Journal Articles

  1. Davies, G., Jordan, S., Brooks, C., Thayer, D., Storey, M., Morgan, G., Allen, S., Garaiova, I., Plummer, S., & Gravenor, M. Long term extension of a randomised controlled trial of probiotics using electronic health records. Scientific Reports, 8(1)
  2. Jordan, S., Watkins, A., Storey, M., Allen, S., Brooks, C., Garaiova, I., Heaven, M., Jones, R., Plummer, S., Russell, I., Thornton, C., Morgan, G., & Storey, M. Volunteer Bias in Recruitment, Retention, and Blood Sample Donation in a Randomised Controlled Trial Involving Mothers and Their Children at Six Months and Two Years: A Longitudinal Analysis. PLoS ONE, 8(7), e67912
  3. Rapport, F., Storey, M., Porter, A., Snooks, H., Jones, K., Peconi, J., Sánchez, A., Siebert, S., Thorne, K., Clement, C., Russell, I., & Storey, M. Qualitative research within trials: developing a standard operating procedure for a clinical trials unit. Trials, 14(1), 54
  4. Hill, R., Brophy, S., Brunt, H., Brophy, S., Storey, M., Rodgers, S., & Lyons, R. Protocol of the Baseline Assessment for the Environments for Healthy Living (EHL) Wales Cohort Study.. BMC Public Health, 10, 150
  5. Allen, S., Jordan, S., Gravenor, M., & Storey, M. Dietary supplementation with lactobacilli and bifidobacteria was well tolerated and not associated with adverse events during late pregnancy and early infancy.. Journal of Nutrition, 140, 483-8.
  6. Jordan, S., Emery, S., Watkins, A., Evans, J., Storey, M., Morgan, G., Watkins, A., Jordan, S., & Storey, M. Associations of drugs routinely given in labour with breastfeeding at 48 hours: analysis of the Cardiff Births Survey. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 116(12), 1622
  7. Jordan, S., Storey, M., Morgan, G., & Storey, M. Antibiotics and Allergic Disorders in Childhood. The Open Nursing Journal, 2(1), 48
  8. Storey, M., Jordan, S., & Storey, M. An overview of the immune system. Nursing Standard, 23(15), 47-56.

Book Chapters

  1. Khanom, A., Wright, S., Doel, M., Storey, M., Clement, C., & Rapport, F. “Lives at Risk” Study: Philosophical and Ethical Implications of Using Narrative Inquiry in Health Services Research. Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine (pp. 1-18). Springer Netherlands