Greg Whitley awarded NIHR/Health Education England integrated clinical academic post-doctoral bridging fellowship

On the 23rd March 2021 I was lucky to celebrate two achievements simultaneously; passing my PhD viva and being awarded a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) / Health Education England (HEE) Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) Post-Doctoral Bridging Fellowship. I Continue reading Greg Whitley awarded NIHR/Health Education England integrated clinical academic post-doctoral bridging fellowship

Improvement science and research methods seminar March 2021: Analysis of repeated measures and longitudinal data in health research

Dr Murray Smith

The March 2021 Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar from CaHRU was presented by Dr Murray Smith, senior research fellow in econometrics and health economics at CaHRU, on ‘Analysis of repeated measures and longitudinal data in health research’. The seminar Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar March 2021: Analysis of repeated measures and longitudinal data in health research

Professor Graham Law joins international panel discussing ‘international perspectives on EMS and COVID-19’ at 999 EMS Forum conference

Graham Law

Professor Graham Law of CaHRU was part of a stellar line up with Professor Gina Agarwal (Professor of Family Medicine, McMaster University, Canada), Dr Michael Redlener (Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai, New York, Continue reading Professor Graham Law joins international panel discussing ‘international perspectives on EMS and COVID-19’ at 999 EMS Forum conference

Despina Laparidou presents ‘Perceptions and experiences of residents and relatives of emergencies in care homes’ study at 999 EMS Forum conference

Despina Laparidou, research assistant at CaHRU, presented her study, ‘Perceptions and experiences of residents and relatives of emergencies in care homes: systematic review and meta-synthesis‘ online at the 999 EMS Research Forum Conference 2021, ‘Research in prehospital care: Past, pandemic, Continue reading Despina Laparidou presents ‘Perceptions and experiences of residents and relatives of emergencies in care homes’ study at 999 EMS Forum conference

Dr Vanessa Botan wins highest quality research prize at 999 EMS Forum conference for ‘Ambulance hypos can strike twice’ study

Dr Vanessa Botan, research associate in statistics at CaHRU, gave an oral presentation of the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East Midlands funded study, on ‘The effects of a leaflet-based intervention, ‘Hypos can strike twice’, on recurrent hypoglycaemic attendances by ambulance Continue reading Dr Vanessa Botan wins highest quality research prize at 999 EMS Forum conference for ‘Ambulance hypos can strike twice’ study