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Dr Steph Scott
Dr Vic McGowan
Dr Josephine Wildman
Professor Clare Bambra
Dr Sarah Sowden
et al.
"I’ll meet you at our bench": adaptation, innovation and resilience among VCSE organisations who supported marginalised and minoritised communities during the Covid-19 pandemic in Northern England – a qualitative focus group study2024
Dr Morgan Beeson
Dr Josephine Wildman
Professor John Wildman
Does tackling poverty related barriers to education improve school outcomes? Evidence from the North East of England.2024
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Laura Mazzoli Smith
Dr Josephine Wildman
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Liz Todd
et al.
Poverty proofing healthcare: A qualitative study of barriers to accessing healthcare for low-income families with children in northern England2024
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Sarah Sowden
Dr Claire Norman
"A change in the narrative, a change in consensus”: the role of Deep End networks in supporting primary care practitioners serving areas of blanket socioeconomic deprivation2023
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Sarah Sowden
Addressing the inverse care law: how can we increase GP recruitment in areas of socioeconomic deprivation? A qualitative study of GP trainee views and experiences in the UK2023
Kate Bernard
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Louise Tanner
Akvile Stoniute
Madeleine Still
et al.
Experiences of non-pharmaceutical primary care interventions for common mental health disorders in socioeconomically disadvantaged groups: a systematic review of qualitative studies2023
Professor John Wildman
Dr Josephine Wildman
Impact of a link worker social prescribing intervention on non-elective admitted patient care costs: A quasi-experimental study2023
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Professor John Wildman
Dr Kate Gibson
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Bethan Griffith
et al.
Impact of a social prescribing intervention in North East England on adults with type 2 diabetes: the SPRING_NE multimethod study.2023
Dr Louise Tanner
Dr Josephine Wildman
Akvile Stoniute
Madeleine Still
Kate Bernard
et al.
Non-pharmaceutical primary care interventions to improve mental health in deprived populations: a systematic review2023
Amber Sacre
Professor Clare Bambra
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Katie Thomson
Dr Natalie Bennett
et al.
Socioeconomic inequalities in vaccine uptake: A global umbrella review2023
Dr Josephine Wildman
Professor John Wildman
Developing a research agenda for social prescribing in the UK using lessons from the US2022
Dr Steph Scott
Dr Vic McGowan
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Claire Sullivan
Professor Clare Bambra
et al.
COVID-19 and the role of Voluntary, Community, and Social Enterprises in northern England in responding to the needs of marginalised communities: a qualitative focus group study2021