Ana Godoy successfully gains international doctorate

Ana Godoy, Lecturer in Health Economics at the University of Extremadura, Spain and visiting research fellow at CaHRU, presented her thesis “Four essays about quality in the delivery of healthcare” last week to obtain her international doctorate. Ana’s thesis considered Continue reading Ana Godoy successfully gains international doctorate

Have you used ambulance services in the past year? We would be interested to hear from you for a CaHRU study

If you have used the ambulance service in the previous 12 months and are happy to take part in an interview for a new study we would like to hear from you. This study is part of doctoral research being undertaken Continue reading Have you used ambulance services in the past year? We would be interested to hear from you for a CaHRU study

New book chapter from CaHRU on equality and diversity in prehospital ambulance care

A new book, Ambulance Services: Leadership and Management Perspectives by Professors Paresh Wankhade and Kevin Mackway-Jones, features a chapter on equality and diversity in prehospital care, co-authored by Viet-Hai Phung and Prof Niro Siriwardena of CaHRU together with Dr Karen Continue reading New book chapter from CaHRU on equality and diversity in prehospital ambulance care

CaHRU presents at European Forum for Primary Care Conference in Amsterdam

Members of CaHRU, Dr Coral Sirdifield, Ana Godoy and Prof Niro Siriwardena attended the annual conference of the European Forum for Primary Care (EFPC), ‘Integrated primary care: research, policy and practice’, at the Tobacco Museum in Amsterdam from 30 August Continue reading CaHRU presents at European Forum for Primary Care Conference in Amsterdam

Discussion paper on improving care for people with asthma through patient stories published in Chest

A new paper entitled ‘Using a narrative approach to enhance clinical care for patients with asthma‘ has been published online in the journal Chest. The paper was authored by Dr Helen Owton, previously of De Montfort University and now a Continue reading Discussion paper on improving care for people with asthma through patient stories published in Chest