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Cox, Anthony R. and Ferner, Robin E. (2009). Prescribing errors in diabetes. British Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease, 9 (2), pp. 84-88.

Cox, Anthony R. and Kirkham, Harold (2007). A case study of a graphical misrepresentation:drawing the wrong conclusions about the measles, mumps and rubella virus vaccine. Drug Safety, 30 (10), pp. 831-836.

Cox, Anthony R.; Marriott, John F.; Wilson, Keith A. and Ferner, R.E. (2004). Adverse drug reaction teaching in UK undergraduate medical and pharmacy programmes. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 29 (1), pp. 31-35.

Cox, Anthony R.; Anton, C.; McDowell, S.E.; Marriott, J.F. and Ferner, R.E. Correlates of spontaneous reporting of adverse drug reactions within primary care: the paradox of low prescribers who are high reporters. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 69 (5), pp. 529-534.

Anton, Christopher; Cox, Anthony R. and Ferner, Robin E. Improving follow-up rates in spontaneous adverse drug reaction reporting:effectiveness of a targeted letter used by a regional centre in the UK. Drug Safety, 32 (12), pp. 1135-1140.

Cox, Anthony R. MMR : a saga of bad science and scare stories that swayed health professionals. Pharmaceutical Journal, 284 (7589), p. 157.

Butt, Tehreem F.; Cox, Anthony R.; Lewis, Helen and Ferner, Robin E. Patient experiences of serious adverse drug reactions and their attitudes to medicines:a qualitative study of survivors of Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis in the UK. Drug Safety, 34 (4), pp. 319-328.

Book Section

Coleman, Jamie J.; Cox, Anthony R. and Cowley, Nicholas J. (2011). Pharmacology and the safe prescribing of drugs. IN: Fundamentals of surgical practice. Cambridge University Press.


Cox, Anthony R. (2007). An examination of adverse drug reaction reporting to the yellow card scheme. PHD thesis, Aston University.

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