Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar on “The use of simulation-based methodology in experimental studies” given by Kacper Sumera

The Community and Health Research Unit Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar held on 14th July was delivered by Kacper Sumera. Kacper is the Deputy Head of Education at East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust. He is an experienced paramedic, educator, senior manager at East Midlands Ambulance Service and chair at the European Pre-hospital Research Network.

Kacper gave a talk on the use of simulation-based research methodology in experimental studies using as an example a recently conducted trial into the effectiveness of an intervention aiming to improve out-of-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation performance in collaboration with CaHRU.

If you would like to attend future seminars, the next series will begin in September. Please email Sue Bowler to be included in emails and to be sent the link to join.  sbowler@lincoln.ac.uk

If you would like to view the recording of the seminar, please click on the link below.

Research Seminar_ The use of simulation-based research methodology in experimental studies-20220714_110032-Meeting Recording.mp4

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