Using ambulance data for evaluating implementation and improvement

Members of CaHRU, led by Prof Niro Siriwardena, have recently started a new programme of collaborative research with East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust using ambulance data. The 3-year programme is part of the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East Midlands Continue reading Using ambulance data for evaluating implementation and improvement

Primary care for insomnia – past, present and future

Insomnia graphic

Prof Niro Siriwardena was invited and presented a seminar on CaHRU’s work on management of insomnia in primary care at a recent seminar at King’s College London this Spring on 29 April 2020, hosted by the Department of Population Health Continue reading Primary care for insomnia – past, present and future

CaHRU and COVID-19

The CaHRU team have been responding to COVID-19 with a series of new studies and proposals seeking to further our understanding and improve our response to the pandemic. The first two studies in progress focus on the ambulance and Emergency Continue reading CaHRU and COVID-19

Improving healthcare commissioning for probation: mapping the landscape

The Improving Healthcare Commissioning for Probation: Mapping the Landscape project was funded by the NIHR and examined: • How healthcare is provided for people under probation supervision in the community • What research tells us about good practice for improving Continue reading Improving healthcare commissioning for probation: mapping the landscape