S M Gore
Affiliation: University of Cambridge
- Statistical considerations in infant nutrition trialsS M Gore
MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Lipids 34:185-97. 1999..We end with discussion of analysis and reporting standards, including the give-aways (or tell-tale signs) to be on the look out for. A Cochrane Collaboration for systematic review of randomized trials of infant nutrition is proposed...
- How many drug rehabilitation places are needed in prisons to reduce the risk of bloodborne virus infection?S M Gore
MRC Biostatistics Unit, Institute of Public Health, University Forvie Site, Cambridge
Commun Dis Public Health 2:193-5. 1999..The proportion of inmates with a history of injecting or of non-injecting drug use who want help to give up class A drugs requires further investigation in order to refine the needs formula...
- Prisoners' views about the drugs problem in prisons, and the new Prison Service drug strategyS M Gore
MRC Biostatistics Unit, Institute of Public Health, University Forvie Site
Commun Dis Public Health 2:196-7. 1999..The new Prison Service drug strategy has revised random MDT. It targets those who supply drugs, and supports those who want to stop using drugs, and accords with prisoners' views about the heroin problem in prisons...
- Suicide in prisons. Reflection of the communities served, or exacerbated risk?S M Gore
MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge
Br J Psychiatry 175:50-5. 1999..Surveys showing prisoners' high prevalence of injecting or opioid dependence have led to a new statistical approach to prison suicides...
- Mortality from overdose among injecting drug users recently released from prison: database linkage studyS R Seaman
Medical Research Council Biostatistics Unit, Institute of Public Health, Cambridge
BMJ 316:426-8. 1998..5 (1.7 to 11.7) for death from overdose. After temporal matching these risks became 1.8 (0.4 to 9.2). CONCLUSION: Prisons should evaluate interventions to reduce the risk of death from overdose after release...