|Clark CM, Shaver AL, Aurelio LA, Feuerstein SG, Wahler RG, Daly CJ, Jacobs DM. Potentially Inappropriate Medication Prescribing and Associations with Healthcare Utilization and Costs in the United States. JAGS-0215-CI-Feb-20 Accepted 6-26-20 || |
|Baumgartner AD, Kunkes T, Clark CM, Brady LA, Monte SV, Singh R, Wahler RG Jr, Chen HW. Understanding the medication management system in primary care through an abstraction hierarchy: Opportunities and recommendations for improving medication safety. JMIR Human Factors. 2020;(forthcoming/in press). DOI: 10.2196/18103 Accepted 6-9-20. || |
|Clark CM, Monte SV, Hejna M, Wahler RG. Student pharmacist perceptions of the utility of a medication therapy management-based medication related falls risk assessment tool. The Senior Care Pharmacist. Accepted 5-4-20. ||Download |
|Kunkes T, Baumgartner A, Chen H, Singh R, Wahler RG, Clark CM, Brady L. Abstraction Hierarchy for Understanding the Primary Care Office to De-prescribe Medication in Older Adults. Accepted for presentation at 2020 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care March 8 – 11, 2020 Westin Harbour Castle Hotel Toronto, Ontario. || |
|Baumgartner AD, Clark CM, LaValley S, Wahler RG, Monte SV, Singh R. Interventions to deprescribe potentially inappropriate medications in the elderly: Lost in translation? J Clin Pharm Ther. 2020;45(3):453-461. ||Download |
|Brady L, Wahler RG, Brennan-Taylor M, LaValley S, Ranahan M, Clark CM, Monte SV, Singh R. An innovative partnership to address deprescribing in the older adults: a multi-stakeholder, cross system approach. Accepted for presentation at the 2019 NAPCRG Annual Meeting being held November 16-20 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. ||Download |
|Kunkes, T, Baumgartner, A, Chen, HYW, Singh, R, Wahler, R, Clark, C, Brady, L. Cognitive Work Analysis for Understanding the Primary Care Office to Deprescribe Medication in Older Adults: A Team Alice Study. Inter-University Workshop 20, Waterloo, ON, Canada. November 16, 2019. || |
Aurelio L, Clark CM, Feuerstein S, Shaver A, Wahler RG, Daly C, Jacobs DM. Prevalence and Predictors of Potentially Inappropriate Medication Prescribing among Older Adults in the United States: A Population-based Study. J Am Coll Clin Pharm. 2020;3(1):271. doi: 10.1002/jac5.1204.
|Daly C, Clark CM, Oddi A, Wahler RG, Leonard C, Jacobs DM. Comprehensive Medication Management for High Risk Patients in the Primary Care Setting: A Deprescribing Approach. Accepted for presentation at the 2019 American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting being held October 26-29, 2019 in New York, New York. ||Download |
Clark CM, Aurelio L, Feuerstein S, Shaver A, Wahler RG, Daly C, Jacobs DM. Potentially inappropriate medication prescribing is associated with increased healthcare utilization and costs among older adults in the United States. J Am Coll Clin Pharm. 2020;3(1):269-70. doi: 10.1002/jac5.1204.
- Best Poster Award Finalist, 40th American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting.
|LaValley S, Singh R, Wahler RG, Monte SV, Baumgartner A, Brady L, Jacobs D, Taylor JS, Verni C. Provider-identified barriers and facilitators to successful clinical pharmacist integration into primary care for deprescribing plans in older adults. North American Primary Care Research Group 2018 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. November 9-13, 2018. ||Download |
|Baumgartner, A, Verni C, LaValley S, Monte SV, Wahler RG, Singh R. A Review of Interventions to Reduce Polypharmacy in the Elderly: Lost in Translation? North American Primary Care Research Group 2018 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. November 9-13, 2018. ||Download |
|Wahler RG, Monte SV, Verni C, LaValley S, Clark CM, Baumgartner A, Gawronski C, Taylor JS, Singh R. Collaborative Drug Safety Management Capable of Deprescribing Across the Healthcare System. North American Primary Care Research Group 2017 Annual Meeting, Montréal, QC, CA. November 17-21, 2017. ||Download |
|Clark CM, Singh R, LaValley S, Mustafa E, Monte SV, Wahler RG. A Pharmacist-led Pilot Program to Facilitate Deprescribing in a Primary Care Clinic. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 2020;60(1):105-111. ||Download |