Despina Laparidou presents ‘Perceptions and experiences of residents and relatives of emergencies in care homes’ study at 999 EMS Forum conference

Despina Laparidou, research assistant at CaHRU, presented her study, ‘Perceptions and experiences of residents and relatives of emergencies in care homes: systematic review and meta-synthesis‘ online at the 999 EMS Research Forum Conference 2021, ‘Research in prehospital care: Past, pandemic, Continue reading Despina Laparidou presents ‘Perceptions and experiences of residents and relatives of emergencies in care homes’ study at 999 EMS Forum conference

Systematic review of experiences of people with Guillain-Barré syndrome published in PLOS One

The latest study from CaHRU, ‘Patients’ experiences and perceptions of Guillain-Barré syndrome: a systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative research’ was published in the international journal, PLOS One, this February 2021. The study was funded by the GAIN charity and Continue reading Systematic review of experiences of people with Guillain-Barré syndrome published in PLOS One

Experiences of people with Guillain-Barré syndrome from illness to recovery

The latest research from CaHRU, ‘Exploring the experiences of having Guillain-Barré Syndrome: a qualitative interview study’, was published in the international journal, Health Expectations, in July 2020. The study, funded by the GAIN charity and led by Prof Niro Siriwardena, Continue reading Experiences of people with Guillain-Barré syndrome from illness to recovery

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

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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

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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