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Dr Jon Warren - all publications

Authored book

  • Warren, Jonathan (2018). Industrial Teesside, Lives and Legacies. Springer.

Chapter in book

  • Warren, Jon (2017). Policy, practice and difference within welfare regimes: Evidence from the UK. In Handbook of Social Policy Evaluation. 203.
  • Warren, J, Garthwaite, K. & Bambra, C. (2015). How can integrated services help sick and disabled people remain in employment? Findings from an evaluation of an in-work support service in the North of England. In Disabled people, work and welfare: Is employment really the answer?. Grover, C. & Piggott, L. Policy Press.
  • Warren, J. & Garthwaite, K. (2014). Biographies of Place: Challenging Official Spatial Constructions of Sickness and Disability. In Disability – Spaces and Places of Policy Exclusion. Soldatic, K., Roulstone, A. & Morgan, H. Routledge.
  • Warren, J., Garthwaite, K. & Bambra, C. (2013). A health problem? Health and employability in the UK labour market. In Disability Benefits and Employment Policy: Fit for Work? Fit for Purpose?. Lindsay, C. & Houston, D. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journal Article

  • Akhter, Nasima, Fairbairn, Ross Stewart, Pearce, Mark, Warren, Jon, Kasim, Adetayo & Bambra, Clare (2021). Local inequalities in health behaviours: longitudinal findings from the Stockton-on-Tees cohort study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18(21): 11018.
  • Geiger, Ben Baumberg, Garthwaite, Kayleigh, Warren, Jon & Bambra, Clare (2018). Assessing work disability for social security benefits: international models for the direct assessment of work capacity. Disability and Rehabilitation 40(24): 2962-2970.
  • Warren, Jon (2017). “The way things get done around here…” Exploring spatial biographies, social policy and governance in the North East of England. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 37(11/12): 655-666.
  • Mattheys, Kate, Warren, Jonathan & Bambra, Clare (2017). “Treading in sand” A qualitative study of the impact of austerity on inequalities in mental health. Social Policy & Administration 52(7): 1275.
  • Bhandari, R., Kasim, A., Warren, J., Akhter, N. & Bambra, C. (2017). Geographical inequalities in health in a time of austerity: Baseline findings from the Stockton-on-Tees cohort study. Health & Place 48: 111-122.
  • Lake, A., Warren, J., Copeland, A., Rushmer, R. & Bambra, C. (2016). Developing virtual public health networks: aspiration and reality. Journal of Public Health 38(4): e446-e454.
  • Mattheys, K., Bambra, C., Warren, J., Kasim, A. & Akhter, N. (2016). Inequalities in mental health and well-being in a time of austerity: Baseline findings from the Stockton-on-Tees cohort study. SSM - Population Health 2: 350-359.
  • Cairns, J., Warren, J., Garthwaite, K., Greig, G. & Bambra, C. (2015). Go slow: an umbrella review of the effects of 20mph zones and limits on health and health inequalities. Journal of Public Health 37(3): 515-520.
  • Warren, J., Garthwaite, K. & Bambra, C. (2015). Help for heroes? Evaluating a case management programme for ex-service personnel in the United Kingdom. Perspectives in Public Health 135(1): 37-42.
  • Baumberg, B., Warren, J. , Garthwaite, K. A. & Bambra, C. (2015). Incapacity needs to be assessed in the real world Rethinking the Work Capability Assessment.
  • Warren, J. & Garthwaite, K. (2015). Whose side are we on and for whom do we write? Notes on issues and challenges facing those researching and evaluating public policy. Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice 11(2): 225-237.
  • Warren, J. & Garthwaite, K. (2014). ‘We are volunteers and that sometimes gets forgotten’ exploring the motivations and needs of volunteers at a healthy living resource centre in the North East of England. Perspectives in Public Health 1-6.
  • Warren, J., Garthwaite, K. & Bambra, C. (2014). After Atos Healthcare: is the Employment and Support Allowance fit for purpose and does the Work Capability Assessment have a future? Disability and Society 29(8): 1319-1323.
  • Warren, J., Wistow, J. & Bambra, C. (2014). Applying Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) in the evaluation of complex public health interventions: A case study of a health improvement service for long-term Incapacity Benefit recipients. Journal of Public Health 36(1): 126-133.
  • Warren, J., Bambra, C., Kasim, A., Garthwaite, K., Mason, J. & Booth, M. (2014). Prospective pilot evaluation of the effectiveness and cost-utility of a "health first" case management service for long-term Incapacity Benefit recipients. Journal of Public Health 36(1): 117-125.
  • Garthwaite, K., Bambra, C., Warren, J., Kasim, A. & Greig, G. (2014). Shifting the Goalposts: A Longitudinal Mixed-Methods Study of the Health of Long-Term Incapacity Benefit Recipients during a Period of Substantial Change to the UK Social Security System. Journal of Social Policy 43(02): 311-330.
  • Garthwaite, K., Bambra, C. & Warren, J. (2013). 'The unwilling and the unwell’? Exploring stakeholders’ perceptions of working with long term sickness benefits recipients. Disability & Society 28: 1104-1117.
  • Warren, J., Garthwaite, K. & Bambra, C. (2013). ‘It was just nice to be able to talk to somebody’ long-term incapacity benefit recipients' experiences of a case management intervention. Journal of Public Health 35(4): 518-524.
  • Warren, J., Wistow, J. & Bambra, C. (2013). Applying Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to evaluate a public health policy initiative in the North East of England. Policy and Society 32(4): 289–301.