HSMC staff have published a significant body of material in relation to partnerships, collaboration and integration. See the HSMC departmental pages for a full list of all our Publications, including our Newsletters and policy papers.
White, S, Wastell, D, Smith, S, Hall, C, Whitaker, E, Debelle, G, Mannion, R, Waring, J (2015) Improving practice in safeguarding at the interface between hospital services and children's social
care: a mixed-methods case study. Health Services Delivery Research; 3 (4). DOI: 10.3310/hsdr03040
Glasby, J, Dickinson, H and Miller, R (2011), All in this together? Making best use of health and social care resources in an era of austerity. HSMC Policy Paper 9, University of Birmingham.
Dickinson, H and Glasby, J (2010) 'Why partnership working doesn't work': pitfalls, problems and possibilities in English health and social care, Public Management Review, 12(6), 811-828.
Glasby, J, Dickinson, H and Smith, J (2010), Creating NHS local: the relationship between English local government and the NHS, Social Policy and Administration 44(3), 244-264.
Allen, K and Glasby, J (2009) Work Package 6: Governance and Finance, English National report. University of Birmingham, HSMC.
Allen, K and Glasby, J (2009) English Report on Prevention and Rehabilitation
Glasby, J and Dickinson, H (eds) (2009)
International Perspectives on Health and Social Care. Oxford: Blackwell-Wiley.
Carpenter, J and Dickinson, H (2008)
Interprofessional education and training. Bristol: Policy Press.
Dickinson, H (2008)
Evaluating outcomes in health and social care. Bristol: Policy Press.
Glasby, J and Dickinson, H (2008)
Partnership working in health and social care. Bristol: Policy Press.
Peck, E and Dickinson, H (2008)
Managing and leading in interagency settings. Bristol: Policy Press
Glasby, J (2008)
'Who cares?' Policy proposals for reform of long term care, Health Services Management Centre.
Ham, C, Glasby, J, Parker, H and Smith, J (2008)
Altogether now? Policy options for integrating care. Health Services Management Centre.