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2017

Pollock AM, Roderick P. Jeremy Hunt must consult properly on accountable care organisations. BMJ Opinion 14 November 2017.

McGettigan P, Pollock AM. India not doing enough to stop sale of unapproved antibiotics. Asia Times. 2017.

Pollock AM, McGettigan P. Indian government not doing enough to tackle sale of unapproved antibiotics. The Conversation. 2017.

McGettigan P, Roderick P, Kadam A, Pollock AM. Access, Watch, and Reserve antibiotics in India: challenges for WHO stewardship. The Lancet Global Health. 2017 Nov 1;5(11):e1075–6. download

Pollock AM. Healthcare for all. In: Phipps M (ed). For the many: preparing Labour for power. London & New York: OR Books; 2017.

Sutaria S, Roderick P, Pollock AM. Are radical changes to health and social care paving the way for fewer services and new user charges? BMJ. 2017 Sep 28;358:j4279. download

Pollock AM, Kirkwood G. Tackle and scrum should be banned in school rugby. BMJ 26 Sep 2017. 

Pollock AM. Why the next Labour manifesto must pledge to legislate to reinstate the NHS. openDemocracy. 12 Sep 2017.

Casla K, Roderick P, Pollock AM. Disclosure of patients’ data to the UK Home Office must stop. BMJ. 2017 Jul 28;358:j3613. download

Pollock AM, White AJ, Kirkwood G. Evidence in support of the call to ban the tackle and harmful contact in school rugby: a response to World Rugby. Br J Sports Med 2017;51:1108–13. download

Pollock AM, Roderick P. Open letter to Jeremy Hunt on the 69th anniversary of the NHS. Huffington Post. 05 July 2017.

Harrington C, Jacobsen FF, Panos J, Pollock AM, Sutaria S, Szebehely M. Marketization in long-term care: a cross-country comparison of large for-profit nursing home chains. Health Services Insights. 2017;10:1–23. download

Roderick P. Why civil and political rights have been easier to secure than social and economic ones The Conversation. 03 May 2017

Roderick P, Pollock AM. Brexit’s Great Repeal Bill will axe the right to health. BMJ 2017;357:2013. download

2016

Pollock AM, Kirkwood G. Head injuries and concussion in rugby. Briefing to the Rugby Union All Party Parliamentary Group. 28 Nov 2016. download

Pollock AM. Remind us why public service really matters. In: Seth-Smith N, Mackay J, Hind D, editors. Rethinking the BBC: public media in the 21st century. Commonwealth Publishing; 2016. download

Kirkwood G, Hughes TC, Pollock AM. Unintentional injury in England: an analysis of the emergency care data set pilot in Oxfordshire from 2012 to 2014. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2016 Oct 8;jech-2016-207581. download

Pollock AM. How we could have a national health service in Ireland. The Irish Times 30 Sep 2016.

Pollock AM. Comments for Oireachtas Committee on the Future of Healthcare. 28 Sep 2016. download

Piggin J, Pollock AM. World Rugby’s erroneous and misleading representation of Australian sports injury statistics. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016 Sep 15. download

Filippon J, Giovanella L, Konder M, Pollock AM. ‘Liberalizing’ the English National Health Service: background and risks to healthcare entitlement. Cadernos de Saúde Pública. 2016;32(8). download

Ofori-Asenso R, Pollock AM, Brhlikova P. Poor prescription practices across Africa are putting patients at risk. The Conversation 29 Aug 2016.

Ofori-Asenso R, Brhlikova P, Pollock AM. Prescribing indicators at primary health care centers within the WHO African region: a systematic analysis (1995–2015). BMC Public Health. 2016;16:724. download

Kirkwood G, Pollock AM. Patient choice and private provision decreased public provision and increased inequalities in Scotland: a case study of elective hip arthroplasty. J Public Health. 2016 Jul 28. download

Pollock AM, Kirkwood G. Sport Duty of Care Review: submission. London; 2016 May. download

Kadam A, Maigetter K, Jeffery R, Mistry N, Weiss MG, Pollock AM. Correcting India’s chronic shortage of drug inspectors to ensure the production and distribution of safe, high-quality medicines. International Journal of Health Policy and Management. 2016;5. download

Pollock AM. Cómo la mercantilización y la privatización se están utilizando para abolir los sistemas nacionales de atención universal de salud y qué se debe hacer para restaurarlos. Reforma y Democracia. 2016 Feb;64:5–50.

Ronald LA, McGregor MJ, Harrington C, Pollock AM, Lexchin J. Observational evidence of for-profit delivery and inferior nursing home care: when is there enough evidence for policy change? PLOS Med. 2016;13(4):e1001995. download

Pollock AM, Kirkwood G. Removing contact from school rugby will not turn children into couch potatoes. Br J Sports Med. 2016 Apr 19;bjsports-2016-096220. download

Leng H, Pollock AM, Sanders D. The impact of the Medicines Control Council backlog and fast-track review system on access to innovative and new generic and biosimilar medicines of public health importance in South Africa. South African Medical Journal. 2016 Mar 17;106(4):350. download

Pollock AM. Remove the tackle from school rugby and put in place injury surveillance. Better Health For All. 08 Mar 2016.

Pollock AM, Roderick P. National Health Service Bill. Legal and Policy Briefing for the Second Reading in the House of Commons, on 11th March 2016. 03 Mar 2016. download

2015

Harrington C, Armstrong H, Halladay M, Havig AK, Jacobsen FF, MacDonald M, et al. Comparison of nursing home financial transparency and accountability in four locations. Ageing Int. 2015 Nov 19;1–23. download

Pollock AM. Time to tackle brain injury in rugby at all levels. The Irish Times 06 Oct 2015

Pollock AM. Rugby is dangerous – and we’re not doing enough to protect children who play it. The Conversation. 01 Oct 2015.

Pollock AM. Remind us why public service matters. 100 ideas for the BBC. Open Democracy 23 Sep 2015

Pollock, AM. World Rugby isn’t doing enough to protect young players from head injuries. The Guardian. 22 Sep 2015.

Brhlikova P, Harper I, Subedi M, Bhattarai S, Rawal N, Pollock AM. Aid conditionalities, international Good Manufacturing Practice standards and local production rights: a case study of local production in Nepal. Globalization and Health. 11(25). download

Millard C, Brhlikova P, Pollock AM. Social networks and health policy: the case of misoprostol and the WHO model essential medicine list. Social Science & Medicine. 2015;132:190–6. download

Pollock AM. A dangerous game. Scottish Review 2015.

McGettigan P, Roderick P, Mahajan R, Kadam A, Pollock, AM. Use of fixed dose combination (FDC) drugs in India: central regulatory approval and sales of FDCs containing non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), metformin, or psychotropic drugs. PLoS Med. 2015;12(5):e1001826. download

Pollock AM. Radical new bill is now the only chance to save our service – so get behind it. Morning Star. 06 May 2015.

Pollock AM, Roderick P. Why the Queen’s Speech on 19 May should include a bill to reinstate the NHS in England. BMJ. 2015;350:h2257. download

Freitag A, Kirkwood G, Pollock AM. Rugby injury surveillance and prevention programmes: are they effective? BMJ. 2015;350:h1587. download

Pollock AM. Only legislation can restore the NHS. Camden New Journal. 17 Apr 2015.

Pollock, AM. BMA backs principles of NHS Reinstatement Bill to save NHS from destruction by market forces. OurNHS. 2015.

Pollock, AM. Will politicians be architects or destroyers of the NHS? Review of Owen D. The Health of the Nation, the NHS in Peril. Methuen 2015. The Lancet. 2015 Mar 28;385:1172–1172. download

Millard C, Brhlikova P, Pollock AM. Social networks and health policy: the case of misoprostol and the WHO model essential medicine list. Social Science & Medicine. 2015;132:190–6. download

Maigetter K, Pollock AM, Kadam A, Ward K, Weiss MG. Pharmacovigilance in India, Uganda and South Africa with reference to WHO’s minimum requirements. Int J Health Policy Manag. 2015;4;5:295-305. download

Leng H, Sanders D, Pollock AM. Pro-generics policies and the backlog in medicines registration in South Africa: implications for access to essential and affordable medicines. GaBi Journal. 2015;4(2).

Pollock AM. Morality and values in support of universal healthcare must be enshrined in law; comment on ‘Morality and markets in the NHS’. Int J Health Policy Manag. 2015;4(6):399–402. download

Steele S, Freitag A, McGettigan P, Giovannoni G, Pollock AM. A guide to private prescribing. Prescriber. 2015 Mar 19;19–23. download

Crocker-Buque T, Pollock AM. Appraising the quality of sub-Saharan African cancer registration systems that contributed to GLOBOCAN 2008: a review of the literature and critical appraisal. JRSM. 2015;108(2):57–67. download

Atukunda, EC, Brhlikova P, Agaba AG, Pollock AM. Civil society organizations and medicines policy change: a case study of registration, procurement, distribution and use of misoprostol in Uganda. Social Science & Medicine. 2015;130:242–9. download

Evans V, Pollock AM. The proliferation of irrational metformin fixed-dose combinations in India. The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology. 2015;3(2):98–100. download

Kirkwood G, Parekh N, Ofori-Asenso R, Pollock AM. Concussion in youth rugby union and rugby league: a systematic review. Br J Sports Med 2015;49:506–10. download

Freitag A, Kirkwood G, Scharer S, Ofori-Asenso R, Pollock AM. Systematic review of rugby injuries in children and adolescents under 21 years. Br J Sports Med 2015;49:511–9. download

2014

Birabwa C, Murison J, Evans V, Obua C, Agaba A, Waako P, et al. The availability of six tracer medicines in private medicine outlets in Uganda. Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice. 2014;7(18). download

Pollock AM, Gorely T, Wheaton B, Wagg S, Grey M, Morrissey D, et al. Written submission to the House of Commons Health Committee Inquiry into the impact of physical activity and diet on health. 2014. download

Pollock AM. What schools don’t want you to know about rugby. The Spectator. 22 Nov 2014.

Pollock AM, Roderick P, Price D. Response to the National Health Service (Amended Duties and Powers) Bill 2014, published on 7th November 2014 (“the Efford Bill”). London. download

Pollock AM. Submission to Health Committee enquiry: public expenditure on health and social care. 2014. download

Roderick P, Pollock AM. A wolf in sheep’s clothing: how Monitor is using licensing powers to reduce hospital and community services in England under the guise of continuity. BMJ. 2014;349:g5603. download

Pollock AM. Tackling rugby: what every parent should know about injuries. London: Verso; 2014. 224 p.

Kirkwood G, Hughes TC, Pollock AM. Injury surveillance in Europe and the UK. BMJ. 2014 Sep 8;349:g5337. download

Pollock AM. NHS privatisation keeps on failing patients – despite a decade of warning. The Guardian. 2014 Aug 16

Roderick P, Mahajan R, McGettigan P, Pollock AM. India should introduce a new Drugs Act. The Lancet. 2014;383(9913):203–6. download

Roderick P, Mahajan R, McGettigan P, Pollock AM, Jeffery R. Need for a new Drugs Bill. Economic and Political Weekly. Mumbai; 2014 Aug 16;15–9. download

Ward K, Sanders D, Leng H, Pollock AM. Assessing equity in the geographical distribution of community pharmacies in South Africa in preparation for a national health insurance scheme. Bulletin of the WHO. 2014;92:482–9. download

Millard C, Pollock AM, Brhlikova P. Evidence versus influence in the WHO procedure for approving essential medicines: misoprostol for maternal health. BMJ. 2014;349:g4823. download

Pollock AM, Roderick P. Trust in the time of markets: protecting patient information. The Lancet. 2014; 383 (9928): 1523–4. download

Pollock AM, Roderick P. Protecting confidential patient information and promoting public health research: three proposed amendments to the Care Bill: briefing. 2014. download

Kirkwood G, Pollock AM, Howie C, Wild S. NHS Scotland reduces the postcode lottery for hip arthroplasty: an ecological study of the impact of waiting time initiatives. JRSM. 2014;107(6):237-45 download

Pollock AM. A&E crisis is a symptom, not a cause www.cost-ofliving.net. 2014.

Steele S, Stuckler D, McKee M, Pollock AM. The Immigration Bill: extending charging regimes and scapegoating the vulnerable will pose risks to public health. JRSM. 2014;107(4):132–3. download

McGettigan P, Pollock AM, Herxheimer A. MPs call for full results of all past clinical trials to be made public. BMJ. 2014 Jan 3;348(jan03 1):g13–g13.

McCartney M, Goldacre B, Chalmers I, Reynolds C, Mendel J, Smith S, et al. Why the GMC should set up a central registry of doctors’ competing interests. BMJ. 2014 Jan 15;348(jan15 1):g236–g236.

Pollock AM, Price D. Loss of population data sources when health systems are not responsible for geographically defined populations: implications of the Health and Social Care Act of 2012 in England. Evidence-Based Medicine Published Online First: 2014;19(1):4–5. download pdf

2013

Atukunda EC, Brhlikova P, Agaba AG, Pollock AM. Registration, procurement, distribution, and use of misoprostol in Uganda: an interview-based observational study. The Lancet. 2013;382(Supplement 1):10. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Kondilis E, Freitag A, Harding-Edgar L. Planning for closure: the role of special administrators in reducing NHS hospital services in England. BMJ. 2013 Dec 13;347(dec12 5):f7322–f7322. download

Pollock AM, Price D. PFI and the National Health Service in England. 2013. download

Pollock AM, Kondilis E, Price D. Blaming the victim: the trust special administrator’s plans for south east London. 2013. download

Pollock AM. Don’t blame a ‘rotten NHS culture’ for the CQC cover-up. The Guardian. 2013.

Pollock AM, Price D. From cradle to grave. In: Davis J, Tallis R, eds. NHS SOS: how the NHS was betrayed – and how we can save it. London: : Oneworld 2013. 174–203.

Pollock AM, Price D. Duty to care: in defence of universal health care. class. 2013

Pollock AM, Price D. Loss of population data sources when health systems are not responsible for geographically defined populations: implications of the Health and Social Care Act of 2012 in England. Evidence-Based Medicine Published Online First: 3 May 2013. download

Pollock AM, Price D. Mid Staffordshire should lead to a fundamental rethink of government policy. BMJ. 2013;346:f2190. download

Pollock AM. The latest casualty of health reform: casualty itself. The Guardian. 2013.

Pollock AM, Price D. David Owen’s NHS bill offers a final chance to save our health service. New Statesman. 2013.

Pollock AM. Why we need a political campaign to reinstate the NHS. Class. 2013.

Pollock AM, Price D, Harding-Edgar L. Briefing paper – the NHS reinstatement bill. OurNHS. 2013.

Pollock AM. Will expansion of the NHS abroad benefit UK patients? No. BMJ. 2013 Jan 2;346(jan02 1):e8496–e8496.  download

2012

Chu CS, Brhlikova P, Pollock AM. Rethinking WHO guidance: review of evidence for misoprostol use in the prevention of postpartum haemorrhage. JRSM 2012;105:336–47.

Mattheij I, Pollock AM, Brhlikova P. Do cervical cancer data justify HPV vaccination in India? Epidemiological data sources and comprehensiveness. JRSM 2012;105:250–62. download

Parekh N, Hodges S, Pollock AM, et al. Communicating the risk of injury in schoolboy rugby: using Poisson probability as an alternative presentation of the epidemiology. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2012;46:611–3. download

Pollock AM. ‘Commercial confidentiality’ trumps public right to know in England’s new health market. OurKingdom. 2012.

Pollock AM. How Libor rate rigging has put hospitals in crisis. The Guardian. 2012.

Pollock AM. NHS franchising: the toxic world of globalised healthcare is upon us. The Guardian. 2012.

Pollock AM. PFI is crippling the NHS. The Guardian. 2012.

Pollock AM. Bad science should not be used to justify NHS shakeup. The Guardian. 2012 Mar 15.

Pollock AM, Brhlikova P, Mattheij I. Author’s Response: HPV vaccination in India. JRSM 2012;105:366–7. download

Pollock AM, Brhlikova P, McGettigan P. Reviewer’s commentary on ‘Should oral misoprostol be used to prevent postpartum haemorrhage in home-birth settings in low-resource countries? A systematic review of the evidence’. BJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and gynaecology 2012;:11. download

Pollock AM, Macfarlane A, Greener I. Bad science concerning NHS competition is being used to support the controversial Health and Social Care Bill. LSE blog. 2012.

Pollock AM, Macfarlane A, Godden S. Dismantling the signposts to public health? NHS data under the Health and Social Care Act 2012. BMJ 2012;344:e2364. download

Pollock AM, Price D. PFI hospitals bear the cost of Libor manipulation. BMJ 2012;345:e5095–e5095. download

Pollock AM, Price D. The break-up of the NHS: implications for information systems. In: Watson P, editor, Health care reform and globalisation: the US, China and Europe in comparative perspective. London: Routledge 2012. 25–39.

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. A flawed Bill with a hidden purpose. The Lancet 2012;379:999. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P. Health and Social Care Bill 2011: a legal basis for charging and providing fewer health services to people in England. BMJ 2012;:e1729.

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. How the Health and Social Care Bill 2011 would end entitlement to comprehensive health care in England. The Lancet 2012;379:387–9. download

Roderick P, Pollock AM. India’s patent laws under pressure. The Lancet 2012;380:e2–e4. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Statement on Liberal Democrat amendments. 2012. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Statement in response to the Lib Dem ‘40 points’ document. 2012. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 15 for the House of Lords: services, charges, and exclusions cl10-12,17,49,103. 2012. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 14 for the House of Lords: clauses 1,4,12 and schedule 2. 2012. download

Pollock AM, Macfarlane AJ. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 13 for the House of Lords: changing data requirements of the market: implications for public health. 2012. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 12 for the House of Lords: Earl Howe’s response to the Constitution Committee. 2012. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 11 for House of Lords: clauses 1, 4, and 12 (formerly 10); Constitution Committee’s follow-up. 2012. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 10 for House of Lords: red lines for peers. 2012. download

2011

Brhlikova P, Pollock AM, Manners R. Global Burden of Disease estimates of depression – how reliable is the epidemiological evidence? JRSM 2011;104:25–34. download

Godden S, Hilton S, Pollock AM. Monitoring access to out-of-hours care services in Scotland – a review. JRSM Published Online First: 12 April 2011. doi:10.1258/jrsm.2011.100249 download

McKee M, Pollock AM, Clarke A, et al. In defence of the NHS: why writing to the House of Lords was necessary. BMJ 2011;343:d6535–d6535.  download

Pollock AM. NHS rethink: charade or cause for new hope? BMJ 2011;342:d3995–d3995. download

Pollock AM, Macfarlane A, Kirkwood G, Majeed A, Greener I, Morelli C. No evidence that patient choice in the NHS saves lives. The Lancet. 2011;378(9809):2057–60. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Liebe M. Private finance initiatives during NHS austerity. BMJ 2011;342:d324. download

Pollock AM, Price D. The break up of the English NHS: the new market bureaucracy needs information systems based on members and not geographic populations. Michael Quarterly 2011;8:460–75. download

Pollock AM, Price D. The final frontier: The UK’s new coalition government turns the English National Health Service over to the global health care market. Health Sociology Review 2011;20:294–305. download

Pollock AM, Price D. How the secretary of state for health proposes to abolish the NHS in England. BMJ 2011;342:d1695. download

Price D, Pollock AM, Brhlikova P. Classification problems and the dividing line between government and the market: an examination of NHS foundation trust classification in the UK. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 2011;82:455–73. download

Pollock AM. Evidence submitted to the Treasury committee inquiry into the future of the private finance initiative. 2011.

Pollock AM. The abolition of the NHS. That’s what is happening. OurKingdom. 2011.

Pollock AM. The battle for the NHS is far from over. The Guardian. 2011.

Pollock AM. A call to action. Big Society NHS. 2011.

Pollock AM. The death of the NHS. The Oldie. 2011.

Pollock AM. An end to Bevan’s dream of free healthcare for all Britons? OurKingdom. 2011.

Pollock AM. The King’s Fund report: ‘ready ammunition for service closure’. Channel 4 News blog. 2011.

Pollock AM. NHS reforms. Better health for all. Blog of the Faculty of Public Health. 2011.

Pollock AM. NHS waste on private treatment centres. Sunday Telegraph. 2011.

Pollock AM. A return to pre-NHS fear. The Guardian. 2011.

Pollock AM, Price D. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 09 for House of Lords: clauses 59-63; Monitor. 2011. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 08 for House of Lords: clause 22, schedule 2, GP commissioning. 2011.  download

Pollock AM, Price D, McCoy D. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 07 for House of Lords: clause 8. 2011. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 06 for House of Lords: clause 10. 2011. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 05 for House of Lords: clause 6, schedule 1, NHS Commissioning Board. 2011. download: download

Pollock AM, Price D, Treuherz T. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 04 for House of Lords: clauses 3, 4, 6, 7. 2011. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 03 for House of Lords: abolition of the secretary of state’s duty. 2011. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Treuherz T. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 02 for House of Lords: clause 1 in the light of evidence from Prof Malcolm Grant. 2011. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Roderick P, et al. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 01a for House of Lords: clause 1. 2011. download

Pollock AM, Price D. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Briefing 01 for House of Lords: clauses 1,10,11, and 172. 2011.  download

Pollock AM, Price D. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Process 01 for House of Lords: amendment process. 2011. download

Treuherz T, Pollock AM, Price D. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Background 01 for House of Lords: conflicts of interest. 2011. download

2010

Godden S, Ambler G, Pollock AM. Recruitment of minority ethnic groups into clinical cancer research trials to assess adherence to the principles of the Department of Health Research Governance Framework: national sources of data and general issues arising from a study in one hospital trust in England. Journal of Medical Ethics 2010;36:358–62. dwonload

Godden S, Pollock AM. The future of social care in the UK. Research, Policy and Planning 2010;28:3–16. download

Heins E, Price D, Pollock AM, et al. A review of the evidence of third sector performance and its relevance for a universal comprehensive health system. Social Policy and Society 2010;9:515–26. download

Hellowell M, Pollock A. Do PPPs in social infrastructure enhance the public interest? Evidence from England’s National Health Service. Australian Journal of Public Administration 2010;69:S23–S34.  download

Kirkwood G, Parekh N, Pollock AM. Preventing injury in children and adolescents. Trauma 2010;12:221–38. download

Nicol A, Pollock AM, Kirkwood G, Parekh N, Robson J. Rugby union injuries in Scottish schools. J Pub Health (Oxf)2010;33(2):256–61. download

Pollock AM. Election views. BMJ 2010;340:c2095–c2095. download

Pollock AM. More brickbats than bouquets? BMJ 2010;341:c3977–c3977. download

Pollock AM. Should NHS mental health services fear the private sector? Yes. BMJ 2010;341:c5382–c5382. download

Pollock AM, Price D. The private finance initiative: the gift that goes on taking. BMJ 2010;341:c7175. download

Richardson E, Pollock A. Community pharmacy: moving from dispensing to diagnosis and treatment. BMJ 2010;340:c2298. download

Godden S, Price D, Pollock AM. The impact of privatisation on the provision of health services in Britain and the implications of market mechanisms for public services. Criminal Justice Alliance 2010.

Pollock AM. We must go our own way on NHS reforms. The Scotsman. 2010.  download

Pollock AM, Price D. Stop protecting PFI contracts. The Guardian. 2010.

Pollock AM. NHS plans are another step towards corporate health care. The Guardian. 2010.

Pollock AM. Cutting health jobs is a knee-jerk reaction. The Sunday Post. 2010.

2009

Pollock AM, Viebrock E, Price D. Response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Tobacco and Primary Medical Services (Scotland) Bill. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Arthur M. Response to the Department of Health’s consultation on guidance for NHS patients who wish to pay for additional private healthcare. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009. download

Heins E, Pollock AM, Price D. The commercialisation of GP services: a survey of APMS contracts and new GP ownership. British Journal of General Practice 2009;:e339–43. download

Hellowell M, Pollock AM. Non-profit distribution: the Scottish approach to private finance in public services. Social Policy and Society 2009;8:405.  download

Hellowell M, Pollock AM. The private financing of NHS hospitals: politics, policy and practice. Economic Affairs 2009;29:13–9. download

Godden S, McCoy D, Pollock AM. Policy on the rebound: trends and causes of delayed discharges in the NHS. JRSM 2009;102:22–8. download

Godden S, Pollock AM. Waiting list and waiting time statistics in Britain: A critical review. Public Health 2009;123:47–51. download

Pollock AM, Godden S, Kirkwood G. What about independent sector treatment centres? BMJ 2009;339:b4255–b4255. download

Pollock AM, Kirkwood G. Independent sector treatment centres: learning from a Scottish case study. BMJ 2009;338:b1421–b1421.download

Pollock AM, Kirkwood G. Independent sector treatment centres: the first independent evaluation, a Scottish case study. JRSM 2009;102:278–86. download

Pollock AM, Richardson E. Commercial confidentiality: a cloak for policy failure. British Journal of General Practice 2009;59:893–4. download

Arthur M, Pollock AM. The role of first providers: not a substitute for GP out-of-hours care. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009.

Hellowell M, Pollock AM. The use of public private partnerships in Northern Ireland. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009. download

Godden S, Pollock AM. Ten years on – were the targets of the NHS Plan achieved? Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009. download

Pollock AM, Arthur M. Response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on arrangements for NHS patients receiving private healthcare. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009.download

Liebe M, Pollock AM. The experience of the private finance initiative in the UK’s national health service. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009. download

Pollock AM, Arthur M, Richardson E. Submission of evidence to the Scottish Government’s Health and Sport Committee enquiry: Out of hours health care provision in rural areas of Scotland. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009. download

Pollock AM, Price D. Briefing on the specification of pharmaceutical product defects. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009. download

Pollock AM, Hellowell M, Price D, et al. Submission to House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee Inquiry into private finance projects and off-balance sheet debt. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2009. download

Pollock AM. Health. Holyrood Magazine 2009.

Pollock,AM. Is private-sector money the right tool to construct tomorrow’s public Britain? No. The Observer. 2009

Pollock AM. Mystery of the NHS’s for-profit treatment. The Guardian. 2009.

Pollock AM. The NHS is about care, not Mets. The Guardian. 2009.

Pollock AM. The private drain on the NHS. The Guardian. 2009.

Pollock AM. Uncovering the true costs of PFI. The Guardian. 2009.

Pollock AM, Price D. Where are the NHS watchdogs now? The Guardian. 2009.

2008

Godden S, McCoy D, Pollock AM. Using SitReps performance data to monitor the delayed discharge process. Health Services Management Research 2008;21:155–60. download

Kirkwood G, Pollock AM. Preventing childhood injury. BMJ 2008;336:1388–9. download

Pollock, Allyson M. Public health meets law: are there sufficient legal safeguards to ensure access to public health care for all? Med Leg J 2008;76:118–32. download

Pollock AM, Godden S. Independent sector treatment centres: evidence so far. BMJ 2008;336:421–4. download

Pollock AM, Price D. Has the NAO audited risk transfer in operational private finance initiative schemes? Public Money and Management 2008;28:173–8. download

Pollock AM. The privatisation of the UK NHS. Reykjavik: 2008.

Godden S, Pollock AM. Waiting list and waiting time statistics in Britain : a critical review. Edinburgh: : Centre for International Public Health Policy 2008. download

Pollock AM, Kirkwood G. Briefing for the Chief Medical Officer on child and adolescent injury surveillance in Scotland and sport. Edinburgh: : Centre for International Public Health Policy 2008. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Boesveld S, et al. Response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the European Commission’s proposals for a directive on the application of patients’ rights in cross-border healthcare. Edinburgh: : Centre for International Public Health Policy 2008. download

Pollock AM, Viebrock E, Price D. Response to the Scottish Government consultation on changes to eligibility criteria for providers of primary medical services. Edinburgh: : Centre for International Public Health Policy 2008. download

Pollock AM. A new name can’t save a poor policy. Scotsman. 2008.

Pollock AM. Farewell to a free NHS. The Guardian. 2008.

Pollock AM. Operating profits. The Guardian. 2008.

Pollock AM. Out of hours GP battle we simply must win. Herald. 2008.

Pollock AM. Tayside Health Board do not care about Kinloch Rannoch. Herald. 2008.

Pollock AM. We have to tackle child injury on the sports field. Herald. 2008.

2007

Hellowell M, Pollock A. The PFI: Scotland’s plan for expansion and its implications. Public Money & Management. Public Money and Management 2007;5:351–4.  download

Leys C, Player S, Pollock AM. Nuclear medicine in the transition to private clinical care. Nuclear Medicine Communications 2007;28:586–7.  download

McCoy D, Godden S, Pollock AM, et al. Carrot and sticks? The Community Care Act (2003) and the effect of financial incentives on delays in discharge from hospitals in England. Journal of Public Health 2007;29:281–7. download

Pollock AM. The case against private provision in the NHS. Ann R Coll Surg Engl 2007 May;89(4):338–9; discussion 337. download

Pollock AM. Public–private partnerships and the Private Finance Initiative. 2007. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Viebrock E, Miller E, Watt G. The market in primary care. BMJ 2007 Sep 6;335(7618):475–7. download: BMJ_2007_Pollock_MarketInPrimaryCare

Pollock AM, Price D. An examination of the UK Treasury’s evidence base for cost and time overrun data in UK value for money policy and appraisal. Public Money and Management 2007;27:127–33. download

Hellowell M, Pollock AM. Evidence to the National Assembly for Wales Finance Committee with regard to its inquiry on public private partnerships. Centre for International Public Health Policy 2007. download

Hellowell M, Pollock A. Private finance , public deficits. Edinburgh: : Centre for International Public Health Policy 2007.  download

Pollock A. Kinloch Rannoch out of hours provision of GP care. Edinburgh: : Centre for International Public Health Policy 2007.  download

Geertz R, Pollock AM, Brown D. Access to health and access to justice – the erosion of public entitlements. In: McArdle D, ed. Paths to justice? Essays prompted by the Gill review. Stirling: : SCOLAG 2007. 34–5. download

Hellowell M, Pollock AM. The big payback. The Guardian. 2007.

Pollock AM. Gauntlet for Brown. The Guardian. 2007.

Pollock AM. PFI secrecy negates democracy. Herald. 2007.

Pollock AM. The new profiteers. The Guardian. 2007.

Pollock AM. What Sicko doesn’t tell you. The Guardian. 2007.

2006

Talbot-Smith A, Pollock AM. The New NHS: a guide. London: Routledge 2006.

Omar R, McNally N, Ambler G, et al. Quality research in healthcare: are researchers getting enough statistical support? BMC health services research 2006;6:2–5. download

Pollock AM, Kerrison S, McNally N. Best research. BMJ 2006;332:247–8. download

Pollock AM, Price D. Privatising primary care. British Journal of General Practice 2006;:565–6. download

Hellowell M, Pollock AM. PFI: friend or foe of primary care in Scotland? Scottish Primary Care 2006. download

Pollock AM. The decline of the NHS. The Parliamentary Monitor 2006.

Hellowell M, Pollock A. The impact of PFI on Scotland’s NHS: a briefing. Edinburgh: : Centre for International Public Health Policy 2006.  download

Pollock AM. A clean bill for health. The Guardian. 2006.

Pollock AM. Don’t flog our health to the highest bidder. Edinburgh Evening News. 2006.download

Pollock AM. The exorbitant cost of PFI is now being cruelly exposed. The Guardian. 2006.

Pollock AM. The politics column. New Statesman. 2006.

2005

Pollock AM. NHS plc: the privatisation of our health care. 2nd ed. London: : Verso 2005.

Kerrison S, Pollock AM. The reform of UK research ethics committees: throwing the baby out with the bath water? Journal of Medical Ethics 2005;31:487–9. download

Macfarlane AJ, Godden S, Pollock AM. Are we on track – can we monitor bed targets in the NHS plan for England? Journal of Public Health 2005;27:263–9.

Pollock AM. Evidence not ideology: the BMJ should take a position on the evidence about privatisation. BMJ 2005;331:964–964. download

Macfarlane A, Drey N, Godden S, et al. Identification and evaluation of standardised datasets for measuring and monitoring access to health care. Final report for the National Co-ordinating Centre for NHS Service Delivery and Organisation R&D. 2005. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Player S. The private finance initiative: a policy built on sand. London: : UNISON 2005. download

Rowland D, Pollock AM, Price D. La Unión Europea y la atención a la salud:creación de un mercado de servicios sanitarios. In: Sánchez Bayle M, Colomo Gómez C, Repeto Zilbermann C, eds. Globalización y salud. Madrid: : Federación de Asociaciones para la Defensa de la Sanidad Pública 2005.

Pollock AM. Privatisation of the NHS is accelerating. The Guardian. 2005

2004

Kerrison S, McNally N, Pollock AM. United Kingdom research governance strategy: Authors’ reply. BMJ 2004;328:50–50. download

Rowland D, Pollock A. Choice and responsiveness for older people in the ‘patient centred’ NHS. BMJ 2004;328:4–5.  download

Rowland D, Price D, Pollock AM. Implications of the draft European Union services directive for health care. The Lancet 2004;364:1200–2.

Talbot-Smith A, Gnani S, Pollock AM, et al. Questioning the claims from Kaiser. British Journal of General Practice 2004;54:415–21. download

Price D, Pollock AM, Player S. Public risk for private gain? The public audit implications of risk transfer and private finance. London: : UNISON 2004. download

Pollock AM. Markets will value cash over caring. Times Higher Educational Supplement 2004.

Pollock AM. Tony’s private love affair has cost us billions. Mail on Sunday. 2004.

Pollock AM. Selling off by stealth is here to stay: co-payment is a menace already threatening our public services. The Guardian. 2004.

Pollock AM. Truth behind the American dream. Doctor 2004;:14.

Pollock AM, Price D. We are left footing the PFI bill. The Guardian. 2004 Jul 27.

Price D, Pollock AM. Public services have become the final frontier for transnational corporations. Guardian Weekly. 2004.

2003

Dunnigan M, Pollock A. Downsizing of acute inpatient beds associated with private finance initiative : Scotland ’ s case study. BMJ 2003;326:905–8. download

Gnani S, Pollock A. The new GMS Contract — a Trojan horse? British Journal of General Practice 2003;53:354–5. download

Kerrison S, McNally N, Pollock A. United Kingdom research governance strategy. BMJ 2003;327:553–6. download

McNally N, Kerrison S, Pollock A. Reforming clinical research and development in England. BMJ 2003;327:550–3. download

Pollock AM, Price D. The BetterCare judgment – a challenge to health care. BMJ 2003 Feb 1;326(7383):236–77. download

Pollock AM, Price D. In place of Bevan? Briefing on the Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Bill 2003. London: : Catalyst 2003.  download

Pollock AM, Price D. The public health implications of world trade negotiations on the general agreement on trade in services and public services. The Lancet 2003;362:1072–5.

Pollock AM, Price D. New deal from the World Trade Organisation. BMJ 2003;327:571–2. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Talbot-Smith A, et al. NHS and the Health and Social Care Bill: end of Bevan’s vision? BMJ 2003;327:982–5. download

Rowland D, Pollock AM. Understanding the Private Finance Initiative: value for money? Developments in Economics 2003;19:133–48.

Pollock AM. Foundation hospitals and the NHS Plan. London: : UNISON 2003. download

Pollock AM. Bad medicine. New Internationalist. 2003;:20–1.

Pollock AM. Foundation hospitals will kill the NHS. The Guardian. 2003.

2002

Bell C, Ma M, Campbell S, et al. Methodological issues in the use of guidelines and audit to improve clinical effectiveness in breast cancer in one United Kingdom health region. European Journal of Surgical Oncology 2000;26:130–6.  download

Godden S, Majeed A, Pollock AM, et al. How are primary care groups approaching clinical governance? A review of clinical governance plans from primary care groups in London. J Public Health Med 2002;24:165–9.  download

Pollock AM. A wake up call for primary care. Br J Gen Pract 2002 Nov 1;52(484):883–4. download: BJGP_2002_Pollock_WakeUp

Pollock AM, Price D. Market forces in public health. The Lancet 2002;359:1363–4. download

Pollock AM, Shaoul J, Vickers N. Private finance and ‘value for money’ in NHS hospitals: a policy in search of a rationale? BMJ 2002;324:1205–9.  download

Price D, Pollock A. Extending choice in the NHS. BMJ 2002;325:293–4. download

Janzon K, Law S, Watts C, et al. Lost and confused. Health Service  Journal 2000;:26–9.

Rowland D, Pollock AM. Credit where it’s due? Public Finance 2002;:26–7.

Pollock AM. NHS care, free at the point of use? NHS Support Federation 2002.

Pollock AM. What’s good about the NHS and why it matters who provides the service. London: : UNISON 2002. download

Price D, Pollock AM. Debts, deficits and service reductions: Wakefield Health Authority’s legacy to primary care trusts. London: UNISON 2002. download

Price D, Pollock AM. A web of private interest: how the Big Five accountancy firms influence and profit from privatisation policy. London: UNISON 2002. download

Rowland D, Pollock AM. Understanding the private finance initiative: the essential guide for school governors. London: : UNISON 2002. download

Pollock AM. America sneezes, we catch a cold: importing the US model will undermine the health service. The Guardian. 2002.

Pollock AM. A new NHS built on debt. The Observer. 2002.

2001

Godden S, Pollock AM. The use of acute hospital services by elderly residents of nursing and residential care homes. Health & Social Care in the Community 2001;9:367–74.  download

Godden S, Pollock AM, Player S. Capital investment in primary care -the funding and ownership of primary care premises. Public Money and Management 2001;21:43–50. download

Kerrison SH, Pollock AM. Absent voices compromise the effectiveness of nursing home regulation: a critique of regulatory reform in the UK nursing home industry. Health & Social Care in the Community 2001;9:490–4. download

Kerrison S, Pollock A. Caring for older people in the private sector in England. BMJ 2001;323:566–9. download

Kerrison SH, Pollock AM. Complaints as accountability? The case of health care in the United Kingdom. Public Law 2001:115–33. download

Kerrison SH, Pollock AM. Regulating nursing homes: Caring for older people in the private sector in England. BMJ 2001;323:566–9. download

Player S, Pollock AM. Long term care: from public responsibility to private good. Critical Social Policy 2001;21:231–55. download

Pollock AM. Scotland the brave: collective responsibility for personal care for the elderly and for the young disabled. The Lancet 2001;357:412. download

Pollock A. Social policy and devolution. BMJ 2001;322:311–2. download

Pollock A. Will primary care trusts lead to US-style health care? BMJ 2001;322:964–7. download

Pollock AM, Player S, Godden S. How private finance is moving primary care into corporate ownership. BMJ 2001;322:960–3. download

Pollock AM. Is rationing the only way forward for the NHS? No. Nursing Times 2001;:20.

Gaffney D, Shaoul J, Pollock AM, et al. Public services, private finance: affordability, accountability and the two-tier work force. London: : UNISON 2001. download

Pollock AM, Rowland D, Vickers N. Briefing note for the general election on health and privatisation. 2001.

Pollock AM, Shaoul J, Rowland D, et al. Public services and the private sector: a response to the IPPR. London: : Catalyst 2001. download

Rowland D, Pollock AM, Vickers N. The British Labour Government’s Reform of the National Health Service. Journal of Public Health Policy 2001;22:403.

Pollock AM. A bitter pill for the American people. Punch. 2001;:14.

Pollock AM. Privateers on the march. The Guardian. 2001.

Pollock AM. Private sector lured by £30bn public gold rush. The Observer. 2001.

Pollock AM. The future looks highly unhealthy. Punch. 2001;:19.

Pollock AM. Under the knife of private finance. Punch. 2001;:10–1.

Pollock AM, Campbell F. Bye-bye Bevan. The Guardian. 2001.

2000

Godden S, Pollock AM, Pheby D. Information on community health services. BMJ. 2000 Jan 29;320(7230):265. download

Loux A, Kerrison SH, Pollock AM. Long term nursing: social care or health care? BMJ 2000;320:5–6. download

O’Dea G, Kerrison SH, Pollock AM. Access to health care in nursing homes: a survey in one English Health Authority. Health & Social Care in the Community 2000;8:180–5. download

Pollock AM, Dunnigan M. Beds in the NHS. BMJ 2000;320:461–2. download

Pollock AM. Will intermediate care be the undoing of the NHS? BMJ 2000;321:393–4. download

Pollock AM, Price D. Rewriting the regulations: how the World Trade Organisation could accelerate privatisation in health-care systems. The Lancet 2000;356:1995–2000. download

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Reducing DCO registrations through electronic matching of cancer registry data and routine hospital data. British Journal of Cancer 2000;82:712–7. download

Pollock AM, Price D. Globalisation? Privatisation! Health Matters 2000;:41.

Pollock AM. PFI is bad for your health. Public Finance 2000;:30–1. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Dunnigan M. Kidderminster’s unkindest cuts. Public Finance 2000;:28–30.

Pollock AM, Price D, Dunnigan M. The real cost of PFI in Worcester. Public Finance 2000;:26.

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Private pie in the sky. Public Finance 2000;:22–3.

Gaffney D, Shaoul J, Pollock AM. Funding London Underground: financial myths and economic realities. London: : Listen to London 2000. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Dunnigan M. Deficits before patients: a report on the Worcester Royal Infirmary PFI and Worcestershire hospital reconfiguration. 2000. download

1999

Gaffney D, Pollock AM. Pump-priming the PFI: why are privately financed hospital schemes being subsidized? Public Money and Management 1999;19(1):55–62. download

Gaffney D, Pollock AM, Price D, et al. NHS capital expenditure and the private finance initiative — expansion or contraction? BMJ 1999;319:48–51. download

Gaffney D, Pollock AM, Price D, et al. PFI in the NHS — is there an economic case? BMJ 1999;319:116–9. download

Gaffney D, Pollock AM, Price D, et al. The politics of the private finance initiative and the new NHS. BMJ 1999;319:249–53. download

Pollock AM. Devolution and health: challenges for Scotland and Wales. BMJ 1999;318:1195–8. download

Player S, Godden S, Pollock AM. Well-laid plans. Health Service  Journal 1999;:28–9.

Pollock AM. Primary care – from fundholding to health maintenance organisations? NHS Doctor & Commissioning GP 1998. download

Pollock AM, Dunnigan M, Gaffney D, et al. Planning the ‘ new ’ NHS : downsizing for the 21st century. BMJ 1999;319:179–84. download

Pollock AM. Modernising public services. Health Matters 1999.

Pollock AM, Gaffney D. The private cost of public health. Health Review 1999;:20–1.

Pollock AM, Godden S, Player S. GPs’ surgeries turn a profit. Public Finance 1999;:26–8.

Price D, Pollock AM, Shaoul J. How the World Trade Organisation is shaping domestic policies in health care. The Lancet 1999;354:1889–92. download

Gaffney D, Pollock AM. Downsizing for the 21st century: a report on the North Durham Acute Hospitals PFI scheme. London: : UNISON 1999. download

Gaffney D, Pollock AM, Shaoul J. Capital investment and the NHS workforce: House of Commons Health Select Committee Future NHS Staffing Requirements. 1999.

Pollock AM, Gaffney D. Parliamentary briefing on PFI. 1999.

Pollock AM, Shaoul J, Gaffney D. The Private Finance Initiative and NHS hospital development. Report submitted to National Consumer Council. 1999. download

Price D, Gaffney D, Pollock AM. ‘The only game in town?’ A report on the Cumberland Infirmary Carlisle PFI. London: : UNISON 1999. download

Gaffney D, Pollock AM. Clean bill of health. Herald. 1999.

Pollock AM. There’s no such thing as a free launch. The Express. 1999.

1998

Dunnigan M, Pollock AM. The shrinking acute hospital. British Journal of General Practice 1998;:1197. download

Godden S, Pollock AM. How to profile the population’s use of health care and social care in one district. J Public Health Med. 1998;20(2):175–9. download

Harrington C, Pollock AM. Decentralisation and privatisation of long-term care in UK and USA. The Lancet. 1998 Jun;351(9118):1805–8. download

Pollock AM, Gaffney D. Capital charges – a tax on the NHS. BMJ 1998;317:157–8.

Pollock AM, Gaffney D, Dunnigan M. Public health and the private finance initiative. J Public Health Med 1998;20:1–2. download

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Deprivation and emergency admissions for cancers of colorectum, lung, and breast in south east England: ecological study. BMJ 1998;317:245–52. download

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Trends in colorectal cancer in southern England, 1989-1993: using HES data to inform cancer services reviews. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 1998;52:433–8. download

Pollock AM. Private finance and NHS hospitals. ACP News 1998;:37–9. download

Pollock AM. Snowed under? Managing Care 1998;:6–7. download

Pollock AM. The American way. Health Service Journal 1998;:28–9. download

Gaffney D, Pollock AM. Has the NHS returned to strategic planning? The CPAG and the second wave of PFI. London: : UNISON 1998.

Gaffney D, Pollock AM. Opening the lid on the PFI. A negotiators guide to PFI procurement documents. London: : UNISON 1998. download

Gaffney D, Pollock AM. Putting a price on the PFI: the illusionist economics of the Private Finance Initiative. London: : UNISON 1998.

Pollock AM, Gaffney D, Dunnigan M. Public health and the private finance initiative. J Public Health. 1998 Jan 3;20(1):1–2. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Shaoul J. Summary of key points and issues raised at the meeting convened by the five councils with West Herts Health Authority. 1998. download

Pollock AM, Price D, Shaoul. Response to ‘Choosing the Right Direction’, a public consultation document on the future of health services in West Hertfordshire. 1998. download

Pollock AM, Shaoul J, Gaffney D. The Walsgrave Hospitals PFI development. 1998. download

Pollock AM, Shaoul J, Price D. Liquidating care to cure the deficit? The case of West Hertfordshire Health Authority’s Review of Acute Care Services. 1998. download

Macfarlane A, Pollock AM. Statistics and the privatization of the NHS and Social Services. In: Dorling D, Simpson S, eds. Statistics in Society. London: : Arnold 1998. 252–62. download

1997

Ma M, Bell J, Campbell S, et al. Breast cancer management: is volume related to quality? British Journal of Cancer 1997;75:1652–9. download

Pollock AM. It is not too late to save the NHS. Medical interface 1997;:13–9. download

Pollock AM. Will UK NHS trusts be only recruitment agencies? The Lancet. 1997 Jul 12;350(9071):125. download

Pollock AM, Dunnigan M, Majeed A. What happens when the private sector plans hospital services for the NHS: three case studies under the private finance initiative. BMJ 1997;314:1266–71.

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Breast, lung and colorectal cancer incidence and survival in South Thames Region, 1987-92: the effect of social deprivation. J Public Health Med 1997;19:288–94.  download

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Management of colorectal cancer in three South Thames district health authorities. Public Health 1997;111:165–70. download

Godden S, Pollock AM. Everybody counts. Health Service Journal 1997;:30–4. download

Pollock AM, Gaffney D, Dunnigan M, et al. Time to strip the beds. Health Service  Journal 1997;:30–4.

Pollock AM, Rice DP. Monitoring health care in the United States. Public Health Reports 1997;112:108–13.. Public Health Reports 1997;112:108–13. download

Gaffney D, Pollock AM. Can the NHS afford the Private Finance Initiative? London: : BMA 1997.

Godden S, Leicester M, Pollock A. Community information for planning and needs assessment. Information and management Group. London: : Department of Health 1997.

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Purchaser provider flows and treatment trends in South Thames. London: : Sutton, Merton & Wandsworth HA 1997.

Pollock AM. The politics of destruction. Rationing in the UK health care market. In: Harrington C, Estes C, eds. Health policy and nursing. Crisis and reform in the US health care delivery system. London: : Jones and Bartlett 1997. 391–403.

Pollock AM. Rationing in the ‘reformed’ NHS. In: Iliffe S, Munro J, eds. Healthy choices: future options for the NHS. London: : Lawrence & Wishart 1997.

Pollock AM, Godden S. Can we open the black box of care assessment? In: Gould N, Moultrie K, eds. Effective policy, planning and implementation. London: : SSRADU. Information Management in Social Services: 1997. 74–91.

1996

Leicester M. Community care in South Thames (West) Region: is needs assessment working? Public Health 1996;110:109–13. download

1995

Majeed A, Pollock AM. Contract data. Health Service  Journal 1995;:28–9. download

Pollock AM. The NHS goes private. The Lancet 1995;346:683–4. download

Pollock AM. Where should health services go? Local authorities versus the NHS? BMJ 1995;310:1580–4.  download

Pollock AM. The creeping privatisation of community care. Health Matters 1995;20:9–11.

Pollock AM. Privatisation by stealth? Health Visitor 1995;68:98–9. download

Pollock AM, Benster R, Vickers N. Why did treatment rates for colorectal cancer fall in South East England between 1982 and 1988? The effect of case ascertainment and registration bias. Journal of Public Health 1995;17:419–28. download

Pollock AM, Brannigan M, Liss P. Rationing health care: from needs to markets? Health Care Analysis 1995;3:299–314. download

Pollock AM, Majeed A. Community oriented primary care. BMJ 1995;310:481–2.

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Reliability of the Thames cancer registry on 673 cases of colorectal cancer: effect on the registration process. Quality in Health Care 1995;4:185–9. download

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Why are a quarter of all cancer deaths in south-east England registered by death certificate only? Factors related to death certificate only registrations in the Thames Cancer Registry between 1987 and 1989. British Journal of Cancer 1995;71:637–41. download

Whitehead M, Pollock AM. To health care professionals and researchers: take courage and unite! Health Care Analysis 1995;3:167–70. download

1994

Pollock AM. The future of cancer registries. BMJ 1994;309:821–2. download

Pollock AM. Cancer data. Health Service Journal 1994 Nov 3;28–9. download

Pollock AM, Vickers N. The impact on colorectal cancer survival of cases registered by ‘death certificate only’: implications for national survival rates. British Journal of Cancer 1994;70:1229–31. download

1993

Benster R, Pollock AM. Guidelines for Local Research Ethics Committees: distinguishing between patient and population research in the multicentre research project. Public Health 1993;107:3–7. download

Pfeffer N, Pollock AM. Public opinion and the NHS. BMJ 1993;307:750–1. download

Pollock AM. The future of health care in the United Kingdom. BMJ 1993;306:1703–4. download

Pollock AM. Low tax means no brass. Health Matters 1993;15:8–9.

Pollock AM. The Health of the Nation – the end of health for all? Health for all network news 1993.

Pollock AM. Rationing – implicit or merely complicit? Critical Public Health 1993;4:19–23.

Pollock AM, Pfeffer N. Doors of perception. Health Service Journal 1993;:26–8. download

Pollock AM, Vickers N. The reliability of cancer registry records. British Journal of Cancer 1993;68:1045–6.

Vickers N, Pollock AM. Incompleteness and retrieval of case notes in a case note audit of colorectal cancer. Quality in Health Care 1993;2:170–4. download

Pollock AM. Colorectal cancer – the search for consensus. In: Reducing the risks of cancer. 1993.

Pollock AM. Local voices. In: Rationing in action. London: : BMJ Publishing Group 1993. 185–9.

1992

Pollock AM. Local voices. BMJ 1992;305:535–6. download: BMJ_1992_Pollock_LocalVoices

Pollock AM. The Health of the Nation – demolition or preservation of the old French barn? HFA 2000 News 1992;21:1–3.

Pollock AM. Split decisions. Health Service  Journal 1992;:26–7. download: HSJ_1992_PollockSplitDecisions

Pollock AM. Paying the price for rationed health care. Health Visitor 1992;65:380.

1991

Pollock AM, Quirke P. Adenoma screening and colorectal cancer. BMJ 1991;303:3–4. download

Pollock AM, Whitty PM. Outbreak of clostridium perfringens food poisoning. Journal of Hospital Infection 1991;17:179–86. download

1990

Pollock AM, Whitty P. Crisis in our hospital kitchens: ancillary staffing levels during an outbreak of food poisoning in a long stay hospital. BMJ 1990;300:383–5. download

Pollock AM. Guide to colorectal cancer – the issues. London: : The King’s Fund 1990.

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