HSMC and the Institute of Applied Health Research have published a strategic review to support the development of the STP's strategic plan.
Development Studies, Education, and Social Policy & Administration all feature in the Top 50 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020.
Joy Francis and and Dr Maria Haarmans,share details of the Synergi Participatory Action Research (PAR) project.
In his research, Stevie Creese seeks to understand exactly what successes and failures have occurred in the name of Parity of Esteem
Dr Karen Newbigging attends meeting at 10 Downing Street to discuss Black Asian and Minority Ethnic Mental Health.
Professor Andy Lymer, Director of CHASM, was pleased to host Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods on Monday 27 January as part of her visit to the University of Birmingham.
New research report launched 'Living on Different Incomes in London: Can public consensus identify a 'riches line'?'.
Researchers to investigate impact of shame on doctors, medical students and patients as part of major new study funded by Wellcome, which will be run by Dr Matthew Gibson.
Being able to understand our own mental health and recognise when a colleague is distressed or has a mental illness is important and may help to prevent the difficulties escalating.
Anyone can experience a mental health problem but our chances of having good or poor mental health are far from equal. And for some, the risk of poor mental health is very much higher than average.
New CHASM member, Dr Stewart Smyth, launches new vision for housing commissioned by the Northern Ireland Public Service Alliance (NIPSA).
Finding and Funding Social Care Project update.