Monthly Archives: December 2012

Correction for attenuation (via Wikipedia)

If you are Charlotte or Yoryos (who I work for) then honestly I don’t just present work off Wikipedia and pretend it is my own. Anyone else, this article about correction for attenuation is quite good. Unless of course, by the time you read it has been edited into an entirely different form, which is …read more

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Being a health services researcher

I always planned to be an archaeologist. In fact, ultimately I had my eye on the Directorship of the British Museum (nothing like a bit of ambition). Off I went to do my degree in archaeology and anthropology at Cambridge, having spent the summer excavating an Iron Age Hill Fort in Hampshire. Anyway, as it …read more

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  • The Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research (CCHSR) is a thriving collaboration between the University of Cambridge and RAND Europe. We aim to inform health policy and practice by conducting research and evaluation studies of organisation and delivery of healthcare, including safety, effectiveness, efficiency and patient experience.