This month, April 2022, sees the publication of a major new textbook from Class Publishing, ‘Prehospital Research Methods and Practice’, edited and co-authored by members of CaHRU together with an international line-up of eminent experts in the field of prehospital Continue reading Prehospital Research Methods and Practice edited by Prof Niro Siriwardena and Dr Greg Whitley
On 26th April, Kim Kirby, a clinical academic paramedic at South Western Ambulance Service and PhD candidate at University of the West of England gave the CaHRU research seminar. Kim is funded on a National Institute for Health Research Clinical Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar April 2022: Kim Kirby on Conversation analysis
Would you like to take part in a study to explore Medical Student First Responder schemes? Are you/ have you been a Medical Student First Responder (MSFR)? Are you currently studying medicine at one of the following Universities? Oxford, Buckingham, Continue reading Perceptions and Experiences of Medical Student First Responders: Qualitative Interview Study invitation to participate
Community First Responders’ role in current and future Rural Health • Are you an adult or the relative of an adult who has needed to call an ambulance and has received care from a Community First Responder in the last Continue reading Community First Responders’ role in current and future rural health – interview study
Has a child you care for been in an ambulance with a painful condition? If so we would really like to hear from you. We are designing a research project that aims to improve pain management in children and young Continue reading Has a child you care for been in an ambulance with a painful condition?