CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar: The journey to multimorbidity in an inner city community – Dr Mark Ashworth

The CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar on 13 November 2019 was given by Dr Mark Ashworth from Kings College London. Dr Ashworth trained at Southampton University and has been a GP for 30 years in an inner city Continue reading CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar: The journey to multimorbidity in an inner city community – Dr Mark Ashworth

Comparing national multimorbidity policies and guidelines

People living with a long-term condition often have more than one condition to contend with. This is known as ‘multimorbidity’, commonly defined as the co-occurrence of two or more chronic conditions within one person. In this situation it is important Continue reading Comparing national multimorbidity policies and guidelines

CaHRU at SAPC Annual Scientific Meeting in Dublin 2016

A team from CaHRU, Dr Coral Sirdifield, Dr Jo Middlemass, Despina Laparidou and Professor Niro Siriwardena, attended the 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the National Society of Academic Primary Care (SAPC) held at Dublin Castle from 6th-8th July where they Continue reading CaHRU at SAPC Annual Scientific Meeting in Dublin 2016

CaHRU presents at College Research Showcase

Members of the CaHRU team recently attended the College of Social Science Research Showcase at the University of Lincoln on 4 July 2016. The event aimed to present the work being undertaken across the College of Social Science. The day started Continue reading CaHRU presents at College Research Showcase

Patients and health professionals join research team to hear about early CHROMED study findings

Research participants along with their spouse or carer, and health professionals who took part in the CHROMED trial were invited to a feedback session on Wednesday 23rd March at the Petwood Hotel in Woodhall Spa to mark the end of Continue reading Patients and health professionals join research team to hear about early CHROMED study findings