Our publications

The papers, reports and preprints listed below have been supported by the BHF Data Science Centre.

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Published papers/reports and preprints

A nationwide, population-based study on specialized care for acute heart failure throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. European Journal of Heart Failure

CCU045_01: The impact of COVID-19 on heart failure epidemiology, quality of care and outcomes across primary and secondary care

Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on rates of congenital heart disease procedures among children: Prospective cohort analyses of 26,270 procedures in 17,860 children using CVD-COVID-UK consortium record linkage data. medRxiv

CCU007_01: What are the differences in types of congenital heart disease (CHD) procedures in children during periods of lockdown and relaxation of lockdown, compared to before the COVID-19 pandemic?

Ethnicity data resource in population-wide health records: completeness, coverage and granularity of diversity. Scientific Data

CCU037_01: Implementing a novel approach to improve correctness, completeness, and granularity of ethnicity information using routinely collected data

Long-term cardiovascular safety of COVID-19 vaccination according to brand, dose and combinations: cohort study of 46 million adults in England. medRxiv

CCU002_06: First, second and booster dose COVID-19 vaccination and the risks of arterial and venous vascular events

Association of COVID-19 infection and vaccination with adverse pregnancy outcomes: a population-wide cohort study of 865,654 pregnant women in England and Wales. Preprints with The Lancet

CCU018_01: Estimating the short- and longer-term risk of cardiovascular disease and intermediate traits in women infected with COVID during pregnancy

Undervaccination and severe COVID-19 outcomes: meta-analysis of national cohort studies in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. The Lancet.

CCU051_01: Unvaccination and under-vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 in England

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the measurement of routine cardiometabolic disease risk factors in primary care in the population of England (57 million people). Preprints with The Lancet.

CCU008_01: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the measurement of routine cardiometabolic disease risk factors in primary care

Ensuring phenotyping algorithms using national electronic health records are FAIR: Meeting the needs of the cardiometabolic research community

Background: Here we present the results of our engagement with the community to identify and explore their requirements and outline our recommendations to ensure FAIR phenotyping algorithms are available to meet the needs of the cardiometabolic research community.