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Event to showcase how academic research can benefit Birmingham businesses

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Cutting-edge research from Birmingham Business School will be on show next month at a unique interactive event aimed at the local business community. The Birmingham Means Business showcase will demonstrate how academic research can help businesses and voluntary organisations in the region take advantage of a booming local economy.
Date:
27/10/2014
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Understanding and improving mental health services for young people

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With a number of health and social care communities considering whether to develop their child and adolescent mental health services into a more integrated 0-25 pathway, comparative research at the University of Birmingham is exploring how such issues are approached in England, Wales and Scotland and in three Australian states.
Date:
10/11/2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

New set of standards to improve adult social care commissioning

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A new set of standards to help local authorities improve the effectiveness and quality of adult social care commissioning has been launched at the National Children and Adult Services (NCAS) Conference in Manchester.
Date:
10/11/2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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Can 'character' be taught? New online course to explore virtue ethics in education

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A new, free online course run by the University of Birmingham will help answer important questions around the issue of character in young people's education.
Date:
03/11/2014
Categories:
Social Sciences, Teaching

Dr Sandra Cooke debates moral values on BBC 4's live radio programme, the 'Moral Maze'

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Dr Sandra Cooke, is a 'witness' on the BBC 4's live radio programme, the Moral Maze.
Date:
31/10/2014
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Blog: Ebola - where are the governments?

Blog: Ebola - where are the governments?
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Written by Dr Andrew Nickson. The terrible Ebola tragedy has spawned massive coverage in the world's media of Sierra Leone and Liberia – with harrowing images of victims, relatives, health workers, doctors, and aid agency staff. Yet one key 'stakeholder' in the fight against Ebola has been notably missing from this coverage – the government of both countries. Most of us would be hard pressed to name the presidents of either country* as they have been almost invisible, and the same goes for their respective health ministers.
Date:
21/11/2014
Categories:
Social Sciences, Students

Tower Hamlets residents must be wondering why they bothered to vote

Tower Hamlets residents must be wondering why they bothered to vote
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Written by Chris Game. With a forced smile and through gritted teeth, Tower Hamlets' elected mayor, Lutfur Rahman, has announced himself willing to accept – and even "welcome" – the intervention package set out for his borough by Eric Pickles, secretary of state for communities and local government.
Date:
21/11/2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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