ViewPoint@_HSMCentre In 'ViewPoint@HSMCentre' ViewPoint@_HSMCentre Back to 'News' Priorities 2016 summary DescriptionBy Paul Mark Mitchell, Health Economist at the University Of Bristol. This was my first experience of the biennial conference organised by the International Society on Priorities in Health Care.Date:Thursday 29th September 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences Addressing delays in discharge – a case of integrated care in action? DescriptionA report by the National Audit Office (NAO) published earlier this year estimated that delays in discharging medically fit patients from hospital were costing £820m a year. In spite of many organisations across the country introducing various measures to reduce delays in discharges, the NAO reports that the number of delays has risen by a third in the past two years equating to more than 1.1 million days.Date:Friday 29th July 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences What clinicians need to know about cancer survivors' approaches to self-management DescriptionWith more people surviving cancer than ever before we need to focus on how to support cancer survivors to live well post-cancer. For some cancer survivors, the chronic nature of some of the side-effects from cancer and its treatment can be debilitating and exhausting, resulting in assaults to their physical, psychological and emotional health and wellbeing.Date:Monday 25th July 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences Junior doctor contract dispute: nearing the end? DescriptionProfessor Mark Exworthy from the Health Services Management Centre, considers prospects for cordial relations between doctors and the government.Date:Thursday 21st July 2016Categories: Social Sciences Aftershocks: Brexit, partnership and health DescriptionAs a Director working in Europe but no longer living in it, my first experience of post-Brexit life was to meet a few shell shocked colleagues on the 6.50am train out of St Pancras and to be greeted with condolences at my first meetings in Brussels.Date:Monday 18th July 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences Weak Ties, Spanners and Babel Fish: The essential ingredients of system leadership DescriptionHow many ties, spanners and babel fish does it take to change a system? No. it's not a joke but a real question, about how we develop system leadership.Date:Monday 4th July 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences The NHS and Brexit DescriptionWritten by by Professor Mark Exworthy, Health Services Management Centre. "The scale of re-couped EU membership costs is relatively marginal in the overall NHS finances."Date:Tuesday 21st June 2016 It's not unusual? Developing social business models in Welsh health and social care DescriptionFor over a decade, England has used social business models in health and social care as an attractive alternative to either state monopolies or privatisation. This includes the organisational models of social enterprise, co-operatives and micro enterprises, which are seen as having a healthy balance of social and business aims.Date:Monday 20th June 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences Displaying 1 to 8 of 102 Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … Next HSMC News Tweets by @_HSMCentre Browser does not support script.