Publications 2013

Virginia Berridge:

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Virginia Berridge, Demons: Our Attitudes to alcohol, tobacco and drugs (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013). Listen to the podcast.

Virginia Berridge and Alex Mold, Mitchell et al. Editorial on Library Closures’ , Addiction 108, (2013), 434-435.

Virginia Berridge,  ‘Intoxicants: The Formation of Health Expertise in the Twentieth Century’ in eds Jonathan Herring, Ciaran Regan, Darin Weinberg and Phil Withington, Intoxication and Society: Problematic Pleasures of Drugs and Alcohol (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), 69-83.

Virginia Berridge, ‘The History of Health Promotion’, in eds. Liza Cragg, Maggie Davies and Wendy Macdowall, Health Promotion Theory (Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2013), 3-19.

Virginia Berridge (2013) Social Poison: The Culture and Politics of Opiate Control in Britain and France, 1821-1926. The Journal of modern history, 85 (2). pp. 415-417.

Virginia Berridge; (2013) Partnerships: survey respondents’ perceptions of inter-professional collaboration to address alcohol-related harms in England. Critical public health, 23 (1). pp. 62-76.

Martin Gorsky:

M.Gorsky & Virginia Preston eds., The Tomlinson Report and After: Reshaping London’s Health Services, 1992-1997, London: ICBH, 2013.

M. Gorsky, ‘‘To regulate and confirm inequality’? A regional history of geriatric hospitals under the English National Health Service, c.1948-c.1975’, Ageing and Society, 33, 4 , 2013, 598-625.

M. Gorsky,  ‘‘Searching for the people in charge’: appraising the 1983 Griffiths NHS Management Inquiry’, Medical History, 57, 1, 2013, 87–107.

M. Gorsky,‘The Idea of a ‘Health System’: International Health Organisations and the Genesis of Comparative Health Systems Research, 1891-1969’ in Conference Proceedings: International Health Organizations (IHOs) and the history of Health and Medicine, c.1870-2012, Shanghai: Shanghai University, 2013

M. Gorsky; (2013) Hospitals, Finance and Health System Reform in Britain and the United States, c.1910-1950: Historical Revisionism and Cross-National Comparison. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 33 (4). pp. 598-625.

Anne Hardy:

Anne Hardy, ‘An Oyster Odyssey’, in Frank Huisman and Harry Oosterhuis eds, Health and Citizenship (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2013), pp. 67-83.

Susanne MacGregor:

Susanne MacGregor ‘Barriers to the influence of evidence on policy: are politicians the problem?’ Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy June, volume 20 No 3: 225-233

Betsy Thom, Susanne MacGregor, Christine Godfrey, Rachel Herring, Charlie Lloyd, Jordan Tchilingirian and Paul Toner ‘The Alcohol Improvement Programme: evaluation of an initiative to address alcohol-related health harm in England’ Alcohol and Alcoholism,  Vol 48: 5; 585-591.

Charlie Lloyd, Betsy Thom, Susanne MacGregor, Rachel Herring, Christine Godfrey, Paul Toner, and Jordan Tchilingirian (2013) ‘Soft methods, hard targets: regional alcohol managers as a policy network’ Journal of  Substance Use, Early Online: 1–8 DOI: 10.3109/14659891.2013.808710.

Susanne MacGregor; (2013) Drink and the city: Alcohol and alcohol problems in urban UK since the 1950s. Drugs (Abingdon, England), 20 (4). pp. 343-344.

Susanne MacGregor; (2013) A Welfare Policy Patchwork: Negotiating the Public Good in Times of Transition. Addiction (Abingdon, England), 108 (8). pp. 1520-1521.

John Manton:

Geissler, PW; Kelly, AH; Manton, J; Prince, RJ; Tousignant, N; (2013) INTRODUCTION: SUSTAINING THE LIFE OF THE POLIS. Africa , 83 (4). pp. 531-538.

Manton, J; (2013) ‘ENVIRONMENTAL AKALISM’ AND THE WAR ON FILTH: THE PERSONIFICATION OF SANITATION IN URBAN NIGERIA. Africa , 83 (4). pp. 606-622.

Alex Mold:

Alex Mold, ‘Re-positioning the Patient: Patient Organizations, Consumerism and Autonomy in Britain During the 1960s and 1970s’,  Bulletin of the History of Medicine 87:2 (2013) pp. 225-249

Alex Mold and David Reubi (eds.), Assembling Health Rights in Global Context: Genealogies and Anthropologies (London: Routledge, 2013)

David Reubi and Alex Mold, ‘Introduction – global assemblages of virtue and vitality: genealogies and anthropologies of rights and health’ Alex Mold and David Reubi (eds.), Assembling Health Rights in Global Context: Genealogies and Anthropologies (London: Routledge, 2013) pp. 1-19

Virginia Berridge and Alex Mold, Mitchell et al. Editorial on Library Closures’ , Addiction 108, (2013), 434-435.

James Nicholls:

Nicholls, J. (2013) ‘United Kingdom’, in Martin S. C. ed., SAGE Encyclopedia of Alcohol. London: SAGE.

Nicholls, J. (2013) ‘Social media’, in Martin S. C. ed., SAGE Encyclopedia of Alcohol. London: SAGE

 

Jane Seymour:

Seymour, JK; (2013) Not rights but reciprocal responsibility: the rhetoric of state health provision in early twentieth-century Britain. In: Mold, Alex; Reubi, David, (eds.) Assembling Health Rights in Global Context: Genealogies and Anthropologies. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon; New York, pp. 23-41.

R. Stanwell-Smith:

R. Stanwell-Smith, Getting into blogs and other teen concerns (Editorial).  Perspectives in Public Health, 2013; 133(2):74.

R. Stanwell-Smith, Ripple effects and making a lifestyle change forever (Editorial). Perspectives in Public Health, July 2013; 133(4): 182.

R. Stanwell-Smith, The remarkable Dr. Snow, pioneer of anaesthesia, epidemiology – and handwashing.  Perspectives in Public Health, Sept 2013; 133(5): 237.

R. Stanwell-Smith, D. Zuck, The John Snow Plaque: where was 54 Frith Street?  Proceedings of the History of Anaesthesia Society 2013; 46: 23-33  http://www.histansoc.org.uk/uploads/9/5/5/2/9552670/anaesthesia_vol_46.pdf

R. Stanwell-Smith, Just desserts from our food safety culture?  (Editorial). Perspectives in Public Health, November 2013

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