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Moriarty F. Potentially inappropriate medicines and potential prescribing omissions in older people Prevalence and association with healthcare use 22nd April 2014 St James’s.; 2014.
Moriarty F. Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing - a good barometer of Medication Safety? 28 June 2014 Royal Marine, Hotel Dun Laoghaire.; 2014.
Moriarty F, Fahey T, Cahir C, Bennett K. Potentially inappropriate medicines and potential prescribing omissions in older people and their association with healthcare utilization: a retrospective cohort study NAPCRG New York 21-24 Nov 2014.; 2014.
Cooper J, Moriarty F, Ryan C, Smith SM, Wallace E, Bennett K, et al. Potentially inappropriate prescribing in a middle-aged population: a cross-sectional study in Northern Ireland using the Enhanced Prescribing Database. Health Services Research & Pharmacy Practice Conference April 2015 .; 2015.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Kenny RA, Fahey T. Determining the Relationship between Potentially Inappropriate Medications and Quality of Life in a Cohort of Older People. SPHeRE Conference, RCSI Dublin, January 2015.; 2015.
Moriarty F, Hardy C, Bennett K, Smith SM, Fahey T. Trends in polypharmacy and prescribing appropriateness from 1997 to 2012. Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice (HSRPP) Conference, Belfast, 16/17th April 2015. Frank Moriarty Awarded Best Oral Presentation.; 2015.
Moriarty F, Hardy C, Bennett K, Smith SM, Fahey T. The rise and fall of potentially inappropriate prescribing: trends and interaction with polypharmacy over 15 years in Ireland. Society for Academic Primary Care 44th Annual Conference, University of Oxford, 8th July 2015.; 2015.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Kenny RA, Fahey T. Determining the relationship between potentially inappropriate medications and quality of life in a cohort of older people.IAGG-ER Congress 2015, Dublin.; 2015.
Moriarty F, Hardy C, Bennett K, Smith SM, Fahey T. Trends and interaction of potentially inappropriate prescribing and polypharmacy over 15 years in Ireland: a repeated cross-sectional study. Society for Social Medicine 59th Annual Scientific Meeting 2-4th September 2015.; 2015.
Moriarty F. Student research showcase - Managing access to medical innovation: strengthening the methodology-policy nexus. ISPOR 19th Annual European Congress, Vienna, 31st October 2016.. Vienna (31st October, 2016); 2016.
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.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Kenny RA, Fahey T. Potentially inappropriate prescribing and healthcare utilisation in older people: a cohort study using marginal structural models. Health Services Research & Pharmacy Practice (HSRPP) conference, University of Reading, 7-8 April 2016..; 2016.
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, Kenny RA, Fahey T. How does potentially inappropriate prescribing measured by STOPP and START relate to healthcare utilisation in older people? A cohort study. SAPC 6th -8th of July 2016 Dublin Castle/RCSI. (Elevator Pitch).; 2016.
Moriarty F. Thesis-in-3 Pharmacoepidemiology and economic evaluation of potentially inappropriate prescribing. RCSI School of Postgraduate Studies 10 Year Anniversary Conference. 9th September 2016.; 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.
Moriarty F, Bennett K, Cahir C, Kenny RA, Fahey T. Potentially inappropriate prescribing measured by STOPP and START and functional decline and quality of life in older people: a cohort study. ICPE. Convention Centre Dublin. 2016 August 25-28; .; 2016.
McCarthy C, Clyne B, Corrigan D, Boland F, Wallace E, Moriarty F, et al. Supporting prescribing in older people with multimorbidity and significant polypharmacy in primary care: baseline data. UCD: AUDGPI Early Careers Day meeting; 2017.; 2017.
McCarthy C, Clyne B, Corrigan D, Boland F, Wallace E, Moriarty F, et al. Supporting prescribing in older people with multimorbidity and significant polypharmacy in primary care. Warwick: Elevator Pitch SAPC ASM; 2017.; 2017.
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.
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.
Smith SM, Cardwell K, Clyne B, Moriarty F. Supporting prescribing in Irish primary care: a non-randomised pilot study of a General Practice Pharmacist (GPP) intervention to optimise prescribing in primary care. NAPCRG, Chicago, November 2018.; 2018.

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