Comparing national multimorbidity policies and guidelines

People living with a long-term condition often have more than one condition to contend with. This is known as ‘multimorbidity’, commonly defined as the co-occurrence of two or more chronic conditions within one person. In this situation it is important Continue reading Comparing national multimorbidity policies and guidelines

Sleep, health and wellbeing: NICE Topic Advisory Workshop

Professor Niro Siriwardena, director of CAHRU, attended a National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) topic advisory workshop on sleep, health and wellbeing. The event was hosted by NICE and chaired by Professor Colin Espie, Professor in the Nuffield Continue reading Sleep, health and wellbeing: NICE Topic Advisory Workshop

Identifying barriers and facilitators to ambulance service assessment and treatment of acute asthma: a focus group study

Researchers in CaHRU and East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EMAS) have published a new study: “Identifying barriers and facilitators to ambulance service assessment and treatment of acute asthma: a focus group study” in BMC Emergency Medicine. The study’s lead Continue reading Identifying barriers and facilitators to ambulance service assessment and treatment of acute asthma: a focus group study