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M.Sc. in Community Pharmacy

Previous research projects

Fitzgerald, Dean (2016). Retrospective investigation of benzodiazepine and Z-drug dispensing patterns.
Flynn, Gerard (2015). A comparison of depression websites for readability and quality.
Gilsenan, David (2015). A review of compliance with Misuse of Drugs Regulations prescription requirements in Ireland.
Hogan, Denise (2015). An exploration of Irish pharmacists’ awareness of and attitudes towards supplementary and independent prescribing.
Kennedy, Kate (2015). A study of the influence of government pricing policies and interventions on patients’ medicine use.
McCarthy, Eileen (2015). Is there a role for the community pharmacist in the education of dyslipidaemic patients?
Owens, Michelle (2015). Medication shortages in community pharmacy.
McAleenan, Jean (2013). Investigating the views of service users on needle exchange in an Irish community pharmacy setting.
Reast, Aisling (2013). Health screening in community pharmacies in Ireland: a feasibility study.
Reilly, Paula (2013). Evaluation of a pharmacy based winter flu vaccination service.
Fallon, John (2012). POM to P/PS category switch medicines.
Rennick, Mary (2012). Medication adherence in community pharmacy patients.
Cleary, Dan (2010). Community pharmacy: a professional business.
McDonnell, Ruth (2010). Cost of medicines in Ireland: a community pharmacy perspective.
Nevin, Amanda (2010). The role of the community pharmacist in promoting the usage of generic medications in the Irish healthcare system.
Ní Sheachnasaigh, Eimear (2010). Private consultation areas in the community pharmacy setting in Ireland.
O'Dowd, Deirdre (2010). Pharmacist-led vaccination service.
O'Rourke, Aoife (2010). Hormone replacement therapy prescribing in the decade 2000-2010.
Parkin, Rebecca (2010). Elderly patients and their medicines.
Sheridan, Karen (2010). Studies on hypertension and measuring blood pressure in community pharmacy in Ireland.
Duggan, Michelle (2009).  Assessment of healthcare interactions and referrals by non-pharmacist staff members in community pharmacy.
Rogers, Siobhan (2009).  Community-based mental healthcare: Communication with the community pharmacist.
Hoctor, Elizabeth (2008). Attitudes of pharmacists towards continuing education and continuing professional development.
Leahy, Amanda (2008). Health and safety in community pharmacy.
Murphy, Anne (2008). Asthma treatment and management as seen in a community pharmacy.
O'Brien, Joanne (2008). Cost of patients' own unused drugs in the acute hospital setting.
Wilson-Downey, Therese (2008). The introduction of generic substitution and increased generic drug use at a community hospital.
Dalton, Bridget (2006). Patient medication review by a community pharmacist in Ireland.
de Brún, Colm (2006). Relations, records and role: The community pharmacist and the general practitioner.
Foley, Frances (2006). Children's perceptions of medicines in Ireland and the role of parents, teachers and pharmacists as educators of children about medicines.
Murphy, Maria (2006). Quality of health information on the internet.
Weir, Catherine (2006). Screening for diabetes in community pharmacy.
Harte, Robert (2005). A retrospective study of benzodiazepine prescriptions dispensed in a community pharmacy.
Clancy, Gareth (2004). Proton pump inhibitors and eradication therapies.
Crosse, Anna (2004). Potential interactions between herbal medicines and conventional medicines among adults in a community pharmacy setting.
O'Brien, Marie (2004). Pharmacists and community care in intellectual disabilities.
O'Reilly, Colette (2004). Health promotion in community pharmacy.
O'Driscoll, Sheila (2004). Impact of pharmacist intervention on secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease.
Stenson, Noel (2004). A study of clinical interventions made by a community pharmacy service in a rural location.