Improvement science and research methods seminar June 2021: Dr Maria Kordowicz on The origins and practice of ethnography in health

The June 2021 Improvement science and research methods seminar was given by Dr Maria Kordowicz, visiting research fellow at CaHRU, who presented on ‘The origins and practice of ethnography in health’ took place on 16 June 2021. Dr Kordowicz has Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar June 2021: Dr Maria Kordowicz on The origins and practice of ethnography in health

Improvement science and research methods seminar May 2021: Dr Vanessa Botan on Propensity score matching

The May 2021 Improvement science and research methods seminar featured Dr Vanessa Botan who presented on ‘An introduction to propensity score matching’, explaining the use of propensity score matching in observational studies to reduce the effects of confounding. Vanessa is Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar May 2021: Dr Vanessa Botan on Propensity score matching

Improvement science and research methods seminar January 2021: Dr Vanessa Botan gives Reflections on stepped-wedge trials

The first Improvement science and research methods seminar in 2021, featured Dr Vanessa Botan who presented her ‘Reflections on stepped-wedge trials: rationale, design, and analysis‘. Vanessa is a postdoctoral research associate in medical statistics, working on two major NIHR funded Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar January 2021: Dr Vanessa Botan gives Reflections on stepped-wedge trials

Improvement science and research methods seminar October 2020: Using consensus research methods with multi-stakeholder groups

CaHRU’s October 2020 Improvement science and research methods seminar, ‘Using consensus research methods with multi-stakeholder groups: does one size fit all?‘ was given by Joanne Coster, Research Fellow, School of Health and Related Research and Deputy Director at the Centre Continue reading Improvement science and research methods seminar October 2020: Using consensus research methods with multi-stakeholder groups

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