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Researcher: Veal, FC (Ms Felicity Veal)

Fields of Research

Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice
Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Clinical and Sports Nutrition

Research Objectives

Clinical Health (Organs, Diseases and Abnormal Conditions)
Health
Health Related to Ageing
Preventive Medicine
Human Biological Preventatives (e.g. Vaccines)

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Author's Reply to Zekry and Inderjeeth: 'Pain in the Frail or Elderly Patient: Does Tapentadol Have a Role?'; Drugs Aging
Pain and functionality following sternotomy: a prospective 12-month observational study; Pain Medicine
Pain in the frail or elderly patient: does tapentadol have a role?; Drugs and Aging
Pain intensity and pain self-management strategies following discharge after surgery: An Australian prospective observational study; Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics
Pain intensity and pain self-management strategies following discharge after surgery: An Australian prospective observational study; Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics
Pain should not be a normal part of ageing; Australian Pharmacist
Paracetamol should remain the first line option for persistent pain; BMJ
Persistent pain management in Australian general practice; Australian Journal of Primary Health
Pharmacological management of pain in Australian Aged Care Facilities; Age and Ageing
Subacute pain as a predictor of long-term pain following orthopedic surgery: an Australian prospective 12 month observational cohort study; Medicine
Use of opioid analgesics in older Australians; Pain Medicine

Research Projects

Does hospital opioid prescribing increase the risk of chronic opioid use?; Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation (RHHRF)
Management of post-operative pain and the progression to persistent post-operative pain; Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation (RHHRF)
A review of complex drug processes for the Department of Human Services

Research Candidate Supervision