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  • 1.   Factors in the rising prevalence of multiple sclerosis in the north-east of Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine the epidemiology of multiple sclerosis the North-East of Northern Ireland using multiple sources of case ascertainment, and the Poser criteria for definite or probable or the McDonald criteria

    Mult Scler, Vol: 14 Page: 880-6 August 2008
    O. M. Gray; G. V. McDonnell; S. A. Hawkins

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  • 2.   How reliable are SIDS rates?

    The aim of this study was to examine how varying criteria for a diagnosis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome significantly alters the SIDS rate in Ireland

    Arch Dis Child, Vol: 90 Page: 1082-3 October 2005
    K. M. Sheehan; C. McGarvey; D. M. Devaney; T. Matthews

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  • 3.   Unlinked vital events in census-based longitudinal studies can bias subsequent analysis

    The aim of this study was to examine the potential biases arising from the nonlinkage of census records and vital events in longitudinal studies

    J Clin Epidemiol, Vol: 61 Page: 380-5 April 2008
    D. O'Reilly; M. Rosato; S. Connolly

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  • 4.   Urban and rural variations in morbidity and mortality in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to look at morbidity levels of the population of Northern Ireland at the time of the 2001 census, and subsequent mortality over the following four years

    BMC Public Health, Vol: 7 Page: 123 2007
    G. O'Reilly; D. O'Reilly; M. Rosato; S. Connolly

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