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Peer-reviewed journal articles

  • Reibling, N., Beckfield, J., Huijts, T., Schmidt-Catran, A., Thomson, C. & C. Wendt (2017): “Depressed during the Depression: Has the Economic Crisis Affected Mental Health Inequalities in Europe? Findings from the European Social Survey (2014) Special Module on the Social Determinants of Health”. European Journal of Public Health 27 (suppl_1): 47-54.
  • Thomson, K., Rennberg, A-C., McNamara, C., Akhter, N., Reibling, N. & C. Bambra (2017): “Regional Inequalities in Self-reported Conditions and Non-communicable Diseases in European Countries: Findings from the European Social Survey (2014) Special Module on the Social Determinants of Health”. European Journal of Public Health 27, (suppl_1): 14-21.
  • Huijts, T., Bambra, C., Eikemo, T., Gkiouleka, A., Reibling, N. & K. Thomson (2017): “Educational Inequalities in Risky Health behaviours in 21 European Countries: Findings from the European Social Survey (2014) Special Module on the Social Determinants of Health”. European Journal of Public Health 27, (suppl_1): 63-72.
  • McNamara, C., Toch-Marquardt, M, Balaj, M., Reibling, N., Eikemo, T. & C. Bambra (2017): "Occupational Inequalities in Self-Rated Health and Chronic Disease in Different Regions of Europe. European Journal of Public Health 27, (suppl_1): 27-33. 
  • Reibling, N. (2016): “The Patient-Centered Medical Home: Will It Improve Quality and Equity Among the General Adult Population?” Medical Care Research and Review 73 (5): 606-623.
  • Schaller, A., Dintsios, C-M., Icks, A., Reibling, N. & I. Froboese (2016): “Promoting Physical Activity in Low Back Pain Patients: Six Months Follow-Up of A Randomised Controlled Trial Comparing A Multicomponent Intervention with a Low Intentensity Intervention” Clinical Rehabilitation 30 (9): 865-877.
  • Reibling, N. & Rosenthal, M. (2016): “The (Missed) Potential of the Patient-centered Medical Home for Disparities”. Medical Care 54(1): 9-16.
  • Peters, F., Nusselder, W.J., Reibling, N., Wegner-Siegmundt, C., and J.P. Mackenbach (2015): “Quantifying the Contribution of Changes in Healthcare Expenditures and Smoking to the Reversal of the Trend in Life Expectancy in the Netherlands”. BMC Public Health 15: 1024.
  • Schaffrin, A. & Reibling, N. (2015): “Household Energy and Climate Mitigation Policies: Investigating Energy Practices in the Housing Sector”. Energy Policy 77 (2): 1-10.
  • Reibling, N. (2013): “The International Performance of Healthcare Systems in Population Health: Capabilities of Pooled Cross-sectional Time Series Methods”. Health Policy, 112 (1): 122-132.
  • Reibling, N. & Wendt, C. (2012): “Gatekeeping and Provider Choice in OECD Healthcare Systems”. Current Sociology, 60 (4): 489-505.
  • Wendt, C., Mischke, M., Pfeifer, M. & N. Reibling (2011): “Cost Barriers Reduce Confidence in Receiving Medical Care when Seriously Ill”. International Journal of Clinical Practice, 65 (11): 1115-1117.
  • Reibling, N. & Wendt, C. (2011): “Regulating Patients' Access to Healthcare Services.” International Journal of Public and Private Healthcare Management and Economics 1 (2): 1-16.
  • Wendt, C., Mischke, M., Pfeifer, M. & N. Reibling (2011): “Confidence in Receiving Medical Care when Seriously Ill: A Seven-Country Comparison of the Impact of Cost Barriers”. Health Expectations, 15: 212-224.
  • Reibling, N. (2010): “Healthcare Systems in Europe: Towards an Incorporation of Patient Access”. Journal of European Social Policy, 10 (1): 5-18 (ESPAnet/JESP Doctoral Researcher Prize Essay).
  • Reibling, N. & Wendt, C. (2010): „Bildungsniveau und Zugang zu Gesundheitsleistungen. Eine vergleichende Analyse von Zugangsregulierung und Inanspruchnahme fachärztlicher Leistungen in Europa“. Das Gesundheitswesen, 72: 447-454.
  • Reibling, N. & Wendt, C. (2009): „Gesundheitszustand und Nutzung von Gesundheitsleistungen im europäischen Vergleich“. Zeitschrift für Sozialreform, 55 (4): 329-346.

Book reviews

  • Reibling, N. & Wendt, C. (2010): „Bereichsrezension Gesundheit und Gesundheitssystem.“ Soziologische Revue, 33 (2): 230-242.

Sammelbandbeiträge

 

  • Reibling, N. & Schaller, A. (2017):”Zunehmende Inanspruchnahme von Gesundheitsleistungen?”, In: Brähler, E., Hoefert, H.-W. & C. Klotter (Hrsg.): Wandel der Gesundheits- und Krankheitsvorstellungen: eine historische Skizze. Lengerich: Pabst.
  • Reibling, N. (2017): „Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Health Inequalities in Germany“, Europe Now, http://www.europenowjournal.org/2016/10/31/ out-of-sight-out-of-mind-neglecting-health-inequalities-in-germany/.
  • Reibling, N. & Jutz, R. (2017): „Energiearmut und Gesundheit: eine umweltepidemiologische Betrachtung der Bedeutung von Wohnbedingungen für die soziale Ungleichheit im Gesundheitszustand“, S. 157-184. In: Großmann, K., Schaffrin A. & C. Smigiel (Hrsg.): Energie und soziale Ungleichheit: Zur gesellschaftlichen Dimension der Energiewende in Deutschland und Europa. Wiesbaden: Springer-VS Verlag,.
  • Reibling, N. & Mischke, M. (2014): “Maternity Regimes in Germany”. S.205-231, In: P. Kennedy & N. Kodate (Hrsg.): Maternity Services and Policy in International Context: Risk, Citizenship and Welfare Regimes. Abingdon: Taylor &Francis.
  • Kennedy, P., Kodate, N. & N. Reibling (2014): “Welfare States, Health Care Regimes, Maternity Services and Policy: A Comparative Perspective”. S. 4-19, In: P. Kennedy & N. Kodate (Hrsg.): Maternity Services and Policy in International Context: Risk, Citizenship and Welfare Regimes. Abingdon: Taylor &Francis.
  • Reibling, N. & Wendt. C. (2012): “Gesundheit und Gesundheitsversorgung älterer Menschen im internationalen Vergleich: Welche Rolle spielt das Gesundheitssystem?“, S. 273-294. In: J. Schröder & M. Pohlmann (Hrsg.): Gesund altern: Individuelle und gesellschaftliche Herausforderungen. Heidelberg: Winter.