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Within the Quality Use of Medicines Area

  • A study to investigate and identify risk factors associated with trace element deficiency in chronic diseases
    (Dr Karen Whitfield)
  • A study to investigate and identify risk factors associated with trace element deficiency in full term and premature neonates
    (Dr Karen Whitfield)
  • A study to investigate optimal dosing of ibuprofen for the management of patent ductus arteriosus in neonates
    (Dr Karen Whitfield)
  • A study to investigate optimal dosing strategies of propofol for short term procedures in neonates
    (Dr Karen Whitfield)
  • A study to investigate the optimal management of phantom limb pain
    (Dr Karen Whitfield)
  • Adherance and its relationship to patient beliefs towards their medicines
    (Dr Neil Cottrell)
  • Administration and adherence to paediatric medicine regimens
    (Dr Therese Kairuz)
  • Drugs levels in breast milk -  this will involve investigating specific medications and analysis of levels in breast milk and any clinical implications for the infant
    (Dr Karen Whitfield)
  • Drug usage evaluation - influencing prescription medication use across jurisdictional boundaries (eg. hospital/community; public/private) using multi-disciplinary teams
    (Professor Sue Tett
  • Drug utilisation and pharmaco-epidemiology in Australia
    (Dr Therese Kairuz)
  • Factors affecting prescribing and use of medicines, including the influence of various marketing strategies (eg. free prescription medicines samples), the influence of location (eg. rural, remote) and issues around consumer motivation and choice
    (Professor Sue Tett
  • International comparisons of medicines use, investigating pharmaceutical policy and other influences on usage
    (Professor Sue Tett
  • Key influences on the safe and effective prescribing and use of medicines
    (A/Prof. Lisa Nissen)
  • Medication taking behaviour during pregnancy and breast feeding (prescription and non prescription medications)
    (Dr Karen Whitfield)
  • Modifying solid dosage forms for patients with difficulties swallowing their medications: Quality use of medicines issues
    (A/Prof. Lisa Nissen and Dr Kathryn Steadman)
  • Patient compliance and perceptions of prescribed medicines
    (Dr Therese Kairuz)
  • Using linked population health data (from longitudinal cohort studies) to evaluate a number of questions of clinical interest eg. long term adverse consequences of specific medicines such as PPIs
    (Professor Sue Tett)
  • Long-term consequences of commonly used medicines
    (Dr Geeske Peeters and Professor Sue Tett)

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