Senior Statistician and Epidemiologist
Institute of Occupational Medicine
Hilary Cowie has been a research statistician at the IOM since 1981 and a senior statistician since 1994. She has extensive experience of the design and analysis of epidemiological morbidity and mortality studies, including survey methods and questionnaire design and has been project leader of a number of studies. Much of her work has been concerned with the investigation of exposure-response relationships, primarily among occupational populations. Hilary Cowie was Project Leader of two epidemiological studies carried out for the UK Department for International Development (DfID) and the UK Department of Health. The first was a study of the health of Montserratians who relocated to the UK and the second was a study of the health of workers on the island of Montserrat.
Cowie, H.A., Hutchison, P.A., Graham, M.K., Cattermole, T.J., Dempsey, S., Russell, M. 2006. Study of workers on the island of Montserrat: Follow up to survey in 2000. Edinburgh: Institute of Occupational Medicine. (IOM Report TM/06/02).
Cowie, H.A., Graham, M.K., Searl, A., Miller, B.G., Hutchison, P.A., Swales, C., Dempsey, S., Russell, M. (2002). A health survey of workers on the island of Montserrat. IOM Research Report TM/02/02. Edinburgh: Institute of Occupational Medicine.
Cowie, H.A., Searl, A., Ritchie, P.J., Graham, M.K., Hutchison, P.A., Pilkington, A. (2001). A health survey of Montserratians relocated to the UK. IOM Research Report TM/01/07. Edinburgh: Institute of Occupational Medicine.
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