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/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar April 2019: Process evaluation in complex intervention trials

Julie Pattinson

The Community and Health Research Unit (CaHRU) and Lincoln Institute for Health (LIH) Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar on April 10th 2019 was given by Dr Julie Pattinson, research assistant in CaHRU. Julie’s talk, entitled ‘Exploring primary care nurse-administered Continue reading CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar April 2019: Process evaluation in complex intervention trials

Patients and health professionals join research team to hear about early CHROMED study findings

Chromed Event team photo

Research participants along with their spouse or carer, and health professionals who took part in the CHROMED trial were invited to a feedback session on Wednesday 23rd March at the Petwood Hotel in Woodhall Spa to mark the end of Continue reading Patients and health professionals join research team to hear about early CHROMED study findings

CaHRU team attends CHROMED European trial meeting in Uppsala, Sweden

Group Photo

Dr Jo Middlemass, trial nurse, and Prof Niro Siriwardena who are members of the Clinical Trials for Elderly Patients with Multiple Diseases (CHROMED) (Funding by the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme) attended the final investigator team meeting in Uppsala earlier Continue reading CaHRU team attends CHROMED European trial meeting in Uppsala, Sweden

Study on service user involvement in a prehospital clinical trial of falls published in Trials

EMAS paramedics

One of the few studies of service user involvement in a clinical trials was published this month in the journal Trials: ‘Involving older people in a multi-centre randomised trial of a complex intervention in pre-hospital emergency care: implementation of a Continue reading Study on service user involvement in a prehospital clinical trial of falls published in Trials