Bibliography

Research using CPRD data has informed drug safety guidance and clinical practice and resulted in over 2,600 peer-reviewed publications. The CPRD bibliography is updated on a monthly basis (last updated 6 November 2020) and papers are listed below and in the PDF below.

If you have published papers using CPRD data which are not included in this list, please contact us at enquiries@cprd.com so that we can update the bibliography.

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This work uses data provided by patients and collected by the NHS as part of their care and support. CPRD encourages researchers to use this citation in all publications using CPRD data. Find out more about acknowledging the use of patient data at the Understanding Patient Data website

 

 

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A. T. Hancock, Mallen, C. D., Muller, S., Belcher, J., Roddy, E., Helliwell, T., and Hider, S. L., Risk of vascular events in patients with polymyalgia rheumatica, Cmaj, vol. 186, pp. E495-501, 2014.
A. A. Sultan, Whittle, R., Muller, S., Roddy, E., Mallen, C. D., Bucknall, M., Helliwell, T., Hider, S., and Paskins, Z., Risk of fragility fracture among patients with gout and the effect of urate-lowering therapy, Cmaj, vol. 190, pp. E581-e587, 2018.
M. Roughley, Sultan, A. A., Clarson, L., Muller, S., Whittle, R., Belcher, J., Mallen, C. D., and Roddy, E., Risk of chronic kidney disease in patients with gout and the impact of urate lowering therapy: a population-based cohort study, Arthritis Res Ther, vol. 20, p. 243, 2018.
J. A. Prior, Paskins, Z., Whittle, R., Abdul-Sultan, A., Chew-Graham, C. A., Muller, S., Bajpai, R., Shepherd, T. A., Sumathipala, A., and Mallen, C. D., Rheumatological conditions as risk factors for self-harm: A retrospective cohort study, Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken), 2020.
A. Abhishek, Doherty, M., Kuo, C. F., Mallen, C. D., Zhang, W., and Grainge, M. J., Rheumatoid arthritis is getting less frequent-results of a nationwide population-based cohort study, Rheumatology (Oxford), vol. 56, pp. 736-744, 2017.
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