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Bambra, C. and Smith, K., 2010. "No longer deserving"? Sickness benefit reform and the politics of (ill) health in the UK. Critical Public Health, 20 (1), pp. 71-83.
Smith, K., Fooks, G., Collin, J., Weishaar, H. and Gilmore, A., 2010. Is the increasing policy use of Impact Assessment in Europe likely to undermine efforts to achieve healthy public policy? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 64 (6), pp. 478-487.
Smith, K., 2010. Research, Policy and Funding - Academic treadmills and the squeeze on intellectual spaces. The British Journal Of Sociology, 61 (1), pp. 176-195.
Smith, K. E., Fooks, G., Collin, J., Weishaar, H., Mandal, S. and Gilmore, A. B., 2010. “Working the system” —British American Tobacco's influence on the European Union Treaty and its implications for policy: an analysis of internal tobacco industry documents. PLoS Medicine, 7 (1), e1000202.
Perkins, N., Smith, K., Hunter, D. J., Bambra, C. and Joyce, K., 2010. "What counts is what works"? New Labour and partnerships in public health. Policy & Politics, 38 (1), pp. 101-117.
Smith, K. E., Bambra, C. and Joyce, K., 2010. 'Striking out': Shifting labour markets, welfare to work policy and the renegotiation of gender performances. Critical Social Policy, 30 (1), pp. 74-98.
Joyce, K. E., Smith, K. E., Henderson, G., Greig, G. and Bambra, C., 2010. Patient perspectives of Condition Management Programmes as a route to better health, well-being and employability. Family Practice, 27 (1), pp. 101-109.
Joyce, K. E., Smith, K. E., Sullivan, C. and Bambra, C., 2010. ‘Most of industry's shutting down up here. . .’: Employability initiatives to tackle worklessness in areas of low labour market demand. Social Policy and Society, 9 (03), pp. 337-363.
Smith, K. E., Gilmore, A. B., Fooks, G., Collin, J. and Weishaar, H., 2009. Tobacco industry attempts to undermine Article 5.3 and the "good governance" trap. Tobacco Control, 18 (6), pp. 509-511.
Smith, K. E., Bambra, C., Joyce, K. E., Perkins, N., Hunter, D. J. and Blenkinsopp, E. A., 2009. Partners in health? A systematic review of the impact of organizational partnerships on public health outcomes in England between 1997 and 2008. Journal of Public Health, 31 (2), pp. 210-221.
Harrington, B., Smith, K., Hunter, D., Marks, L., Blackman, T., McKee, L., Greene, A., Elliott, E. and Williams, G., 2009. Health inequalities in England, Scotland and Wales: Stakeholders' accounts and policy compared. Public Health, 123 (1), e24-e28.
Mandal, S., Gilmore, A., Collin, J., Weishaar, H., Smith, K. and McKee, M., 2009. Block, amend, delay : Tobacco industry efforts to influence the European Union’s Tobacco Products Directive (2001/37/EC). Other. Brussels: Smokefree Partnership/Cancer Research UK.
Smith, K. E., Hunter, D. J., Blackman, T., Elliott, E., Greene, A., Harrington, B. E., Marks, L., McKee, L. and Williams, G. H., 2009. Divergence or convergence? Health inequalities and policy in a devolved Britain. Critical Social Policy, 29 (2), pp. 216-242.
Blackman, T., Elliott, E., Greene, A., Harrington, B., Hunter, D., Marks, L., McKee, L., Smith, K. and Williams, G., 2009. Tackling health inequalities in post-devolution Britain: Do targets matter? Public Administration, 87 (4), pp. 762-778.
Smith, K. E., 2008. Health Inequalities in Scotland and England: The translation of ideas between research and policy. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Edinburgh.
Joyce, K. E., Smith, K. E. and Bambra, C., 2008. Tackling worklessness: evaluation of a multi-intervention worklessness and health programme in Sedgefield, County Durham. Other. Durham: Wolfson Research Institute, University of Durham.
Smith, K., 2007. Health inequalities in Scotland and England: The contrasting journeys of ideas from research into policy. Social Science and Medicine, 64 (7), pp. 1438-1449.
Hunter, D. J., Marks, L. and Smith, K. E., 2007. The Public Health System in England: a Scoping Study. Other. Durham: Centre for Public Policy and Health, University of Durham.
Smith, K., 2006. Problematising power relations in "elite" interviews. Geoforum, 37 (4), pp. 643-653.