Publications
New publications from the Crystallise team

Posters presented at the ISPOR 18th Annual European Congress, Milan, Italy, November 2015

  • Martin C, Martin A. Modelling the likely impact of the obesity epidemic on mortality and cause of death in older adults. PSY25 Download PDF
  • Martin C, Martin A. Mortality trends in cancers: A new model to visualise the contribution of specific diseases, cohorts and coding changes to overall mortality improvement. PCN65 Download PDF
  • Martin C, Martin A. Mortality trends in cardiovascular disease: A new model to visualise the contribution of specific diseases, cohort effects and coding changes to overall mortality improvement. PCV57 Download PDF
  • Martin C, Martin A. Simpson's paradox: Why smoking reduces the risk of dying of cardiovascular disease. PCV58 Download PDF
  • Martin A, Martin C. When "alive after 5 years" does not mean "cured": International patterns in cancer 10- to 20-year relative survival rates. PCN63 Download PDF

You can also download PDFs of these posters via the ISPOR Scientific Presentations databaselaunch

Recent publications relevant to mortality modelling
  • Martin C, Vanderpump M, French J. Description and validation of a Markov model of survival for individuals free of cardiovascular disease that uses Framingham risk factors. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak 2004 May 24;4(1):6.
  • Martin, C.J., P. Taylor, and H.W. Potts. Construction of an Odds Model of Coronary Heart Disease Using Published Information: The Cardiovascular Health Improvement Model (CHIME). BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. 8 (2008): 49. doi:1472-6947-8-49 pii;10.1186/1472-6947-8-49 doi.
  • Martin C, Taylor P. Risk equivalents in hyperlipidaemia. Poster presented at Heart UK 27th Annual Conference, 3-5 July 2013, Bristol, UK.
  • Martin C, Pichardo C. Using a cause-of-death-based mortality model to identify the individuals who would benefit most from primary prevention with statins. Poster presented at ISPOR, 16th Annual European Congress, 2-6 November 2013, Dublin, Ireland.
Recent publications from Crystallise team members relevant to evidence synthesis
Other recent publications from members of the Crystallise team
  • Yang HK, Abogunrin S, Martin A, Khankhel Z, Cox A, Merinopoulou E. Methodological issues associated with the use of social media in outcomes research: Case study of adult vaccination. Poster presented at the ISPOR 19th Annual International Meeting, May 31-June 4, 2014, Montreal, Canada.
  • Martin A, Abogunrin S. (2013) Can the Use of Social Media and Mobile Apps Improve Patient Knowledge of Disease and Health Outcomes? A Systematic Review. Podium presentation at ISPOR, 16th Annual European Congress, 4 November 2013, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Martin A, Lombard L. Disease becomes social. Health research conducted on, or using, Web 2.0 media: a systematic review. Poster presented at ISPOR, 16th Annual European Congress, 2-6 November 2013, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Martin A, Rizzo M, Iheanacho I. Faulty connections: can criticisms of network meta-analysis in NICE submissions be avoided? Poster presented at ISPOR, 16th Annual European Congress, 2-6 November 2013, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Martin A, Abogunrin S, Kurth H, Dinet J. Epidemiological, humanistic and economic burden of illness of lower limb spasticity in adults: a systematic review. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment 2014:10 1-12.
  • Martin A, Rizzo M, Iheanacho I. Tangled in the network: challenges for indirect treatment comparisons in NICE HTA submissions. Evidence Forum October 2013:8-11, Evidera.
  • Martin A, Lombard L. Disease becomes social. Health research conducted on, or using, Web 2.0 media: a systematic review. Poster presented at ISPOR, 16th Annual European Congress, 2-6 November 2013, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Chalkiadaki C, Martin A. Exploring the usefulness of social media and patient forums in identifying indirect costs of a disease. Poster presented at ISPOR, 17th Annual European Congress, 8-12 November 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Chalkiadaki C, Martin A. What matters to patients and their caregivers: using social media and patient forums to obtain valuable information from a patient and carer perspective. Poster presented at ISPOR, 17th Annual European Congress, 8-12 November 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Khankhel Z, Abogunrin S, Martin A. The legal and ethical implications of using data from social media websites. Poster presented at ISPOR, 17th Annual European Congress, 8-12 November 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Matrix Evidence. Spotlight on dementia carelaunch. A Health Foundation improvement report. 2011
  • Martin A, Martin C, Martin PB, Martin PA, Green G, Eldridge S. 'Inappropriate' attendance at an accident and emergency department by adults registered in local practices: how is it related to their use of primary care? J Health Serv Res Policy 2002;7(3):160-165.
  • Martin C, Perfect T, Mantle G. Non-attendance in primary care: the views of patients and practices on its causes, impact and solutions. Fam Pract 2005;22(6):638-643.
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