Health Services Management Centre

The Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) at the University of Birmingham is one of the UK's foremost centres for research, evaluation, teaching and professional development for health and social care organisations. HSMC has established a unique reputation as a 'critical friend' of the healthcare community and strives constantly to bridge the gap between research and practice.

COVID-19 research across the College of Social Sciences

News, discoveries and breakthroughs


 

Latest News and Viewpoints

Academics from the School of Social Policy submission to Health and Social Care Select Committee Inquiry on the NHS White Paper

Description:
Senior academics from the School of Social Policy at the University of Birmingham respond to the Health and Social Care Select Committee inquiry..
Date:
13 May 2021

Covid Oximetry @ Home study

Description:
A new study finds that NHS staff feel remote home monitoring methods improve patient care & also reduce the risk of staff and patients contracting Covid-19.
Date:
31 March 2021

New study says home monitoring methods can help reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19 for NHS patients and staff

working on laptop
Description:
A new study says NHS staff feel remote home monitoring methods enable improved patient care and also reduce the risk of staff and patients contracting Covid-19.
Date:
31 March 2021

Implementation of remote home monitoring models during COVID 19 pandemic

doctor on home visit viewing a medical monitoring device
Description:
Findings from a study to identify key characteristics of remote home monitoring models for COVID-19 exploring the role it has for patients and staff experiences
Date:
31 March 2021

Birmingham at the heart of a new evidence-based adult social care Centre

Campus - Old Joe Clock Face
Description:
The University of Birmingham has been announced as the lead partner of a brand new Centre for adult social care, which will aim to put evidence into practice to promote and maintain people's independence and wellbeing.
Date:
24 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

The NHS White Paper: evolution or revolution?

Description:
Following the publication of a new NHS White Paper Judith Smith and Robin Miller provide commentary on whether or not these reform proposals are an evolutionary step for the NHS and Social Care.
Date:
19 February 2021

Professor Russell Mannion to present at the forthcoming international conference on Creating Healthcare Cultures of Safety and Respect in Healthcare

Description:
Professor Mannion will speak at this national event which will be addressing bullying, discrimination, harassment and incivility in healthcare.
Date:
17 February 2021

Dr Sophie King-Hill evaluates an assessment tool for sexual behaviours in children and young people.

Description:
Dr Sophie King-Hill discusses her new publication which focuses on her recent realistic evaluation of a sexual behaviours assessment tool in children and young people.
Date:
10 February 2021

Leadership development impact evaluation

Description:
New HSMC report evaluating two national leadership development programmes – the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Nye Bevan Programmes
Date:
04 February 2021

New project on managing antimicrobial resistance launched

Description:
New survey launched for health professionals as part of a project to explore the tensions and challenges of managing the risk of antimicrobial resistance in everyday health care practice.
Date:
04 February 2021

Building trust and faith: how can we make inter-organisational collaborations in healthcare a success?

Description:
Justin Aunger and Ross Millar are carrying out a review of inter-organisational collaborations in healthcare with the aim to untangle some of the thinking around how collaboration works, why, and whom it benefits.
Date:
01 February 2021
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Health Services Management Centre (HSMC)
University of Birmingham Park House
40 Edgbaston Park Road
Birmingham
B15 2RT United Kingdom 

 

HSMC Knowledge & Evidence Service (KES)

Tel: +44(0)121 414 3672
Email: hsmc-kes@contacts.bham.ac.uk

 

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Tel: +44(0)121 414 2280
Email: hsmc-teaching@contacts.bham.ac.uk

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Email: ega-programmeteam@contacts.bham.ac.uk (top up queries)

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