Evidence bank

The Centre for Research on Families and Relationships has secured funding to carry out a feasibility study to develop the Evidence Bank model, in partnership with the Scottish Government, Parenting Across Scotland, West Lothian Council and Children in Scotland.  The study will start in July 2013.


Our Evidence Bank provides brief reviews of existing research on parenting and disability issues.

Evidence Response reports

  • are focussed, clear and concise evidence reviews
  • respond directly to service related questions
  • contain relevant and reliable evidence
  • are independent appraisals of existing research
  • provide signposting to relvant information sources

Evidence Response reports

All Evidence Responses are free to download.
Before doing this please take a moment to help understand how our reports might inform your work by filling in this form.

Extended adolescence
Supporting fathers
Supporting new parents
Kinship care factsheet
Systemic therapy
Relationships Counselling

Evidence Responses have been peer reviewed by:
Siobhan Canavan and Bob Goupillot
Counselling and Psychotherapy
School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh

Professor Sarah Cunningham-Burley
Professor of Medical and Family Sociology
Centre for Population Health Sciences, University of Edinburgh 

Professor Lynn Jamieson
Professor of Sociology
School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh 

Dr Autumn Roesch-Marsh
School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh

Clare Simpson
Project Manager,
Parenting across Scotland

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