IRiS announces new research project: 'Rebordering Britain and Britons after Brexit (MIGZEN)' under the ESRC's Governance after Brexit programme.
In several places in the UK, GP practices are now being run by NHS hospitals, enabling some GP practices to continue that would otherwise have closed, says a new study.
The University of Birmingham maintains its place among the top 50 places in the world to study in seven subjects, according to a prestigious global survey of universities.
Mark Exworthy and Russell Mannion win prestigious Emerald Award.
Prof Judith Smith, Sarah Parkinson and Dr Manbinder Sidhu discuss in their evaluation, concerns pertaining to PCNs, its increasing progress and, its collective working with various practices.
A discussion of evidence based practice when assessing sexual behaviours in children and young people.
Covid-19 has brought unprecedented changes to how we live, work and think. This blog reflects on the considerable implications for the voluntary sector
A study based on narratives from primary care practitioners, documenting their experiences during the pandemic.
What will the impact of Covid-19 be on charities in England and Wales?
Dr Kayleigh Garthwaite receives Philip Leverhulme prize and funding to advance research into the growth and corporatisation of charitable food in the UK
IRiS Director Professor Nando Sigona took part in BBC Radio 4's The Briefing Room on "Britain's immigration dilemma" hosted by award winning journalist David Aaranovitch.
The University of Birmingham to be a partner in a new project led by Rape Crisis England & Wales (RCEW)