Sharapov, K. (2014). Fact Sheet: Trafficking in human beings and public opinion in Ukraine. Budapest: European Commission & Central European University
No abstract available.
Stavert, J., Egdell, V., Ritchie, L., Danson, M., Cook, M., & Tolson, D. (2018). Employer Responses to Dementia in the Workplace. Scotland: Edinburgh Napier University
The reported study investigated how Scottish-based employers from different sectors respond to staff with dementia. Dementia is, and will increasingly be, a workplace issue as...
Stavert, J. & McKay, C. (2017). Scotland's Mental Health and Capacity Law: A Case for Reform. Edinburgh: Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland
Report of joint Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland and Centre for Mental Health and Capacity Law law reform scoping exercise.
The Scottish Parliament
The Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body is seeking to award a contract for research on behalf of the Justice Committee.
The Family Law (Scotland) Bill (‘the Bill’) is due to be introduced this yea...
Economic and Social Research Council
Integration of health and social care services is happening across the United Kingdom. Integrating services is important as it puts more focus on supporting the lives – not just the health – of indivi...
21 June 2017
21 June 2017
The prevalence of dementia in the UK is increasing with over 800,000 people currently affected. Of this number in excess of 40,000 are aged under 65 years suggesting that a si...
Stavert, J. (2016). Supported Decision-Making: Good Practice Guide. Edinburgh: Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland
Supported decision-making maximizes an individual's ability to ensure that their rights, will and preferences are at the centre of all decisions that concern them...
Sharapov, K. (2015). Understanding Public Knowledge and Attitudes towards Trafficking in Human Beings, Part II. Budapest: European Commission & Central European University
Sharapov, K. (2014). Fact Sheet: Trafficking in Human Beings and Public Opinion in Hungary. Budapest: European Commission & Central European University
Sharapov, K. (2014). Fact Sheet: Trafficking in human beings and public opinion in Great Britain. Budapest: European Commission & Central European University
Sharapov, K. & Mendel, J. (2014). Policy Briefing: Human Trafficking and Online Networks. Budapest: European Commission & Central European University
Sharapov, K. (2014). Understanding Public Knowledge and Attitudes towards TrafÞcking in Human Beings, Part I. Budapest: European Commission & Central European University
Sharapov, K. & Tizard, J. (2011). Getting in, Getting on...in Construction Modern Apprentices in Scotland. Edinburgh: ConstructionSkills
This report describes research supported by ConstructionSkills,
the Scottish Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering
& Technology, Edinburgh Napier University, the E...
Macfarlane, L. (2015, November). Issues of Rights and Capacity: child and adolescent medical decisions. Paper presented at Royal College of Psychiatrists in Scotland, Child and Adolescent Faculty Conference
Macfarlane, L. (2015, July). Serving best interests in Known Biological Father disputes. Paper presented at Convention on the Rights of the Child Implementation Project Colloquium
Article 3 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child provides that in ‘all actions concerning children’ the ‘best interests of the child shall be a primary consideration’...
Macfarlane, L. (2015, March). Children and their capacity in Scots Law: medical decision-making. Paper presented at Centre for Mental Health and Incapacity Law, Rights and Policy Conference
Macfarlane, L. (2014, March). Observations on the operation of Article 6 of the CRC in Scotland. Paper presented at Colloquium on the Rights of the Child
Macfarlane, L. (2009, June). What does 'impracticable' mean in family proceedings involving children?. Paper presented at Research on Children's Views: Centre for Research on Families and Relationships
A consideration of the interpretation by Scottish courts of the possible 'impracticability' of taking the child's views in family court cases.
Edinburgh Napier University Craiglockhart Campus
20 June 2017