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Professor D J Hunter - all publications

Authored book

  • Hunter, DJ (2016). the health debate. Policy Press.
  • Hunter, D.J. & Perkins, N. (2014). Partnership Working in Public Health. Bristol: Policy Press.
  • Greener, I, Harrington, B, Hunter, DJ, Mannion, R & Powell, M (2014). Reforming Healthcare. What's the evidence?. Policy Press.
  • Hunter, David J, Marks, Linda & Smith, Katherine E (2010). The Public Health System in England. Bristol: The Policy Press.
  • Hunter, David J (2008). The Health Debate. Bristol: The Policy Press.
  • Hunter, DJ (2003). Public Health Policy. Polity Press.
  • Hunter, David J (1997). Desperately seeking solutions Rationing health care. Addison Wesley Longman.
  • Hunter, DJ (1997). Desperately Seeking Solutions: Rationing Health Care. Longman, 1997.
  • Harrison, S, Hunter, DJ, Marnoch, G & Pollitt, C (1992). Just Managing: Power and Culture in the National Health Service. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
  • Harrison, S, Hunter, DJ & Pollitt, C (1990). The Dynamics of British Health Policy. London Unwin Hyman.
  • Hunter, DJ, McKeganey, N & MacPherson, I (1988). Care of the Elderly Policy and Practice. Aberdeen University Press.
  • Hunter, DJ & Wistow, G (1987). Community Care in Britain: Variations on a Theme. King Edward's Hospital Fund, 1987.
  • Hunter, DJ (1980). Coping with Uncertainty: Policy and Politics in the National Health Service. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons/Research Studies Press.

Chapter in book

  • Hunter, DJ (2016). Public health policy and practice: facing the future. In The Health of the Nation: Averting the demise of universal healthcare. Stubbs, Edmund Civitas. 149-163.
  • Hunter, D.J. (2013). Getting knowledge on 'wicked problems' in health promotion into action. In Health Promotion and the Policy Process. Clavier, Carole & De Leeuw, Evelyne Oxford: Oxford University Press. 131-153.
  • Wood,C, Hunter, DJ, Jeffreys, B, Britnell, M, Abrahams, D, Bambra, C, Wind-Cowie, M & Hudson, R (2013). Health in Austerity. In Demos.
  • Hunter, David J (2009). The British NHS: back to the future? In Thinking about almost everything > new ideas to light up minds. Amin, Ash, O'Neill, Michael, Brown, Donna-Marie & Daya, Shari London: Profile Books Ltd. 207-209.
  • Hunter, David J (2008). Speaking Truth to Power: On the Discomforts of Researching the Contemporary Policy Process. In Organizing and Reorganizing: Power and Change in Health Care Organisations. McKee, L, Ferlie, E & Hyde, P Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 87-98.
  • Dooris, M & Hunter, David J (2007). Organisations and settings for promoting public health. In Policy and practice in promoting public health. Lloyd, C E, Handsley, S, Douglas, J, Earle, S & Spurr, S London: Sage Publications in association with The Open University. 95-125.
  • Hunter, David J (2007). Public Health Policy. In Public Health for the 21st Century: New Perspectives on Policy, Participation and Practice. Orme, Judy, Powell, Jane, Taylor, Pat & Grey, Melanie Maidenhead: Open University Press. 24-41.
  • Hunter, David J (2007). Public health: historical context and current agenda. In Public Health: social context and action. Scriven, A & Garman, S Maidenhead: Open University Press. 8-19.
  • Hunter, David J (2007). Values and Health Policy in the European Union. In Devolving Policy, Diverging Values? The Values of the United Kingdom's National Health Services. Greer, Scott L & Rowland, David London: The Nuffield Trust. 69-85.
  • Hunter, David J (2006). Efficiency. In Constructive Conversations about Health: Policy and Values. Marinker, M Oxford: Radcliffe.
  • Hunter, David J (2006). From tribalism to corporatism: the continuing managerial challenge to medical dominance. In Challenging Medicine. Kelleher, D, Gabe, J & Williams, G London: Routledge. 1-22.
  • Hunter, David J, Shishkin, S & Taroni, F (2005). Steering the purchaser, stewardship and government. In Purchasing to Improve Health Systems Performance. Figeuras, Josep, Robinson, Ray & Jakubowski, Elke Cambridge: Open University Press. 164-181.
  • P. Degeling, R. Iedema, M. Winters, S. Maxwell, B. Coyle, J. Kennedy & D.J. Hunter (2003). Leadership in the Context of Health Reform: An Australian Case Study. In Leading Health Care Organizations. Sue Dopson & A. L Mark Palgrave Macmillan. 113-133.
  • Hunter, David J (2003). Public Health Policy. In Public Health for the 21st Century: New perspectives on policy, participation and practice. Orme, J., Powell, J, Taylor, P, Harrison, T & Grey, M Maidenhead: Open University Press. 15-41.
  • Hunter, David J (2002). A Tale of Two Tribes: the tension between managerial and professional values. In Hidden Assets: Values and decision-making in the NHS. New, B & Neuberger, J London: King's Fund.
  • Hunter, David J (2002). England. In Health Targets in Europe: Polity, progress and promise. Marinker, M London: BMJ Books.
  • Hunter, David J (2002). Management and public health. In Oxford Textbook of Public Health. Detels, R, McEwen, J, Beaglehole, R & Tanka, H London: Oxford University Press. 2: The Methods of Public Health.: 921-935.
  • Hunter, David J (2001). A call to action. In What Determines Health and Quality of Life? Health as good economics. Rubin, E R Washington DC: Association of Academic Health Centers.
  • Hunter, David J (2001). Management Science and Planning. In Oxford Textbook of Public Health Medicine. Holland, W et al Oxford: Oxford Univesity Press.
  • Hunter, David J (2001). Rationing, priorities and targeting. In Textbook of Community Psychiatry. Thornicroft, G & Szmukler, G Oxford: Oxford Univesity Press.

Edited book

  • Hunter, David J (2008). Perspectives on Joint Director of Public Health Appointments. london: Improvement and Development Foundation.
  • Hunter, David J (2007). Managing for Health. Routledge Health Management. Oxon: Routledge.
  • Griffiths, S & Hunter, David J (2007). New Perspectives in Public Health. Oxford: Radcliffe.
  • Hunter, D, Berg M, Jioks,am R & Ovretveit J (2005). Health Management Series. Routledge Business.

Monograph

  • Marks, Linda & Hunter, David J (2007). Social Enterprises and the NHS. Changing Patterns of Ownership and Accountability. London: UNISON.

Book review

  • Hunter, David J (2011). Memoirs of New Labour's NHS Chief (Review of the Week). BMJ 343: d6579.

Journal Article

  • Holmes, B., Best, A., Davies, H., Hunter, D.J., Kelly, M., Marshall, M. & Rycroft-Malone, J. (2017). Mobilising knowledge in complex health systems: a call to action. Evidence & Policy 13(3): 539-560.
  • Farrants, K., Bambra, C., Nylen, L., Kasim, A., Bustrom, B. & Hunter, D. (2017). The recommodification of Healthcare? A case study of user charges and inequalities in access to healthcare in Sweden 1980-2005. Health Policy 121(1): 42-49.
  • Hunter, D.J. & Visram, S. (2016). Better evidence for smarter policy making. BMJ 355: i6399.
  • Hunter, D.J., Kieslich, K., Littlejohns, P., Staniszewska, S., Tumilty, E., Weale, A. & Williams, I. (2016). Public involvement in health priority setting: future challenges for policy, research and society. Journal of Health Organization and Management 30(5): 796-808.
  • Farrants, K., Bambra, C., Nyle, L., Kasim, A., Burstro, B. & Hunter, D.J. (2016). Recommodification, Unemployment, and Health Inequalities: Trends in England and Sweden 1991–2011. International Journal of Health Services 46(2): 300-324.
  • Hunter, DJ, Marks, L, Brown, J Scalabrini, S, Salway, S, Vale, L, Gray, J & Payne, N (2016). The potential value of priority-setting methods in public health investment decisions: qualitative findings from three English local authorities. Critical Public Health 26(5): 578-587.
  • Hunter, D.J. (2016). The Slow, Lingering Death of the English NHS; Comment on “Who Killed the English National Health Service?”. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 5(1): 55-57.
  • Beenstock, J., Sowden, S., Hunter, D.J. & White, M. (2015). Are health and well-being strategies in England fit for purpose? A thematic content analysis. Journal of Public Health 37(3): 461-469.
  • Hunter, D.J. (2015). Does health services research improve health services? Health Economics, Policy and Law 10(03): 317-325.
  • Hunter, D.J., Erskine, J., Small, A., McGovern, T., Hicks, C., Whitty, P. & Lugsden, E. (2015). Doing transformational change in the English NHS in the context of “big bang” redisorganisation: Findings from the North East transformation system. Journal of Health Organization and Management 29(1): 10-24.
  • Hunter, D.J., Schrecker, T. & Alderslade, R. (2015). Governance for health in a changing world: special issue. Public Health 129(7): 831-832.
  • Hunter, D.J. (2015). Health Policy and Management: in praise of political science Comment on “On Health Policy and Management (HPAM): mind the theory-policy-practice gap”. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 4(6): 391-394.
  • Hunter, D.J. (2015). Role of politics in understanding complex, messy health systems: an essay by David J Hunter. BMJ 350: h1214.
  • Henderson, E.J., Ells, L., Rubin, G.P. & Hunter, D.J. (2015). Systematic review of the use of data from national childhood obesity surveillance programmes in primary care: a conceptual synthesis. Obesity Reviews 16(11): 962-971.
  • Rubin, G., Berendsen, A., Crawford, M., Dommett, R., Earle, C., Emery, J., Fahey, T., Grassi, L., Grunfeld, E., Gupta, S., Hamilton, W., Hiom, S., Hunter, D.J., Lyratzopoulos, G., Macleod, U., Mason, R., Mitchell, G., Neal, R., Peake, M., Roland, M., Seifert, B., Sisler, J., Sussman, J., Taplin, S., Vedsted, P., Voruganti, T., Walter, F., Wardle, J., Watson, E., Weller, D., Wender, R, Whelan, J., Whitlock, J., Wilkinson, C., De Wit, N. & Zimmermann, C. (2015). The expanding role of primary care in cancer control. The Lancet Oncology 16(12): 1231-1272.
  • Marks, L., Hunter, D.J., Scalabrini, S., Gray, J., McCafferty, S., Payne, N., Peckham, S., Salway, S. & Thokala, P. (2015). The return of public health to local government in England: changing the parameters of the public health prioritization debate? Public Health 129(9): 1194-1203.
  • Hunter, D.J., Erskine, J., Hicks, C., McGovern, T., Small, A., Lugsden, E., Whitty, P., Steen, I.N. & Eccles, M. (2014). A mixed-methods evaluation of transformational change in NHS North East. Health Services and Delivery Research 2(47).
  • Bambra C, Garthwaite K & Hunter D (2014). All things being equal: Does it matter for equity how you organise and pay for health care? A review of the International Evidence. International Journal of Health Services 44(3): 457-477.
  • Hunter, DJ, Erskine, J, Hicks, C, McGovern, T, Lugsden, E, Eccles, M, Steen, N & Whitty, P (2014). 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 NHS. Health Service Journal
  • Perkins, N. & Hunter, D.J. (2014). Health and Wellbeing Boards: a new dawn for public health partnerships? Journal of Integrated Care 22(5/6): 220-229.
  • Brown, S, Castelli, M, Hunter, DJ, Erskine, J, Vedsted, P, Foot, C & Rubin, G (2014). How might healthcare systems influence speed of cancer diagnosis: a narrative review. Social Science & Medicine 116: 56-63.
  • Hunter, D.J., Rushmer, R. & Best, A. (2014). Knowledge Exchange in Public Health Mini-Symposium. Public Health 128(6): 495-496.
  • Scott-Samuel, A., Bambra, C., Collins, C., Hunter, D.J., McCartney, G. & Smith, K. (2014). The Impact of Thatcherism on Health and Well-Being in Britain. International Journal of Health Services 44(1): 53-71.
  • Rushmer, R., Hunter, D.J. & Steven, A. (2014). Using interactive workshops to prompt knowledge exchange: a realist evaluation of a knowledge to action initiative. Public Health 128(6): 552-560.
  • Hunter, D.J. (2013). Health inequality and governance in Scotland since 2007. Public Health 127(6): 517-518.
  • Hunter, David J (2013). Will 1 April mark the beginning of the end of England’s NHS? Yes. BMJ 346(mar26 4): f1951.
  • Hunter, DJ (2012). A European Perspective on Health Policy Issues, Tackling the Health Divide in Europe: The Role of the World Health Organization. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 37(5): 867-78.
  • Blackman, Tim, Harrington, Barbara, Elliott, Eva, Greene, Alex, Hunter, David J, Marks, Linda, McKee, Lorna & Williams, Gareth (2012). Framing health inequalities for local intervention: comparative case studies. Sociology of Health and Illness 34(1): 49-63.
  • McCafferty, Sara, Williams, Lestyn, Hunter, David, Robinson, Suzanne, Donaldson, Cam & Bate, Angela (2012). Implementing world class commissioning competencies. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 17(Supplement 1): 40 - 48.
  • Hunter, David J & Williams, Gareth H (2012). Lost in Translation: English NHS 'reform' and the fate of the public interest. Health Equalities (1): 5.
  • Hunter,David J & Williams, Gareth H (2012). NHS "reform" in England: where is the public interest? British Medical Journal BMJ 2012;344:e2014.
  • Hunter, David J & Perkins, Neil (2012). Partnership working in public health: the implications for governance of a systems approach. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 17(Supplement 2): 45-52.
  • Hunter, David J (2012). WHO's ambitious new European health strategy: Political will must be galvanised for Health 2020 to succeed. British Medical Journal 345: BMJ 2012;345:e5928, e5928.
  • Bambra, C., Smith, K.E., Garthwaite, K., Joyce, K. & Hunter, D. (2011). A labour of Sisyphus? Public policy and health inequalities research from the Black and Acheson Reports to the Marmot Review. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 65(5): 399-406.
  • Hunter, David J (2011). Change of Government: one more big bang health care reform in England’s National Health Service. International Journal of Health Services 41(1): 159-174.
  • Hunter, David J (2011). Curate your own Exhibition. British Medical Journal 342: d2995.
  • Marks, Linda, Cave, S, Hunter, David J, Mason, James, Peckham, S & Wallace, A (2011). Governance for health and well-being in the English NHS. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 16(S1): 14-21.
  • Marks, Linda, Cave, S, Wallace, A, Mason, A, Hunter, David J, Mason, James & Peckham, S (2011). Incentivizing preventive services in primary care: perspectives on Local Enhanced Services. Journal of Public Health 33(4): 556-564.
  • Hunter, David J (2011). Is the Big Society a Big Con? Journal of Public Health 33(1): 13-14.
  • Exworthy, Mark & Hunter, David J (2011). The Challenge of Joined-Up Government in Tackling Health Inequalities. International Journal of Public Administration 34(4): 201-212.
  • Perkins, N., Smith, K., Hunter, D.J., Bambra, C. & Joyce, K.E. (2010). 'What Counts is What Works'? New Labour and Partnerships in Public Health. Policy and Politics 38(1): 101-117.
  • Perkins, N., Smith, K., Hunter, D.J., Bambra, C. & Joyce, K.E. (2010). 'What Counts is What Works'? New Labour and Partnerships in Public Health. Policy and Politics 38(1): 101-117.
  • Hunter, David J. (2010). Commentary: Meeting the public health challenge in the age of austerity. Journal of Public Health 32(3): 309.
  • Marks, Linda, Cave, Sally & Hunter, David J. (2010). Public health governance: views of key stakeholders. Public Health 124(1): 55-59.
  • Hunter, David J (2010). Should the NHS budget be ring-fenced? No. British Medical Journal 341: 4354.
  • Hunter, David J (2010). The impact of the spending review on health and social care. British Medical Journal
  • Blackman, T., Harrington, B., Hunter, D., Marks, L., McKee, L., Greene, A., Elliott, E. & Williams, G. (2010). Wicked Comparisons: Reflections on Cross-national Research about Health Inequalities in the UK. Evaluation 16(1): 43-57.
  • Smith, K., Hunter, D., Blackman, T., Elliott, E., Greene, A., Harrington, B., Marks, L., McKee, L. & Williams, G. (2009). Divergence or Convergence? Health Inequalities and Policy in a Devolved Britain. Critical Social Policy 29(2): 216-242.
  • Mataria, A, Khatib, R, Donaldson, C, Bossert, T, Hunter, David J, Alsyed, F & Moatti, J-P (2009). Health in the Occupied Palestinian Territory 5 The health-care system: an assessment and reform agenda. Lancet
  • Carr, S M, Lousier, M, Reynolds, J, Hunter, David J & Hannaway, Catherine (2009). Leadership for health improvement - implementation and evaluation. Journal of Health, Organization and Management 23: 200-215.
  • Hunter, David J (2009). Leading for Health and Wellbeing: the need for a new paradigm. Journal of Public Health 31: 202-204.
  • Erskine, J, Hunter, DJ, Hicks, C, McGovern, T, Scott, E, Lugsden, E, Kunonga, E & Whitty, P (2009). New development: First steps towards an evaluation of the North East Transformation System. Public Money & Management 29(5): 273-276.
  • Smith, K E, Bambra, Claire, Joyce, K E, Perkins, Neil, Hunter, David J & Blenkinsopp, E (2009). Partners in health? A systematic review of the impact of organizational partnerships on public health outcomes in England between 1997 and 2008. Journal of Public Health 31(2): 210-221.
  • Hunter, David J (2009). Relationship between evidence and policy: A case of evidence-based policy or policy-based evidence? Public Health 123(9): 583-586.
  • Blackman, T., Elliot, E., Green, A. Harrington, B., Smith, K., Hunter, D., Marks, L., McKee, L. & Williams, G. (2009). Tackling health inequalities in post-devolution Britain: do targets matter? Public Administration 87(4): 762 - 778.
  • Hunter, David J (2009). The case against choice and competition. Health Economics, Policy and Law 4(4): 489-501.
  • Russell, A., Heckler, S., White, M., Sengupta, S., Chappel, D., Hunter, D.J., Mason, J., Milne, E. & Lewis, S. (2009). The evolution of a UK regional tobacco control office in its early years: social contexts and policy dynamics. Health Promotion International 24(3): 262-268.
  • Mataria, Awad Khatib, Rana Donaldson, Cam Bossert, Thomas Hunter, David J & Alsayed, Fahed et al (2009). The health-care system: an assessment and reform agenda. Lancet 373(9670) ): 1207-1217.
  • Hunter, David, J. & Richards, T. (2008). Health and Wealth in Europe. British Medical Journal 336: 1390.
  • Peckham, S, Hunter David, J & Hann, A (2008). The delivery and organisation of public health in England: setting the research agenda. Public Health (122): 1439-1444.
  • Hunter, David J (2008). The state of the public health system in England. Public Health (122): 1042-1046.
  • Hunter, David J (2008). Viewpoints: Health needs more than health care: the need for a new paradigm. The European Journal of Public Health 18(3): 217-220.
  • Hunter, David J & Brown, J (2007). A review of health management research. European Journal of Public Health 17(supplement 1): 33-37.
  • Peckham, Stephen, Hunter, David J & Hann, Alison (2007). The delivery and organization of public health in England: setting the research agenda. Journal of the Royal Institute of Public Health 122(1): 99-104.
  • Hunter, David J (2006). The tsunami of reform: the rise and fall of the NHS. British Journal of Health Care Management 12(1): 18-23.
  • Hunter, David J (2005). Choosing or losing health? Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 59(12): 1010-1012.
  • Choi, B C K, Hunter, David J, Tsou, W & Sainsbury, P (2005). Diseases of comfort: primary cause of death in the 22nd century. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 59(12): 1030-1034.
  • Hunter, David J (2005). Guest Editorial: UKPHA Mini Symposium. Public Health 119(11): 949-951.
  • Hunter, David J & Crowley, Philip (2005). Putting the public back into public health. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 59(4): 265-267.
  • Hunter, David J & Marks, Linda (2005). Speak Out. Health Service Journal 23: 23.
  • Hunter, David J, Wilkinson, J & Coyle, E (2005). Would regional government have been good for your health? British Medical Journal 330(7484): 159-160.
  • Hunter, David J (2004). A structural perspective on health care reform. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 9( (1): 51-3.
  • Hunter, David J & Sengupta S (2004). Building multidisciplinary public health in the UK. Critical Public Health 14(1): 1-5.
  • Hunter, David J (2004). Commentary: Getting a grip on clinical variations in hospital services. British Medical Journal 328: 610-610.
  • Hunter, David J & Rayner, G. (2004). Guest Editorial. Public Health 118: 461-487.
  • Degeling, P.J., Maxwell, S., Iedema, R. & Hunter, D.J. (2004). Making clinical governance work. British Medical Journal 329(7467): 679-681.
  • Hunter, David J & Goodwin, N. (2004). On public health. Health Service Journal 114: 17.
  • Hunter, David J, Walshe, K, Smith, J, Dixon, J, Edwards, N, Mays, N, Normand, C & Robinson, R (2004). Primary care trusts. British Medical Journal 329(7470): 871-872.
  • Hunter, David J & Goodwin, N (2004). Public Health - coming of age? Public Health News (24 May): 8-9.
  • Hunter, David J (2004). Public Health Policy: The Issues, The Future. IFMH Inform 15(3): 1-3.
  • Hunter, David J & Rayner, G (2004). Special Issue on The UKPHA and Congress of the World Federation of PHAs conference. Public Health 118: 461-487.
  • Sengupta, S & Hunter, David J (2004). Special Issue: Building multidisciplinary public health in the UK. Critical Public Health 14(1).
  • Hunter, David J (2003). A different angle. Health Service Journal 113: 16-17.
  • Hunter, David J (2003). Evidence-based policy and practice: riding for a fall? Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 96(4): 194-6.
  • Hunter, David J (2003). Foundation hospital: back to the future. Spectrum 3: 4-5.
  • Hunter, David J (2003). Foundation hospitals: back to the future? Public Money & Management 23(4): 211-13.
  • Hunter, David J (2003). Inequality street. Health Service Journal 113: 16-17.
  • Hunter, David J (2003). The Wanless report and public health. British Medical Journal 327(7415): 573-4.
  • Hunter, David J (2003). Turn of the tide. Health Service Journal 113: 18-19.
  • Hunter, David J & Robinson, R (2002). The changing public-private mix in health care. British Journal of Health Care Management 8(8): 301-304.
  • Degeling, P, Hunter, David J & Dowdeswell, B (2001). Changing health care systems. Journal of Integrated Care Pathways 5(2): 64-69.
  • Hunter, David J (2001). Four cheers for disruption. Health Service Journal 111: 22.
  • Hunter, David J & Goodwin, N (2001). Public health: how to get promoted. Health Service Journal 111: 26-27.
  • Hunter, David J (2001). Rationing healthcare: the appeal of muddling through elegantly. Healthcare Papers 2(2): 31-37.
  • Smith, J, Walshe, K & Hunter, David J (2001). The 'redisorganisation' of the NHS. British Medical Journal 323: 1262-1263.
  • Hunter, David J (2001). The NHS Plan: a new direction for English public health? Critical Public Health 11(1): 75-81.
  • Hunter, David J (2001). Weak hands on rubber levers. Health Service Journal 111: 22.
  • Collins, C, Green, A & Hunter, DJ (1999). Health sector reform and the interpretation of policy context. Health Policy 47(1): 69-83.
  • Hunter, David J, Fairfield, G, Mechanic, D & Rosleff, F (1997). Managed care Implications of managed care. British Medical Journal 315(21): 1895-1898.
  • Hunter, DJ & Fairfield, G (1997). Managed Care: Disease Management. BMJ 315(7099): 50-3.
  • Fairfielda, G Hunter, DJ, Mechanic, D & Rosleff, F (1997). Managed Care: Implications of Managed Care for Health Systems, Clinicians and Patients. British Medical Journal 314: 1895-98.
  • Fairfield, G Hunter, DJ , Mechanic, D & Rosleff, F (1997). Managed Care: Origins, Principles and Evolution. British Medical Journal 314: 1823-6.
  • Hunter, David J (1996). The changing roles of personnel in health and health care management. Social Science and Medicine 53(5): 799-808.
  • Hunter, DJ (1995). Rationing health care: the political perspective. British Medical Bulletin 51(4): 876-884.
  • Hunter, DJ (1993). To market! To market! A new dawn for community care? Health & Social Care in the Community 1(1): 3-10.
  • Hunter, DJ (1992). Doctors as managers: Poachers turned gamekeepers? Social Science & Medicine 35(4): 557-566.
  • Hunter, DJ (1991). Managing Medicine: A response to the 'crisis'. Social Science and Medicine 32(4): 441-448.
  • McKeganey, N & Hunter, DJ (1986). 'Only Connect … ': tightrope walking and joint working in the care of the elderly. Policy & Politics 14(3): 335-360.
  • Hunter, DJ (1984). NHS Management: is Griffiths the Last Quick Fix? Public Administration 52(1): 91-4.
  • Hunter, DJ (1982). Organising for Health: the NHS in the United Kingdom. Journal of Public Policy 2(3): 253-300.
  • Hunter, DJ (1979). Coping with uncertainty: decisions and resources within health authorities. Sociology of Health and Illness 1(1): 40-68.

Newspaper/Magazine Article

  • Hunter, D.J. & Goodwin, N. (2014). Context is everything in health leadership. Health service journal Feb: 16-17.
  • Hunter, DJ (2014). The Public Health Shift Is Not Simple. Health service journal 124(6410): 16.
  • Hunter, DJ (2013). To Market! To Market!
  • Hunter, D.J. (2009). Be bold with the NHS - be inspired by Cuba. Public Servant 10-11.
  • Hunter, David J (2001). Control freaks in the firing line. Health service journal 111: 16.

Other (Print)

  • Boyce, Tammy & Hunter, David J (2009). Improving partnership working to reduce health inequalities.

Report

  • Brown, J, Hunter, D.J, Marks, L, Salway, S, Gray, J, McCafferty, S, Payne, N, Peckham, S, Thokala, P & Vale, L (2017). Shifting the gravity of spending? Exploring methods for supporting public health commissioners in priority-setting to improve population health and address health inequalities. Report of the findings of a follow on study. Durham, Durham University, School of Medicine, Pharmacy & Health.
  • Brown, J, Hunter, D.J, Marks, L, Salway, S, Gray, J, McCafferty, S, Payne, N, Peckham, S, Thokala, P & Vale, L (2016). Shifting the gravity of spending? Exploring methods for supporting public health commissioners in priority-setting to improve population health and address health inequalities. Second phase interviews: report of qualitative findings. Durham, Durham University, School of Medicine, Pharmacy & Health.
  • Brown, J., Hunter, D.J., Marks, L., Salway, S., Gray, J., McCafferty, S., Payne, N., Peckham, S., Thokala, P. & Vale, L. (2016). Shifting the gravity of spending? Results of a national survey of selected members of Health and Wellbeing Boards. Durham, Durham University, School of Medicine, Pharmacy & Health.
  • McShane, J, Cramer, S, Lincoln, P, Alessi, C, Sibley, J Hunter, DJ, Buck, D, Noble, C, Kelly, M, Blake, S, Cox, C, Whiles, S & Fenton, K (2014). Public Health in Local Government – One Year On. LGA.
  • South, J, Hunter, DJ & Gamsu, M (2014). What Local Government Needs to Know about Public Health. A Local Government Knowledge Navigator Evidence Review.
  • Greener, Ian, Harrington, Barbara, Hunter, David J, Mannion, Rusell & Powell, Martin (2011). A realistic review of clinico-managerial relationships in the NHS: 1991-2010. Queen’s Printer and Controller of HMSO 2011.
  • Hunter, David J., Perkins, N. S., Bambra, Clare, Marks, Linda, Blackman, Tim & Hopkins, Trevor (2011). Partnership Working and the Implications for Governance: Issues affecting public health partnerships. Southampton, © Queen’s Printer and Controller of HMSO 2011.
  • Hunter, David J (2010). Reflections on the Use of Knowledge and Regulation: The Case of WHO and Mental Health in Europe. www.knowandpol.eu, KNOW & POL.
  • Hunter, David J. (2010). What makes people healthy and what makes them ill? On-line, Improvement and Development Agency.
  • Hunter, David J, Barry, M & McCulloch, A (2008). A Review of Scotland's National Programme for Improving Mental Health and Wellbeing 2003-2006. Edinburgh, NHS Scotland.
  • Hunter, David J (2007). Learning from Healthy Living Centres: The Changing Policy Context. Big Lottery Fund.
  • Hunter, David J & Marks, Linda (2005). Managing for Health; What incentives exist for NHS managers to focus on wider health issues? London, King's Fund.
  • (2004). Tackling Health Inequalities: turning policy into practice? London, Health Development Agency.
  • Hunter, David J (2003). Public Health Management: making it a global concern. World health Organisation.
  • Hunter, David J. & Killoran, A. (2003). Tackling Health Inequalities: turning policy into practice. London, UK, Health Development Agency.
  • Hunter, David J, Robinson, R & New, B (2002). Integrated care and development of public-private partnerships. A report commissioned by the Nuffield Trust. Durham, Durham University.
  • Hunter, David J (2002). Public Health Management: making it a global concern. Department of Noncommunicable Diseases, Geneva, World Health Organisation.
  • Hunter, David J, Fulop, N & Warner, M (2001). From 'Health of the Nation' to 'Our Healthier Nation': A case study from England. Policy Learning Curve Series No 2, European Centre for Health Policy, Brussels, WHO Regional Office for Europe.
  • Hunter, DJ (1999). Managing for Health: Implementing the new health agenda.
  • Hunter, DJ (1998). Investing in Health? An Assessment of the Impact of the Health of the Nation. London: The Stationery Office.
  • Hunter, DJ & Coote, A (1996). New Agenda for Health.
  • Hunter, DJ & Richards, H (1990). Towards a Framework for Joint Planning in Scotland. Scottish Office: Edinburgh.
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Working Paper

  • Hunter, David J (2010). Getting to grips with health inequalities at last? British Medical Journal
  • Calman, K, Hunter, David J & May, A (2004). Lost in Translation: a commentary on the implementation of the NHS Plan.
  • Calman, K, Hunter, David J & May, A (2002). Make or Break Time for Health under New Labour? a commentary on Labour's health policy two years into the NHS Plan.
  • Calman, K, Hunter, David J & May, A (2001). Things Can Only Get Better: a commentary on implementing the NHS Plan.