Dr Murray Smith presents study of prehospital methoxyflurane for acute pain in trauma in adults at 999 EMS Forum conference

Dr Murray Smith, senior research fellow in econometrics and health economics, gave an oral presentation of CaHRU’s study on ‘Clinical effectiveness and costs of prehospital inhaled methoxyflurane for acute pain in trauma in adults‘ at the 999 EMS Research Forum Continue reading Dr Murray Smith presents study of prehospital methoxyflurane for acute pain in trauma in adults at 999 EMS Forum conference

CaHRU presents study of prehospital methoxyflurane for acute pain in trauma in adults at 4th annual UK College of Paramedics conference

Prof Niro Siriwardena presented CaHRU’s latest study on ‘Clinical effectiveness and costs of prehospital inhaled methoxyflurane for acute pain in trauma in adults: non-randomised control group study’ from Dr Murray D Smith who led the analysis, with Dr Elise Rowan Continue reading CaHRU presents study of prehospital methoxyflurane for acute pain in trauma in adults at 4th annual UK College of Paramedics conference

CaHRU attends Trent Regional Society for Academic Primary Care Conference

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Members of the Community and Health Research Unit (CaHRU) recently attended the Trent Regional SAPC Spring Conference (13 March 2018) organised by the University of Sheffield. The conference included delegates mainly from the Universities of Lincoln, Nottingham, Leicester and Sheffield, Continue reading CaHRU attends Trent Regional Society for Academic Primary Care Conference

CaHRU wins new grant to investigate prehospital pain management

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An international team of researchers led by Prof Niro Siriwardena with statistician Dr Zahid Asghar from CaHRU has been awarded funding from the Falck Foundation to study prehospital pain management. The study involves collaboration between CaHRU at the University of Continue reading CaHRU wins new grant to investigate prehospital pain management

New study published on how acute pain management could be improved in urgent care

Mohammad Iqbal, research fellow and PhD student at the University of Lincoln and research associate at East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS), together with Anne Spaight (senior research fellow at the University of Lincoln and Head of Clinical Governance, Audit and Continue reading New study published on how acute pain management could be improved in urgent care