Improvement science and research methods seminar December 2020: Interrupted time series, COVID lockdown and ambulance data

In the December Improvement science and research methods seminar, Professor Graham Law discussed ‘Interrupted time series, COVID lockdown and ambulance data’. Graham Law is a Professor in Medical Statistics in the College of Social Science and a senior member of Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar December 2020: Interrupted time series, COVID lockdown and ambulance data

New ESRC study on impact of COVID-19 on probation’s work to improve health of people under supervision

The latest research funding for CaHRU was awarded to Dr Coral Sirdifield and her team, for a study titled, ‘Understanding and learning from the impact of COVID-19 on probation’s work to improve the health of people under its supervision‘. The Continue reading New ESRC study on impact of COVID-19 on probation’s work to improve health of people under supervision

CaHRU presents study of prehospital methoxyflurane for acute pain in trauma in adults at 4th annual UK College of Paramedics conference

Prof Niro Siriwardena presented CaHRU’s latest study on ‘Clinical effectiveness and costs of prehospital inhaled methoxyflurane for acute pain in trauma in adults: non-randomised control group study’ from Dr Murray D Smith who led the analysis, with Dr Elise Rowan Continue reading CaHRU presents study of prehospital methoxyflurane for acute pain in trauma in adults at 4th annual UK College of Paramedics conference

CaHRU/MRCGP study wins national award RCGP Research Paper of the Year in Medical Education

  A study led by Dr Julie Pattinson and Prof Niro Siriwardena in collaboration with MRCGP examinations (Dr Carol Blow) and the Lincolnshire GP Speciality Training Programme (Dr Bijoy Sinha) was awarded RCGP Research Paper of the Year (RPY) for Continue reading CaHRU/MRCGP study wins national award RCGP Research Paper of the Year in Medical Education

Improvement science and research methods seminar October 2020: Using consensus research methods with multi-stakeholder groups

CaHRU’s October 2020 Improvement science and research methods seminar, ‘Using consensus research methods with multi-stakeholder groups: does one size fit all?‘ was given by Joanne Coster, Research Fellow, School of Health and Related Research and Deputy Director at the Centre Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar October 2020: Using consensus research methods with multi-stakeholder groups