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The beguiling simplicity of common sense

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An incisive blog on the role of common sense in leadership
Date:
Wednesday 20th May 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

Rationing resources in a time of pandemic: can ethical principles help us?

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A discussion around the physical resource limitations in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
Date:
Monday 18th May 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

Coaching, conscience and compassion: the governance of healthcare organisations in a time of Covid-19

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Professor Judith Smith on the vital role of steadying, supportive, values-led governance at this time of crisis.
Date:
Thursday 30th April 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

Coronavirus: what does it mean when the government says they're 'following the science'?

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What does it mean when government says they're "following the science"? Professor Martin Powell and Dr Sophie King-Hill discuss.
Date:
Wednesday 29th April 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

Organising care in a time of COVID-19: Call for contributions

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We are collating together the experiences of health care systems around the world into a collection which will make a unique comparative analysis of the policy and organisational responses to COVID-19.
Date:
Monday 27th April 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

Will COVID-19 forever change our view on what conditions can be managed outside of critical care?

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Examining the use of non-invasive ventilation for different respiratory failure conditions outside critical care.
Date:
Friday 24th April 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

New Centre for Regulatory Science & Innovation

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Today Birmingham Health Partners announces the launch of its Centre for Regulatory Science and Innovation.
Date:
Thursday 23rd April 2020

Coronavirus crisis is a turning point for the NHS – for good or bad we just don't know yet

Description
Mark Exworthy takes stock of the profound changes that are happening and what these may mean for future health service delivery and policy.
Date:
Wednesday 22nd April 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences
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