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Denise Howel
Dr Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Katie Haighton
Andrew Bryant
Dr Frauke Becker
et al.
Does domiciliary welfare rights advice improve health-related quality of life in independent-living, socio-economically disadvantaged people aged ≥60 years? Randomised controlled trial, economic and process evaluations in the North East of England.2019
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr 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 Katie Haighton
Dr Suzanne Moffatt
Denise Howel
Dr Mel Steer
Dr Frauke Becker
et al.
Randomised controlled trial with economic and process evaluations of domiciliary welfare rights advice for socioeconomically disadvantaged older people recruited via primary health care (the Do-Well study)2019
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr 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 Mel Steer
A qualitative exploration of stakeholder perceptions of the implementation of place-based working and its potential to reduce health inequality2018
Dr Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Mel Steer
Sarah Lawson
Dr Linda Penn
Dr Nicola O'Brien
et al.
Link Worker social prescribing to improve health and well-being for people with long-term conditions: qualitative study of service user perceptions2017
Dr Mel Steer
Mental Health Street Triage2015
Dr Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Mel Steer
Sarah Lawson
Professor Martin White
et al.
What impact does welfare rights advice have on health and wellbeing? Qualitative study from the UK2015