Publications 2007

SC Anderson:

Anderson, S.C. Community Pharmacy and Public Health in Great Britain 1936 to 2006: How a Phoenix Rose from the Ashes. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2007; 61: 844-848.

Anderson, S.C. Community Pharmacists and Tobacco in Great Britain: From Selling Cigarettes to Smoking Cessation Services. Addiction, 2007; 102: 704-712.

Virginia Berridge:

Berridge, V. Marketing Health: Smoking and the Discourse of Public Health in Britain, 1945-2000, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Berridge, V. Public health activism: lessons from history?. BMJ, 2007; 335 (7633): 1310-2.

Berridge, V. ‘Smoking and the Sea Change in Public Health, 1945-2007‘ History and Policy: 2007

Berridge, V. Medicine and the Public: The 1962 Report of the Royal College of Physicians and the New Public Health. Cancer in the Twentieth Century: A special issue of The Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 2007; 81 (1): 286-311.

Berridge, V. Multidisciplinary public health: What sort of victory? Public Health, 2007; 121(6): 404-8.

Berridge,V.Editorial. ‘Making public health history usable: the launch of a new series in JECH’, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2007; 61: 90-91.

Berridge,V The normalisation of binge drinking? A historical and cross cultural investigation with implications for action. (with Rachel Herring and Betsy Thom). Alcohol Education and Research Council, 2007.

Martin Gorsky:

Gorsky, M. Local Leadership in Public Health: The Role of the Medical Officer of Health in Britain’, 1872-1974. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2007; 61(6): 468-72.

Gorsky, M.; Harris, B.; Hinde, A. Age, sickness, and longevity in the late nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries – Evidence from the Hampshire Friendly Society.
Social Science History, 2006; 30(4): 571-600.

M.Gorsky, J.Mohan & T.Willis (2007) A ‘splendid spirit of co-operation’: hospital contributory schemes in Birmingham before the National Health Service. in ed. J.Reinarz, Medicine and Society in the Midlands, 1750-1950, Midland History Society: Birmingham.

Written Evidence to House of Commons Health Committee Patient and Public Involvement in the NHS, Third Report of Session 2006-7, Volume II, Oral and Written evidence, The Stationery Office, 2007, Ev 316, 322-327.

Gorsky, M. Hospital governance and community involvement in Britain: evidence from before the National Health Service

Alex Mold: 

Mold, A. Consuming Habits – Histories of Drugs in Modern Societies. Social and Cultural History, 2007; 4:2: 261-270.

Mold, A. Illicit Drugs and the Rise of Epidemiology During the 1960s. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2007; 61: 278-281.

Mold, A. with Berridge, V. Crisis and Opportunity in Drug Policy: Changing the Direction of British Drug Services in the 1980s. Journal of Policy History, 2007; 19(1): 29-48.

Ornella Moscucci: 

Moscucci, O. The “Ineffable Freemasonry of Sex”: Feminist Surgeons and
the Establishment of Radiotherapy in Early Twentieth-Century Britain.
Cancer in the Twentieth Century, A special issue of The Bulletin of the History
of Medicine
, 2007; 81, (1):

Virginia Smith: 

Smith, Virginia, CLEAN: a history of personal hygiene and purity, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2007.