Have you used ambulance services in the past year? We would be interested to hear from you for a CaHRU study

If you have used the ambulance service in the previous 12 months and are happy to take part in an interview for a new study we would like to hear from you. This study is part of doctoral research being undertaken Continue reading Have you used ambulance services in the past year? We would be interested to hear from you for a CaHRU study

Article on patient experiences of ambulance care published in Ambulance Today

An article entitled, ‘Feeling reassured: the glue that holds together patients’ experiences of ambulance service care’ was published in the autumn (September) issue of Ambulance Today. The article by Prof Niro Siriwardena and Fiona Togher, based on work undertaken as Continue reading Article on patient experiences of ambulance care published in Ambulance Today

CaHRU presents at European Forum for Primary Care Conference in Amsterdam

Members of CaHRU, Dr Coral Sirdifield, Ana Godoy and Prof Niro Siriwardena attended the annual conference of the European Forum for Primary Care (EFPC), ‘Integrated primary care: research, policy and practice’, at the Tobacco Museum in Amsterdam from 30 August Continue reading CaHRU presents at European Forum for Primary Care Conference in Amsterdam

EU: FP7 QUALICOPC study shows potential for improving primary care in 34 countries

Teams from the Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research (NIVEL) and the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna have recently published a paper in the WHO Bulletin, ‘Assessing the the potential for improvement of primary care in 34 countries: a cross-sectional survey (Schäfer Continue reading EU: FP7 QUALICOPC study shows potential for improving primary care in 34 countries

Reassurance important for ambulance services users: new qualitative study published in Health Expectations

Researchers from CaHRU with colleagues from the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield have published a new study: “Reassurance as a key outcome valued by emergency ambulance service users: a qualitative interview study” in Continue reading Reassurance important for ambulance services users: new qualitative study published in Health Expectations