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:…

Carers of dementia sufferers: Empowerment and Efficacy via Education (CADS: E3)

A team from CaHRU, led by Dr Jo Middlemass has come together with researchers from the Schools of Education (Prof Terence Karran), Psychology (Dr John Hudson) and Social Science (Despina Laparidou, Prof Niro Siriwardena, Dr…

Despina Laparidou joins the CaHRU team and CADS:E3 study

Despina Laparidou joined the Community and Health Research Unit this August 2014 as a research assistant. After finishing her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Lincoln, Despina completed an MSc in Health Psychology…

Sleep, health and wellbeing: NICE Topic Advisory Workshop

Professor Niro Siriwardena, director of CAHRU, attended a National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) topic advisory workshop on sleep, health and wellbeing. The event was hosted by NICE and chaired by Professor Colin…

Quality improvement in primary care: the essential guide published

A new book, ‘Quality Improvement in Primary Care: the essential guide‘ has recently been published by Radcliffe. The book is co-authored by Dr Steve Gillam (Cambridge University) and Professor Niro Siriwardena (Director of CaHRU, University…