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  • Health Effects of Dietary Risks in 195 Countries, 1990–2017: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017

    Feigin, V; GBD 2017 Diet Collaborators (Elsevier, 2019)
    Background Suboptimal diet is an important preventable risk factor for non-communicable diseases (NCDs); however, its impact on the burden of NCDs has not been systematically evaluated. This study aimed to evaluate the ...
  • A Systematic Review of the Worldwide Prevalence of Survivors of Poliomyelitis Reported in 31 Studies

    Jones, KM; Balalla, S; Theadom, A; Jackman, G; Feigin, VL (BMJ Publishing Group Ltd., 2017)
    Background Accurate prevalence figures estimating the number of survivors of poliomyelitis (disease causing acute flaccid paralysis) following poliovirus infection are not available. We aim to undertake a systematic review ...
  • Global, Regional, and National Burden of Neurological Disorders During 1990-2015: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015

    Feigin, VL; Abajobir, AA; Abate, KH; Abd-Allah, F; Abdulle, AM; Abera, SF; Abyu, GY; Ahmed, MB; Aichour, AN; Aichour, I; Aichour, MTE; Akinyemi, RO; Alabed, S; Al-Raddadi, R; Alvis-Guzman, N; Amare, AT; Ansari, H; Anwari, P; Arnlov, J; Asayesh, H; Asgedom, SW; Atey, TM; Avila-Burgos, L; Avokpaho, EFGA; Azarpazhooh, MR; Barac, A; Barboza, M; Barker-Collo, SL; Baernighausen, T; Bedi, N; Beghi, E; Bennett, DA; Bensenor, IM; Berhane, A; Betsu, BD; Bhaumik, S; Birlik, SM; Biryukov, S; Boneya, DJ; Bulto, LN; Carabin, H; Casey, D; Castaneda-Orjuela, CA; Catala-Lopez, F; Chen, H; Chitheer, AA; Chowdhury, R; Christensen, H; Dandona, L; Dandona, R; deVeber, GA; Dharmaratne, SD; Do, HP; Dokova, K; Dorsey, ER; Ellenbogen, RG; Eskandarieh, S; Farvid, MS; Fereshtehnejad, S-M; Fischer, F; Foreman, KJ; Geleijnse, JM; Gillum, RF; Giussani, G; Goldberg, EM; Gona, PN; Goulart, AC; Gugnani, HC; Gupta, R; Gupta, R; Hachinski, V; Hamadeh, RR; Hambisa, M; Hankey, GJ; Hareri, HA; Havmoeller, R; Hay, SI; Heydarpour, P; Hotez, PJ; Jakovljevic, MMB; Javanbakht, M; Jeemon, P; Jonas, JB; Kalkonde, Y; Kandel, A; Karch, A; Kasaeian, A; Kastor, A; Keiyoro, PN; Khader, YS; Khalil, IA; Khan, EA; Khang, Y-H; Khoja, AT; Khubchandani, J; Kulkarni, C; Kim, D; Kim, YJ; Kivimaki, M; Kokubo, Y; Kosen, S; Kravchenko, M; Krishnamurthi, RV; Defo, BK; Kumar, GA; Kumar, R; Kyu, HH; Larsson, A; Lavados, PM; Li, Y; Liang, X; Liben, ML; Lo, WD; Logroscino, G; Lotufo, PA; Loy, CT; Mackay, MT; Abd El Razek, HM; Abd El Razek, MM; Majeed, A; Malekzadeh, R; Manhertz, T; Mantovani, LG; Massano, J; Mazidi, M; McAlinden, C; Mehata, S; Mehndiratta, MM; Memish, ZA; Mendoza, W; Mengistie, MA; Mensah, GA; Meretoja, A; Mezgebe, HB; Miller, TR; Mishra, SR; Ibrahim, NM; Mohammadi, A; Mohammed, KE; Mohammed, S; Mokdad, AH; Moradi-Lakeh, M; Velasquez, IM; Musa, KI; Naghavi, M; Ngunjiri, JW; Nguyen, CT; Nguyen, G; Nguyen, QL; Nguyen, TH; Nichols, E; Ningrum, DN; Nong, VM; Norrving, B; Noubiap, JJN; Ogbo, FA; Owolabi, MO; Pandian, JD; Parmar, PG; Pereira, DM; Petzold, M; Phillips, MR; Piradov, MA; Poulton, RG; Pourmalek, F; Qorbani, M; Rafay, A; Rahman, M; Rahman, MH; Rai, RK; Rajsic, S; Ranta, A; Rawaf, S; Renzaho, AMN; Rezai, MS; Roth, GA; Roshandel, G; Rubagotti, E; Sachdev, P; Safiri, S; Sahathevan, R; Sahraian, MA; Samy, AM; Santalucia, P; Santos, IS; Sartorius, B; Satpathy, M; Sawhney, M; Saylan, MI; Sepanlou, SG; Shaikh, MA; Shakir, R; Shamsizadeh, M; Sheth, KN; Shigematsu, M; Shoman, H; Silva, DA; Smith, M; Sobngwi, E; Sposato, LA; Stanaway, JD; Stein, DJ; Steiner, TJ; Stovner, LJ; Abdulkader, RS; Szoeke, CEI; Tabares-Seisdedos, R; Tanne, D; Theadom, AM; Thrift, AG; Tirschwell, DL; Topor-Madry, R; Tran, BX; Truelsen, T; Tuem, KB; Ukwaja, KN; Uthman, OA; Varakin, YY; Vasankari, T; Venketasubramanian, N; Vlassov, VV; Wadilo, F; Wakayo, T; Wallin, MT; Weiderpass, E; Westerman, R; Wijeratne, T; Wiysonge, CS; Woldu, MA; Wolfe, CDA; Xavier, D; Xu, G; Yano, Y; Yimam, HH; Yonemoto, N; Yu, C; Zaidi, Z; Zaki, MES; Zunt, JR; Murray, CJL; Vos, T; Disorders, GBDN (Elsevier, 2017)
    Background Comparable data on the global and country-specific burden of neurological disorders and their trends are crucial for health-care planning and resource allocation. The Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and ...
  • Global, Regional, and National Burden of Neurological Disorders, 1990-2016: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease study 2016

    Feigin, V; GBD 2016 Neurology Collaborators (Elsevier, 2019)
    Background Neurological disorders are increasingly recognised as major causes of death and disability worldwide. The aim of this analysis from the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors Study (GBD) 2016 is ...
  • Global, Regional, and National Burden of Brain and Other Cns Cancer, 1990-2016: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016

    Feigin, V; GBD 2016 Brain and other CNS Cancer Collaborators (Elsevier, 2019)
    Background Brain and CNS cancers (collectively referred to as CNS cancers) are a source of mortality and morbidity for which diagnosis and treatment require extensive resource allocation and sophisticated diagnostic and ...
  • Plasma Cyclic Glycine Proline/IGF‐1 Ratio Predicts Clinical Outcome and Recovery in Stroke Patients

    Fan, D; Krishnamurthi, R; Harris, P; Barber, PA; Guan, J (Wiley Open Access, 2019)
    Objective: Many stroke patients make a partial recovery in function during the first 3 months, partially through promoting insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) function. A prognostic biomarker that associates with IGF-1 ...
  • The LATTE Initiative at AUT

    Frielick, S (Centre for Learning and Teaching (CfLAT), Auckland University of Technology (AUT), 2016)
  • Classification and segmentation of fMRI Spatio-temporal Brain Data with a NeuCube Evolving Spiking Neural Network Model

    Doborjeh, M; Capecci, E; Kasabov, N (IEEE, 2014)
    The proposed feasibility analysis introduces a new methodology for modelling and understanding functional Magnetic Resonance Image (fMRI) data recorded during human cognitive activity. This constitutes a type of Spatio-Temporal ...
  • Dynamic 3D Clustering of Spatio-temporal Brain Data in the NeuCube Spiking Neural Network Architecture on a Case Study of fMRI and EEG Data

    Gholami, M; Kasabov, N (Springer, 2015)
    The paper presents a novel clustering method for dynamic Spatio-Temporal Brain Data (STBD) on the case study of functional Magnetic Resonance Image (fMRI). The method is based on NeuCube spiking neural network (SNN) ...
  • Segues and Synergies: Feminist Economics and Occupational Scientists Meet Human Rights

    Waring, M (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
    How do the international rules of work and economic activity treat occupation? What work is constantly absent from the data base for determining public resource allocations and investments? What occupies those whose work ...
  • Editorial for RLT special issue on mobile mixed reality

    Cochrane, T; Smart, F; Narayan, V (Association for Learning Technology, 2018)
    This special collection of Research In Learning Technology explores the state of the art of mobile mixed reality (MMR) in education. The special collection includes eight articles that cover; a systematic review of MMR in ...
  • Technology Enhanced Learning, Research Impact, and Open Scholarship

    Cochrane, T; Redmond, P; Corrin, L (The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE), 2018)
    This guest editorial explores the potential impact of alternative metrics and social research networks to enhance technology enhanced learning (TEL) research and practice, particularly in the realm of open scholarship. ...
  • “Context Matters”: The Challenges and Opportunities of Designing Tertiary Public and Environmental Health Education in South Auckland

    Kersey, K; Lees, A; Conn, C; Cochrane, T; Narayan, V; Williams, M (School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies at AUT University., 2018)
    This article outlines a study protocol, detailing the proposed methodology and findings of our preliminary literature review, for co-design of future NZ public and environmental health education for the South Auckland ...
  • Authentic Interprofessional Health Education Scenarios Using Mobile VR

    Cochrane, T; Stretton, T; Aiello, S; Britnell, S; Cook, S; Naryan, V (Co-Action Publishing, 2018)
    This paper explores the use of mobile virtual reality (mVR) to create authentic learning environments for health education, initially in three contexts, followed by the development of collaborative health team scenarios ...
  • Design Principles for Heutagogical Learning: Implementing Student-determined Learning With Mobile and Social Media Tools

    Narayan, V; Herrington, J; Cochrane (ASCILITE, 2018)
    Mobile and social media over the last decade has created significant shifts in society: how we communicate and collaborate, and in learning and teaching. This paper discusses a study that investigated how mobile social ...
  • A Nationwide, Population-based Prevalence Study of Genetic Muscle Disorders

    Theadom, A; Rodrigues, M; Poke, G; O'Grady, G; Love, D; Hammond-Tooke, G; Parmar, P; Baker, R; Feigin, V; Jones, K; Te Ao, B; Ranta, A; Roxburgh, R; MDPrev Research Group (Karger Publishers, 2019)
    Background: Previous epidemiological studies of genetic muscle disorders have relied on medical records to identify cases and may be at risk of selection biases or have focused on selective population groups. Objectives: ...
  • Global, Regional, and National Burden of Multiple Sclerosis 1990–2016: a Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016

    Feigin, V; GBD 2016 Multiple Sclerosis Collaboratrors (Elsevier, 2019)
    Background Multiple sclerosis is the most common inflammatory neurological disease in young adults. The Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors Study (GBD) provides a systematic method of quantifying various ...
  • A Social Media Research Network Framework for Open Social Scholarship

    Cochrane, T; Narayan, V (ASCILITE, 2018)
    Traditional research impact factors, researcherIDs and alternative metrics can be used together to provide a more comprehensive measure of the impact of wider critical reflection around technology enhanced learning (TEL) ...
  • Global, Regional, and Country-specific Lifetime Risks of Stroke, 1990 and 2016

    GBD 2016 Lifetime Risk of Stroke Collaborators; Feigin, VL; Nguyen, G; Cercy, K; Johnson, CO; Alam, T; Parmar, PG; Abajobir, AA; Abate, KH; Abd-Allah, F; Abejie, AN; Abyu, GY; Ademi, Z; Agarwal, G; Ahmed, MB; Akinyemi, RO; Al-Raddadi, R; Aminde, LN; Amlie-Lefond, C; Ansari, H; Asayesh, H; Asgedom, SW; Atey, TM; Ayele, HT; Banach, M; Banerjee, A; Barac, A; Barker-Collo, SL; Bärnighausen, T; Barregard, L; Basu, S; Bedi, N; Behzadifar, M; Béjot, Y; Bennett, DA; Bensenor, IM; Berhe, DF; Boneya, DJ; Brainin, M; Campos-Nonato, IR; Caso, V; Castañeda-Orjuela, CA; Rivas, JC; Catalá-López, F; Christensen, H; Criqui, MH; Damasceno, A; Dandona, L; Dandona, R; Davletov, K; de Courten, B; deVeber, G; Dokova, K; Edessa, D; Endres, M; Faraon, EJA; Farvid, MS; Fischer, F; Foreman, K; Forouzanfar, MH; Gall, SL; Gebrehiwot, TT; Geleijnse, JM; Gillum, RF; Giroud, M; Goulart, AC; Gupta, R; Gupta, R; Hachinski, V; Hamadeh, RR; Hankey, GJ; Hareri, HA; Havmoeller, R; Hay, SI; Hegazy, MI; Hibstu, DT; James, SL; Jeemon, P; John, D; Jonas, JB; Jóźwiak, J; Kalani, R; Kandel, A; Kasaeian, A; Kengne, AP; Khader, YS; Khan, AR; Khang, Y-H; Khubchandani, J; Kim, D; Kim, YJ; Kivimaki, M; Kokubo, Y; Kolte, D; Kopec, JA; Kosen, S; Kravchenko, M; Krishnamurthi, R; Kumar, GA; Lafranconi, A; Lavados, PM; Legesse, Y; Li, Y; Liang, X; Lo, WD; Lorkowski, S; Lotufo, PA; Loy, CT; Mackay, MT; Abd El Razek, HM; Mahdavi, M; Majeed, A; Malekzadeh, R; Malta, DC; Mamun, AA; Mantovani, LG; Martins, SCO; Mate, KK; Mazidi, M; Mehata, S; Meier, T; Melaku, YA; Mendoza, W; Mensah, GA; Meretoja, A; Mezgebe, HB; Miazgowski, T; Miller, TR; Ibrahim, NM; Mohammed, S; Mokdad, AH; Moosazadeh, M; Moran, AE; Musa, KI; Negoi, RI; Nguyen, M; Nguyen, QL; Nguyen, TH; Tran, TT; Nguyen, TT; Anggraini Ningrum, DN; Norrving, B; Noubiap, JJ; O’Donnell, MJ; Olagunju, AT; Onuma, OK; Owolabi, MO; Parsaeian, M; Patton, GC; Piradov, M; Pletcher, MA; Pourmalek, F; Prakash, V; Qorbani, M; Rahman, M; Rahman, MA; Rai, RK; Ranta, A; Rawaf, D; Rawaf, S; Renzaho, AMN; Robinson, SR; Sahathevan, R; Sahebkar, A; Salomon, JA; Santalucia, P; Santos, IS; Sartorius, B; Schutte, AE; Sepanlou, SG; Shafieesabet, A; Shaikh, MA; Shamsizadeh, M; Sheth, KN; Sisay, M; Shin, M-J; Shiue, I; Silva, DAS; Sobngwi, E; Soljak, M; Sorensen, RJD; Sposato, LA; Stranges, S; Suliankatchi, RA; Tabarés-Seisdedos, R; Tanne, D; Nguyen, CT; Thakur, JS; Thrift, AG; Tirschwell, DL; Topor-Madry, R; Tran, BX; Nguyen, LT; Truelsen, T; Tsilimparis, N; Tyrovolas, S; Ukwaja, KN; Uthman, OA; Varakin, Y; Vasankari, T; Venketasubramanian, N; Vlassov, VV; Wang, W; Werdecker, A; Wolfe, CDA; Xu, G; Yano, Y; Yonemoto, N; Yu, C; Zaidi, Z; El Sayed Zaki, M; Zhou, M; Ziaeian, B; Zipkin, B; Vos, T; Naghavi, M; Murray, CJL; Roth, GA (Massachusetts Medical Society, 2018)
    BACKGROUND: The lifetime risk of stroke has been calculated in a limited number of selected populations. We sought to estimate the lifetime risk of stroke at the regional, country, and global level using data from a ...
  • Psychiatric Comorbidities in Adult Survivors of Major Trauma: Findings From the Midland Trauma Registry

    Spijker, EE; Jones, K; Duijff, JW; Smith, A; Christey, GR (CSIRO, 2018)
    INTRODUCTION: Information for primary care providers about the outcomes of adult survivors of major medical trauma in the first year of recovery is not widely available. In particular, risks of impairment across multiple ...

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