CaHRU and COVID-19

The CaHRU team have been responding to COVID-19 with a series of new studies and proposals seeking to further our understanding and improve our response to the pandemic. The first two studies in progress focus on the ambulance and Emergency Continue reading CaHRU and COVID-19

CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar: Conducting systematic reviews of qualitative research studies

Dr Ffion Curtis from the Lincoln Institute of Health (LIH) and Despina Laparidou from CaHRU delivered the CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods on conducting systematic reviews of qualitative studies on 16 October 2019. The presenters clearly explained the steps Continue reading CaHRU/LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods Seminar: Conducting systematic reviews of qualitative research studies

Greg Whitley gives CaHRU/LIH seminar on Systematic Mixed Studies Reviews

Greg Whitley

The latest CaHRU and LIH Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar was given on February 19th 2018 by Gregory Whitley, a PhD student working in CaHRU. Greg’s talk, entitled ‘Systematic Mixed Studies Reviews’, focused on the science behind reviewing and Continue reading Greg Whitley gives CaHRU/LIH seminar on Systematic Mixed Studies Reviews

Laura Simmons presents systematic review on sickness absence interventions

Warwick in snow

Laura Simmons, PhD student in CaHRU and the Lincoln Institute for Health, recently attended the Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference on the 10th-12th January in Stratford-upon-Avon. The conference’s main theme surrounded the notion of “Evolution +/or Revolution”, focussing on Continue reading Laura Simmons presents systematic review on sickness absence interventions

First publication from the NEAT project on consent in ambulance trials

Paramedic with patient in an ambulance

CaHRU are pleased to announce the first publication from the Wellcome Trust funded project, NEAT: Network exploring Ethics in Ambulance Trials. The article, entitled ‘Assessment of consent models as an ethical consideration in the conduct of prehospital ambulance randomised controlled Continue reading First publication from the NEAT project on consent in ambulance trials