Annalijn I. Conklin
Annalijn I. Conklin
Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia
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The growing price gap between more and less healthy foods: analysis of a novel longitudinal UK dataset
NRV Jones, AI Conklin, M Suhrcke, P Monsivais
PloS one 9 (10), e109343, 2014
1842014
Barriers and facilitators to integrating care: experiences from the English Integrated Care Pilots
T Ling, L Brereton, A Conklin, J Newbould, M Roland
International journal of integrated care 12, 2012
1382012
What is the evidence base for public involvement in health‐care policy?: results of a systematic scoping review
A Conklin, Z Morris, E Nolte
Health Expectations 18 (2), 153-165, 2012
1322012
Social relationships and healthful dietary behaviour: evidence from over-50s in the EPIC cohort, UK
AI Conklin, NG Forouhi, P Surtees, KT Khaw, NJ Wareham, P Monsivais
Social science & medicine 100, 167-175, 2014
1292014
Is Europe putting theory into practice? A qualitative study of the level of self-management support in chronic care management approaches
A Elissen, E Nolte, C Knai, M Brunn, K Chevreul, A Conklin, ...
BMC health services research 13 (1), 1-9, 2013
1182013
Overcoming Fragmentation in Health Care: Chronic Care in Austria, German and the Netherlands
E Nolte, C Knai, M Hofmarcher, A Conklin, A Erler, A Elissen, M Flamm, ...
Health Econ. Pol'y & L. 7, 125, 2012
1052012
Case management for at-risk elderly patients in the English integrated care pilots: observational study of staff and patient experience and secondary care utilisation
RL Martin Roland, A Steventon, G Abel, J Adams, M Bardsley, L Brereton, ...
International Journal of Integrated Care 12, 2012
642012
Dietary diversity, diet cost, and incidence of type 2 diabetes in the United Kingdom: a prospective cohort study
AI Conklin, P Monsivais, KT Khaw, NJ Wareham, NG Forouhi
PLoS medicine 13 (7), e1002085, 2016
472016
Variety more than quantity of fruit and vegetable intake varies by socioeconomic status and financial hardship. Findings from older adults in the EPIC cohort
AI Conklin, NG Forouhi, M Suhrcke, P Surtees, NJ Wareham, P Monsivais
Appetite 83, 248-255, 2014
452014
Economic determinants of diet in older adults: systematic review
AI Conklin, ER Maguire, P Monsivais
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 67, 721-727, 2013
432013
Socioeconomic status, financial hardship and measured obesity in older adults: a cross-sectional study of the EPIC-Norfolk cohort
C AI, F NG, S M, S P, W NJ, M P.
BMC Public Health 13 (1), 1039, 2013
372013
Disease management evaluation: A comprehensive review of current state of the art
A Conklin, E Nolte
Rand health quarterly 1 (1), 2011
352011
Loss of translation elongation factor (eEF1A2) expression in vivo differentiates between Wallerian degeneration and dying‐back neuronal pathology
LM Murray, D Thomson, A Conklin, TM Wishart, TH Gillingwater
Journal of anatomy 213 (6), 633-645, 2008
332008
Involving the public in healthcare policy: an update of the research evidence and proposed evaluation framework
A Conklin, ZS Morris, E Nolte
Rand Corporation, 2010
302010
Marital transitions and associated changes in fruit and vegetable intake: Findings from the population-based prospective EPIC-Norfolk cohort, UK
JL Vinther, AI Conklin, NJ Wareham, P Monsivais
Social Science & Medicine 157, 120-126, 2016
282016
Reported barriers to evaluation in chronic care: experiences in six European countries
C Knai, E Nolte, M Brunn, A Elissen, A Conklin, JP Pedersen, L Brereton, ...
Health Policy 110 (2-3), 220-228, 2013
282013
Improving patient safety in the EU: Assessing the expected effects of three policy areas for future action
A Conklin, AM Vilamovska, H de Vries, E Hatziandreu
RAND Corporation, 2008
272008
Approaches to chronic disease management evaluation in use in Europe: a review of current methods and performance measures
A Conklin, E Nolte, H Vrijhoef
International journal of technology assessment in health care 29 (1), 61-70, 2013
222013
Briefing on linkage and exchange: facilitating diffusion of innovation in health services
A Conklin, M Hallsworth, E Hatziandreu, J Grant
RAND Corporation, 2008
212008
Gender and the double burden of economic and social disadvantages on healthy eating: cross-sectional study of older adults in the EPIC-Norfolk cohort
BMC Public Health 15, 692, 2015
20*2015
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