Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Water Sciences - School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences

The Water Sciences research theme in School of Geography Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Birmingham

Welfare Futures Research Group

Welfare futures research group. Institute of Applied Social Studies, School of Social Policy.

Wellbeing & Capability

This research group is formed around one of the two methodological programmes within the Health Economics Unit. The programme of work arises from concerns about the inadequacies of the current economic evaluation framework within health economics. It aims to improve the conduct of economic evaluation in complex settings, where a broader assessment of costs and outcomes is required, developing approaches to enable such assessment within a sound theoretical extra-welfarist (in its widest sense) framework. The programme does not take a single philosophy, but a strong element of the programme is to build on work developing Sen's capability approach.The programme has four main research areas: 1. Examining the underlying theory of capability and how it relates to economic evaluation. 2. Developing, valuing and validating economic measures of outcome that include, and go beyond, health gain - Developing measures; Valuing measures; Validity assessment3. Exploring decision rules for decision-making. 4. Exploring the process of estimating efficiency and equity using different evaluative spaces within the contexts of primary research and secondary modelling

West Midlands Commissioning Support Unit

The West Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (WMCSU) brings together specialist expertise in healthcare commissioning, clinical medicine, public health, clinical pharmacology and therapeutics, epidemiology, biostatistics, and research methods including information science, evidence synthesis and evaluation. The WMCSU reviews evidence and analyzes data and information to produce intelligence on the health and health care of the 5.5 million people who live in the West Midlands. We provide up-to-date intelligence for health practitioners, policy-makers and researchers to assist with commissioning and policy decisions, as well as education and training for commissioning organisations to support effective evidence based commissioning.

What is MidRec?

The Midland Research Practices Consortium (MidReC) is a network of over 600 practices with populations totalling over four million people that are representative of England and Wales. While initially MidReC practices were mainly in and around Greater Birmingham, they are now widely distributed across and beyond the West Midlands including the counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, North and South Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Cheshire.

Wind engineering research group - Civil Engineering research

An introduction to the members of the Univerity of Birmingham who form a wind engineering group.
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