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Posted 13 November 2018

New funding for the NHS: what happens next?

Amid discussion about exactly how much the UK Government has increased NHS funding by and what it could be spent, Professor Judith Smith, Director of the Health Services Management Centre looks at what plans we can expect for an extra £20.5bn a year by 2023–24.

Posted 13 November 2018

New funding for the NHS: what happens next?

Amid discussion about exactly how much the UK Government has increased NHS funding by and what it could be spent, Professor Judith Smith, Director of the Health Services Management Centre looks at what plans we can expect for an extra £20.5bn a year by 2023–24.

Posted 12 November 2018

IDD 10 year reunion: September 2018

In September, a group of 16 former IDD students gathered at the University of Birmingham for a 10 year anniversary weekend. For most people, it was the first time they'd seen each other since graduating in the summer of 2008.

Posted 12 November 2018

Staying stable in a world of financial uncertainty

Radman Selmic, Research Fellow: "Better education and support to clients who need it, a collective demand for transparency in finance, and improved distribution of information to clients are all needed to enhance the level of financial capability across the UK."

Posted 12 November 2018

Creative Spark British Council Grant Application Success

Dr Endrit Kromidha, Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and associate of WE LEAD, has been successful in his application for a Creative Spark Higher Education Enterprise Programme Grant funded by the British Council.

Posted 12 November 2018

Biodiversity in your shopping bag

Dr Delphine Gibassier and Dr Nana O.Bonsu of the Centre for Responsible Business, University of Birmingham, explain why biodiversity is so important and why it's vital for children to learn about the impact they and others are having on wildlife conservation practices.

Posted 08 November 2018

EU and LGBT Politics Talk at POLSIS Departmental Seminar

The European Studies Research Group and the LGBTQ+ Network of the School of Government and Society hosted a talk on EU and LGBT Politics in the Western Balkans, by Dr Koen Slootmaeckers (City University).

Posted 08 November 2018

New research fellow vacancies in City REDI

Applications are now open for a new Research Fellow, Senior Research Fellow and Productivity Translation Fellow at the City Region Economic and Development Institute (City REDI), with the vacancies closing late November.

Posted 08 November 2018

Immigrant Women and Entrepreneurship: Same Old Story?

Dr. Natalia Vershinina, Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, discusses how we can look beyond the normative ascriptions of gender stereotypes that define women's roles in their businesses as silent and invisible - particularly in relation to immigrant females in enterprise.

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