Bartholomew (Bart) Kay MSc (SpExSci), BSpExSci (Hons, First Class)
Physiologist / Nutritionist / Epidemiologist
Research area: Systematic reviews and meta-analyses of the impact of nutrition on health.
Some Relevant Publications:
Kay B. 2016. Healthful Eating As Lifestyle (HEAL) for Hyperlipidemia. In: "Healthful Eating As Lifestyle (HEAL): Integrative Prevention for Non-Communicable Diseases" (2016). Anil S (Ed). Taylor and Francis, ISBN 9781498748681 - CAT# K27108.
Kay B. 2015. Re: Low carbohydrate-high protein diet and incidence of cardiovascular diseases in Swedish women: prospective cohort study (Letter to the editor). British Medical Journal; http://www.bmj.com/content/344/bmj.e4026/rapid-responses.
Morton RH, Stannard SR, Kay B 2011. Lower reproducibility of many lactate markers during incremental cycle exercise. British Journal of Sports Medicine; doi:10.1136/bjsm.2010.076380. Published online first; 21 February 2011
Impact factor 2.547 (Cited 20 times as at 02/07/2018).
Kay B. 2010. Critical power revisited: an alternate interpretation of physiology based on observation. Malaysian Journal of Sport Science and Recreation; 6(1): 63-79.
Kay B 2009. Wanted: guidelines for reporting correlations. Advances in Physiology Education; 33: 134.
Impact factor 1.0 (Cited 5 times as at 02/07/2018).
Kay B 2008. Why is the term “anaerobic” ubiquitous in human physiology? Malaysian Journal of Sport Science and Recreation; 4(1): 81-93.
Kay B 2008. Misconceptions: Bicarbonate as an ergogenic aid? A physical, chemical, mechanistic viewpoint. Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity; 2(4): 205-19.
Kay B 2008. The ongoing debate surrounding standard deviation and standard error. Advances in Physiology Education; 32: 334.
Impact factor 1.0 (Cited 4 times as at 02/07/2018).
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