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Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Shahaduz Zaman
Dr Wasim Maziak
MedCHAMPS: mediterranean studies of cardiovascular disease and hyperglycaemia: analytical modelling of population socio-economic transitions2015
Dr Balsam Ahmad
Professor Julia Critchley
Priority setting for the prevention and control of cardiovascular diseases: multi-criteria decision analysis in four eastern Mediterranean countries2015
Dr Helen Mason
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Balsam Ahmad
Professor Peter Phillimore
Dr Shahaduz Zaman
et al.
A cost effectiveness analysis of salt reduction policies to reduce coronary heart disease in four Eastern Mediterranean countries2014
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Eugene Sobngwi
Professor Julia Critchley
Comparison of type 2 diabetes prevalence estimates in Saudi Arabia from a validated Markov model against the International Diabetes Federation and other modelling studies2014
Professor Julia Critchley
Explaining the decline in coronary heart disease mortality in the Czech Republic between 1985 and 20072014
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Eugene Sobngwi
Trends and future projections of the prevalence of adult obesity in Saudi Arabia, 1992-20222014
Fiona Campbell
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Julia Critchley
Professor Gary Ford
Michael Bradbury
et al.
A systematic review of fish-oil supplements for the prevention and treatment of hypertension2013
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Fiona Pearson
Dr Llwyd Orton
Patrick Garner
Corticosteroids for prevention of mortality in people with tuberculosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis2013
Professor Peter Phillimore
Dr Shahaduz Zaman
Dr Balsam Ahmad
Madona Elias
Dr Wasim Maziak
et al.
Health system challenges of cardiovascular disease and diabetes in four Eastern Mediterranean countries2013
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Shahaduz Zaman
Professor Peter Phillimore
Mediterranean studies of cardiovascular disease and hyperglycemia: analytical modeling of population socio-economic transitions (MedCHAMPS)—rationale and methods2013
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Critchley
Obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus: A complex association2013
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Balsam Ahmad
Priority setting for prevention and control of coronary heart disease in the occupied Palestinian territory: a pilot study2013
Professor Julia Critchley
Reducing coronary heart disease mortality in Ireland by increasing specific cardiology treatment update rates2013
Nicola Brown
Professor Julia Critchley
Risk scores based on self-reported or available clinical data to detect undiagnosed Type 2 Diabetes: A systematic review2012
Sarah Bowman
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Wasim Maziak
Dr Shahaduz Zaman
et al.
Use of evidence to support healthy public policy: a policy effectiveness-feasibility loop2012
Sarah Bowman
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Wasim Maziak
A policy effectiveness-feasibility loop for evidence-based public health policy [abstract]2011
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Fiona Beyer
Dr John Colquhoun
Professor Julia Critchley
Professor Martin Eccles
et al.
Development and usability testing of a shared decision support tool for cardiovascular risk reduction in primary care2011
Professor Luke Vale
Professor Ashley Adamson
Professor Julia Critchley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Sarah Kelly
et al.
Economic evaluation: evaluating the short-term impacts of the school food policy and experimental modelling of longer term impacts2011
Professor Julia Critchley
Fluoroquinolones for treating typhoid and paratyphoid fever (enteric fever)2011
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Wasim Maziak
Dr Shahaduz Zaman
A policy effectiveness-feasibility loop? Promoting the use of evidence to support the development of healthy public policy [abstract]2010
Professor Julia Critchley
Analysing the large decline in coronary heart disease mortality in the Icelandic population aged 25-74 between the years 1981 and 20062010
Professor Julia Critchley
Cardiovascular risk factor trends and potential for reducing coronary heart disease mortality in the United States of America2010
Dr Fiona Pearson
Professor Julia Critchley
Coronary Mortality Declines in the US Between 1980 and 2000 Quantifying the Contributions from Primary and Secondary Prevention2010
Dr Kerry Joyce
Professor Julia Critchley
Professor Clare Bambra
Flexible working conditions and their effects on employee health and wellbeing2010
Dr Fiona Pearson
Professor Julia Critchley
Professor Nigel Unwin
Increased risk of tuberculosis disease in people with diabetes mellitus: record-linkage study in a UK population2010
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Dr John Colquhoun
Fiona Beyer
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Mark Lambert
et al.
Risk Communication and Shared Decision Making in High Risk Cardiovascular Patients - a Tool in Development2010
Professor Julia Critchley
Professor Nigel Unwin
The role of public policy2010
Dr Fiona Pearson
Professor Julia Critchley
Professor Nigel Unwin
A review of co-morbidity between infectious and chronic disease in Sub Saharan Africa: TB and Diabetes Mellitus, HIV and Metabolic Syndrome, and the impact of globalization2009
Professor Julia Critchley
Bridging science and health policy in cardiovascular disease: focus on lipid management. A Report from a Session held during the 7th International Symposium on Multiple Risk Factors in Cardiovascular Diseases: Prevention and Intervention - Health Policy, in Venice, Italy, on 25 October, 20082009
Dr John Colquhoun
Fiona Beyer
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Mark Lambert
Robert Sugden
et al.
Cardiovascular Risk Communication Software for Patients and Clinicians2009
Dr Fiona Pearson
Professor Julia Critchley
Professor Nigel Unwin
Diabetes & tuberculosis: A dangerous liaison & no white tiger2009
Professor Julia Critchley
Efficacy and safety of intermittent preventive treatment with sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine for malaria in African infants: a pooled analysis of six randomised, placebo-controlled trials2009
Dr Fiona Pearson
Professor Julia Critchley
Individual versus Population Approaches to Cardiovascular Prevention: Modeling the Decline in Coronary Heart Disease Deaths in the USA, 1980-20002009
Professor Julia Critchley
Life-Years Gained Among US Adults From Modern Treatments and Changes in the Prevalence of 6 Coronary Heart Disease Risk Factors Between 1980 and 20002009
Professor Julia Critchley
Potential Reductions in United States Coronary Heart Disease Mortality by Treating More Patients2009
Professor Julia Critchley
Psychosocial interventions for smoking cessation in patients with coronary heart disease2009
Joanna Cheng
Professor Julia Critchley
The impact of demographic and risk factor changes on coronary heart disease deaths in Beijing, 1999-20102009
Jessica Qian
Professor Julia Critchley
The impact of smoking and quitting on household expenditure patterns and medical care costs in China2009
Professor Julia Critchley
Adolescent overweight and coronary heart disease2008
Professor Julia Critchley
Fluoroquinolones for treating typhoid and paratyphoid fever (enteric fever)2008
Patrick Garner
Professor Julia Critchley
Hand-washing for preventing diarrhoea2008
Dr Fiona Pearson
Professor Julia Critchley
High-risk versus rose population approaches to prevention: Modelling the decline in coronary heart disease deaths in the United States 1980-20002008
Professor Julia Critchley
Potential reductions in coronary heart disease mortality by treating more patients in the United States2008
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Professor Julia Critchley
Dr Nicholas Lewis-Barned
Trends in prevalence and outcomes of pregnancy in women with pre-existing type I and type II diabetes2008
Professor Julia Critchley
Urine dipstick as a screening test for urinary tract infection2008
Professor Julia Critchley
Can small changes in cardiovascular risk factors predict large future reductions in coronary heart disease mortality in Ireland?2007
Professor Julia Critchley
Comparing primary prevention with secondary prevention to explain decreasing Coronary Heart Disease death rates in Ireland, 1985-20002007
Professor Julia Critchley
Professor Nigel Unwin
Diabetes and the risk of tuberculosis: A neglected threat to public health?2007
Professor Julia Critchley
Diethylcarbamazine (DEC)-medicated salt for community-based control of lymphatic filariasis2007
Professor Julia Critchley
Economic analysis of treatments reducing coronary heart disease mortality in England & Wales2007
Professor Julia Critchley
Exercise evaluation randomised trial (EXERT): A randomised trial comparing GP referral for leisure centre-based exercise, community-based walking and advice only2007
Professor Julia Critchley
EXERT (exercise evaluation randomised trial) - randomised trial comparing leisure centre-based exercise on prescription, home-based walking and usual advice in primary care2007
Professor Julia Critchley
Explaining the decrease in U.S. deaths from coronary disease, 1980-20002007
Professor Julia Critchley
Life-years-gained from population risk factor changes and modern cardiology treatments in Ireland2007
Professor Julia Critchley
Coronary heart disease policy models: A systematic review2006
Professor Julia Critchley
Efficacy of psychosocial interventions for smoking cessation in patients with coronary heart disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis2006
Professor Julia Critchley
Evaluating health research capacity building: an evidence-based tool2006
Dr Katy Bennett
Professor Julia Critchley
Explaining the recent decrease in coronary heart disease mortality rates in Ireland, 1985-20002006
Professor Julia Critchley
Mortality reductions in patients receiving exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation: how much can be attributed to cardiovascular risk factor improvements?2006
Professor Julia Critchley
Over 20,000 Avoidable Coronary Deaths In England And Wales In 2000: The Failure To Give Effective Treatments To Eligible Patients2006
Professor Julia Critchley
Sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine plus artesunate versus sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine plus amodiaquine for treating uncomplicated malaria2006
Professor Julia Critchley
The population mortality benefits of maximizing the number of eligible patients receiving appropriate cardiology treatments in Ireland2006
Professor Julia Critchley
Patrick Garner
Albendazole for lymphatic filariasis2005
Professor Julia Critchley
Benzodiazepine prescribing behaviour and attitudes: a survey among general practitioners practicing in northern Thailand2005
Professor Julia Critchley
Explaining the Decline in Coronary Heart Disease Mortality in Finland, 1982–19972005
Professor Julia Critchley
Fluoroquinolones for treating typhoid and paratyphoid fever (enteric fever)2005
Professor Julia Critchley
Haemoglobin Colour Scale for diagnosis of anaemia. A Systematic Review of diagnostic studies2005
Professor Julia Critchley
Patrick Garner
Interventions to reduce benzodiazepine prescribing [Protocol for a Cochrane Review]2005
Professor Julia Critchley
Life-years gained from modern cardiological treatments and population risk factor changes in England and Wales, 1981-20002005
Professor Julia Critchley
Modelling the decline in coronary heart disease deaths in England and Wales, 1981-2000: comparing contributions from primary prevention and secondary prevention2005
Professor Julia Critchley
Outcomes of pregnancies in women with pre-existing, type 1 or type 2, diabetes in an ethnically mixed population2005
Professor Julia Critchley
Small changes in United Kingdom cardiovascular risk factors could halve coronary heart disease mortality2005
Professor Julia Critchley
Patrick Garner
Adjunctive steroid therapy for managing tuberculosis2004
Professor Julia Critchley
Albendazole for lymphatic filariasis2004
Professor Julia Critchley
Chlorproguanil-dapsone for treating uncomplicated malaria.2004
Professor Julia Critchley
Explaining the decline in coronary heart disease mortality in England and Wales, 1981-20002004
Professor Julia Critchley
Explaining the Increase in Coronary Heart Disease Mortality in Beijing Between 1984 and 19992004
Professor Julia Critchley
Is smokeless tobacco a risk factor for Coronary Heart Disease? A systematic review of epidemiological studies2004
Professor Julia Critchley
Sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine plus artesunate versus sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine plus amodiaquine for treating uncomplicated malaria.2004
Professor Julia Critchley
Health effects associated with smokeless tobacco: a systematic review2003
Professor Julia Critchley
Impact of smoking reduction on coronary heart disease mortality during 1981 – 2000 in England and Wales2003
Professor Julia Critchley
Life years gained from coronary heart disease mortality reduction in Scotland: prevention or treatment2003
Burcu Unal
Professor Julia Critchley
Life years gained from reductions in CHD mortality in England and Wales2003
Professor Julia Critchley
Missing, mediocre or merely obsolete? An evaluation of UK data sources for coronary heart disease2003
Professor Julia Critchley
Mortality Risk Reduction Associated With Smoking Cessation in Patients With Coronary Heart Disease: A Systematic Review2003
Professor Julia Critchley
Review of prospective cohort studies of coronary heart disease in the UK: past, present and planned2003
Professor Julia Critchley
Smoking cessation for the secondary prevention of coronary heart disease2003
Professor Julia Critchley
Substantial potential for reductions in UK coronary heart disease deaths2003
Professor Julia Critchley
Why model coronary heart disease2002