Publications 2014

Stuart Anderson:

Anderson, S; (2014) The End of Publicness? Public and Private Healthcare Organizations are Alike in all Important Respects. International Journal of Public and Private Healthcare Management and Economics , 3 (3-4). pp. 44-61

Virginia Berridge:

Virginia Berridge, Jennifer Walke and Alex Mold, ‘From inebriety to addiction: terminology and concepts in the UK, 1860-1930’, Social History of Alcohol and Drugs (2014)

Virginia Berridge, Alex Mold, Franca Beccaria, Irmgard Eisenbach-Stangl, Grażyna Herczyńska, Jacek Moskalewicz, Enrico Petrilli,  Suzanne Taylor. Addiction in Europe, 1860s-1960s: concepts and responses in Italy, Poland, Austria and the UK. Contemporary Drug Problems, 2014; 41(4):551-566.

Virginia Berridge and Alex Mold, Guest editors’ introduction; special issue on concepts of addiction in Europe, 1860s -1930s Social History of Alcohol and Drugs

Virginia Berridge, The Art of Medicine. ‘Drugs, alcohol, and the First World War’  Lancet 384, (2014), 1840-1841.

Virginia Berridge Electronic cigarettes and history. Lancet, 383  (2014), pp. 2204-5.

N. van Ginneken, S. Jain, V. Patel, V. Berridge, The development of mental health services within primary care in India: learning from oral history. Int J Ment Health Syst, 2014; 8:30.

Virginia Berridge, ‘AIDS at 30: A History’ Social History of Medicine, 2014; 27(3):620-621.

Martin Gorsky:

Gorsky, M; Lock, K; Hogarth, S; (2014) Public health and English local government: historical perspectives on the impact of ‘returning home’. Journal of public health (Oxford, England). ISSN 1741-3842 DOI: 10.1093/pubmed/fdt131 Full text not available from this repository.

M. Gorsky,‘Voluntarism’ in English Health and Welfare: Visions of History’, in S.Lucey & V.Crossman eds, Health care, voluntarism and regionalism in Ireland and Britain 1850-1950, London: Institute of Historical Research, (2014), in press.

M. Gorsky, ‘A Tale of Two Health Systems: Health Services Reform in Britain and the United States, 1900-1950’, China Journal of British Studies, ( 英美医疗卫生服务改革的比较研究 (1900-1950), 英国研究) forthcoming December, 2014, in press

M. Gorsky & Virginia Preston eds., The Resource Allocation Working Party: Origins, Implementation and Development, 1974-1990, London: ICBH, 2014

M. Gorsky,Documentary Approaches’, T. Chantler,  M.A.Durand eds, Principles of Social Research, OpUP, 2014

M. Gorsky, K. Lock, S.Hogarth, ‘Public health in English local government: historical perspectives on the impact of ‘returning home’’, Journal of Public Health, 2014 Mar 14. [Epub ahead of print: PMID: 24472776]

M. Gorsky, ‘Hospital volunteering and fundraising in historical context’, History and Policy Evidence and ConsultationsNHS and Department of Health investigations into Jimmy Savile, http://www.historyandpolicy.org/kl/mgorsky_text.pdf

M. Gorsky, ‘Public Health in English Local Government, 2001-2012. Using the Domain Dark Archive to Explore Web Representations and Practices.’ https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1SQsiDbKNdoZ1dId0JJZ1RvcDg/edit

Gorsky, M; (2014) The Care of Older People: England and Japan, a Comparative Study. Social history of medicine , 27 (3). pp. 599-601

Gorsky, M; (2014) The Passionate Economist: How Brian Abel-Smith Shaped Global Health and Social Welfare. Social history of medicine , 27 (4). pp. 833-835

Anne Hardy:

Anne Hardy, ‘Scientific strategy and ad hoc response: The problem of typhoid in America and England, c. 1910-50’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 69 (2014), pp. 3-37.

Hardy, A; (2014) An Oyster Odyssey: Science, state and commerce in England, 1895-1905. In: Huisman, F; Ooysterhuis, H, (eds.) Health and Citizenship: Political Cultures of Health in Modern Europe. Pickering & Chatto, London, pp. 67-83

Susanne MacGregor:

Susanne MacGregor Welfare: theoretical and analytical paradigms UNRISD Working Paper 2014-13
available on following link

http://www.unrisd.org/macgregor&utm_campaign=ebulletin_15_9_2014&utm_medium=email_html&utm_source=en&utm_content=content_link

Susanne MacGregor, Nicola Singleton and Franz Trautmann ‘Towards good governance in drug policy: evidence, stakeholders and politics’ International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) pp 931-934.

Susanne MacGregor and Betsy Thom (editors) (2014) Major Works in Drug and Alcohol Studies Sage Library of Health and Social Welfare (Volume One: Historical and Cultural Studies; Volume Two: Theoretical Perspectives; Volume Three: Methods and Measurements; Volume Four: Policy Approaches; Volume Five: Interventions; Volume Six: Current Trends, Continuing Issues and New Challenges with editors’ Introductions to each volume).

Paul Toner, Charlie Lloyd, Betsy Thom, Susanne MacGregor, Christine Godfrey, Rachel Herring, Jordan Tchilingirian (2014) ‘Perceptions on the role of evidence: an English alcohol policy case study’ Evidence & Policy vol 10  no 1 :  93-112.

Gareth Millward: 

Gareth Milward: ‘Social Security Policy and the Early Disability Movement—Expertise, Disability, and the Government, 1965–77,’ Twentieth Century British History, 2014.

Millward, Gareth; (2014) Invalid Definitions, Invalid Responses: Disability and the Welfare State, 1965-1995. PhD thesis, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Alex Mold:

Alex Mold, ‘Making Patients into Consumers: Past, Present and Future,’ The Lancet, (2014).

Alex Mold, ‘Public health on film’, The Lancet Infectious Diseases, 14:9 (2014) p. 803.

Virginia Berridge, Jennifer Walke and Alex Mold, ‘From inebriety to addiction: terminology and concepts in the UK, 1860-1930’, Social History of Alcohol and Drugs (2014)

Virginia Berridge, Alex Mold, Franca Beccaria, Irmgard Eisenbach-Stangl, Grażyna Herczyńska, Jacek Moskalewicz, Enrico Petrilli,  Suzanne Taylor. Addiction in Europe, 1860s-1960s: concepts and responses in Italy, Poland, Austria and the UK. Contemporary Drug Problems. 41:1 (2014) pp. 551-566.

Virginia Berridge and Alex Mold, Guest editors’ introduction; special issue on concepts of addiction in Europe, 1860s -1930s Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.

James Nicholls:

Nicholls, J; Meier, PS; Brennan, A; (2014) The impact of spatial and temporal availability of alcohol on its consumption and related harms: a critical review in the context of UK licensing policies. Drug and alcohol review, 33 (5). pp. 515-25

Nicholls, J. and Morris, J. (2014) One too many?: Sales to drunk customers – policy, enforcement and responsibility. Alcohol Research UK and the Alcohol Academy.

Mahon, L. and Nicholls, J. (2014) Using licensing to protect public health: from evidence to practice. Alcohol Research UK report.

Daisy Payling:

Payling, Daisy. ‘“Socialist Republic of South Yorkshire”: Grassroots Activism and Left-Wing Solidarity in 1980s Sheffield’, Twentieth Century British History, (2014), 25(4), 602-627.

Chistopher Sirrs:

Sirrs, C; (2014) Toxicants, Health and Regulation since 1945. Social history of medicine , 27 (1). pp. 177-178

R. Stanwell-Smith:

R. Stanwell-Smith, Pseudomonas Addendum.  Conference report, May 2013.  Perspectives in Public Health, January 2014; 134: 7-9

R. Stanwell-Smith, Using Behaviour Change, Within the Current Economic, Social and Cultural Context [RSPH conference report, 30 October 2013].  Perspectives in Public Health,  January 2014; 134: 10

R. Stanwell-Smith, New cautionary tales for children – and the rest of us.  (Editorial) Perspectives in Public Health, March 2014; 134(2): 58

R. Stanwell-Smith, Water safety and water safety plans: a global view.  (Speaker and peer reviewed Webinar conference report on presentation by Professor Jamie Bartram, January 2014).  http://www.rsph.org.uk/en/resources/water-webinars/index.cfm

R. Stanwell-Smith,  Waterborne pathogens in urban areas: presumptions and facts.  (Speaker and peer reviewed Webinar conference report on lecture by Dr Sebastian Crespi February 14).  http://www.rsph.org.uk/en/resources/water-webinars/index.cfm

R. Stanwell-Smith, Problematic pipes and troublesome taps: protecting the vulnerable from waterborne healthcare infection.  (Speaker and peer reviewed Webinar conference report on lecture by Professor Kevin Kerr, March 2014). http://www.rsph.org.uk/en/resources/water-webinars/index.cfm

R. Stanwell-Smith, The last meters to the tap: where drinking water is at risk.  (Speaker and peer reviewed Webinar conference report on lecture by Professor Hans-Curt Flemming, April 2014).  http://www.rsph.org.uk/en/resources/water-webinars/index.cfm

R. Stanwell-Smith, Two peanuts in a bar and the quest for safer food [Editorial].  Perspectives in Public Health, July 2014; 134(4):176.

R. Stanwell-Smith, Design of hot and cold water systems.  (Speaker and peer reviewed Webinar conference report on lecture by Professor Yusen E Lin, 21 May 2014).  http://www.rsph.org.uk/en/resources/water-webinars/index.cfm

R. Stanwell-Smith, Design of hot and cold water systems.  (Speaker and peer reviewed Webinar conference report on lecture by Professor Yusen E Lin, 21 May 2014).  http://www.rsph.org.uk/en/resources/water-webinars/index.cfm

R. Stanwell-Smith, Water System Chemical and Physical Control Methods.  (Speaker and peer reviewed Webinar conference report on lecture by Dr Janet Stout and Elise Maynard, 25 June 2014).  http://www.rsph.org.uk/en/resources/water-webinars/index.cfm

R. Stanwell-Smith, Water Quality Legislation: guidelines vs. best practice.  (Speaker and peer reviewed Webinar conference report on lecture by Dr Susanne Lee, 23 July 2014).  http://www.rsph.org.uk/en/resources/water-webinars/index.cfm

R. Stanwell-Smith, Still desperately seeking health equality – is it all about social class?  [Editorial].  Perspectives in Public Health, November 2014 [in press]

Suzanne Taylor:

Virginia Berridge, Alex Mold, Franca Beccaria, Irmgard Eisenbach-Stangl, Grażyna Herczyńska, Jacek Moskalewicz, Enrico Petrilli,  Suzanne Taylor. Addiction in Europe, 1860s-1960s: concepts and responses in Italy, Poland, Austria and the UK. Contemporary Drug Problems. 41:1 (2014) pp. 551-566

Jennifer Walke:

Berridge, V; Walke, J; Mold, A; (2014) From inebriety to addiction: terminology and concepts in the UK, 1860-1930. The social history of alcohol and drugs, 28 (1). pp. 88-105

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