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 Seminar: distributional balance sheets of South African households

Date
20/04/2017
Location:
Birmingham Business School, University House - Room 105
Description
This seminar will provide details of a number of recent projects undertaken by the UNISA Research Group. In particular it will include interim results of a project, undertaken in conjunction with the World Bank, aiming at getting an understanding of the distributional household balance sheet dynamics of South Africa and the linkages between such balance sheet outcomes and human capabilities.
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

New models of out of hospital care: learning from New Zealand

Date
02/05/2017
Location:
HSMC (Park House), University of Birmigham
Description
HSMC and the Strategy Unit have arranged a one-day international masterclass to share learning from New Zealand's primary care networks.
Categories:
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Social Sciences

Developing the primary health care home: insights from New Zealand

Date
02/05/2017
Location:
Forum Lecture Theatre, Medical School, University of Birmigham
Description
This seminar will provide an unique opportunity to learn directly from the experiences of the Midland Health Network in New Zealand which has been at the leading edge of work to implement the Health Care Home model in Australasia.
Categories:
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Social Sciences

European Health Policy Group (EHPG) meeting

Date
11 - 12/05/2017
Location:
HSMC, Park House (G19 on the campus map)
Description
The EPHG offers an opportunity for presenters and participants (from students to Professors) to take part in an in-depth discussion of papers focussed on contemporary issues in European Health Policy.
Categories:
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Social Sciences

HCRN Seminar: Creating a Circular Economy in Housing

Date
22/05/2017
Location:
Room 710 Muirhead Tower
Description
Creating a circular economy (CE) within the built environment is one of today's big societal challenges. Professor Vincent Gruis explores the challenges in creating housing that is not only energy efficient, but resource efficient, leading to the next step in creating a sustainable housing provision.
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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