Imperial College London

Professor Mitch Blair

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Medicine

Professor of Paediatrics & Child Public Health
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 8869 3881m.blair Website

 
 
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Location

 

River Island Academic Centre for Paediatrics and Child HealthNorthwick ParkNorthwick Park and St Marks Site

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Summary

 

Summary

Mitch Blair is Professor of Paediatrics and Child Public Health and Undergraduate Course lead for Paediatrics and Child Health in the Division of Paediatrics since 2005. Professor Blair is a consultant paediatrician and specialist in child public health working from Northwick Park Hospital in Harrow. He has a background in medical education, epidemiology and health services research. His primary research interests are in preventive child health programmes, child health indicators and international child health services research. He is currently Principal Investigator of a €7 million EU Horizon 2020 project, MOCHA, which is exploring which models of primary care provide the best health outcomes for Europe's children. He also co-leads the early years theme of the Northwest London CLAHRC together with Professor John Warner.

Publications

Journals

Blair M, Pregnant women need vitamin D for neonatal health, Bmj, Pages:i6685-i6685

Blair ME, Oligbu G, Tewari R, et al., OPTIMISING BONE HEALTH AND VITAMIN D IN THE COMMUNITY-INSIGHTS FROM A COMMUNITY PHARMACY SURVEY, Osteoporosis International, ISSN:1433-2965

Abou El Fadl R, Blair M, Hassounah S, 2016, Integrating Maternal and Children's Oral Health Promotion into Nursing and Midwifery Practice- A Systematic Review, Plos One, Vol:11, Pages:e0166760-e0166760

Crehan C, Kugler B, Boreham C, et al., 2016, G341(P) “Very frequent flyers” in A and E and urgent care centres – clinical characteristics of those who attend 9 or more times per annum, Archives of Disease in Childhood, Vol:101, ISSN:0003-9888, Pages:A199-A200

Daly H, Baum A, Ritchie J, et al., 2016, G317 Baby buddy app – A public health opportunity for new parents; evaluation of the first 46,000 downloads, Archives of Disease in Childhood, Vol:101, ISSN:0003-9888, Pages:A184-A185

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