CaHRU has three programmes of research, each with an academic lead working with CaHRU’s director Prof Niro Siriwardena to further the strategic development of the group and to mentor and support junior and early career researchers:
- Quality and Outcomes in Primary Healthcare (QOPH) Lead: Dr Stephanie Armstrong
- Prehospital Emergency Quality and Outcomes (PEQO) Lead: Dr Zahid Asghar
- Enhancing Experience and Equity in healthCare (EPiC) Lead: Dr Coral Sirdifield
Underpinning these three programmes are the three cross-cutting themes of Quality Improvement, Healthier Aging and Ethical Healthcare.
We have been successful in competitive grants from a variety of sources, including public bodies, charitable trusts and private corporations. Current funding includes international sources such as the European Commission (FP7 programme); national funding from UK Research Councils, the National Institute for Health Research, the Health Foundation, British Heart Foundation and Wellcome Trust; and regional funding from the East Midlands Academic Health Science Network and the Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care.