Simon Capewell
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Heart disease and stroke statistics—2014 update: a report from the American Heart Association
AS Go, D Mozaffarian, VL Roger, EJ Benjamin, JD Berry, MJ Blaha, S Dai, ...
circulation 129 (3), e28-e292, 2014
Explaining the decrease in US deaths from coronary disease, 1980–2000
ES Ford, UA Ajani, JB Croft, JA Critchley, DR Labarthe, TE Kottke, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 356 (23), 2388-2398, 2007
Mortality risk reduction associated with smoking cessation in patients with coronary heart disease: a systematic review
JA Critchley, S Capewell
Jama 290 (1), 86-97, 2003
More ‘malignant’than cancer? Five‐year survival following a first admission for heart failure
S Stewart, K MacIntyre, DJ Hole, S Capewell, JJV McMurray
European journal of heart failure 3 (3), 315-322, 2001
Explaining the decline in coronary heart disease mortality in England and Wales between 1981 and 2000
B Unal, JA Critchley, S Capewell
Circulation 109 (9), 1101-1107, 2004
Evidence of improving prognosis in heart failure: trends in case fatality in 66 547 patients hospitalized between 1986 and 1995
K MacIntyre, S Capewell, S Stewart, JWT Chalmers, J Boyd, A Finlayson, ...
Circulation 102 (10), 1126-1131, 2000
The current cost of heart failure to the National Health Service in the UK
S Stewart, A Jenkins, S Buchan, A McGuire, S Capewell, JJJV McMurray
European journal of heart failure 4 (3), 361-371, 2002
Long-term trends in first hospitalization for heart failure and subsequent survival between 1986 and 2003: a population study of 5.1 million people
PS Jhund, K MacIntyre, CR Simpson, JD Lewsey, S Stewart, A Redpath, ...
Circulation 119 (4), 515-523, 2009
Coronary heart disease mortality among young adults in the US from 1980 through 2002: concealed leveling of mortality rates
ES Ford, S Capewell
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 50 (22), 2128-2132, 2007
Smoking cessation for the secondary prevention of coronary heart disease
JA Critchley, S Capewell
Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 2003
The use of research evidence in public health decision making processes: systematic review
L Orton, F Lloyd-Williams, D Taylor-Robinson, M O'Flaherty, S Capewell
PloS one 6 (7), e21704, 2011
The health care burden of acute chest pain
S Goodacre, E Cross, J Arnold, K Angelini, S Capewell, J Nicholl
Heart 91 (2), 229-230, 2005
Coronary heart disease mortality declines in the United States from 1979 through 2011: evidence for stagnation in young adults, especially women
KA Wilmot, M O’Flaherty, S Capewell, ES Ford, V Vaccarino
Circulation 132 (11), 997-1002, 2015
Heart failure and the aging population: an increasing burden in the 21st century?
S Stewart, K MacIntyre, S Capewell, JJV McMurray
Heart 89 (1), 49-53, 2003
Return on investment of public health interventions: a systematic review
R Masters, E Anwar, B Collins, R Cookson, S Capewell
J Epidemiol Community Health 71 (8), 827-834, 2017
Proportion of the decline in cardiovascular mortality disease due to prevention versus treatment: public health versus clinical care
ES Ford, S Capewell
Annual review of public health 32 (1), 5-22, 2011
Explaining the increase in coronary heart disease mortality in Beijing between 1984 and 1999
J Critchley, J Liu, D Zhao, W Wei, S Capewell
Circulation 110 (10), 1236-1244, 2004
Contribution of modern cardiovascular treatment and risk factor changes to the decline in coronary heart disease mortality in Scotland between 1975 and 1994
S Capewell, CE Morrison, JJ McMurray
Heart 81 (4), 380-386, 1999
Are interventions to promote healthy eating equally effective for all? Systematic review of socioeconomic inequalities in impact
R McGill, E Anwar, L Orton, H Bromley, F Lloyd-Williams, M O’Flaherty, ...
BMC public health 15, 1-15, 2015
Modelling the decline in coronary heart disease deaths in England and Wales, 1981-2000: comparing contributions from primary prevention and secondary prevention
B Unal, JA Critchley, S Capewell
Bmj 331 (7517), 614, 2005
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