Professor Isobel Allen

Areas of research and expertise include: doctors' careers and the organisation of the medical workforce; family planning; terminations of pregnancy; teenage pregnancies; older people; interface between health and social care; health care of homeless people; community care; residential care of older people; evaluation; maternity services.

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Publications



Women doctors and their careers: what now?


Summary and conclusions from an analysis of the nature and outcome of complaints received by the GMC, considered by the PPC and considered by the PCC in 1999, 2000 and 2001


Stress Among Ward Sisters and Charge Nurses


Social Care and Health: a New Deal?


Stress in hospital medicine: a problem for key medical staff


General Medical Council. A clear case of....


Challenges to the health services: the professions


The Handling of Complaints by the GMC a study of decision-making and outcomes


Factors affecting career choices in medicine


Teenage Mothers


Best Value


Choosing Tomorrow's Doctors


Creating Partnerships in Social Care


British doctors are not disappearing


A Leading Role for Midwives?


Career preferences of doctors


Making it Work


Targeting Those Most in Need: Winners and Losers


Doctors and their Careers: A New Generation


Health Care Needs and Services in Resettlement Unit


Stimulating Provision by the Independent Sector


Rationing of Health and Social Care


Work Roles and Responsibilities in Genitourinary Medicine Clinics


Flexible working in general practice


Purchasing and Providing Social Services in the 1990s


Part Time Working in General Practice


Elderly People: Choice, Participation and Satisfaction


Family Planning and Pregnancy Counselling Projects for Young People


Care Managers and Care Management


Social Services Departments as Managing Agencies


Health Care for Single Homeless People


Doctors and their Careers


Any Room at the Top? A Study of Doctors and their Careers


Education in Sex and Personal Relationships


Informal Care Tomorrow