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Entrepreneurial Persistence of the Underprivileged in the Informal Sector during the Pandemic

Date
07/12/2022
Location:
University House Room 106
Description
Entrepreneurial Persistence of the Underprivileged in the Informal Sector during the Pandemic

How healthcare chief executives craft discretion in their roles

Date
12/01/2023
Location:
Zoom
Description
How healthcare chief executives craft discretion in their roles
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Why are so many people resigning from jobs? (And what can a manager can do about it?)

An office worker with their belongings in a box
Description:
By Dr Scott Taylor, Professor in Leadership & Organisation Studies, Department of Management
Date:
12 November 2021

Study shows remote home monitoring models can support COVID-19 patients and reduce demand on hospital services

Remote monitoring- Inside
Description:
A study shows effective coordination between primary and secondary care to set up and deliver remote home monitoring models can help patients and reduce demand on hospital services during the period of COVID-19.
Date:
24 June 2021

University of Birmingham teams up with ARAI on transport research

Description:
University of Birmingham and The Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) agreeing to identify joint research interests
Date:
08 March 2021

The NHS White Paper: evolution or revolution?

Health Secretary Matt Hancock
Description:
Does the NHS White Paper go with the grain of policy and practice or risks getting lost in the long grass of bureaucratic change.
Date:
25 February 2021

Postgraduate researchers support GloPent World 2020

Description:
Debate, exchange of ideas, presentations, and networking opportunities on the topic of 'Mapping Global Pentecostal Issues'.
Date:
17 December 2020

The Christmas Promise of Social Enterprise

Description:
By Dr Scott Taylor, University of Birmingham, and Rosie Ginday MBE, Miss Macaroon
Date:
10 December 2020

Vertical Integration has protected some GP practices from closing down says new study

GP Talking to a patient
Description:
In several places in the UK, GP practices are now being run by NHS hospitals, enabling some GP practices to continue that would otherwise have closed, says a new study.
Date:
01 December 2020

Hinduism and Faith Leadership: In conversation with Dr Andrew Davies and Raaj Shamji

Description:
As part of the launch of our new MPA Faith Based Leadership programme, Dr Andrew Davies interviews community leader and activist Raaj Shamji to discuss Faith Leadership and Hinduism.
Date:
25 November 2020

New research on Primary Care Networks reports significant progress, and challenges ahead

GP talking to patients
Description:
Primary care networks need to increase the engagement of GP practices and wider primary care teams, and strengthen their leadership and management, to become firmly established to meet the challenges ahead.
Date:
10 November 2020

Retail in a Post COVID World: Reflections and Future Directions

Description:
By Dr Sarah Montano, Department of Marketing.
Date:
04 November 2020

Remote work and worker well-being during the pandemic

Description:
By Dr Daniel Wheatley, Department of Management.
Date:
02 November 2020

COVID-19 bringing new life to dying high streets

Description:
By Dr Sarah Montano, Department of Marketing.
Date:
05 August 2020
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