CaHRU presents at British Sleep Society webinar series 2024

Prof Niro Siriwardena was invited to present at the latest British Sleep Society (BSS) webinar on, ‘I can’t get to sleep doctor’: sleep in primary care’. Niro presented on ‘Improving primary care for insomnia’ with co-presenter Dr Zoe Schaedel who Continue reading CaHRU presents at British Sleep Society webinar series 2024

Policy engagement informing the current and future role of Community First Responders’ in the United Kingdom

CFR Policy Workshop

In 2023 we completed a Lincoln Policy Hub -funded policy engagement and knowledge translation activity for future Community First Responder (CFR) schemes in England and beyond. We aimed to disseminate evidence,  inform policy decisions, and promote change through this project. https://policyhub.lincoln.ac.uk/policy-engagement-towards-informing-the-current-and-future-role-of-community-first-responders-in-the-united-kingdom/ Continue reading Policy engagement informing the current and future role of Community First Responders’ in the United Kingdom

Improvement science and research methods seminar: Economic evaluation alongside clinical trials

Dr Shihua Zhu

On 20th February, Dr Shihua Zhu gave a Seminar entitled: Economic evaluation alongside clinical trials. Dr Zhu described an economic evaluation conducted alongside a clinical trial. An economic evaluation is widely used in a clinical trials to investigate the cost Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar: Economic evaluation alongside clinical trials

Seminar: Research ethics, University research processes and HRA

On 16th January 2024, Dr Stephanie Armstrong gave a seminar on research ethics, university processes and HRA. Steph is an Associate Professor in College of Social Science with responsibility for Allied Health Professions pre-registration programme and the school lead for Continue reading Seminar: Research ethics, University research processes and HRA

Research methods seminar: Co-production in rehabilitation research: real deal or bad imitation?

On 14th December Professor Fiona Jones gave a seminar entitled: Co-production in rehabilitation research: real deal or bad imitation?  If you missed the seminar, the recording is below. Fiona is a Professor of Rehabilitation Research at St George’s University of Continue reading Research methods seminar: Co-production in rehabilitation research: real deal or bad imitation?