Steven Cummins
Steven Cummins
Professor of Population Health, Head of Department & Director, PHI-Lab, LSHTM
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Place effects on health: how can we conceptualise, operationalise and measure them?
S Macintyre, A Ellaway, S Cummins
Social science & medicine 55 (1), 125-139, 2002
Interrupted time series regression for the evaluation of public health interventions: a tutorial
JL Bernal, S Cummins, A Gasparrini
International journal of epidemiology 46 (1), 348-355, 2017
Understanding and representing ‘place’in health research: a relational approach
S Cummins, S Curtis, AV Diez-Roux, S Macintyre
Social science & medicine 65 (9), 1825-1838, 2007
Peer reviewed: A systematic review of food deserts, 1966-2007
J Beaulac, E Kristjansson, S Cummins
Preventing chronic disease 6 (3), 2009
The need for a complex systems model of evidence for public health
H Rutter, N Savona, K Glonti, J Bibby, S Cummins, DT Finegood, ...
The lancet 390 (10112), 2602-2604, 2017
Food environments and obesity—neighbourhood or nation?
S Cummins, S Macintyre
International journal of epidemiology 35 (1), 100-104, 2006
“Food deserts”—evidence and assumption in health policy making
S Cummins, S Macintyre
Bmj 325 (7361), 436-438, 2002
Five insights from the global burden of disease study 2019
CJL Murray, C Abbafati, KM Abbas, M Abbasi, M Abbasi-Kangevari, ...
The Lancet 396 (10258), 1135-1159, 2020
New neighborhood grocery store increased awareness of food access but did not alter dietary habits or obesity
S Cummins, E Flint, SA Matthews
Health affairs 33 (2), 283-291, 2014
Crime, fear of crime, environment, and mental health and wellbeing: mapping review of theories and causal pathways
T Lorenc, S Clayton, D Neary, M Whitehead, M Petticrew, H Thomson, ...
Health & place 18 (4), 757-765, 2012
Gender differences in the associations between health and neighbourhood environment
M Stafford, S Cummins, S Macintyre, A Ellaway, M Marmot
Social science & medicine 60 (8), 1681-1692, 2005
Interrupted time series regression for the evaluation of public health interventions: a tutorial
J Lopez Bernal, S Cummins, A Gasparrini
Int J Epidemiol 46 (1), 348-355, 2017
The use of controls in interrupted time series studies of public health interventions
J Lopez Bernal, S Cummins, A Gasparrini
International journal of epidemiology 47 (6), 2082-2093, 2018
A systematic study of an urban foodscape: the price and availability of food in greater Glasgow
S Cummins, S Macintyre
Urban Studies 39 (11), 2115-2130, 2002
An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research
T Greenhalgh, E Annandale, R Ashcroft, J Barlow, N Black, A Bleakley, ...
Bmj 352, 2016
Natural experiments: an underused tool for public health?
M Petticrew, S Cummins, C Ferrell, A Findlay, C Higgins, C Hoy, A Kearns, ...
Public health 119 (9), 751-757, 2005
Conceptualization and measurement of environmental exposure in epidemiology: Accounting for activity space related to daily mobility
C Perchoux, B Chaix, S Cummins, Y Kestens
Health & Place 21, 86-93, 2013
Large scale food retailing as an intervention for diet and health: quasi-experimental evaluation of a natural experiment
S Cummins, M Petticrew, C Higgins, A Findlay, L Sparks
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 59 (12), 1035-1040, 2005
Neighbourhood environment and its association with self rated health: evidence from Scotland and England
S Cummins, M Stafford, S Macintyre, M Marmot, A Ellaway
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 59 (3), 207-213, 2005
McDonald’s restaurants and neighborhood deprivation in Scotland and England
SCJ Cummins, L McKay, S MacIntyre
American journal of preventive medicine 29 (4), 308-310, 2005
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