• Big Data and Dementia in New Zealand

      Yates, S; Rvera Rodriguez, C; Martinez-Ruiz, A; Coomarasamy, C; Whttington, R; Krishnamurthi, R; Cheung, G; Kerse, N; Cullum, S (Wiley, 2020)
      Background: Research is increasingly looking at how routinely collected health and social care data can be used to influence policy and service design, however the accuracy of such data in New Zealand is not known. Estimates ...
    • Cross-Cultural Validation of the Stroke Riskometer Using Generalizability Theory

      Medvedev, O; Truong, Q; Merkin, A; Borotkanics, R; Krishnamurthi, R; Feigin, V (Nature Publishing Group, 2021)
      The Stroke Riskometer mobile application is a novel, validated way to provide personalized stroke risk assessment for individuals and motivate them to reduce their risks. Although this app is being used worldwide, its ...
    • Evolving spiking neural networks for personalised modelling, classification and prediction of spatio-temporal patterns with a case study on stroke

      Kasabov, N; Feigin, V; Hou, Z-G; Chen, Y; Liang, L; Krishnamurthi, R; Othman, M; Parmar, P (Elsevier, 2014)
      The paper presents a novel method and system for personalised (individualised) modelling of spatio/spectro-temporal data (SSTD) and prediction of events. A novel evolving spiking neural network reservoir system (eSNNr) is ...
    • Global and Regional Mortality From 235 Causes of Death for 20 Age Groups in 1990 and 2010: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010

      Lozano, R; Naghavi, M; Foreman, K; Lim, S; Shibuya, K; Aboyans, V; Abraham, J; Adair, T; Aggarwal, R; Ahn, SY; Alvarado, M; Anderson, HR; Anderson, LM; Andrews, KG; Atkinson, C; Baddour, LM; Barker-Collo, S; Bartels, DH; Bell, ML; Benjamin, EJ; Bennett, D; Bhalla, K; Bikbov, B; Bin Abdulhak, A; Birbeck, G; Blyth, F; Bolliger, I; Boufous, S; Bucello, C; Burch, M; Burney, P; Carapetis, J; Chen, H; Chou, D; Chugh, SS; Coffeng, LE; Colan, SD; Colquhoun, S; Colson, KE; Condon, J; Connor, MD; Cooper, LT; Corriere, M; Cortinovis, M; de Vaccaro, KC; Couser, W; Cowie, BC; Criqui, MH; Cross, M; Dabhadkar, KC; Dahodwala, N; De Leo, D; Degenhardt, L; Delossantos, A; Denenberg, J; Des Jarlais, DC; Dharmaratne, SD; Dorsey, ER; Driscoll, T; Duber, H; Ebel, B; Erwin, PJ; Espindola, P; Ezzati, M; Feigin, V; Flaxman, AD; Forouzanfar, MH; Fowkes, FG; Franklin, R; Fransen, M; Freeman, MK; Gabriel, SE; Gakidou, E; Gaspari, F; Gillum, RF; Gonzalez-Medina, D; Halasa, YA; Haring, D; Harrison, JE; Havmoeller, R; Hay, RJ; Hoen, B; Hotez, PJ; Hoy, D; Jacobsen, KH; James, SL; Jasrasaria, R; Jayaraman, S; Johns, N; Karthikeyan, G; Kassebaum, N; Keren, A; Khoo, JP; Knowlton, LM; Kobusingye, O; Koranteng, A; Krishnamurthi, R; Lipnick, M; Lipshultz, SE; Ohno, SL; Mabweijano, J; MacIntyre, MF; Mallinger, L; March, L; Marks, GB; Marks, R; Matsumori, A; Matzopoulos, R; Mayosi, BM; McAnulty, JH; McDermott, MM; McGrath, J; Mensah, GA; Merriman, TR; Michaud, C; Miller, M; Miller, TR; Mock, C; Mocumbi, AO; Mokdad, AA; Moran, A; Mulholland, K; Nair, MN; Naldi, L; Narayan, KM; Nasseri, K; Norman, P; O'Donnell, M; Omer, SB; Ortblad, K; Osborne, R; Ozgediz, D; Pahari, B; Pandian, JD; Rivero, AP; Padilla, RP; Perez-Ruiz, F; Perico, N; Phillips, D; Pierce, K; Pope, CA; Porrini, E; Pourmalek, F; Raju, M; Ranganathan, D; Rehm, JT; Rein, DB; Remuzzi, G; Rivara, FP; Roberts, T; De León, FR; Rosenfeld, LC; Rushton, L; Sacco, RL; Salomon, JA; Sampson, U; Sanman, E; Schwebel, DC; Segui-Gomez, M; Shepard, DS; Singh, D; Singleton, J; Sliwa, K; Smith, E; Steer, A; Taylor, JA; Thomas, B; Tleyjeh, IM; Towbin, JA; Truelsen, T; Undurraga, EA; Venketasubramanian, N; Vijayakumar, L; Vos, T; Wagner, GR; Wang, M; Wang, W; Watt, K; Weinstock, MA; Weintraub, R; Wilkinson, JD; Woolf, AD; Wulf, S; Yeh, PH; Yip, P; Zabetian, A; Zheng, ZJ; Lopez, AD; Murray, CJ (Elsevier, 2013)
      Background Reliable and timely information on the leading causes of death in populations, and how these are changing, is a crucial input into health policy debates. In the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk ...
    • Improving adherence to secondary stroke prevention strategies through motivational interviewing

      Barker-Collo, S; Krishnamurthi, R; Witt, E (American Heart Association, Inc., 2015)
      Background and Purpose—Stroke recurrence rates are high (20%–25%) and have not declined over past 3 decades. This study tested effectiveness of motivational interviewing (MI) for reducing stroke recurrence, measured by ...
    • Information methods for predicting risk and outcome of stroke

      Liang, L; Krishnamurthi, R; Kasabov, N; Feigin, V (Springer Verlag, 2014)
      Stroke is a major cause of disability and mortality in most economically developed countries. It is the second leading cause of death worldwide (after cancer and heart disease) [55.1, 2] and a major cause of disability in ...
    • Methodology of the Fatigue After STroke Educational Recovery (FASTER) Group Randomised Controlled Trial

      Barker-Collo, SL; Krishnamurthi, R; Ikeda, T; Te Ao, B; Green, G; Rathnasabapathy, Y; Feigin, VL; De Silva, S; Jones, K (SAGE Publications, 2021)
      RATIONALE: Post-stroke fatigue (PSF) affects up to 92% of stroke survivors, causing significant burden. Educational Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) fatigue groups show positive results in other health conditions. AIMS: ...
    • New Avenue for the Geriatric Depression Scale: Rasch Transformation Enhances Reliability of Assessment

      Merkin, AG; Medvedev, ON; Sachdev, PS; Tippett, L; Krishnamurthi, R; Mahon, S; Kasabov, N; Parmar, P; Crawford, J; Doborjeh, ZG; Doborjeh, MG; Kang, K; Kochan, NA; Bahrami, H; Brodaty, H; Feigin, VL (Elsevier, 2019)
      Background Depression is a common problem in older adults. The 15-item Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS-15) is a widely used psychometric tool for measuring depression in the elderly, but its psychometric properties have ...
    • New Strategy to Reduce Global Burden of Stroke

      Feigin, VL; Krishnamurthi, R; Bhattacharjee, R; Parmar, P; Theadom, A; Hussein, P; Purohit, M; Hume, P; Abbott, M; Rush, E; Kasabov, N; Crezee, I; Frielick, S; Barker-Collo, S; Barber, PA; Arroll, B; Poulton, R; Ratnasabathy, Y; Tobias, M; Cabral, N; Martins, SCO; Furtado, LETA; Lindsay, P; Saposnik, G; Giroud, M; Bejot, Y; Hacke, W; Mehndiratta, MM; Pandian, JD; Gupta, S; Padma, V; Mandal, DK; Kokubo, Y; Ibrahim, NM; Sahathevan, R; Hua, F; Wang, W; Liu, L; Hou, Z-G; Goncalves, AF; Correia, M; Varakin, Y; Kravchenko, M; Piradov, M; Saadah, M; Thrift, AG; Cadilhac, D; Davis, S; Donnan, G; Lopez, AD; Hankey, GJ; Maujean, A; Kendall, E; Brainin, M; Abd-Allah, F; Bornstein, N; Caso, V; Marquez-Romero, JM; Akinyemi, R; Dhim, NFB; Norrving, B; Sindi, S; Kivipelto, M; Mendis, S; Ikram, MA; Hofman, A; Mirza, SS; Rothwell, PM; Sandercock, P; Shakir, R; Sacco, RL; Culebras, A; Roth, GA; Moradi-Lakeh, M; Murray, C; Narayan, V; Mensah, GA; Wiebers, D; Moran, AE; RIBURST Study Collaboration Writing Group (American Heart Association, 2015)
    • Putting Your Health in Your Own Hands: A New Strategy for Primary Stroke Prevention

      Feigin, VL; Krishnamurthi, R; Bhattacharjee, R (Longdom, 2015)
      As evidenced by the increasing stroke burden worldwide, currently used primary stroke prevention strategies are not effective enough. One of the main reasons for insufficient effectiveness of the currently used primary ...
    • 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 ...
    • The Stroke Riskometer(TM) App: Validation of a Data Collection Tool and Stroke Risk Predictor

      Parmar, P; Krishnamurthi, R; Ikram, MA; Hofman, A; Mirza, SS; Varakin, Y; Kravchenko, M; Piradov, M; Thrift, AG; Norrving, B; Wang, W; Mandal, DK; Barker-Collo, S; Sahathevan, R; Davis, S; Saposnik, G; Kivipelto, M; Sindi, S; Bornstein, NM; Giroud, M; Béjot, Y; Brainin, M; Poulton, R; Narayan, KM; Correia, M; Freire, A; Kokubo, Y; Wiebers, D; Mensah, G; BinDhim, NF; Barber, PA; Pandian, JD; Hankey, GJ; Mehndiratta, MM; Azhagammal, S; Ibrahim, NM; Abbott, M; Rush, E; Hume, P; Hussein, T; Bhattacharjee, R; Purohit, M; Feigin, VL; Stroke RiskometerTM Collaboration Writing Group (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2015)
      The greatest potential to reduce the burden of stroke is by primary prevention of first-ever stroke, which constitutes three quarters of all stroke. In addition to population-wide prevention strategies (the 'mass' approach), ...
    • Years Lived With Disability (YLD) for 1160 Sequelae of 289 Diseases and Injuries 1990-2010: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010

      Vos, T; Flaxman, AD; Naghavi, M; Lozano, R; Michaud, C; Ezzati, M; Shibuya, K; Salomon, JA; Abdalla, S; Aboyans, V; Abraham, J; Ackerman, I; Aggarwal, R; Ahn, SY; Ali, MK; Alvarado, M; Anderson, HR; Anderson, LM; Andrews, KG; Atkinson, C; Baddour, LM; Bahalim, AN; Barker-Collo, S; Barrero, LH; Bartels, DH; Basáñez, MG; Baxter, A; Bell, ML; Benjamin, EJ; Bennett, D; Bernabé, E; Bhalla, K; Bhandari, B; Bikbov, B; Bin Abdulhak, A; Birbeck, G; Black, JA; Blencowe, H; Blore, JD; Blyth, F; Bolliger, I; Bonaventure, A; Boufous, S; Bourne, R; Boussinesq, M; Braithwaite, T; Brayne, C; Bridgett, L; Brooker, S; Brooks, P; Brugha, TS; Bryan-Hancock, C; Bucello, C; Buchbinder, R; Buckle, G; Budke, CM; Burch, M; Burney, P; Burstein, R; Calabria, B; Campbell, B; Canter, CE; Carabin, H; Carapetis, J; Carmona, L; Cella, C; Charlson, F; Chen, H; Cheng, AT; Chou, D; Chugh, SS; Coffeng, LE; Colan, SD; Colquhoun, S; Colson, KE; Condon, J; Connor, MD; Cooper, LT; Corriere, M; Cortinovis, M; de Vaccaro, KC; Couser, W; Cowie, BC; Criqui, MH; Cross, M; Dabhadkar, KC; Dahiya, M; Dahodwala, N; Damsere-Derry, J; Danaei, G; Davis, A; De Leo, D; Degenhardt, L; Dellavalle, R; Delossantos, A; Denenberg, J; Derrett, S; Des Jarlais, DC; Dharmaratne, SD; Dherani, M; Diaz-Torne, C; Dolk, H; Dorsey, ER; Driscoll, T; Duber, H; Ebel, B; Edmond, K; Elbaz, A; Ali, SE; Erskine, H; Erwin, PJ; Espindola, P; Ewoigbokhan, SE; Farzadfar, F; Feigin, V; Felson, DT; Ferrari, A; Ferri, CP; Fèvre, EM; Finucane, MM; Flaxman, S; Flood, L; Foreman, K; Forouzanfar, MH; Fowkes, FG; Franklin, R; Fransen, M; Freeman, MK; Gabbe, BJ; Gabriel, SE; Gakidou, E; Ganatra, HA; Garcia, B; Gaspari, F; Gillum, RF; Gmel, G; Gosselin, R; Grainger, R; Groeger, J; Guillemin, F; Gunnell, D; Gupta, R; Haagsma, J; Hagan, H; Halasa, YA; Hall, W; Haring, D; Haro, JM; Harrison, JE; Havmoeller, R; Hay, RJ; Higashi, H; Hill, C; Hoen, B; Hoffman, H; Hotez, PJ; Hoy, D; Huang, JJ; Ibeanusi, SE; Jacobsen, KH; James, SL; Jarvis, D; Jasrasaria, R; Jayaraman, S; Johns, N; Jonas, JB; Karthikeyan, G; Kassebaum, N; Kawakami, N; Keren, A; Khoo, JP; King, CH; Knowlton, LM; Kobusingye, O; Koranteng, A; Krishnamurthi, R; Lalloo, R; Laslett, LL; Lathlean, T; Leasher, JL; Lee, YY; Leigh, J; Lim, SS; Limb, E; Lin, JK; Lipnick, M; Lipshultz, SE; Liu, W; Loane, M; Ohno, SL; Lyons, R; Ma, J; Mabweijano, J; MacIntyre, MF; Malekzadeh, R; Mallinger, L; Manivannan, S; Marcenes, W; March, L; Margolis, DJ; Marks, GB; Marks, R; Matsumori, A; Matzopoulos, R; Mayosi, BM; McAnulty, JH; McDermott, MM; McGill, N; McGrath, J; Medina-Mora, ME; Meltzer, M; Mensah, GA; Merriman, TR; Meyer, AC; Miglioli, V; Miller, M; Miller, TR; Mitchell, PB; Mocumbi, AO; Moffitt, TE; Mokdad, AA; Monasta, L; Montico, M; Moradi-Lakeh, M; Moran, A; Morawska, L; Mori, R; Murdoch, ME; Mwaniki, MK; Naidoo, K; Nair, MN; Naldi, L; Narayan, KM; Nelson, PK; Nelson, RG; Nevitt, MC; Newton, CR; Nolte, S; Norman, P; Norman, R; O'Donnell, M; O'Hanlon, S; Olives, C; Omer, SB; Ortblad, K; Osborne, R; Ozgediz, D; Page, A; Pahari, B; Pandian, JD; Rivero, AP; Patten, SB; Pearce, N; Padilla, RP; Perez-Ruiz, F; Perico, N; Pesudovs, K; Phillips, D; Phillips, MR; Pierce, K; Pion, S; Polanczyk, GV; Polinder, S; Pope, CA; Popova, S; Porrini, E; Pourmalek, F; Prince, M; Pullan, RL; Ramaiah, KD; Ranganathan, D; Razavi, H; Regan, M; Rehm, JT; Rein, DB; Remuzzi, G; Richardson, K; Rivara, FP; Roberts, T; Robinson, C; De Leòn, FR; Ronfani, L; Room, R; Rosenfeld, LC; Rushton, L; Sacco, RL; Saha, S; Sampson, U; Sanchez-Riera, L; Sanman, E; Schwebel, DC; Scott, JG; Segui-Gomez, M; Shahraz, S; Shepard, DS; Shin, H; Shivakoti, R; Singh, D; Singh, GM; Singh, JA; Singleton, J; Sleet, DA; Sliwa, K; Smith, E; Smith, JL; Stapelberg, NJ; Steer, A; Steiner, T; Stolk, WA; Stovner, LJ; Sudfeld, C; Syed, S; Tamburlini, G; Tavakkoli, M; Taylor, HR; Taylor, JA; Taylor, WJ; Thomas, B; Thomson, WM; Thurston, GD; Tleyjeh, IM; Tonelli, M; Towbin, JA; Truelsen, T; Tsilimbaris, MK; Ubeda, C; Undurraga, EA; van der Werf, MJ; van Os, J; Vavilala, MS; Venketasubramanian, N; Wang, M; Wang, W; Watt, K; Weatherall, DJ; Weinstock, MA; Weintraub, R; Weisskopf, MG; Weissman, MM; White, RA; Whiteford, H; Wiersma, ST; Wilkinson, JD; Williams, HC; Williams, SR; Witt, E; Wolfe, F; Woolf, AD; Wulf, S; Yeh, PH; Zaidi, AK; Zheng, ZJ; Zonies, D; Lopez, AD; Murray, CJ (Elsevier, 2013)
      Non-fatal health outcomes from diseases and injuries are a crucial consideration in the promotion and monitoring of individual and population health. The Global Burden of Disease (GBD) studies done in 1990 and 2000 have ...