CaHRU study on CFRs presented to National Ambulance Forum

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Viet-Hai Phung presented the findings of a University of Lincoln study on Community First Responders at a meeting of the National Ambulance Service First Responder Managers Forum at East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust at Beechdale, Nottingham on 25th April Continue reading CaHRU study on CFRs presented to National Ambulance Forum

Dr Stephanie Armstrong joins CAHRU’s NEAT project team

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Dr Stephanie Armstrong joined CaHRU this month to work on the Wellcome Trust funded ‘Network exploring Ethics in Ambulance Trials (NEAT)’ project. She says, “I come to Community and Health Research Unit from a rather diverse background having begun my Continue reading Dr Stephanie Armstrong joins CAHRU’s NEAT project team

New systematic review published on interventions to reduce risk of overweight and obesity in infancy and childhood

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A new study has been published by led by Prof Sarah Redsell of Anglia Ruskin University and a team of researchers at the Universities of Cambridge, Nottingham and Lincoln, including Prof Niro Siriwardena of CaHRU. The study, published in Maternal Continue reading New systematic review published on interventions to reduce risk of overweight and obesity in infancy and childhood

Pay-for-performance with caution: new systematic review published in Annals of Family Medicine

A new systematic review of the UK Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) is published in the Annals of Family Medicine today. The QOF, a controversial program of financial incentives and information technology to promote structured and team-based care, is the most comprehensive Continue reading Pay-for-performance with caution: new systematic review published in Annals of Family Medicine