New ESRC study on impact of COVID-19 on probation’s work to improve health of people under supervision

The latest research funding for CaHRU was awarded to Dr Coral Sirdifield and her team, for a study titled, ‘Understanding and learning from the impact of COVID-19 on probation’s work to improve the health of people under its supervision‘. The Continue reading New ESRC study on impact of COVID-19 on probation’s work to improve health of people under supervision

Improvement science and research methods seminar November 2020: Complex intervention trials and studies

The November Community and Health Research Unit seminar, ‘Complex intervention trials and studies‘ was given by Drs Julie Pattinson and Elise Rowan. Julie is a postdoctoral research assistant in CaHRU with expertise in quantitative and qualitative methodologies, specifically grounded theory Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar November 2020: Complex intervention trials and studies

Dr Nimali Wijegoonewardene joins CaHRU from Postgraduate Institute of Medicine, University of Colombo

Dr. Nimali Wijegoonewardene joined the Community and Health Research Unit in October 2020 as an International Research Fellow, from the Postgraduate Institute of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. She graduated as a medical doctor from the Faculty of Medicine, Continue reading Dr Nimali Wijegoonewardene joins CaHRU from Postgraduate Institute of Medicine, University of Colombo

Dr Colin Ridyard joins CaHRU as a health economist and econometrist

Having joined CaHRU this October 2020 as a Post-doctoral Research Associate in Health Economics and Econometrics, Colin will be working on national NIHR funded studies of Community First Responders and studies using ambulance data investigating implementation and improvement as part Continue reading Dr Colin Ridyard joins CaHRU as a health economist and econometrist

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