University of Stirling

School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health

Research

 

Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety Research Group

Selected Publications

 

Books

  • Tombs, S. and Whyte, D. (2007) Safety Crimes, Collumpton: Willan Publishing.

Parts of Books

  • Watterson, A. (2006) Out of the Shadows and into the Gloom: health and safety of workers in and around the semiconductor plants of Central and Eastern Europe, in Smith T. et. al. (eds)  Challenging the Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice, Philadelphia: Temple University Press,.
  • Watterson, A. and Shenglin Chang (2006) Section Introduction on Environmental Justice and Labor Rights, in Smith T et. al. (eds)  Challenging the Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice, Philadelphia : Temple University Press.
  • Watterson, A. (2006) Agriculture and Forestry Health and Safety, in Hendy, J. and Ford, M. Munkman on Employer’s Liability (2nd edition), London: Butterworths.
  • Tombs, S. and Whyte, D. (2006) ‘Work and Risk’, in Mythen, G and Walklate, S (eds) Beyond the Risk Society, London: McGraw Hill.
  • Whyte, D. (2006) ‘Regulating Safety, Regulating Profit: cost cutting, injury and death in the North Sea after Piper Alpha’ in Tucker, E (ed.) Working Disasters: the politics of recognition and response, New York: Baywood.
  • Whyte, D. (2000) ‘Learning the Lesson of Piper Alpha?’ in Coles, E, Smith, D and Tombs, S (eds.) Risk Management and Society, Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Research Reports

  • Keith M., Brophy J., Kirby P., Rosskam E. (2002) Barefoot Research. Geneva:  International Labour Organization (ILO). 98pp.

Papers

  • Brophy J. (2004) Response to Cancer Care Ontario regarding breast cancer and farming hypothesis. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol. 10, no. 1:104-106.
  • Brophy J., Keith M., Gorey K., Laukkanen E., Luginaah I.,  Hellyer D., Reinhartz A., Watterson A., Abu-Zahra H. and Park R. (2007) Cancer and construction: what occupational histories in a Canadian community reveal. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol.13:32-38.
  • Brophy J., Keith M., Gorey K., Luginaah,I., Laukkanen, M., Hellyer,E., Reinhartz,A., Watterson A., Abu-Zahra, H., Maticka-Tyndale, E., Schneider, M.,  Beck, M. and Gilbertson, M. ( 2006) Occupation  and breast cancer: a Canadian case-control study. Annals New York Academy Science, 1076: 765-777.
  • Brophy J, Keith M, Gorey K, Laukkanen E, Hellyer D, Watterson A, Reinhartz A, and Gilbertson M. (2002) Occupational histories of cancer patients in a Canadian cancer treatment centre and the generated hypothesis regarding breast cancer and farming, International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol. 8: 342-349.
  • Brophy J. and Parent, M. (1999) Documenting The Asbestos Story in Sarnia New Solutions, Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy, vol.9, no.3: 297-315.
  • Doherty C., MacKay W., Weaver L., Shepherd A. and Williams C. (2001) Does H. pylori have role in sudden infant death syndrome, Archives of Disease in Childhood, vol. 84, no. 6: 525-527.
  • Gilberston M and Brophy J. (2001) Community Health Profile of Windsor, Ontario, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 9, suppl 6 December: 827-843.
  • Gilbertson M., Carpenter D. and Upshur R. (2001) Methodology for assessing community health in areas of concern: measuring the adverse effects on human health, Environmental Health Perspectives, December, supplement 6: 827-843.
  • Gorman T., and Watterson A. (2004)  Confronting the continuing problem of asbestos in Scotland: a public sector health initiative, New Solutions, vol. 14, no. 1: 77-98,
    Gorman T., Johnston R., McIvor, and Watterson A. (2004) Asbestos in Scotland, International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol. 10, no. 2: 183-92
  • Keith M. (2003) Mapping for Change: A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words. Occupational Health Review, vol. 101(January/February):13-16.
  • Keith M. (2003). Workplace Health and Safety Mapping: The why and how of body mapping, Occupational Health Review, vol. 102 (March /April): 31-33.
  • Keith M. and Brophy J. (2006) Identification of work-related asbestos disease in a Canadian community, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1076: 932.
  • Keith M and Brophy J. (2004) Participatory mapping of occupational hazards and disease among asbestos-exposed workers from a foundry and insulation complex in Canada, International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol. 10. no.2: 144-153.
  • Keith M., Cann B., Brophy J., Hellyer D., Day M., Egan S., Mayville K., Watterson A. (2001). Identifying and Prioritizing Gaming Workers’ Health and Safety Concerns Using Mapping for Data Collection, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol. 39: 42-51
  • Mackenzie C., Lockridge A. and Keith M. (2005) Declining sex ratio in a first nation community, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 113, no. 10: 1295-8.
  • Pennycook F., Diamand E. , Watterson A. and Howard, C. (2004) Probabilistic modelling of the  dietary exposure of young children to pesticide residues in apples and pears in relation to standards of acceptable exposure, International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol. 10, no. 3, 44-533.
  • Shepherd J., Williams C., Doherty C., Hossack M., Preston T., McColl K. and Weaver L. (2000) Comparison of an enzyme immunoassay for the detection of Helicobacter pylori antigens in the faeces with the urea breath test, Archives of Disease in Childhood, vol 83: 268-270.
  • Tombs, S. and Whyte, D. (2003)  ‘Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: towards accountability for workplace deaths?’ Policy and Practice in Health and Safety, vol. 1, no. 1.
  • Watterson, A. (2006) Regulation of occupational health and safety in the semiconductor industry: enforcement problems and solutions, International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol. 12, no. 1, 72-80.
  • Watterson A. (2001) Pesticide health and safety and the work and impact of international agencies: partial successes and major failures, International Journal of Occupational Environmental Health, vol. 7, no. 1: 339-47.
  • Watterson A. (2000)  The DDT Question, The Lancet, September 30:1191.
  • Watterson A,  Gorman T., Malcolm C.,  Robinson M.,  Beck M. (2006)  The economic costs of health service treatments for asbestos-related mesothelioma deaths, Annals New York Academy Science, 1076; 871-881.
  • Watterson A., Thomson P., Malcolm C., Shepherd A., and McIntosh C. (2005) Integrating environmental   health into nursing and midwifery practice. Journal of Advanced Nursing vol. 49, no. 6:1-10.
  • Watterson A. and Ladou J. (2003) HSE inspection of UK semiconductor manufacturers. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol 9, no 4: 392-5
  • Watterson A., Silberschmidt M. and Robson M. (2001) Occupational health in Central and Eastern Europe in the 1990s: resources and suggested research agenda. International Journal of Occupational Environmental Health, vol. 7, no. 3: 233-45.
  • Watterson A., Silberschmidt M., Pickvance S., O'Neill R., Kirby P., Brophy J., Keith M. and Woolfson C. (1999) Spontaneous abortion in the UK semiconductor industry. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol. 36, no. 5. 
  • Weaver L., Shepherd A., Williams C., Doherty C. and McColl K. (1999) Helicobacter pylori in faeces? Quarterly Journal of Medicine, vol. 92: 361-364.
  • Whyte, D. (2006) ‘Corporate Homicide’, SCOLAG Legal Journal, 347, September.
  • Whyte, D. (2005) ‘The Fatal Flaws in the English Manslaughter Bill’, Green’s Employment Law Gazette, July.
  • Whyte, D. (2005) ‘Getting Away with Homicide’, SCOLAG Legal Journal, 334, July.