Glasby, J. (2013) Personal budgets let patients care for themselves. The Conversation, 25 November.
Glasby, J., Alakeson, V. and Duffy, S. (2013) Doctor knows best? The use of evidence in implementing self-directed support in health care. Birmingham, HSMC (Policy Paper No. 16).
Glasby, J., Miller, R. and Posaner, R. (2013) SSCR Scoping Review: New Conversations Between Old Players? The Relationship between General Practice and Social Care in an Era of Clinical Commissioning. NIHR School for Social Care Research, London
Miller, R. And Glasby, J. (2013) New dawn or false. The College of Social Work Maganize, November 2013.
Miller, R., Allen, K., Mangan, C. And Glasby, J. (2013) Singing from the same hymn sheet? Commissioning of preventative services from the third sector, Journal of Integrated Care, 21 (5), 288 – 299. DOI: 10.1108/JICA-07-2013-0026
Glasby, J. (2013) There’s no ‘one size fits all’ solution to health and social care integration, The Guardian, 28 October. Available online at http://www.theguardian.com/social-care-network/2013/oct/28/solution-health-social-care-integration
Glasby, J. and Dickinson, H. (2013) A-Z of inter-agency working. Basingstoke, Palgrave-Macmillan
Glasby, J. (2013) Turn the welfare state on its head to fix social care, The Conversation, 10 October
Allen, K., Glasby, J & Rodrigues, R. (2013) ‘Joint Working Between Health and Social Care’ in Long-Term Care in Europe Improving Policy and Practice. Palgrave Macmillan. Editors: Leichsenring, K., Billings, J. & Nies, H.
Dickinson, H. and Glasby, J. (2013) How effective is joint commissioning? A study of five English localities, Journal of Integrated Care, 21(4), 221-232
Dickinson, H., Glasby, J. and Nicholds, A. (2013) Making sense of joint commissioning: three discourses of prevention, empowerment and efficiency, BMC Health Research, 13 (Suppl 1): S6 (advance online publication).
Dickinson, H, Jeffares, S, Nicholds, A and Glasby, J (2013), Beyond the Berlin Wall? Investigating joint commissioning and its various meanings using a Q methodology approach. Public Management Review (In Press).
Glasby, J. (2013) Leading the way to a different mindset, Public Servant, 23 May
Glasby, J. (2013) Distinction between ‘sick’, ‘frail’ and ‘disabled’ has to go, The Conversation, 3 July
Williams, I, Bovaird, T, Brown, H, Allen, K, Dickinson, H, Kennedy, J and Glasby, J (2013), Designing whole-systems commissioning: lessons from the English experience, Journal of Care Services Management, 6(2), 83-92.
Glasby, J. and Miller, R. (2012) Ten years of Care Trusts: six key findings, Health Service Journal, 28 June. Available online via www.hsj.co.uk
Glasby, J (2012) The controversies of choice and control: why some people might be hostile to English social care reform, British Journal of Social Work, 1-15.
Glasby, J (2012) Whose risk is it anyway? Risk and regulation in an era of personalisation, Journal of Care Services Management, 5(4), 173-183.
Glasby, J (2012) Understanding health and social care (2nd edition). Bristol: Policy Press.
Glasby, J (2012) Key lessons from integrated care in Europe (editorial), International Journal of Integrated Care, 30 January.
Glasby, J (2012) Personalisation: friend or foe?, Social Work Matters, January 18-19.
Glasby, J. (2012) Social care, in Alcock et al (eds) The student’s companion to social policy (4th ed.). Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell
Glasby, J. (ed.) (2012) Commissioning for health and well-being: An introduction. Bristol, The Policy Press
Duffy, S, Glasby, J and Needham, C (eds) (2011) Positively Local - C2 a model for community change. Authors John Gillespie and Susanne Hughes. HSMC/Centre for Welfare Reform.
Glasby, J. (ed.). (2011) Evidence, policy and practice: a critical introduction. Bristol, The Policy Press.
Littlechild, R. and Glasby, J. with Niblett, L. and Cooper, T. (2011) Risk and personalisation, in H. Kemshall and B. Wilkinson (eds) Good practice in assessing risk: current knowledge, issues and approaches. London, Jessica Kingsley
Glasby, J. Dickinson, H. and Miller, R. (2011) All in this together? Making best use of health and social care resources in an era of austerity. Birmingham, HSMC (policy paper no. 9)
Glasby, J., Dickinson, H. and Smith, J. (2010) Creating NHS local: the relationship between English local government and the NHS, Social Policy and Administration 44(3), 244-264.
Duffy, S., Waters, J. and Glasby, J. (forthcoming) Personalisation and adult social care: future options for the reform of public services, Policy and Politics.
Duffy, S., Waters, J. and Glasby, J. (2010) Personalisation and adult social care: future options for the reform of public services, Policy and Politics, 38(4), 493-508.
Williams, I. and Glasby, J. (2010) Making ‘what works’ work: the use of knowledge in UK health and social care decision-making, Policy and Society, 29, 95-102
Dickinson, H. and Glasby, J. (2010) ‘Why partnership working doesn’t work’: pitfalls, problems and possibilities in English health and social care, Public Management Review, 12(6), 811-828
Lester, H. and Glasby, J. (2010) Mental health policy and practice (2nd ed.). Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan
Duffy, S., Glasby, J. and Needham, C. (eds) (2010) A fair start – a personalised pathway for disabled children and their families (author: Pippa Murray). Birmingham/Sheffield, HSMC/Centre for Welfare Reform
Allen, K. and Glasby, J. (2010) ‘The billion dollar question’: embedding prevention in older people’s services – 10 high impact changes. Birmingham, HSMC (Policy Paper 8)
Glasby, J., Ham, C., Littlechild, R. and McKay, S. (2010) The case for social care reform – the wider economic and social benefits (for the Department of Health/Downing Street). Birmingham, HSMC/Institute of Applied Social Studies
Dickinson, H. and Glasby. J. (2010) The personalisation agenda: implications for the third sector. Birmingham, Third Sector Research Centre
Duffy, S., Waters, J. and Glasby, J. (2010) Personalisation and the social care ‘revolution’: future options for the reform of public services. Birmingham, HSMC/Centre for Welfare Reform/In Control.
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