Publications by: L. Yip

Also publishes as (Lisan Yip)

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Golledge, Jonathan, Pinchbeck, Jenna, Rowbotham, Sophie, Yip, Lisan, Jenkins, Jason, Quigley, Frank, and Moxon, Joseph V. (2020) Health-related quality of life amongst people diagnosed with abdominal aortic aneurysm and peripheral artery disease and the effect of fenofibrate. Scientific Reports, 10. 14583.

Golledge, Jonathan, Leicht, Anthony S., Yip, Lisan, Rowbotham, Sophie E., Pinchbeck, Jenna, Jenkins, Jason S., Clapperton, Roslyn, Dally-Watkins, Matthew, Fiatarone Singh, Maria A., Mavros, Yorgi, Noble, Yian, Haghighi, Marjan M., Hollings, Matthew, Parmenter, Belinda J., and Burton, Nicola W. (2020) Relationship between disease specific quality of life measures, physical performance, and activity in people with intermittent claudication caused by peripheral artery disease. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, 59 (6). pp. 957-964.

Golledge, J., Singh, T. P., Alahakoon, C., Pinchbeck, J., Yip, L., Moxon, J. V., and Morris, D. R. (2019) Meta-analysis of clinical trials examining the benefit of structured home exercise programmes in patients with peripheral artery disease. British Journal of Surgery, 106. pp. 319-331.

Rowbotham, Sophie E., Pinchbeck, Jenna L., Anderson, Georgina, Bourke, Bernie, Bourke, Michael, Gasser, T. Christian, Jaeggi, Rene, Jenkins, Jason S., Moran, Corey S., Morton, Susan K., Reid, Christopher M., Velu, Ramesh, Yip, Lisan, Moxon, Joseph V., and Golledge, Jonathan (2017) Inositol in the MAnaGemENt of abdominal aortic aneurysm (IMAGEN): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 18.

Burton, Nicola W., Ademi, Zanfina, Best, Stuart, Fiatarone Singh, Maria A., Jenkins, Jason S., Lawson, Kenny D., Leicht, Anthony S., Mavros, Yorgi, Noble, Yian, Norman, Paul, Norman, Richard, Parmenter, Belinda J., Pinchbeck, Jenna, Reid, Christopher M., Rowbotham, Sophie E., Yip, Lisan, and Golledge, Jonathan (2016) Efficacy of brief behavioral counselling by allied health professionals to promote physical activity in people with peripheral arterial disease (BIPP): study protocol for a multi-center randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health, 16. 1148. pp. 1-14.

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