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Fahey T. Evidence-based diagnosis and primary care. Invited Lecture, Institute for Social and Preventative Medicine (ISPM), October 2008, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland.; 2008.
Fahey T. Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing (PIP): evidence and potential solutions. Bristol Social Medical Seminar May 2014.; 2014.
Fahey T. Epidemiology of the quality and safety of medicines in primary care: impact on patient outcomes. 9th March 2016. Seminar to Department of Family Medicine, University of British Columbia, presentation at research rounds.; 2016.
Fahey T. Enhancing drug safety with Information & Communication Technology (ICT).2010 Summer Scientific Meeting, 24-25 May 2010, Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland.; 2010.
Fahey T. Potentially Inappropriate Medicines: the importance of research evidence in terms of clinical practice and health policy. Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice (HSRPP) Conference, Belfast, 16/17th April 2015..; 2015.
Fahey T. Stages of assessment of a CPR. International Clinical Prediction Rules Meeting, 27 November 2009, HRB Centre for Primary Care Research, Dublin, Ireland.; 2009.
Fahey T, Van der Lei J. Producing and Using Clinical Prediction Rules. In: The Evidence Base of Clinical Diagnosis: Theory and methods of diagnostic research, Second Edition. Second Edition. Blackwell Publishing Ltd; 2009.
Fahey T. Family Medicine training in Ireland: opportunities for collaboration. 29th February 2016. Seminar Family Practice Unit, Mount Sinai Hospital..; 2016.
Fahey T. Implementing Clinical Prediction Rules in primary care: evidence, challenges and possible solutions. Keynote speaker: Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers. July 1-2, 2010. University of Birmingham, UK.; 2010.
Fahey T. Overview of activities at the Department of General Practice and HRB Centre for Primary Care Research, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Beaux Lane House. 16-17 September 2014.; 2014.
Fahey T. Essential Ingredients for Successful Clinical Research. 5th Annual Graduate Entry Medical School (GEMS) Research Forum. UL Medical Research Forum, UL School of Medicine. 3 February 2012, Limerick.; 2012.
Fahey T. Enhancing rational and safe prescribing in primary care. Second National Medicines Forum: Medicines management: the safe, effective and cost effective use of medicines to improve patient care. RCPI,Thursday Nov 28th 2013. Dublin.; 2013.
Fahey T. Epidemiology of the quality and safety of medicines in primary care: impact on patient outcomes. 25th February 2016. Seminar to the Department of Family & Community Medicine (DCFM), University of Toronto.; 2016.
Fahey T. Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing in older people: Irish and UK epidemiology and proposed solutions. Pharmacoepidemiology symposium: spanning the spectrum from research to policy. Centre for Health Improvement, 25 October 2011, Queen’s Univ Belfast.; 2011.
Fahey T, Smith SM. Retraction of statins article is not in the public interest: better characterisation of benefits and risks is crucial. BMJ. 2014;348(g4028).
Fahey T. Connected health: collaborative opportunities for ICON and academia. ICON Dec 16th 2013. Dublin.; 2013.
Fahey T. Epidemiology of the quality and safety of medicines in primary care: impact on patient outcomes. 24th February 2016. Clinical Epidemiology Seminar, University of Ottawa, Centre for Practice-Changing Research (CPCR), The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute,.; 2016.
Fahey T. How research participation enhances patient care. National Primary Care Conference, 17 November 2011, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork.; 2011.
Fahey T. Assembling the evidence for patient centred care. BMJ. 2014;349(g4855).
Fahey T. Why evidence still matters to general practice: James Mackenzie Lecture 2019. British Journal of General Practice. 2020;70(693):198-199.
Fahey T. Clinical prediction rules in cancer diagnosis NCRI Conference in Liverpool Nov 3-6th 2013.; 2013.
Fahey T. Drug safety and potentially inappropriate prescribing. 24th February 2016. Seminar to Department of Family Medicine, Bruyère Research Institute, University of Ottawa.; 2016.