Events

Seminars and conferences form a key part of HSMC's overall activity, and play a crucial role in the dissemination of research findings, the sharing of good practice within the health service sector, and the generation of new ideas for further research and evaluation projects. 
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Forthcoming HSMC events

Brexit, a once in a lifetime opportunity, for what and for whom?

Date
26 October 2017 (17:00-18:00)
Location:
Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre
Description
Brexit, a once in a lifetime opportunity, for what and for whom?

HSMC Academic Development Day – Patient and Public Involvement in the new NHS- Healthwatch, STP's and beyond

Date
31 October 2017 (12:00-14:00)
Location:
Courtyard Room, Park House, University of Birmigham
Description
In this seminar Professor Martin will present findings from two recent, linked studies of patient and public involvement (PPI) in the National Health Service.

Brexit: Birmingham, Britain and beyond

Date
07 November 2017 (18:00-20:00)
Description
Professor Mark Exworthy will discuss what impact will Brexit have on patients and the NHS
Managing public services in times of austerity

Managing public services in times of austerity

Date
08 November 2017 (16:00-18:00)
Location:
Health Services Management Centre
Description
In this event, senior practitioners from the NHS, police, education and local authorities will give their assessment of the ways in which non-traditional strategies to manage public service finances are being deployed. The risks and lessons of current strategies will be compared and contrasted. Analysis and commentary will be offered from a social science perspective to explain such developments.

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

Date
14 November 2017 (16:15-18:45)
Location:
Auditorium The Health Foundation 90 Long Acre London WC2E 9RA
Description
Join us on Tuesday 14 November at the Health Foundation for an evening to hear from some of the leading minds in service redesign and a first look at some new research into service prioritisation and decommissioning.
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