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Dr. Cara Usher
Visiting Research Fellow, Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

C. Usher, M. Teeling, K. Bennett, J. Feely, Effect of clinical trial publicity on HRT prescribing in Ireland, European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 1, 2006, p4 Journal Article, 2006

Cara Usher, Kathleen Bennett and John Feely, Prescription patterns in the elderly population in Ireland - 'new' versus 'old' medical card holders. , Irish Medical Journal, 97, (8), 2004, p234 - 236 Journal Article, 2004

Cara Usher, Kathleen Bennett, John Feely, Evidence for a gender and age variation in prescribing preventative cardiovascular therapies to the elderly in primary care. , Age and Ageing, 2004 Journal Article, 2004

Cara Usher, Kathleen Bennett, John Feely, Regional variation in the prescribing for diabetes and use of secondary preventative therapies in Ireland, Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety Journal Article,

Cara Usher, Lisa Creed, Kathleen Bennett, John Feely, Social and Geographical factors - Influential in the management of diabetes, Diabetic Medicine Journal Article,

Cara Usher, Mary Teeling, Kathleen Bennett, Bernie McGowan, John Feely, Usage of paracetamol-containing combination, British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology Journal Article,

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

Cara Usher, Kathleen Bennett and John Feely, Adherence to treatment in older people in primary care - a nested case control study. Meeting Abstract,

Cara Usher, Kathleen Bennett and John Feely, Evidence for a gender, age and social variation in prescribing cardiovascular therapies to the elderly in primary care. Meeting Abstract,

Cara Usher, Mary Teeling, Kathleen Bennett and John Feely., Effect of the women's health initiative trial on hormone replacement therapy prescribing. Meeting Abstract,

Research Expertise

Keywords

Age related diseases; Health status and inequalities; Patterns of health; PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGY; Pharmacology; Prescribing patterns; PRIMARY-CARE