IMPROVING CARDIAC REHABILITATION IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
Grant number: 1113920 | Funding period: 2016 - 2019
This PhD project will identify the key mechanisms for successful scale-up and sustainability of a community based diabetes prevention program - the Kerala Diabetes Prevention Program (NHMRC Project ID 1005324). Based in India where diabetes is becoming increasingly common, these findings have global relevance. Findings will add to crucial evidence gaps in how to systematically scale-up effective prevention programs in order to maximise public health impact.
Related publications (4)
Sex-Specific Differences in Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Outcomes After a Cardiac Event: A Cohort Study Examining the Role of Depression, Worry and Autonomic Function
Adrienne O'Neil, Anna J Scovelle, Emma Thomas, Josephine D Russell, C Barr Taylor, David L Hare, Samia Toukhsati, John Oldroyd, WP Thanuja Rangani, DS Anoja F Dheerasinghe, Brian Oldenburg
BACKGROUND: To determine whether differential all-cause hospital readmission exists for men and women 2 years after percutaneous c..
Utilising a Data Capture Tool to Populate a Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry: A Feasibility Study
Emma Thomas, Sherry L Grace, Douglas Boyle, Robyn Gallagher, Lis Neubeck, Nicholas Cox, Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis, Sandra Henley-Smith, Dominique A Cadilhac, Adrienne O'Neil
BACKGROUND: Clinical registries are effective for monitoring clinical practice, yet manual data collection can limit their impleme..