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. Continue reading CaHRU/LIH seminar: Arwel Jones & Hayley Robinson on The Behaviour Change Wheel

CaHRU/LIH seminar: Causal models and Directed Acyclic Graphs – Professor Graham Law

Professor Graham Law, who recently joined the university and CaHRU as Professor in Medical Statitics, delivered the latest of CaHRU/LIH’s Implementation Science and Research Methods seminar series – on Causal Models and the use of Directed Acyclic Graphs. Professor Law Continue reading CaHRU/LIH seminar: Causal models and Directed Acyclic Graphs – Professor Graham Law

Implementation science and research methods seminar: statistical modelling of time series data

The latest CaHRU Implementation Science and Research Methods seminar was presented by Dr Murray Smith on 25th October 2016, on the topic of statistical modelling of time series data. Dr Smith, research fellow at the Community and Health Research Unit Continue reading Implementation science and research methods seminar: statistical modelling of time series data

PINCER project showcased at Health Foundation Scaling up Improvement event

Members of the Scaling up PINCER project team (PINCER is a pharmacist-led information technology intervention for reducing clinically important errors in medication management in general practice), Prof Niro Siriwardena, Janice Wiseman, Dr Sarah Rodgers, Chris Rye and Despina Laparidou, recently Continue reading PINCER project showcased at Health Foundation Scaling up Improvement event

CAHRU/LIH improvement science and research methods seminar: Mixed methods

The first of this year’s series of CaHRU/LIH (Community and Health Research Unit/Lincoln Institute for Health) improvement science and research methods seminars was given by Prof Siriwardena on mixed methods on 16 February 2016. Improvement and implementation science benefits from Continue reading CAHRU/LIH improvement science and research methods seminar: Mixed methods