Anette C Iversen
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Perceived self-efficacy in health behaviour research: Conceptualisation, measurement and correlates
A Leganger, P Kraft, E R⊘ ysamb
Psychology and health 15 (1), 51-69, 2000
Does socio-economic status and health consciousness influence how women respond to health related messages in media?
AC Iversen, P Kraft
Health education research 21 (5), 601-610, 2006
Control constructs: Do they mediate the relation between educational attainment and health behaviour?
A Leganger, P Kraft
Journal of health psychology 8 (3), 361-372, 2003
Interprofessional collaboration: self‐reported successful collaboration by teachers and social workers in multidisciplinary teams
E Hesjedal, H Hetland, AC Iversen
Child & Family Social Work 20 (4), 437-445, 2015
Frykten for barnevernet-En undersøkelse av etniske minoritetsforeldres oppfatninger
MK Fylkesnes, AC Iversen, R Bjørknes, L Nygren
Tidsskriftet Norges Barnevern 92 (2), 81-96, 2015
Learning difficulties and academic competence among children in contact with the child welfare system
AC Iversen, H Hetland, T Havik, KM Stormark
Child & Family Social Work 15 (3), 307-314, 2010
“We felt completely left to ourselves.” Foster parents' views on placement disruption
M Tonheim, AC Iversen
Child & Family Social Work 24 (1), 90-97, 2019
Negotiating deficiency: Exploring ethnic minority parents' narratives about encountering child welfare services in Norway
MK Fylkesnes, AC Iversen, L Nygren
Child & family social work 23 (2), 196-203, 2018
Universal social competence promotion programme in school: Does it work for children with low socio-economic background?
I Holsen, AC Iversen, BH Smith
Advances in School Mental Health Promotion 2 (2), 51-60, 2009
Inequality in health, psychosocial resources and health behavior in early adolescence: the influence of different indicators of socioeconomic position
AC Iversen, I Holsen
Child Indicators Research 1, 291-302, 2008
“Keeping balance”,“Keeping distance” and “Keeping on with life”: Child positions in divorced families with prolonged conflicts
J Stokkebekk, AC Iversen, R Hollekim, O Ness
Children and Youth Services Review 102, 108-119, 2019
The Norwegian network of health promoting schools: A three‐year follow‐up study of teacher motivation, participation and perceived outcomes
HE Tjomsland, AC Iversen, B Wold
Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research 53 (1), 89-102, 2009
Child welfare workers use of knowledge in their daily work
AC Iversen, K Heggen
European Journal of Social Work 19 (2), 187-203, 2016
Precarious participation: Exploring ethnic minority youth's narratives about out-of-home placement in Norway
MK Fylkesnes, J Taylor, AC Iversen
Children and Youth Services Review 88, 341-347, 2018
Successful academic achievement among foster children: what did the foster parents do?
DT Skilbred, AC Iversen, B Moldestad
Child Care in Practice 23 (4), 356-371, 2017
Interprofessional collaboration as a means of including children at risk: An analysis of Norwegian educational policy documents
E Hesjedal, H Hetland, AC Iversen, T Manger
International Journal of Inclusive Education 19 (12), 1280-1293, 2015
Lean on me: A scoping review of the essence of workplace support among child welfare workers
OS Olaniyan, H Hetland, SW Hystad, AC Iversen, G Ortiz-Barreda
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 287, 2020
Experience with suspecting child maltreatment in the Norwegian public dental health services, a national survey
IV Brattabø, AC Iversen, AN Åstrøm, R Bjørknes
Acta Odontologica Scandinavica 74 (8), 626-632, 2016
Mental health problems among child welfare clients living at home
AC Iversen, R Jakobsen, T Havik, M Hysing, KM Stormark
Child Care in Practice 13 (4), 387-399, 2007
Why are they reluctant to report? A study of the barriers to reporting to child welfare services among public dental healthcare personnel
R Bjørknes, AC Iversen, A Nordrehaug Åstrøm, I Vaksdal Brattabø
Health & social care in the community 27 (4), 871-879, 2019
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