A-L Kinmonth

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OBJECTIVE This study aimed to identify factors predicting anxiety and depression among people who attend primary care-based diabetes screening. DESIGN A prospective cohort study embedded in the ADDITION (Cambridge) randomized control trial. METHODS Participants (N= 3,240) at risk of diabetes were identified from 10 primary care practices and invited to(More)
The objective was to evaluate the effect of an assessment strategy using the computer decision support system (the GRAIDS software), on the management of familial cancer risk in British general practice in comparison with best current practice. The design included cluster randomised controlled trial, and involved forty-five general practice teams in East(More)
OBJECTIVES To determine whether self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG), either alone or with additional instruction in incorporating the results into self-care, is more effective than usual care in improving glycaemic control in non-insulin-treated diabetes. DESIGN An open, parallel group randomised controlled trial. SETTING 24 general practices in(More)
AIMS Identifying patients' beliefs about taking medication can inform interventions to support medication taking, and their evaluation. We set out to establish the range of these beliefs, and measure the frequency of commonly held beliefs and their correlation with intention to take medication and self-reported medication adherence. METHODS An exploratory(More)
AIMS   To describe change in physical activity over 1 year and associations with change in cardiovascular disease risk factors in a population with screen-detected Type 2 diabetes. METHODS   Eight hundred and sixty-seven individuals with screen-detected diabetes underwent measurement of self-reported physical activity, cardiovascular disease risk factors(More)
AIM To assess the prospective association between objectively measured physical activity and kidney function over 4 years in people with Type 2 diabetes. METHODS Individuals (120 women and 206 men) participating in the ADDITION-Plus trial underwent assessment of sedentary time (SED-time), time spent in moderate-to-vigorous-intensity physical activity(More)
AIMS To describe change in self-reported diet and plasma vitamin C, and to examine associations between change in diet and cardiovascular disease risk factors and modelled 10-year cardiovascular disease risk in the year following diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes. METHODS Eight hundred and sixty-seven individuals with screen-detected diabetes underwent(More)
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