New publications from ScHARR for May 2023

ScHARR publishes over 400 new journal papers every year across our four sections - Public Health, Health Economics and Decision Science, Design, Trials and Statistics and Health Services Research.

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Some of these publications may still be in print. You can find Open Access versions via our Open Access Repository.

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C. Angus, C. Buckley, A.M. Tilstra, J.B. Dowd, Increases in ‘deaths of despair’ during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States and the United Kingdom, Public Health, Volume 218, 2023, Pages 92-96

Curtin, E.L., d’Apice, K., Porter, A. et al. Perspectives on an enhanced ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapies’ (IAPT) service addressing the wider determinants of mental health: a qualitative study. BMC Health Serv Res 23, 536 (2023).

Hatchard J, Buykx P, Brennan A and Gillespie D. Options for modifying UK alcohol and tobacco tax: A rapid scoping review of the evidence over the period 1997–2018 [version 1; peer review: awaiting peer review]. NIHR Open Res 2023, 3:26 

Hock ES, Franklin M, Baxter S et al. Covariates of success in quitting smoking: a systematic review of studies from 2008 to 2021 conducted to inform the statistical analyses of quitting outcomes of a hospital-based tobacco dependence treatment service in the United Kingdom [version 1; peer review: awaiting peer review]. NIHR Open Res 2023, 3:28 

Lecky, Fiona. National neurotrauma registry data in low-and middle-income countries-current status and future requirements; comment on" Neurotrauma surveillance in national registries of low-and middle-income countries: a scoping review and comparative analysis of data dictionaries." International Journal of Health Policy and Management 12 (2023).

Long J, Ohlsen S, Senek M, et al. Realist synthesis of factors affecting retention of staff in UK adult mental health services. BMJ Open 2023;13:e070953.

Love-Koh, J., Schneider, P., McNamara, S. et al. Decomposition of Quality-Adjusted Life Expectancy Inequalities by Mortality and Health-Related Quality of Life Dimensions. PharmacoEconomics 41, 831–841 (2023).

Nakafero G, Grainge M J, Williams H C, Card T, Taal M W, Aithal G P et al. Risk stratified monitoring for methotrexate toxicity in immune mediated inflammatory diseases: prognostic model development and validation using primary care data from the UK. BMJ 2023; 381 :e074678

R. O’Donnell, A. Mohan, R. Purves, N. Maani, C. Angus, M. Egan & N. Fitzgerald (2023) Mechanisms of impact of alcohol availability interventions from the perspective of 63 diverse alcohol licensing stakeholders: a qualitative interview study. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy

Pilbery, R. O’Keefe, C. et al. "Modelling NHS 111 demand for primary care services: a discrete event simulation." medRxiv (2023): 2023-05.

Lynne M. Schofield, Sally J. Singh, Zarah Yousaf, Jim M Wild, Daniel Hind, Personalising airway clearance in chronic suppurative lung diseases: a scoping review. ERJ Open Research 2023

Wambiya EOA, Gourlay AJ, Mulwa S, Magut F, Mthiyane N, Orindi B, et al. (2023) Impact of DREAMS interventions on experiences of violence among adolescent girls and young women: Findings from population-based cohort studies in Kenya and South Africa. PLOS Glob Public Health 3(5): e0001818.

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