Joseph Akanuwe receives PhD for work on communicating cancer risk

Joseph Akanuwe, doctoral student at CaHRU was recently confirmed by the College of Social Science Research Degrees Board that he be awarded his PhD for his thesis ‘Exploring service user and practitioner perspectives of using cancer risk assessment tools in Continue reading Joseph Akanuwe receives PhD for work on communicating cancer risk

Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar: Dr Matthew Harris on ‘Frugal and reverse innovation’

The latest Community and Health Research Unit (CaHRU)/Lincoln Institute for Health (LIH) Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar was given on April 24th 2018 by Dr Matthew Harris, Clinical Senior Lecturer in Public Health, jointly appointed between the Department of Continue reading Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar: Dr Matthew Harris on ‘Frugal and reverse innovation’

Identifying barriers and facilitators to ambulance service assessment and treatment of acute asthma: a focus group study

Researchers in CaHRU and East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EMAS) have published a new study: “Identifying barriers and facilitators to ambulance service assessment and treatment of acute asthma: a focus group study” in BMC Emergency Medicine. The study’s lead Continue reading Identifying barriers and facilitators to ambulance service assessment and treatment of acute asthma: a focus group study