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A better start for health equity? Qualitative content analysis of implementation of extended postnatal home visiting in a disadvantaged area in Sweden
Barboza M, Kulane A, Burström B, Marttila A
International journal for equity in health 2018;17(1):42-

Experiences of unemployment and well-being after job loss during economic recession: Results of a qualitative study in east central Sweden
Hiswåls As, Marttila A, Mälstam E, Macassa G
Journal of public health research 2017;6(3):995-

Practising proportionate universalism - a study protocol of an extended postnatal home visiting programme in a disadvantaged area in Stockholm, Sweden
Burström B, Marttila A, Kulane A, Lindberg L, Burström K
BMC health services research 2017;17(1):91-

Promoting health of people with intellectual disabilities: Views of professionals working in group homes
Wahlström L, Bergström H, Marttila A
Journal of intellectual disabilities : JOID 2014;18(2):113-128

Keep going in adversity - using a resilience perspective to understand the narratives of long-term social assistance recipients in Sweden
Marttila A, Johansson E, Whitehead M, Burström B
International journal for equity in health 2013;12():8-

Dilemmas in providing resilience-enhancing social services to long-term social assistance clients. A qualitative study of Swedish social workers
Marttila A, Johansson E, Whitehead M, Burström B
BMC public health 2012;12():517-

[The example Rinkeby-Kista: Early intervention vital for the health of children interacting with social services]
Burström B, Bergh G, Marttila A, Martin H
Lakartidningen 2012;109(26-28):1268-9

Controlled and dependent: experiences of living on social assistance in Sweden
Marttila A, Whitehead M, Canvin K, Burstrom B
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WELFARE 2010;19(2):142-151

Living on social assistance with chronic illness: Buffering and undermining features to well-being
Marttila A, Johansson E, Whitehead M, Burstrom B
BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 2010;:754-

Tales of the unexpected? Hidden resilience in poor households in Britain
Canvin K, Marttila A, Burstrom B, Whitehead M
SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE 2009;69(2):238-45

Can I risk using public services? Perceived consequences of seeking help and health care among households living in poverty: qualitative study
Canvin K, Jones C, Marttila A, Burstrom B, Whitehead M
JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH 2007;61(11):984-9

Studying social policy and resilience to adversity in different welfare states: Britain and Sweden
Jones C, Burström B, Marttila A, Canvin K, Whitehead M
International journal of health services : planning, administration, evaluation 2006;36(3):425-42

Cultural challenges in end-of-life care: reflections from focus groups' interviews with hospice staff in Stockholm
Ekblad S, Marttila A, Emilsson M
JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING 2000;31(3):623-30

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