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2006Determinants of physical health in frail older people: the importance of self-efficacy.Anderson, Craig; Carter, Kristie; Latham, Nancy K.; Lee, Arier; Stretton, Caroline M; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical SchoolsDeterminants of physical health in frail older people: the importance of self-efficacy., Clinical Rehabilitation, vol.20,(4),2006,pp 357-366
2006Ethnic disparities in incidence of stroke subtypes: Auckland Regional Community Stroke Study, 2002-2003.Anderson, Craig; Carter, Kristie; Hackett, Maree; Barber, P. Alan; Chen, Mei-hua; Dyall, Lorna; Feigin, Valery L.; McNaughton, Harry; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical Schools; The George Institute for International HealthEthnic disparities in incidence of stroke subtypes: Auckland Regional Community Stroke Study, 2002-2003., Lancet Neurology, vol.5,(2),2006,pp 130-139
2011Ethnicity and Functional Outcome After StrokeAnderson, Craig; Hackett, Maree; Barber, P. Alan; Bennett, Derrick A.; Carter, Kristie; Feigin, V L; Kerse, Ngaire; McNaughton, Harry; Weatherall, Mark; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthEthnicity and Functional Outcome After Stroke, Stroke: a journal of cerebral circulation, vol.42, N/A, 2011,pp 960-964
2006Improved Survival after Stroke: Is Admission to Hospital the Major Explanation? Trend Analyses of the Auckland Regional Community Stroke Studies.Anderson, Craig; Carter, Kristie; Hackett, Maree; Barber, P. Alan; Bonita, Ruth; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical Schools; The George Institute for International HealthImproved Survival after Stroke: Is Admission to Hospital the Major Explanation? Trend Analyses of the Auckland Regional Community Stroke Studies., Cerebrovascular Diseases, vol.23,(2-3),2006,pp 162-168
2005Migraine and risk of subarachnoid haemorrhage: a population-based case-control study.Anderson, Craig; Carter, Kristie; Anderson, Neil E; Australasian Co-operative Research on Subarachnoid Haemorrhage Study (ACROSS), Various; Hankey, Graeme J.; Jamrozik, Konrad; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical SchoolsMigraine and risk of subarachnoid haemorrhage: a population-based case-control study., Journal of Clinical Neuroscience (2005), vol.12,(5),2005,pp 534-537
2007Selenium and zinc in hair and toenails in relation to the physical and mental health status of older adults: The Freemasons Health study in New ZealandAnderson, Craig; Carter, Kristie; Islam, S; Ni Mhurchu, Cliona; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical Schools; The George Institute for International HealthSelenium and zinc in hair and toenails in relation to the physical and mental health status of older adults: The Freemasons Health study in New Zealand, Australasian Journal on Ageing, vol.26,(4),2007,pp 180-186
2011Socioeconomic disparities in stroke rates and outcome: pooled analysis of stroke incidence studies in Australia and New ZealandAnderson, Craig; Cass, Alan; Heeley, Emma; Wei, Jade; Carter, Kristie; Hankey, Graeme J.; Islam, Md Shaheenul; Thrift, Amanda; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Medicine; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthSocioeconomic disparities in stroke rates and outcome: pooled analysis of stroke incidence studies in Australia and New Zealand, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.195, 1, 2011,pp 10-14
2007Stroke surveillance: population-based estimates and projections for New ZealandAnderson, Craig; Carter, Kristie; Cheung, Jit; Feigin, Valery L.; Tobias, Martin; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical SchoolsStroke surveillance: population-based estimates and projections for New Zealand, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, vol.31,(6),2007,pp 520-525
2005Stroke with Atrial Fibrillation: the Auckland Regional Community Stroke study perspectiveAnderson, Craig; Barber, A.; Brownless, W.; Carter, Kristie; The George Institute for International HealthStroke with Atrial Fibrillation: the Auckland Regional Community Stroke study perspective, Journal of the Neurological Sciences, vol.238, Suppl 1,pp S386-N/A
2007Temporal Stroke Onset Pattern in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Results of the Auckland Regional Community Stroke StudyAnderson, Craig; Carter, Kristie; Peng, Bin; The George Institute for International HealthTemporal Stroke Onset Pattern in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Results of the Auckland Regional Community Stroke Study, Stroke: a journal of cerebral circulation, vol.38, 2,pp 530-N/A
2006Trends in ethnic disparities in stroke incidence in Auckland, New Zealand, during 1981 to 2003.Anderson, Craig; Barber, P. Alan; Bonita, Ruth; Broad, Joanna B.; Carter, Kristie; Feigin, Valery L.; Hackett, Maree L.; The George Institute for International HealthTrends in ethnic disparities in stroke incidence in Auckland, New Zealand, during 1981 to 2003., Stroke: a journal of cerebral circulation, vol.37,(1),2006,pp 56-62
2005Trends in stroke incidence in Auckland, New Zealand, during 1981 to 2003.Anderson, Craig; Carter, Kristie; Hackett, Maree; Barber, P. Alan; Bonita, Ruth; Broad, Joanna B.; Feigin, Valery L.; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical Schools; The George Institute for International HealthTrends in stroke incidence in Auckland, New Zealand, during 1981 to 2003., Stroke 2005, vol.36,(10),2005,pp 2087-2093
2008Trends in the incidence and outcome of stroke in Perth, Western Australia, 1989 to 2001: the Perth Community Stroke StudyAnderson, Craig; Carter, Kristie; Islam, Shaheenul; Broadhurst, Robyn; Hankey, Graeme J.; Hardie, Kate; Jamrozik, Konrad; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthTrends in the incidence and outcome of stroke in Perth, Western Australia, 1989 to 2001: the Perth Community Stroke Study, Stroke: a journal of cerebral circulation, vol.39, 3, 2008,pp 776-782