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Related Research and Evaluations

Related Research

Gazzillo A (2023). How debt can affect health during the cost-of-living crisis. The Health Foundation.

Bond, N. (2023). Breaking the cycle: The case for integrating money and mental health support during the cost of living crisis. Money and Mental Health Policy Institute.

Ministry of Justice, IIF Research, and York Health Economics Consortium (2023). Evaluation of integrated advice hubs in primary care settings: Feasibility study.

National Association of Link Workers and Citizens Advice (2023). Exploring social prescribing referrals & impact on information, advice and guidance services: Research report.

Reece S, Sheldon TA, Dickerson J, Pickett KE (2022). A review of the effectiveness and experiences of welfare advice services co-located in health settings: A critical narrative systematic review. Social Science & Medicine.

Parry J, Vanstone M, Grignon M, Dunn JR (2021). Primary care-based interventions to address the financial needs of patients experiencing poverty: a scoping review of the literature. International Journal for Equity in Health.

British Red Cross (2021). Nowhere else to turn: Exploring high intensity use of Accident and Emergency services.

Bromley by Bow Insights (2021). How Social Welfare Legal Advice and Social Prescribing can work collaboratively in healthcare settings. The Bromley by Bow Centre.

Dalkin S, et al (2018). Exposing the impact of intensive advice services on health: A realist evaluation. Health and Social Care in the Community.

Citizens Advice and the Royal College of General Practitioners (2018). Advice in practice: Understanding the effects of integrating advice in primary care settings.

Woodhead C, Khondoker M, Lomas R, Raine R (2017). Impact of co-located welfare advice in healthcare settings: prospective quasi-experimental controlled study. British Journal of Psychiatry.

Carrick K, Burton K, Barclay P (2017). Forecast Social Return on Investment Analysis on the Co-location of Advice Workers with Consensual Access to Individual Medical Records in Medical Practices. Improvement Service.

Concilium (2015). The Role of Advice Services in Health Outcomes: Evidence Review and Mapping Study. The Low Commission & Advice Services Alliance.

Parsonage M (2013). Welfare advice for people who use mental health services: Developing the business case. Centre for Mental Health.

Allmark P, Baxter S, Goyder E, Guillaume L, Crofton-Martin G (2013) Assessing the health benefits of advice services: using research evidence and logic model methods to explore complex pathways. Health and Social Care in the Community

Burrows J, Baxter S, Baird W, Hirst J, Goyder E (2011) Citizens advice in primary care: a qualitative study of the views and experiences of service users and staff. Public Health

Local Service Evaluation Studies

Crisp R, Gilbertson J, Sanderson E, Woodward A.  (2021). Just in Time Evaluation Report. Derbyshire Law Centre and the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University.

Pathway (2019). Providing legal advice to destitute homeless patients in London Evaluation report.

Egan J, Robison O (2019). Integrating money advice workers into primary care settings: an evaluation. Glasgow Centre for Population Health.

Jepson R, Lambe K, Robertson T, Williams A (2016). Theory based evaluation of Long Term Conditions and Macmillan benefit advice service in Queen Mary University Hospital, Glasgow. Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy, University of Edinburgh.

Palmer S, Dalzell-Brown A, Mather K, Krska J (2010). Evaluation of the impact on GP surgeries of the Citizen’s Advice Bureau Health Outreach service. NHS Sefton.