Browsing publications by Professor Michael Trenell

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Mark Walker
Professor Michael Trenell
Professor James Shaw
A combined basal-bolus insulin dose reduction strategy for preventing exercise-induced hypoglycaemia does not cause hormonal, metabolic or inflammatory disturbances in Type 1 diabetes2015
Paul Innerd
Professor Mike Catt
Dr Joanna Collerton
Dr Karen Davies
Professor Michael Trenell
et al.
A comparison of subjective and objective measures of physical activity from the Newcastle 85+ study2015
Professor Mark Walker
Professor Michael Trenell
Professor James Shaw
A novel strategy that prevents early- and late-onset nocturnal hypoglycaemia following evening exercise in Type 1 diabetes2015
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Denton
Dr Michael Lavender
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Michael Trenell
et al.
Barriers and enabling factors to use of a physical activity behavioural intervention for adults with Type 2 diabetes delivered in primary care: qualitative findings from the Movement as Medicine open pilot study2015
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Denton
Dr Michael Lavender
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Michael Trenell
et al.
Barriers and enabling factors to use of a physical activity behavioural intervention for adults with Type 2 diabetes delivered in primary care: Qualitative findings from the Movement as Medicine Open Pilot Study2015
Dr Tom Jones
Dr Dave Houghton
Sophie Cassidy
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Michael Trenell
et al.
Bioreactance is a reliable method for estimating cardiac output at rest and during exercise2015
Sophie Cassidy
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Christian Thoma
Dr Guy MacGowan
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
et al.
Cardiac structure and function are altered in type 2 diabetes and Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and associate with glycemic control2015
Sarah Moore
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Djordje Jakovljevic
Professor Andrew Blamire
Dr Jiabao He
et al.
Effects of Community Exercise Therapy on Metabolic, Brain, Physical, and Cognitive Function Following Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial2015
Sophie Cassidy
Christian Thoma
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Jehill Parikh
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
et al.
High intensity intermittent exercise improves cardiac structure and function and reduces liver fat in patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomised controlled trial2015
Dr Sarah Cassidy
Christian Thoma
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Jehill Parikh
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
et al.
High intensity intermittent training improves cardiac function and reduces liver fat in adults with Type 2 diabetes: an MRI/S study2015
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