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The impact of disease severity adjustment on hospital standardised mortality ratios: Results from a service-wide analysis of ischaemic stroke admissions using linked pre-hospital, admissions and mortality data

Gattellari, John Worthington. Formal analysis: Chris Goumas. Funding acquisition: Melina Gattellari, Bin Jalaludin, John Worthington. Investigation: Melina Gattellari, Chris Goumas, Bin Jalaludin, John ... Worthington. Methodology: Melina Gattellari, Chris Goumas, Bin Jalaludin, John Worthington. Project administration: Melina Gattellari. Supervision: Melina Gattellari, John Worthington. Writing ? original

Supporting Treatment decision making to Optimise the Prevention of STROKE in Atrial Fibrillation: The STOP STROKE in AF study. Protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial

management team consisted of Melina Gattellari, Laura Morgan-Deller (past), and Catherine Johnson (past). Authors contributions JMW initiated the groups interest in developing an intervention in general

Study protocol: the DESPATCH study: Delivering stroke prevention for patients with atrial fibrillation - a cluster randomised controlled trial in primary healthcare

Background Compelling evidence shows that appropriate use of anticoagulation in patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation reduces the risk of ischaemic stroke by 67% and all-cause mortality by 26%. Despite this evidence, anticoagulation is substantially underused, resulting in avoidable fatal and disabling strokes. Methods DESPATCH is a cluster randomised controlled trial...

The management of non-valvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF) in Australian general practice: bridging the evidence-practice gap. A national, representative postal survey

posthumous acknowledgement is extended to Dr Ian W Black for being involved in the formation of this study. Dr Melina Gattellari was supported by a Post-doctoral Public Health Training Fellowship from the ... Research, Evaluation and Development Mid-Career Fellowship. Melina Gattellari was named as the principal investigator on an Early Career Researcher grant awarded from the Faculty of Medicine, The University

Retraction Note: When the treatment goal is not cure: are patients informed adequately?

We determined the extent to which Australian patients with incurable cancer are informed of their prognosis and treatment options by their oncologists and are encouraged to participate in treatment decisions. To this end, 118 patients with incurable cancer presenting for an initial consultation with one of nine oncologists in two Sydney teaching hospitals were enrolled in the...