Prehospital Research Methods and Practice edited by Prof Niro Siriwardena and Dr Greg Whitley

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

Improvement science and research methods seminar by Kim Kirby: Conversation analysis

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 by Kim Kirby: Conversation analysis

Perceptions and Experiences of Medical Student First Responders: Qualitative Interview Study invitation to participate

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 – interview study

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?

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?