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Learning Disability Liaising Nursing Services in South East Scotland: A mixed methods impact and outcome research study
To explore and identify the impact of Learning Disability Liaison Nursing (LDLN) Services in NHS Lothian, Forth Valley, Borders and Fife on the healthcare experiences of people with a learning disability attending for ...
Work-life balance across the lifecourse
In Summer 2004, CRFR held an international conference to explore work-life balance across the lifecourse. This briefing outlines some of the main issues from the conference, explores what we might learn from international ...
Childbearing on hold: delayed childbearing and childlessness in Britain
Described as ‘one of the most remarkable changes in social behaviour in the twentieth century1, declining fertility is related to wider changes in families and relationships occurring in recent decades such as later marriage, ...
Life in low income families in Scotland: research report
(Scottish Government, 2003-09)
Living on a low income is a problem that the Scottish Executive and UK Parliament want to tackle. Previous work has focused on measuring the number of people living on a low income. This research was commissioned to ...
A Gender Audit of Statistics: Comparing the Position of Women and men in Scotland
(Scottish Goverment, 2007-03)
Independent research was commissioned by the Scottish Executive to provide a review of statistics on gender differences and inequalities in Scotland across a range of key areas of social and economic life: demographic ...
Family formation and dissolution: trends and attitudes among the Scottish population
(Scottish Government, 2004-03)
This Research Finding draws together existing Scottish data on trends in family formation and dissolution. This includes data on marriage and divorce from the General Register Office for Scotland (GROS), Scottish censuses ...
Parents teenagers and family life: a qualitative investigation
Divorce is not only a social and legal institution that is the legal dissolution of a legal marriage, but is also a major life transition, with often negative emotional, social and practical consequences for many of the ...
Solo-Living in Scotland: Trends and issues
This first Research Briefing focuses on solo-living - that is the increasing trend towards one person households, and the personal and social implications of this trend for those at different stages of the lifecourse.
Divorce in Scotland
This briefing explored divorce in Scotland, setting it in its historical context, and examining recent trends.
Review of Research on Vulnerable Young people and Their Transitions to Independent Living
(Scottish Government, 2007-08)
A research review focusing on young people who have been looked after at home and those who have been looked after and accommodated by Local Authorities.