What do we mean by originality, rigour and significance and how would we score outputs across the range 1* to 4* (Research Excellence Framework, 2014)? Take an active role in identifying these dimensions of assessing outputs. Professor Linda McKie will … read more

Monday 6 June 13.00 – 16.00
Godfrey Thomson Hall, The University of Edinburgh

Psychiatry is hugely important to mental health research and practice, but it is not the only component. Researchers from, for example, the social sciences, humanities, and service-user … read more

With input from CRFR’s Claire Houghton and the young experts of the IMPACT project, an updated version of Equally Safe, Scotland’s strategy to end violence against women and girls strategy has just been published.

Read the report at:

http://blogs.scotland.gov.uk/equally-safe/files/2016/03/Equally-Safe-updated-version-published-23-March-2016.pdfread more

Maximising the impact from research is now a requirement of most research funders. But how do we plan, engage and monitor our knowledge exchange and collaboration activities to ensure we create impact, and can demonstrate this?

This one day training … read more

The Athena Swan charter now recognises work undertaken to address gender equality more broadly and not just barriers that affect women.
This meeting seeks to encourage advancement of gender equality, representation, progression and success for all. Individuals at all career … read more

Book now for CRFR’s international conference 2016 ‘Unequal Families and Relationships’. Early bird rates are only available until 31 March 2016, with subsidised places for PhD students and voluntary organisations (one place per organisation).

For further details go to:

www.crfr.ac.uk/international-conference-2016/read more

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