Improvement science and research methods seminar September 2020: Reflections upon incorporating a realist evaluation within a clinical trial

The latest in the CaHRU seminar series was given on 30 September 2020 by Dr Paul Leighton, Associate Professor of Applied Health Services Research at the University of Nottingham and Senior Visiting Fellow at the University of Lincoln where he Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar September 2020: Reflections upon incorporating a realist evaluation within a clinical trial

CaHRU Newsletter (Summer 2020)

The latest edition of the CaHRU Newsletter (Summer 2020) was published in September 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 (Summer 2020)

Maximising positive mental health outcomes for people under probation supervision

Dr Coral Sirdifield (CaHRU, University of Lincoln), and Professor Charlie Brooker (Royal Holloway, University of London) have produced an Academic Insights report for Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation, which was published on the 13th of August 2020. The report provides Continue reading Maximising positive mental health outcomes for people under probation supervision

Doctoral studies at CaHRU

CaHRU supports a number of PhD and MSc students, some funded by external grants, others through university studentships and also a number of self-funded doctoral studies. Greg Whitley is a paramedic, supported by a studentship from the NIHR Applied Research Continue reading Doctoral studies at CaHRU

Effective management of acute pain in children by Emergency Medical Services

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The latest in a series of articles from Greg Whitley’s doctoral studies was published in August 2020 in the Journal of Child Health, ‘The predictors, barriers and facilitators to effective management of acute pain in children by emergency medical services: Continue reading Effective management of acute pain in children by Emergency Medical Services