College of Social Science Showcase Summer 2019

The College of Social Science research showcase this summer was held at the Stephen Langton Building at the Brayford Campus on 10 July 2019 and featured a broad range of research under the umbrella of ‘Applying Social Science at a Continue reading College of Social Science Showcase Summer 2019

Community and Health Research Unit & NHS Health Research Forum, June 2017

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The latest CaHRU/NHS Research Forum took place on 7th June 2017 at the University of Lincoln. The Research Forum, which takes place three times a year, is an opportunity for colleagues to showcase their research particularly focussing on studies conducted Continue reading Community and Health Research Unit & NHS Health Research Forum, June 2017

CaHRU seminar – Incorporating ethical considerations in research – Dr Stephanie Armstrong

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The latest CaHRU Implementation Science and Research Methods seminar was given on November 22nd 2016 by CaHRU’s very own Dr Stephanie Armstrong. Stephanie, currently a Lecturer in Healthcare Quality Improvement at the University of Lincoln, comes from a diverse background, Continue reading CaHRU seminar – Incorporating ethical considerations in research – Dr Stephanie Armstrong

CaHRU Research Forum November 2016

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CaHRU, in conjunction with NHS partners including East Midlands Ambulance Service and Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trusts, held its latest Research Forum of 2016 on 16th November. The forum followed its usual two-hour format with three speakers giving detailed Continue reading CaHRU Research Forum November 2016

Dr Stephanie Armstrong joins CAHRU’s NEAT project team

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Dr Stephanie Armstrong joined CaHRU this month to work on the Wellcome Trust funded ‘Network exploring Ethics in Ambulance Trials (NEAT)’ project. She says, “I come to Community and Health Research Unit from a rather diverse background having begun my Continue reading Dr Stephanie Armstrong joins CAHRU’s NEAT project team