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
A record 1,566 NHS managers and leaders have now graduated with a Masters in Healthcare Leadership from the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme.
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.
A new study from the University of Birmingham and the University of Oxford has found that while changes to religious diversity may lead to a short-term decrease in quality of life.
Research conducted from the Eurochildren study, led by Dr Nando Sigona, released three new reports today covering the legal, statistical and sociological aspects of the impact of Brexit on EU families.
Professor Jenny Phillimore helps develop UK Home Office Indicators of Integration Framework and its supporting documents, including an interactive toolkit and a guide to 'what works in integrating refugees.'
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.