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Dijkstra, I., & Horstman, H., Klasien. (2023). Clarifying how social epidemiological research constructs the category of low socioeconomic status: A response to Kamphuis et al.. Social Science and Medicine. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2022.115610
Olga, T., Olga, Z., & Klasien, H. (2023). Patients’ work and fluid trajectories: Access to medicines for oncological and rare diseases in Russia. Social Science and Medicine. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2022.115613
Raap, S., Knibbe, M., & Horstman, K. (2022). Making health public: a philosophy café in a disadvantaged neighbourhood. Health Promotion International, daab206.
Onaiyekan, P., O., Passos, V., L., & Horstman, K. (2022). A Look at Cycling Safety in a Southern Municipality of the Netherlands. Cureus, 14. https://doi.org/10.7759/cureus.25268
Knibbe, M., & Horstman, K. (2022). Overcoming the tragedy of the commons. Collective practices for a healthy city ecology in disadvantaged neighborhoods. Health & Place. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2022.102777
Yang, R., Horstman, K., & Penders, B. (2022). Stakeholder perspectives on infant formula safety governance in China: a decade after the melamine crisis. Food, Culture & Society, 25, 70–88.
Raap, S., Knibbe, M., & Horstman, K. (2022). Clean Spaces, Community Building, and Urban Stage: the Coproduction of Health and Parks in Low-Income Neighborhoods. Journal of Urban Helath. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11524-022-00644-4
Yang, R., Horstman, K., & Penders, B. (2022). Constructing the accountability of food safety as a public problem in China: a document analysis of Chinese scholarship, 2008–2018. Journal of Chinese Governance, 7, 236–265.
Dieminger, L., Kamenshchikova, A., Hoebe, C. J. P. A., & Horstman, K. (2022). Perspectives of public health professionals on border control practices for COVID-19 management in Europe. Public Health. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2022.06.020
Raap, S., Knibbe, M., & Horstman, K. (2021). Caring neighbourhoods: maintaining collective care under neoliberal care reforms. European Journal of Social Work, 1–13.
Hanssen, P, Nieuwhof, C, Mens, S. van, Plas, A. van den, & Horstman, K. (2021). Implementing a new antibiotic allergy protocol in clinical practice: well-trusted but not used. JAC Antomicrobial Resistance. https://doi.org/10.1093/jacamr/dlab077
Kamenshchikova, A., Wolffs, P. F. G., Hoebe, C. J. P. A., Penders, J., Park, H. Y., Kambale, M. S., & Horstman, K. (2021). Combining stool and stories: exploring antimicrobial resistance among a longitudinal cohort of international health students. BMC Infectious Diseases, 21, 1008.
Kamenshchikova, A., Fedotova, M. M., Fedorova, O. S., Fedosenko, S. V., Wolffs, P. F. G., Hoebe, C. J. P. A., & Horstman, K. (2021). Obligatory medical prescription of antibiotics in Russia: Navigating formal and informal health‐care infrastructures. Sociology of Health & Illness, 43, 353–368.
Cadena-Camargo, Y., Krumeich, A., Duque-Páramo, M. C., & Horstman, K. (2021). Identity struggles during resettlement: An ethnographic approach of internally displaced adolescent mothers in Bogotá. Journal of Refugee Studies, 34, 890–914.
Yang, R., Penders, B., & Horstman, K. (2020). Vaccine Hesitancy in China: A Qualitative Study of Stakeholders' Perspectives. Vaccines, 8, 650.
Lall, D., Engel, N., Devadasan, N., Horstman, K., & Criel, B. (2020). Team-based primary health care for non-communicable diseases: complexities in South India. Health Policy and Planning, 35, ii22–ii34.
Cadena-Camargo, Y., Krumeich, A., Duque-Páramo, M. C., & Horstman, K. (2020). Experiences of pregnancy in adolescence of internally displaced women in Bogotá: an ethnographic approach. Reproductive Health, 17, 31.
Lall, D., Engel, N., Srinivasan, P. N., Devadasan, N., Horstman, K., & Criel, B. (2020). Improving primary care for diabetes and hypertension: findings from implementation research in rural South India. BMJ Open, 10, e040271.
Kamenshchikova, A., Wolffs, P. F. G., Hoebe, C. J. P. A., & Horstman, K. (2020). Transdisciplinary work against antimicrobial resistance. The Lancet Infectious Diseases, 20, 526–527.
Wolters, A., de Wert, G., van Schayck, O. C. P., & Horstman, K. (2020). Invisible work, actors, and knowledge: An analysis of a clinical trial for a vaccine to stop smoking. BioSocieties, 15, 1–27.
Knibbe, M., & Horstman, K. (2020). Constructing democratic participation in welfare transitions: An analysis of narrative interactions. Health Expectations, 23, 84–95.
Moes, F., Houwaart, E., Delnoij, D., & Horstman, K. (2020). Questions regarding 'epistemic injustice' in knowledge-intensive policymaking: Two examples from Dutch health insurance policy. Social Science & Medicine, 245, 112674.
Yang, R., Penders, B., & Horstman, K. (2019). Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy in China: A Scoping Review of Chinese Scholarship. Vaccines, 8, 2.
Kamenshchikova, A., Wolffs, P. F. . G., Hoebe, C. J. P. A., & Horstman, K. (2019). Anthropocentric framings of One Health: an analysis of international antimicrobial resistance policy documents. Critical Public Health, 1–10.
Abrishami, P., Boer, A., & Horstman, K. (2019). When the Evidence Basis Breeds Controversies: Exploring the Value Profile of Robotic Surgery Beyond the Early Introduction Phase. Medical Care Research and Review, 107755871983279.
Cadena-Camargo, Y., Krumeich, A., Duque-Páramo, M. C., & Horstman, K. (2019). 'We just been forced to do it': exploring victimization and agency among internally displaced young mothers in Bogotá. Conflict and Health, 13, 21.
Lall, D., Engel, N., Devadasan, N., Horstman, K., & Criel, B. (2019). Challenges in primary care for diabetes and hypertension: an observational study of the Kolar district in rural India. BMC Health Services Research, 19, 44.
Moes, F., Houwaart, E., Delnoij, D., & Horstman, K. (2019). Collective constructions of 'waste': epistemic practices for disinvestment in the context of Dutch social health insurance. BMC Health Services Research, 19, 633.
Moes, F. B., Houwaart, E. S., Delnoij, D. M. J., & Horstman, K. (2019). "Strangers in the ER": Quality indicators and third party interference in Dutch emergency care. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 25, 390–397.
Hees, S. van, Horstman, K., Jansen, M., & Ruwaard, D. (2019). Betekenissen van “levensloopbestendige buurten”: streven naar maakbaarheid versus gehecht zijn aan een plek. Mens en Maatschappij, 93, 422–425.
Lall, D., Engel, N., Devadasan, N., Horstman, K., & Criel, B. (2018). Models of care for chronic conditions in low/middle-income countries: a 'best fit' framework synthesis. BMJ Global Health, 3, e001077.
Kamenshchikova, A., Wolffs, P. F. G., Hoebe, C. J., Penders, J., & Horstman, K. (2018). Complex narratives of health, stigma and control: Antimicrobial resistance screening among non-hospitalized refugees. Social Science & Medicine, 212, 43–49.
Helberg-Proctor, A., Krumeich, A., Meershoek, A., & Horstman, K. (2018). The multiplicity and situationality of enacting 'ethnicity' in Dutch health research articles. BioSocieties, 13, 408–433.
Hees, S. van, Horstman, K., Jansen, M., & Ruwaard, D. (2018). Meanings of 'lifecycle robust neighbourhoods': constructing versus attaching to places. Ageing and Society, 38, 1148–1173.
Hees, S. van, Horstman, K., Jansen, M., & Ruwaard, D. (2017). Photovoicing the neighbourhood: Understanding the situated meaning of intangible places for ageing-in-place. Health & Place, 48, 11–19.
Zvonareva, O., Engel, N., Kutishenko, N., & Horstman, K. (2017). (Re)configuring research value: international commercial clinical trials in the Russian Federation. BioSocieties, 12, 392–414.
Moes, F., Houwaart, E., Delnoij, D., & Horstman, K. (2017). Contested evidence: a Dutch reimbursement decision taken to court. Health Economics, Policy and Law, 12, 325–344.
Moes, F., Houwaart, E., Delnoij, D., & Horstman, K. (2017). Contested evidence: a Dutch reimbursement decision taken to court – CORRIGENDUM. Health Economics, Policy and Law, 12, 401–401.
Abrishami, P., Boer, A., & Horstman, Klasien, K. (2017). Value in co creation: Subjecting innovative in-hospital technologies to multi stakeholder appraisal. International Journal of Hospital Based Health Technology Assessment (IJHBHTA), 12–30.
Knibbe, M., de Vries, M., & Horstman, K. (2017). Responsible use of media supports ‘critical public health literacy.’ Journal of Public Health, 39, 353–357.
Helberg-Proctor, A., Meershoek, A., Krumeich, A., & Horstman, K. (2016). Ethnicity in Dutch health research: situating scientific practice. Ethnicity & Health, 21, 480–497.
Knibbe, M., de Vries, M., & Horstman, K. (2016). Bianca in the neighborhood: moving beyond the 'reach paradigm' in public mental health. Critical Public Health, 26, 434–445.
Meershoek, A., & Horstman, K. (2016). Creating a market in workplace health promotion: the performative role of public health sciences and technologies. Critical Public Health, 26, 269–280.
Wolters, A., de Wert, G., van Schayck, O. C. P., & Horstman, K. (2016). Lifestyle Vaccines and Public Health: Exploring Policy Options for a Vaccine to Stop Smoking. Public Health Ethics, 9, 183–197.
Geelen, E., van Vliet, H., de Hoogh, P., & Horstman, K. (2016). Taming the fear of voice: Dilemmas in maintaining a high vaccination rate in the Netherlands. Social Science & Medicine, 153, 12–19.