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Researcher: Reeve, J (Mr James Reeve)

Fields of Research

Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
Pharmaceutical sciences
Health informatics and information systems
Basic pharmacology
Health services and systems
Primary health care

Research Objectives

Other health
Preventive medicine
Health education and promotion
Clinical health
Nursing
Evaluation of health outcomes

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A system for the recording, transmission and assessment of value of community pharmacists' clinical interventions (the PROMISe project); National Medicines Symposium 2006 - Quality use of medicines: balancing beliefs, benefits and harms
Academic detailing of general practitioners to promote appropriate prescribing for older people and involve general practitioners in community education; Conjoint Meeting of ASCEPT and APSA 1998
An electronic prompt in dispensing software to promote clinical interventions by community pharmacists: A randomised controlled trial; British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
Case studies in Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics; University of Tasmania
Community Pharmacy Medication Incident and Reporting Management System (CPMIRMS) (PROMISe)
Development and evaluation of a computer-assisted instruction package in clinical pharmacology for nursing students; Computers In Nursing
Development and evaluation of a web-based learning resource for medication error prevention; Australian Pharmacist
Development and evaluation of an online program for medication error prevention; 8th World Conference on Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Development and evaluation of information technology solutions to improve medication use
Evaluation of clinical interventions within community pharmacy (PROMISs II)
Programme to improve the use of drugs in older people and involve general practitioners in community education; Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics
The economic impact of clinical interventions in Australian community pharmacy (the PROMISe project); Joint meeting of ASCEPT and APSA
Use of a decision support prompt in pharmacy dispensing software to promote clinical interventions by pharmacists; Joint meeting of ASCEPT and APSA
Use of prompt in pharmacy dispensing software to promote clinical interventions by pharmacists; National Medicines Symposium 2006 - Quality use of medicines: balancing beliefs, benefits and harms

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision