HAPPI group awarded funding from East Midlands Academic Health Science Network

The Healthier Aging Patient and Public Involvement (HAPPI) group, established in July 2014, was recently successful in gaining funding from the East Midlands Academic Health Science Network. The group has expanded and is working with…

EU: FP7 QUALICOPC study shows potential for improving primary care in 34 countries

Teams from the Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research (NIVEL) and the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna have recently published a paper in the WHO Bulletin, ‘Assessing the the potential for improvement of primary care in 34…

Anna Thomson joins CaHRU on doctoral studentship

Anna Thomson recently joined the team at CaHRU on a doctoral studentship funded by the Lincoln University Research Investment Fund. Anna gained both her BSc (Hons) Psychology and MSc Health Psychology through her studies at…

CaHRU to contribute to Institute for Healthcare Improvement Web and Action on Improving Prehospital Emergency Care

Professor Niro Siriwardena will join Dave Williams and EMS leaders from the United States and abroad, conducting pioneering work in the field of prehospital quality improvement, for an Institute for Healthcare Improvement Web and Action…

CaHRU supports Newham general practices in prescribing safety Quality Improvement Collaborative

Prof Niro Siriwardena spoke at the first engagement event of a new multi-organisational general practice quality improvement collaborative at the Stratford Olympic Park this February. The collaborative led by Professor Martin Marshall and his team…