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Jan-2011Prevalence of obesity among migrant Asian Indians: a systematic review and meta-analysisFernandez, RS; Miranda, C; Everett, B
1-Jun-2008Development and preliminary testing of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Enrolment Obstacles (CREO) scale: Implications for service developmentFernandez, RS; Salamonson, Y; Juergens, C; Griffiths, R; Davidson, P
1-Feb-2009A pilot randomised controlled trial comparing a health-related lifestyle self-management intervention with standard cardiac rehabilitation following an acute cardiac event: Implications for a larger clinical trialFernandez, RS; Davidson, P; Griffiths, R; Juergens, C; Stafford, B; Salamonson, Y
1-Dec-2008Sociodemographic predictors and reasons for participation in an outpatient cardiac rehabilitation programme following percutaneous coronary interventionFernandez, RS; Salamonson, Y; Griffiths, R; Juergens, C; Davidson, P
Jan-2008The infection control management of MRSA within the acute care hospitalHalcomb, E; Fernandez, RS; Griffiths, R; Newton, PJ; Hickman, L
1-Nov-2007Validation of the revised cardiac rehabilitation preference form in patients with post-percutaneous coronary interventionFernandez, RS; Salamonson, Y; Juergens, C; Griffiths, R; Davidson, P
1-Mar-2011Improving cardiac rehabilitation services - Challenges for cardiac rehabilitation coordinatorsFernandez, RS; Davidson, P; Griffiths, R; Salamonson, Y
1-Dec-2010Overcoming barriers to guideline implementation: The case of cardiac rehabilitationFernandez, RS; Davidson, P; Griffiths, R; Salamonson, Y
1-Nov-2009Development of a health-related lifestyle self-management intervention for patients with coronary heart diseaseFernandez, RS; Davidson, P; Griffiths, R; Juergens, C; Salamonson, Y
1-Jul-2007The health-related quality of life trajectory in patients after percutaneous coronary interventionFernandez, RS; Davidson, P; Salamonson, Y; Griffiths, R; Juergens, C
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