Why did treatment rates for colorectal cancer fall? 1995

Pollock AM, Benster R, Vickers N. Why did treatment rates for colorectal cancer fall in South East England between 1982 and 1988? The effect of case ascertainment and registration bias. Journal of Public Health 1995;17:419–28. download: JPHM_1995_Pollock_ColorectalCancerTreatmentRates

Everybody counts. 1997

Godden S, Pollock AM. Everybody counts. Health Service Journal 1997;:30–4. download: HSJ_1997_Godden_EverybodyCounts

Trends in colorectal cancer in southern England. 1998

Pollock AM, Vickers N. Trends in colorectal cancer in southern England, 1989-1993: using HES data to inform cancer services reviews. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 1998;52:433–8. download: JEpidemiology&CH_1998_Pollock_TrendsColorectalCancer

Methodological issues in audit in breast cancer. 2000

Bell C, Ma M, Campbell S, et al. Methodological issues in the use of guidelines and audit to improve clinical effectiveness in breast cancer in one United Kingdom health region. European Journal of Surgical Oncology 2000;26:130–6. download: EurJSurgOnc_2000_Bell_MethodologicalIssues

Crisis in our hospital kitchens. 1990

Pollock A, Whitty P. Crisis in our hospital kitchens: ancillary staffing levels during an outbreak of food poisoning in a long stay hospital. BMJ 1990;300:383–5. download: BMJ_1990_Pollock_HospitalKitchens