Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Effects of aging on blood brain barrier and matrix metalloproteases following controlled cortical impact in mice
- P. Lee, J. Kim, Rachel Williams, R. Sandhir, N. Berman
- Biology, Medicine
- Experimental Neurology
- 1 March 2012
Aging alters the ability of the brain to respond to injury. One of the major differences between the adult and aged brain is that comparable injuries lead to greater blood brain barrier disruption in… Expand
Radical Social Work Today
Whatever happened to radical social work?, Mary Langan and Phil Lee what's happening in social service departments?, Nick Frost and Mike Stein social work and unemployment, Geoffrey Pearson changing… Expand
Welfare theory and social policy : reform or revolution?
Welfare Theory and Social Policy provides an introduction to, and development of, current debates about the nature of welfare. It will be essential reading for all students and lecturers of social… Expand
Banishing dark divisive clouds: welfare and the Conservative government 1979-1983
- P. Lee
- 1 September 1983
Salary bonus program for staff pharmacists.
Striking back for the empire
In Critical Social Policy No 8 (Autumn 1983) we published an extended, controversial review by Jock Young of The Empire Strikes Back: Race & Racism in 70s Britain (ESB) written by the Race and… Expand
Rejoinder: The wrong place and the wrong time - maybe ?
- P. Lee
- 1 June 1982
Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for the Sustainability of a Multiproduct Monopoly
- P. Lee
- 1 February 1983
Home ward Ealing: commissioners and providers working together to deliver a new integrated model of intermediate care
The London Borough of Ealing is in the centre of eight boroughs which make up North West London, and has been part of a pioneering programme of whole systems approaches to integrated care since 2011.… Expand