CaHRU’s Despina Laparidou wins prize at 999 EMS Research Forum conference

Members from the Community and Health Research Unit provided elevator and poster presentations at this year’s 999 EMS Research Foum Conference online, ‘All in this together: collaboration in emergency prehospital care research’. Highlights from the CaHRU team included a rapid Continue reading CaHRU’s Despina Laparidou wins prize at 999 EMS Research Forum conference

CaHRU Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar by Dr Zahid Asghar: Mathematical modelling of epidemics

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The March improvement science and research methods seminar, Using Track and Trace data to model the early phase of Covid-19 Epidemic in Lincolnshire. Empirical evidence for the rule of six, was given by Dr Zahid Asghar on 23rd March. Dr Continue reading CaHRU Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar by Dr Zahid Asghar: Mathematical modelling of epidemics

Centre for Computational Physics Seminar: Mathematic Modelling and Statistics in Medicine given by Dr Zahid Asghar

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On 12th January, Dr Zahid Asghar gave a presentation for the Centre for Computational Physics at the University of Lincoln. Dr Asghar gave examples of deterministic and stochastics models used in infectious disease epidemiology. He looked at the way these Continue reading Centre for Computational Physics Seminar: Mathematic Modelling and Statistics in Medicine given by Dr Zahid Asghar

Dr Harriet Moore leading research on mental health and emergencies during COVID-19

Ambulance records indicate severe health conditions that have escalated resulting in acute symptoms, often requiring urgent medical attention. During the COVID-19 pandemic our research team, led by Dr Harriet Moore from School of Geography with CaHRU and the Lincoln Institute Continue reading Dr Harriet Moore leading research on mental health and emergencies during COVID-19

CaHRU partners NIHR funded LISTEN study: Long Covid Personalised Self-managemenT support- co-design and EvaluatioN

The latest study to be announced involving CaHRU is the Long Covid Personalised Self-managemenT support- co-design and EvaluatioN (LISTEN) project, with funding of over £1 million from the NIHR Long Covid programme. The team, led by Prof Fiona Jones (Kingston Continue reading CaHRU partners NIHR funded LISTEN study: Long Covid Personalised Self-managemenT support- co-design and EvaluatioN