Journal Articles

  1. & Improving Mental Health through the Regeneration of Deprived Neighborhoods: A Natural Experiment. American Journal of Epidemiology
  2. & Residential Moving and Preventable Hospitalizations. PEDIATRICS 138(1), e20152836-e20152836.
  3. & Effects of an air pollution personal alert system on health service usage in a high-risk general population: a quasi-experimental study using linked data. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, jech-2016-207222
  4. & Change in alcohol outlet density and alcohol-related harm to population health (CHALICE): a comprehensive record-linked database study in Wales. Public Health Research 4(3), 1-184.
  5. & Using Routinely Collected Administrative Data in Public Health Research: Geocoding Alcohol Outlet Data. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy
  6. & Neighborhood Quality and Attachment: Validation of the Revised Residential Environment Assessment Tool. Environment and Behavior
  7. & Does frequent residential mobility in early years affect the uptake and timeliness of routine immunisations? An anonymised cohort study. Vaccine 34(15), 1773-1777.
  8. & Study protocol: the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of an employer-led intervention to increase walking during the daily commute: the Travel to Work randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health 15(1)
  9. & Use of data linkage to measure the population health effect of non-health-care interventions. The Lancet 383(9927), 1517-1519.
  10. & The Communities First (ComFi) study: protocol for a prospective controlled quasi-experimental study to evaluate the impact of area-wide regeneration on mental health and social cohesion in deprived communities. BMJ Open 4(10), e006530-e006530.
  11. & “Whose data is it anyway?” The implications of putting small area-level health and social data online. Health Policy 114(1), 88-96.
  12. & The Advocacy for Pedestrian Safety Study: Cluster Randomised Trial Evaluating a Political Advocacy Approach to Reduce Pedestrian Injuries in Deprived Communities. PLoS ONE 8(4)
  13. & Protecting health data privacy while using residence-based environment and demographic data. Health & Place 18(2), 209-217.
  14. & Cohort Profile: The Housing Regeneration and Health Study. International Journal of Epidemiology
  15. & Children aged 9–14 living in disadvantaged areas in England: Opportunities and barriers for cycling. Journal of Transport Geography 19(4), 943-949.
  16. & Parental factors associated with walking to school and participation in organised activities at age 5: Analysis of the Millennium Cohort Study. BMC Public Health 11, 14
  17. & Using geographical information systems to assess the equitable distribution of traffic-calming measures: translational research. Injury Prevention 16(1), 7-11.
  18. & Hospitalized prevalence and 5-year mortality for IBD: Record Linkage Study. World Journal of Gastroentorology 16, 431-438.
  19. & Protocol of the Baseline Assessment for the Environments for Healthy Living (EHL) Wales Cohort Study.. BMC Public Health 10, 150
  20. & Residential Anonymous Linking Fields (RALFs): a novel information infrastructure to study the interaction between the environment and individuals' health. Journal of Public Health 31(4), 582-588.
  21. & HumanBabesia microtiIncidence andIxodes scapularisDistribution, Rhode Island, 1998–2004. Emerging Infectious Diseases 13(4), 633-635.
  22. & A Geostatistical Analysis of Soil, Vegetation, and Image Data Characterizing Land Surface Variation. Geographical Analysis 39(2), 195-216.