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‘Why are we stuck in hospital?’

Long, empty hospital corridor with an exit sign pointing to a door on the left

With concern growing about people with learning disabilities and autism being admitted to ‘long-stay’ hospitals, how can we help them rebuild their lives?

John Yates obituary

Former HSMC staff member and Director of NHS Elect, Mike Davidge pays tribute to the late John Yates

As good as it gets

A knitted NHS banner tied around a tree

Professor Judith Smith shares insights into the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement and the NHS

Migration – A Personal Story

Steve Gulati

Steve Gulati reflects on his and his family's experiences as first and second generation migrants, and also the contribution of migrant workers in the NHS.

Joining a Legacy

Amarpreet Kaur

Dr Amarpreet Kaur reflects on starting her role at HSMC during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Park House....a history

Park House

The origins of Park House.. the home of the Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) by Rachel Posaner

Reflections on clinical leadership

A Stethoscope

In our latest blog, as part of the 50th anniversary series, Dr Christiane Shrimpton provides us with personal reflection on the impact of the Bevan programme.

HSMC at 50: a retrospective

Professor Judith Smith, current Director of HSMC, reflects on the key contributions made by HSMC to health policy and management

MBA Clinical Leadership

The Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) and Birmingham Business School have collaborated to design and deliver a new online MBA Clinical Leadership

Steve Gulati: NHS leadership and me

Steve Gulati

NHS Leadership Academy Director Steve Gulati on his labyrinthine career journey, his passion for guiding BAME leaders through NHS management, and how his wife's cancer battle put his work—and life—into perspective.

Lesson-drawing for policy makers during a crisis

Professor Martin Powell (HSMC), Dr Sophie King-Hill (HSMC) and Professor Ian Greener (University of Strathclyde) publish analysis of UK media coverage from the first months of the COVID pandemic.

NHS staff still going the extra mile

Professor Mark Exworthy gives insight into the term donated labour and why this is problematic that is has become work place culture.

Covid Oximetry @ Home study

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.

The NHS White Paper: evolution or revolution?

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.