Placebos and sleep

You may have seen ‘The placebo experiment: can my brain cure my body?‘ recently broadcast on the BBC. This was a fascinating programme in which doctor and broadcaster Dr Michael Mosley, who I met recently at his ‘Great Lives’ lecture Continue reading Placebos and sleep

Continuing to Work with Parliament

Dr Coral Sirdifield and Dr Rebecca Marples from CaHRU are continuing to engage with parliament and raise awareness of the research that they are doing around healthcare for people on probation. Earlier this month they met with Dr Phillip Lee, Continue reading Continuing to Work with Parliament

Dr Coral Sirdifield speaks at Westminster Legal Policy Forum

Dr Coral Sirdifield, Research Fellow in CaHRU was asked to speak at a Westminster Legal Policy Forum on the 7th of November 2017. The event was attended by people from a variety of organisations including the voluntary sector, Her Majesty’s Continue reading Dr Coral Sirdifield speaks at Westminster Legal Policy Forum

Laura Simmons joins CaHRU and the Lincoln Institute for Health

Laura Simmons joined CaHRU and the Lincoln Institute of Health this September 2016 as a PhD student, researching the effects of camaraderie among paramedics and their stress responses to critical incidents. Before commencing her studies at the University of Lincoln, Continue reading Laura Simmons joins CaHRU and the Lincoln Institute for Health

Rachel Hawley attends ‘The Value of Values in Health and Social Care Leadership’ Conference

Rachel Hawley recently attended ‘The Value of Values in Health and Social Care Leadership’ conference at the Centre for Leadership, Sheffield Hallam University on 18 September, on behalf of the Community and Health Research Unity. This inaugural event was a Continue reading Rachel Hawley attends ‘The Value of Values in Health and Social Care Leadership’ Conference