Dr Sam Finnikin, academic GP at the University of Birmingham, reflects on the latest Centre lecture which considers what GP leadership will look like in the future.
University of Birmingham helps drive changes to adult social services with Birmingham City Council.
In this blog Elizabeth Cookingham Bailey reflects on the Collaborative Commissioning seminar hosted by TSRC.
Professor Barbara Fawcett and Dr Kelly Hall have undertaken a very successful visit to South Korea on behalf of the School of Social Policy and the University.
Dr Zoe Wyrko, Associate Medical Director and Consultant Physician at University Hospital Birmingham, reflects on the NHS reaching a healthy 100th birthday.
The Institute for Research into Superdiversity, in partnership with the Institute of Asian Migrations (IAM), Waseda University, have been awarded funding from the Japan Foundation to hold an international symposium.
In her acclaimed new book, Dr Rachel Humphris seeks to open up new questions for academic and political debates about citizenship, migration and belonging.
Charitable food aid is a sticking plaster on a gaping wound of systemic inequality in the UK and US.
It is fifty years since what most people think of as the first NHS inquiry, what have we learnt?
Professor Jenny Phillimore speaking at TEDx at the University of Birmingham on 'Symbolic Violence and Refugees: Where is the Harm?'
CHASM's financial inclusion research and activities are being showcased across the nation in the University of Birmingham 'Heroes' campaign 2019.
CHASM have helped to develop a fascinating infographic to summarise the first year results of a project examining the links between social tenancies and personal wellbeing.