CaHRU seminar series: Use of spatial epidemiological methods to enhance understanding of epidemics

The latest CaHRU Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar was given online on June 2nd 2020 by Professor Frank Tanser, global professor in rural health and social care and director of the Lincoln International Institute for Rural Health. He is Continue reading CaHRU seminar series: Use of spatial epidemiological methods to enhance understanding of epidemics

CaHRU Newsletter (Spring 2020)

The latest edition of the CaHRU Newsletter (Spring 2020) was published in June 2020. The newsletter presents the work of the research centre over the past three months and includes articles from the CaHRU blog covering publications, conferences and funding. Continue reading CaHRU Newsletter (Spring 2020)

Primary care for insomnia – past, present and future

Insomnia graphic

Prof Niro Siriwardena was invited and presented a seminar on CaHRU’s work on management of insomnia in primary care at a recent seminar at King’s College London this Spring on 29 April 2020, hosted by the Department of Population Health Continue reading Primary care for insomnia – past, present and future

CaHRU present at 999 EMS Research Forum conference in Brighton 2020

This year’s EMS 999 Research Forum took place at the Hilton Metropole Hotel in Brighton on 3-4 March 2020. CaHRU was represented there by Viet-Hai Phung and Professor Niro Siriwardena. On the first afternoon, Viet-Hai attended a workshop on using Continue reading CaHRU present at 999 EMS Research Forum conference in Brighton 2020

Improvement science and research methods seminar: Cultural proficiency from research to care

Prof Mark Gussy, Global Professor of Rural Health and Care at the University of Lincoln’s new International Institute for Rural Health, gave the February 2020 CaHRU and Institute Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar, titled ‘Cultural proficiency from research to Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar: Cultural proficiency from research to care