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Smith SM, Keogh C, Wallace E, Galvin R, O'Brien K, Fahey T. Developing a Web-based International Register of Clinical Prediction Rules for Primary Care. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG), 1-5 December 2012, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.; 2012.
Keogh C, Wallace E, O'Brien K, Galvin R, Smith SM, Fahey T. Developing a web-based international register of clinical prediction rules for primary care SAPC ASM, University of Nottingham, 3 – 5 July 2013, Nottingham, UK.; 2013.
Wallace E, Keogh C. Developing an International Register for CPRs: Identifying an Optimal Search Strategy & Quality Assessment of CPR Studies. International Clinical Prediction Rules Meeting, 27 November 2009, HRB Centre for Primary Care Research, Dublin.; 2009.
Keogh C, Wallace E, O'Brien K, Galvin R, Smith SM, Lewis C, et al. Developing an International Register of Clinical Prediction Rules for Use in Primary Care: A Descriptive Analysis. Ann of Fam Med. 2014;12(4):359-366.
Halfpenny S, Pirani Z, Keogh C, Wallace E, Fahey T. Development of an electronic register of clinical prediction rules relevant to primary care. RCSI Research Summer School Symposium, 8 October 2010, Dublin.; 2010.
Cooper J, Ryan C, Smith SM, Wallace E, Bennett K, Cahir C, et al. The development of the PROMPT (PRescribing Optimally in Middle-aged People’s Treatments) criteria. BMC Health Services Research. 2014;14.
Wallace E. Dissemination of CPRs: focus on Clinical Decision Support Systems. International Clinical Prediction Rules Meeting, 27 November 2009, HRB Centre for Primary Care Research, Dublin, Ireland.; 2009.
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Wallace E, Smith SM, and International Diagnostic Prognosis Prediction(IDAPP) gr. The IDAPP framework for the impact analysis of Clinical Prediction Rules (CPRs). SAPC 2011, 6-8 July 2011, Bristol, UK.; 2011.
Wallace E. Impact analysis of clinical prediction rules in primary care: a review. AUDGPI, Belfast - 5-6 March 2015. Winner of the James McCormack prize for ‘Best Research presentation’ and overall winner of academic travel bursary for best research project.; 2015.
Wallace E. Impact analysis studies and the evidence in relation to process and outcome of clinical care. Clinical Prediction Rules – International Working Group, 29-30 September 2010, Oxford, UK.; 2010.
Wallace E, Uijen M, Clyne B, Zarabzadeh A, Keogh C, Galvin R, et al. Impact analysis studies of clinical prediction rules relevant to primary care: a systematic review. BMJ Open. 2016;6:e009957(3).
Wallace E, McDowell R, Bennett K, Fahey T, Smith SM. Impact of Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing on Adverse Drug Events, Health Related Quality of Life and Emergency Hospital Attendance in Older People Attending General Practice: A Prospective Cohort Study. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2016.
Wallace E, McDowell R, Bennett K, Fahey T, Smith SM. Impact of potentially inappropriate prescribing on adverse health outcomes in community-dwelling older people: a prospective cohort study. SAPC 6th-8th of July 2016 Dublin Castle/RCSI..; 2016.
Keogh C, Wallace E, O'Brien K, Murphy PJ, Teljeur C, McGrath B, et al. International Register and Clinical Domains in Primary Care. Clinical Prediction Rules – International Forum for Diagnostic and Prognostic Strategies in Primary Care, 4 June 2010, HRB Centre for Primary Care Research, Dublin.; 2010.
Wallace E. International Register of Clinical Prediction Rules, methodological quality assessment and implementation strategies. AUDGPI 2011, Department of Public Health & Primary Care, Trinity College, RCPI, 20-21 January 2011, Dublin.; 2011.
Smith SM, Wallace E, O'Dowd T, Fortin M. Interventions for improving outcomes in patients with multimorbidity in primary care and community settings. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2016;(3).

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