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2014

Charlton, R. A., Neville, A.J., Jordan, S., Pierini, A., Damase-Michel, C., Klungsøyr, K., Nybo Andersen, A.-M., Hansen, A.V., Gini, R., Bos, J.H.J., Puccini, A., Hurault-Delarue, C., Brooks, C.J., De Jong-Van Den Berg, L.T.W. and De Vries, C., 2014. Forthcoming. Healthcare databases in europe for studying medicine use and safety during pregnancy. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety

2013

Charlton, R. A., Snowball, J. M., Bloomfield, K. and De Vries, C. S., 2013. Colorectal cancer risk reduction following macrogol exposure : A cohort and nested case control study in the UK. PLoS ONE, 8 (12), e83203.

Charlton, R. A., Hutchison, A., Davis, K. J. and De Vries, C. S., 2013. Asthma management in pregnancy. PLoS ONE, 8 (4), e60247.

2012

Charlton, R., Snowball, J., Bloomfield, K. and De Vries, C., 2012. Colorectal cancer incidence on the General Practice Research Database. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 21 (7), pp. 775-783.

Charlton, R., 2012. The general practice research database as an alternative to registries for studying drug safety in pregnancy : Anticonvulsants as a case study. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.

2011

Charlton, R. A., Snowball, J. M., Bloomfield, K. and De Vries, C. S., 2011. Macrogol laxatives and colorectal cancer risk. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 20 (Supplement 1), S270-S271.

Charlton, R. A., Weil, J. G., Cunnington, M. C., Ray, S. and de Vries, C. S., 2011. Comparing the General Practice Research Database and the UK Epilepsy and Pregnancy Register as tools for postmarketing teratogen surveillance anticonvulsants and the risk of major congenital malformations. Drug Safety, 34 (2), pp. 157-171.

2010

Charlton, R. A., Weil, J. G., Cunnington, M. C. and de Vries, C., 2010. Identifying major congenital malformations in the UK general practice research database (GPRD): A study reporting on the sensitivity and added value of photocopied medical records and free text in the GPRD. Drug Safety, 33 (9), pp. 741-750.

2009

Charlton, R. A., Weil, J. G., Snowball, J. M., Cunnington, M. C. and de Vries, C. S., 2009. Can the General Practice Research Database identify a known teratogenic association? Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 18 (Supplement 1), S12.

2008

Charlton, R., Weil, J., Curmington, M. and de Vries, C. S., 2008. The general practice research database as a pregnancy registry system : Anticonvulsants as an example. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 17 (Supplement 1), 362.

Charlton, R. A., Cunnington, M. C., de Vries, C. S. and Weil, J. G., 2008. Data resources for investigating drug exposure during pregnancy and associated outcomes: The General Practice Research Database(GPRD) as an alternative to pregnancy registries. Drug Safety, 31 (1), pp. 39-51.

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