Events in the School of Social Policy

Keep up-to-date with the latest events from across the School of Social Policy. 

Forthcoming events

CHASM Annual Conference

Date
21/06/2017
Location:
Euston, Friends Meeting House, London
Description
The theme of this year's CHASM annual conference is 'financial decision-making in later life – risks, challenges and opportunities'.
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Can patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) be both an indicator of care quality and a tool to manage individual patients?

Date
27/06/2017
Location:
Rooms G04/G05 Public Health Building, University of Birmigham
Description
This presentation will draw on findings from a realist synthesis of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) feedback to discuss the tensions between using aggregated PROMS data as an organisational quality improvement strategy and individual PROMS data in the care of individual patients.
Categories:
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Social Sciences

Putting STPs into action: New insights into priority setting and service change

Date
03/07/2017
Location:
24 Monument Street, London EC3R 8AJ, Monument Place
Description
Join us at Mills and Reeve and University of Birmingham STPs workshop to hear from some of the leading minds in service redesign and a first look at some new research into service prioritisation and decommissioning.
Categories:
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Social Sciences

Inheritance tax: what lessons can we learn from the Irish CAT system for our most disliked of taxes?

Date
04/07/2017
Location:
Room 415 Muirhead Tower
Description
CHASM Associate Sally Antrobus (University of Plymouth) will speak to us about her current work exploring development possibilities for the UK's Inheritance tax system.
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Coming home: primary health care reform in Australia

Date
04/07/2017
Location:
Courtyard Room, Park House
Description
This seminar will share practice and research insights from health care home implementation in Australia. Speakers will be Professor Claire Jackson (Director, Centres for Primary Care Reform Research Excellence & Past President, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners) and Caroline Nicholson (Director, Mater UQ Centre for Primary Health Care Innovation).
Categories:
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Social Sciences
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