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Research in Patient Care and Pharmacy Practice cluster is supported by several important multi-institutional grants such as NIHR (Care Homes Independent Pharmacist Prescribing Service (CHIPPS) and recently awarded CompreHensive geriAtRician-led MEdication Review (CHARMER) spanning across different faculties at UEA, other UK institutions and NNUH). The cluster’s work also includes considerable training initiatives, including Pre-registration Trainee Pharmacist Programme (ca. £1M) funded by High-Education East of England.
- Twigg, along with the international team of researchers, identified patterns of medications use in pregnancy from a multinational perspective, with emphasis on type of medication utilised and indication for use.
- Bhattacharya and Scott used behavioural determinants and their associated intervention components to develop a hospital deprescribing implementation framework (hDIF). Intervention components should be selected from the hDIF to provide a theory and evidence-based intervention tailored to hospital contexts.
- Considerable training activity (for Health Care professionals, pharmacists) and teaching innovations are developed within a grouping “Innovations in Pharmacy Education”.
This cluster is led by Prof Debi Bhattacharya and Prof David Wright
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Anticholinergic burden in older adult inpatients: patterns from admission to discharge and associations with hospital outcomesHerrero-Zazo, M., Berry, R., Bines, E., Bhattacharya, D., Myint, P. K. & Keevil, V. L., 6 May 2021, In: Therapeutic Advances in Drug Safety. 12, p. 1-13 13 p.
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Scott, S., May, H., Patel, M., Wright, D. J. & Bhattacharya, D., Mar 2021, In: Age and Ageing. 50, 2, p. 581–586 6 p.
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A realist synthesis of pharmacist-conducted medication reviews in primary care after leaving hospital: what works for whom and why?Luetsch, K., Rowett, D. & Twigg, M., 1 May 2021, In: BMJ Quality and Safety. 30, 5, p. 418-430 13 p., 011418.
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