Journal Articles

  1. & Constructing ‘exceptionality’: a neglected aspect of NHS rationing. Sociology of Health & Illness
  2. & Clozapine deaths: monitoring adverse drug reactions. BMJ, l482
  3. & Doing evidence-based medicine? How NHS managers ration high-cost drugs. Social Science & Medicine
  4. & Roles and capacities of Thai family development centres. Journal of Children's Services 13(3/4), 110-121.
  5. & 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
  6. & Adverse Drug Reactions, Power, Harm Reduction, Regulation and the ADRe Profiles. Pharmacy 6(3), 102
  7. & Facility type and primary care performance in sub-district health promotion hospitals in Northern Thailand. PLOS ONE 12(3), e0174055
  8. & Public Contracts as Accountability Mechanisms: Assuring quality in public health care in England and Wales. Public Management Review 18(1), 20-39.
  9. 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.
  10. & The Francis Reports: Care Standards, Regulation and Accountability. Sociology of Health & Illness, Introduction to Virtual Special Issue Series
  11. & Co-operation and conflict under hard and soft contracting regimes: case studies from England and Wales. BMC Health Services Research 13(Suppl 1), S7
  12. et. al. 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.
  13. & The Discursive Turn in Policy Analysis and the Validation of Policy Stories. Journal of Social Policy 41(02), 271-289.
  14. & Devolution and Patient Choice: Policy Rhetoric versus Experience in Practice. Social Policy & Administration 46(2), 199
  15. & 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.
  16. & 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.
  17. Medical Sociology in the UK: building a research tradition in the shadow of a public National Health Service,. Salute e Societa 11(2)-38.
  18. & The use of standard contracts in the English NHS: a case study analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 73(2), 185-92.
  19. & 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.
  20. & The democratic potential of public participation: healthcare governance in England. Social and Legal Studies 20(1), 1-18.
  21. & Contracts in the English NHS: Market levers and social embeddedness. Health Sociology Review 20(3), 321-337.
  22. & 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.
  23. & Using economic levers to change behaviour: The case of Thailand's universal coverage health care reforms. Social Science & Medicine 70(3), 447-454.
  24. & Markets, modernisation and national interest: three faces of patient choice policy in Turkey. Health & Social Care in the Community 19(2), 168-177.
  25. & Choice vs. voice? PPI policies and the re-positioning of the state in England and Wales. Health Expectations 12(3), 237-250.
  26. & New Labour's PPI Reforms: Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Governance?. Modern Law Review 72(2), 247-71.
  27. & New Labour's PPI Reforms: Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Governance?. Modern Law Review 72(2), 247
  28. & 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.
  29. & 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.
  30. Are they still watching? The NHS in international perspective,. Bevan Foundation Review 11, 22-24.
  31. & Universal Coverage in the Land of Smiles: Lessons from Thailand's 30 Baht Health Reforms. Health Affairs 26(4), 999-1008.

Book Chapters

  1. Participant observation. In Researching Health, 3rd edition (eds. M.Saks and J. Allsop). (pp. 142-164). London: Sage.
  2. UK-wide health policy under the Coalition. In Exworthy, M. Mannion, R. and Powell, M., (Ed.), Dismantling the NHS? Evaluating the impact of health reforms. Bristol: Policy Press.
  3. Cultural influences on medical knowledge. In Schramme, T and Edwards, S. (Ed.), Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine. Springer.
  4. & Thailand healthcare delivery system. In Cockerham, W.C., Dingwall, R. and Quay, S. (Ed.), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society. (pp. 882-889). New York: Wiley-Blackwell Inc.
  5. Health Administration. In Cockerham, W.C., Dingwall, R. and Quay, S. (Ed.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society. (pp. 761-764). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
  6. Participant Observation and Health Research’. In Saks, M. and Allsop, J. (Ed.), Researching Health: Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods, 2nd edition.. -111). London: Sage.
  7. Coping with Uncertainty: Policy and Politics in the National Health Service (Hunter 1980). In Mark Exworthy, Stephen Peckham, Martin Powell & Alison Hann (Ed.), Shaping Health Policy: Case-Study Methods and Analysis. -200). Bristol: Policy Press.

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2018). Informed consent, judicial review and the uncertainties of ethnographic research in sensitive NHS settings. (SAGE Research Methods Cases (Online Collection)). London: Sage.
  2. (2016). Migrants’ right to healthcare: accepting limits on what European healthcare systems can provide (letters). (British Medical Journal No. 353).
  3. & (2012). A Decade of Thai UCS Implementation, Universal Coverage Scheme Assessment of the first 10 years : Implementation. Nonthaburi, Thailand: Health Insurance System Research Office.
  4. & (2012). 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. (2011). NHS Contracts in England and Wales; changing contexts and relationships.. : Queen’s Printer and Controller of HMSO.
  6. (2011). A comparative study of the construction and implementation of patient choice policies in the UK.. : Queen’s Printer and Controller of HMSO.
  7. (2010). SGI-22: Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Governance. Summary and Institutional Recommendations: Wales, REFGOV Project, .
  8. & (2010). 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. (2010). Comment on Nicholson-Banks, K. Patient and public involvement: involving local people to improve services. (British Journal of Healthcare Management No. 16).
  10. & (2008). 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.