Radical Statistics
publications on health

Official Health Statistics: An Unofficial
Guide 
Susan Kerrison and Alison Macfarlane (editors) 
Arnold, 2000,
ISBN 0 340 73132 
Health and the gender agenda: what do official
statistics tell us? 
Alison Macfarlane 
Radical Statistics 74
Summer 2000 
Tackling inequalities  Where we are now and
what can be done 
Christina Pantazis and David Gordon (editors) 
Policy Press, 2000
ISBN 1 86134 146 6 
The widening gap: health inequalities and
policy in Britain 
Mary Shaw, Daniel Dorling, David Gordon and George Davey
Smith 
Policy Press, 1999
ISBN 1 86134 142 3 
Where are the statistics of the Iraqi health
disaster 
Wali AbdulHamid 
Radical Statistics 72
Autumn 99 
Housing and health: the nature of the
connection 
Alex Marsh 
Radical Statistics 72
Autumn 99 
New Labour  new statistics? NHS hospital
statistics in England 
Alison Macfarlane 
Radical Statistics 72
Autumn 99 
Inequalities in health (book review) 
Jan Rigby 
Radical Statistics 72
Autumn 99 
Inequalities in Health: the evidence presented
to the Independent Inquiry chaired by Sir Donald Acheson 
David Gordon, Mary Shaw, Daniel Dorling and George Davey
Smith (editors) 
Policy Press, 1999
ISBN 1 86134 174 1 
Lessons and laughs from the past: how the
(Radical Statistics) Health Group developed 
Alison Macfarlane 
Radical Statistics 71
Summer '99 
The racialisation of ethnic inequalities in
health 
James Y Nazroo 
Statistics in Society, 1999, Chapter 25 
What do official health statistics measure 
Alison Macfarlane 
Statistics in Society, 1999. Chapter 26 
Making sense of health inequality statistics 
Mel Bartley, David Blane, and George Davy Smith 
Statistics in Society, 1999. Chapter 27 
Poverty and health 
Anthony Staines 
Statistics in Society, 1999. Chapter 28 
Statistics and the privatisation of the
National Health Service and social services 
Alison Macfarlane and Allyson Pollock 
Statistics in Society, 1999. Chapter 29 
Industrial injury statistic 
Theo Nichols 
Statistics in Society, 1999. Chapter 30 
Modes of exploitation and safety in the
British construction industry 
Erik Sutherland 
Radical Statistics 69
Autumn '98 
The Russian
mortality crisis 
Ray Thomas 
Radical Statistics 69
Autumn '98 
A national framework for assessing performance
(NHS) 
Alison Macfarlane 
Radical Statistics 69
Autumn '98 
A First Class (health) Service 
Radical Statistics Health Group 
Radical Statistics 69
Autumn '98 
Poverty across the lifecourse and health 
George Davey Smith 
Radical Statistics 68
Summer '98 
Is it worth reducing inequalities in health? 
Danny Dorling 
Radical Statistics 68
Summer '98 
Do governments ever listen to research 
Walter Barker and Colin Chalmers 
Radical Statistics 68
Summer '98 
Garner hypothesis
refuted ? 
Steve Balogh 
Radical Statistics 67
Spring '98 