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  1. CaHRU/LIH seminar: Arwel Jones & Hayley Robinson on The Behaviour Change Wheel
    In the latest Research Methods and Implementation Science seminar from CaHRU and the Lincoln Institute for Health (LIH) which took place on 22 January 2019, Dr Arwel Jones and Hayley Robinson from the LIH presented on The Behaviour Change Wheel. In their talk they described how the Behaviour Change Wheel is used in the context…
  2. CaHRU engaging with patients and public in research
    Over the past year we have continued to engage with patients and the public in our research studies which remains important and essential to our work. This enables our research to focus on what is important for patients, and we include the public in development, design, conduct and dissemination of our research studies. Over the…
  3. CaHRU newsletter (Autumn 2018)
    The latest edition of the CaHRU Newsletter (Autumn 2018) was published in December 2018. The newsletter presents the work of the research centre over the previous three months and includes articles from the CaHRU blog covering publications, conferences and funding. The newsletter is written by members of the CaHRU team and produced by Sue Bowler,…
  4. Dr Pradeep Ratnasekare international visiting fellow says farewell to CaHRU
    Dr Pradeep Ratnasekare who joined CaHRU this January 2018 as our third international visiting fellow from the University of Colombo’s Postgraduate Institute of Medicine bade farewell to colleagues at CaHRU with a presentation about his experience at the Universities of Lincoln and Aberdeen. Pradeep used his experience as a postdoctoral fellow in medical administration and…
  5. CaHRU presented with team award for achievement in research 2018
    The Community and Health Research Unit team received the 2018 University of Lincoln Team Achievement Award for research which was presented to members of the team by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Mary Stuart at a ceremony at the Engine Shed on 21 November. The award recognised the strength and depth of research at CaHRU including…
  6. Dr Jenni Burt on mixed methods approaches in health services research
    The Community and Health Research Unit (CaHRU) and Lincoln Institute for Health (LIH) Seminar was given by Dr Jenni Burt from Cambridge University on 21 November. Jenni is Senior Social Scientist at The Healthcare Improvement Studies (THIS) Institute, where she leads a range of applied research programmes and contributes to the Institute’s strategy and development.…
  7. CaHRU Newsletter (Summer 2018)
    The latest edition of the CaHRU Newsletter (Summer 2018) was published in July 2018. The newsletter presents the work of the research centre over the previous three months and includes articles from the CaHRU blog covering publications, conferences and funding. The newsletter is written by members of the CaHRU team and produced by Sue Bowler,…
  8. Farewell to international visiting fellow Dr Nadeeka Chandraratne
    Members of the CaHRU team had the opportunity to hear firsthand the experiences and achievements of one of our first international visiting fellows from the University of Colombo during her time at the University of Lincoln, and before she travels back to Sri Lanka later this month. Dr. Nadeeka Chandraratne (pictured) spent the past 18…
  9. Sleep and Health at the UK Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology
    Dr Julie Pattinson and Professor Graham Law from the Community and Health Research Unit (CaHRU) were recently invited and attended the Sleep and Health seminar hosted by the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology on October 16th 2018. The seminar was held in collaboration with the Nuffield Foundation and invited experts from medicine, research and…
  10. Making a positive difference at the EMDoc Annual Conference
    This year's Annual East Midlands Doctoral Network (EMDoc) Annual Conference which took place at Bishop Grosseteste University focussed on the theme of 'Impact and exchange – making connections beyond the academy'. The event was attended by over 100 doctoral students and it was a great opportunity to see and discuss posters of their work and…