Publications and Presentations

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De Paor M. Infectious Mononucleosis study overview. Irish Student Health Association (ISHA), Galway, 11th March 2017.; 2017.
Moriarty F. Medicines use by older people in Ireland: potentially inappropriate prescribing and future solutions. Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, 24th May 2017.; 2017.
Wallace E, Clyne B, Galvin R. Troubleshooting for your higher research degree. AUDGPI Early Career meeting UCD 30th November-1st December 2017..; 2017.
Moriarty F. Trends in prescribing for older Irish patients. Clinical pharmacist meeting, Saint-Vincent Hospital, Ottawa, 11th May 2017.; 2017.
Moriarty F. Medicines in older people in Ireland: potentially inappropriate prescribing and future solutions. April Research in Progress Rounds, Bruyère Research Institute, Ottawa, 27th April 17.; 2017.
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.
Moriarty F. Tackling potentially inappropriate prescribing. Irish Pharmacy News, August 2016.; 2016.
Smith SM. Improving outcomes for patients with multimorbidity. Dagens Medicine Conference. Copenhagan 31st May 2016.; 2016.
Fahey T. Family Medicine training in Ireland: opportunities for collaboration. 29th February 2016. Seminar Family Practice Unit, Mount Sinai Hospital..; 2016.
Fahey T. Open science meeting-Invited speaker. “Open science: routine clinical data for quality improvement & patient safety”. Open Science and Ireland, Royal Irish Academy, 28th June 2016.; 2016.
Smith SM. What do we know about multimorbidity and how to approach this in the future? National Conference on Multimorbidity. Hosted by Research Unit of Chronic Conditions, Bispebjerg University Hospital, Department of Public Health, University of Copenhagen. 31/05.; 2016.
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.
Holton A. Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force, Older People and Substance Use Seminar, NUI Galway “Alcohol and Alcohol Interactive (AI) Medicines in Older Adults” 10th November 2016.; 2016.
Connolly D, Garvey J, O'Toole L, Boland F, Smith SM. OptiMaL: A primary care- based intervention for people with multimorbidity. COTEC-ENOTHE NUI Galway, 15th -19th of June 2016. .; 2016.
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.
Moriarty F. Potentially inappropriate prescribing and adverse health outcomes in older people in primary care.. Research Brief 15. October 2016.; 2016.
Moriarty F. Potentially inappropriate prescribing: tools, trends and a target for medicines optimisation. 4th National Medicines Forum, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, 16 May 2016.; 2016.
Fahey T. Drug safety and potentially inappropriate prescribing. 24th February 2016. Seminar to Department of Family Medicine, Bruyère Research Institute, University of Ottawa.; 2016.
Moriarty F, Hardy C. Secular Trends in Polypharmacy and Prescribing Appropriateness: Clinical and Policy Implications. October 2015.; 2015.
Wallace E, Galvin R, Smith SM. Workshop for early career academics in primary care on systematic reviews. AUDGPI Conference, Belfast March 2015 .; 2015.
Fahey T. Clinical practice and research at the GP/hospital interface. 16th Annual Research Conference, Sligo University Hospital, 27th November 2015.; 2015.
Fahey T. The role of the general practitioner in a Seamless Health System, UL Hospitals Group & CHO Summit – The Future for Patients - a seamless Health Service. October 2015.; 2015.
Clyne B. OPTI-SCRIPT study - Optimising Prescribing for Older People in Primary Care: a cluster randomised controlled trial, TILDA Seminar. 25 Feb 2014.; 2014.
Smith SM, Soubhi H, Fortin M, Hudon C, O'Dowd T. An International Perspective on Designing Interventions For Multimorbidity in Primary Care. The Multiple Chronic Conditions Research Network, AHRQ, 23 April 2013, Maryland. USA.; 2013.
Smith SM. The Challenge of Multimorbidity. Meeting of the Donegal Clinical Society, 20 April 2013, Donegal.; 2013.
Higgins S, Fahey T. Implementing best evidence for patient care: Irish Primary Care Research Network (IPCRN). Royal Academy of Medicine In Ireland, GP Section seminar. 29th November 2012, RCSI, Dublin.; 2012.
Smith SM. Chronic Diseases: what happens when they come in multiples? RCSI Mini-med School Open Lecture series. RCSI, 29 February 2012, Dublin..; 2012.
O'Dowd T, Reulbach U. Growingup.ie – National Child Development Study. Donegal Clinical Society Annual Spring Meeting. 21 April 2012, Downings, Co. Donegal.; 2012.
Higgins S. Research network – What it can achieve; What are your requirements? ICGP Summer School Workshop on Managing Frailty in Patients in General Practice. 21 June 2012, Kilkenny..; 2012.
Smith SM. Multimorbidity: the research agenda? Division of Population Health Science, Academic Seminar Series, RCSI, 12 January 2012, Dublin..; 2012.

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