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Professor Sally Sheard BA PhD

Executive Dean, Institute of Population Health & Andrew Geddes and John Rankin Professor of Modern History Institute of Population Health

Publications

Selected Publications

  1. Quantifying life: Understanding the history of Quality-Adjusted Life-Years (QALYs) (Journal article - 2018)
  2. Space, place and (waiting) time: reflections on health policy and politics (Journal article - 2018)
  3. History Matters: The Critical Contribution of Historical Analysis to Contemporary Health Policy and Health Care. (Journal article - 2018)
  4. The Passionate Economist: How Brian Abel-Smith Shaped Global Health and Social Welfare (Book - 2013)
  5. McKinsey and the 'Tripartite Monster': The Role of Management Consultants in the 1974 NHS Reorganisation (Journal article - 2019)
  6. Quacks and Clerks: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on the Structure and Function of the British Medical Civil Service (Journal article - 2010)
  7. 'All the stars were aligned'? The origins of England's National Institute for Health Research (Journal article - 2019)
  8. The Nation's Doctor: The Role Of The Chief Medical Officer, 1855-1998 (Book - 2005)
  9. EVALUATING SOCIAL AND SPATIAL INEQUALITIES OF LARGE SCALE RAPID LATERAL FLOW SARS-COV-2 ANTIGEN TESTING IN COVID-19 MANAGEMENT: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF LIVERPOOL, UK (NOVEMBER 2020 TO JANUARY 2021) (Journal article - 2021)
  10. Understanding the policy dynamics of COVID-19 in the UK: Early findings from interviews with policy makers and health care professionals (Journal article - 2020)