Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar by Despina Laparidou: Qualitative systematic reviews

On 24th May Despina Laparidou gave the latest CaHRU seminar on the topic of qualitative systematic reviews. Despina has been a health services researcher at CaHRU since 2014 where she leads the systematic review programme. Despina gave a brief introduction Continue reading Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar by Despina Laparidou: Qualitative systematic reviews

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 Zahid Asghar: Mathematical modelling of epidemics

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The March improvement science and research methods seminar, Using Track and Trace data to model the early phase of Covid-19 Epidemic in Lincolnshire. Empirical evidence for the rule of six, was given by Dr Zahid Asghar on 23rd March. Dr Continue reading CaHRU Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar by Dr Zahid Asghar: Mathematical modelling of epidemics

Improvement science and research methods seminar by Kim Kirby: Conversation analysis

On 26th April, Kim Kirby, a clinical academic paramedic at South Western Ambulance Service and PhD candidate at University of the West of England gave the CaHRU research seminar.  Kim is funded on a National Institute for Health Research Clinical Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar by Kim Kirby: Conversation analysis

Community and Health Research Unit Newsletter Winter 2021/22

The latest edition of the CaHRU Newsletter (Winter 2021/22) was published in March 2022. 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 Community and Health Research Unit Newsletter Winter 2021/22