Ms Rebecca Malby


NameMs Rebecca Malby
Job titleProfessor of Health Systems Innovation
Organisational UnitHealth and Social Care

Research outputs

The Asset Based Health Inquiry: How best to develop social prescribing

Malby, R., Boyle, D., Wildman, J., Omar, B.S. and Smith, S. (2019). The Asset Based Health Inquiry: How best to develop social prescribing. London South Bank University.

Challenges and insights in inter-organizational collaborative healthcare networks: an empirical case study of a place-based network

Mervyn, K, Amoo, N and Malby, R (2018). Challenges and insights in inter-organizational collaborative healthcare networks: an empirical case study of a place-based network. International Journal of Organizational Analysis.

Longitudinal Study of the Impact of the London Darzi fellowship Programmes years 1-8.

Mervyn, K, Malby, R and Meredith, G (2018). Longitudinal Study of the Impact of the London Darzi fellowship Programmes years 1-8. London London South Bank University. doi:10.18744/PUB.002634

Darzi Clinical Leadership Fellows: An Activity Theory Perspective

Malby, R, Mervyn, K and Boyle, T (2018). Darzi Clinical Leadership Fellows: An Activity Theory Perspective. Journal of Health Organization and Management. 32 (6), pp. 793-808.

NETWORKS IN HEALTHCARE Managing Complex Relationships

Malby, R and Anderson-Wallace, M Malby, B (ed.) (2016). NETWORKS IN HEALTHCARE Managing Complex Relationships. Bingley, United Kingdom Emerald.

Innovation and sustainability in a large-scale healthcare improvement collaborative – seven propositions for achieving system-wide innovation and sustainability

Malby, R, Amoo, N and Mervyn, K (2016). Innovation and sustainability in a large-scale healthcare improvement collaborative – seven propositions for achieving system-wide innovation and sustainability. International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management. 5 (2), pp. 149 - 179.

Can Volunteering Help Create Better Health and Care. An evidence review.

Malby, R, Boyle, D and Crilly, T (2017). Can Volunteering Help Create Better Health and Care. An evidence review. London London South Bank University. doi:10.18744/PUB.001625

Introducing a Peoples Academy into Higher Education: A coproduction approach to sustained wellbeing

Hardy, SE, Malby, R, Turner, W, White, X, Hallett, N, Chalmney, C and Young, G (2018). Introducing a Peoples Academy into Higher Education: A coproduction approach to sustained wellbeing. Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning.
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