Tag Archives: Emergency Medical Services

Scoping review on Community First Responders (CFRs) in the UK published

A new study entitled, ‘Community First Responders (CFRs) and schemes in the United Kingdom: systematic scoping review‘, conducted by members of CaHRU was published on 19th June 2017 in the Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and…

CaHRU seminar – Incorporating ethical considerations in research – Dr Stephanie Armstrong

The latest CaHRU Implementation Science and Research Methods seminar was given on November 22nd 2016 by CaHRU’s very own Dr Stephanie Armstrong. Stephanie, currently a Lecturer in Healthcare Quality Improvement at the University of Lincoln,…

Experts convene for Wellcome funded Network Exploring Ethics in Ambulance Trials (NEAT) project meeting

On 4th November 2016, CaHRU played host to an eminent group of researchers, ethicists and patient representatives in a meeting to discuss ethics in ambulance based trials. The group was formed as part of the…

Making it Happen – CaHRU attend 999 EMS Research Forum conference in Newcastle

Members of the CaHRU team together with colleagues from East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust attended the 999 EMS Research Forum conference, ‘Making it happen: delivering research in pre-hospital care’ at the Assembly Rooms in…