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Populism, pestilence and plague in the time of coronavirus

Description
This new article explores right-wing populist responses to the pandemic using fascistic themes developed by Albert Camus in his novel The Plague.
Date:
Thursday 7th January 2021
Categories:
Social Sciences

Can Primary Care Networks and Models of Vertical Integration Coexist in the NHS?

Description
Colleagues from HSMC and Rand Europe discuss whether Primary Care Networks and Models of Vertical Integration can coexist.
Date:
Tuesday 8th December 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

How hospitals could step in to help manage GP practices

Description
New research from the BRACE Centre reveals how hospitals could step in to help manage GP practices.
Date:
Friday 4th December 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

HSMC Professors win Emerald Literati Award

Description
Mark Exworthy and Russell Mannion win prestigious Emerald Award.
Date:
Monday 23rd November 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

Primary care networks: getting into their stride?

Description
Prof Judith Smith, Sarah Parkinson and Dr Manbinder Sidhu discuss in their evaluation, concerns pertaining to PCNs, its increasing progress and, its collective working with various practices.
Date:
Tuesday 17th November 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

Evidence based practice when assessing sexual behaviours in children and young people: Ideology versus research

Description
A discussion of evidence based practice when assessing sexual behaviours in children and young people.
Date:
Thursday 12th November 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

The impact of Covid-19 on primary care practitioners: transformation, upheaval and uncertainty

Description
A study based on narratives from primary care practitioners, documenting their experiences during the pandemic.
Date:
Thursday 5th November 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences

Shifting Shapes: how can local care markets support personalised outcomes?

Description
The University of Birmingham team were asked by Department of Health and Social Care to look at different approaches to shaping care markets, and which work best.
Date:
Tuesday 3rd November 2020
Categories:
Social Sciences
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