Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar given by Professor Graham Law: The design of clinical trials: what do the names mean?

On 22nd November 2023 Professor Graham Law gave the November Seminar entitled: The design of Clinical Trials: What do the names mean? If you missed Graham’s talk, the link to the recording is below. You may have heard that Clinical Continue reading Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar given by Professor Graham Law: The design of clinical trials: what do the names mean?

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?

CaHRU study on the effect of specific learning difficulties on general practice written and clinical assessments highly commended in RCGP Research Paper of the Year awards 2023

A study on, ‘The effect of specific learning difficulties on general practice written and clinical assessments‘ published in the journal Medical Education was highly commended in the RCGP Research Paper of the Year awards this year for papers published in Continue reading CaHRU study on the effect of specific learning difficulties on general practice written and clinical assessments highly commended in RCGP Research Paper of the Year awards 2023

Community and Health Research Unit Newsletter – Summer 2023

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The latest edition of the CaHRU Newsletter (Summer 2023) is now available. The newsletter presents the work of the research centre over the last three months and includes articles from the CaHRU blog covering publications, conferences and funding. The newsletter Continue reading Community and Health Research Unit Newsletter – Summer 2023

Barcelona EUSEM presentations given by Lincoln Medical School students Jade Livingstone and Jasmine Kirk

CaHRU staff supervised two University of Nottingham Lincoln Medical School students, Jade Livingstone and Jasmine Kirk, to successfully complete their BMedSci research projects. Over the past year, CaHRU, Jade and Jasmine have collaborated with Lincolnshire Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance (LNAA) to Continue reading Barcelona EUSEM presentations given by Lincoln Medical School students Jade Livingstone and Jasmine Kirk