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Published Journal Article
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.
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.
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.
Redmond P, Carroll H, Grimes T, Galvin R, McDonnell R, Boland F, et al. GPs’ and community pharmacists’ opinions on medication management at transitions of care in Ireland. Family Practice. 2016;33:172-178.
Clyne B, Smith SM, Hughes CM, Boland F, Bradley MC, Cooper J, et al. Effectiveness of a Multifaceted Intervention for Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing in Older Patients in Primary Care: A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial (OPTI-SCRIPT Study). Annals of Family Medicine . 2015;13(6):545-553.
Bradley MC, Padmanabhan S, Cahir C, Williams T, Fahey T, Hughes CM. Potentially inappropriate prescribing among older people in the United Kingdom. BMC Geriatics. 2014;14(72).
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.
Galvin R, Moriarty F, Cousins G, Cahir C, Motterlini N, Bradley MC, et al. Prevalence of potentially inappropriate prescribing and prescribing omissions in older Irish adults: findings from The Irish LongituDinal Study on Ageing study (TILDA). European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 2014.
Hughes CM, Cooper J, Ryan C. Going beyond the numbers – a call to redefine polypharmacy. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 2014;77(6).
Redmond P, Grimes T, McDonnell R, Boland F, Hughes CM, Fahey T. Interventions for improving medication reconciliation across transitions of care (Protocol). The Cochrane Collaboration. 2013.
Redmond P, Grimes T, McDonnell R, Boland F, Hughes CM, Fahey T. Tackling transitions in patient care: the process of medication reconciliation. Fam Pract. 2013;30(5):483-4.
Clyne B, Bradley MC, Motterlini N, Clear D, McDonnell R, Smith SM, et al. Effectiveness of medicines review with web-based pharmaceutical treatment algorithms in reducing potentially inappropriate prescribing in older people in primary care: a cluster randomized trial (OPTI-SCRIPT study protocol). BMC Trials. 2013;14(1):72.
Clyne B, Bradley MC, Smith SM, Hughes CM, Clear D, McDonnell R, et al. Addressing potentially inappropriate prescribing in older patients: Design and pilot study of an intervention in primary care. BMC Health Services Research. 2013;13(1):307.
Bradley MC, Fahey T, Cahir C, Bennett K, O'Reilly D, Parsons C, et al. Potentially inappropriate prescribing and cost outcomes for older people: a cross-sectional study using the Northern Ireland Enhanced Prescribing Database. Eur J Clin Pharmacol. 2012;68(10):1425-33.
Clyne B, Bradley MC, Hughes CM, Fahey T, Lapane KL. Electronic prescribing and other forms of technology to reduce inappropriate medication use and polypharmacy in older people: a review of current evidence. Clin Geriatr Med. 2012;28(2):301-22.
Poster Presentation
Munir K, Redmond P, O A, Clyne B, Grimes T, Hughes CM, et al. Opinions of key stakeholders on medication management at transitions of care in Ireland. Poster Presentation. RCSI Research Day February 2016, Dublin.; 2016.
Carroll H, Redmond P, Grimes T, Galvin R, McDonnell R, Boland F, et al. Cross-sectional survey of general practitioners’ and community pharmacists’ opinions on medication management at transitions of care in Ireland. RCSI Research Day. March 2015.; 2015.
Redmond P, Grimes T, McDonnell R, Boland F, Hughes CM, Fahey T. Medication Reconciliation - Unintentional discontinuation of long term medication post hospitalisation NAPCRG New York 21-24 Nov 2014.; 2014.
Clyne B, Smith SM, Hughes CM, Bradley MC, Boland F, Fahey T. Addressing potentially inappropriate prescribing in primary care: results from the OPTI-SCRIPT cluster randomised controlled trial. AUDGPI Cork 6-7March 2014.; 2014.
Clyne B, Smith SM, Hughes CM, Bradley MC, Boland F, Fahey T. Addressing potentially inappropriate prescribing in primary care: results from the OPTI-SCRIPT cluster randomised controlled trial. IGS October 2014.; 2014.
Clyne B, Bradley MC, Smith SM, Hughes CM, Fahey T. Feasibility of medicines review to reduce Potentially Inappropriate Medicines in the elderly: the OPTI-SCRIPT cluster randomized controlled trial. ISPOR 16th Annual European Congress, Dublin, November 2013.; 2013.
Galvin R, Cousins G, Cahir C, Motterlini N, Bradley MC, Hughes CM, et al. Prevalence of potentially inappropriate prescribing in older irish adults, TILDA 2013 Conference, 13 March 2013, Dublin.; 2013.
Oral Presentation
Redmond P, McDowell R, Grimes T, Boland F, Zarabzadeh A, McDonnell R, et al. Is hospitalisation associated with the unintentional discontinuation of appropriate long-term medication in the GP record? SAPC 6th -8th of July 2016 Dublin Castle/RCSI..; 2016.
Redmond P, McDonnell R, Grimes T, Boland F, Zarabzadeh A, Hughes CM, et al. Unintentional discontinuation of long term medication post hospitalisation. AUDGPI 10th March 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.
Clyne B, Smith SM, Hughes CM, Boland F, Bradley MC, Cooper J, et al. Effectiveness of a quality improvement intervention on potentially inappropriate prescribing in older patients in primary care: a cluster randomised controlled trial (the OPTI-SCRIPT study)(NAPCRG winner B Clyne from 2014) SAPC Oxford July 2015.; 2015.
Redmond P, Grimes T, McDonnell R, Boland F, Hughes CM, Fahey T. Interventions for improving medication reconciliation across transitions of care – systematic review. Oral Presentation. SAPC, Oxford, UK .; 2015.
Redmond P, Grimes T, McDonnell R, Boland F, Hughes CM, Fahey T. Medication Reconciliation Cohort Study – The potentially unintentional discontinuation of long term medication post hospitalisation. WONCA October 2015, Istanbul.; 2015.
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.

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