Nadya Essam awarded PhD for research on effect of paramedic use of National Early Warning Scores

Nadya Essam, PhD student at CaHRU, was awarded her PhD at the recent College of Social Science graduation which took place at the magnificent Lincoln Cathedral. She successfully defended her thesis titled: ‘To convey, or not convey …? The effect Continue reading Nadya Essam awarded PhD for research on effect of paramedic use of National Early Warning Scores

CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar July 2019: Assessing the applicability and transferability of interventions to alternative settings

The July research seminar from the Community and Health Research Unit and the Lincoln Institute for Health was given by Laura Simmons, PhD student at CaHRU and the LIH. The seminar took place on Tuesday 16th July 2019 at the Continue reading CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar July 2019: Assessing the applicability and transferability of interventions to alternative settings

Dr Elise Rowan joins CaHRU as Clinical Database Manager

Elise joined CaHRU in October 2019 as Clinical Database Manager. Elise aims to use her skills and past experience with data management and clinical research project/surgical trial management to support various on-going and new projects at CaHRU. Elise gained her Continue reading Dr Elise Rowan joins CaHRU as Clinical Database Manager

CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar September 2019: Using documentary analysis to understand self-diagnosis amongst natural philosophers and physicians

The research seminar from the Community and Health Research Unit and the Lincoln Institute for Health was given by Professor Anna Marie Roos, Professor of the History of Science and Medicine from the School of History and Heritage. The seminar Continue reading CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar September 2019: Using documentary analysis to understand self-diagnosis amongst natural philosophers and physicians

‘Saving bones without risking brain’ published in Osteoporosis International

A team from CaHRU, the School of Pharmacy and the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Lincoln in collaboration with the Universities of Surrey and Oxford, have published an observational study investigating potential risks of stroke Continue reading ‘Saving bones without risking brain’ published in Osteoporosis International