CURE aims to improve the quality of urgent and emergency care through rigorous objective independent research.
Sheffield is a leading national and international centre for urgent and emergency care research. CURE is a research group based in the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR). We are linked with the Emergency Department of the Northern General Hospital Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Trust, Yorkshire Ambulance Service and a number of other organisations.
CURE researchers undertake health service research into the organisation and delivery of urgent and emergency care, and work with the Clinical Trials Unit and Section of Health Economics and Decision Science to undertake health technology assessment relevant to urgent and emergency care.
Main areas of research interest
We have studied a wide range of issues in urgent and emergency care, including:
The NIHR CLAHRC YH Avoiding Attendances and Admissions Theme is holding a half day event.
Being held at the The Source Skills Academy in Meadowhall, this half day event will showcase the findings of recent NIHR CLAHRC YH Avoiding Attendances and Admissions Theme, including their routine linked data analysis and evaluation projects in emergency and urgent care.
It will also be used to Identify key interventions and strategies in emergency and urgent care (EUC) settings which have the potential to address some of the problems facing the system.