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Yellow card reports associated with use of natural health products in children: an exploratory analysis. (2015)
Journal Article
NDU, O., STRATH, A. and DIACK, L. 2015. Yellow card reports associated with use of natural health products in children: an exploratory analysis. European journal of integrative medicine [online], 7(6), page 693. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eujim.2015.11.013

Abstract of a presentation given at the Research council for complementary medicine 2015 conference (RCCM): demonstrating the value of integrative medicine, 10 September, London, UK.

User-perceived effectiveness and safety of paediatric complementary and alternative medicines: perspectives from international, British and local Scottish outcomes studies. (2015)
Thesis
NDU, O.O. 2015. User-perceived effectiveness and safety of paediatric complementary and alternative medicines: perspectives from international, British and local Scottish outcomes studies. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

In the light of the current patient-centred approach to healthcare delivery, this research investigated the effectiveness and safety of paediatric complementary and alternative medicines (CAMs) from the users' perspective in order to generate suitabl... Read More about User-perceived effectiveness and safety of paediatric complementary and alternative medicines: perspectives from international, British and local Scottish outcomes studies..

The use of complementary and alternative medicine among children in Aberdeen: an outcomes-based cross-sectional survey. (2015)
Presentation / Conference
NDU, O., STRATH, A. and DIACK, L. 2015. The use of complementary and alternative medicine among children in Aberdeen: an outcomes-based cross-sectional survey. Presented at the 2015 Complementary and alternative medicine strategy for research and development conference (CAMSTRAND 2015), 9-10 June 2015, London, UK.

The use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in paediatric subjects is increasing globally. However, most of the data available in the UK is based on hospital-based studies; and studies of such use in the general population are scarce. Als... Read More about The use of complementary and alternative medicine among children in Aberdeen: an outcomes-based cross-sectional survey..

A mixed methods investigation into aspects of medication wastage in Malta. (2015)
Thesis
WEST, L.M. 2015. A mixed methods investigation into aspects of medication wastage in Malta. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

Reducing medication wastage is a paramount objective in promoting appropriate utilisation of finite resources and preventing negative consequences. The aim of this research was to investigate aspects of medication wastage in Malta by applying mixed m... Read More about A mixed methods investigation into aspects of medication wastage in Malta..

Access to medicines in remote and rural areas: a survey of residents in the Scottish Highlands and Western Isles. (2015)
Journal Article
RUSHWORTH, G.F., DIACK, L., MACROBBIE, A., MUNOZ, S.-A., PFLEGER, S., STEWART, D. 2015. Access to medicines in remote and rural areas: a survey of residents in the Scottish Highlands and Western Isles. Public health [online], 129(3), pages 244-251. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2015.01.005

Objectives: Sparsely populated areas are potentially predisposed to health inequalities due to limited access to services. This study aimed to explore and describe issues of access to medicines and related advice experienced by residents of the Scott... Read More about Access to medicines in remote and rural areas: a survey of residents in the Scottish Highlands and Western Isles..

Interagency adult support and protection practice of police and health and social care professionals: a realistic evaluation approach. (2015)
Report
JOSEPH, S., DIACK, L., HEYMAN, I., KLEIN, S., MCCLUSKEY, S., WOOLNOUGH, P., FALCONER, M., REDDISH, A. and MACLEAN, E. 2015. Interagency adult support and protection practice of police and health and social care professionals: a realistic evaluation approach. SIPR research summary number 19. Dundee: Scottish Institute for Policing Research, School of Social Sciences, University of Dundee [online]. Available from: http://www.sipr.ac.uk/Plugin/Publications/assets/files/Research_Summary_19.pdf

The purpose of this project was to investigate the interagency Adult Support and Protection practices of police, health and social care professionals in Scotland by means of a Realistic Evaluation Approach. The study comprised of two specific phases.... Read More about Interagency adult support and protection practice of police and health and social care professionals: a realistic evaluation approach..