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Publications

Recent publications

Professor Gurch Randhawa

Books

  • Organ Donation Taskforce (includes Randhawa, G.) (2008) The potential impact of an opt out system for organ donation in the UK: A report from the Organ Donation Taskforce, Department of Health, London
  • Organ Donation Taskforce (includes Randhawa, G.) (2008) Organs for transplant: A report from the Organ Donation Taskforce, Department of Health London

Book Chapters

  • Kaur-Bola, K. and Randhawa, G. (forthcoming 2011) "Is gifting a relevant concept to promote organ donation? The views of UK faith leaders" in Weimar, W., BOS, M.A, Van Busschbach, J.J. (Eds), Organ Transplantation: Ethical, Legal and Psychosocial Aspects, Pabst Publishers
  • Randhawa, G. (forthcoming 2011) "Advances in organ donation and transplantation policy in the UK - meeting the needs of a diverse population" in Popejoy, M. Global Public Health Policy
  • Randhawa, G. (2011) "Organ donation and transplantation - meeting the needs of a multi-ethnic and multi-faith UK population" in Farrell, A., Price, D. and Quigley, M. Organ Shortage: Principles, Pragmatism and Practice, Cambridge University Press
  • Randhawa, G.  (2010) "A specific approach in a multi-cultural context" in Caille, Y. and Doucin, M., Ethical reflections on organ transplantation in Europe, Harmattan Publishers
  • Randhawa, G. (2009) "Diabetes in Special Circumstances: Diabetes complications in Ethnic Minority Populations" in Sinclair, A. (Ed) Diabetes in old age, Wiley
  • Randhawa, G. (2008) "Organ donation and transplantation - The realities for minority ethnic groups in the UK" in Weimar, W., Bos, M.A. and Busschbach, J.J. (Eds) Organ Transplantation: Ethical, Legal and Psychosocial Aspects. Towards a Common European Policy, Pabst Publishers

Journal Articles

  • Randhawa, G., Brocklehurst, A., Pateman,R., Kinsella, S. and Parry, V. (forthcoming 2011) Religion and organ donation - The views of UK faith leaders, Journal of Religion and Health
  • Randhawa, G., Brocklehurst, A., Pateman, R., Kinsella, S. and Parry, V. (2010) Utilising faith communities in the UK to promote the organ donation debate: The views of UK faith leaders, Diversity in Health and Care, 7, 57-64
  • Randhawa, G., Jetha, C., Gill, B., Paramasivan, S., Lightstone, E. and Waqar, M. (2010) Understanding kidney disease and perceptions of kidney services among South Asians in West London: focus group study, British Journal of Renal Medicine, 15, 23-28
  • Randhawa, G., Brocklehurst, A., Pateman, R., Kinsella, S. and Parry, V. (2010) Are religious communities useful in promoting the organ donation debate: Lessons from the United Kingdom. Organs, Tissues and Cells, Journal of the European Transplant Co-ordinator's Association, 13, 49-54
  • Randhawa, G., Brocklehurst, A., Pateman, R., Kinsella, S. and Parry, V. (2010) 'Opting-in or Opting-out?' The views of the UK's faith leaders in relation to organ donation, Journal of Health Policy, 96, 36-44
  • Randhawa, G., Brocklehurst, A., Pateman, R., Kinsella, S. and Parry, V. (2010) Faith leaders united in their support for organ donation - Findings from the Organ Donation Taskforce's study of attitudes of UK faith and belief group leaders to an opt-out system, Transplant International, 23, 140-146
  • Randhawa, G. (2010) Renal Health Disparities in the United Kingdom - A focus on ethnicity, Seminars in Nephrology, 30, 8-11
  • Neale, J., Worrell, M. and Randhawa, G. (2009) Breaking down barriers to accessing mental health support services: A qualitative study among young South Asian and African Caribbean Communities in Luton, Journal of Public Mental Health, 8, 15-25
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