Professor Gemma Carey
Professor Gemma Carey
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Systems science and systems thinking for public health: a systematic review of the field
G Carey, E Malbon, N Carey, A Joyce, B Crammond, A Carey
BMJ open 5 (12), e009002, 2015
1652015
Towards health equity: a framework for the application of proportionate universalism
G Carey, B Crammond, E De Leeuw
International journal for equity in health 14 (1), 1-8, 2015
1382015
Systems change for the social determinants of health
G Carey, B Crammond
BMC public health 15 (1), 1-10, 2015
1042015
Creating change in government to address the social determinants of health: how can efforts be improved?
G Carey, B Crammond, R Keast
BMC Public Health 14 (1), 1-11, 2014
832014
Action on the social determinants of health: views from inside the policy process
G Carey, B Crammond
Social science & medicine 128, 134-141, 2015
762015
What works in joined-up government? An evidence synthesis
G Carey, B Crammond
International Journal of Public Administration 38 (13-14), 1020-1029, 2015
752015
Generating political priority for regulatory interventions targeting obesity prevention: an Australian case study
P Baker, T Gill, S Friel, G Carey, A Kay
Social science & medicine 177, 141-149, 2017
662017
Managing and leading in inter-agency settings 2e
H Dickinson, G Carey
Policy Press, 2016
662016
A glossary of policy frameworks: the many forms of ‘universalism’and policy ‘targeting’
G Carey, B Crammond
J Epidemiol Community Health 71 (3), 303-307, 2017
622017
The impact of nutritional choices on global warming and policy implications: examining the link between dietary choices and greenhouse gas emissions
A Joyce, J Hallett, T Hannelly, G Carey
Energy and Emission Control Technologies 2, 33-43, 2014
582014
Spaces of care in the third sector: understanding the effects of professionalization
G Carey, A Braunack-Mayer, J Barraket
Health: 13 (6), 629-646, 2009
502009
Redressing or entrenching social and health inequities through policy implementation? Examining personalised budgets through the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme
G Carey, E Malbon, D Reeders, A Kavanagh, G Llewellyn
International Journal for Equity in Health 16 (1), 1-12, 2017
462017
Can the sociology of social problems help us to understand and manage ‘lifestyle drift’?
G Carey, E Malbon, B Crammond, M Pescud, P Baker
Health Promotion International 32 (4), 755-761, 2017
382017
The vexed question of market stewardship in the public sector: Examining equity and the social contract through the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme
G Carey, H Dickinson, E Malbon, D Reeders
Social Policy & Administration 52 (1), 387-407, 2018
362018
Developing management practices to support joined‐up governance
G Carey, P Harris
Australian Journal of Public Administration 75 (1), 112-118, 2016
312016
Exploring the effects of government funding on community-based organizations:‘top-down’or ‘bottom-up’approaches to health promotion?
GE Carey, AJ Braunack-Mayer
Global health promotion 16 (3), 45-52, 2009
312009
The personalisation agenda: the case of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme
G Carey, E Malbon, S Olney, D Reeders
International Review of Sociology 28 (1), 20-34, 2018
302018
Implementing joined‐up government: lessons from the Australian social inclusion agenda
G Carey, P Mcloughlin, B Crammond
Australian Journal of Public Administration 74 (2), 176-186, 2015
302015
Institutional legacies and “sticky layers”: What happens in cases of transformative policy change?
G Carey, A Kay, A Nevile
Administration & Society 51 (3), 491-509, 2019
292019
Personalisation schemes in social care: are they growing social and health inequalities?
E Malbon, G Carey, A Meltzer
BMC Public Health 19 (1), 1-12, 2019
282019
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