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Lorenc, Theo, Petticrew, Mark, Whitehead, Margaret, Neary, David, Clayton, Stephen, Wright, Kath, Thomson, Hilary, Cummins, Stephen, Sowden, Amanda and REnton, Adrain (2013) Environmental interventions to reduce fear of crime: systematic review of effectiveness. Systematic Reviews, 2 (30).
Lorenc, Theo, Petticrew, Mark, Whitehead, Margaret, Neary, David, Clayton, Stephen, Wright, Kath, Thomson, Hilary, Cummins, Steven, Sowden, Amanda and Renton, Adrian (2013) Fear of crime and the environment: systematic review of UK qualitative evidence. BMC Public Health, 13 .
Burstrom, Bo, Nylen, Lotta, Barr, Ben, Clayton, Stephen, Holland, Paula and Whitehead, Margaret (2012) Delayed and differential effects of the economic crisis in Sweden in the 1990s on health-related exclusion from the labour market: A health equity assessment. Social Science & Medicine, 75 (12). pp. 2431-2436.
Fritzell, Sara, Vannoni, Francesca, Whitehead, Margaret, Burstom, Bo, Costa, Giuseppe, Clayton, Stephen and Fritzell, Johan (2012) Does non-employment contribute to the health disadvantage among lone mothers in Britain, Italy and Sweden? Synergy effects and the meaning of family policy. Health & Place, 18 (2). pp. 199-208.
Clayton, Stephen, Barr, Ben, Nylen, Lotta, Burstrom, Bo, Thielen, Karsten, Diderichsen, Finn, Dahl, Espen and Whitehead, Margaret (2011) Effectiveness of return-to-work interventions for disabled people: a systematic review of government initiatives focused on changing the behaviour of employers. European Journal of Public Health, 22 (3). pp. 434-439.
Attree, Pamela, French, Beverley, Milton, Beth, Povall, Susan, Whitehead, Margaret and Popay, Jennie (2011) The experience of community engagement for individuals: a rapid review of evidence. Health & Social Care in the Community, 19 (3). pp. 250-260. ISSN 09660410
Clayton, Stephen, Bambra, Clare, Gosling, Rachael, Povall, Sue, Misso, Kate and Whitehead, Margaret (2011) Assembling the evidence jigsaw: insights from a systematic review of UK studies of individual-focused return to work initiatives for disabled and long-term ill people. BMC Public Health, 11 (170).
Burstrom, Bo, Nylen, Lotta, Clayton, Stephen and Whitehead, Margaret (2011) How equitable is vocational rehabilitation in Sweden? A review of evidence on the implementation of a national policy framework. Disability and Rehabilitation, 33 (6). pp. 453-466. ISSN 0963-8288
Burstrom, Bo, Whitehead, Margaret, Clayton, Stephen, Fritzell, Sara, Vannoni, Francesca and Costa, Giuseppe (2010) Health inequalities between lone and couple mothers and policy under different welfare regimes – The example of Italy, Sweden and Britain. Social Science & Medicine .
Barr, Ben, Clayton, Stephen, Whitehead, Margaret, Thielen, Karsten, Burstrom, Bo, Nylen, Lotta and Dahl, Espen (2010) To what extent have relaxed eligibility requirements and increased generosity of disability benefits acted as disincentives for employment? A systematic review of evidence from countries with well-developed welfare systems. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 64 (12). pp. 1106-1114. ISSN 0143-005X
Whitehead, Margaret, Clayton, Stephen, Holland, Paula, Burstrom, Bo, Nylen, Lotta, Dahl, Espen, van der Wel, Kjetil, Diderichsen, Finn, Thielen, Karsten, Ng, Edward and Uppal, Sharanjit (2009) Helping chronically ill or disabled people into work: what can we learn from international comparative analyses? Project Report. Public Health Research Consortium.
Lorenc, Theo, Clayton, Stephen, Neary, David, Patticrew, Mark, Whitehead, Margaret, Thomson, Hilary, Sowden, Amanda, Cummins, Stephen and Renton, Adrian Crime, fear of crime, environment, and mental health and wellbeing: Mapping review of theories and causal pathways. Health & Place, 18 (4). pp. 757-765.
Holland, Paula, Burstrom, Bo, Whitehead, Margaret, Diderichsen, Finn, Dahl, Espen, Barr, Ben, Nylen, Lotta, Chen, Wen-Hao, Theilen, Karsten, van der Wel, Kjetil, Clayton, Stephen and Uppal, Sharanjit HOW DO MACRO-LEVEL CONTEXTS AND POLICIES AFFECT THE EMPLOYMENT CHANCES OF CHRONICALLY ILL AND DISABLED PEOPLE? PART I: THE IMPACT OF RECESSION AND DEINDUSTRIALIZATION. International Journal of Health Services, 41 (3). pp. 396-413.