Pollock A, Vickers N. Reducing DCO registrations through electronic matching of cancer registry data and routine hospital data. British Journal of Cancer 2000;82:712–7. download: BJCancer_2000_Pollock_ReducingDCORegistrations
Omar R, McNally N, Ambler G, et al. Quality research in healthcare: are researchers getting enough statistical support? BMC health services research 2006;6:2–5. download: BMCHSR_2006_Omar_QualityResearchHealthcare
Godden S, Ambler G, Pollock AM. Recruitment of minority ethnic groups into clinical cancer research trials to assess adherence to the principles of the Department of Health Research Governance Framework: national sources of data and general issues arising from a…
Brhlikova P, Pollock AM, Manners R. Global Burden of Disease estimates of depression – how reliable is the epidemiological evidence? JRSM 2011;104:25–34. download: JRSM_2011_Brhlikova_GlobalBurdenDepression
Parekh N, Hodges S, Pollock A, et al. Communicating the risk of injury in schoolboy rugby: using Poisson probability as an alternative presentation of the epidemiology. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2012;46:611–3. download pdf
Pollock A, Brhlikova P, McGettigan P. Reviewer’s commentary on ‘Should oral misoprostol be used to prevent postpartum haemorrhage in home-birth settings in low-resource countries? A systematic review of the evidence’. BJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and gynaecology 2012;:11. download…
Mattheij I, Pollock A, Brhlikova P. Do cervical cancer data justify HPV vaccination in India? Epidemiological data sources and comprehensiveness. JRSM 2012;105:250–62. download pdf
Chu CS, Brhlikova P, Pollock AM. Rethinking WHO guidance: review of evidence for misoprostol use in the prevention of postpartum haemorrhage. JRSM 2012;105:336–47.