Commentary and blogs

IHPO members are very active, and widely publish their commentaries - here is a small selection of their blog contributions.

IHPO webinars

The Institute for Health Policy and Organisation has hosted three webinars as a part of its regular seminar sessions. All webinars are available to view below (scroll down for the full list of webinars). 

On 28th April 2020, David Buck from The King’s Fund discussed the topic "The English public health reforms: Success or failure?".

On 4th May 2020, Prof Gianluca Veronesi from the University of Bristol discussed his recent paper on topic "Professional Re-Stratification and the (Defensive) Adaptation of Status Hierarchy: Medical Management in English Public Hospitals”.

On 17th June 2020, Dr Owen Williams from the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust discussed his research on topic "Passing through the gates of “conscience cleansing” and “diversiasm” to a public sector world of more BAME CEOs".


    Other activities

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    Question, evaluate, transform (PDF)
    Summer 2019. This brochure celebrates all the great work done inthe  Health Services Research Centre (HSRC). HSRC work is now part of IHPO. 

    In the rush to implement Integrated Care Systems, don’t forget Health and Wellbeing Boards 
    Anna Coleman.  6 August 2019. Policy@Manchester blogs.

    Maximising the potential of new non-medical professional roles in general practice: Lessons from Greater Manchester
    Pauline Nelson. 4 June 2019.  Policy@Manchester blogs. 

    New horizons (PDF)
    Damian Hodgson and Kath Checkland. Spring 2009. AMBS Research magazine, Issue 4, pages 16-17.

    Fixing the NHS in England: what do NHS England’s proposed changes to legislation mean?
    Kath Checkland. 30 April 2019. Policy@Manchester blogs. 

    Integrating community pharmacy services in primary care: making better use of our healthcare venues
    Ali Hindi, Sally Jacobs and Ellen Schafheutle. 6 March 2019. Policy@Manchester blogs. 

    When is a plan not a plan? Reflections on the NHS Long Term Plan
    Kath Checkland and Jon Hammond. 14 January 2019. Policy@Manchester blogs.