Journal Articles

  1. & Weekend admission and mortality for gastrointestinal disorders across England and Wales. British Journal of Surgery 104(12), 1723-1734.
  2. & The impact of social deprivation on mortality following hip fracture in England and Wales: a record linkage study. Osteoporosis International 27(9), 2727-2737.
  3. & Colectomy rates in patients with ulcerative colitis following treatment with infliximab or ciclosporin. European Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology 28(4), 369-382.
  4. & Review article: the prevalence of Helicobacter pyloriand the incidence of gastric cancer across Europe. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 43(3), 334-345.
  5. & Method for Aggregating The Reporting of Interventions in Complex Studies (MATRICS): successful development and testing. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology
  6. & Mortality following Stroke, the Weekend Effect and Related Factors: Record Linkage Study. PLOS ONE 10(6), e0131836
  7. & The impact of social deprivation on mortality following acute myocardial infarction, stroke or subarachnoid haemorrhage: a record linkage study. BMC Cardiocvascular Disorders
  8. & Weekend emergency admissions and mortality in England and Wales. Lancet
  9. et. al. Survey of digestive health across Europe: Final report. United European Gastroenterology Journal 2
  10. & Mortality following acute pancreatitis: social deprivation, hospital size and time of admission: record linkage study. BMC Gastroenterology 14, 153
  11. & Randomised controlled trial. Comparison Of iNfliximab and ciclosporin in STeroid Resistant Ulcerative Colitis: Trial design and protocol (CONSTRUCT). BMJ Open 4(4), e005091-e005091.
  12. & Has the Two Week Rule Improved Cancer Detection Rates for Gastrointestinal Cancers? A Systematic Literature Review. Current Cancer Therapy Reviews 10(1), 62-68.
  13. & Involving service users in trials: developing a standard operating procedure. Trials 14(1), 219
  14. & The incidence of acute pancreatitis: impact of social deprivation, alcohol consumption, seasonal and demographic factors. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 38(5), 539-548.
  15. & Qualitative research within trials: developing a standard operating procedure for a clinical trials unit. Trials 14(1), 54
  16. & Including service users in trials and rigorous studies in health and social care: developing a standard operating procedure for researchers. Trials 12(S1), A83
  17. & An independent evaluation of the modernization of NHS endoscopy services in England: data poverty and no improvement. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 16(4), 693-699.
  18. & The Two-Week Rule for NHS Gastrointestinal Cancer Referrals: A Systematic Review of Diagnostic Effectiveness. The Open Colorectal Cancer Journal 2, 27-33.
  19. & Unmeasured improvement work: the lack of routinely collected, service-related data in NHS endoscopy units in England involved in "modernisation". BMC Health Services Research 8(1), 20
  20. & Haptoglobin: a review of the major allele frequencies worldwide and their association with diseases. International Journal of Laboratory Hematology 29, 92-110.
  21. & Iron loading and morbidity among relatives of HFE C282Y homozygotes identified either by population genetic testing or presenting as patients. Gut 55(4), 554-562.
  22. & The effects of the Two-Week Rule on NHS colorectal cancer diagnostic services: a systematic literature review. BMC Health Services Research 6, 43
  23. & Ethics and research governance in a multicentre study: add 150 days to your study protocol. British Medical Journal 330(7495), 847
  24. & Changes in erythropoiesis in hereditary hemochromatosis are not mediated by HFE expression in nucleated red cells. Haematologica 90(2), 180-187.
  25. & The 16189 variant of mitochondrial DNA occurs more frequently in C282Y homozygotes with haemochromatosis than those without iron loading. Journal of Medical Genetics 41(1), 6-10.
  26. & Iron absorption from Spatone (a natural mineral water) for prevention of iron deficiency in pregnancy. Clinical and Laboratory Haematology 25(4), 227-231.
  27. & Haptoglobin type neither influences iron accumulation in normal subjects nor predicts clinical presentation in HFE C282Y haemochromatosis: phenotype and genotype analysis. British Journal of Haematology 122(2), 326-332.
  28. & Autosomal dominant reticuloendothelial iron overload associated with a 3-base pair deletion in the ferroportin 1 gene (SLC11A3). Blood 100(2), 695-697.
  29. & HFE mutations, iron deficiency and overload in 10,500 blood donors. British Journal of Haematology 114(2), 474-484.
  30. & Population screening for hemochromatosis by PCR using sequence-specific primers. Genetic Testing 4(2), 111-114.

Other Research Outputs

  1. & MATRICS: A Method for Aggregating The Reporting of Interventions in Complex Studies. Clinical Trials Methodology Conference 12(S1), A147
  2. & (2008). Evaluating innovations in the delivery and organisation of gastroenterology services initiated directly or indirectly by the modernising endoscopy service of the NHS Modernisation Agency.