Virginia Berridge, Martin Gorsky and Alex Mold, Public Health in History (Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2011)
Virginia Berridge ‘House on the hill: Victorian style’ Druglink 26:2 (2011), 12-14.
Virginia Berridge (with Nadja van Ginneken and Simon Lewin) ‘What can be learnt from historical analysis? Community health workers and health policy in South Africa. A response to van Rensburg, H.C.J., Wouters, E., and de Wet, K.’s critique (in this issue)’ Social Science and Medicine 72 (2011), 1025-1027 (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277953611000682)
Virginia Berridge (with Jane McGregor) ‘Local and National Policy Making for Alcohol: Nottingham, UK, 1950-2007’, The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs 25, (2011), 148-164.
Martin Gorsky (with Harris, B., Guntupalli, A., Hinde, A.) ‘Ageing, Sickness and Health in England and Wales during the Mortality Transition’ Social History of Medicine (2011), 24(3), 643-665.
Martin Gorsky (with Harris, B., Guntupalli, A., Hinde, A) ‘Long-term changes in sickness and health: further evidence from the Hampshire Friendly Society’ The Economic History Review (2011).
Martin Gorsky ‘Local government health services in interwar England: problems of quantification and interpretation’ Bulletin for the History of Medicine (2011), 85(3), 384-412.
Martin Gorsky (with Guntupalli, A., Harris, B., Hinde, A.) ‘The “cultural inflation of morbidity” during the English mortality decline: a new look’ Social Science and Medicine (2011).
Martin Gorsky ‘A history of Doughty’s Hospital Norwich, 1687-2009’ Economic History Review.
Susanne MacGregor ‘The Impact of Research on Policy in the Drugs Field’ Methodological Innovations Online (2011) 6 (1) 41-57
Susanne MacGregor and Anthony Thickett ‘Partnerships and communities in English drug policy: the challenge of deprivation’ International Journal of Drug Policy 22 (2011) 478-490
Susanne MacGregor ‘Policy responses to the drugs problem’ in Responding to Drug Misuse: research and policy priorities in health and social care (editor) Routledge : 1-13
Susanne MacGregor ‘Evidence and new policy questions’ in Responding to Drug Misuse: research and policy priorities in health and social care (editor) Routledge : 203-212
Alex Mold, ‘Making the Patient-Consumer in Margaret Thatcher’s Britain’, The Historical Journal, 54:2 (2011) pp. 509-28 http://journals.cambridge.org/repo_A82pEecH
Virginia Smith, ‘Evacuation, Repair and Beautification: Dirt and the Body’, pp 1-24, Chap 1 in DIRT: the filthy reality of everyday life, Profile Books 2011, in association with the Wellcome Collection.Back