Nic Brimblecombe
Nic Brimblecombe
Assistant Professorial Research Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science
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Understanding health inequalities
McGraw-Hill International, 2000
The sociology of health inequalities
M Bartley, D Blane, GD Smith
Statistics in society: the arithmetic of politics
D Dorling, S Simpson
Statistics in society: The arithmetic of politics, 1998
Teachers’ perceptions of school inspection: A stressful experience
N Brimblecombe, M Ormston, M Shaw
Cambridge Journal of Education 25 (1), 53-61, 1995
Childhood bullying victimization is associated with use of mental health services over five decades: a longitudinal nationally representative cohort study
S Evans-Lacko, R Takizawa, N Brimblecombe, D King, M Knapp, ...
Psychological medicine 47 (1), 127-135, 2017
Migration and geographical inequalities in health in Britain
N Brimblecombe, D Dorling, M Shaw
Social science & medicine 50 (6), 861-878, 2000
Mortality and migration in Britain, first results from the British Household Panel Survey
N Brimblecombe, D Dorling, M Shaw
Social science & medicine 49 (7), 981-988, 1999
Long term economic impact associated with childhood bullying victimisation
N Brimblecombe, S Evans-Lacko, M Knapp, D King, R Takizawa, ...
Social Science & Medicine 208, 134-141, 2018
Review of the international evidence on support for unpaid carers
N Brimblecombe, JL Fernandez, M Knapp, A Rehill, R Wittenberg
Journal of Long-Term Care, 25-40, 2018
Youth mental health: new economic evidence
M Knapp, V Ardino, N Brimblecombe, S Evans-Lacko, V Iemmi, D King, ...
London: Personal Social Services Research Unit, 2016
Widening inequality in mortality between 160 regions of 15 European countries in the early 1990s
M Shaw, S Orford, N Brimblecombe, D Dorling
Social science & medicine 50 (7-8), 1047-1058, 2000
Perceptions of unmet needs for community social care services in E ngland. A comparison of working carers and the people they care for
N Brimblecombe, L Pickard, D King, M Knapp
Health & social care in the community 25 (2), 435-446, 2017
Teachers' intention to change practice as a result of Ofsted school inspections
N Brimblecombe, M Shaw, M Ormston
Educational Management & Administration 24 (4), 339-354, 1996
The high cost of unpaid care by young people: health and economic impacts of providing unpaid care
N Brimblecombe, M Knapp, D King, M Stevens, J Cartagena Farias
BMC Public Health 20, 1-11, 2020
The effectiveness of paid services in supporting unpaid carers’ employment in England
L Pickard, D King, N Brimblecombe, M Knapp
Journal of social policy 44 (3), 567-590, 2015
Life chances in Britain by housing wealth and for the homeless and vulnerably housed
M Shaw, D Dorling, N Brimblecombe
Environment and Planning A 31 (12), 2239-2248, 1999
Barriers to receipt of social care services for working carers and the people they care for in times of austerity
N Brimblecombe, L Pickard, D King, M Knapp
Journal of Social Policy 47 (2), 215-233, 2018
The role of youth mental health services in the treatment of young people with serious mental illness: 2‐year outcomes and economic implications
N Brimblecombe, M Knapp, S Murguia, H Mbeah‐Bankas, S Crane, ...
Early intervention in psychiatry 11 (5), 393-400, 2017
Changing the map: health in Britain 1951–91
M Shaw, D Dorling, N Brimblecombe
Sociology of Health & Illness 20 (5), 694-709, 1998
‘Replacement care’for working carers? A longitudinal study in England, 2013–15
L Pickard, N Brimblecombe, D King, M Knapp
Social Policy & Administration 52 (3), 690-709, 2018
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