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Walsh M, Boland F, Moriarty F, Fahey T. Changes in potentially inappropriate prescribing following hospitalisations for falls and fractures in older adults in Ireland. Fragility Falls Network Congress 2019, Oxford, 27th-31st August 2019.; 2019.
Moriarty F, Barry A, Kenny RA, Fahey T. Characterising aspirin use in cardiovascular disease in older adults: findings from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing. AUDGPI 2019 Joint Scientific Meeting, RCSI, 28th-1st March 2019.; 2019.
Moriarty F, Barry A, Kenny RA, Fahey T. Characterising aspirin use in cardiovascular disease in older adults: findings from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing. All Ireland Pharmacy Conference, Louth, 15th October 2019.; 2019.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Fahey T. Characterising potentially inappropriate prescribing of proton pump inhibitors in community-dwelling older people in Ireland from 1997 to 2012. RCSI Research Day 25th February 2016..; 2016.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Fahey T. Characterising potentially inappropriate prescribing of proton pump inhibitors in older people in primary care from 1997 to 2012 in Ireland. 3rd Annual SPHeRE Network conference, January 12th 2017; RCSI.; 2016.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Fahey T. Characterizing Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing of Proton Pump Inhibitors in Older People in Primary Care in Ireland from 1997 to 2012. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2016;64(12).
Nerdrum M, Moriarty F, Fahey T, Walsh M. Co-morbidities associated with fracture risk in older adults attending primary care in Ireland: A cross-sectional study. Irish Hip Fracture Meeting, Dublin, 12th November 2019 (RCSI Research Summer School Programme).; 2019.
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Moriarty F, Cahir C, Bennett K, Fahey T. The economic impact of potentially inappropriate prescribing and its adverse effects in older people. 8th All Ireland Pharmacy Conference, Ballymascanlon House Hotel, 16-17th October 2017.; 2017.
Moriarty F, Cahir C, Bennett K, Fahey T. Economic impact of potentially inappropriate prescribing and related adverse events in older people: a cost-utility analysis using Markov models. BMJ Open. 2019;9(1).
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Fahey T. Economic impact of potentially inappropriate prescribing in older people in Ireland: a Markov model study. 3rd Annual SPHeRE Network conference RCSI January 12th 2017.; 2016.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Fahey T. Economic impact of potentially inappropriate prescribing in older people: a Markov modelling study. Health Services Research & Pharmacy Practice (HSRPP) conference, University of Nottingham, 10th-11th April 2017.; 2017.
Cardwell K, Clyne B, Moriarty F, Wallace E, Fahey T, Boland F. Effectivness of the General Practice Pharmacist (GPP) intervention: a non-randomised pilot study. AUDGPI 2019 Joint Scientific Meeting, RCSI, 28th-1st March 2019.; 2019.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Fahey T. Evaluating the economic impact of potentially inappropriate prescribing in older people in Ireland using a Markov modelling approach. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) European Congress; 31st October 2016..; 2016.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Fahey T. Evaluating the economic impact of potentially inappropriate prescribing in older people in Ireland using a Markov modelling approach. RCSI Research Day, 7th March 2018.; 2018.
McDowell R, Bennett K, Moriarty F, Clarke S, Barry M, Fahey T. An evaluation of prescribing trends and patterns of claims within the Preferred Drugs Initiative in Ireland (2011-2016): an interrupted time-series study. BMJ Open. 2018;8(4).
Walsh M, Moriarty F, Boland F, Fahey T. An exploration of modification of potentially inappropriate prescribing and potential prescribing omissions following fall-related hospitalisations. Irish Gerontological Society 66th Annual & Scientific Meeting, Cavan 27th-29th September 2018.; 2018.

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