Papers

Publications: Alex Mold

2016

 

Publications: Gareth Millward

2016

 

Presentations: Alex Mold

2017

  • ‘Taking London’s Pulse: Searching for the Public in the Digitised MOsH Reports’, Diagnosis London Workshop, British Academy, London, February 2017
  • ‘In and out of Local Government, 1948-2012: the Changing Place of the Public Health Function’, Localism, Devolution and Transformation in the NHS: What Can We Learn From History?, Joint IPPR/Centre for History in Public Health Workshop, London, May 2017

2016

  • ‘Alcohol health education posters of the 1970s’, Posters: New Research, New Perspectives, V&A Museum, London, December 2016
  • ‘Now and Then: 160 Years of the Public’s Health’, Paper for the Royal Society of Public Health’s 160th Anniversary, Royal Society of Public Health, London, October 2016
  • ‘Placing the public in public health: epidemiology and the public in post-war Britain’, International Journal of Epidemiology Conference, University of Bristol, October 2016
  • ‘“Everybody likes a drink, nobody likes a drunk”. Alcohol, Health Education and the Public in 1970s Britain’, Society for the Social History of Medicine Conference, University of Kent, July 2016
  •  ‘The public and the self: public health in Post-War Britain’, Balancing the Self Conference, University of Exeter, June 2016
  •  Patient-Consumers? Patient Organisations and Health Consumerism in Post-war Britain’, Paper for People-Powered Medicine, Royal College of Surgeons, May 2016
  • ‘Public Health and the Chronic in Post-war Britain’, The Chronic: Temporality, Care and Health Workshop, Birkbeck, University of London, March 2016

2015

  • ‘The health of the people: public health on display in post-war Britain’, European Association for the History of Medicine and Health Conference, Cologne, Germany, September 2015
  • ‘Envisaging the Public: Public Health, the Public and the Visual in Modern Britain’, Modern British Studies Conference, University of Birmingham, July 2015
  • ‘Picturing public health: visual culture and public health in post-war Britain’, American Association for the History of Medicine Conference, New Haven, CT., May 2015
  • ‘Placing the Public in Public Health: Public Health in Britain, 1948-2010’, University of Edinburgh History of Medicine Series, Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh, February 2015

2014

  • ‘Posters, promotion and the public: communicating public health in post-war Britain’, Society for the Social History of Medicine Conference, St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, July 2014
  • ‘Situating medicine: the place of the patient in post-war Britain’, Situating Medicine: New Directions Conference, University of Warwick, June 2014
  • ‘“Ghosts in the machine”: patients, the public and participation in post-war British health care’, Centre for the History of Medicine Seminar Series, University of Birmingham, March 2014

 

Presentations: Gareth Millward

2016

  • ‘”She might want to be a nurse or an air hostess”: Communicating with the Public about Smallpox Vaccination in Post-War Britain’, Society for the Social History of Medicine Conference, University of Kent, July 2016
  • ‘Why don’t we vaccinate against smallpox any more? The post-war decline of routine smallpox vaccination in Britain’, University of Birmingham Medical School, January 2016

2015

  • ‘Did the government lack ‘common sense’? Coventry’s 1957 Polio Epidemic’, LSHTM Seminar Series, LSHTM, November 2015
  • ‘Did the government lack ‘common sense’? The poliomyelitis vaccine crisis and the British public’, Vaccination Programmes and the Public, November 2015
  • ‘’Payments’ not ‘Compensation’: The Collective and Individual Costs of the British Pertussis Vaccine Scare, c. 1974-1980’, EAHMH Annual Conference, Cologne, September 2015
  • ‘Who decides how ‘safe’ is ‘safe’? The pertussis vaccine scare and the Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979’, Modern British Studies conference, University of Birmingham, July 2015
  • ‘Who decides how ‘safe’ is ‘safe’? The pertussis vaccine scare and the Vaccination Damage Payments Act 1979’, VAHS Seminar Series, IHR, April 2015 (available as a podcast: Who decides how ‘safe’ is ‘safe’? The pertussis vaccine scare and the Vaccination Damage Payments Act 1979)

 

Presentations: Daisy Payling

2016

  • ‘”Everybody welcomes a sympathetic listener to the story of their ailments”: Health and the Government Social Survey in 1940s Britain’, Society for the Social History of Medicine Conference, University of Kent, July 2016
  • ‘“I got the impression that she was not genuine:” Conveying authority in the Survey of Sickness, 1943-1952’, Seeking Legitimacy: Authority and Expertise in Modern Britain Workshop, University of Birmingham, June 2016

 

Presentations: Peder Clark

2017

  • ‘The invention of exercise: Jerry Morris and the Social Medicine Research Unit, 1948 – 1975’, Social History Society Conference, Institute of Education, April 2017
  • ‘Searching for sugar man: John Yudkin and the politics of dietary advice’, Food Anxieties in 20th Century Britain and Ireland Conference, University of Ulster, April 2017

2016

  • ‘Searching for sugar man: Professor John Yudkin and the food industry “conspiracy”‘, Post Graduate Medical Humanities Conference, University of Exeter, July 2016

 

Blogs: Gareth Millward

2016

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