CaHRU at Trent Regional SAPC, Nottingham, March 2019

CaHRU was well represented at the recent annual Trent Regional SAPC Conference which this year was held at East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham on 19 March 2019 . The core of the morning session were the two parallel sessions. Dr Continue reading CaHRU at Trent Regional SAPC, Nottingham, March 2019

Dr Julie Pattinson presents at International Medical Graduates (IMG) Conference 2017 in Boston, UK

Julie Pattinson of CaHRU presented her work on reasons for variations in performance in the MRCGP Applied Knowledge Test at the recent International Medical Graduates’ conference at the Conference Hall, Centre for Medical & Dental Education, Pilgrim Hospital. Speakers included Continue reading Dr Julie Pattinson presents at International Medical Graduates (IMG) Conference 2017 in Boston, UK

CaHRU Research Forum November 2016

CaHRU, in conjunction with NHS partners including East Midlands Ambulance Service and Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trusts, held its latest Research Forum of 2016 on 16th November. The forum followed its usual two-hour format with three speakers giving detailed Continue reading CaHRU Research Forum November 2016

Julie Pattinson joins CaHRU

Julie Pattinson joined the CaHRU team this autumn as a research assistant from the University of Nottingham, Division of Epidemiology and Public Health Research (UK centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies; UKCTAS). She has a keen interest in behavioural addictions and her recent Continue reading Julie Pattinson joins CaHRU

Women and men doctors differ in their knowledge of sex-specific complaints during general practice training

A new study from the University of Lincoln and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Applied Knowledge Test Development Group reveals that women doctors have greater knowledge about women’s medical problems than men doctors during their training to become Continue reading Women and men doctors differ in their knowledge of sex-specific complaints during general practice training