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2016
Rankin A, Cooper J, Ryan C, Cadogan C, Smith SM, Clyne B, et al. The development of a Core Outcome Set (COS) for use in interventions aimed at improving appropriate polypharmacy in older people in primary care.International Day of the Older Person, 28th September 2016 at Riddle Hall, Belfast..; 2016.
Smith SM, O'Brien K, Cooper J, Moriarty F, Redmond P, Hughes CM, et al. The PIPc Study: development and validation of indicators of potentially inappropriate prescribing in children in primary care. SAPC Dublin Castle/RCSI 6th-8th of July 2016 . .; 2016.
Barry E, O'Brien K, Moriarty F, Cooper J, Redmond P, Hughes CM, et al. PIPc study: development of indicators of potentially inappropriate prescribing in children (PIPc) in primary care using a modified Delphi technique. BMJ Open. 2016;6(9).
Clyne B, Cooper J, Hughes CM, Fahey T, Smith SM. ‘Potentially inappropriate or specifically appropriate?’ Qualitative evaluation of general practitioners views on prescribing, polypharmacy and potentially inappropriate prescribing in older people. BMC Family Practice. 2016;17(1):1-9.
Cooper J, Moriarty F, Ryan C, Smith SM, Bennett K, Fahey T, et al. Potentially inappropriate prescribing in two populations with differing socio-economic profiles: a cross-sectional database study using the PROMPT criteria. European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 2016:1-9.
Moriarty F, Cooper J, Bennett K, Cahir C, Hughes CM, Fahey T. Potentially inappropriate prescribing (PIP) in two populations with differing socio-economic profiles: a cross-sectional database study using the PROMPT criteria. SPHeRE conference, RCSI, 29 February 2016 2016..; 2016.
Clyne B, Cooper J, Hughes CM, Fahey T, Smith SM. A process evaluation of a cluster randomised trial to reduce potentially inappropriate prescribing in older people in primary care (OPTI-SCRIPT study). Trials. 2016;17(1):1-15.
Clyne B, Smith SM, Hughes CM, Boland F, Cooper J, Fahey T, et al. Sustained effectiveness of a multifaceted intervention to reduce potentially inappropriate prescribing in older patients in primary care (OPTI-SCRIPT study). Implementation Science. 2016;11(79):1-8.