Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar July 2021: Dr Fiona Togher on The development of a Patient Reported Experience Measure for use in NHS ambulance services

The latest Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar was given online via Teams on 15 July 2021 by Dr Fiona Togher on the topic of ‘The development of a Patient Reported Experience Measure for use in NHS Ambulance Services.’ Fiona Continue reading Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar July 2021: Dr Fiona Togher on The development of a Patient Reported Experience Measure for use in NHS ambulance services

Improvement science and research methods seminar June 2021: Dr Maria Kordowicz on The origins and practice of ethnography in health

The June 2021 Improvement science and research methods seminar was given by Dr Maria Kordowicz, visiting research fellow at CaHRU, who presented on ‘The origins and practice of ethnography in health’ took place on 16 June 2021. Dr Kordowicz has Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar June 2021: Dr Maria Kordowicz on The origins and practice of ethnography in health

Improvement science and research methods seminar November 2020: Complex intervention trials and studies

The November Community and Health Research Unit seminar, ‘Complex intervention trials and studies‘ was given by Drs Julie Pattinson and Elise Rowan. Julie is a postdoctoral research assistant in CaHRU with expertise in quantitative and qualitative methodologies, specifically grounded theory Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar November 2020: Complex intervention trials and studies

Improvement science and research methods seminar July 2020: Actor Network Theory and health research

The latest in the seminar series was given on 15 July 2020 by Dr Brian Crosbie, senior methods adviser for NIHR East Midlands Research Design Service and a sociologist with an interest in science and technology studies. His PhD concerned Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar July 2020: Actor Network Theory and health research

Using ambulance data for evaluating implementation and improvement

A paramedic and his 4x4 emergency vehicle

Members of CaHRU, led by Prof Niro Siriwardena, have recently started a new programme of collaborative research with East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust using ambulance data. The 3-year programme is part of the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East Midlands Continue reading Using ambulance data for evaluating implementation and improvement