Predicting failure to follow-up screened high blood pressure in Japan: a cohort study
Conclusions Approximately 80% of participants failed to consult physicians even with positive screening results. Younger individuals with lower BMI are at high risk of no clinical follow-up. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Kuriyama, A., Takahashi, Y., Tsujimura, Y., Miyazaki, K., Satoh, T., Ikeda, S., Nakayama, T. Tags: Interventions (preventive) Source Type: research

Electronic cigarettes: assessing the efficacy and the adverse effects through a systematic review of published studies
Background To investigate the efficacy and the adverse effects (AEs) of the electronic cigarette, we performed a systematic review of published studies. Methods We selected experimental and observational studies examining the efficacy (as reduction of desire to smoke and/or number of cigarettes smoked and/or quitting or as reduction of nicotine withdrawal symptoms) and the safety of EC (AEs self-reported or clinical/laboratory). The following search engines were used: PubMed, ISI Web of Knowledge and Cochrane Controlled Trials Register. Results Finally, six experimental studies and six cohort studies were included. In th...
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Gualano, M. R., Passi, S., Bert, F., La Torre, G., Scaioli, G., Siliquini, R. Tags: Behavioural factors Source Type: research

Relocation at older age: results from the Cognitive Function and Ageing Study
Conclusions Urban/rural contexts and area deprivation are associated with relocation at older age and indicate that community environment may be relevant to ageing in place. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Wu, Y.-T., Prina, A. M., Barnes, L. E., Matthews, F. E., Brayne, C., MRC CFAS Tags: Life course [amp ] epidemiology Source Type: research

Differences in healthy life expectancy for the US population by sex, race/ethnicity and geographic region: 2008
Conclusions The HLE estimates in this report can be used to monitor trends in the health of populations, compare estimates across populations and identify health inequalities that require attention. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Chang, M.-H., Molla, M. T., Truman, B. I., Athar, H., Moonesinghe, R., Yoon, P. W. Tags: Life course [amp ] epidemiology Source Type: research

Are health and well-being strategies in England fit for purpose? A thematic content analysis
Conclusions HWSs are dominated by evidence of need and could be strengthened by greater use of evidence of effectiveness for public health interventions. Public health agencies and academics can support the development of effective HWSs by improving the accessibility of evidence and conducting research when evidence is absent. To strengthen HWSs' impact, the statutory guidance should clarify the distinction between evidence of need and evidence of effectiveness. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Beenstock, J., Sowden, S., Hunter, D. J., White, M. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

The effects of smokeless cookstoves on peak expiratory flow rates in rural Honduras
This study uses peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR) measurements in a before-and-after format to assess respiratory function of inhabitants of all 30 houses of Buenas Noches in central Honduras. PEFRs are measured before and 6 months after the installation of Justa stoves in people's homes. Health behaviors, respiratory symptoms and fire wood use are evaluated in a door-to-door survey format. Results A total of 137 eligible women and children between 6 and 14 years participated in the study. PEFR improved by 9.9–18.5% (P
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Rennert, W. P., Porras Blanco, R. M., Muniz, G. B. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

Measuring mortality and the burden of adult disease associated with adverse childhood experiences in England: a national survey
Background ACE (adverse childhood experience) studies typically examine the links between childhood stressors and adult health harming behaviours. Using an enhanced ACE survey methodology, we examine impacts of ACEs on non-communicable diseases and incorporate a proxy measure of premature mortality in England. Methods A nationally representative survey was undertaken (n = 3885, aged 18–69, April–July 2013). Socio-demographically controlled proportional hazards analyses examined the associations between the number of ACE categories (
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Bellis, M. A., Hughes, K., Leckenby, N., Hardcastle, K. A., Perkins, C., Lowey, H. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

Randomized test of a brief psychological intervention to reduce and prevent emotional eating in a community sample
Conclusions The intervention shows promise in reducing and preventing emotional eating, but further research is required to refine the tool and to examine whether eating in response to anxiety or depression is more common among clinical populations. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Armitage, C. J. Tags: Special section: mental health Source Type: research

Poorer mental health in UK bisexual women than lesbians: evidence from the UK 2007 Stonewall Women's Health Survey
Background Bisexual- and lesbian-identified women have significantly worse mental health than heterosexual women. Less evidence exists about mental health differences between lesbian and bisexual women. Methods Self-completion survey with community-based, opportunistic sampling recruited 937 bisexual-identified and 4769 lesbian-identified women. Associations between sexual identity and mental health indicators were assessed by logistic regression, controlling for age, income, student status and employment. Results As a group, bisexual women were younger, poorer, and more likely to be trans-identified, minority ethnic ide...
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Colledge, L., Hickson, F., Reid, D., Weatherburn, P. Tags: Special section: mental health Source Type: research

Racial/ethnic and gender differences in the association between depressive symptoms and higher body mass index
Aim The study investigated the socio-demographic differences in the association between depressive symptoms and higher body mass index (BMI). Subjects and methods In Genesee County, Michigan, random samples of households were drawn from all residential census tracts. The Speak to Your Health! Survey was administered among adults aged 18 years and older in these households. To conduct this cross-sectional study, data from three waves of survey data collection (2007, 2009 and 2011) were combined resulting in a sample of 3381 adults. Self-reported height and weight were used to calculate BMI. Depressive symptoms were assesse...
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Kodjebacheva, G., Kruger, D. J., Rybarczyk, G., Cupal, S. Tags: Special section: mental health Source Type: research

The impact of tuition fees amount on mental health over time in British students
Conclusions Undergraduates mental health is partially affected by the level of tuition fees; however, the recent increase in tuition fees does not appear to have had a lasting impact at present. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Richardson, T., Elliott, P., Roberts, R. Tags: Special section: mental health Source Type: research

Prenatal exposure to secondhand smoke may increase the risk of postpartum depressive symptoms
Conclusions The current study identified a positive association between SHS and PPDS. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Khan, S., Arif, A. A., Laditka, J. N., Racine, E. F. Tags: Special section: mental health Source Type: research

Property damage and long-term psychological distress after the 2004 Niigata-Chuetsu earthquake in Ojiya, Japan: a community-based study
Conclusion Psychological distress prevalence was high in highly damaged areas, and the prevalence difference between areas with high versus low damage decreases with time. Extensive mental health care in communities with substantial damage should be expected to last 2 years after an earthquake. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Nakamura, K., Kitamura, K., Kim, Y., Someya, T. Tags: Special section: mental health Source Type: research

Always looking on the bright side of life? Exploring optimism and health in three UK post-industrial urban settings
Conclusions The reasons for high levels of Scottish ‘excess’ mortality remain unclear. However, differences in psychological outlook such as optimism appear to be an unlikely explanation. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Walsh, D., McCartney, G., McCullough, S., van der Pol, M., Buchanan, D., Jones, R. Tags: Special section: mental health Source Type: research

Psychosocial work exposures among European employees: explanations for occupational inequalities in mental health
Conclusions Future prevention interventions should have a broad and comprehensive focus in order to reduce social inequalities in mental health. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Schutte, S., Chastang, J.-F., Parent-Thirion, A., Vermeylen, G., Niedhammer, I. Tags: Special section: mental health Source Type: research

Addressing the public's mental health
(Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Henderson, G. Tags: Guest editorial: mental health Source Type: research

Warning: TTIP could be hazardous to your health
(Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 27, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Weiss, M., Middleton, J., Schrecker, T. Tags: Guest editorial: TTIP Source Type: research

A comparative study on the death of unclaimed homeless males and females based on autopsy and circumstantial findings in a large North Indian population
This study was done to identify the circumstances and establish a comparative pattern of death between male and female corpses based on autopsy findings. Study design Retrospective observational analytical study. Method and findings Autopsy and circumstantial-based findings of 5,542 unclaimed homeless corpses were reviewed comparatively between males and females brought to mortuaries between Jan 2004 to Dec 2013 in Lucknow, a major metropolitan city and tertiary care centre of India. Lucknow Province has a population that roughly equals that of...
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 14, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

The impact of dental treatment on oral health-related quality of life among preschool children
Abstract Aim The aim of the study was to evaluate the influence of dental treatment on oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) among preschool children. Subject and methods An intervention study was conducted with a non-probabilistic sample of 84 children/parents. The participants were selected from a reference health unit. The children and parents/guardians answered the Scale of Oral Health Outcomes for 5-Year-Old Children (SOHO-5) and a clinical exam was performed by a properly calibrated researcher. Treatment was performed on the preschool childr...
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 7, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Assessment of the psychosocial work environment of professional drivers
Conclusion It is worth focusing on drivers’ working schedule and their psychosocial work environment. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 6, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Relationship of behavioral risk factors for chronic diseases and preventive health services utilization among adults, aged 50+, from eleven European countries
Abstract Aim The current study aims to assess the relationship between behavioral risk factors (BRFs) for chronic diseases and preventive health services utilization among European adults. Subjects and Methods We used data from 16,125 adults, aged 50+ years, from 11 countries participating in the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (2004/05). Prevalence of BRFs (high body weight, smoking, physical inactivity and risky alcohol consumption) was examined in relation to preventive health services utilization, which was assessed via a 12-compone...
Source: Journal of Public Health - August 2, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Factors associated with utilization of antenatal care services in Cambodia
This study aims to understand the levels and trends of the utilization of antenatal care services and its determinants in Cambodia. Subject and methods The study used the data of most recent rounds of nationally representative Cambodian Demographic Health Surveys (CDHS) during 2000–2010. The data was analysed using IBM SPSS 21.0 software and the analytical approach includes both bivariate and multivariate analyses. Arc GIS 10.1 software was used to show the geographic variation in utilization of the antenatal care services. Results The ut...
Source: Journal of Public Health - July 24, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Oral exposure to hexavalent chromium through drinking water and urologic morbidity in an industrial area of Greece
Abstract Aim To examine the relationship between oral exposure to hexavalent chromium (CrVI) and the development of urologic diseases, as scarce evidence exists on the aforementioned association. Subjects and methods In the Oinofyta region, evidence of high CrVI concentrations in the drinking water exists. Personal interviews of 33.9 % of the permanent residents were conducted during 2010–2011. The relationship between the length of residency and development of urologic entities (malignant, nonmalignant) was tested using the t-test and Mann-Wh...
Source: Journal of Public Health - July 24, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Patterns and determinants of hypertension in Botswana
Conclusion The implications of this study are that a reduction in obesity through a balanced diet and increased physical activity will have far-reaching results in lowering hypertension. Botswana’s health system should place greater emphasis on the detection of hypertension at early ages and create awareness programmes for both the general population and health personnel with respect to the detection, treatment and control of hypertension. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - July 19, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

How financial difficulties interplay with expenditures on alcohol: Australian experience
Conclusion Alcohol expenditure makes up a significant proportion of household expenditure and strongly associates with household’s financial problems in Australia. Brief interventions to reduce hazardous drinking and policy controls on alcohol availability may mean that such drinkers experience fewer alcohol-related financial problems. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - July 15, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Future intention of contraceptive use among Comorian women, 2012
Conclusion The Comorian health system should intervene to improve the overall level of contraceptive use followed by a targeted intervention among non-users. The most vulnerable women are those who have never used contraception and do not intend to use any contraceptive in the future. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - July 3, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Does a geographical context explain regional variation in child malnutrition in India?
Conclusion The findings suggest that both spatial effect and morbidity, including individual and household factors have significant impact on malnutrition among children. Understanding these relationships can facilitate design of intervention programs. Clearly tackling the problem of malnutrition in India will require multisectoral interventions, targeted at all levels of social organization. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 26, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Impact of socioeconomic factors on the prevalence of lymphatic filariasis in Andhra Pradesh, India
This study explores the influence of socioeconomic factors on filariasis prevalence in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Subjects and methods To understand the influence of socioeconomic variables on lymphatic filariasis, a pilot-scale epidemiological and socioeconomic study was conducted in 30 villages of Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh, India, from 2004 to 2007. Data were analyzed statistically by frequency distribution, multivariate logistic regression and principal component analysis (PCA). Results A total of 5133 blood samples wer...
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 10, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Investigating the association between pregnancy intention and insecticide-treated bed net (ITN) use: a cross-sectional study of pregnant women in Rwanda
Abstract Aim To examine how pregnancy intention may be related to insecticide-treated bed net (ITN) use among pregnant women in Rwanda. Subject and methods This cross-sectional study applied random effects models to a nationally representative sample of pregnant women (n = 837) from the 2010 Rwanda demographic and health survey (RDHS) who reported owning an ITN for their personal ownership and use at the time of the survey. Results The odds of reported ITN use the night before the survey are lower for...
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 3, 2015 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Knowledge Translation for researchers: developing training to support public health researchers KTE efforts
(Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Jones, K., Armstrong, R., Pettman, T., Waters, E. Tags: Cochrante update Source Type: research

Public health coming home
(Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Holland, W. W. Tags: Letters Source Type: research

Public health research in the UK: in response to McCarthy et al.
(Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Cook, A., Dorling, H., Ollerhead, L., Westmore, M., Taverner, P. Tags: Letters Source Type: research

Mobile health: is it really a great advance?
(Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Dawkins, R. C. H., Oliver, G. F., Gusmao, J. M., Jeronimo, B. Tags: Letters Source Type: research

Reflection as part of continuous professional development for public health professionals - further evidence
(Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Reid, J. A. Tags: Letters Source Type: research

Methanol mass poisoning in Iran: role of case finding in outbreak management
Conclusion In developing countries, where diagnostic resources are limited, use of active case finding and developing national guidelines can help in the management of large outbreaks of methanol poisonings. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Hassanian-Moghaddam, H., Nikfarjam, A., Mirafzal, A., Saberinia, A., Nasehi, A. A., Masoumi Asl, H., Memaryan, N. Tags: Methods Source Type: research

Improving Health Services. Background, Method and Applications
(Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Leung, G. M. Tags: Book Review Source Type: research

Second-generation antipsychotic drug use in hospital inpatients with dementia: the impact of a safety warning on rates of prescribing
Conclusions Drug safety warnings may influence prescribing practice, although continued use of antipsychotics in dementia could reflect a lack of alternative treatment options. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: McIlroy, G., Thomas, S. K., Coleman, J. J. Tags: Interventions (services) Source Type: research

Geographical inequalities in uptake of NHS-funded eye examinations: small area analysis of Leeds, UK
Conclusions Interventions are needed to address eye examination uptake inequalities. However, in order to better inform commissioning and planning eye care services more complete data with additional detail are required. GOS1 forms ought to be submitted electronically linked to additional demographic and clinical data to allow public health analysis. Ideally, private eye examination data should also be captured. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Shickle, D., Farragher, T. M. Tags: Interventions (services) Source Type: research

Strategies to enhance resilience post-natural disaster: a qualitative study of experiences with Australian floods and fires
Conclusions Disaster recovery interventions designed within an ecological model can promote a comprehensive integrated systems approach to support resilience in affected populations. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: van Kessel, G., Gibbs, L., MacDougall, C. Tags: Interventions (prevention) Source Type: research

No association between colorectal cancer worry and screening uptake in Appalachian Ohio
Conclusions These findings highlight the need for meaningful exploration of why higher CRC worry is not associated with adherence to CRC screening, particularly in rural, medically underserved populations. Development and implementation of interventions to increase CRC screening in such areas is a significant public health priority. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Llanos, A. A., Pennell, M. L., Young, G. S., Tatum, C. M., Katz, M. L., Paskett, E. D. Tags: Interventions (prevention) Source Type: research

Effect of a telephonic alert system (Healthy outlook) for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a cohort study with matched controls
Conclusion Healthy Outlook did not reduce admission rates, though mortality rates were lower. Findings for hospital utilization were unlikely to have been affected by confounding. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Steventon, A., Bardsley, M., Mays, N. Tags: Interventions (prevention) Source Type: research

Commercial sex behaviours among involuntary male bachelors: findings from a survey of migrants in Xi'an, China
Conclusions The higher prevalence of commercial sex behaviours and the lower frequency of condom use indicate a higher risk of disease from commercial sex among involuntary bachelors, implicating both individual and public health. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Yang, X., Li, S., Attane, I., Feldman, M. W. Tags: Behavioural factors Source Type: research

Detection of varying influenza circulation within England in 2012/13: informing antiviral prescription and public health response
Conclusions Evidence of virological activity in two or more regions above a threshold indicated the onset of the 2012/13 season. Subnational thresholds should be determined and evaluated in order to improve timeliness of the national antiviral alert. During the season, outputs should be reported at levels that can inform local public health responses and variation considered when retrospectively evaluating the impact of interventions. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Green, H. K., Zhao, H., Boddington, N. L., Andrews, N., Durnall, H., Elliot, A. J., Smith, G., Gorton, R., Donati, M., Ellis, J., Zambon, M., Pebody, R. Tags: Epidemiology / life course Source Type: research

Trends in lipid profiles among South Korean adults: 2005, 2008 and 2010 Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
Conclusions Our study showed favorable trends in the prevalence of dyslipidemia and in several lipid profiles among Korean adults. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Nam, G. E., Han, K., Park, Y. G., Choi, Y. S., Kim, S. M., Ju, S.-Y., Ko, B.-J., Kim, Y. H., Kim, E. H., Cho, K. H., Kim, D. H. Tags: Epidemiology / life course Source Type: research

Associations between parent-reported sleep duration and adiposity in Chinese early adolescents
Background Short sleep duration has recently been found to be associated with obesity in children, but findings involving adolescents have been less consistent, and some have mentioned gender differences. Objectives To investigate the association between parent-reported sleep duration and adiposity in early adolescence (10–12 years old) and to explore gender differences within this population. Methods Participants were 1309 fifth-grade students (685 boys) from 10 primary schools in Shanghai, China. Body mass index (BMI), waist–height ratio (WHeR) and body fat percentage (BF%) were assessed. Sleep and other po...
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Jiang, Y. R., Spruyt, K., Chen, W. J., Mei, H., Sun, W. Q., Wang, Y., Li, S. H., Luo, Z. C., Shen, X. M., Jiang, F. Tags: Epidemiology / life course Source Type: research

'It has not ruined my life; it has made my life better': a qualitative investigation of the experiences and future aspirations of young mothers from the North West of England
Conclusions Motherhood can be a positive experience that makes sense in the lives of young women from disadvantaged backgrounds. To be effective, policy must recognize the valued social role motherhood provides for these young women. The negative long-term outcomes observed may largely be a result of their disadvantaged position within society and this should be the focus of interventions. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Anwar, E., Stanistreet, D. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

No mean city: adolescent health and risk behaviours in a UK urban setting
Conclusions The worse health experienced by Glasgow adults is only partially seen among young people in Glasgow; however, these are seen at the youngest ages in the study. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Levin, K. A., Walsh, D., McCartney, G. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

The social cost of cold homes in an English city: developing a transferable policy tool
Discussion The implications of the results for the application of fiscal rate-of-return and social cost–benefit tests are discussed. Several areas are identified in which research reported in this pilot study could be improved on and expanded. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Stafford, B. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

Evaluation of a systematic cardiovascular disease risk reduction strategy in primary healthcare: an exploratory study from Zhejiang, China
CONCLUSION A holistic CVD risk reduction approach shows preliminary effects in a rural PHC setting of Zhejiang, China. However, further understanding is needed regarding its long-term effectiveness and feasibility in PHC practices. Our cluster-based RCT will provide the highest level of evidence for the policy development of preventing CVD in a rural PHC of China. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Zou, G., Wei, X., Gong, W., Yin, J., Walley, J., Yu, Y., Zhang, Z., King, R., Hu, R., Chen, K., Yu, M. Tags: Original Articles Source Type: research

Estimating the yield of NHS Health Checks in England: a population-based cohort study
Conclusions A universal primary prevention programme identifies substantial risk factor burden in a population without known cardiovascular disease. Research is needed to monitor interventions, and intermediate- and long-term outcomes, in those identified at high risk. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2015 Category: Health Management Authors: Forster, A. S., Dodhia, H., Booth, H., Dregan, A., Fuller, F., Miller, J., Burgess, C., McDermott, L., Gulliford, M. C. Tags: Original Articles Source Type: research