|Risk factors for child maltreatment in an Australian population-based birth cohort|
JC Doidge, DJ Higgins, P Delfabbro, L Segal
Child Abuse & Neglect 64, 47-60, 2017
|A guide to evaluating linkage quality for the analysis of linked data|
KL Harron, JC Doidge, HE Knight, RE Gilbert, H Goldstein, DA Cromwell, ...
International journal of epidemiology 46 (5), 1699-1710, 2017
|Attributable risk analysis reveals potential healthcare savings from increased consumption of dairy products|
JC Doidge, L Segal, E Gospodarevskaya
The Journal of nutrition 142 (9), 1772-1780, 2012
|Economic predictors of child maltreatment in an Australian population-based birth cohort|
JC Doidge, DJ Higgins, P Delfabbro, B Edwards, S Vassallo, ...
Children and youth services review 72, 14-25, 2017
|Most Australians do not meet recommendations for dairy consumption: findings of a new technique to analyse nutrition surveys|
JC Doidge, L Segal
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 36 (3), 236-240, 2012
|Responsiveness-informed multiple imputation and inverse probability-weighting in cohort studies with missing data that are non-monotone or not missing at random|
Statistical methods in medical research 27 (2), 352-363, 2018
|Demystifying probabilistic linkage: Common myths and misconceptions|
JC Doidge, K Harron
International journal of population data science 3 (1), 2018
|A Bayesian approach to understanding sex differences in tuberculosis disease burden|
KC Horton, T Sumner, RMGJ Houben, EL Corbett, RG White
American journal of epidemiology 187 (11), 2431-2438, 2018
|Reflections on modern methods: linkage error bias|
JC Doidge, KL Harron
International Journal of Epidemiology 48 (6), 2050-2060, 2019
|Adverse childhood experiences, non-response and loss to follow-up: Findings from a prospective birth cohort and recommendations for addressing missing data|
JC Doidge, B Edwards, DJ Higgins, L Segal
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 8 (4), 382-400, 2017
|Review of interim funded service: vertebroplasty and new review of kyphoplasty|
J Doidge, T Merlin, Z Liufu, D Tamblyn, L Jia, J Hiller
Commonwealth of Australia, 2011
|Determining the determinants: Is child abuse and neglect the underlying cause of the socio-economic gradient in health|
L Segal, J Doidge, J Amos
Determining the Future: A Fair Go and Health for All. Ballan, VIC: Connor …, 2011
|Health Data Linkage for UK Public Interest Research: Key Obstacles and Solutions|
MJ Mourby, J Doidge, KH Jones, S Aidinlis, H Smith, J Bell, R Gilbert, ...
International Journal of Population Data Science 4 (1), 2019
|New Australian Dietary Guidelines for consumption of dairy products: are they really evidence-based and does anyone meet them?|
JC Doidge, L Segal
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 37 (6), 593, 2013
|Lifetime risk of child protection system involvement in South Australia for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children, 1986–2017 using linked administrative data|
L Segal, H Nguyen, MM Mansor, E Gnanamanickam, JC Doidge, ...
Child abuse & neglect 97, 104145, 2019
|Renal replacement anticoagulant management: Protocol and analysis plan for an observational comparative effectiveness study of linked data sources|
DW Gould, J Doidge, M Zia Sadique, M Borthwick, FJ Caskey, L Forni, ...
Journal of the Intensive Care Society, 1751143720913417, 2020
|School absenteeism associated with child protection system involvement, maltreatment type, and time in out-of-home care|
JM Armfield, E Gnanamanickam, HT Nguyen, JC Doidge, DS Brown, ...
Child maltreatment, 1077559520907682, 2020
|Assessing data linkage quality in cohort studies|
K Harron, JC Doidge, H Goldstein
Annals of Human Biology 47 (2), 218-226, 2020
|Prevalence of Down’s Syndrome in England, 1998–2013: comparison of linked surveillance data and electronic health records|
JC Doidge, JK Morris, KL Harron, S Stevens, R Gilbert
International journal of population data science 5 (1), 2020
|Trends in Intensive Care for Patients with COVID-19 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland|
JC Doidge, PR Mouncey, K Thomas, DW Gould, P Ferrando-Vivas, ...