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2016A multi-centre open-label randomised non-inferiority trial comparing watchful waiting to antibiotic treatment for acute otitis media without perforation in low-risk urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children (the WATCH trial): study protocol for a randomised controlled trialGunasekera, Hasantha; Usherwood, Timothy; Abbott, Penelope; Askew, Deborah; Bond, Chelsea; et al, Various; Girosi, Federico; Kong, Kelvin; Leach, Amanda Jane; Lujic, Sanja; Morris, Peter; Walsh, Robyn; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Western Clinical School: General PracticeA multi-centre open-label randomised non-inferiority trial comparing watchful waiting to antibiotic treatment for acute otitis media without perforation in low-risk urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children (the WATCH trial): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial, Trials, vol.17, 1, 2016,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