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Professor David Hunter
Looking forward to the next 70 years: from a National Ill-Health Service to a National Health System2019
Professor David Hunter
A call for action to establish a research agenda for building a future health workforce in Europe2018
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor David Hunter
Directors of public health as 'a protected species': qualitative study of the changing role of public health professionals in England following the 2013 reforms2018
Professor David Hunter
Dr Shelina Visram
Local authority commissioning of NHS Health Checks: A regression analysis of the first three years2018
Professor David Hunter
Making Research Matter; Comment on “Public Spending on Health Service and Policy Research in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States: A Modest Proposal”2018
Dr Sarah Hill
Professor Luke Vale
Professor David Hunter
Dr Emily Henderson
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
et al.
Economic evaluations of alcohol prevention interventions: Is the evidence sufficient? A review of methodological challenges2017
Professor David Hunter
Mobilising knowledge in complex health systems: A call to action2017
Professor Clare Bambra
Professor David Hunter
The recommodification of healthcare? A case study of user charges and inequalities in access to healthcare in Sweden 1980-20052017
Professor David Hunter
Dr Shelina Visram
Better evidence for smarter policy making2016
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor David Hunter
Developing a survey to establish a baseline of country capacity for evidence-informed policy-making2016
Professor David Hunter
Public involvement in health priority setting: future challenges for policy, research and society2016
Professor Clare Bambra
Professor David Hunter
Recommodification, unemployment, and health inequalities: Trends in England and Sweden 1991-20112016
Professor David Hunter
The slow, lingering death of the English NHS: Comment on “Who killed the English National Health Service?”2016
Jane Beenstock
Dr Sarah Sowden
Professor David Hunter
Professor Martin White
Are health and well-being strategies in England fit for purpose? A thematic content analysis2015
Professor David Hunter
Does health services research improve health services? [Book review] "Improving Health Services: background, methods and applications" by Holland Walter, Edward Elgar 2013, 271pp., ISBN 97817834701812015
Professor David Hunter
Dr Adrian Small
Professor Tom McGovern
Professor Christian Hicks
Professor Paula Whitty
et al.
Doing transformational change in the English NHS in the context of "big bang" redisorganisation: Findings from the North East transformation system2015
Professor David Hunter
Professor Ted Schrecker
Governance for health in a changing world: Special issue2015
Professor David Hunter
Health policy and management: In praise of political science: Comment on “on health policy and management (HPAM): Mind the theory-policy-practice gap”2015
Professor David Hunter
Role of politics in understanding complex, messy health systems: An essay by David J Hunter2015
Dr Emily Henderson
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
Professor David Hunter
Systematic review of the use of data from national childhood obesity surveillance programmes in primary care: A conceptual synthesis2015
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
Professor David Hunter
The expanding role of primary care in cancer control2015
Professor David Hunter
Professor Christian Hicks
Professor Tom McGovern
Dr Adrian Small
Edward Lugsden
et al.
A mixed-methods evaluation of transformational change in NHS North East2014
Professor David Hunter
Professor Christian Hicks
Professor Tom McGovern
Edward Lugsden
Professor Martin Eccles
et al.
Give local solutions a chance to improve care: An evaluation of the North East Transformation System contains some important lessons for future large scale change initiatives in the NHS2014
Professor David Hunter
Health and Wellbeing Boards: A new dawn for public health partnerships?2014
Dr Michele Castelli
Professor David Hunter
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
How might healthcare systems influence speed of cancer diagnosis: A narrative review2014
Professor David Hunter
Knowledge exchange in public health2014
Professor Clare Bambra
Professor David Hunter
The impact of Thatcherism on health and well-being in Britain2014
Professor David Hunter
Using interactive workshops to prompt knowledge exchange: A realist evaluation of a knowledge to action initiative2014