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2016
Fecht D., Fortunato L., Morley D., Hansell A.L, Gulliver J..  2016.  Associations between urban metrics and mortality rates in England. Environ HealthEnvironmental Health: A Global Access Science Source. 15 Suppl 1:34.
Halonen J.I, Blangiardo M., Toledano M.B, Fecht D., Gulliver J., Anderson H.R, Beevers S.D, Dajnak D., Kelly F.J, Tonne C..  2016.  Long-term exposure to traffic pollution and hospital admissions in London. Environ PollutEnvironmental Pollution. 208:48-57.
Halonen J.I, Blangiardo M., Toledano M.B, Fecht D., Gulliver J., Ghosh R., Anderson H.R, Beevers S.D, Dajnak D., Kelly F.J et al..  2016.  Is long-term exposure to traffic pollution associated with mortality? A small-area study in London Environ PollutEnvironmental Pollution. 208:25-32.
Bakolis I., Kelly R., Fecht D., Best N., Millett C., Garwood K., Elliott P., Hansell A.L, Hodgson S..  2016.  Protective Effects of Smoke-free Legislation on Birth Outcomes in England A Regression Discontinuity Design. EPIDEMIOLOGYEpidemiology. 27:810-818.
Douglas P., Bakolis I., Fecht D., Pearson C., M. Sanchez L, Kinnersley R., de Hoogh K., Hansell A.L.  2016.  Respiratory hospital admission risk near large composting facilities. Int J Hyg Environ HealthInternational Journal of Hygiene and Environmental HealthInternational Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health.
Fecht D., Hansell A.L, Morley D., Dajnak D., Vienneau D., Beevers S., Toledano M.B, Kelly F.J, Anderson H.R, Gulliver J..  2016.  Spatial and temporal associations of road traffic noise and air pollution in London: Implications for epidemiological studies. Environ IntEnvironment InternationalEnvironment International. 88:235-42.
2012
Asaria P., Fortunato L., Fecht D., Tzoulaki I., Abellan J.J, Hambly P., de Hoogh K., Ezzati M., Elliott P..  2012.  Trends and inequalities in cardiovascular disease mortality across 7932 English electoral wards, 1982-2006: Bayesian spatial analysis. Int J EpidemiolInternational Journal of EpidemiologyInternational Journal of Epidemiology. 41:1737-49;discussion1750-2.