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Statistical Laboratory

Publications

The effects of communicating scientific uncertainty on trust and decision making in a public health context
CR Schneider, ALJ Freeman, D Spiegelhalter, S van der Linden
– Judgment and Decision Making
(2023)
17,
849
Discussion of Presidential address: Statistics in times of increasing uncertainty by Sylvia Richardson
D Spiegelhalter
– Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A: Statistics in Society
(2022)
185,
1499
The effects of quality of evidence communication on perception of public health information about COVID-19: Two randomised controlled trials.
CR Schneider, ALJ Freeman, D Spiegelhalter, S van der Linden
– PloS one
(2021)
16,
e0259048
Expert elicitation on the relative importance of possible SARS-CoV-2 transmission routes and the effectiveness of mitigations.
AL Freeman, S Parker, C Noakes, S Fitzgerald, A Smyth, R Macbeth, D Spiegelhalter, H Rutter
– BMJ open
(2021)
11,
e050869
Redevelopment of the Predict: Breast Cancer website and recommendations for developing interfaces to support decision‐making
GD Farmer, M Pearson, WJ Skylark, ALJ Freeman, DJ Spiegelhalter
– Cancer medicine
(2021)
10,
5141
Factors associated with deaths due to COVID-19 versus other causes: population-based cohort analysis of UK primary care data and linked national death registrations within the OpenSAFELY platform.
K Bhaskaran, S Bacon, SJ Evans, CJ Bates, CT Rentsch, B MacKenna, L Tomlinson, AJ Walker, A Schultze, CE Morton, D Grint, A Mehrkar, RM Eggo, P Inglesby, IJ Douglas, HI McDonald, J Cockburn, EJ Williamson, D Evans, HJ Curtis, WJ Hulme, J Parry, F Hester, S Harper, D Spiegelhalter, L Smeeth, B Goldacre
– The Lancet Regional Health - Europe
(2021)
6,
100109
How well did experts and laypeople forecast the size of the COVID-19 pandemic?
G Recchia, ALJ Freeman, D Spiegelhalter
– PLoS ONE
(2021)
16,
e0250935
Communicating personalized risks from COVID-19: Guidelines from an empirical study
ALJ Freeman, J Kerr, G Recchia, CR Schneider, ACE Lawrence, L Finikarides, G Luoni, S Dryhurst, D Spiegelhalter
– Royal Society open science
(2021)
8,
201721
The effects of quality of evidence communication on perception of public health information about COVID-19: two randomised controlled trials
C Schneider, A Freeman, D Spiegelhalter, S van der Linden
(2021)
2021.04.07.21255010
Sound Human, Steer Clear of Jargon, and be Prepared
K McConway, D Spiegelhalter
– Significance (Oxford, England)
(2021)
18,
32
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