Clare Bambra
Clare Bambra
Professor of Public Health, Popuation Health Sciences Institute, Newcastle University, UK
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Tackling the wider social determinants of health and health inequalities: evidence from systematic reviews
C Bambra, M Gibson, A Sowden, K Wright, M Whitehead, M Petticrew
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 64 (4), 284-291, 2010
6142010
Welfare state regimes, unemployment and health: a comparative study of the relationship between unemployment and self-reported health in 23 European countries
C Bambra, TA Eikemo
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 63 (2), 92-98, 2009
5382009
Going beyond the three worlds of welfare capitalism: regime theory and public health research
C Bambra
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 61 (12), 1098-1102, 2007
4522007
Towards a politics of health
C Bambra, D Fox, A Scott-Samuel
Health promotion international 20 (2), 187-193, 2005
4492005
Health inequalities according to educational level in different welfare regimes: a comparison of 23 European countries
TA Eikemo, M Huisman, C Bambra, AE Kunst
Sociology of health & illness 30 (4), 565-582, 2008
4192008
Is volunteering a public health intervention? A systematic review and meta-analysis of the health and survival of volunteers
CE Jenkinson, AP Dickens, K Jones, J Thompson-Coon, RS Taylor, ...
BMC public health 13 (1), 773, 2013
3982013
The psychosocial and health effects of workplace reorganisation. 1. A systematic review of organisational-level interventions that aim to increase employee control
M Egan, C Bambra, S Thomas, M Petticrew, M Whitehead, H Thomson
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 61 (11), 945-954, 2007
388*2007
Flexible working conditions and their effects on employee health and wellbeing
K Joyce, R Pabayo, JA Critchley, C Bambra
Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 2010
3742010
Cash versus services:'worlds of welfare'and the decommodification of cash benefits and health care services.
C Bambra
Journal of social policy. 34 (2), 195-213, 2005
3552005
Welfare state regimes and differences in self-perceived health in Europe: a multilevel analysis
TA Eikemo, C Bambra, K Judge, K Ringdal
Social science & medicine 66 (11), 2281-2295, 2008
3512008
How politics makes us sick: neoliberal epidemics
T Schrecker, C Bambra
Springer, 2015
3222015
The psychosocial and health effects of workplace reorganisation. 2. A systematic review of task restructuring interventions
C Bambra, M Egan, S Thomas, M Petticrew, M Whitehead
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 61 (12), 1028-1037, 2007
2992007
The COVID-19 pandemic and health inequalities
C Bambra, R Riordan, J Ford, F Matthews
J Epidemiol Community Health 74 (11), 964-968, 2020
2802020
Work, worklessness, and the political economy of health
C Bambra
Oxford University Press, 2011
2732011
Housing and health inequalities: a synthesis of systematic reviews of interventions aimed at different pathways linking housing and health
M Gibson, M Petticrew, C Bambra, AJ Sowden, KE Wright, M Whitehead
Health & place 17 (1), 175-184, 2011
2712011
Gender, health inequalities and welfare state regimes: a cross-national study of 13 European countries
C Bambra, D Pope, V Swami, D Stanistreet, A Roskam, A Kunst, ...
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 63 (1), 38-44, 2009
2632009
Health inequalities and welfare state regimes: theoretical insights on a public health ‘puzzle’
C Bambra
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 65, 740-745., 2011
2592011
Welfare state regimes and income-related health inequalities: a comparison of 23 European countries
TA Eikemo, C Bambra, K Joyce, E Dahl
The European Journal of Public Health 18 (6), 593-599, 2008
2592008
The worlds of welfare: illusory and gender-blind?
C Bambra
Social policy and society. 3 (3), 201-212, 2004
2532004
Reviewing evidence on complex social interventions: appraising implementation in systematic reviews of the health effects of organisational-level workplace interventions
M Egan, C Bambra, M Petticrew, M Whitehead
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 63 (1), 4-11, 2009
2512009
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