Despina Laparidou presents Scaling up PINCER at ISQua 2017

Despina Laparidou, Research Assistant at CaHRU, together with Antony Chuter, a patient representative for Scaling Up PINCER (pharmacist-led information technology intervention for reducing clinically important errors) recently attended the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) Conference at the Continue reading Despina Laparidou presents Scaling up PINCER at ISQua 2017

HEI Challenge for Patient Supported Quality Improvement and Education in Healthcare PPI conference

The Higher Education Institution (HEI) Challenge for Patient Supported Quality Improvement and Education in Healthcare held its Patient and Public Involvement Working Group Conference at Loughborough University on 1st October 2015. This collaborative event formed a central part of the Continue reading HEI Challenge for Patient Supported Quality Improvement and Education in Healthcare PPI conference

New paper published on contextual factors for quality improvement in ambulance services

A new study from CaHRU is published this month in the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice entitled ‘Exploration of contextual factors in a successful quality improvement collaborative in English ambulance services: cross-sectional survey’. The study, involving a research team Continue reading New paper published on contextual factors for quality improvement in ambulance services

Rachel Hawley joins the Community and Health Research Unit

Rachel Hawley has recently joined the Community and Health Research Unit. Rachel was previously based at Sheffield Hallam University. She has 25 years’ experience of working with a wide range of public sector organisations at local, regional and national and Continue reading Rachel Hawley joins the Community and Health Research Unit

CaHRU supports Newham general practices in prescribing safety Quality Improvement Collaborative

Prof Niro Siriwardena spoke at the first engagement event of a new multi-organisational general practice quality improvement collaborative at the Stratford Olympic Park this February. The collaborative led by Professor Martin Marshall and his team at University College London, under Continue reading CaHRU supports Newham general practices in prescribing safety Quality Improvement Collaborative