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CAHRUCAHRU Briefing Papers

Research underpins and informs anti-bullying work in schools but its value is diminished if research findings are not accessible to, and discussed by, those people who are responsible for tackling bullying in school and the wider community.The HBSC Briefing Papers about bullying published by Edinburgh University's Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU) have been distributed to all Scottish schools and are available to download here.

We have made available below two supplementary briefing papers.

The supplement to Briefing Paper 9 is intended to be used by adults in schools (i.e. teachers, non-teaching staff, parents, psychologists, health educators, police officers etc). The supplement to Briefing Paper 10 is intended to be used in workshops for parents.

Both supplements should be used as tools to encourage parents and adult members of school communities (including teachers) to engage with the findings of the research, and then to reflect on anti-bullying work in their own schools and settings.

So what do you think? - About young people who are involved in bullying
A discussion paper to accompany CAHRU Briefing Paper 9 - social context of bullying behaviours
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So what do you think? - About bullying and health
A discussion paper to accompany CAHRU Briefing Paper 10 - bullying: health, well-being and risk behaviour
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