On 22nd November 2023 Professor Graham Law gave the November Seminar entitled: The design of Clinical Trials: What do the names mean? If you missed Graham’s talk, the link to the recording is below. You may have heard that Clinical Continue reading Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar given by Professor Graham Law: The design of clinical trials: what do the names mean?
The pursuit of knowledge that began years ago with passion and dedication has finally achieved another milestone. I am thrilled to share the completion of my PhD from the University of Newcastle, Australia. This blog serves as both a celebration Continue reading Celebrating the Completion of a PhD: Dr Gupteswar Patel
Members of the CaHRU team including Despina Laparidou, Dr Viet-Hai Phung, Dr Gupteswar Patel, Dr Mehrshad Hosseini and Prof Niro Siriwardena together with PhD student Betul Yalcin, and BMedSci students from Lincoln Medical School, Jade Livingstone and Malaika Kapadia, attended Continue reading CaHRU team at 999 EMS Research Forum conference
Professor Anna Tarrant, Professor of Sociology in the School of Social & Political Science and a UK Research & Innovation Future Leaders Fellow, gave the July seminar ‘Using co-creation in a qualitative longitudinal programme of research to affect social change Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar given by Professor Anna Tarrant: Using co-creation in a qualitative longitudinal programme of research to affect social change – methodological innovations in research with marginalised fathers
On 1st June Lisa Ellis started her new post as administrator to the Lincoln Clinical Trials Unit. Prior to joining Lisa has worked in the Health & Social care arena, including the private and public sector. Lisa has worked on Continue reading Lisa Ellis joins the Lincoln Clinical Trials Unit