Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Weekend admission and mortality for gastrointestinal disorders across England and Wales. British Journal of Surgery 104(12), 1723-1734.
  2. & Suicide following acute admissions for physical illnesses across England and Wales. Psychological Medicine, 1-14.
  3. & The incidence and aetiology of acute pancreatitis across Europe. Pancreatology 17(2), 155-165.
  4. & Infectious disease mortality in British seamen and Lascars since 1900: from causes to controls. International Journal of Maritime History (in press)
  5. & Assessing the burden of gastrointestinal disease: room for improvement?. Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology 1(1), 5-6.
  6. & Review article: the prevalence of Helicobacter pylori and the incidence of gastric cancer across Europe. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 43(3), 334-345.
  7. & Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomised Trials to Ascertain Fatal Gastrointestinal Bleeding Events Attributable to Preventive Low-Dose Aspirin: No Evidence of Increased Risk. PLoS One 11(11), e0166166
  8. & British merchant seafarers 1900-2010: a history of extreme risks of mortality from infectious disease. Travel Medicine and Infectious Diseases 14(5), 499-504.
  9. & The impact of social deprivation on mortality following hip fracture in England and Wales: a record linkage study. Osteoporosis International 27(9), 2727-2737.
  10. & Colectomy rates in patients with ulcerative colitis following treatment with infliximab or ciclosporin. European Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology 28(4), 369-382.
  11. & Weekend emergency admissions and mortality in England and Wales. Lancet 385(9980), 1829
  12. & Mortality following stroke, the weekend effect and related factors: record linkage study. PLoS One 10(6), e0131836
  13. & Mortality from accidents, disease, suicide and homicide in the British fishing industry from 1900 to 2010. International Maritime Health 66(4), 211-219.
  14. & The impact of social deprivation on mortality following acute myocardial infarction, stroke and subarachnoid haemorrhage: A record linkage study. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 15, 71
  15. & Fatal accidents and injuries among merchant seafarers worldwide. Occupational Medicine (Lond) 64(4), 259-266.
  16. & Mortality following acute pancreatitis: social deprivation, hospital size and time of admission: record linkage study. BMC Gastroenterology 14, 153
  17. & Survey of digestive health across Europe. United European Gastroenterology Journal 2(6), 539-543.
  18. & Randomised Controlled Trial to COmpare iNfliximab and ciclosporin in STeroid Resistant Ulcerative Colitis: Trial design and protocol (CONSTRUCT). British Medical Journal Open 4(4)
  19. & The incidence of acute pancreatitis: impact of social deprivation, alcohol consumption, seasonal and demographic factors. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 38(5), 539-548.
  20. & Fatalities in recreational boating and sub-aqua diving. International Maritime Health 64(4), 207-214.
  21. & High-risk occupations for suicide. Psychological Medicine 43(6), 1231-1240.
  22. & Survey of Digestive Health across Europe. United European Gastroenterol Journal 1, 482-483.
  23. & Casualties and loss of life in bulk carriers from 1980 to 2010. Marine Policy 42, 223-235.
  24. & Review of the management of children with isolated paediatric splenic and hepatic injuries in the United Kingdom from 2000 to 2012 using the TARN database. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery 83, 106
  25. & Prognosis following upper gastrointestinal bleeding: Record linkage study. PLoS One 7(12), e49507
  26. & Influence of social deprivation and air pollutants on serious asthma. European Respiratory Journal 40(3), 785-788.
  27. & Shipping casualties and loss of life in UK merchant shipping, UK second register and foreign flags used by UK shipping companies. Marine Policy 36(3), 703-712.
  28. & Hospitalised incidence and case fatality for upper gastrointestinal bleeding from 1999 to 2007: A record linkage study. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 33(1), 64-76.
  29. & Perinatal and early life risk factors for inflammatory bowel disease. World Journal of Gastroenterology 17(6), 743-749.
  30. & Feasibility of using routinely collected inpatient data to monitor quality and inform choice: a case study using the UK inflammatory bowel disease audit. Frontline Gastroenterology 2(3), 153-159.
  31. & Sudden cardiac event on a sea-going ship and recognition of a work-related accident. International Maritime Health 62(2), 110-115.
  32. Britain's most hazardous occupation: commercial fishing. Accident Analysis & Prevention 42(1), 44-49.
  33. & Hospitalized prevalence and 5-year mortality for IBD: Record linkage study. World Journal of Gastroenterology 16(4), 431-437.
  34. & Cardiovascular disease mortality in British merchant shipping and among British seafarers ashore in Britain. International Maritime Health 62(3), 107-116.
  35. & Suicides among seafarers employed in UK merchant shipping from 1919 to 2005. Occupational Medicine (Lond) 60(1), 54-61.
  36. & Influence of factors in pregnancy on subsequent onset of asthma: evidence from the Oxford record linkage study. BMC Pulmonary Medicine 10, 14
  37. & Human and fishing vessel losses in sea accidents in the UK fishing industry from 1948 to 2008. International Maritime Health 62(3), 143-153.
  38. & Perinatal risk factors and coeliac disease in children and young adults: a record linkage study. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 29(2), 222-231.
  39. & Incidence and case fatality for acute pancreatitis in England: geographical variation, social deprivation, alcohol consumption and aetiology - a record linkage study. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 28(7), 931-941.
  40. Fatal work-related accidents in UK merchant shipping from 1919 to 2005. Occupational Medicine (Lond) 58(2), 129-137.
  41. & Gastroenterology services in the UK. The burden of disease, and the organisation and delivery of services for gastrointestinal and liver disorders: a review of the evidence. Gut 56(suppl. 1), 1-117.
  42. & Perinatal risk factors associated with diabetes in young people. Diabetic Medicine 24(6), 664-670.
  43. & Mortality in patients with and without colectomy admitted to hospital for ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease: record linkage studies. British Medical Journal 335(7628), 1033-1036.
  44. & Genetic haplotyes of Th-2 immune signalling link allergy to enhanced protection to parasitic worms. Human Molecular Genetics 16(15), 1828-36.
  45. & Mortality from disease among fishermen employed in the UK fishing industry from 1948 to 2005. International Maritime Health 58(1), 15-32.
  46. Surveillance of work-related mortality among seafarers employed in Isle of Man registered shipping from 1986 to 2005. International Maritime Health 57(1), 9-23.
  47. & Emergency care of older people who fall: a missed opportunity. Quality and Safety in Health Care 15, 390-392.
  48. & Work-related mortality among seafarers employed in Royal Fleet Auxiliary shipping from 1976 to 2005. International Maritime Health 57, 24-35.
  49. & Traumatic work related mortality among seafarers employed in British merchant shipping, 1976–2002. British Journal of Industrial Medicine (Occupational and Environmental Medicine) 62(3), 172-180.
  50. & Trends in mortality for abdominal aortic aneurysm in an English population from 1979-99. British Journal of Surgery 92(8), 968-975.
  51. Work-related mortality from gastrointestinal diseases and alcohol among seafarers in British merchant shipping, 1939-2002. International Maritime Health 56(1), 29-48.
  52. & Trends in mortality after hospital admission for liver cirrhosis in an English population from 1968 to 1999. Gut 54(11), 1615-1621.
  53. & Place, time and certified cause of death in people who die after hospital admission for myocardial infarction and stroke. European Journal of Public Health 14(4), 338-342.
  54. & Mortality in young people admitted to hospital for diabetes. British Medical Journal 328(7442), 741-742.
  55. Work-related homicides among seafarers and fishermen. International Maritime Health 55(1), 7-18.
  56. & Hospital admission for acute pancreatitis in an English population, 1963-98. British Medical Journal 328(7454), 1466-1469.
  57. Occupational mortality in British commercial fishing, 1976–95. British Journal of Industrial Medicine (Occupational and Environmental Medicine) 61(1), 16-23.
  58. & Case fatality rates after admission to hospital with stroke. British Medical Journal 326(7382), 193-194.
  59. & Multiple-cause coding of death from myocardial infarction: population-based study of trends in death certificate data. Journal of Public Health 2003(1), 69-71.
  60. & Time trends and demography of mortality after fractured neck of femur in an English population, 1968-98. British Medical Journal 327(7418), 771-775.
  61. & Case fatality rates after hospital admission for stroke. British Medical Journal 326, 1086-1087.
  62. Work-related mortality among British seafarers employed in flags of convenience shipping, 1976-1995. International Maritime Health 54(1), 7-25.
  63. & Case fatality rates for meningococcal disease in an English population, 1963-98. British Medical Journal 327(7415), 771-775.
  64. Hazardous occupations in Great Britain. Lancet 360(9332), 543-544.
  65. & Casualties in dry bulk shipping (1963-1996). Marine Policy 26(6), 437-450.
  66. Mortality from disease among seafarers in British merchant shipping, 1976-1995. International Maritime Health 53(1), 43-58.
  67. & Mortality after admission to hospital with fractured neck of femur. British Medical Journal 325(7369), 868-869.
  68. & An analysis of the causes of mortality among seafarers in the British merchant fleet (1986-1995) and recommendations for their reduction. Occupational Medicine (Lond) 52, 195-202.
  69. The most hazardous occupations in Great Britain, 1976-1995. Italian Journal of Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene 93, 405-406.
  70. Occupational mortality among British merchant seafarers (1986-1995). Maritime Policy and Management 27, 253-265.
  71. & Hospital admission and mortality rates for venous thromboembolism in the Oxford Region, UK, 1975-98. Lancet 355(9219), 1968-1969.
  72. & The Diabetes in Families Study: a multivariate analysis of the insulin resistance syndrome in non-diabetic siblings of Type 2 diabetic patients. Diabetic Medicine 16, 75
  73. & Fatalities among the world’s merchant seafarers (1990-1994). Marine Policy 23, 71-80.
  74. & Shared features in Type 2 diabetic siblings within families in the Diabetes in Families Study. Diabetologia 42, 112
  75. Occupational mortality among fishermen and merchant seafarers in British vessels (1990-1995). Centro Internazionale Radio Medico 1, 37-48.
  76. & Lunar cycle and consultations for anxiety and depression in general practice. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 43, 29-34.
  77. & Social class and underclass in Britain and the United States. British Journal of Sociology 47, 22-44.
  78. & Class, gender and the asymmetry hypothesis. European Sociological Review 11, 1-15.
  79. & Intergenerational class processes and the asymmetry hypothesis. Sociology 29, 43-58.
  80. & Intergenerational social mobility in communist Russia. Work, Employment and Society 9, 1-27.

Book Chapters

  1. & Epidemiology of fatalities and orthopaedic trauma in armed conflicts and natural disasters.. In Robinson, JD (Ed.), Orthopaedic trauma in the austere environment: a practical guide to care in the humanitarian setting. (pp. 23-61). Berlin: Springer Press.

Other Research Outputs

  1. & (2014). Survey of Digestive Health across Europe. Part one: The burden of gastrointestinal diseases and the organisation and delivery of gastroenterology services across Europe. Vienna: United European Gastroenterology.
  2. & (2011). Investigation of the feasibility of using routine data to monitor quality and inform choice: UK audits of IBD and upper GI bleeding. . London: Health Foundation.
  3. & (2007). Update of mortality for workers in the UK merchant shipping and fishing sectors.
  4. & (2007). The burden of disease, and the organisation and delivery of services for gastrointestinal and liver disorders: a review of the evidence. (Gut No. 56).
  5. & (1997). Against the odds? Social class and social justice in modern Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.