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Petersen, Irene; Douglas, Ian and Whitaker, Heather (2016). Self-controlled case series methods: an alternative to standard epidemiological study designs. British Medical Journal, 354, article no. i4515. file


Hastings, Gerard (2012). Why corporate power is a public health priority. British Medical Journal, 345 e5124.


Hastings, Gerard and Sheron, Nick (2011). Alcohol marketing to children. British Medical Journal, 342 pp. 720–721.


Beaver, Kinta; Tysver-Robinson, Debbie; Campbell, Malcolm; Twomey, Mary; Williamson, Susan; Hindley, Andrew; Susnerwala, Shabbir; Dunn, Graham and Luker, Karen (2009). Comparing hospital and telephone follow-up after treatment for breast cancer: randomised equivalence trial. British Medical Journal, 338(3147) file


Whitaker, Heather (2008). Editorial: The self controlled case series method - a way to study the relation between antipsychotics and stroke. British Medical Journal, 337, a1069.


Raine, Rosalind; Carter, Simon; Sensky, Tom and Black, Nick (2004). General practitioners' perceptions of chronic fatigue syndrome and beliefs about its management, compared with irritable bowel syndrome: qualitative study. British Medical Journal, 328 pp. 1354–1357. file


Smith, Andrew; Wild, Catherine and Law, John (2003). Severe acute respiratory syndrome: lessons may be learnt from the outbreak of legionnaires' disease in Barrow in Furness. British Medical Journal, 326(21 June) p. 1396.


Hawker, Jeremy I.; Bakshi, Surinder S.; Ali, Shaukat and Farrington, C. Paddy (1999). Ecological analysis of ethnic differences in relation between tuberculosis and poverty. British Medical Journal, 319(7216) pp. 1031–1034.

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