Peter Sidebotham, Peter Fleming, Peter Blair. Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy. In TJ David (Ed) Recent Advances in Paediatrics 22. London: Royal Society of Medicine, 2005.
Peter Sidebotham. Children at risk because of poor health. In G Miles and J-J Wright (Eds) Celebrating Children. Paternoster Press, 2003.
Papers in peer reviewed journals
Sidebotham PD. Embracing Change. Child Abuse Review (in press).
Sidebotham PD. Unexpected findings in an unexpected death. Archives of Disease in Childhood (in press)
Peter J Fleming, Peter S Blair, Peter D Sidebotham, and Tracy Hayler. Investigating sudden unexpected deaths in infancy and childhood and caring for bereaved families: an integrated multiagency approach. British Medical Journal, 2004; 328: 331 - 334.
Sveum L, Sidebotham P, Schlaud M, Blair P, Rognum TO. Consensus on diagnostic criteria for the exclusion of SIDS: I) Significance of death scene investigation. Nordisk Rettsmedisin 2003; 9: 62-73.
Sidebotham PD. The doctor, the father and the social scientist. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 2003; 88: 44-45.
Sidebotham PD. Red skies, risk factors and early indicators. Invited comments on Early indicators of child abuse and neglect: a multi-professional Delphi study by Catherine Powell. Child Abuse Review 2003; 12: 41-45.
Sidebotham PD, Heron J. The ALSPAC study team. Child maltreatment in the ‘children of the nineties’: The role of the child. Child Abuse & Neglect, the International Journal 2003; 27: 337-352.
Sidebotham PD, Heron J, Golding J. The ALSPAC study team. Child maltreatment in the ‘children of the nineties’: Deprivation, class and social networks in a UK sample. Child Abuse & Neglect, the International Journal 2002; 26: 1243-1259.
Sidebotham PD. The ALSPAC study team. Culture, stress, and the parent-child relationship: a qualitative study of parents’ perceptions of parenting. Child: Care, Health and Development 2001; 27: 469-485.
Sidebotham PD, Golding, J. The ALSPAC study team. Child maltreatment in the ‘children of the nineties’: A longitudinal study of parental risk factors. Child Abuse & Neglect, the International Journal 2001; 25: 1177-1200.
Sidebotham PD. An ecological approach to child abuse: a creative use of scientific models in research and practice. Child Abuse Review 2001; 10: 97-112.
Sidebotham PD. The ALSPAC study team. Patterns of child abuse in early childhood, a cohort study of the "Children of the Nineties". Child Abuse Review 2000; 9: 311-320.
Battacharya M. Sidebotham PD. Parental and Professional Perceptions of the Levels of Disability in Children with Down's Syndrome. Ambulatory Child Health 2000; 6(3): 153-164.
P Sidebotham. Child protection. Triple Helix 2004; 27: 11.
P Sidebotham. Child abuse. Triple Helix 2003; 25: 8-10.
P. Sidebotham. Growing up – in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and men. Triple Helix Summer 2001: 8-9.
P Sidebotham. Family Matters: Interfaces between child and adult mental health (Book review). Journal of Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2001; 15; 203.