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- The extent of medication errors and adverse drug reactions throughout the patient journey in acute care in Australia.Int J Evid Based Healthc. 2016; 14: 113-122
- Bringing patients’ own medications into an emergency department by ambulance: effect on prescribing accuracy when these patients are admitted to hospital.Med J Aust. 2009; 191: 374-377
- Systematic review of the use of patients’ own medications in acute care institutions.J Clin Pharm Ther. 2006; 31: 541-563
- Comprehensive identification of medication-related problems occurring prior to, during and after emergency department presentation: an Australian multicentre prospective observational study.Emerg Med Austral. 2020; 32: 457-465
- Medication errors in elderly acute care – a systematic review.Scand J Caring Sci. 2014; 28: 12-28
- Accuracy of medication information sources compared to the best possible medication history for patients presenting to the emergency department.Emerg Med Austral. 2018; 30: 654-661
- Bedside medication lockers: the hidden danger upon discharge.J Pharm Pract Res. 2015; 45: 302-305
- An intervention to encourage ambulance paramedics to bring patients' own medications to the ED: impact on medications brought in and prescribing errors.Emerg Med Austral. 2010; 22: 151-158
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- Physicians' and pharmacists' use of My Health Record in the emergency department: results from a mixed-methods study.Health Inf Sci Syst. 2021; 9: 19
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- Accuracy of medication histories derived from an Australian cloud-based repository of prescribed and dispensed medication records.Intern Med J. 2023; https://doi.org/10.1111/imj.15857
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