The “Disability under Siege” research Network+ seeks to address the challenge that most children with disabilities in the Global South never go to school.
As consumers have become increasingly aware of their shopping habits and how they impact the environment, fast fashion brands have come under fire.
WMREDI investigates the impacts of megatrends in the West Midlands. Trends that existed before the impact of Covid-19 but have been accelerated by the pandemic.
Professor Russell Mannion and colleagues have undertaken research funded by The Health Foundation to asses the impact of Covid-19 in mental health services.
A new, free to access, attention training programme to help young autistic people has been launched by researchers.
The Jubilee Centres’ ‘Conversations on Character’ podcast returns for a third miniseries, focusing on the unique relationship between sport and character.
HSMC Director, Dr Ross Millar reflects on HSMC at 50's alumni event
The origins of Park House.. the home of the Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) by Rachel Posaner
Professor Mark Exworthy and colleagues claim that the new National Clinical Impact Awards (NCIAs) are insensitive to the needs of the wider NHS workforce.
New research on telephone triage in primary care finds that it does not disadvantage patients with multimorbidity in terms of access to care.
New research report launched by the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues
The University of Birmingham, in partnership with Morgan Sindall Construction, have celebrated the topping out of a new Molecular Sciences building.