Browsing by Author "Bray, Emma P"
Protocol for a randomised controlled trial of telemonitoring and self- management in the control of hypertension: Telemonitoring and self-management in hypertension. McManus, Richard; Bray, Emma P; Mant, Jonathan William; Holder, Roger; Greenfield, Sheila; Bryan, Stirling; Jones, Miren ILittle, PaulWilliams, BryanHobbs, FD Richard et al. (2009-02-16)Abstract Background Controlling blood pressure with drugs is a key aspect of cardiovascular disease prevention, but until recently has been the sole preserve of health professionals. Self-management of hypertension is an ...
Self-monitoring of blood pressure in hypertension: A systematic review and individual patient data meta-analysis. Tucker, Katherine L; Sheppard, James P; Stevens, Richard; Bosworth, Hayden B; Bove, Alfred; Bray, Emma P; Earle, KennethGeorge, JohnsonGodwin, MarshallGreen, Beverly BHebert, PaulHobbs, FD RichardKantola, IlkkaKerry, Sally MLeiva, AlfonsoMagid, David JMant, Jonathan WilliamMargolis, Karen LMcKinstry, BrianMcLaughlin, Mary AnnOmboni, StefanoOgedegbe, OlugbengaParati, GianfrancoQamar, NashatTabaei, Bahman PVaris, JuhaVerberk, Willem JWakefield, Bonnie JMcManus, Richard J et al. (2017-09-19)
Targets and self-management for the control of blood pressure in stroke and at risk groups (TASMIN-SR): protocol for a randomised controlled trial O’Brien, Claire; Bray, Emma P; Bryan, Stirling; Greenfield, Sheila M; Haque, M Sayeed; Hobbs, FD Richard; Jones, Miren IJowett, SueKaambwa, BillingsleyLittle, PaulMant, Jonathan WilliamPenaloza, CristinaSchwartz, ClaireShackleford, HelenVarghese, JinuWilliams, BryanMcManus, Richard J et al. (2013-03-23)Abstract Background Self-monitoring of hypertension with self-titration of antihypertensives (self-management) results in lower systolic blood pressure for at least one year. However, few people in high risk groups have ...