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Publications 2005

Journal Papers

BARBER, C. M., CURRAN, A. D., BRADSHAW, L. M., MORICE, A. H., RAWBONE, R. & FISHWICK, D. 2005. Reproducibility and validity of a Yan-style portable citric acid cough challenge. Pulmonary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 18, 177-180.

BARRACLOUGH, R., BRADSHAW, L., BARBER, C., CURRAN, A. & FISHWICK, D. 2005a. Latent period for symptomatic sensitization in bakeries. Occupational Medicine-Oxford, 55, 580-580.

BARRACLOUGH, R. M., LEWIS, R., HENSON, M., WARBURTON, C. & FISHWICK, D. 2005b. Cross shift changes in FEV1 best predict work related respiratory symptoms in textile workers. Thorax, 60, II38-II38.

BELL, N. A., BRADLEY, C. S., BROUGHTON, R. A., COLES, S. J., HIBBS, D. E., HURSTHOUSE, M. B., RAY, A. K., SIMMONDS, D. J. & THORPE, S. C. 2005. Comparison of the structure property relationships in LB films of zwitterionic TCNQ adducts. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 15, 1437-1445.

BERTA, M., APPS, P. J. & PRANGNELL, P. B. 2005. Effect of processing route and second phase particles on grain refinement during equal-channel angular extrusion. Materials Science and Engineering a-Structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing, 410, 381-385.

BRANT, A., BERRIMAN, J., SHARP, C., WELCH, J., ZEKVELD, C., NIEUWENHUIJSEN, M., ELMS, J., NEWMAN-TAYLOR, A. & CULLINAN, P. 2005. The changing distribution of occupational asthma: a survey of supermarket bakery workers. European Respiratory Journal, 25, 303-308.

BREUER, D., QUINTANA, M., HOWE, A., DEMANGE, M., LUETZENKIRCHEN, C., SPRINGER, S., URIBE, B., ENSMINGER, A., HAUNSO, N., FRICKE, H-H., JANIS, B., LIDEN, G. 2005. Analytical methods for chemical agents - results of an EU project to assess procedures for measuring hazardous substances in work areas. Gerfahrstoffe-Reinhaltung der Luft, 65(10), 407-414. (in German)

BULL, P. J., BROOKE, R. K., COCKER, J., JONES, K. & WARREN, N. 2005. An occupational hygiene investigation of exposure to acrylamide and the role for urinary S-carboxyethyl-cysteine (CEC) as a biological marker. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 683-690.

BUTLER, O. T., COOK, J. M., HARRINGTON, C. F., HILL, S. J., RIEUWERTS, J. & MILES, D. L. 2005. Atomic spectrometry update. Environmental analysis. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 20, 130-157.

CHISHOLM, J. 2005. Comparison of quartz standards for X-ray diffraction analysis: HSE A9950 (Sikron F600) and NIST SRM 1878. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 351-358.

CLAYTON, M. & VAUGHAN, N. 2005. Fit for purpose? The role of fit testing in respiratory protection. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 545-548.

CREELY, K. S., TICKNER, J., SOUTAR, A. J., HUGHSON, G. W., PRYDE, D. E., WARREN, N. D., RAE, R., MONEY, C., PHILLIPS, A. & CHERRIE, J. W. 2005. Evaluation and further development of EASE model 2.0. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 135-145.

DAVIES, M. 2005. A review of the chemistry and dynamics of pyrotechnic whistles. Journal of Pyrotechics, 21, 1-12.

ELMS, J., FISHWICK, D., ROBINSON, E., BURGE, S., HUGGINS, V., BARBER, C., WILLIAMS, N. & CURRAN, A. 2005a. Specific IgE to colophony? Occupational Medicine-Oxford, 55, 234-237.

ELMS, J., O'HARA, R., PICKVANCE, S., FISHWICK, D., HAZELL, M., FRANK, T., HENSON, M., MARLOW, P., EVANS, G., BRADSHAW, L., HARVEY, P. & CURRAN, A. 2005b. The perceptions of occupational health in primary care. Occupational Medicine-Oxford, 55, 523-527.

ELMS, J., ROBINSON, E., RAHMAN, S. & GARROD, A. 2005d. Exposure to flour dust in UK bakeries: Current use of control measures. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 85-91.

*FISHWICK, D., ELMS, J. & CURRAN, A. D. 2005. Re: Preventing baker's asthma: an alternative strategy. Occupational Medicine-Oxford, 55, 72-72.

ELMS, J., POOLE, K. & MASON, H. 2005c. A screening questionnaire for HAVS? Occupational Medicine-Oxford, 55, 139-141.

FITCHETT, A. E., COLLINS, S. A., MASON, H., BARNARD, C. J. & CASSADAY, H. J. 2005. Urinary corticosterone measures: Effects of strain and social rank in BKW and CD-1 mice. Behavioural Processes, 70, 168-176.

FOSTER, R.D. 2005 XRF analysis of harmful metals collected onto filters as thin layers from workplace air: interlaboratory exercise. Adv. X-Ray Anal., 48, 296-308.

FRANKS, S. J. 2005. A mathematical model for the absorption and metabolism of formaldehyde vapour by humans. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 206, 309-320.

FRANKS, S. J., BYRNE, H. M., UNDERWOOD, J. C. E. & LEWIS, C. E. 2005. Biological inferences from a mathematical model of comedo ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 232, 523-543.

HANDLEY, R., CURTIS, A., MORTON, J., WARREN, N., EVANS, G.S. 2005.  Measuring low dose effects of chromium compounds upon human keratinocytes. Annual Congress of the British Society for Immunology. Immunology, 116(1), 57

HOWE, A.M., CARTER, G.J. 2005. Round-robin examination of the prEN ISO/DIS 15011-4 method for determination of fume emission rates from welding consumables. Welding and Cutting, 6(4), 334-340.

JOHNSON, P. D., RIMMER, D. A., GARROD, A. N. I., HELPS, J. E. & MAWDSLEY, C. 2005. Operator exposure when applying amenity herbicides by all-terrain vehicles and controlled droplet applicators. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 25-32.

KELSEY, A., IVINGS, M. J., HEMINGWAY, M. A., WALSH, P. T. & CONNOLLY, S. 2005. Sensitivity studies of offshore gas detector networks based on experimental simulations of high pressure gas releases. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 83, 262-269.

KENNY, L., BEAUMONT, G., GUDMUNDSSON, A., THORPE, A. & KOCH, W. 2005. Aspiration and sampling efficiencies of the TSP and louvered particulate matter inlets. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 7, 481-487.

LUNN, G. 2005. Characterisation of explosiblity. Charact. Bulk Solids, 181-205 CP

MASON, H., GALLAGHER, F. & SEN, D. 2005a. Window renovation and exposure to lead - an observational study. Occupational Medicine-Oxford, 55, 631-634.

MASON, H. & WILLIAMS, N. 2005. The decay of blood lead levels in workers suspended under the control of lead at work regulations. Occupational Medicine-Oxford, 55, 371-374.

MASON, H. J., BLAIR, S., SAMS, C., JONES, K., GARFITT, S. J., CUSCHIERI, M. J. & BAXTER, P. J. 2005b. Exposure to antineoplastic drugs in two UK hospital pharmacy units. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 603-610.

MASON, H. J., POOLE, K. & ELMS, J. 2005c. Upper limb disability in HAVS cases - how does it relate to the neurosensory or vascular elements of HAVS? Occupational Medicine-Oxford, 55, 389-392.

MCNEILLY, J. D., JIMENEZ, L. A., CLAY, M. F., MACNEE, W., HOWE, A., HEAL, M. R., BEVERLAND, I. J. & DONALDSON, K. 2005. Soluble transition metals in welding fumes cause inflammation via activation of NF-kappa B and AP-1. Toxicology Letters, 158, 152-157.

MELDRUM, M., RAWBONE, R., CURRAN, A. D. & FISHWICK, D. 2005. The role of occupation in the development of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 62, 212-214.

*NAYLOR, S., ELMS, J., CURRAN, A. D., BRADSHAW, L. M., HENSON, M., RAWBONE, R., FISHWICK, D. & BRIT THORACIC SOC RES, C. 2005a. Secondary care diagnosis of occupational lung disease: Are we doing enough? Thorax, 60, II74-II74.

NAYLOR, S., ELMS, J., CURRAN, A. D., BRADSHAW, L. M., HENSON, M., RAWBONE, R., FISHWICK, D. & BRIT THORACIC SOC RES, C. 2005b. Variation in diagnostic methods for occupational asthma. A national study. Thorax, 60, II72-II72.

POOLE, K., MASON, H. Disability in the upper extremity and quality of life in hand-arm vibration syndrome. Disability and Rehabilitation, 2005, 27, 1373-1380

RAMWELL, C. T., JOHNSON, P. D., BOXALL, A. B. A. & RIMMER, D. A. 2005. Pesticide residues on the external surfaces of field crop sprayers: Occupational exposure. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 345-350.

ROELOFS, W., CROCKER, D. R., SHORE, R. F., MOORE, D. R. J., SMITH, G. C., AKCAKAYA, H. R., BENNETT, R. S., CHAPMAN, P. F., CLOOK, M., CRANE, M., DEWHURST, I. C., EDWARDS, P. J., FAIRBROTHER, A., FERSON, S., FISCHER, D., HART, A. D. M., HOLMES, M., HOOPER, M. J., LAVINE, M., LEOPOLD, A., LUTTIK, R., MINEAU, P., MORTENSON, S. R., NOBLE, D. G., O'CONNOR, R. J., SIBLY, R. M., SPENDIFF, M., SPRINGER, T. A., THOMPSON, H. M. & TOPPING, C. 2005. Case study part 2: Probabitistic modelling of long-term effects of pesticides on individual breeding success in birds and mammals. Ecotoxicology, 14, 895-923.

ROSEN, G., ANDERSSON, I. M., WALSH, P. T., CLARK, R. D. R., SAAMANEN, A., HEINONEN, K., RIIPINEN, H. & PAAKKONEN, R. 2005. A review of video exposure monitoring as an occupational hygiene tool. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 201-217.

ROWBOTHAM, A. L., SPENDIFF, M. & LOIZOU, G. 2005. Incorporating variability in physiological parameters in a physiologically-based pharmacokinetic model for workers to investigate acute central nervous system toxicity. Toxicology, 213, 230-231.

RUSHTON, A.G., GLOSSOP, M. Study of the ratio of injuries to deaths for single incidents in the process industries. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 2005 83, 338-342

SIMPSON, A. T. 2005. Comparison of sampling positions when measuring personal exposure to solder fume. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 439-442.

SHORE, R. F., CROCKER, D. R., AKCAKAYA, H. R., BENNETT, R. S., CHAPMAN, P. F., CLOOK, M., CRANE, M., DEWHURST, I. C., EDWARDS, P. J., FAIRBROTHER, A., FERSON, S., FISCHER, D., HART, A. D. M., HOLMES, M., HOOPER, M. J., LAVINE, M., LEOPOLD, A., LUTTIK, R., MINEAU, P., MOORE, D. R. J., MORTENSON, S. R., NOBLE, D. G., O'CONNOR, R. J., ROELOFS, W., SIBLY, R. M., SMITH, G. C., SPENDIFF, M., SPRINGER, T. A., THOMPSON, H. M. & TOPPING, C. 2005. Case study part 1: How to calculate appropriate deterministic long-term toxicity to exposure ratios (TERs) for birds and mammals. Ecotoxicology, 14, 877-893.

SNEE, T. J. & CUSCO, L. 2005. Pilot-scale evaluation of the inhibition of exothermic runaway. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 83, 135-144.

STACEY, P. The performance of different analytical approaches measuring respirable quartz in the workplace analysis scheme for proficiency (WASP) and the precision and limit of detection of the direct on-air-filter analysis methods. Journal of ASTM International, 2005, 2, 437-449

TICKNER, J., FRIAR, J., CREELY, K. S., CHERRIE, J. W., PRYDE, D. E. & KINGSTON, J. 2005. The development of the EASE model. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 103-110.

THOMAS, D. R., CHALMERS, R. M., CROOK, B., STAGG, S., THOMAS, H. V., LEWIS, G., SALMON, R. L., CAUL, E. O., MORGAN, K. L., COLEMAN, T. J., MORGAN-CAPNER, P., SILLIST, M., KENCH, S. M., MEADOWS, D. & SOFTLEY, P. 2005. Borna disease virus and mental health: a cross-sectional study. Qjm-an International Journal of Medicine, 98, 247-254.

VAUGHAN, N. & RAJAN-SITHAMPARANADARAJAH, B. 2005. Meaningful workplace protection factor measurement: Experimental protocols and data treatment. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 49, 549-561.

WARBURTON, K. E., CLENCH, M. R., FORD, M. J., WHITE, J., RIMMER, D. A. & CAROLAN, V. A. 2005. Characterisation of derivatised monomeric and prepolymeric isocyanates by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation time-of-flight mass spectrometry and structural elucidation by tandem mass spectrometry. European Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 11, 565-574.

WEYMAN, A., O'HARA, R. & JACKSON, A. 2005. Investigation into issues of passenger egress in Ladbroke Grove rail disaster. Applied Ergonomics, 36, 739-748.

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