Birmingham researchers have worked with colleagues at the University of Melbourne to research mental health policy and service delivery models for 16-25 year olds in the UK and Australia.
Jon Glasby and Siân Thomas discuss research at the University of Birmingham which focuses on the needs of the carers of people with dementia in different societies.
Dr Sam Finnikin, academic GP at the University of Birmingham, reflects on the latest Centre lecture which considers what GP leadership will look like in the future.
University of Birmingham helps drive changes to adult social services with Birmingham City Council.
As part of TSRC's Change in the Making research study, on the 19th March 2019 we hosted a seminar on Collaborative Commissioning. In this blog Elizabeth Cookingham Bailey reflects on the event and its significance.
Professor Barbara Fawcett and Dr Kelly Hall have undertaken a very successful visit to South Korea on behalf of the School of Social Policy and the University.
Dr Zoe Wyrko, Associate Medical Director and Consultant Physician at University Hospital Birmingham, reflects on the NHS reaching a healthy 100th birthday.
The Institute for Research into Superdiversity, in partnership with the Institute of Asian Migrations (IAM), Waseda University, have been awarded funding from the Japan Foundation to hold an international symposium.