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OVERVIEW:

Applying Relationships Science to Contemporary Interventions was a collaborative project (2014-2017) between the University of Sheffield, the University of East Anglia, the University of Southampton, the University of Sussex, and the University of Bristol, funded by the ESRC (grant number ES/L001365/1).

The three-year collaborative programme was designed to facilitate dialogue between key stakeholders. Our events were free to attend, and were open to academics, industry, third sector, and charitable organisations with an interest in applying relationships science to interventions that utilise technological advances for improved health and wellbeing. 

APPLICANTS:

PI: Dr Abigail Millings, University of Sheffield

Co-I: Dr Judi Walsh, University of East Anglia (Contact for questions or queries about the series)

Co-I: Dr Kathy Carnelley, University of Southampton   

Co-I: Dr Kate Cavanagh, University of Sussex

Co-I: Dr Angela Rowe, University of Bristol 

 

UKAN:

This seminar series grew from an existing group of relationships researchers – the UK Attachment Network (UKAN). UKAN has been meeting twice a year since 2008, to share new findings, new ideas, and to collaborate. To learn more about UKAN, have a look at the website