Publications 2008

Papers in peer review journals

  1. Specific Language Difficulties and School Achievement in Children Born at 25 Weeks of Gestation or Less. Wolke D, Samara M, Bracewell M, Marlow N. Journal of Pediatrics, February 2008 Vol 152(2):256-262.
  2. Pervasive behavior problems at six years of age in a whole population sample of children born at 25 weeks of gestation or less. Samara M, Marlow N, Wolke D. Pediatrics Sept 2008, vol 122(3), 562-573.
  3. The EPICure study: Growth and blood pressure at 6 years of age following extremely preterm birth. Bracewell MA, Hennessy EM, Wolke D, Marlow N.  Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed. Mar 2008; 93, F108 - F114.
  4. Late Lung Disease in BPD: Lessons Learned from Lung Function Testing Stocks J. European Paediatrics 2008;2:31-34. (review)
  5. The EPICure Study: Comparison of Pediatric Spirometry in Community and Laboratory settings. The EPICure study Group. Kirkby, J., Welsh, L., Lum, S., Fawke, J., Rowell, V., Thomas, S., Marlow, N., Stocks, J. Pediatric Pulmonology 2008 93(12):1233-1241.
  6. Respiratory health in pre-school and school age children following extremely preterm birth. Enid M Hennessy,Melanie Bracewell, Nicholas Wood, Dieter Wolke,Kate L Costeloe,Alan T Gibson and Neil Marlow. Arch Dis Child 2008, 93:1037-1043.

Abstracts

  1. The EPICure Study: Extremely premature birth and implications for respiratory health at age 10. [abstract] Kirkby, J., Welsh, L., Lum, S., Kirkby, J., Welsh, L., Marlow, N., Stocks, J. The Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society Toronto 2008 (Vol. 177 pp.A558).
  2. Physical activity in children aged 11 years born extremely preterm. [abstract] Welsh L, Kirkby J, Lum S, and Stocks J.  Eur Respir J 2008; 32:691s.
  3. The EPICure Study: Respiratory Outcomes at 11 Years. [abstract] Fawke, J., Kirkby, J., Lum, S., Stocks, J., Welsh, L., Marlow, N.  Arch Dis Child. 2008 Vol. 93: A42.
  4. The EPICure Study: Airway Hyperresponsiveness in extremely preterm children aged 11 years.[abstract] Kirkby, J., Lum, S., Welsh, L., Marlow, N., Stocks, J. Arch Dis Child. 2008 Vol. 93: A36.
  5. The EPICure Study: Implications for respiratory health at age 11 after extremely preterm birth.[abstract] Lum S, Kirkby J, Welsh L, Marlow N, Costeloe K, and Stocks J. March 2008 www.neonatalsociety.ac.uk
  6. Arterial stiffness and lung function in extremely preterm children aged 11 years. Fawke, J., Bolton, C., Cockcroft, J., Stocks, J., Marlow, N. Arch. Dis. Child. November 2008 Vol. 93 s2.
  7. The EPICure study: growth and blood pressure at 6 years of age following extremely preterm birth.  Bracewell, M. A., Hennessy, E. M., Wolke, D., Marlow, N.  Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2008 93(2): F108-F114.

Presentations at national and International Meetings

  1. Outcome for the extremely preterm infant - EPICure 1: long-term development Fawke J for the EPICure Study Group. .Lum S, Kirkby J, Welsh L, Fawke J, Hennessy E, Marlow N, and Stocks J. “Trouble up North”, Yorkshire & North Trent Neonatal Networks Annual Conference, Wakefield, November 2008.
  2. The extremely preterm infant at 10 years of age: Psychological outcomes. Johnson S for the EPICure Study Group.   “Trouble up North”, Yorkshire & North Trent Neonatal Networks Annual Conference, Wakefield, November 2008.
  3. Autistic spectrum symptoms following extremely preterm birth. Platform presentation, Johnson S, Wolke D, Hollis C & Marlow N. 2nd Congress of the European Academy of Pediatrics, Nice, October 2008.
  4. ADHD symptoms in extremely preterm children at 11 years. Platform Presentation, Johnson S, Hollis C, Wolke D, Marlow N.   European Network on Hyperkinetic Disorders (EUNETHYDIS) Annual Meeting, Mannheim, Germany October 2008.