Research published by TSRC on the decline in charity income is highlighted by Civil Society news
As the NHS braces for its tough winter period, which traditionally runs from 30 November to the end of February, new research proves how vital PPE is to the mental wellbeing of healthcare workers.
In this latest seminar, scholars discussed some of the pressing questions of the day related to democratic backsliding, recent elections and the COP 26 Summit.
Professor Andy Mullineux writes about COP26, responsible capitalism and the dumping of raw sewage from water companies.
A collection of findings based on the COVID Oximetry @home evaluation from RSET and BRACE in collaboration with Imperial College London and Health Foundation
News item about the first stage in a collaboration to lead Public Involvement national research in adult social care.
Jason Schaub has been awarded two grants one of which is for a study entitled 'Understanding the Social Care Assessment Journey of Older LGBTQ+ People.
Professor Judith Smith and colleagues have undertaken various national and local evaluations of integrated care over the past ten years.
In a special POLSIS seminar Anand Menon from UK in a Changing Europe discussed Britain After Brexit with staff and students.
By Professor Andy Mullineux, Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business, Emeritus Professor of Financial Economics
A virtual workshop is being held to develop a new engagement and research agenda for indigenous people on the move.
IRiS Director, Professor Nando Sigona, discusses how the Belerus border crisis with Poland loses sight of the people trapped in the middle in The Conversation.