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Browsing publications by Dr Josephine Wildman.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Tessa Pollard
Dr Kate Gibson
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
I wouldn't survive it, as simple as that”: Syndemic vulnerability among people living with chronic non-communicable disease during the COVID-19 pandemic2022
Dr Steph Morris
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Kate Gibson
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Tessa Pollard
et al.
Managing disruption at a distance: Unequal experiences of people living with long-term conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic2022
Dr Steph Morris
Dr Kate Gibson
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Bethan Griffith
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
et al.
Social prescribing during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative study of service providers’ and clients’ experiences2022
Emma Geijer Simpson
Dr Mihirini Sirisena
Dr Samantha Redgate
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Josephine Wildman
et al.
A rapid realist evidence synthesis on the effectiveness of reading initiatives in promoting mental and physical health in individuals across the life course.2021
Dr Claire Norman
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Sarah Sowden
COVID-19 at the Deep End: A Qualitative Interview Study of Primary Care Staff Working in the Most Deprived Areas of England during the COVID-19 Pandemic2021
Professor John Wildman
Dr Josephine Wildman
Evaluation of a Community Health Worker Social Prescribing Program Among UK Patients With Type 2 Diabetes2021
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Anna Goulding
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Professor Thomas Scharf
Professor Alison Stenning
et al.
Intergenerational equity, equality and reciprocity in economically and politically turbulent time: narratives from across generations2021
Dr Louise Tanner
Dr Sarah Sowden
Madeleine Still
Dr Katie Thomson
Professor Clare Bambra
et al.
Which Non-Pharmaceutical Primary Care Interventions Reduce Inequalities in Common Mental Health Disorders? A Protocol for a Systematic Review of Quantitative and Qualitative Studies2021
Dr Josephine Wildman
“It’s luck as to what sort of family you’re born into” Cumulative dis/advantage generative systemic processes across the life course of a baby-boom birth cohort2020
Dr Sarah Sowden
Dr Behrouz Nezafat Maldonado
Dr Josephine Wildman
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Dr Mark Lambert
et al.
Interventions to reduce inequalities in avoidable hospital admissions: explanatory framework and systematic review protocol2020
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Nicole Valtorta
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Professor Barbara Hanratty
‘What works here doesn’t work there’: The significance of local context for a sustainable and replicable asset‐based community intervention aimed at promoting social interaction in later life2019
Professor John Wildman
Dr Josephine Wildman
Combining Health and Outcomes Beyond Health in Complex Evaluations of Complex Interventions: Suggestions for Economic Evaluation2019
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Professor John Wildman
Dr Linda Penn
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Evaluating the impact of a community-based social prescribing intervention on people with type 2 diabetes in North East England: mixed-methods study protocol2019
Dr Josephine Wildman
Life-course influences on extended working: experiences of women in a UK baby-boom birth cohort2019
Dr Josephine Wildman
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Linda Penn
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Dr Mel Steer
et al.
Link workers’ perspectives on factors enabling and preventing client engagement with social prescribing2019
Dr Josephine Wildman
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Mel Steer
Dr Kirsty Laing
Dr Linda Penn
et al.
Service-users’ perspectives of link worker social prescribing: a qualitative follow-up study2019
Dr Christopher Drinkwater CBE
Dr Josephine Wildman
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Social Prescribing2019
Dr Josephine Wildman
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Professor Mark Pearce
Quality of life at the retirement transition: Life course pathways in an early ‘baby boom’ birth cohort2018