News in the School of Social Policy

This is the latest news from the School of Social Policy, its Departments and Research Centres.


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What clinicians need to know about cancer survivors' approaches to self-management

What clinicians need to know about cancer survivors' approaches to self-management
Description
With 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:
25/07/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Aftershocks: Brexit, partnership and health

Description
As 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:
18/07/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Integration and the European Migration 'Crisis'

Description
Professor Jenny Phillimore, Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS), writes for Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs on 'Integration and the European Migration 'Crisis'.
Date:
18/07/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

IRiS research on refugee crisis in Dutch newspaper

Description
Nando Sigona interviewed by the well-respected Dutch newspaper NRC about the directions of EU border policy in the context of the refugee crisis.
Date:
18/07/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

IRiS research celebrated by the 16th conference of international association of the study of forced migration

Description
Nando Sigona delivers conference keynote address - 'The dead sea and the politics of mourning in the EU's refugee crisis'.
Date:
18/07/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

The Generation Game: Lifetime gifts, family relationships and inequality

Description
At the CASE Welfare Policy and Analysis Seminars held on 22 June at the LSE, London, CHASM's Karen Rowlingson led a seminar entitled 'The Generation Game: Lifetime gifts, family relationships and inequality'.
Date:
12/07/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Housing and Communities Group submits evidence to All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG)

Description
Professor David Mullins today responded to a call for evidence by the APPG on Housing and Planning on the problem of concentrations of empty homes.
Date:
12/07/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Evaluating integration: Unlocking the mysteries

Description
Whilst integrated care is a priority of health and care systems across the UK and indeed internationally, our understanding of how to best achieve integrated care in different contexts and for particular populations is far from perfect.
Date:
12/07/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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