Events in the School of Social Policy

Keep up-to-date with the latest events from across the School of Social Policy. 

Forthcoming events

How do we win the campaign to end high cost credit?

Date
25/09/2018
Location:
Albert Suite 5 - Hilton Hotel - Liverpool
Description
Join us to discuss how we can make credit fairer and to help spark an important conversation about the UK's growing reliance on high cost credit, and what this means for the 3.1 million adults using these loans. This is a fringe event at the Labour Party Conference.
Categories:
Social Sciences

Primary care for those with chronic disease: do patients, professionals and general practices agree on its future role?

Date
26/09/2018
Location:
Garden Room Park House Birmingham B15 2RT
Description
Ageing population and changing lifestyles mean that chronic disease is the leading cause of illness, death and disability across many developed nations.
Categories:
Social Sciences

Integrated Working Across Place, Systems & Neighbourhoods: Insights into Research & Practice

Date
02/10/2018
Location:
webinar
Description
This event will offer an overview of current NHS developments, international insights, and learning from existing projects.
Categories:
Social Sciences

Risk Work - Programme Launch

Date
02/10/2018
Location:
Bryant Room | The Mac Birmingham | Cannon Hill Park | B12 9QH
Description
The five-session programme allows community health work practitioners to explore the role of risk in their work and trigger discussion about some of the issues that CHWs might find most complex and what organisations can do to support them.
Categories:
Social Sciences

Improving performance in Healthcare: evaluation systems, governance tools and human resources management

Date
10/10/2018
Location:
Courtyard Room HSMC (Park House)
Description
The seminar will be presented by colleagues based at the Management and Health laboratory based at the Sant 'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa.
Categories:
Social Sciences

Immigrant Japan: mobility & belonging in an ethno-nationalist society

Date
22/10/2018
Location:
University House - Room G08
Description
The Legacy of Migration: IRIS Seminar Series 2018-2019. It is hard to imagine Japan, a society with a strong national cultural identity and a myth of racial homogeneity, as an immigrant society.
Categories:
Social Sciences
Displaying 1 to 6 of 12
Previous 1 2 Next