Deprescribing: Research Repository
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NameEmailPhone NumberPrimary InstitutionAffiliationsSpecializationResearch Address
Deprescribing Specializations
Current/Ongoing Research Projects
Upcoming Projects
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Frank MoriartyRoyal College of Surgeons in IrelandThe Irish Longitudinal Study on AgeingPharmacoepidemiologyMercer Building, Noel Purcell Walk, Dublin 2, IrelandObservational analysis of routine data, economic evaluationEconomic evaluation of deprescribing interventions using Markov models
Evaluating effect of pharmacists in general practice on optimal prescribing and deprescribing
Medication deprescribing after falls among older community-dwelling adults
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Chris ChangKaiser PermanenteUC Berkeley HaasGeriatric PharmacyOakland, CaliforniaDM, HTN, NSAIDs, patient engagement
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Wade ThompsonUniversity of Southern DenmarkResearch Unit of General PracticeGeriatric pharmcotherapyJB Winsløwsvej 9, Odense, DKShared decision-makingUsing health registry data to capture long-term outcomes of deprescribing, developing shared decision-making frameworks for deprescribing
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Michael SteinmanUniversity of California, San FranciscoSF VA Medical CenterGeriatrics4150 Clement St #181G, San Francisco CA 94121, USAObservational studiesChanges in medication use in the peri-hospitalization period; clinician and patient perspectives on medication-related problems; multimorbidity
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Nicola McClearyOttawa Hospital Research Institute, Ottawa, CanadaUniversity of Ottawa, Ottawa, CanadaImplementation Science & Healthcare Provider Behaviour ChangeClinical Epidemiology Program, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, The Ottawa Hospital - General Campus, 501 Smyth Road, Room L1202, Box 711, Ottawa, ON, K1H 8L6, Canada
Audit & feedback to facilitate deprescribing of high-risk medications in long-term care; Assessing barriers and facilitators to deprescribing behaviour change
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Márcio Galvão Oliveiramgalvao@ufba.brMultidisciplinary Health InstituteFederal University of Bahia, BrazilGeriatric PharmacyInstituto Multidisciplinar em Saúde
Rua Hormindo Barros, 58, Quadra 17, Lote 58
Bairro Candeias | CEP: 45.029-094
Vitória da Conquista - BA | Brazil
Use of technology to improve prescription in the elderly. Translation and adaptation of drug prescription algorithms into Brazilian PortugueseUsing a Mobile Application as a Support at the Prescription of Appropriate Medications for Elderly
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Michael R. Gionfriddomgionfriddo@geisinger.eduGeisingerShared Decision Making & systematic reviewsPrecision Health Center 190 Welles Street Suite 128 Forty Fort PA 18704Asthma step-downPractical Guidance for deprescribing medications which cause cognitive impairment
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Lorenz Van der Lindenlorenz.vanderlinden@uzleuven.beUniversity Hospitals Leuven (UZ Leuven)Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Leuven, BelgiumGeriatric pharmacotherapyUniversity Hospitals Leuven (UZ Leuven), Herestraat 49, 3000 Leuven, BelgiumClinical pharmacy interventions for geriatric inpatients; bed-side care; academic detaling; use of CDSSAfib undertreatment; over-use of aspirin in Afib; over-use of hypnotic drugsTwo separate cohort studies to characterize (drug-related) ED visits and (re)admissions
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Janine Diehl-Schmidjanine.diehl-schmid@tum.deTechnichal University of Munich, GermanyGerontopsychiatry/ NeuropsychiatryDeprescribing antipschotics in dementiaEPYLOGE: Description of pharmacoligical treatment in advanced dementia; READY: Reduction of Antipsychotics in dementia in LTC
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