Improvement science and research methods seminar January 2021: Reflections on stepped-wedge trials

The first Improvement science and research methods seminar in 2021, featured Dr Vanessa Botan who presented her ‘Reflections on stepped-wedge trials: rationale, design, and analysis‘. Vanessa is a postdoctoral research associate in medical statistics, working on two major NIHR funded Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar January 2021: Reflections on stepped-wedge trials

Improvement science and research methods seminar December 2020: Interrupted time series, COVID lockdown and ambulance data

In the December Improvement science and research methods seminar, Professor Graham Law discussed ‘Interrupted time series, COVID lockdown and ambulance data’. Graham Law is a Professor in Medical Statistics in the College of Social Science and a senior member of Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar December 2020: Interrupted time series, COVID lockdown and ambulance data

CaHRU and COVID-19

The CaHRU team have been responding to COVID-19 with a series of new studies and proposals seeking to further our understanding and improve our response to the pandemic. The first two studies in progress focus on the ambulance and Emergency Continue reading CaHRU and COVID-19

New NIHR study begins exploring Community First Responders’ role in rural healthcare workforce

Emas paramedics

Members of CaHRU have started this February 2020 a major NIHR-funded study on Community First Responders (CFRs) which aims to understand their role in the current and future rural healthcare workforce. CFRs are members of the public who have received Continue reading New NIHR study begins exploring Community First Responders’ role in rural healthcare workforce

Farewell to international visiting fellow Dr Nadeeka Chandraratne

nadeeka presentation

Members of the CaHRU team had the opportunity to hear firsthand the experiences and achievements of one of our first international visiting fellows from the University of Colombo during her time at the University of Lincoln, and before she travels Continue reading Farewell to international visiting fellow Dr Nadeeka Chandraratne