Dr Sophie King-Hill explains why the Casey report's findings of misogyny in the Met is an issue for all of society, not just the police service.
With concern growing about people with learning disabilities and autism being admitted to ‘long-stay’ hospitals, how can we help them rebuild their lives?
Dr Sophie-King Hill argues the recent government announcement of brining a review of sex education in schools forward could cause more harm than good.
Steve Gulati on whether we should be concerned about the planned reduction in specialist EDI posts within the NHS.
Former HSMC staff member and Director of NHS Elect, Mike Davidge pays tribute to the late John Yates
Professor Judith Smith shares insights into the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement and the NHS
In Black History Month, Steve Gulati explores the debate around leadership development for ethnic minority groups and individuals in the National Health Service
Former NHS General Management Trainee Sarah Morgan, reflects on the recent HSMC conference celebrating its 50th anniversary.
BRACE Rapid Evaluation Centre and colleagues examine how communities of practice developed and shared knowledge about the pandemic ahead of the covid-19 inquiry
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.
Dr Amarpreet Kaur reflects on starting her role at HSMC during the Covid-19 pandemic.
HSMC has partnered with the College of Medical and Dental Sciences to develop a leadership development programme for clinicians in the West Midlands NHS.
Darya Ibrahim shares experiences of undertaking HSMC's intercalated degree in conjunction with the Medical School.
Professor Russell Mannion and colleagues have undertaken research funded by The Health Foundation to asses the impact of Covid-19 in mental health services.
HSMC Director, Dr Ross Millar reflects on HSMC at 50's alumni event
The origins of Park House.. the home of the Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) by Rachel Posaner
Professor Mark Exworthy and colleagues claim that the new National Clinical Impact Awards (NCIAs) are insensitive to the needs of the wider NHS workforce.
New research on telephone triage in primary care finds that it does not disadvantage patients with multimorbidity in terms of access to care.
Dr Sophie King-Hill and colleagues have coordinated a cross-university initiative to offer dynamic sexual violence workshops to medical students.
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.
Jon Glasby is a qualified social worker by background and Director of IMPACT, the UK centre for implementing evidence in adult social care.
Steve Gulati reflects on HSMC's tradition of sharing knowledge and encouraging debate through events and seminars.
The Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) will be hosting this year's OBHC Conference between Mon 12th – Wed 14th September 2022.
For LGBTQ + History Month 2022, Dr Spohie King looks back over the impact of the Local Government Act 1988, particularly the notorious Section 28.
Professor Judith Smith, current Director of HSMC, reflects on the key contributions made by HSMC to health policy and management
Professor Russell Mannion to present at the 36th Annual HSR lecture
Dr Sophie King-Hill receives funding to lead on new project seeking to reduce the harmful sexual behaviours in children and young people
Understanding vertical integration between primary care medical practices and the organisations running acute hospitals
The study looks at early evidence on implementation and development of PCNs, motivations to participate and what enables or inhibits progress.
A collection of findings based on the COVID Oximetry @home evaluation from RSET and BRACE in collaboration with Imperial College London and Health Foundation
Professor Judith Smith and colleagues have undertaken various national and local evaluations of integrated care over the past ten years.
The Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) and Birmingham Business School have collaborated to design and deliver a new online MBA Clinical Leadership
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.
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.
Professor Russell Mannion (HSMC) to give keynote at German conference on "Context and Culture in Health Services Research".
The book, which includes a chapter by HSMC Senior Fellow Steve Gulati, captures how individuals, organisations and governments adapted to a pandemic with profound health and socio-economic ramifications.
As part of the UoB report Addressing the Climate Challenge, HSMC's Steve Gulati and Catherine Weir explore the role of service innovation and public sector leadership in sustainable healthcare.
Catherine Needham discusses the new social care reform plan in 'The Conversation'
Professor Mark Exworthy gives insight into the term donated labour and why this is problematic that is has become work place culture.
Staff at the Universities of Birmingham, Surrey, Cardiff and Macquarie are undertaking research on unprofessional behaviour in health care settings.
Interim findings from an evaluation of the Children & Young People's Mental Health Trailblazer programme, supporting mental health & wellbeing in schools
Initial findings from an early evaluation of the government's Children and Young People's Mental Health Implementation Programme show gaps in children's mental health provision remain
On the 73rd birthday of the NHS, Professor Martin Powell reflects on the principles of the health system and how there is cause for being both optimistic and pessimistic.
Dr King-Hill discusses what can teachers do to create a safer environment for all students.
This year's HSRUK Conference 2021 will be taking place between 6th-8thJuly 2021 and members of the Birmingham, RAND and Cambridge Evaluation (BRACE) Centre will be delivering several presentations and workshops.
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.
HSMC academic Dr Sophie King-Hill calls for a national approach from a policy level to tackle sexual behaviours in schools.
Dr Sophie King-Hill looks at what needs to be done to address the complex issues surrounding sexual behaviour choices in children and young people.
Senior academics from the School of Social Policy at the University of Birmingham respond to the Health and Social Care Select Committee inquiry..
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.
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.
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
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.
Does the NHS White Paper go with the grain of policy and practice or risks getting lost in the long grass of bureaucratic change.
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.
Professor Mannion will speak at this national event which will be addressing bullying, discrimination, harassment and incivility in healthcare.
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.
New HSMC report evaluating two national leadership development programmes – the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Nye Bevan Programmes
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.
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.
Researchers from BRACE participate in a rapid evaluation of the national NHS remote home monitoring model for COVID-19 patients
Following the development of new vaccines in our fight against the SARS-CoV-2, Dr Williams and colleagues explore the priority setting decisions will need to be made .
This new article explores right-wing populist responses to the pandemic using fascistic themes developed by Albert Camus in his novel The Plague.