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Jadine Scragg
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Vincent van Hees
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Guy Taylor
et al.
Physical Activity, Inactivity and Sleep in Patients with Significant Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease2022
Prisca Wibowo
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Dr Guy MacGowan
et al.
Association between cardiac high-energy phosphate metabolism and whole body metabolism in healthy female adults2021
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
Insights into heart failure hospitalizations, management, and services during and beyond COVID-192021
Jakub Chmelo
Alexander Phillips
Dr Alastair Greystoke
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Leah Avery
et al.
A feasibility study to investigate the utility of a home-based exercise intervention during and after neo-adjuvant chemotherapy for oesophago-gastric cancer-the ChemoFit study protocol2020
Dr Hannah Steele
Dr Angela Pyle
Sila Hopton
Jane Newman
Dr Renae Stefanetti
et al.
Metabolic effects of bezafibrate in mitochondrial disease.2020
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
et al.
Overcoming barriers to engagement and adherence to a home-based physical activity intervention for patients with heart failure: A qualitative focus group study2020
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Nicki O'Brien
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Paul Brennan
et al.
Acceptability, Feasibility and Preliminary Evaluation of a Novel, Personalised, Home-Based Physical Activity Intervention for Chronic Heart Failure (Active-at-Home-HF): a Pilot Study.2019
Dr Cecilia Jimenez Moreno
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nikoletta Nikolenko
Maxwell Larweh
Professor Grainne Gorman
et al.
Analyzing walking speeds with ankle and wrist worn accelerometers in a cohort with myotonic dystrophy2019
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
Cardiac function is not associated with glucose control in older women2019
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Dr Sara Graziadio
Tamara Metzler
et al.
Opportunities and challenges of a novel cardiac output response to stress (CORS) test to enhance diagnosis of heart failure in primary care: Qualitative study2019
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Renae Stefanetti
Dr Kate Bailey
Dr Ahmet Fuat
et al.
A novel cardiac output response to stress test developed to improve diagnosis and monitoring of heart failure in primary care2018
Dr Cecilia Jimenez Moreno
Professor Hanns Lochmuller
Professor Mike Catt
Professor Grainne Gorman
Professor Mike Catt
et al.
Cognitive behavioural therapy with optional graded exercise therapy in patients with severe fatigue with myotonic dystrophy type 1: a multicentre, single-blind, randomised trial2018
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
et al.
Increased level of habitual physical activity improves body composition and exercise tolerance but has limited effect on cardio-metabolic function in middle-aged women2018
Miloš Parović
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Kate Bailey
et al.
N-terminal prohormone brain natriuretic peptide is a weak indicator of cardiac function and haemodynamic response to exercise in chronic heart failure2018
Dr Sarah Charman
Physical education contributes to total physical activity levels and predominantly in higher intensity physical activity categories2018
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Renae Stefanetti
Dr Guy MacGowan
Reproducibility of a simple cardiac output response to stress test to diagnose and monitor heart failure in a primary care setting2018
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Thomas Ploetz
Associations between prolonged sedentary time and breaks in sedentary time with cardiometabolic risk in 10–14-year-old children: The HAPPY study2017
Dr Cecilia Jimenez Moreno
Jane Newman
Dr Sarah Charman
Professor Mike Catt
Professor Mike Trenell
et al.
Measuring Habitual Physical Activity in Neuromuscular Disorders: A Systematic Review2017
Dr Cecilia Jimenez Moreno
Jane Newman
Dr Sarah Charman
Professor Mike Catt
Professor Mike Trenell
et al.
Measuring Habitual Physical Activity in Neuromuscular Disorders: A Systematic Review2017
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Charman
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Mike Trenell
et al.
Can a behavioural intervention targeting physical activity behaviour of adults with type 2 diabetes be delivered faithfully by healthcare professionals during routine primary care?2016
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Charman
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Mike Trenell
et al.
Can a behavioural intervention targeting physical activity behaviour of adults with Type 2 diabetes be delivered faithfully by healthcare professionals during routine primary care?2016
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Charman
Professor Mike Catt
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Falko Sniehotta
et al.
Movement as medicine for type 2 diabetes: a clustered pilot randomised controlled trial of a theory-informed multifaceted behavioural intervention to increase physical activity of adults with type 2 diabetes in the primary care setting2016
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Charman
Louise Taylor
Dr Darren Flynn
Professor Roy Taylor
et al.
Systematic development of a theory-informed multifaceted behavioural intervention to increase physical activity of adults with Type 2 diabetes in routine primary care: Movement as Medicine for Type 2 Diabetes2016
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Vincent van Hees
Dr Bilal Bawamia
Professor Mike Trenell
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
et al.
The effect of percutaneous coronary intervention on habitual physical activity in older patients.2016
Dr Vincent van Hees
Dr Kirstie Anderson
Dr Sarah Charman
Professor Mike Catt
Professor Mike Trenell
et al.
A Novel, Open Access Method to Assess Sleep Duration Using a Wrist-Worn Accelerometer2015
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Michael Lavender
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Mike Trenell
et al.
Barriers and enabling factors to use of a physical activity behavioural intervention for adults with Type 2 diabetes delivered in primary care: Qualitative findings from the Movement as Medicine Open Pilot Study2015
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Michael Lavender
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Mike Trenell
et al.
Barriers and enabling factors to use of a physical activity behavioural intervention for adults with Type 2 diabetes delivered in primary care: qualitative findings from the Movement as Medicine open pilot study2015
Dr Sarah Charman
The Association Between Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Cardiometabolic Risk in Children is Mediated by Abdominal Adiposity: The HAPPY Study2015
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Charman
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Elaine McColl
et al.
Integrating an Evidence-Based Behaviour Change Intervention Targeting Physical Activity Behaviour into Routine Primary Care: Movement as Medicine for Type 2 Diabetes: An open pilot study2014
Dr Leah Avery
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Elaine McColl
et al.
Movement as Medicine for Type 2 Diabetes: Protocol for an open pilot study and external pilot clustered randomised controlled trial to assess acceptability, feasibility and fidelity of a multifaceted behavioural intervention targeting physical activity in primary care2014
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Bilal Bawamia
Dr Murugu Veerasamy
Professor Mike Trenell
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
et al.
Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity Among Older Patients Following Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Presented with Stable Angina versus Acute Coronary Syndrome2014
Dr Sarah Charman
The triglyceride to high-density lipoprotein ratio identifies children who may be at risk of developing cardiometabolic disease2014
Dr Sarah Charman
Body fat percentage, anthropometric obesity indices and cardiometabolic risk in children and adolescents2013
Dr Sarah Charman
Professor Mike Trenell
Dr Thomas Ploetz
Cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with hard and light intensity physical activity but not time spent sedentary in 10-14 year old schoolchildren: the HAPPY study2013
Dr Sarah Charman
Choice of activity-intensity classification thresholds impacts upon accelerometer-assessed physical activity-health relationships in children2013
Dr Sarah Charman
The hypertriglyceridemic waist, waist-to-height ratio and cardiometabolic risk2013
Dr Sarah Charman
The hypertriglyceridemic waist, waist-to-height ratio and cardiometabolic risk in children and adolescents2013
Dr Sarah Charman
Accelerometry assessed sedentary behaviour and physical activity levels during the segmented school day in 10-14 year-old children: the HAPPY study2012
Dr Sarah Charman
Associations between cardiorespiratory fitness, physical activity, and clustered cardiometabolic risk in children and adolescents: the HAPPY study2012