Publications by: Melinda J. Carrington

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Stewart, Simon, Chan, Yih-Kai, Wong, Chiew, Jennings, Garry, Scuffham, Paul, Esterman, Adrian, Carrington, Melinda, and on behalf of the NIL-CHF Investigators, (2015) Impact of a nurse-led home and clinic-based secondary prevention programme to prevent progressive cardiac dysfunction in high-risk individuals: the Nurse-led Intervention for Less Chronic Heart Failure (NIL-CHF) randomized controlled study. European Journal of Heart Failure, 17 (6). pp. 620-630.

Stewart, Simon, Ball, Jocasta, Horowitz, John D., Marwick, Thomas H., Mahadevan, Gnanadevan, Wong, Chiew, Abhayaratna, Walter P., Chan, Yih K., Esterman, Adrian, Thompson, David, Scuffham, Paul A., and Carrington, Melinda J. (2015) Standard versus atrial fibrillation-specific management strategy (SAFETY) to reduce recurrent admission and prolong survival: pragmatic, multicentre, randomised controlled trial. The Lancet, 385 (9970). pp. 775-784.

Stewart, Simon, Stocks, Nigel P., Burrell, Louise M., de Looze, Ferdinandus J., Esterman, Adrian, Harris, Mark, Hung, Joseph, Swemmer, Carla H., Kurstjens, Nicol P., Jennings, Garry L., and Carrington, Melinda J. (2014) More rigorous protocol adherence to intensive structured management improves blood pressure control in primary care: results from the Valsartan Intensified Primary carE Reduction of Blood Pressure study. Journal of Hypertension, 32 (6). pp. 1342-1350.

Carrington, Melinda J., Chan, Yih-Kai, Calderone, Alicia, Scuffham, Paul A., Esterman, Adrian, Goldstein, Stan, and Stewart, Simon (2013) A multicenter, randomized trial of a nurse-led, home-based intervention for optimal secondary cardiac prevention suggests some benefits for men but not for women: the Young at Heart Study. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, 6 (4). pp. 379-389.

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