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Anders Malthe Bach-Mortensen
Anders Malthe Bach-Mortensen
Other namesAnders Bach-Mortensen
University of Oxford, Roskilde University
Verified email at spi.ox.ac.uk - Homepage
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A systematic review and meta-analysis of the evidence on learning during the COVID-19 pandemic
BA Betthäuser, AM Bach-Mortensen, P Engzell
Nature Human Behaviour 7 (3), 375-385, 2023
2282023
Barriers and facilitators to implementing evidence-based interventions among third sector organisations: a systematic review
AM Bach-Mortensen, BCL Lange, P Montgomery
Implementation Science 13 (1), 103, 2018
2192018
What are the barriers and facilitators for third sector organisations (non-profits) to evaluate their services? A systematic review
AM Bach-Mortensen, P Montgomery
Systematic reviews 7, 1-15, 2018
1072018
A systematic review and meta-analysis of the impact of cash transfers on subjective well-being and mental health in low-and middle-income countries
J McGuire, C Kaiser, AM Bach-Mortensen
Nature Human Behaviour 6 (3), 359-370, 2022
712022
A systematic review and meta-analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on learning
B Betthäuser, A Bach-Mortensen, P Engzell
LIEPP Working Paper, 2022
512022
A systematic review of the associations between care home ownership and COVID-19 outbreaks, infections and mortality
AM Bach-Mortensen, B Verboom, A Movsisyan, M Degli Esposti
Nature Aging 1 (10), 948-961, 2021
35*2021
A systematic review of stakeholder perceptions of supervised injection facilities
BCL Lange, AM Bach-Mortensen
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 197, 299-314, 2019
312019
Is area deprivation associated with greater impacts of COVID-19 in care homes across England? A preliminary analysis of COVID-19 outbreaks and deaths
AM Bach-Mortensen, M Degli Esposti
J Epidemiol Community Health 75 (7), 624-627, 2021
272021
Barriers and facilitators systematic reviews in health: A methodological review and recommendations for reviewers
AM Bach‐Mortensen, B Verboom
Research Synthesis Methods 11 (6), 743-759, 2020
262020
The impact of cash transfers on subjective well-being and mental health in low-and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis
J McGuire, C Kaiser, A Bach-Mortensen
SocArXiv, 2020
252020
Outsourced austerity or improved services? A systematic review and thematic synthesis of the experiences of social care providers and commissioners in quasi-markets
AM Bach-Mortensen, J Barlow
Social Science & Medicine 276, 113844, 2021
172021
Does sector matter for the quality of care services? A secondary analysis of social care services regulated by the Care Inspectorate in Scotland
AM Bach-Mortensen, P Montgomery
BMJ open 9 (2), e022975, 2019
172019
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on services from pregnancy through age 5 years for families who are high risk or have complex social needs
J Barlow, A Bach-Mortensen, O Homonchuk, J Woodman
NIHR Policy Research Unit Children and Families (https://www.ucl.ac.uk …, 2020
11*2020
Outsourcing and children's social care: A longitudinal analysis of inspection outcomes among English children's homes and local authorities
AM Bach-Mortensen, B Goodair, J Barlow
Social Science & Medicine 313, 115323, 2022
102022
Addressing epistemic injustice in HIV research: a call for reporting guidelines on meaningful community engagement
M Pantelic, JI Steinert, G Ayala, L Sprague, J Chang, RM Thomas, ...
Journal of the International AIDS Society 25 (1), e25880, 2022
62022
For-profit outsourcing and its effects on placement stability and locality for children in care in England, 2011–2022: A longitudinal ecological analysis
AM Bach-Mortensen, B Goodair, J Barlow
Child Abuse & Neglect 144, 106245, 2023
42023
Ownership Variation in Violated Regulations and National Care Standards: Evidence From Social Care Providers
AM Bach-Mortensen, A Movsisyan
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 2021
42021
Commissioning secure children’s home placements in England
AM Bach-Mortensen, B Goodair, E Briggs, A O’Higgins
What Works for Children's Social Care, 2022
32022
Are local authorities achieving effective market stewardship for children’s social care services? A synthesis of sufficiency strategies for children in care in England
A Bach-Mortensen, H Murray, B Goodair, E Carter, E Briggs, A O'Higgins
What Works for Children's Social Care, 2022
32022
A systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions designed for mothers who experienced child sexual abuse
BCL Lange, AM Bach-Mortensen, EM Condon, F Gardner
Child Abuse & Neglect 104, 104401, 2020
32020
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