Business schools began with a management mission but their research must now address some of society's big challenges, Graeme Currie writes
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Graeme Currie examines the shortcomings of UK leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic and what is required during the recovery.
To mark World Health Day, behavioural scientist Dr Umar Taj shares some of his research aimed at improving health outcomes around the globe.
Warwick Business School recently showcased its leading healthcare research at the Chartered ABS Research Exhibition in Edinburgh.
Behaviorual science experts from Warwick Business School have helped the Ministry of Health in Pakistan develop groundbreaking ringtone messages that played coronavirus information to people when they made phone calls.
Nicola Burgess reveals why a system of quality improvement is vital for hospitals in a time of crisis such as the global pandemic.
Ivo Vlaev explores how behavioural science can help first responders save more lives when racing to help people suffering a cardiac arrest.
Healthcare professionals working from hospitals to think-tanks can learn what it takes to foster innovation in health through a new online course.
The pandemic has seen healthcare produce more innovations rapidly that it ever though possible. Eivor Oborn details how healthcare professionals can maintain the momentum after COVID.