Prehospital Research Methods and Practice edited by Prof Niro Siriwardena and Dr Greg Whitley

This month sees the publication of a major new textbook from Class Publishing, ‘Prehospital Research Methods and Practice’, edited and co-authored by members of CaHRU together with an international line-up of eminent experts in the field of prehospital research from Continue reading Prehospital Research Methods and Practice edited by Prof Niro Siriwardena and Dr Greg Whitley

CaHRU’s Despina Laparidou wins prize at 999 EMS Research Forum conference

Members from the Community and Health Research Unit provided elevator and poster presentations at this year’s 999 EMS Research Foum Conference online, ‘All in this together: collaboration in emergency prehospital care research’. Highlights from the CaHRU team included a rapid Continue reading CaHRU’s Despina Laparidou wins prize at 999 EMS Research Forum conference

CaHRU Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar by Dr Harriet Moore: Novel use of ambulance data to identify vulnerable communities in the pandemic

The February 2022 CaHRU Improvement Science and Research Method seminar was presented by Dr Harriet Moore on ‘Novel use of ambulance data to identify vulnerable communities in the early days of new pandemic’. Dr Moore is an interdisciplinary researcher and Continue reading CaHRU Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar by Dr Harriet Moore: Novel use of ambulance data to identify vulnerable communities in the pandemic

Dr Harriet Moore leading research on mental health and emergencies during COVID-19

Ambulance records indicate severe health conditions that have escalated resulting in acute symptoms, often requiring urgent medical attention. During the COVID-19 pandemic our research team, led by Dr Harriet Moore from School of Geography with CaHRU and the Lincoln Institute Continue reading Dr Harriet Moore leading research on mental health and emergencies during COVID-19