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 Continue reading Farewell to international visiting fellow Dr Nadeeka Chandraratne

CaHRU team reflects on past and plans future

The CaHRU team spent a December awayday at Lincolnshire’s Branston Hall, reflecting on past and ongoing work, discussing current challenges and exploring future opportunities for the research centre. Over the past year the centre has continued to build on its Continue reading CaHRU team reflects on past and plans future

CaHRU wins new grant to investigate prehospital pain management

An international team of researchers led by Prof Niro Siriwardena with statistician Dr Zahid Asghar from CaHRU has been awarded funding from the Falck Foundation to study prehospital pain management. The study involves collaboration between CaHRU at the University of Continue reading CaHRU wins new grant to investigate prehospital pain management

Have you used ambulance services in the past year? We would be interested to hear from you for a CaHRU study

If you have used the ambulance service in the previous 12 months and are happy to take part in an interview for a new study we would like to hear from you. This study is part of doctoral research being undertaken Continue reading Have you used ambulance services in the past year? We would be interested to hear from you for a CaHRU study

New book chapter from CaHRU on equality and diversity in prehospital ambulance care

A new book, Ambulance Services: Leadership and Management Perspectives by Professors Paresh Wankhade and Kevin Mackway-Jones, features a chapter on equality and diversity in prehospital care, co-authored by Viet-Hai Phung and Prof Niro Siriwardena of CaHRU together with Dr Karen Continue reading New book chapter from CaHRU on equality and diversity in prehospital ambulance care