Professor Ian Gilmore

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Professor Gilmore is an Honorary Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist at the Royal Liverpool University Hospitals, Honorary Professor at the School of Medicine, University of Liverpool. He is past President of the Royal College of Physicians of London and British Society of Gastroenterology, and current chair of the UK Alcohol Health Alliance. His research interest is liver disease, and he is currently involved in alcohol policy development, working with health and medical organisations, media, politicians, and community groups to increase the focus on action to reduce harms from alcohol.

  • FRCP
  • MD
  • MB BCh
  • Liver disease and alcohol policy development

Gilmore, W. and Gilmore, I. (2024). Evidence-based alcohol policies are the answer. Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology, 21, pp. 220-221. doi:10.1038/s41575-024-00898-0 [RJ2130] View web page

Gilmore, W. and Gilmore, I. (2022). Has the pandemic exacerbated alcohol harm? Trends in Urology & Men’s Health, 13, (4), pp. 2-3. doi:10.1002/tre.863 [RJ1880] View web page

Gilmore, W. and Gilmore, I. (2021). Alcohol and men's health. In Kirby, R., Carson, C., White, A. and Kirby, M. (eds.) Men's Health (4th ed). CRC Press (Taylor & Francis Group), London. ISBN: 9780367360788 [CH222] View web page

Hydes, T., Gilmore, W., Sheron, N. and Gilmore, I. (2019). Treating alcohol-related liver disease from a public health perspective. Journal of Hepatology (WG joint first author), 70, pp. 223-236. doi:10.1016/j.jhep.2018.10.036 [RJ1443] View web page

Gilmore, I. and Gilmore, W. (2018). Dietary, lifestyle, and environmental factors affecting health: Alcohol. In Davey, P. and Sprigings, D. (eds.) Diagnosis and Treatment in Internal Medicine. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN: 9780199568741 [CH192]

Gilmore, W., Brown, K. and Gilmore, I. (2018). Prevention approaches to alcohol-related harm. In Bhugra, D., Bhui, K., Wong, S. and Gilman, S. (eds.) Oxford Textbook of Public Mental Health. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN: 9780198792994 [CH211]

Gilmore, W., Chikritzhs, T., N., Stockwell, T., R., Jernigan, D., Naimi, T., S. and Gilmore, I. (2016). Alcohol: taking a population perspective. Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology, 13, (7), pp. 426-434. doi:10.1038/nrgastro.2016.70 [RJ1156] View web page

Gilmore, I. and Gilmore, W. (2015). Epidemiology of alcohol use. In Neuberger, J. and DiMartini, A., F. (eds.) Alcohol Abuse and Liver Disease (1st ed). John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Oxford. ISBN: 978-1118887288 [CH202]

Gilmore, W. and Gilmore, I. (2013). Alcohol control strategies: the gap between evidence and practice. British Journal of General Practice, 63, (613), pp. 396-397. doi:10.3399/bjgp13X670507 [RJ929] View web page

Gilmore, W., Chikritzhs, T., N. and Gilmore, I. (2013). Alcohol: is the evidence base guiding public policy? International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare, 11, (2), pp. 85-86. doi:10.1111/1744-1609.12021 [RJ914] View web page

Gilmore, I. and Gilmore, W. (2012). The politics of the liver. In Misselbrook, D. and Whitescarver, J. (eds.) HIV: Emerging Challenges in an Ongoing Epidemic. Royal Society of Medicine Press Ltd., London. ISBN: 978-1-85315-979-4 [CH191]

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