Cambridge University EPIC-Norfolk
  EPIC-Norfolk: Publications
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Schulze Matthias B., Hoffmann Kurt, Kroke Anja, Boeing Heiner. (2003) Risk of hypertension among women in the EPIC-Potsdam Study: comparison of relative risk estimates for exploratory and hypothesis-oriented dietary patterns. Am J Epidemiol 158 (4):365-373.

Schulze Matthias B., Hoffmann Kurt, Kroke Anja, Boeing Heiner. (2003) An approach to construct simplified measures of dietary patterns from exploratory factor analysis. Br J Nutr 89 (3):409-419.

Schulze Matthias B., Kroke Anja, Saracci Rodolfo, Boeing Heiner. (2002) The effect of differences in measurement procedure on the comparability of blood pressure estimates in multi-centre studies. Blood Press Monit 7 (2):95-104.

Schulze M. B., Hoffmann K., Kroke A., Boeing H.. (2001) Dietary patterns and their association with food and nutrient intake in the {Europe}an Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC)-Potsdam study. Br J Nutr 85 (3):363-373.

Schulze M. B., Kroke A., Bergmann M. M., Boeing H.. (2000) Differences of blood pressure estimates between consecutive measurements on one occasion: implications for inter-study comparability of epidemiologic studies. Eur J Epidemiol 16 (10):891-898.