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  1. Response to letter: 'Why it is important to consider contextual factors in public health'.

    Public Health 129(1):84 (2015) PMID 25542744

  2. Osteoporosis hospital admissions varied across sub-regions but not seasons in England: Hospital Episode Statistics, 2008-2011.

    Public Health 128(12):1125 (2014) PMID 25443134

  3. Targeting mid-life risk factors to reduce late-life dementia.

    Public Health 128(10):952 (2014) PMID 25369360

  4. Effect of educating mothers on injury prevention among children aged <5 years using the Health Belief Model: a randomized controlled trial.

    Public Health 128(9):825 (2014) PMID 25189328

    To assess the effect of the Health Belief Model (HBM) on the education of mothers for promoting safety and preventing injury among children aged <5 years. Randomized controlled trial. This study was conducted in Hamadan City, West Iran in 2012. One hundred and twenty mothers participated in this stu...
  5. Public Health England 2013 conference: highlights and looking ahead.

    Public Health 128(8):683 (2014) PMID 25151297

  6. 'It's effective but should I bother?' A study of personal protection measures against Malaria in urban India.

    Public Health 128(7):654 (2014) PMID 25065519

    Our study highlights a need for health authorities to focus on translating positive attitudes to actual practice of preventive behaviours. Communication efforts may focus on the use of TV, newspapers and mobile phones for greater reach and efficacy. Other implications for Malaria prevention programs...
  7. 'The clock keeps ticking'--the role of a community-based intervention in reducing delays in seeking emergency obstetric care in rural Bangla...

    Public Health 128(4):332 (2014) PMID 24721712

    To explore the role of a community-based intervention in reducing delays in accessing emergency obstetric care (EmOC) in rural Bangladesh, and the factors associated with delayed decision making, reaching the health facility and receiving treatment. Quasi-experimental study. Multistage random sampli...
  8. Social correlates of total cancer in adults and the very old: UK Understanding Society Cohort, 2009-2010.

    Public Health 128(4):376 (2014) PMID 24726411

    Understanding of the social determinants of cancer in adults and the very old is still limited. The aim of this study was to provide recent evidence on the social correlates of adult total cancer in a national and population-based setting. A cross-sectional study in the recent years between 2009 and...
  9. Green and gold--the colours of modern research publishing.

    Public Health 128(3):205 (2014) PMID 24629883

  10. Improving adolescent health policy: incorporating a framework for assessing state-level policies.

    Public Health 35:343 (2014) PMID 24387089

    Many US policies that affect health are made at the state, not the federal, level. Identifying state-level policies and data to analyze how different policies affect outcomes may help policy makers ascertain the usefulness of their public policies and funding decisions in improving the health of ado...