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Facilitating carers' mind-mindedness through education and early intervention

Professor Elizabeth Meins | Developmental psychology | 28 January 2014

This professorial fellowship focuses on extending the real-world impact of the academic literature on caregivers' ‘mind-mindedness’ - the ability to 'tune in' to what a young child may be thinking or feeling. Previous research has demonst ...

Life study: phase 1

Professor Carol Dezateux | Demography (General) | 01 January 2014

The life study is designed to investigate influences operating in early life, which have implications for the health, well-being and development of children and the adults they will become. The life study will develop a rich resource of longitudinal ...

Collecting new time use resources (cntur)

Professor Jonathan Gershuny | Economic Sociology | 01 January 2014

This consists of a package of research and research-resource provision activities, comprising: a new uk national time diary study using the conventional methods proposed in the eurostat harmonised european time use study (hetus) guidelines for time ...

Administrative data research centre - scotland

Dr Christopher Dibben | 01 November 2013

The administrative data research centre (adrc) - scotland aims to make research and make available de-identified administrative data to the research community. The adrc will have a core service that will: provide state-of-the-art facilities for rese ...

Teenagers in foster care: the critical role of carers and other adults

Professor Judy Sebba | 06 October 2013

Teenagers in foster care: the critical role of carers and other adults is a seminar series involving the university of oxford (rees centre for research in fostering and education, department of social policy and intervention), institute of applied so ...

Administrative data service

Ms Melanie Wright | 01 October 2013

Access to administrative data for research is a positive public good. The ability to use these records - collected in the course of business by governmental and other bodies - and to link them can greatly enhance the ability to do the research modern ...

Designing healthy homes

Dr Ian James Ewart | Social Anthropology | 01 October 2013

A key ambition to relieve current pressures on the health service is the development of home-based healthcare in a practical and socially acceptable way. However, this has placed undue emphasis on the home as a place of sickness and care, ignoring th ...

Determinants of health care decisions: children's health in mali

Dr Mark Dean | Social Policy | 01 October 2013

This project conducts a randomized controlled trial of two health care policies in a peri-urban region of bamako, mali: the provision of free primary care, and regular visits from health workers who teach mothers good practices and accompany children ...

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