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Oct-2010The potential impact and optimal cut-points of using glycated haemoglobin, HbA1c, to detect people with impaired glucose regulation in a UK multi-ethnic cohort.Mostafa, SA; Khunti, K; Srinivasan, BT; Webb, D; Gray, LJ; Davies, MJJournal Article
Jul-2010The potential impact of using glycated haemoglobin as the preferred diagnostic tool for detecting Type 2 diabetes mellitus.Mostafa, SA; Davies, MJ; Webb, D; Gray, LJ; Srinivasan, BT; Jarvis, J; Khunti, KJournal Article
Aug-2010The Leicester Risk Assessment score for detecting undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes and impaired glucose regulation for use in a multiethnic UK setting.Gray, LJ; Taub, NA; Khunti, K; Gardiner, E; Hiles, S; Webb, DR; Srinivasan, BT; Davies, MJJournal Article
Aug-2010The prevalence of depressive symptoms in a white European and South Asian population with impaired glucose regulation and screen-detected Type 2 diabetes mellitus: a comparison of two screening tools.Aujla, N; Skinner, TC; Khunti, K; Davies, MJJournal Article
Apr-2012Detection of impaired glucose regulation and/or type 2 diabetes mellitus, using primary care electronic data, in a multiethnic UK community setting.Gray, LJ; Davies, MJ; Hiles, S; Taub, NA; Webb, DR; Srinivasan, BT; Khunti, KJournal Article
Nov-2011Screening for type 2 diabetes. Lessons from the ADDITION-Europe study.van den Donk M; Sandbaek, A; Borch-Johnsen, K; Lauritzen, T; Simmons, RK; Wareham, NJ; Griffin, SJ; Davies, MJ; Khunti, K; Rutten, GEJournal Article
Sep-2011Screening for diabetes using an oral glucose tolerance test within a western multi-ethnic population identifies modifiable cardiovascular risk: the ADDITION-Leicester study.Webb, DR; Gray, LJ; Khunti, K; Srinivasan, B; Taub, N; Campbell, S; Barnett, J; Farooqi, A; Echouffo-Tcheugui, JB; Griffin, SJ; Wareham, NJ; Davies, MJJournal Article