CHASM members continue to play an active role in supporting the Social Policy Association – the professional association for lecturers, researchers and students of social policy in the UK and internationally.
The number of older people needing social care in the UK is predicted to rise, as is the proportion of the population who have to pay for care using their own resources (self-funders).
In March 2019, CHASM completed the leadership of an 18 month project for the Money and Pensions Service (MAPS) it had overseen with various partners. Read more.
Dr Rahmayani Johan is Lecturer at Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Faculty of Human Ecology, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia.
Professor Phillimore to visit the University of Melbourne as a Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow
By Jeanine Hourani, Research Associate at Centre for Health Equality, Gender and Women's Health Unit, University of Melbourne.
Professor Jenny Phillimore, Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity and Project Lead, writes fifteen months into the SEREDA project.
Dr Alistair Hewison explores the development of the 'Nursing Now' campaign, fighting to improve heath, achieve greater gender equality and increase economic growth
On Thursday 27 June, CHASM welcomed delegates from local government, social housing, charities and universities to debate the role of home ownership and other housing tenures as a source of wealth and welfare.
Five University of Birmingham academics have been honoured with a Founders' Award for Excellence at this year's Chancellor's Dinner.
Should hospitals have doctors as Chief Executives: New blog by Charlotte Grainger, qualified doctor from the University of Birmingham, graduate of the Health Management and Leadership intercalated programme.
System leadership: progress occurs at the speed of trust: new blog by Professor Sir Chris Ham, former chief executive of the Kings Fund