Multiple Symptoms Study 3 – developing and testing a complex intervention in primary care

On Wednesday 19th June 2024, Professor Chris Burton will give the next Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar on the topic of complex intervention trials in primary care. Around 2% of adults have multiple persistent physical symptoms (such as pain, Continue reading Multiple Symptoms Study 3 – developing and testing a complex intervention in primary care

NIHR alert for CaHRU study: How do community first responders help in emergencies?

The following NIHR alert was published by NIHR Evidence (Health and Social Care Services Research on 17.05.24 doi: 10.3310/nihrevidence_62850: This study describes the role of community first responders in England: their activities, organisation, cost and impact on care outcomes. It Continue reading NIHR alert for CaHRU study: How do community first responders help in emergencies?

Improvement science and research methods seminars given by Dr Joseph Akanuwe: Recruiting general practitioners (GPs) for Primary Care Research – challenges and strategies

Joseph in Leicester

The latest CaHRU Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar was given by Dr Joseph Akanuwe on 15 May 2024 on “Recruiting general practitioners (GPs) for Primary Care Research – challenges and strategies.” Dr Akanuwe is a postdoctoral research associate at Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminars given by Dr Joseph Akanuwe: Recruiting general practitioners (GPs) for Primary Care Research – challenges and strategies

International Seminar on Serious Mental Illness – International Challenges for Criminal Justice

On the evening of Tuesday 7th of May 2024 the International Network for Criminal Justice (IN-CJ) hosted an international seminar on serious mental illness – international challenges for criminal justice. The seminar was chaired by Dr Coral Sirdifield, Senior Research Continue reading International Seminar on Serious Mental Illness – International Challenges for Criminal Justice

CaHRU awarded NIHR ARC EM grant to evaluate ambulance innovations and mental health pathways in the East Midlands

Prof Niro Siriwardena and Dr Gupteswar Patel from CaHRU successfully secured funding from NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East Midlands for a new study, Evaluating New Ambulance Mental Health Pathways (ENAMHP), to work with mental health care providers, a lived experience Continue reading CaHRU awarded NIHR ARC EM grant to evaluate ambulance innovations and mental health pathways in the East Midlands