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Mark Taylor, BSc MSc PhD

Mark Taylor, BSc MSc PhD

E-mail: 
mark.steven.taylor@truni.sk
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Mark Taylor, BSc MSc PhD - works as a Project Manager at the department of public health. He completed a PhD in 2008 concerning issues of exposure measurement and analysis in epidemiology. The main theme of work in Trnava University concerns the epidemiology of Traumatic Brain Injuries in Europe.

Year of birth: 1974
Year of PhD: 2008

 

Publications

  1. Geographical variation in cardiovascular disease, risk factors, and their control in older women: British Women's Heart and Health Study DA Lawlor, C Bedford, M Taylor, S Ebrahim. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 57 (2), 134-140, 2003.
  2. Is housework good for health? Levels of physical activity and factors associated with activity in elderly women. Results from the British Women's Heart and Health Study. DA Lawlor, M Taylor, C Bedford, S Ebrahim. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 56 (6), 473-478, 2002.
  3. Effect of the Affordable Medicines Facility—malaria (AMFm) on the availability, price, and market share of quality-assured artemisinin-based combination therapies in seven countries: a before-and-after analysis of outlet survey data. S Tougher, et al. The Lancet 380 (9857), 1916-1926, 2012.
  4. Agreement between measured and self‐reported weight in older women. Results from the British Women's Heart and Health Study. DA Lawlor, C Bedford, M Taylor, S Ebrahim. Age and ageing 31 (3), 169-174, 2002.
  5. Associations of components of adult height with coronary heart disease in postmenopausal women: the British women’s heart and health study DA Lawlor, M Taylor, GD Smith, D Gunnell, S Ebrahim. Heart 90 (7), 745-749, 2004.
  6. Research note: Urban street tree density and antidepressant prescription rates—A cross-sectional study in London, UK. MS Taylor, BW Wheeler, MP White, T Economou, NJ Osborne. Landscape and Urban Planning 136, 174-179, 2015.
  7. Getting antimalarials on target: impact of national roll‐out of malaria rapid diagnostic tests on health facility treatment in three regions of Tanzania, K Bruxvoort, et al.  Tropical Medicine & International Health 18 (10), 1269-1282, 2013.
  8. Epidemiology of traumatic brain injury in Europe: a living systematic review. A Brazinova, V Rehorcikova, MS Taylor, V Buckova, M Majdan. Journal of neurotrauma, 2015.
  9. Communicating the AMFm message: exploring the effect of communication and training interventions on private for-profit provider awareness and knowledge related. BA Willey, et al. Malaria Journal 13 (46), 2014.
  10. Availability and price of malaria rapid diagnostic tests in the public and private health sectors in 2011: results from ten nationally representative cross-sectional retail. S Poyer, et al. Tropical Medicine and International Health 20 (6), 744-56, 2015.
  11. Toxic alkaloids in Lyngbya majuscula and related tropical marine cyanobacteria. MS Taylor, W Stahl-Timmins, CH Redshaw, NJ Osborne, Harmful Algae 31, 1-8, 2014
  12. Has Tanzania embraced the green leaf? Results from outlet and household surveys before and after implementation of the Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria, R Thomson, et al.  PloS one 9 (5), e95607, 2014.
  13. Aspirin use for the prevention of cardiovascular disease: the British Women's Heart and Health Study. DA Lawlor, C Bedford, M Taylor, S Ebrahim, Br J Gen Pract 51 (470), 743-745, 2001.
  14. Living systematic review: 1. Introduction—the why, what, when, and how. JH Elliott, et al. Journal of clinical epidemiology, 2017.
  15. Improving access to malaria medicine through private-sector subsidies in seven African countries. S Tougher, et al. Health Affairs 33 (9), 1576-1585, 2014.
  16. Living systematic reviews: 4. Living guideline recommendations. EA Akl, et al
  17. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 2017.
  18. Assessment of the biomass related indoor air pollution in Kwale district in Kenya using short term monitoring. M Majdan, M Svaro, J Bodo, M Taylor, RM Muendo. African health Sciences 15 (3), 972-981, 2015
  19. Living systematic reviews: 2. Combining human and machine effort. J Thomas, et al
  20. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 2017.
  21. Integrating dispersion modelling and lichen sampling to assess harmful heavy metal pollution around the Karabash copper smelter, Russian Federation. AS Pollard, BJ Williamson, M Taylor, WO Purvis, M Goossens, S Reis. Atmospheric Pollution Research 6 (6), 939-94. 2015
  22. Quality of Artemisinin-Containing Antimalarials in Tanzania's Private Sector—Results from a Nationally Representative Outlet Survey. ACTCDQP Team, IS Team. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 92 (Suppl 6), 75-86, 2015.
  23. Living systematic reviews: 3. Statistical methods for updating meta-analyses. M Simmonds, et al. Journal of clinical epidemiology, 2017.
  24. Volunteering is associated with increased survival in able-bodied participants of the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. NT Rogers, P Demakakos, MS Taylor, A Steptoe, M Hamer, A Shankar. J Epidemiol Community Health 70 (6), 583-588           , 2016.
  25. Associations of Leg Length, Trunk Length, and Total Adult Height With Ménière’s: Cross-Sectional Analysis in the UK Biobank. JS Tyrrell, MS Taylor, D Whinney, NJ Osborne Ear and hearing 36 (3), e122-e128, 2015.
  26. Death ascertainment and mortality reporting procedure in EU assessed within CENTER-TBI project. A Brazinova, V Rehorcikova, M Majdan, MS Taylor. European Journal of Public Health 26 (suppl_1), 2016.
  27. Effectiveness of various ventilation systems in reducing exposure to biomass related particles: A real life experiment. M Majdan, M Svaro, Z Kralova, RM Muendo, MS Taylor
  28. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 8 (3), 45-49          , 2015.
  29. Over and under-use of ACTs at public health facilities in three regions of Tanzania. K Bruxwoort, et al. TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH 16, 132-132, 2011.
  30. Determinants of access to ACTs and malaria diagnosis: results from a household survey in three regions of Tanzania. R Thomson, et al. Tropical medicine & international health 16, 124, 2011.
  31. Commentary on Hsieh P‐L, Cholowski K & FitzGerald M.(2005) Obesity: translation and testing of a survey instrument for use in Taiwan. Journal of Clinical Nursing 1. M Taylor
  32. Journal of clinical nursing 16 (7), 1386-1388, 2007.