CaHRU studies presented at Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Meeting July 2021

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Despina Laparidou, Dr Vanessa Botan and Prof Niro Siriwardena attended the 49th Annual Scientific Meeting of SAPC on 30th June and 1st July 2021, Living and Dying Well, which took place online hosted by the University of Leeds, to present Continue reading CaHRU studies presented at Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Meeting July 2021

Dr Vanessa Botan wins highest quality research prize at 999 EMS Forum conference for ‘Ambulance hypos can strike twice’ study

Dr Vanessa Botan, research associate in statistics at CaHRU, gave an oral presentation of the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East Midlands funded study, on ‘The effects of a leaflet-based intervention, ‘Hypos can strike twice’, on recurrent hypoglycaemic attendances by ambulance Continue reading Dr Vanessa Botan wins highest quality research prize at 999 EMS Forum conference for ‘Ambulance hypos can strike twice’ study

Improvement science and research methods seminar January 2021: Dr Vanessa Botan gives Reflections on stepped-wedge trials

The first Improvement science and research methods seminar in 2021, featured Dr Vanessa Botan who presented her ‘Reflections on stepped-wedge trials: rationale, design, and analysis‘. Vanessa is a postdoctoral research associate in medical statistics, working on two major NIHR funded Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar January 2021: Dr Vanessa Botan gives Reflections on stepped-wedge trials

Improvement science and research methods seminar December 2020: Professor Graham Law on Interrupted time series, COVID lockdown and ambulance data

In the December Improvement science and research methods seminar, Professor Graham Law discussed ‘Interrupted time series, COVID lockdown and ambulance data’. Graham Law is a Professor in Medical Statistics in the College of Social Science and a senior member of Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar December 2020: Professor Graham Law on Interrupted time series, COVID lockdown and ambulance data