• 30-year trends in stroke rates and outcome in Auckland, New Zealand (1981-2012): a multi-ethnic population-based series of studies

      Feigin, VL; Krishnamurthi, RV; Barker-Collo, S; McPherson, KM; Barber, PA; Parag, V; Arroll, B; Bennett, DA; Tobias, M; Jones, A; Witt, E; Brown, P; Abbott, M; Bhattacharjee, R; Rush, E; Suh, FM; Theadom, A; Rathnasabapathy, Y; Te Ao, B; Parmar, PG; Anderson, C; Bonita, R; ARCOS IV Group (PLoS One, 2015)
      Insufficient data exist on population-based trends in morbidity and mortality to determine the success of prevention strategies and improvements in health care delivery in stroke. The aim of this study was to determine ...
    • Incidence of Transient Ischemic Attack in Auckland, New Zealand, in 2011 to 2012

      Barber, PA; Krishnamurthi, R; Parag, V; Anderson, NE; Ranta, A; Klifoyle, D; Wong, E; Green, G; Arroll, B; Bennett, DA; Witt, E; Rush, E; Suh, FM; Theadom, A; Rathnasabapathy, Y; Te Ao, B; Parmar, P; Feigin, V; for the ARCOS IV study group (American Heart Association, 2016)
      Background and Purpose—There have been few recent population-based studies reporting the incidence (first ever) and attack rates (incident and recurrent) of transient ischemic attack (TIA). Methods—The fourth Auckland ...
    • Reducing recurrent stroke: methodology of the motivational interviewing in stroke (MIST) randomized clinical trial

      Krishnamurthi, R; Witt, E; Barker-Collo, S; McPherson, K; Davis-Martin, K; Bennett, D; Rush, E; Suh, F; Starkey, N; Parag, V; Rathnasabapathy, Y; Jones, A; Brown, P; Te Ao, B; Feigin, VL; ARCOS IV Programme Group (John Wiley & Sons, 2014)
      Recurrent stroke is prevalent in both developed and developing countries, contributing significantly to disability and death. Recurrent stroke rates can be reduced by adequate risk factor management. However, adherence to ...