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Anne Grete Tøge

Anne Grete Tøge

About

Anne Grete Tøge is Senior Researcher at the Work Research Institute, at Oslo Metropolitan University. She holds a PhD in Social Work and Social Policy. She has conducted a number of studies on the health effects of the 2008 economic recession and individual unemployment experience in Europe. She is also engaged in several cluster-randomised trials (C-RCT) in Norway, investigating the effects of interventions aimed at improving follow up of low-income families, reducing school drop-outs and improving interprofessional collaboration.

Fields of study

Academic disciplines

Social sciences   Social work   Sociology

Subject areas

Welfare   Quantitative methods   Causal Analysis   Social Politics   Experimental design   RCT   Research in healthcare Institutions   Health and welfare politics   Unemployment   Self-rated health   Complex interventions   Health inequalities

Regions

Europe

Scientific publications

Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira; Tøge, Anne Grete (2020). Comparing the Effects of Governmental and Local Family Intervention Projects on Social Work Practices in Norway: A Cluster-Randomised Study. British Journal of Social Work .

Hynek, Kamila Angelika; Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira; Tøge, Anne Grete (2020). Improving interprofessional collaboration in Norwegian primary schools: A cluster-randomized study evaluating effects of the LOG model on teachers’ perceptions of interprofessional collaboration. 11 p. Journal of Interprofessional Care .

Tøge, Anne Grete; Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira; Liodden, Tone; Rugkåsa, Marianne; Gyüre, Krisztina; Bergheim, Berit (2019). Improving follow-up with low-income families in Norway. What is new and what is already regular social work practice?. European Journal of Social Work.

Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira; Christensen, Hanne; Tøge, Anne Grete; Hynek, Kamila Angelika (2019). Bedre tverrprofesjonelt samarbeid i barneskolen – ledelse, organisering og gjennomføring. Bedre Skole .

Dahl, Espen; Tøge, Anne Grete (2019). Inntekt og helse: En diskusjon om absolutt og relativ inntekt. Aamodt, Hilde Anette; Dahl, Espen; Gubrium, Erika; Haldar, Marit; Hermansen, Åsmund (Ed.). Sosialt arbeid og sosialpolitikk i samhandling. 13. p. 267-285. Fagbokforlaget.

Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira; Tøge, Anne Grete; Rugkåsa, Marianne; Gyüre, Krisztina (2019). Arbeidsrelasjonen mellom bruker og veileder i NAV. Aamodt, Hilde Anette; Dahl, Espen; Gubrium, Erika; Haldar, Marit; Hermansen, Åsmund (Ed.). Sosialt arbeid og sosialpolitikk i samhandling. 16. p. 332-349. Fagbokforlaget.

Heggebø, Kristian; Tøge, Anne Grete; Dahl, Espen; Berg, John Erik (2018). Socioeconomic inequalities in health during the Great Recession: A scoping review of the research literature. 20 p. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health .

Saltkjel, Therese; Tøge, Anne Grete; Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira; Borg, Elin; Lyng, Selma Therese; Wittrock, Christian; Pålshaugen, Øyvind; Fossestøl, Knut; Christensen, Hanne; Lund, Torbjørn (2018). Research protocol: A cluster-randomised study evaluating the effects of a model for improving inter-professional collaboration in Norwegian primary schools. International Journal of Educational Research . Vol. 91.

Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira; Tøge, Anne Grete; Fossestøl, Knut (2018). Program theory within policy-initiated evaluations: the Norwegian low-income family study. Journal of Evidence-Informed Social Work . Vol. 15.
https://doi.org/10.1080/23761407.2018.1455161

Nieuwenhuis, Rense; Tøge, Anne Grete; Palme, Joakim (2018). The health penalty of single parents in institutional context. Nieuwenhuis, Rense; Maldonado, Laurie C. (Ed.). The triple bind of single-parent families: Resources, employment and policies to improve well-being. 14. p. 311-334. Policy Press.





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