Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Jordan, S., Banner, T., Gabe-Walters, M., Mikhail, J., Panes, G., Round, J., Snelgrove, S., Storey, M., Hughes, D. Nurse-led medicines’ monitoring in care homes, implementing the Adverse Drug Reaction (ADRe) Profile improvement initiative for mental health medicines: An observational and interview study PLOS ONE 14 9 e0220885
  2. Hughes, D., Doheny, S. Constructing ‘exceptionality’: a neglected aspect of NHS rationing Sociology of Health & Illness
  3. Hughes, D., Doheny, S. Doing evidence-based medicine? How NHS managers ration high-cost drugs Social Science & Medicine
  4. Jordan, S., Hughes, D. Clozapine deaths: monitoring adverse drug reactions BMJ l482
  5. Supprasert, W., Hughes, D., Khajornchaikul, P. Roles and capacities of Thai family development centres Journal of Children's Services 13 3/4 110 121
  6. Jordan, S., Banner, T., Gabe-Walters, M., Mikhail, J., Round, J., Snelgrove, S., Storey, M., Wilson, D., Hughes, D. Nurse-led medicines’ monitoring in care homes study protocol: a process evaluation of the impact and sustainability of the adverse drug reaction (ADRe) profile for mental health medicines BMJ Open 8 9 e023377
  7. Jordan, S., Logan, P., Panes, G., Vaismoradi, M., Hughes, D. Adverse Drug Reactions, Power, Harm Reduction, Regulation and the ADRe Profiles Pharmacy 6 3 102
  8. Kitreerawutiwong, N., Jordan, S., Hughes, D. Facility type and primary care performance in sub-district health promotion hospitals in Northern Thailand PLOS ONE 12 3 e0174055
  9. Allen, P., Hughes, D., Vincent-Jones, P., Petsoulas, C., Doheny, S., Roberts, J. Public Contracts as Accountability Mechanisms: Assuring quality in public health care in England and Wales Public Management Review 18 1 20 39
  10. Hughes, D. Virtual Special Issue, Sociology of Health & Illness (Blackwell/Wiley) Sociological perspectives on regulation and governance, The Francis Reports Virtual Special Issue Series, Sociology of Health & Illness, 2013.
  11. Sanderson, M., Allen, P., Peckham, S., Hughes, D., Brown, M., Kelly, G., Baldie, D., Mays, N., Linyard, A., Duguid, A. Divergence of NHS choice policy in the UK: what difference has patient choice policy in England made? Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 18 4 202 208
  12. Allen, D., Hughes, D., Dingwall, R. The Francis Reports: Care Standards, Regulation and Accountability Sociology of Health & Illness, Introduction to Virtual Special Issue Series
  13. Hughes, D., Allen, P., Doheny, S., Petsoulas, C., Vincent-JonesDavid, P., Allen, P., Doheny, S., Petsoulas, C., Vincent-Jones, P. Co-operation and conflict under hard and soft contracting regimes: case studies from England and Wales BMC Health Services Research 13 Suppl 1 S7
  14. PRIOR, L., Hughes, D., PECKHAM, S. The Discursive Turn in Policy Analysis and the Validation of Policy Stories Journal of Social Policy 41 02 271 289
  15. Peckham, S., Mays, N., Hughes, D., Sanderson, M., Allen, P., Prior, L., Entwistle, V., Thompson, A., Davies, H. Devolution and Patient Choice: Policy Rhetoric versus Experience in Practice Social Policy & Administration 46 2 199
  16. Promasatayaprot, V., Pongpanich, S., Hughes, D., Srithamrongsawat, S. Universal coverage health care reforms of Thailand: researching the role of the local fund health security in local government purchasers in the north-eastern region of Thailand Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 3 1 49 59
  17. Intaranongpai, S., Hughes, D., Leethongdee, S. The provincial health office as performance manager: change in the local healthcare system after Thailand's universal coverage reforms The International Journal of Health Planning and Management 27 4 n/a 326
  18. Hughes, D. Medical Sociology in the UK: building a research tradition in the shadow of a public National Health Service, Salute e Societa 11 2 38
  19. Petsoulas, C., Allen, P., Hughes, D., Vincent-Jones, P., Roberts, J. The use of standard contracts in the English NHS: a case study analysis Social Science & Medicine, 73 2 185 92
  20. Hughes, D., Doheny, S. Deliberating Tarceva: A case study of how British NHS managers decide whether to purchase a high-cost drug in the shadow of NICE guidance Social Science & Medicine 73 10 1460 1468
  21. Mullen, C., Hughes, D., Vincent-Jones, P., Hughes, D. The democratic potential of public participation: healthcare governance in England Social and Legal Studies 20 1 1 18
  22. Hughes, D., Petsoulas, C., Allen, P., Doheny, S., Vincent-Jones, P. Contracts in the English NHS: Market levers and social embeddedness Health Sociology Review 20 3 321 337
  23. Intaranongpai, S., Hughes, D., Pothinam, S., Leethongdee, S., Tongkrajai, P. The Changing Local Health System in Northeastern Thailand after the Universal Coverage Reforms: Case Studies from Three Health Districts British Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 1 2 151 59
  24. Hughes, D., Leethongdee, S., Osiri, S. Using economic levers to change behaviour: The case of Thailand's universal coverage health care reforms Social Science & Medicine 70 3 447 454
  25. Yıldırım, H., Hughes, D., Yıldırım, T. Markets, modernisation and national interest: three faces of patient choice policy in Turkey Health & Social Care in the Community 19 2 168 177
  26. Hughes, D., Mullen, C., Vincent-Jones, P. Choice vs. voice? PPI policies and the re-positioning of the state in England and Wales Health Expectations 12 3 237 250
  27. Vincent-Jones, P., Hughes, D., Mullen, C. New Labour's PPI Reforms: Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Governance? Modern Law Review 72 2 247 71
  28. Vincent-Jones, P., Hughes, D., Mullen, C. New Labour's PPI Reforms: Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Governance? Modern Law Review 72 2 247
  29. Promasatayaprot, V., Pongpanich, S., Hughes, D., Glangkarn, S. The adjustment of universal health insurance by health policy, strategic planning and health economics in Thailand Journal of Health Education (Thailand) 32 111 71 87
  30. Hughes, D., Vincent-Jones, P., Hughes, D. Schisms in the Church: National Health Service Systems and Institutional Divergence in England and Wales Journal of Health and Social Behavior 49 4 400 416
  31. Hughes, D. Are they still watching? The NHS in international perspective, Bevan Foundation Review 11 22 24
  32. Hughes, D., Leethongdee, S., Hughes, D. Universal Coverage in the Land of Smiles: Lessons from Thailand's 30 Baht Health Reforms Health Affairs 26 4 999 1008

Book Chapters

  1. Hughes, D. Participant observation (Ed.), Researching Health, 3rd edition (eds. M.Saks and J. Allsop) 142 164 London Sage
  2. Hughes, D. UK-wide health policy under the Coalition (Ed.), Dismantling the NHS? Evaluating the impact of health reforms Bristol Policy Press
  3. Hughes, D. Cultural influences on medical knowledge (Ed.), Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine Springer
  4. Hughes, D., Srithamrongsawat, S. Thailand healthcare delivery system (Ed.), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society 882 889 New York Wiley-Blackwell Inc
  5. Hughes, D. Health Administration (Ed.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society 761 764 New York Wiley-Blackwell
  6. Hughes, D. Participant Observation and Health Research’ (Ed.), Researching Health: Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods, 2nd edition. 111 London Sage
  7. Hughes, D. Coping with Uncertainty: Policy and Politics in the National Health Service (Hunter 1980) (Ed.), Shaping Health Policy: Case-Study Methods and Analysis 200 Bristol Policy Press

Other Research Outputs

  1. Hughes, D. Informed consent, judicial review and the uncertainties of ethnographic research in sensitive NHS settings SAGE Research Methods Cases (Online Collection) London Sage
  2. Hughes, D. Migrants’ right to healthcare: accepting limits on what European healthcare systems can provide (letters) British Medical Journal 353 8058
  3. Srithamrongsawat, S., Hughes, D., Thammatach-Aree, J., Putthasri, W., Leethongdee, S. A Decade of Thai UCS Implementation, Universal Coverage Scheme Assessment of the first 10 years : Implementation Nonthaburi, Thailand Health Insurance System Research Office
  4. Office, H., authors, M., Hughes, D. Thailand’s Universal Coverage Scheme: Achievements and Challenges. An Independent Assessment of the First 10 Years (2001‐2010). Synthesis Report Nonthaburi, Thailand Health Insurance System Research Office
  5. Hughes, D. NHS Contracts in England and Wales; changing contexts and relationships. Queen’s Printer and Controller of HMSO
  6. Hughes, D. A comparative study of the construction and implementation of patient choice policies in the UK. Queen’s Printer and Controller of HMSO
  7. Hughes, D. SGI-22: Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Governance. Summary and Institutional Recommendations: Wales, REFGOV Project,
  8. Vincent-Jones, P., Hughes, D., Mullen, C. Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Governance – England and Wales. EU F6, Final Report, Reflexive Governance in the Public Interest (REFGOV), Services of General Interest, health sector case study,
  9. Hughes, D. Comment on Nicholson-Banks, K. Patient and public involvement: involving local people to improve services British Journal of Healthcare Management 16 1
  10. Hughes, D., Vincent-Jones, P., Allen, P., Keen, J., Townsend, J. SGI-7 Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Governance – England and Wales EU F6, Interim Report, Reflexive Governance in the Public Interest (REFGOV), Services of General Interest, health sector case study