Nadya Essam awarded PhD for research on effect of paramedic use of National Early Warning Scores

Nadya Essam, PhD student at CaHRU, was awarded her PhD at the recent College of Social Science graduation which took place at the magnificent Lincoln Cathedral. She successfully defended her thesis titled: ‘To convey, or not convey …? The effect Continue reading Nadya Essam awarded PhD for research on effect of paramedic use of National Early Warning Scores

Viet-Hai Phung presents at Emergency Medicine Congress, Lisbon

Viet-Hai Phung presented his work on the perceptions and experiences of Community First Responders (CFRs) in Lincolnshire at the recent Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress (MEMC). The Congress, organised by the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM), took place in the Continue reading Viet-Hai Phung presents at Emergency Medicine Congress, Lisbon

Rapid review published on effectiveness of different models of delivering urgent care

The NIHR commissioned rapid evidence review to assess the nature and quality of the existing evidence on delivery of emergency and urgent care services and to identify gaps for future research was published last week: Phung V-H (2015) Chapter 6 – Continue reading Rapid review published on effectiveness of different models of delivering urgent care

CaHRU to contribute to Institute for Healthcare Improvement Web and Action on Improving Prehospital Emergency Care

Professor Niro Siriwardena will join Dave Williams and EMS leaders from the United States and abroad, conducting pioneering work in the field of prehospital quality improvement, for an Institute for Healthcare Improvement Web and Action on Improving Prehospital Emergency Care Continue reading CaHRU to contribute to Institute for Healthcare Improvement Web and Action on Improving Prehospital Emergency Care

Three minutes to present two years’ work on prehospital care for ethnic minorities at European Congress on Emergency Medicine, Amsterdam 2014

It was a pleasure to attend the European Congress on Emergency Medicine in the beautiful environs of Westerpark, Amsterdam from Sunday 28th September – Wednesday 1st October. I had been invited to give a three-minute presentation on the systematic review Continue reading Three minutes to present two years’ work on prehospital care for ethnic minorities at European Congress on Emergency Medicine, Amsterdam 2014