Two academics within Birmingham Business School have won awards as nominated and chosen by students for their excellent teaching and commitment to upholding a high standard of education.
The University of Kent and the University of Birmingham have undertaken research to understand how employees working from home have coped during the COVID-19 lockdown.
The future of work is flexible – a new academic study on home working during lockdown highlights employees' desire for more flexibility and the struggles faced by parents during the COVID-19 lockdown.
COVID-19 – Injecting Disinfectant into Social Media
New research findings on publication bias from Dr Iestyn Williams and Professor Russell Mannion
Professor Mannion has been working on a project supporting the implementation of a universal health coverage programme across.
This study explored the value of the approach of the voluntary sector in responding to people experiencing a mental health crisis.
Update on the NIHR HS&DR-funded 'Partnering for Improvement in the NHS' project.
The Black Lives Matters movement has shone a light on the culture of English schools and how well they serve Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) pupils.
The Journal of Philosophy in Schools (JPS) has a new home and a new look!
Policy makers should increase child benefit and consider difficulties faced by families on low incomes in order to avoid the COVID-19 pandemic heightening existing inequalities and creating new ones.
New NIHR study exploring the value of the approach of the voluntary sector responding to people experiencing a mental health crisis.
Findings from a research find that poorer children continue to experience educational disadvantages compared to children from wealthier households, with girls being more adversely affected than boys in India.
Now in its 2nd year, the Clinician Engineer Hub, an international network aimed at bridging the gap between medicine and engineering has launched a series of educational material in webinar form.
A webinar event hosted by Social Scientists Against the Hostile Environment entitled 'Racism, policing and the politics of surveillance in times of pandemic'.
Birmingham project 2020 report
The guide, developed by Aquarius, and researchers from Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Birmingham, is based on the evaluation of an alcohol service initiative for a Punjabi community.
Dr Needham discusses whether the current pandemic a turning point for social care reform?
New blog for Co-production week by Dr Karen Newbigging.
A reflective blog by Steve Gulati on the anniversary of the NHS.