News in the School of Social Policy

This is the latest news from the School of Social Policy, its Departments and Research Centres.


Nursing Now - Nursing Leadership


Dr Alistair Hewison explores the development of the 'Nursing Now' campaign, fighting to improve heath, achieve greater gender equality and increase economic growth

CHASM Conference 2019 – Housing, Wealth and Wellbeing

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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.

Should hospitals have doctors as Chief Executives?

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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: sped by trust?

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System leadership: progress occurs at the speed of trust: new blog by Professor Sir Chris Ham, former chief executive of the Kings Fund

Space-Based Leadership: the real challenge in systems


There is a growing focus on 'place-based leadership' in health and social care systems: New blog by Belinda Weir, Lead for Systems Leadership, Director of Leadership and Senior Lecturer, Health Service Management Centre.

Mental health service delivery for 16-25 year olds

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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.

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