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'The earlier the better campaign' - mixed messages from the NHS?

Description
We are now into the fourth week of the NHS England campaign – 'the earlier the better' designed to encourage the over 60s to seek help early over the winter period in order to tackle the rising number of older and frail people who are admitted to hospital because of respiratory or other chronic conditions.
Date:
Wednesday 12th February 2014
Categories:
Social Sciences

Commissioning for mental wellbeing seminar

Description
You are invited to a seminar on Wednesday 19 March 2014. Drawing on work undertaken by Professor Chris Heginbotham and Dr Karen Newbigging, the seminar provides an opportunity for commissioners and their partners to identify what they can do to translate current aspirations of public mental health into tangible commissioning strategies.
Date:
Monday 10th February 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

World Cancer Day: Waking up to reality

Description
We have become much better at raising awareness, diagnosing and treating cancer and survival has doubled in the last 40 years - all news worth celebrating. But have we become better at helping people through their illness as they deal with the fear, the uncertainty, the pain, the anxiety and the loneliness, not to mention the confusion of treatment options and procedures and the exhaustion of navigating the system?
Date:
Tuesday 4th February 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

British medical tourists seeking treatment overseas without sufficient information and advice

Description
A team of researchers (including Russell Mannion and Mark Exworthy from HSMC) has found that British people travelling abroad for medical treatment are often unaware of the potential health and financial consequences they could face.
Date:
Monday 3rd February 2014

HSMC seminar for LGBT History month

Description
At this seminar, Sarah Carr will present the findings of a new Health Services Management Centre Policy Paper on the role of small community organisations in supporting seldom heard groups.
Date:
Thursday 23rd January 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

NHS Management Training Scheme named as top 10 graduate employer

Description
The NHS graduate management training scheme, jointly awarded by the Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) and Manchester Business School (MBS), has once again been recognised as one of the country's most popular graduate training schemes, appearing in the top ten of the latest issue of The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers.
Date:
Monday 20th January 2014
Categories:
Social Sciences, Students

NHS staff do a fantastic job, it's time we gave them more credit

Description
HSMC's Jon Glasby writes for 'The Conversation' in an article 'NHS staff do a fantastic job, it's time we gave them more credit'.
Date:
Monday 20th January 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Obesity: Why you are not always just what you eat

Description
Dr Kate Warren is Registrar in Public Health at the HSMC and discusses obesity: Why you are not always what you eat.
Date:
Friday 17th January 2014
Categories:
Social Sciences

In 2014 will the NHS start to put the patient first?

Description
Mark Newbold, Chief Executive of the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and Honorary Senior Fellow at HSMC, asks the question 'In 2014, will the NHS start to put the patient first?
Date:
Wednesday 15th January 2014
Categories:
Social Sciences

Does doctor know best? A new approach to evidence based health care

Description
Leading health care experts have today called for a fresh approach to evaluating treatment amid claims that dog walking and singing classes can lead to greater health improvements than traditional medicine for some patients. A new policy paper published by the Health Service Management Centre at the University of Birmingham argues that the NHS has become too dominated by quantitative and medically orientated notions of what constitutes valid evidence and suggests there needs to be a shift in focus from services to outcomes.
Date:
Monday 18th November 2013
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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