Rationale and design of the Kanyini guidelines adherence with the polypill (Kanyini-GAP) study: A randomised controlled trial of a polypill-based strategy amongst Indigenous and non Indigenous people at high cardiovascular risk

Hueiming Liu, Anushka Patel, Alex Brown, Sandra Eades, Noel Hayman, Stephen Jan, Ian Ring, Greg Stewart, Andrew Tonkin, Tarun Weeramanthri, Victoria Wade, Anthony Rodgers, Tim Usherwood, Bruce Neal, David Peiris, Hugh Burke, Christopher Reid, Alan Cass

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-8
Number of pages8
JournalBMC Public Health
Volume10
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes

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Liu, H., Patel, A., Brown, A., Eades, S., Hayman, N., Jan, S., Ring, I., Stewart, G., Tonkin, A., Weeramanthri, T., Wade, V., Rodgers, A., Usherwood, T., Neal, B., Peiris, D., Burke, H., Reid, C., & Cass, A. (2010). Rationale and design of the Kanyini guidelines adherence with the polypill (Kanyini-GAP) study: A randomised controlled trial of a polypill-based strategy amongst Indigenous and non Indigenous people at high cardiovascular risk. BMC Public Health, 10, 1-8.