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Article

Donovan, Gemma, Hall, Nicola, Ling, Jonathan, Smith, Felicity and Wilkes, Scott (2022) Influencing medication taking behaviors using automated two‐way digital communication: A narrative synthesis systematic review informed by the Behavior Change Wheel. British Journal of Health Psychology. ISSN 1359-107X

Hall, Nicola, Bullen, Kathryn, Sherwood, John, Wake, Nicola, Wilkes, Scott and Donovan, Gemma (2022) Exploration of prescribing error reporting across primary care: a qualitative study. BMJ Open, 12 (1). ISSN 2044-6055

Donovan, Gemma, Parkin, Lindsay, Brierley-Jones, Lyn and Wilkes, Scott (2021) Supporting patients with unlicensed medicine use: Analysing the script schemas for prescribing, pharmaceutical assessment and supply. Exploratory Research in Clinical and Social Pharmacy, 2. p. 100017. ISSN 2667-2766

Bullen, Kathryn, Hall, Nicola, Sherwood, John, Wake, Nicola and Donovan, Gemma (2020) Prescribing error reporting in primary care: a narrative synthesis systematic review. Integrated Healthcare, 2 (e00002). ISSN 2399-5351

Donovan, Gemma, Hall, Nicola, Ling, Jonathan, Smith, Felicity and Wilkes, Scott (2020) Co-design of a new community pharmacy delivered text message intervention with patients and professionals to support medicines adherence. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 28 (S1). p. 24. ISSN 2042-7174

Hall, Nicola, Bullen, Kathryn, Wake, Nicola, Sherwood, John, Wilkes, Scott and Donovan, Gemma (2020) Facilitating patient safety: key barriers and facilitators to prescribing error reporting and learning across primary care [Poster Abstract]. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 28 (S1). p. 27. ISSN 2042-7174

Hall, Nicola, Bullen, Kathryn, Wake, Nicola, Sherwood, John, Wilkes, Scott and Donovan, Gemma (2020) Prescribing error reporting: Facilitating learning and patient safety across primary care [Conference abstract]. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 29 (S2). pp. 21-11. ISSN 1099-1557

Donovan, Gemma, Hall, Nicola, Ling, Jonathan, Smith, Felicity and Wilkes, Scott (2019) Co-design of a new text message intervention with patients and professionals to support medicines adherence [conference abstract]. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 15 (12). e43-e43. ISSN 1551-7411

Donovan, Gemma, Brown, Andrew, Von Hatten, Emily, Armstrong, Catherine and Hardisty, Jessica (2019) Introducing pharmacy students to the structure and function of general practice through undergraduate placements. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. ISSN 1877-1297

Donovan, Gemma, Hall, Nicola, Smith, Felicity, Ling, Jonathan and Wilkes, Scott (2018) Can a two-way automated patient contact intervention improve adherence to medicines? A systematic review. Pharmacy Practice, 16 (Suppl1). p. 7. ISSN 1885-642X

Dew, Rosie, King, Kathryn, Okosieme, Onyebuchi, Pearce, Simon, Donovan, Gemma, Taylor, Peter, Hickey, Janis, Dayan, Colin, Leese, Graham, Razvi, Salman and Wilkes, Scott (2018) Attitudes and perceptions of health professionals towards management of hypothyroidism in general practice: a qualitative interview study. BMJ Open. ISSN 2044-6055

Donovan, Gemma, Parkin, Lindsay, Brierley-Jones, Lyn and Wilkes, Scott (2018) Unlicensed medicines use: A UK guideline analysis using AGREE II. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. ISSN 2042-7174

Hall, Nicola, Donovan, Gemma and Wilkes, Scott (2018) A qualitative synthesis of pharmacist, other health professional and lay perspectives on the role of Community Pharmacy in facilitating care for people with long-term conditions. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. ISSN 1551-7411

Donovan, Gemma, Foster, Stephen, Herscovitz, Marc, Griffiths, Andrew and Slark, Denise (2017) An integrated pathway to access medicines for the palliative care patient in crisis in the out-of-hours period. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care, 7 (3). pp. 364-365.

Dew, Rosie, King, Kathryn, Okosieme, Onyebuchi E, Pearce, Simon, Donovan, Gemma, Taylor, Peter, Leese, Graham, Hickey, Janis, Razvi, Salman, Dayan, Colin and Wilkes, Scott (2017) Patients’ attitudes and perceptions towards treatment of hypothyroidism in general practice: an in-depth qualitative interview study. BJGP Open. ISSN 2398-3795

Ashton, Francesca, Rokib, Tahmina and Donovan, Gemma (2016) Can an experiential learning programme promote reflective learning in undergraduate pharmacy students? A qualitative evaluation. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 24 (S3). p. 72. ISSN 2042-7174

Donovan, Gemma, Parkin, Lindsay, Brierley-Jones, Lyn and Wilkes, Scott (2016) Use of unlicensed medicines by prescribers, pharmacists and patients across primary and secondary care: A qualitative study. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 24 (S3). p. 9. ISSN 2042-7174

Gratton, Eleanor and Donovan, Gemma (2016) An evaluation of the impact of an integrated dietitian-led service on economic, clinical and patient satisfaction outcomes in patients prescribed oral nutritional supplements. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 25. pp. 10-11. ISSN 1099-1557

Donovan, Gemma and Paudyal, Vibhu (2016) England's Healthy Living Pharmacy (HLP) initiative: Facilitating the engagement of pharmacy support staff in public health. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 12 (2). pp. 281-292. ISSN 1551-7411

Donovan, Gemma, Parkin, Lindsay and Wilkes, Scott (2015) Special unlicensed medicines: what we do and do not know about them. British Journal of General Practice, 65 (641). pp. 861-863. ISSN 0960-1643

Donovan, Gemma, Wake, Nicola and Williamson, Steve (2009) FMEA: a new approach to manage high risk medicines. The British Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 1. pp. 329-332.

Monograph

Donovan, Gemma, Parkin, Lindsay, Brierley-Jones, Lyn, Benson, Anne and Wilkes, Scott (2016) Exploring Multidisciplinary use of Unlicensed Medicines across Primary and Secondary Care (EMULSION). Project Report. UNSPECIFIED.

Conference or Workshop Item

Donovan, Gemma, Hall, Nicola, Ling, Jonathan, Smith, Felicity and Wilkes, Scott (2017) Can a two-way automated patient contact intervention improve adherence to medicines? A systematic review. In: CBC Conference 2018 4th Annual Conference - Behaviour Change for Health: Digital & Beyond, 21st - 22nd February 2018, Senate House, London. (Unpublished)

Donovan, Gemma, Hall, Nicola, Ling, Jonathan, Smith, Felicity and Wilkes, Scott (2017) Can a two-way automated patient contact intervention improve adherence to medicines? A systematic review protocol. In: SAPC North 2017, 23rd - 24th November 2017, Kendal.

Donovan, Gemma, Byrne, Tom, Rokib, Tahmina and Bullen, Kathryn (2016) Development of an Experiential Learning Programme for Pharmacy Students. In: Pharmacy Education Conference 2016, 27 Jun 2016, University of Manchester.

Donovan, Gemma (2016) To boldly go...and research with someone different. In: Bench to Bedside: Drug Therapy, Pharmacy and Health, 1 Jul 2016, Durham University, School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health, Queen's Campus. (Unpublished)

Donovan, Gemma, Parkin, Lindsay, Brierley-Jones, Lyn and Wilkes, Scott (2016) How are unlicensed medicines used in practice by prescribers, pharmacists and patients across primary and secondary care? In: Society for Academic Primary Care 45th annual scientific meeting, 6-8 Jul 2016, Dublin Castle, Dublin.

Donovan, Gemma, Parkin, Lindsay, Brierley-Jones, Lyn and Wilkes, Scott (2016) What is the quality and content of published UK guidelines on the use of ULMs? In: Society for Academic Primary Care 45th annual scientific meeting, 6-8 Jul 2016, Dublin Castle, Dublin. (Unpublished)

Donovan, Gemma (2015) Research Fundamentals: getting in to research and developing your career. In: UKCPA Autumn Symposium 2015, 13 - 14 Nov 2015, The Mariott Hotel, Leicester. (Unpublished)

Donovan, Gemma, Parkin, Lindsay, Brierley-Jones, Lyn and Wilkes, Scott (2015) Unlicensed medicines use in the UK: A systematic review and quality assessment of published guidelines. In: UKCPA Autumn Symposium 2015, 13 - 14 Nov 2015, The Marriott Hotel, Leicester.

Donovan, Gemma (2015) Exploring Multidisciplinary Use of unLicenSed medicines In primary and secONdary care. In: Primary Care Research Forum, 24th September 2015, Marriott Hotel, Metro Centre, Gateshead.

Donovan, Gemma and Armstrong, Catherine (2015) Pharmacy Placements in General Practice. In: Royal Pharmaceutical Society Annual Conference 2015, 13 - 14 Sep 2015, International Convention Centre, Birmingham.

Donovan, Gemma and Paudyal, Vibhu (2014) Training needs of support staff to deliver the Healthy Living Pharmacy (HLP) initiative: a qualitative study. In: UKCPA Autumn Symposium 2014, 21 - 22 Nov 2014, Crowne Plaza, Nottingham.

Donovan, Gemma and Paudyal, Vibhu (2014) Perspectives of Healthy Living Pharmacy support staff on integration of public health activities into traditional pharmacy roles: A qualitative study. In: Royal Pharmaceutical Society Conference 2014, 7th - 8th September 2014, International COnvention Centre, Birmingham.

Thesis

Donovan, Gemma (2014) A STUDY TO EXPLORE PERSPECTIVES OF PHARMACY SUPPORT STAFF ON THE HEALTHY LIVING PHARMACY INITIATIVE. Masters thesis, Robert Gordon University.

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