ViewPoint@_HSMCentre Back to 'News' European Health Policy Group: Speaking Truth to Populism? DescriptionEstablished over 20 years ago, the European Health Policy Group (EHPG) is a collegial network which aims to stimulate international collaboration and cross-country learning for improving evidence-based health policy.Date:Wednesday 7th June 2017Categories: Research, Social Sciences Why Theresa May can't escape the fallout from her social care U-turn DescriptionThe Conversation website has just published a piece by Professor Catherine Needham of HSMC about the General Election and social care.Date:Thursday 1st June 2017Categories: Research, Social Sciences Reflections on NHS leadership – a perspective from a recently-retired Chief Executive DescriptionMary Edwards, former Chief Executive of Hampshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, gives her reflections on NHS leadership.Date:Friday 24th February 2017Categories: Social Sciences Is the crisis in the NHS as bad as the Red Cross says it is? DescriptionThe Conversation website has just published a piece by HSMC Director, Judith Smith, together with Andy Street (or York University) and Paula Lorgelly (of the Office of Health Economics) about the current NHS pressures and funding.Date:Monday 16th January 2017Categories: Research, Social Sciences Beyond Buurtzorg: What else can we learn from the Dutch about long-term care for the elderly? DescriptionThe Buurtzorg model of home care appears to be the innovation of the moment in community health and social care. Self-managing teams of nurses provide high quality care to over 10,000 people in the Netherlands.Date:Tuesday 29th November 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences Finding the answer to the crisis in General Practice DescriptionThat there is a crisis in general practice is not in doubt. The impact of escalating demand and unmanageable workload is having a devastating effect, with GPs leaving the profession in significant numbers either through early retirement, or for a career change. The extent of the crisis means something has to give. And it has.Date:Tuesday 1st November 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences Priority setting in tough times DescriptionHealth is a high priority for the public - this is the case the world over. UK health spending has increased almost every year since the NHS was established and the Government has 'protected' the NHS in recent years - relative to other aspects of public spendingDate:Monday 10th October 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences Hard Times for Public Health DescriptionRecent years have seen dramatic changes to the structure of our public health system in England, triggered by the 2012 Health and Social Care Act. Last month's Health Select Committee report scrutinises how the changes are working in practice.Date:Tuesday 4th October 2016Categories: Research, Social Sciences Displaying 1 to 8 of 107 Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … Next HSMC News Tweets by @_HSMCentre Browser does not support script.