Browsing publications by Kate Hallsworth

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Christian Thoma
Dr Djordje Jakovljevic
Dr Guy MacGowan
et al.
Cardiac function improves following high intensity intermittent exercise in adults with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease2013
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Christian Thoma
Dr Djordje Jakovljevic
Dr Guy MacGowan
et al.
Cardiac structure and function are altered in adults with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease2013
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Christian Thoma
Dr Quentin Anstee
Professor Chris Day
Professor Michael Trenell
et al.
Higher Objectively Measured Sedentary Behaviour and Lower Levels of Physical Activity than Matched Healthy Controls2013
Sarah Moore
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Thomas Ploetz
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and metabolic control following stroke: A cross-sectional and longitudinal study2013
Dr Djordje Jakovljevic
Kate Hallsworth
Christian Thoma
Professor Chris Day
Joanne Newton
et al.
Resistance exercise improves autonomic regulation at rest and haemodynamic response to exercise in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease2013
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Christian Thoma
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Chris Day
et al.
Cardiac structure and function are altered in adults with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease2012
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Christian Thoma
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Chris Day
et al.
Cardiac structure and function is altered in adults with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease2012
Dr Djordje Jakovljevic
Sarah Moore
Kate Hallsworth
Gulnar Fattakhova
Christian Thoma
et al.
Comparison of cardiac output determined by bioimpedance and bioreactance methods at rest and during exercise2012
Sarah Moore
Kate Hallsworth
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Lynn Rochester
Professor Michael Trenell
et al.
Measuring Energy Expenditure After Stroke Validation of a Portable Device2012
Kate Hallsworth
Christian Thoma
Sarah Moore
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Chris Day
et al.
Physical activity levels are lower in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease than matched healthy controls2012
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