Antonio Gasparrini
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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
Mortality risk attributable to high and low ambient temperature: a multicountry observational study
A Gasparrini, Y Guo, M Hashizume, E Lavigne, A Zanobetti, J Schwartz, ...
The lancet 386 (9991), 369-375, 2015
Distributed lag non‐linear models
A Gasparrini, B Armstrong, MG Kenward
Statistics in medicine 29 (21), 2224-2234, 2010
Distributed lag linear and non-linear models in R: the package dlnm
A Gasparrini
Journal of statistical software 43 (8), 1, 2011
Ambient particulate air pollution and daily mortality in 652 cities
C Liu, R Chen, F Sera, AM Vicedo-Cabrera, Y Guo, S Tong, MSZS Coelho, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 381 (8), 705-715, 2019
Time series regression studies in environmental epidemiology
K Bhaskaran, A Gasparrini, S Hajat, L Smeeth, B Armstrong
International journal of epidemiology 42 (4), 1187-1195, 2013
Projections of temperature-related excess mortality under climate change scenarios
A Gasparrini, Y Guo, F Sera, AM Vicedo-Cabrera, V Huber, S Tong, ...
The Lancet Planetary Health 1 (9), e360-e367, 2017
Multivariate meta‐analysis for non‐linear and other multi‐parameter associations
A Gasparrini, B Armstrong, MG Kenward
Statistics in medicine 31 (29), 3821-3839, 2012
Modeling exposure–lag–response associations with distributed lag non‐linear models
A Gasparrini
Statistics in medicine 33 (5), 881-899, 2014
The burden of heat-related mortality attributable to recent human-induced climate change
AM Vicedo-Cabrera, N Scovronick, F Sera, D Royé, R Schneider, ...
Nature climate change 11 (6), 492-500, 2021
Global variation in the effects of ambient temperature on mortality: a systematic evaluation
Y Guo, A Gasparrini, B Armstrong, S Li, B Tawatsupa, A Tobias, E Lavigne, ...
Epidemiology 25 (6), 781-789, 2014
Attributable risk from distributed lag models
A Gasparrini, M Leone
BMC medical research methodology 14, 1-8, 2014
The impact of heat waves on mortality
A Gasparrini, B Armstrong
Epidemiology 22 (1), 68-73, 2011
Global, regional, and national burden of mortality associated with non-optimal ambient temperatures from 2000 to 2019: a three-stage modelling study
Q Zhao, Y Guo, T Ye, A Gasparrini, S Tong, A Overcenco, A Urban, ...
The Lancet Planetary Health 5 (7), e415-e425, 2021
Heat wave and mortality: a multicountry, multicommunity study
Y Guo, A Gasparrini, BG Armstrong, B Tawatsupa, A Tobias, E Lavigne, ...
Environmental health perspectives 125 (8), 087006, 2017
Temporal variation in heat–mortality associations: a multicountry study
A Gasparrini, Y Guo, M Hashizume, PL Kinney, EP Petkova, E Lavigne, ...
Environmental health perspectives 123 (11), 1200-1207, 2015
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
The effect of the late 2000s financial crisis on suicides in Spain: an interrupted time-series analysis
JA Lopez Bernal, A Gasparrini, CM Artundo, M McKee
The European Journal of Public Health 23 (5), 732-736, 2013
Quantifying excess deaths related to heatwaves under climate change scenarios: A multicountry time series modelling study
Y Guo, A Gasparrini, S Li, F Sera, AM Vicedo-Cabrera, ...
PLoS medicine 15 (7), e1002629, 2018
Reducing and meta-analysing estimates from distributed lag non-linear models
A Gasparrini, B Armstrong
BMC medical research methodology 13, 1-10, 2013
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