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Iain Carey

Publications

  • Long-term exposure to outdoor air pollution and the incidence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in a national English cohort
  • Mortality Among Adults With Intellectual Disability in England: Comparisons With the General Population
  • Health characteristics and consultation patterns of people with intellectual disability: a cross-sectional database study in English general practice
  • Risk factors for excess all-cause mortality during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in England: A retrospective cohort study of primary care data
  • The mental health and mortality impact of death of a partner with dementia
  • Traffic pollution and the incidence of cardiorespiratory outcomes in an adult cohort in London
  • Do health checks for adults with intellectual disability reduce emergency hospital admissions? Evaluation of a natural experiment
  • 'I'm sure we made it a better study': Experiences of adults with intellectual disabilities and parent carers of patient and public involvement in a health research study
  • OP11 Do health checks for adults with intellectual disability reduce emergency hospital admissions? Evaluation of a natural experiment
  • OP50 Disparities in Mortality and Deaths Amenable to Healthcare Intervention in Adults with Intellectual Disability
  • Interpreting population reach of a large, successful physical activity trial delivered through primary care
  • Increased Risk of Acute Cardiovascular Events After Partner Bereavement A Matched Cohort Study
  • Initiation of Psychotropic Medication after Partner Bereavement: A Matched Cohort Study
  • Quality of prescribing in care homes and the community in England and Wales
  • Are noise and air pollution related to the incidence of dementia? A cohort study in London, England
  • Effect of two pedometer-based walking interventions on long-term health outcomes: a study using routine primary care data
  • An evaluation of the effectiveness of annual health checks and quality of health care for adults with intellectual disability: an observational study using a primary care database.
  • Preventable Emergency Hospital Admissions Among Adults With Intellectual Disability in England
  • Effect of pedometer-based walking interventions on long-term health outcomes: Prospective 4-year follow-up of two randomised controlled trials using routine primary care data
  • A new simple primary care morbidity score predicted mortality and better explains between practice variations than the Charlson index
  • Mortality Associations with Long-Term Exposure to Outdoor Air Pollution in a National English Cohort
  • RE: "DO GOOD HEALTH AND MATERIAL CIRCUMSTANCES PROTECT OLDER PEOPLE FROM THE INCREASED RISK OF DEATH AFTER BEREAVEMENT?" (vol 176, pg 689, 2012)
  • Impact of Partner Bereavement on Quality of Cardiovascular Disease Management
  • Long-Term Exposure to Outdoor Air Pollution and Incidence of Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Mortality in older care home residents in England and Wales
  • The Effect of Unexpected Bereavement on Mortality in Older Couples
  • Antidepressant Prescribing in Older Primary Care Patients in Community and Care Home Settings in England and Wales
  • A SIMPLE MORBIDITY SCORE FOR UK PRIMARY CARE: A NEW TOOL FOR RESEARCH AND HEALTHCARE OUTCOME MONITORING
  • DO GOOD HEALTH AND MATERIAL CIRCUMSTANCES PROTECT OLDER PEOPLE FROM THE INCREASE IN MORTALITY AFTER BEREAVEMENT?
  • The impact of dementia on influenza vaccination uptake in community and care home residents
  • Antipsychotic prescribing to older people living in care homes and the community in England and Wales
  • Do Good Health and Material Circumstances Protect Older People From the Increased Risk of Death After Bereavement?
  • Statin use after first myocardial infarction in UK men and women from 1997 to 2006: Who started and who continued treatment?
  • TRENDS IN BLOOD PRESSURE IN ENGLAND: GOOD TREATMENT OR GOOD LUCK?
  • Depression indicators in a national sample of older community and care home patients: applying the Quality and Outcomes Framework
  • Bariatric surgery for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus requiring insulin: Clinical outcome and cost-effectiveness analyses
  • Longitudinal exposure of English primary care patients to pharmacogenomic drugs: An analysis to inform design of pre‐emptive pharmacogenomic testing
  • Weight loss surgery for obstructive sleep apnoea: are women really the fairer sex?
  • Bariatric surgery for severe type 2 diabetes - really a lost cause?
  • OP33 Broken Hearts: The impact of partner bereavement on cardiovascular risk and disease management
  • OP44 How representative are physical activity trial participants? – results from the PACE-UP primary care trial
  • Learning disability registers in primary care
  • The rising tide of dementia deaths: triangulation of data from three routine data sources using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink
  • Mortality among adults with intellectual disability in England: comparisons with the general population (vol 106, pg 1483, 2016)
  • Obstructive sleep apnea remission following bariatric surgery: a national registry cohort study
  • Prevalence and incidence of neuromuscular conditions in the UK between 2000 and 2019: A retrospective study using primary care data
  • Risk of Infection in Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Compared With the General Population: A Matched Cohort Study
  • Variability in Glycated Hemoglobin and Risk of Poor Outcomes Among People With Type 2 Diabetes in a Large Primary Care Cohort Study
  • Development of a structured clinical pharmacology review for specialist support for management of complex polypharmacy in primary care
  • Glycemic Control and Risk of Infections Among People With Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes in a Large Primary Care Cohort Study
  • Implications of the problem orientated medical record (POMR) for research using electronic GP databases: a comparison of the Doctors Independent Network Database (DIN) and the General Practice Research Database (GPRD)
  • Trends in the prevalence and management of diagnosed type 2 diabetes 1994-2001 in England and Wales
  • Linking questionnaires to primary care records: factors affecting consent in older people
  • Effects of Changes in Fresh Fruit Consumption on Ventilatory Function in Healthy British Adults
  • Fibrinogen and Factor VII Levels Are Related to Adiposity But Not to Fetal Growth or Social Class in Children Aged 10-11 Years
  • Trends in potentially inappropriate prescribing amongst older UK primary care patients
  • Trends and inequities in beta-blocker prescribing for heart failure
  • Trends in the prevalence of diagnosed atrial fibrillation, its treatment with anticoagulation and predictors of such treatment in UK primary care
  • Maternal cotinine level during pregnancy and birthweight for gestational age
  • Trends and inequalities in coronary revascularisation following the introduction of the national service framework
  • The effects of environmental tobacco smoke exposure on lung function in a longitudinal study of British adults
  • The effects of adiposity and weight change on forced expiratory volume decline in a longitudinal study of adults
  • Less healthy, but more active: Opposing selection biases when recruiting older people to a physical activity study through primary care
  • Does beta-adrenoceptor blocker therapy improve cancer survival? Findings from a population-based retrospective cohort study
  • Calcium supplementation, cardiovascular disease and mortality in older women
  • Identifying the clinical characteristics of older people living in care homes using a novel approach in a primary care database
  • Quality of chronic disease care for older people in care homes and the community in a primary care pay for performance system: retrospective study
  • Hypotensive Medication, Statins, and the Risk of Glaucoma
  • Blood pressure recording bias during a period when the Quality and Outcomes Framework was introduced
  • Infections presenting for clinical care in early life and later risk of hay fever in two UK birth cohorts
  • Persistency with medical treatment for glaucoma and ocular hypertension in the United Kingdom: 1994-2005
  • The epidemiology of medical treatment for glaucoma and ocular hypertension in the United Kingdom: 1994 to 2003
  • Optimising recruitment into a study of physical activity in older people: a randomised controlled trial of different approaches
  • Trends in secondary prevention of ischaemic heart disease in the UK 1994-2005: use of individual and combination treatment
  • Vaccinations, infections and antibacterials in the first grass pollen season of life and risk of later hayfever
  • Are depression, anxiety and health beliefs important predictors of older people's primary care consulting?
  • Developing a large electronic primary care database (Doctors' Independent Network) for research
  • Evolution of statin prescribing 1994-2001: a case of agism but not of sexism?
  • Protection against vertical transmission in bovine neosporosis
  • Timing of routine immunisations and subsequent hay fever risk
  • Early-life exposure to antibacterials and the subsequent development of hayfever in childhood in the UK: case-control studies using the General Practice Research Database and the Doctors' Independent Network
  • Underuse of statins among older people
  • C-reactive protein concentration in children: relationship to adiposity and other cardiovascular risk factors
  • Moving house unlikely to pose substantial risk of childhood asthma
  • Reduced risk of wheezing in children using feather pillows is confirmed
  • Health effects of passive smoking - Reply
  • Spurious trends in coronary heart disease incidence: unintended consequences of the new GP contract?
  • What Factors Predict Potentially Inappropriate Primary Care Prescribing in Older People?
  • Home environment and severe asthma in adolescence: a population based case-control study
  • Do children who become autistic consult more often after MMR vaccination?
  • Linking survey data with computerised records to predict consulting by older people
  • Relation of caffeine intake and blood caffeine concentrations during pregnancy to fetal growth: prospective population based study
  • Effect of fresh fruit consumption on lung function and wheeze in children
  • Health effects of passive smoking bullet 9: Parental smoking and spirometric indices in children
  • A comparison of the recording of 30 common childhood conditions in the Doctor's Independent Network and General Practice Research Databases.
  • Prevalence of co-morbidity and history of recent infection in patients with neuromuscular disease: A cross-sectional analysis of United Kingdom primary care data
  • Evaluating Ethnic Variations in the Risk of Infections in People With Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes: A Matched Cohort Study
  • Bariatric surgery provision in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: retrospective cohort study of a national registry
  • A matched cohort study evaluating the risks of infections in people with type 1 diabetes and their associations with glycated haemoglobin

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