Communicating cancer risk in primary care

The latest study from CaHRU was published in Health Expectations titled, ‘Communicating cancer risk in the primary care consultation when using a cancer risk assessment tool: Qualitative study with service users and practitioners’. The study was led by Dr Joseph Continue reading Communicating cancer risk in primary care

CaHRU Newsletter (Autumn 2019)

The latest edition of the CaHRU Newsletter (Autumn 2019) was published in December 2019. The newsletter presents the work of the research centre over the past three months and includes articles from the CaHRU blog covering publications, conferences and funding. Continue reading CaHRU Newsletter (Autumn 2019)

Dyslexia associated with reduced pass rates in MRCGP Clinical Skills Exam but not Applied Knowledge Test

A recent study from a team at CaHRU and the RCGP, published in Medical Education, ‘Performance in candidates declaring vs not declaring dyslexia in a licensing clinical exam’ showed that trainee doctors with dyslexia were less likely to pass the Continue reading Dyslexia associated with reduced pass rates in MRCGP Clinical Skills Exam but not Applied Knowledge Test

CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar: Researching rare diseases

The December 2019 CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar was given by Despina Laparidou, Dr Joseph Akanuwe and Prof Niro Siriwardena of CaHRU on researching rare diseases. A rare disease is defined as a life-threatening or chronically debilitating disease Continue reading CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar: Researching rare diseases

Symbiotic relationships to improve the healthcare system in Lincolnshire

A meeting to discuss ‘Symbiotic relationships to improve the healthcare system in Lincolnshire’ was hosted by NHS England and included representatives from the University of Lincoln (including CaHRU, the Lincoln Institute for Health and the Lincoln Medical School) and Lincolnshire Continue reading Symbiotic relationships to improve the healthcare system in Lincolnshire