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2016Implementation challenges in delivering team-based care ('TEAMcare') for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in a public hospital setting: A mixed methods approachFoster, Jann; Atlantis, Evan; Boyd, Robert; Cochrane, Belinda; Central Clinical School: Obstetrics & GynaecologyImplementation challenges in delivering team-based care ('TEAMcare') for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in a public hospital setting: A mixed methods approach, BMC Health Services Research, vol.16, 1, 2016,pp 1-11
2009Inverse associations between muscle mass, strength, and the metabolic syndromeAtlantis, Evan; Haren, Matthew T; Martin, Sean A; Taylor, Anne W; Wittert, Gary A; Exercise & Sport ScienceInverse associations between muscle mass, strength, and the metabolic syndrome, Metabolism: clinical and experimental, vol.58, 7,pp 1013-1022
2008Lifestyle factors associated with age-related differences in body composition: the Florey Adelaide Male Aging StudyAtlantis, Evan; Haren, Matthew T; Martin, Sean A; Taylor, Anne W; Wittert, Gary A; Exercise & Sport ScienceLifestyle factors associated with age-related differences in body composition: the Florey Adelaide Male Aging Study, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.88, 1, 2008,pp 95-104
2015Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, Depression, Anxiety and Systemic Inflammatory Factors in Men: A Population-Based Cohort StudyJanuszewski, Andrzej Szczesny; Jenkins, Alicia; Atlantis, Evan; Martin, Sean; O'Loughlin, Peter; Taylor, Anne; Vincent, Andrew; Wittert, Gary; NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreLower Urinary Tract Symptoms, Depression, Anxiety and Systemic Inflammatory Factors in Men: A Population-Based Cohort Study, PloS One, vol.10, 10, 2015,pp 1-18
2016Muscle grip strength predicts incident type 2 diabetes: Population-based cohort studyJanuszewski, Andrzej Szczesny; Jenkins, Alicia; Adams, Robert J T; Appleton, S L; Atlantis, Evan; Hill, Catherine L.; Li, Joule; Shi, Zumin; Vincent, Andrew; Wittert, Gary A; NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreMuscle grip strength predicts incident type 2 diabetes: Population-based cohort study, Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental, vol.65, 6, 2016,pp 883-892
2016Muscle grip strength predicts incident type 2 diabetes: Population-based cohort studyJanuszewski, Andrzej Szczesny; Jenkins, Alicia; Adams, Robert J T; Appleton, S L; Atlantis, Evan; Hill, Catherine L.; Li, Joule; Shi, Zumin; Vincent, Andrew; Wittert, Gary A; NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreMuscle grip strength predicts incident type 2 diabetes: Population-based cohort study, Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental, vol.65, 6, 2016,pp 883-892
2015A novel multidisciplinary intervention for long-term weight loss and glycaemic control in obese patients with diabetesBishay, Ramy; Kormas, Nic; Lih, Anna; Pereira, Lorraine; Zang, Johnson; Atlantis, Evan; Omari, Abdullah; Medicine; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; MedicineA novel multidisciplinary intervention for long-term weight loss and glycaemic control in obese patients with diabetes, Journal of Diabetes Research, vol.2015, N/A, 2015,pp 1-7
2008Obesity effects on depression: systematic review of epidemiological studiesAtlantis, Evan; Baker, Michael; Exercise & Sport Science; Exercise & Sport ScienceObesity effects on depression: systematic review of epidemiological studies, International Journal of Obesity, vol.32,(N/A),2008,pp 881-891
2004Optimal treatment strategies for the obese individual with clinical depression: study design of a randomised clinical trialAtlantis, Evan; Banati, Richard; Fiatarone Singh, Maria; Singh, N A; Exercise & Sport Science; Medical Radiation Sciences; Exercise & Sport ScienceOptimal treatment strategies for the obese individual with clinical depression: study design of a randomised clinical trial, Proceedings- Fourth Research Conference 2004 “From Cell to Society 4”, vol.N/A,(),2004,pp 15-7-N/A
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10
2018Patterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits SchemeBell, Katy (Catherine); Atlantis, Evan; Girosi, Federico; Hajati, Farshid; School of Public Health: Public HealthPatterns and trends of potentially inappropriate high-density lipoprotein cholesterol testing in Australian adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease from 2008 to 2014: analysis of linked individual patient data from the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-10