CaHRU sleep research cited in UK parliamentary briefings on Sleep and Health

Research from CaHRU was cited in the recently published parliamentary briefing on Sleep and Health and Sleep and Long-term Health. The briefing was issued as a POSTnote from the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology and cited CAHRU’s work on primary care Continue reading CaHRU sleep research cited in UK parliamentary briefings on Sleep and Health

CaHRU presents research on sleep at college summer showcase

The annual research showcase, featuring speakers from the College of Social Science took place on 6 June 2018. Professor Niro Siriwardena presented on CaHRU’s work on sleep. Sleep is fundamental to our wellbeing, from birth to old age. Poor sleep Continue reading CaHRU presents research on sleep at college summer showcase

CaHRU contributes to Research and Innovation conference

Professor Niro Siriwardena was a keynote speaker at Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s (LPFT) Research and Innovation Conference which took place at Branston Hall on 8 March 2018. The conference was chaired by Dr Sue Elcock, medical director at LPFT. Continue reading CaHRU contributes to Research and Innovation conference

CaHRU/LIH seminar: Quality Improvement Collaboratives – theory design and effects

The latest in the CaHRU and Lincoln Institute for Health Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar series was given by Professor Siriwardena on ‘Quality Improvement Collaboratives (QICs): theory design and effects on 28 February 2018. The CaHRU team have led Continue reading CaHRU/LIH seminar: Quality Improvement Collaboratives – theory design and effects

CaHRU brings together Lincoln sleep researchers for LIH seminar

Professor Niro Siriwardena led the recent Lincoln Institute for Health (LIH) research development seminar entitled, ‘Things that go bump in the night’: exploring the problem of tinnitus and sleep. This seminar brought together researchers at the University of Lincoln with Continue reading CaHRU brings together Lincoln sleep researchers for LIH seminar