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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Professor Richard Hooper

Richard

Professor of Medical Statistics

Email: r.l.hooper@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: Tel: +44 (0)20 7882 7324
Website: Twitter: @RL_Hooper

Profile

I joined QMUL in 2010 having worked previously as a biostatistician at Cambridge University, King’s College London, Imperial College London, and also for a short time with the Government Statistical Service in the Department of Health. I am Professor of Medical Statistics and Deputy Centre Lead at the Centre for Evaluation & Methods, and interim Director of the Pragmatic Clinical Trials Unit, as well as Co-Lead of the QMUL arm of Research Design Service London. In 2019 I was awarded a Senior Fellowship with The Healthcare Improvement Studies (THIS) Institute, and am now a member of their alumni community.

Research

Research Interests:

My research programme is aimed at driving innovation in the design of randomised evaluations of health interventions and quality improvement programmes, including stepped wedge trials and other novel approaches to clustered trials. To find out more about stepped wedge trials visit my Stepped Wedgehog website. My work has appeared in the BMJ, the International Journal of Epidemiology, the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, Statistics in Medicine, and Statistical Methods in Medical Research. I have given invited talks at international conferences of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Royal Statistical Society, and Society for Clinical Trials.

Publications

Outstanding Publications: 

Hooper RKey concepts in epidemiology: stepped wedge trials. J Clin Epi 2021;137:159-162

Hooper R, Eldridge S. Cutting edge or blunt instrument: how to decide if a stepped wedge design is right for you. BMJ Quality Safety 2021;30:245-250

Hooper R, Copas A. Stepped wedge trials with continuous recruitment require new ways of thinking. J Clin Epidemiol 2019;116:161-166

Hooper R, Teerenstra S, de Hoop E, Eldridge S. Sample size calculation for stepped wedge and other longitudinal cluster randomised trials. Stat Med 2016;35:4718-4728

Hooper R, Bourke L. Cluster randomised trials with repeated cross-sections: alternatives to parallel group designs. BMJ 2015;350:h2925


 

    • Jones CI, Bremner S, Hooper R et al. (2021), Statistical analysis plan for the Early Youth Engagement in first episode psychosis (EYE-2) study: a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial of implementation, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a team-based motivational engagement intervention to improve engagement $nameOfConference


    • Copas AJ, Hooper R (2021), Optimal design of cluster randomized trials allowing unequal allocation of clusters and unequal cluster size between arms $nameOfConference


    • Kahan B, White I, Eldridge S et al. (2021), Independence estimators for re-randomisation trials in multi-episode settings: a simulation study $nameOfConference


    • Taylor S, Pinnock H, Sohanpal R et al. (2021), RCT Abstract - Tailored psychological intervention for anxiety/depression in people with COPD (TANDEM): a randomised controlled trial Airway pharmacology and treatment


    • Turner EL, Platt AC, Gallis JA et al. (2021), Completeness of reporting and risks of overstating impact in cluster randomised trials: a systematic review $nameOfConference


    • ESCP EAGLE Safe Anastomosis Collaborative (2021), ESCP Safe Anastomosis ProGramme in CoLorectal SurgEry (EAGLE): Study protocol for an international cluster randomised trial of a quality improvement intervention to reduce anastomotic leak following right colectomy. $nameOfConference


    • Di Tanna GL, Lung T, Si L et al. (2021), HEALTH ECONOMIC EVALUATION ALONGSIDE STEPPED WEDGE TRIALS: A METHODOLOGICAL SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF APPROPRIATE MODELLING APPROACHES $nameOfConference

    • Di TG, Lung T, Si L et al. (2021), PMU56 Health Economic Evaluation Alongside Stepped Wedge Trials: A Methodological Systematic Review and Recommendations of Appropriate Modelling Approaches $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R (publicationYear), Key concepts in clinical epidemiology: Stepped wedge trials $nameOfConference


    • Greenwood K, Webb R, Gu J et al. (2021), The Early Youth Engagement in first episode psychosis (EYE-2) study: pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial of implementation, effectiveness and cost effectiveness of a team-based motivational engagement intervention to improve engagement $nameOfConference


    • Vollebregt PF, Burgell RE, Hooper RL et al. (2021), Clinical Impact of Rectal Hyposensitivity: A Cross-Sectional Study of 2,876 Patients With Refractory Functional Constipation $nameOfConference


    • Vollebregt PF, Burgell RE, Hooper RL et al. (2021), Clinical Impact of Rectal Hyposensitivity: A Cross-Sectional Study of 2,876 Patients With Refractory Functional Constipation. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Copas AJ (2021), Optimal design of cluster randomised trials with continuous recruitment and prospective baseline period $nameOfConference


    • Wilson DT, Hooper R, Brown J et al. (2021), Efficient and flexible simulation-based sample size determination for clinical trials with multiple design parameters $nameOfConference


    • Lieberman D, Mangat H, Allen-Philbey K et al. (2020), Cladribine to halt deterioration in people with advanced multiple sclerosis (CHARIOTMS) $nameOfConference

    • Lee MJ, Dimairo M, Edwards J et al. (2020), Non-randomized studies should be considered for assessing surgical techniques in rectal prolapse: prospective cohort study $nameOfConference


    • Allotey J, Snell KIE, Smuk M et al. (2020), Validation and development of models using clinical, biochemical and ultrasound markers for predicting pre-eclampsia: An individual participant data meta-analysis $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Kasza J, Forbes A (publicationYear), The hunt for efficient, incomplete designs for stepped wedge trials with continuous recruitment and continuous outcome measures $nameOfConference


    • Snell KIE, Allotey J, Smuk M et al. (2020), External validation of prognostic models predicting pre-eclampsia: individual participant data meta-analysis $nameOfConference


    • Lung T, Si L, Hooper R et al. (2020), Health Economic Evaluation Alongside Stepped Wedge Trials: A Methodological Systematic Review $nameOfConference


    • Vollebregt PF, Hooper RL, Farmer AD et al. (2020), Association between opioid usage and rectal dysfunction in constipation: A cross-sectional study of 2754 patients $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Eldridge S (publicationYear), Cutting edge or blunt instrument: How to decide if a stepped wedge design is right for you $nameOfConference


    • Kasza J, Hooper R, Copas A et al. (2020), Sample size and power calculations for open cohort longitudinal cluster randomized trials $nameOfConference


    • Pasu S, Bell L, Zenasni Z et al. (2020), Facedown Positioning following Surgery for Large Full-Thickness Macular Hole: A Multicenter Randomized Clinical Trial $nameOfConference


    • Sohal AH, Feder G, Boomla K et al. (2020), Improving the healthcare response to domestic violence and abuse in UK primary care: Interrupted time series evaluation of a system-level training and support programme $nameOfConference


    • Copas AJ, Hooper R (2020), Cluster randomised trials with different numbers of measurements at baseline and endline: Sample size and optimal allocation $nameOfConference


    • Taylor EH, Gandhi B, Marleen S et al. (2020), Seasonal variation in fetal lateral cerebral ventricular diameter $nameOfConference


    • Hemming K, Kasza J, Hooper R et al. (2020), A tutorial on sample size calculation for multiple-period cluster randomized parallel, cross-over and stepped-wedge trials using the shiny CRT calculator $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Forbes A, Kasza J (2019), Optimal incomplete stepped wedge trials with continuous recruitment $nameOfConference

    • Wilson DT, Walwyn REA, Hooper R et al. (2019), Efficient and flexible simulation-based sample size determination for clinical trials with multiple design parameters $nameOfConference

    • Thangaratinam S, Khan K, Al Wattar B et al. (2019), Mediterranean-style diet in pregnant women with metabolic risk factors (ESTEEM): a pragmatic multicentre randomised trial $nameOfConference


    • Townsend R, Khalil A, Premakumar Y et al. (2019), Prediction of pre-eclampsia: review of reviews $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Copas A (publicationYear), Stepped wedge trials with continuous recruitment require new ways of thinking $nameOfConference


    • Jolliffe DA, Greenberg L, Hooper RL et al. (2019), Vitamin D to prevent exacerbations of COPD: Systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data from randomised controlled trials $nameOfConference


    • Kasza J, Hemming K, Hooper R et al. (2019), Impact of non-uniform correlation structure on sample size and power in multiple-period cluster randomised trials $nameOfConference


    • HOOPER R, LANZ D, DODDS J et al. (2019), Cost-effectiveness of cell salvage and donor blood transfusion during caesarean section: results from a randomised controlled trial $nameOfConference


    • Kirkman-Brown J, Pavitt S, Khalaf Y et al. (2019), Sperm selection for assisted reproduction by prior hyaluronan binding: the HABSelect RCT $nameOfConference


    • HOOPER RL, Miller D, Pavitt S et al. (2019), Physiological, hyaluronan-selected intracytoplasmic sperm injection for infertility treatment (HABSelect): a parallel, two-group, randomised trial $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Knowles C (2019), Improving the efficiency of individually randomized clinical trials by staggering the introduction of the intervention $nameOfConference


    • Martineau AR, Jolliffe DA, Greenberg L et al. (2019), Vitamin D supplementation to prevent acute respiratory infections: Individual participant data meta-analysis $nameOfConference


    • Bourke L, Stevenson R, Turner R et al. (2018), Exercise training as a novel primary treatment for localised prostate cancer: A multi-site randomised controlled phase II study $nameOfConference


    • Hemming K, Carroll K, Thompson J et al. (2019), Quality of stepped-wedge trial reporting can be reliably assessed using an updated CONSORT: crowd-sourcing systematic review $nameOfConference


    • Hemming K, Taljaard M, McKenzie JE et al. (2018), Reporting of stepped wedge cluster randomised trials: Extension of the CONSORT 2010 statement with explanation and elaboration $nameOfConference


    • Bakolis I, Hooper R, Bachert C et al. (2018), Dietary patterns and respiratory health in adults from nine European countries—Evidence from the GA2LEN study $nameOfConference


    • Townsend R, Khalil A, Premakumar Y et al. (publicationYear), Prediction of pre-eclampsia: Review of reviews $nameOfConference


    • Turner RD, Birring SS, Darmalingam M et al. (2018), Daily cough frequency in tuberculosis and association with household infection. $nameOfConference


    • McAlees E, Vollebregt PF, Stevens N et al. (2018), Efficacy and mechanism of sub-sensory sacral (optimised) neuromodulation in adults with faecal incontinence: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial $nameOfConference


    • Jolliffe DA, Greenberg L, Hooper RL (2018), Vitamin D supplementation to prevent asthma exacerbations: a systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data (vol 5, pg 881, 2017) $nameOfConference

    • Kahan BC, Morris TP, Harris E et al. (2018), Re-randomization increased recruitment and provided similar treatment estimates as parallel designs in trials of febrile neutropenia $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R (2018), Can everyone stop using the 'F' word? $nameOfConference


    • Khan K, Moore P, Wilsom MJ et al. (2018), Cell salvage during caesarean section: a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial (The SALVO Trial) $nameOfConference

    • Al Wattar HB, Dodds J, Hooper R et al. (2018), Effects of Mediterranean-style diet in pregnancies with metabolic risk factors (ESTEEM): A pragmatic multicentre randomized trial $nameOfConference

    • Khan K, Moore P, Wilson M et al. (2018), A Randomised Controlled Trial and Economic Evaluation of Intra-Operative Cell Salvage during Caesarean Section in Women at Risk of Haemorrhage: The SALVO Trial (cell SALVage in Obstetrics) $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Forbes A, Hemming K et al. (2018), Analysis of cluster randomised trials with an assessment of outcome at baseline $nameOfConference


    • KHAN K, Moore PAS, Wilson MJ et al. (2017), Cell salvage and donor blood transfusion during cesarean section: A pragmatic multicentre randomised controlled trial (SALVO) $nameOfConference


    • Jolliffe DA, Greenberg L, Hooper RL et al. (2017), Vitamin D supplementation to prevent asthma exacerbations: a systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data $nameOfConference


    • ALLOTEY JOE, Chan C, Hooper R et al. (2017), External validation, update and development of prediction models for pre-eclampsia using an Individual Participant Data (IPD) meta-analysis: the International Prediction of Pregnancy Complication Network (IPPIC Pre-eclampsia) protocol $nameOfConference


    • Waugh J, Hooper R, Lamb E et al. (2017), Spot protein-creatinine ratio and spot albumin-creatinine ratio in the assessment of pre-eclampsia: A diagnostic accuracy study with decision-analytic model-based economic evaluation and acceptability analysis $nameOfConference


    • KNOWLES CH (2017), Surgery for constipation: systematic review and practice recommendations: Results V: Sacral Nerve Stimulation. $nameOfConference


    • Knowles CH, Grossi U, Horrocks EJ et al. (2017), Surgery for constipation: systematic review and clinical guidance: Paper 1: Introduction & Methods. $nameOfConference


    • Knowles CH, Grossi U, Horrocks EJ et al. (2017), Surgery for constipation: systematic review and practice recommendations: Graded practice and future research recommendations. $nameOfConference


    • Knowles CH, Grossi U, Chapman M et al. (2017), Surgery for constipation: systematic review and practice recommendations: Results I: Colonic resection $nameOfConference


    • Grossi U, Knowles CH, Mason J et al. (2017), Surgery for constipation: systematic review and practice recommendations: Results II: Hitching procedures for the rectum (rectal suspension) $nameOfConference


    • Mercer-Jones M, Grossi U, Pares D et al. (2017), Surgery for constipation: systematic review and practice recommendations: Results III: Rectal wall excisional procedures (Rectal Excision). $nameOfConference


    • Grossi U, Horrocks EJ, Mason J et al. (2017), Surgery for constipation: systematic review and practice recommendations: Results IV: Recto-vaginal reinforcement procedures $nameOfConference


    • Bell L, Hooper R, Bunce C et al. (2017), Positioning In Macular hole Surgery (PIMS): statistical analysis plan for a randomised controlled trial $nameOfConference


    • Nandi A, Bhide P, Hooper R et al. (2017), Intrauterine insemination with gonadotropin stimulation or in vitro fertilization for the treatment of unexplained subfertility: a randomized controlled trial $nameOfConference


    • Al Wattar BH, Dodds J, Placzek A et al. (2017), Mediterranean diet based intervention in pregnancy to improve maternal and fetal outcomes: Methodological challenges and lessons learned from the multicentre ESTEEM study $nameOfConference


    • Forbes A, Hooper R (2017), A simple relationship between power and expected confidence interval width Society for Clinical Trials and MRC International Clinical Trials Methodology Joint Conference 2017

    • Di Tanna GL, Berdunov V, Hooper R (2017), Economic evaluation alongside stepped wedge trials: a systematic review and a proposal of analysis Society for Clinical Trials and MRC International Clinical Trials Methodology Joint Conference 2017

    • Forbes A, Hughes JP, Kasza J et al. (2017), Sample size calculations for cluster randomised trials: reconciling variance components in generalised linear mixed models with marginal intracluster correlations Society for Clinical Trials and MRC International Clinical Trials Methodology Joint Conference 2017

    • Wilson D, Hooper R, Walwyn R et al. (2017), Sample size calculations using bayesian optimisation Society for Clinical Trials and MRC International Clinical Trials Methodology Joint Conference 2017

    • Beresford L, Hooper R, Khan KS et al. (2017), The SALVO study: a retrospective take on an interim analysis of futility in a randomised trial Society for Clinical Trials and MRC International Clinical Trials Methodology Joint Conference 2017

    • Bell L, Lanz D, Hooper R (2017), When is the best time to internally assess recruitment in a cluster randomised controlled trial? Society for Clinical Trials and MRC International Clinical Trials Methodology Joint Conference 2017

    • MARTINEAU AR, JOLLIFFE DA, HOOPER RL et al. (2017), Vitamin D supplementation to prevent acute respiratory tract infections: systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data $nameOfConference


    • Jolliffe DA, James WY, Hooper RL et al. (2017), Prevalence, determinants and clinical correlates of vitamin D deficiency in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in London, UK. $nameOfConference


    • Khan K, Moore P, Wilson MJ et al. (2017), Cell Salvage during Caesarean Section: A Randomised Controlled Trial (The SALVO Trial) $nameOfConference


    • Khan K, Moore P, Wilson MJ et al. (2017), LB01: Cell Salvage during Caesarean Section: A Randomised Controlled Trial (The SALVO Trial) $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Teerenstra S, de Hoop E et al. (2016), Sample size calculation for stepped wedge and other longitudinal cluster randomised trials $nameOfConference


    • Martineau A, Jolliffe D, Hooper R et al. (2016), S102 Vitamin d supplementation to prevent acute respiratory infections: systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data $nameOfConference


    • Jolliffe DA, Kilpin K, MacLaughlin BD et al. (2016), Prevalence, determinants and clinical correlates of vitamin D deficiency in adults with inhaled corticosteroid-treated asthma in London, UK. $nameOfConference


    • Al Wattar B, DODDS JP, Placzek A et al. (2016), Effect of simple, targeted diet in pregnant women with metabolic risk factors on maternal and fetal outcomes (ESTEEM): study protocol for a pragmatic multicentre randomised trial $nameOfConference


    • Witt KD, Beresford L, Bhattacharya S et al. (2016), Hyaluronic Acid Binding Sperm Selection for assisted reproduction treatment (HABSelect): Study protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial $nameOfConference


    • Kahan BC, Forbes G, Ali Y et al. (2016), Increased risk of type I errors in cluster randomised trials with small or medium numbers of clusters: a review, reanalysis, and simulation study. $nameOfConference


    • Martineau AR, Jolliffe DA, Hooper RL et al. (2016), Protective effects of vitamin D supplementation against acute respiratory infection are greatest in those with the lowest baseline vitamin D status 1.13 Clinical Problems - Other


    • Stevens N, Knowles C (2016), Risk based survey evidence supports electronic informed consent as a recruitment method for UK clinical trials $nameOfConference


    • (2016), Proceedings of the First International Conference on Stepped Wedge Trial Design : York, UK, 10 March 2016. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Teerenstra S, de Hoop E et al. (2016), Sample size calculation for longitudinal cluster randomised trials: a unified framework for closed cohort and repeated cross-section designs $nameOfConference

    • Nandi A, Gudi A, Shah A et al. (2016), Controlled ovarian Hyperstimulation (COH) and intrauterine insemination (IUI) vs. In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) for the first line treatment of unexplained subfertility - a randomised controlled trial $nameOfConference

    • Bourke L, Smith D, Steed L et al. (2016), Exercise for men with prostate cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis $nameOfConference


    • Bourke L, Smith D, Steed L et al. (2015), Exercise interventions for men with prostate cancer $nameOfConference


    • Pasu S, Bunce C, Hooper R et al. (2015), PIMS (Positioning In Macular hole Surgery) trial - a multicentre interventional comparative randomised controlled clinical trial comparing face-down positioning, with an inactive face-forward position on the outcome of surgery for large macular holes: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial $nameOfConference


    • Martineau AR, Hanifa Y, Witt KD et al. (2015), Double-blind randomised controlled trial of vitamin D3 supplementation for the prevention of acute respiratory infection in older adults and their carers (ViDiFlu) $nameOfConference


    • Martineau AR, Hooper RL (2015), Vitamin D supplementation in patients with COPD: Twitter discussions on behalf of the University of Toronto Respirology and Sleep Journal Club - Authors' Reply $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Bourke L (2015), Cluster randomised trials with repeated cross sections: Alternatives to parallel group designs $nameOfConference


    • Balabanova Y, Nikolayevskyy V, Ignatyeva O et al. (2015), Beijing clades of Mycobacterium tuberculosis are associated with differential survival in HIV-negative Russian patients $nameOfConference


    • Martineau AR, MacLaughlin BD, Hooper RL et al. (2015), Double-blind randomised placebo-controlled trial of bolus-dose vitamin D3 supplementation in adults with asthma (ViDiAs) $nameOfConference


    • Martineau AR, James WY, Hooper RL et al. (2015), Vitamin D3 supplementation in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (ViDiCO): A multicentre, double-blind, randomised controlled trial $nameOfConference


    • Pardieu C, Casali N, Clark SO et al. (2015), Correlates between Models of Virulence for Mycobacterium tuberculosis among Isolates of the Central Asian Lineage: a Case for Lysozyme Resistance Testing? $nameOfConference


    • Gnatiuc L, Buist AS, Kato B et al. (2015), Gaps In using bronchodilators, inhaled corticosteroids and influenza vaccine among 23 high- and low-income sites $nameOfConference


    • Martineau A, James W, Hooper R et al. (2014), S104 Double-blind Multi-centre Randomised Controlled Trial Of Vitamin D3 Supplementation In Copd (vidico) $nameOfConference


    • Martineau A, MacLaughlin B, Hooper R et al. (2014), S95 Double-blind Multi-centre Randomised Controlled Trial Of Vitamin D3 Supplementation In Adults With Inhaled Corticosteroid-treated Asthma (vidias) $nameOfConference


    • Bourke L, Smith D, Steed L et al. (2014), Exercise interventions for men with prostate cancer $nameOfConference


    • Bakolis I, Burney P, Hooper R (2014), Principal components analysis of diet and alternatives for identifying the combination of foods that are associated with the risk of disease: a simulation study. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Bourke L (2014), The dog-leg: an alternative to a cross-over design for pragmatic clinical trials in relatively stable populations. $nameOfConference


    • Bourke L, Gilbert S, Hooper R et al. (2014), Lifestyle changes for improving disease-specific quality of life in sedentary men on long-term androgen-deprivation therapy for advanced prostate cancer: a randomised controlled trial. $nameOfConference


    • Burney P, Hooper R (2014), Lung function, genetics and ethnicity. $nameOfConference


    • Dhariwal SK, Khan KS, Allard S et al. (2014), Does current evidence support the use of intraoperative cell salvage in reducing the need for blood transfusion in caesarean section? $nameOfConference


    • Martineau AR, Hanifa Y, Hooper RL et al. (2013), INCREASED RISK OF UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION WITH ADDITION OF INTERMITTENT BOLUS-DOSE VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION TO A DAILY LOW-DOSE REGIMEN $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R (2013), Simulation as a practical and versatile tool for sample size calculation $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Bourke L (2013), The dog-leg design that can give clinical trials more power to their elbow $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Froud RJ, Bremner SA et al. (2013), Cascade diagrams for depicting complex interventions in randomised trials. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Díaz-Ordaz K, Takeda A et al. (2013), Comparing diagnostic tests: trials in people with discordant test results. $nameOfConference


    • Burney P, Hooper R (2013), Ethnicity and ventilatory function: a response to Professor Quanjer. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Burney P (2013), Cross-sectional relation of ethnicity to ventilatory function in a West London population. $nameOfConference


    • Goldring ST, Griffiths CJ, Martineau AR et al. (2013), Prenatal vitamin d supplementation and child respiratory health: a randomised controlled trial. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R (2013), Versatile sample-size calculation using simulation $nameOfConference


    • Sohanpal R, Hooper R, Hames R et al. (2012), Reporting participation rates in studies of non-pharmacological interventions for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a systematic review. $nameOfConference


    • Sohanpal R, Hooper RL, Hames R et al. (2012), ESTIMATING PARTICIPATION RATES OF COPD PATIENTS IN PULMONARY REHABILITATION AND SELF-MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES: THE IMPORTANCE OF DEFINING PARTICIPATION $nameOfConference


    • BOURKE L, Kirkbride P, Hooper R et al. (2013), Endocrine therapy in prostate cancer: time for reappraisal of risks, benefits and cost-effectiveness? $nameOfConference


    • Burney P, Hooper R (2012), Authors' Response to: Ethnically specific norms for ventilatory function. $nameOfConference


    • Arcangeli T, Thilaganathan B, Hooper R et al. (2012), Neurodevelopmental delay in small babies at term: a systematic review. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Burney P, Vollmer WM et al. (2012), Risk factors for COPD spirometrically defined from the lower limit of normal in the BOLD project. $nameOfConference


    • Burney PGJ, Hooper RL (2012), The use of ethnically specific norms for ventilatory function in African-American and white populations. $nameOfConference


    • Balabanova Y, Radiulyte B, Davidaviciene E et al. (2012), Risk factors for drug-resistant tuberculosis patients in Lithuania, 2002-2008. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Díaz-Ordaz K, Takeda A et al. (2011), Comparing diagnostic tests and biomarkers: trials in people with discordant test results. $nameOfConference


    • Balabanova Y, Radiulyte B, Davidaviciene E et al. (2011), Survival of drug resistant tuberculosis patients in Lithuania: retrospective national cohort study. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R (2011), P-values are misunderstood, but do not confound. $nameOfConference


    • Bakolis I, Hooper R, Burney P et al. (2011), PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS ANALYSIS OF DIET IS NOT GOOD AT IDENTIFYING FOODS THAT ARE CAUSALLY LINKED TO DISEASE: A SIMULATION STUDY $nameOfConference


    • Garcia-Larsen V, Luczynska M, Kowalski ML et al. (2011), Use of a common food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) to assess dietary patterns and their relation to allergy and asthma in Europe: pilot study of the GA2LEN FFQ. $nameOfConference


    • Burney PGJ, Hooper R (2011), Forced vital capacity, airway obstruction and survival in a general population sample from the USA. $nameOfConference


    • Bousquet P-J, Castelli C, Daures J-P et al. (2010), Assessment of allergen sensitization in a general population-based survey (European Community Respiratory Health Survey I). $nameOfConference


    • Burney P, Summers C, Chinn S et al. (2010), Prevalence and distribution of sensitization to foods in the European Community Respiratory Health Survey: a EuroPrevall analysis. $nameOfConference


    • Larsen GV, Luczynska M, Kowalski M et al. (2010), Use of a common food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) to assess dietary patterns and their relation to allergy and asthma in Europe: pilot study of the GA2LEN FFQ $nameOfConference

    • Bakolis I, Hooper R, Thompson RL et al. (2010), Dietary patterns and adult asthma: population-based case-control study. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Heinrich J, Omenaas E et al. (2010), Dietary patterns and risk of asthma: results from three countries in European Community Respiratory Health Survey-II. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Tumilty MK, Potts JF et al. (2009), EXPLAINING ETHNIC GROUP DIFFERENCES IN LUNG FUNCTION: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R (2009), The Bayesian interpretation of a P-value depends only weakly on statistical power in realistic situations. $nameOfConference


    • Rona RJ, Hooper R, Jones M et al. (2009), The contribution of prior psychological symptoms and combat exposure to post Iraq deployment mental health in the UK military. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Rona RJ, Jones M et al. (2008), Cigarette and alcohol use in the UK Armed Forces, and their association with combat exposures: a prospective study. $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Calvert J, Thompson RL et al. (2008), Urban/rural differences in diet and atopy in South Africa. $nameOfConference


    • Cox K, Britten N, Hooper R et al. (2007), Patients' involvement in decisions about medicines: GPs' perceptions of their preferences. $nameOfConference

    • Bousquet P-J, Hooper R, Kogevinas M et al. (2007), Number of allergens to be tested to assess allergenic sensitization in epidemiologic studies: results of the European Community Respiratory Health Survey I. $nameOfConference


    • Rona RJ, Hooper R, Jones M et al. (2006), Mental health screening in armed forces before the Iraq war and prevention of subsequent psychological morbidity: follow-up study. $nameOfConference


    • Rona RJ, Hooper R, French C et al. (2006), The meaning of self-perception of health in the UK armed forces. $nameOfConference


    • Morgan M, Hooper R, Mayblin M et al. (2006), Attitudes to kidney donation and registering as a donor among ethnic groups in the UK. $nameOfConference


    • Murphy D, Hooper R, French C et al. (2006), Is the increased reporting of symptomatic ill health in Gulf War veterans related to how one asks the question? $nameOfConference


    • Jones M, Rona RJ, Hooper R et al. (2006), The burden of psychological symptoms in UK Armed Forces $nameOfConference


    • Jones M, Rona RJ, Hooper R et al. (2006), The burden of psychological symptoms in UK Armed Forces. $nameOfConference


    • Dormandy E, Michie S, Hooper R et al. (2006), Informed choice in antenatal Down syndrome screening: a cluster-randomised trial of combined versus separate visit testing. $nameOfConference


    • Rona RJ, Hooper R, Greenberg N et al. (2006), Medical downgrading, self-perception of health, and psychological symptoms in the British Armed Forces. $nameOfConference


    • Eniola OA, Bewley S, Waterstone M et al. (2006), Obstetric hysterectomy in a population of South East England. $nameOfConference


    • Morgan M, Hooper R, Mayblin M et al. (2006), Attitudes to kidney donation and registering as a donor among ethnic groups in the UK $nameOfConference


    • Dormandy E, Michie S, Hooper R et al. (2005), Low uptake of prenatal screening for Down syndrome in minority ethnic groups and socially deprived groups: a reflection of women's attitudes or a failure to facilitate informed choices? $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R, Rona RJ, French C et al. (2005), Unmet expectations in primary care and the agreement between doctor and patient: a questionnaire study. $nameOfConference


    • Green D, Bishop T, Wilson BN et al. (2005), Is questionnaire-based screening part of the solution to waiting lists for children with developmental coordination disorder? $nameOfConference


    • Rennie JM, Chorley G, Boylan GB et al. (2004), Non-expert use of the cerebral function monitor for neonatal seizure detection. $nameOfConference


    • Rona RJ, Jones M, French C et al. (2004), Screening for physical and psychological illness in the British Armed Forces: I: The acceptability of the programme. $nameOfConference


    • Rona RJ, Hooper R, Jones M et al. (2004), Screening for physical and psychological illness in the British Armed Forces: III: The value of a questionnaire to assist a Medical Officer to decide who needs help. $nameOfConference


    • Partridge M, Brakenhoff R, Phillips E et al. (2003), Detection of rare disseminated tumor cells identifies head and neck cancer patients at risk of treatment failure. $nameOfConference

    • Close JCT, Hooper R, Glucksman E et al. (2003), Predictors of falls in a high risk population: results from the prevention of falls in the elderly trial (PROFET). $nameOfConference


    • Burt J, Hooper R, Jessopp L (2003), The relationship between use of NHS Direct and deprivation in southeast London: an ecological analysis. $nameOfConference


    • Dale J, Higgins J, Williams S et al. (2003), Computer assisted assessment and advice for "non-serious" 999 ambulance service callers: the potential impact on ambulance despatch. $nameOfConference


    • Waterstone M, Wolfe C, Hooper R et al. (2003), Postnatal morbidity after childbirth and severe obstetric morbidity $nameOfConference


    • Waterstone M, Wolfe C, Hooper R et al. (2003), Postnatal morbidity after childbirth and severe obstetric morbidity. $nameOfConference


    • Oborne CA, Hooper R, Swift CG et al. (2003), Explicit, evidence-based criteria to assess the quality of prescribing to elderly nursing home residents. $nameOfConference


    • Oborne CA, Hooper R, Li KC et al. (2002), An indicator of appropriate neuroleptic prescribing in nursing homes. $nameOfConference


    • Dormandy E, Hooper R, Michie S et al. (2002), Informed choice to undergo prenatal screening: a comparison of two hospitals conducting testing either as part of a routine visit or requiring a separate visit. $nameOfConference


    • Rowlands S, Hooper R, Hughes R et al. (2002), The epidemiology and treatment of Bell's palsy in the UK. $nameOfConference


    • Batty GM, Hooper R, Oborne CA et al. (2001), Investigating intervention strategies to increase the appropriate use of benzodiazepines in elderly medical in-patients $nameOfConference


    • Hextall A, Bidmead J, Cardozo L et al. (2001), The impact of the menstrual cycle on urinary symptoms and the results of urodynamic investigation. $nameOfConference


    • Batty G, Oborne CA, Hooper R et al. (2001), Investigation of intervention strategies to increase the appropriate use of antithrombotics in elderly hospital inpatients with atrial fibrillation $nameOfConference

    • V K, Dimitriou GG, Hooper R (2001), Fluid Restriction in Ventilated Very Low Birth Weight Infants $nameOfConference


    • Hextall A, Hooper R, Cardozo L et al. (2001), Does the menopause influence the risk of bacteriuria? $nameOfConference


    • Kavvadia V, Greenough A, Dimitriou G et al. (2000), Randomised trial of fluid restriction in ventilated very low birthweight infants. $nameOfConference


    • Close J, Hooper R, Glucksman E et al. (2000), Predictors of falls in a high rise population - Results from the prevention of falls in the elderly trial (PROFET) $nameOfConference

    • Aslam N, Banerjee S, Carr JV et al. (2000), Prospective evaluation of logistic regression models for the diagnosis of ovarian cancer. $nameOfConference


    • Shipman C, Payne F, Hooper R et al. (2000), Patient satisfaction with out-of-hours services; how do GP co-operatives compare with deputizing and practice-based arrangements? $nameOfConference


    • Hooper R (2000), Epidemic Modelling: An Introduction $nameOfConference


    • Bhattacharya KF, Hooper R, Malik M et al. (2000), Selegiline-induced cardiovascular dysautonomia in idiopathic Parkinson's disease $nameOfConference

    • Chana H, Kelleher M, Briggs P et al. (2000), Clinical evaluation of resin-bonded gold alloy veneers. $nameOfConference


    • Foster JH, Marshall EJ, Hooper RL et al. (2000), Measurement of quality of life in alcohol-dependent subjects by a cancer symptoms checklist. $nameOfConference


    • Manczur T, Greenough A, Hooper R et al. (1999), Tidal breathing parameters in young children: Comparison of measurement by respiratory inductance plethysmography to a facemask pneumotachograph system $nameOfConference


    • Manczur T, Greenough A, Hooper R et al. (1999), Tidal breathing parameters in young children: comparison of measurement by respiratory inductance plethysmography to a facemask pneumotachograph system. $nameOfConference


    • Kavvadia V, Greenough A, Dimitriou G et al. (1999), Comparison of the effect of two fluid input regimens on perinatal lung function in ventilated infants of very low birthweight. $nameOfConference


    • Kinali M, Greenough A, Dimitriou G et al. (1999), Chronic respiratory morbidity following premature delivery--prediction by prolonged respiratory support requirement? $nameOfConference


    • Close J, Ellis M, Hooper R et al. (1999), Prevention of falls in the elderly trial (PROFET): a randomised controlled trial. $nameOfConference


    • Foster JH, Marshall EJ, Hooper R et al. (1998), Quality of life measures in alcohol dependent subjects and changes with abstinence and continued heavy drinking $nameOfConference


    • Kavvadia V, Greenough A, Dimitriou G et al. (1998), Influence of ethnic origin on respiratory distress syndrome in very premature infants. $nameOfConference


    • Crayford T, Hooper R, Evans S (1997), Death rates of characters in soap operas on British television: is a government health warning required? $nameOfConference


    • Murray L, Hipwell A, Hooper R et al. (1996), The cognitive development of 5-year-old children of postnatally depressed mothers. $nameOfConference


    • Murray L, Fiori-Cowley A, Hooper R et al. (1996), The impact of postnatal depression and associated adversity on early mother-infant interactions and later infant outcome. $nameOfConference


    • Cooper PJ, Murray L, Hooper R et al. (1996), The development and validation of a predictive index for postpartum depression. $nameOfConference


    • Murray L, Stanley C, Hooper R et al. (1996), The role of infant factors in postnatal depression and mother-infant interactions. $nameOfConference


    • Murray L, Kempton C, Woolgar M et al. (1993), Depressed mothers' speech to their infants and its relation to infant gender and cognitive development. $nameOfConference


Supervision

  • Nadine Marlin (NIHR Doctoral Fellowship): Statistical methods for modelling complex associations in meta-analysis

  • Mary Venn (CovidSurg Collaborative): Studies of harm from surgery
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