You are here: Home » Research
|Up a level|
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
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.
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.