Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Her main research concerns Public health, Welfare state, Welfare, Gerontology and Public economics. She has included themes like Public relations and Public administration in her Public health study. Her research integrates issues of Social policy, Social Welfare and Development economics in her study of Welfare state.
Clare Bambra interconnects European Social Survey, Decommodification and Demographic economics in the investigation of issues within Welfare. Her study in Gerontology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Cohort study and Socioeconomic status. Her Health policy research incorporates themes from Social determinants of health and Political economy.
Clare Bambra mainly investigates Public health, Social determinants of health, Psychological intervention, Gerontology and Welfare. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Public health, Politics is strongly linked to Public administration. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental health, Social inequality, Health equity, European Social Survey and Population health in addition to Social determinants of health.
Clare Bambra focuses mostly in the field of Psychological intervention, narrowing it down to topics relating to Systematic review and, in certain cases, Public economics. Her research on Gerontology also deals with topics like
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Social determinants of health, Public health, Population health, Demography and Health equity. Her Social determinants of health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mental health, Public relations and Demographic economics. Her study looks at the relationship between Demographic economics and fields such as Austerity, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
In her study, MEDLINE is inextricably linked to Family medicine, which falls within the broad field of Public health. Her Population health study also includes fields such as
Her primary areas of investigation include Social determinants of health, Public health, Population health, Demographic economics and Health equity. Her studies deal with areas such as Syndemic, Demography, Welfare, Mental health and European Social Survey as well as Social determinants of health. Her Public health study focuses on Health policy in particular.
She combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Systematic review, Positive economics, Self-rated health and Intersectionality with her study of Population health. Her Demographic economics research integrates issues from Welfare state, Health care, Austerity and Parental leave. Her Health equity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social policy, Occupational safety and health, Reproductive health and Environmental health.
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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.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2010)
Welfare state regimes, unemployment and health: A comparative study of the relationship between unemployment and self-reported health in 23 European countries.
Clare Bambra;Terje Eikemo.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2008)
Going beyond The three worlds of welfare capitalism : regime theory and public health research
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2007)
Towards a politics of health.
Clare Bambra;Debbie Fox;Alex Scott-Samuel.
Health Promotion International (2005)
Health inequalities according to educational level in different welfare regimes: A comparison of 23 European countries
Terje A. Eikemo;Martijn Huisman;Clare Bambra;Anton E. Kunst.
Sociology of Health and Illness (2008)
Is volunteering a public health intervention? A systematic review and meta-analysis of the health and survival of volunteers
Caroline E Jenkinson;Andy P Dickens;Kerry Jones;Jo Thompson-Coon.
BMC Public Health (2013)
Flexible working conditions and their effects on employee health and wellbeing
Kerry Joyce;Roman Pabayo;Julia A Critchley;Clare Bambra.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2010)
Welfare state regimes and differences in self-perceived health in Europe: a multilevel analysis.
Terje Andreas Eikemo;Clare Bambra;Ken Judge;Kristen Ringdal.
Social Science & Medicine (2008)
Cash versus services : 'worlds of welfare' and the decommodification of cash benefits and health care services.
Journal of Social Policy (2005)
The psychosocial and health effects of workplace reorganisation. 1. A systematic review of organisational-level interventions that aim to increase employee control
Matt Egan;Clare Bambra;Sian Thomas;Mark Petticrew.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2007)
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