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2020-11Association of Low-Dose Triple Combination Therapy With Therapeutic Inertia and Prescribing Patterns in Patients With Hypertension: A Secondary Analysis of the TRIUMPH Trial.Wang, N; Salam, A; Webster, R; de Silva, A; Guggilla, R; Stepien, S; Mysore, J; Billot, L; Jan, S; Maulik, PK; Naik, N; Selak, V; Thom, S; Prabhakaran, D; Patel, A; Rodgers, A; TRIUMPH Study Group
2018-01-01Atrial Fibrillation Screen, Management and Guideline Recommended Therapy (AF SMART II) in the rural primary care setting: An implementation study protocolOrchard, JJ; Neubeck, L; Freedman, B; Webster, R; Patel, A; Gallagher, R; Li, J; Hespe, CM; Ferguson, C; Zwar, N; Lowres, N
2015-12-05Collabor8: (Re-) Engaging female secondary cohorts in STEM subjectsHolland, BE; Ronca, M; Oo, A; Patel, A; Hilditch, T; Chandran, S
2017-01-01Conversion of gestational diabetes mellitus to future Type 2 diabetes mellitus and the predictive value of HbA<inf>1c</inf> in an Indian cohortGupta, Y; Kapoor, D; Desai, A; Praveen, D; Joshi, R; Rozati, R; Bhatla, N; Prabhakaran, D; Reddy, P; Patel, A; Tandon, N
2015-07-01Facilitators and barriers to implementation of a pragmatic clinical trial in Aboriginal health servicesLiu, H; Laba, TL; Massi, L; Jan, S; Usherwood, T; Patel, A; Hayman, NE; Cass, A; Eades, AM; Lawrence, C; Peiris, DP
2019-10-01Fixed-combination, low-dose, triple-pill antihypertensive medication versus usual care in patients with mild-to-moderate hypertension in Sri Lanka: a within-trial and modelled economic evaluation of the TRIUMPH trialLung, T; Jan, S; de Silva, HA; Guggilla, R; Maulik, PK; Naik, N; Patel, A; de Silva, AP; Rajapakse, S; Ranasinghe, G; Prabhakaran, D; Rodgers, A; Salam, A; Selak, V; Stepien, S; Thom, S; Webster, R; Lea-Laba, T
2017-06-23Healthcare expenditure on Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians at high risk of cardiovascular diseaseAngell, B; Laba, TL; Lung, T; Brown, A; Eades, S; Usherwood, T; Peiris, D; Billot, L; Hillis, G; Webster, R; Tonkin, A; Reid, C; Molanus, B; Rafter, N; Cass, A; Patel, A; Jan, S
2020-10Implementing cardiovascular disease preventive care guidelines in general practice: an opportunity missed.Hespe, CM; Campain, A; Webster, R; Patel, A; Rychetnik, L; Harris, MF; Peiris, DP
2015-09-23Implementing Kanyini GAP, a pragmatic randomised controlled trial in Australia: Findings from a qualitative studyLiu, H; Massi, L; Eades, AM; Howard, K; Peiris, D; Redfern, J; Usherwood, T; Cass, A; Patel, A; Jan, S; Laba, TL
2014-01-01Influence of cardiovascular absolute risk assessment on prescribing of antihypertensive and lipid-lowering medications: A cluster randomized controlled trialVagholkar, S; Zwar, N; Jayasinghe, UW; Denney-Wilson, E; Patel, A; Campbell, T; Harris, MF
2016-09-23An integrated general practice and pharmacy-based intervention to promote the use of appropriate preventive medications among individuals at high cardiovascular disease risk: Protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trialHayek, A; Joshi, R; Usherwood, T; Webster, R; Kaur, B; Saini, B; Armour, C; Krass, I; Laba, TL; Reid, C; Shiel, L; Hespe, C; Hersch, F; Jan, S; Lo, S; Peiris, D; Rodgers, A; Patel, A
2013-06-06INterpreting the Processes of the UMPIRE Trial (INPUT): Protocol for a qualitative process evaluation study of a fixed-dose combination (FDC) strategy to improve adherence to cardiovascular medicationsSalam, A; Stewart, F; Singh, K; Thom, S; Williams, HJ; Patel, A; Jan, S; Laba, T; Prabhakaran, D; Maulik, P; Day, S; Ward, H
2015-01-01Patient Preferences for a Polypill for the Prevention of Cardiovascular DiseasesLaba, TL; Howard, K; Rose, J; Peiris, D; Redfern, J; Usherwood, T; Cass, A; Patel, A; Jan, S
2018-08-01Process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of a pharmacological strategy to improve hypertension control: Protocol for a qualitative studySalam, A; Webster, R; Patel, A; Godamunne, P; Pathmeswaran, A; De Silva, HA; Rogers, A; Jan, S; Laba, TL
2019-01-01Reaching cardiovascular prevention guideline targets with a polypill-based approach: A meta-Analysis of randomised clinical trialsSelak, V; Webster, R; Stepien, S; Bullen, C; Patel, A; Thom, S; Arroll, B; Bots, ML; Brown, A; Crengle, S; Dorairaj, P; Elley, CR; Grobbee, DE; Harwood, M; Hillis, GS; Laba, TL; Neal, B; Peiris, D; Rafter, N; Reid, C; Stanton, A; Tonkin, A; Usherwood, T; Wadham, A; Rodgers, A
2009-03-01Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial: The feasibility and impact of cardiovascular absolute risk assessment in Australian general practiceWan, Q; Harris, MF; Zwar, N; Campbell, T; Patel, A; Vagholkar, S; McKenzie, S; Walker, C; Denney-Wilson, E
2015-04-10Temporal trends of time to antiretroviral treatment initiation, interruption and modification: Examination of patients diagnosed with advanced HIV in AustraliaWright, ST; Law, MG; Cooper, DA; Keen, P; McDonald, A; Middleton, M; Woolley, I; Kelly, M; Petoumenos, K; Ellis, D; Bloch, M; Agrawal, S; Vincent, T; Allen, D; Little, JL; Smith, D; Mincham, C; Baker, D; Ieroklis, V; Templeton, DJ; O'Connor, CC; Phan, S; Jackson, E; McCallum, K; Grotowski, M; Taylor, S; Carr, A; Lee, F; Hesse, K; Sinn, K; Norris, R; Finlayson, R; Prone, I; Patel, A; Varma, R; Shakeshaft, J; Brown, K; McGrath, V; Halligan, S; Wray, L; Read, P; Lu, H; Couldwell, D; Furner, V; Fernando, S; Chuah, J; Watson, J; Lawrence, C; Mulhall, B; McManus, H; Bendall, C; Boyd, M; Ryder, N; Payne, R; Russell, D; Doyle-Adams, S; Sowden, D; Taing, K; McGill, K; Orth, D; Youds, D; Gibson, A; Magon, H; Dickson, B; Donohue, W; Moore, R; Edwards, S; Liddle, R; Locke, P; Roth, NJ; Lau, H; Read, T; Silvers, J; Zeng, W; Hoy, J; Watson, K; Bryant, M; Price, S; Giles, M; Williams, J; Nolan, D; Robinson, J; Morwood, K; Roth, N; Choong, K; Li, PCK; Lee, MP; Vanar, S; Faridah, S; Kamarulzaman, A; Choi, JY; Vannary, B; Ditangco, R; Tsukada, K; Pujari, S; Makane, A; Ng, OT; Sasisopin, AJ
2011-11-21What determines adherence to treatment in cardiovascular disease prevention? Protocol for a mixed methods preference studyJan, S; Usherwood, T; Brien, JA; Peiris, D; Rose, J; Hayman, N; Howard, K; Redfern, J; Laba, T; Cass, A; Patel, A