Publications

Shapiro J (2014): English clinical commissioning groups: how to ensure their first birthday isn’t their last: British Medical Journal 2014;348:g2306

Shapiro J (2013): Keogh report tackles A&E supply but not deeper demand: The Conversation (http://tinyurl.com/qbm8pkk)

Shapiro J (2013): Developed world can’t have it all or health will hit the buffers: The Conversation (http://tinyurl.com/n62gloc)

Shapiro J (2013): Natural justice for Lewisham hospital can’t overshadow need for wider change: The Conversation (http://tinyurl.com/p6wom8j)

Shapiro J (2013): A&E visits research needs more careful scrutiny: The Conversation (http://tinyurl.com/nlrzxcr)

Shapiro J (2013): A&E is in crisis because we all take it for granted: The Conversation (http://tinyurl.com/mp8esp6)

Shapiro J (2013 to date): regular blog column as gurudoc at https://gurudox.com/

Shapiro J (2013): The NHS in 2013: plus ça change:Clinical Medicine Vol 13:374-377

Robinson T, Cronin T, Ibrahim H, Jinks M, Molitor T, Newman J & Shapiro J (2013): Smartphone Use and Acceptability Among Clinical Medical Students: A Questionnaire-Based Study: Journal of Medical Systems 37:9936

Hewison A, Gale N, Yeats R, Shapiro J (2013): An evaluation of staff engagement programmes in four National Health Service Acute Trusts: Journal of Health Organization and Management Vol. 27 issue 1 pp85-105)

Hewison A, Gale N, Shapiro J (2012): Co-production in research: some reflections on the experience of engaging practitioners in health research: Public Money & Management Vol. 32, Iss. 4

Shapiro J (2012-14): regular blog column in Clinical Commissioning (now Pulse)

Shapiro J and Spencer Jones C (2011) The future of public health in England: British Medical Journal 2011; 343:d4834

http://bmj.com/cgi/content/full/bmj.d4834?ijkey=n6bzZFrTfu1u7hl&keytype=ref

Shapiro J and Rashid S (2011) Leadership in the NHS British Medical Journal 2011; 342:d3375

http://bmj.com/cgi/content/full/bmj.d3375?ijkey=ZDzpln9KXQWbVwQ&keytype=ref

Shapiro J, Colin-Thome David, and Mulla A (2011) The NHS reforms: how to lose friends and alienate people British Medical Journal; 342: d3014

http://bmj.com/cgi/content/full/bmj.d3014?ijkey=zt2CtUMp56NmzFQ&keytype=ref

Hardacre J, Cragg R, Shapiro J, et al (2011) What’s leadership got to do with it? Exploring links between quality improvement and leadership in the NHS The Health Foundation London

Eastaugh J and Shapiro J (2010) Any future for the non-foundations? Health Service Journal, 4 November: 18-19

Shapiro J, Hewison A et al (2010) Staff engagement programmes at four NHS Trusts: an evaluation project NHS West Midlands

Shapiro J (2010) The future of the NHS (ed.) Clinical Medicine, Vol 10, No 4: 316

Shapiro J (2010) The NHS: the story so far (1948–2010) Clinical Medicine, Vol 10, No 3: 336–8

Shapiro J, Hill E et al (2010) Health, disease, & unemployment: The Bermuda Triangle of Society 2020Health

 

 

 

Shapiro J, Eastaugh J, Gale N, Gehr-Swain B, Hall S, Hewison A, McLeod H, Mistry H, Rashid S, Yeats R (2010) BBC CLAHRC Research Theme 1: From structure to function; health service redesign: Baseline Report.

Hardacre J, Cragg R, Flanagan H, Spurgeon P, Shapiro J, (2010) Exploring links between NHS leadership and improvement, The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services Vol. 6 Iss: 3, pp.26 – 38

Shapiro J (2009) Practice based Commissioning: not what it says on the tin 2020Health

Shapiro J (2006) Turnaround: skilled analysts of little use to the NHS Health Service Journal, 30 Nov

Shapiro J (2005) Can Labour take the NHS to market? British Medical Journal 331:359

Shapiro J (2005) Markets in health care: taking a tiger by the tail? Australian Health Review 29: 383-385

Shapiro J (2004) The Avonside Review: a Phoenix from the ashes? Health Services Journal, 23 April

Shapiro J (2003-2005) In context regular monthly column in Primary Care Report

Shapiro J & Smith S (2003) Lessons for the NHS from Kaiser Permanente British Medical Journal; 327:1241-1242

Shapiro J (1997-2003) Walking Tall regular column in Health Services Journal

Goodwin N & Shapiro J (2001) The road to integrated care working, Research Report No. 39, HSMC: Birmingham

Shapiro J (2000) Personal medical services: a barometer for the NHS? British Medical Journal, 321, 1359-1360

Shapiro J (2000) The new primary care organisations: one year on, British Medical Journal, Vol. 320, pp 886-887

Shapiro J (2000) From general practice to primary care organisation: where next for the British GP?, Journal of Clinical Governance, Vol. 8, September 2000, pp 116-117

Carruthers I, Shapiro J, Knight K (1999) Improving HImPs: The Early Lessons, HSMC, Birmingham

Regen E, Smith J, Shapiro J (1999) First off the starting block: lessons from GP commissioning pilots for Primary Care Groups, HSMC, Birmingham

Walshe K, Shapiro J (1998) Outreach Clinics in Wolverhampton, in Specialist Outreach Clinics in General Practice, Roland M, Shapiro J (eds.), Radcliffe Medical Press

Shapiro J (1998) Counting and accounting in the New NHS, British Medical Journal, Vol. 316, pp 296-297

Smith J, Shapiro J and McLeod H (1998) Back to the future: reflecting on the experience of GP commissioning in Birmingham HSMC Birmingham

Ham C and Shapiro J (1995) Integrating purchasing: lessons from experience

HSMC Birmingham

Ham C, and Shapiro J (1995) The future of fundholding, British Medical Journal, Vol. 310: pp 1150–1151

Shapiro J (1991) The Dying Patient: trying to tell, Lisa Sainsbury Foundation video (silver medal winner at BMA awards 1991)

Shapiro J (1989) General practitioners’ attitudes towards AIDS and their perceived information needs British Medical Journal, Vol. 298 pp1563-1566

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