CaHRU featured in NIHR themed review of prehospital care research

On Wednesday 27th April, Professor Siriwardena, Viet-Hai Phung and Fiona Togher attended the launch event of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) themed review of prehospital care. This was held at Firth Court, University of Sheffield. The session was Continue reading CaHRU featured in NIHR themed review of prehospital care research

International media coverage for research linking flu vaccine with reduced risk of stroke

A study from CaHRU, ‘Influenza vaccination and risk of stroke: self-controlled case-series study‘, recently published in the journal Vaccine, received international coverage in news media. The study of almost 18,000 patients with stroke looked at data from general practices in Continue reading International media coverage for research linking flu vaccine with reduced risk of stroke

HEI Challenge for Patient Supported Quality Improvement and Education in Healthcare PPI conference

The Higher Education Institution (HEI) Challenge for Patient Supported Quality Improvement and Education in Healthcare held its Patient and Public Involvement Working Group Conference at Loughborough University on 1st October 2015. This collaborative event formed a central part of the Continue reading HEI Challenge for Patient Supported Quality Improvement and Education in Healthcare PPI conference

CaHRU’s REST project features in Health Foundation’s stories of outstanding impact in primary care

The Resources for Effective Sleep Treatment (REST) project featured in the Health Foundation’s recent newsletter, ‘Stories of outstanding impact in primary care‘. The REST project is an ongoing area of research within the Quality and Outcomes in Primary Healthcare group Continue reading CaHRU’s REST project features in Health Foundation’s stories of outstanding impact in primary care