Dr Edward Brunsdon and Dr Margaret May have been re-appointed as Honorary Research Fellows at the University of Birmingham to continue their research work in CHASM.
In partnership with East Devon District Council (EDDC) and Live West Housing, we have been exploring the relationship between housing tenure, wellbeing and life-chances. Here is the second set of survey results.
Professor Mark Exworthy and Dr Simon Moralee,Senior Lecturer in Healthcare Management at Alliance Manchester Business School, are to co-chair a panel symposia at this year's OBHC Conference.
Steve Gulati, Director of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Programme, University of Birmingham discusses how leaders respond to extraordinary events
By Andy Lymer, Professor of Accounting and Taxation and Director of the Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM) at the University of Birmingham.
IRiS's Prof Jenny Phillimore and Dr Marisol Reyes published a report detailing the wider effects of the Community Sponsorship Scheme (UK), with knowledge about, and attitudes to, refugees in less-diverse communities.
IRiS announces new director: Professor Nando Sigona takes the lead of the Institute from founding director Professor Jenny Phillimore.
HSMC Senior Fellow Iain Snelling will be speaking on the topic of "Leadership development for trainee doctors" as a part of the Institute for Health Policy and Organisation seminar series.
A BMJ article written by Russell Mannion, and Huw Davies has been downloaded over 38,000 times!
Do you or a family member have experience of organising and paying for social care? Taking part in this study will involve talking to a researcher about your experiences, after which you will receive £20 for your time.
The Universities of Birmingham and Manchester and the NHS Leadership Academy are celebrating the graduation of a further 85 participants.
If news stories are to be believed, it can seem as though the NHS is in a constant state of crisis. Professor Judith Smith reviews the pressures in the NHS and discusses what needs to be done