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't Mannetje A, Eng A, Walls C, Dryson E, McLean D, Kogevinas M, Fowles J, Borman B, O'Connor P, Cheng S, Brooks C, Smith A, Pearce N. Serum concentrations of chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins, furans and PCBs, among former phenoxy herbicide production workers and firefighters in New Zealand. Int Arch Occup Environ Health. 2016; 89(2): 307-319. Journal link icon
Briggs D, Mason K, Borman B. Rapid assessment of environmental health impacts for policy support: The example of road transport in New Zealand. Int J Environ Res Public Health, 2016; 13(1): 61. Journal link icon
Fyfe C, Borman B, Scott G, Birks S. A cost effectiveness analysis of community water fluoridation in New Zealand. NZ Med J, 2015; 128 (1427): 6766. Journal link icon
McLean D. Explainer: what is black lung and why do miners get it? The Conversation.com, 3-12-15. Other Publications link icon
Pizzi C, Pearce N, Richiardi L. Non-collapsibility in studies based on non-representative samples. Annals of Epidemiology, 2016; 25(12): 955-958. Journal link icon
Matheson A. Reducing social inequalities in obesity: complexity and power relationships. Journal of Public Health, In Press. Journal link icon
Vandenbroucke J, Pearce N. Incident exposures, prevalent exposures and causal inference: does limiting studies to persons who are followed from first exposure onwards damage epidemiology. American Journal of Epidemiology, 2015; 182(10): 826-833 [Response to Point-Counterpoint pp 846-847]. Journal link icon
Douwes J. Health Check: how does household mould affect your health? The Conversation.com, 2-11-15. Other Publications link icon
Pearce N, Ebrahim S, McKee M, Lamptey P, Barreto M, Matheson D, Walls H, Foliaki S, Miranda J, Chimeddamba O, Garcıa-Marcos L, Haines A, Vineis P. Global prevention and control of NCDs: limitations of the standard approach. Journal of Public Health Policy, 2015; 36(4): 408-425. Journal link icon
Al-Chalabi A, Pearce N. Mapping the human exposome – without it, how can we find environmental risk factors for ALS? Epidemiology, 2015; 26(6): 821-827. Journal link icon