Publications

Scientific papers

  • Peichen Sun, Bradley Kirby, Corri Black, Peter J Helms, Marion Bennie and James S McLay (2014). Unplanned medication discontinuation as a potential pharmacovigilance signal: a nested pediatric cohort study. BMC Pharmacology and Toxicology. http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/2050-6511-15-11.pdf
  • Hopf YM, Bond C, Francis J, Haughney J, Helms PJ (2014). Linked health data for pharmacovigilance in children: Perceived legal and ethical issues for stakeholders and data guardians. BMJ Open http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/4/2/e003875.full.pdf+html
  • Hopf YM, Bond C, Francis J, Haughney J, Helms PJ (2013). Views of healthcare professionals to linkage of routinely collected healthcare data: a systematic literature review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association Published Online First, doi: 10.1136/amiajnl-2012-001575
  • Michael Fleming, Brad Kirby and Kay I Penny (2012). Record linkage in Scotland and its applications to health research. Journal of Clinical Nursing, Volume 21, Issue 19pt20, Article first published online: 18 SEP 2012 DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.04021.x http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.04021.x/pdf

CHIMES Seminars

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Presentations at Other Scientific Conferences

Oral Presentations:

2013

  • Important issues with data linkage: A consensus seeking exercise. Hopf Y, Bond CB, Francis, JJ, Haughney J, Hems PJ. SHIP International Conference, 28-30 August 2013, St Andrews.
  • Is the use of linked routinely acquired NHS data for pharmacovigilance in children acceptable to parents and young people? Scobie-Scott E, Bond CB, Shaw DM, Hems PJ. SHIP International Conference, 28-30 August 2013, St Andrews.
  • Child Medical Records for Safer Medicines (CHIMES). Helms PJ and Gordon S. SHIP International Conference, 28-30 August 2013, St Andrews.
  • Data Linkage for Pharmacovigilance. Brad Kirby, Colin Simpson, Peter Helms, Marion Bennie, Rachael Wood and James McLay. SHIP International Conference, 28-30 August 2013, St Andrews.
  • Important issues with data linkage: A consensus seeking exercise. NADEGS, Dundee, January 2013.

2012

  • Paediatric anti-depressant prescribing in primary care. APC Sun, B Kirby, PJ Helms, C Black, CR Simpson, JS McLay. British Pharmacology Society Winter Meeting, London, Dec 2012.
  • Paediatric anti-depressant prescribing in primary care. APC Sun, B Kirby, PJ Helms, C Black, CR Simpson, JS McLay. Scottish Paediatric Society St Andrew’s Day Symposium, Glasgow, Nov 2012.
  • Data Linkage for Pharmacovigilance: Opinions of healthcare professionals on the secondary use of paediatric administrative NHS data. Hopf YM, Bond C, Francis J, Haughney J, Helms PJ. Royal Pharmaceutical Society Conference, Birmingham, 9-10 September 2012.
  • Is the use of linked routinely acquired NHS data for pharmacovigilance in children acceptable to parents and young people? Scobie-Scott E, Bond C, Shaw D. SSPC Conference, 24-25 April, Glasgow. View PDF
  • “It’s about recognising how many people you’ve poisoned by giving them medication”: thoughts of healthcare professionals on pharmacovigilance.
    Hopff YM, Bond CB, Haughney J, Hems PJ, Francis, J. HSRPP Conference, 23-24 April 2012, Cork. View PDF

2011

  • Data Linkage for Paediatric Pharmacovigilance: Views from Scottish Caldicott Guardians. Hopf YM, Bond CB, Haughney J, Helms PJ. SHIP International Conference , 9-11 September 2011, St Andrews.
  • Is the use of linked routinely acquired NHS data for pharmacovigilance in children acceptable to parents and young people? Emma Scobie-Scott, Professor Christine Bond, Professor Peter Helms. SHIP International Conference , 9-11 September 2011, St Andrews.
  • Data Linkage for Pharmacovigilance. Brad Kirby, Colin Simpson, Peter Helms, Marion Bennie, Rachael Wood, Mary Sweetland and James McLay. SHIP International Conference , 9-11 September 2011, St Andrews.
  • Paediatric Pharmacovigilance: Signal generation from linked NHS administrative data. Sun PC, Black C, Helms PJ and McLay JS. SHIP International Conference , 9-11 September 2011, St Andrews.
  • Data linkage for paediatric pharmacovigilance: views and opinions of key stakeholders and Caldicott guardians. YM Hopf, CM Bond, J Haughney, PJ Helms. Society for Academic Primary Care, Annual General Meeting, 6-8 th July 2011, Bristol.
  • Data linkage for paediatric pharmacovigilance: perspectives of policy makers and key stakeholders. Yvonne M Hopf, Christine M Bond, Peter J Helms, John Haughney. Scottish School of Primary Care (SSPC) Conference, 19-21st April 2011, Edinburgh.

2010

  • Linking clinical datasets in UK: What are the reported problems? (Hopf, Bond, on behalf of Chimes) Annual Meeting of the University Departments of General Practice in Scotland (ADEGS), 21-22 January 2010, Dundee.

Poster Presentations:

2013

  • Important issues with data linkage: A consensus seeking exercise. Hopf Y, Bond C, Francis J, Haughney J, Helms P. NHS Research Scotland (NRS) Conference, Edinburgh, October 2013.
  • Orlistat prescribing in Scottish children and adolescents and the potential of treatment discontinuation as a signal for adverse drug reactions APC Sun, B Kirby, C Black, PJ Helms, M Bennie, JS McLay. 9th Joint Meeting of Paediatric Endocrinology, Milan, Sept 2013.
  • Is the use of linked routinely acquired NHS data for pharmacovigilance in children acceptable to parents and young people? Scobie Scott E, Bond CB, Shaw DM, Hems PJ. Royal Pharmaceutical Society Conference, 2013

2012

  • Data linkage for pharmacovigilance using routinely acquired electronic health records. Brad Kirby, Colin Simpson, Peter Helms, Marion Bennie, Rachael Wood and James McLay. NHS Research Scotland (NRS) Conference, Edinburgh, October 2012.
  • Data Linkage for Pharmacovigilance : Views of Healthcare Professionals on the secondary use of administrative NHS data. Hopf YM, Bond C, Francis J, Haughney J, Helms PJ. 41st Annual Conference of the Society for Academic Primary Care, Glasgow, October 2012.
  • Data Linkage for pharmacovigilance using electronic health records. Kirby B, Simpson C, Helms PJ, Bennie M, Wood R, McLay J. International Data Linkage Conference (IDLC), 2-4 May, Perth, Western Australia.
  • "I don't know how the yellow card works" -Issues with Pharmacovigilence.
  • Hopff YM, Bond CB, Haughney J, Hems PJ. HSRPP Conference, 23-24 April 2012, Cork. View PDF

2011

  • Using a theoretical framework to develop a Delphi questionnaire: Investigiatoins of health professionals' views about linkage of paediatric healthcare data. Hopf Y, Bond C. 7th Annual meeting of the UK Society for Behavioural Medicine, December 2011, Stirling.
  • "The More you link, the more you risk..." Health Professionals on Data Linkage. Hopf Y, Bond C, Haughney J, Helms P. RPS Conference, Septemeber 2011, London.
  • The opinions and attitudes of opinion leaders, parents/guardians, young people and their representatives to the use and linkage of routinely collected NHS health data for pharmacovigilance. Emma Scobie-Scott, Professor Christine Bond, Professor Peter Helms. Society for Academic Primary Care, Annual General Meeting, 6-8th July 2011, Bristol.
  • Is the use of linked routinely acquired NHS data for pharmacovigilance in children acceptable to parents and young people? Emma Scobie-Scott, Professor Christine Bond, Professor Peter Helms. ‘Reducing harm, improving healthcare’ Conference, 31st March 2011, Aberdeen.
  • Data Linkage for Paediatric Pharmacovigilance: views of professional stakeholders in Scotland. YM Hopf, CM Bond, J Haughney, PJ Helms. ‘Reducing harm, improving healthcare’ Conference, 31st March 2011, Aberdeen.

2010

  • Linkage of routinely collected NHS data to create a paediatric pharmacovigilance database: opinions of national stake holders. (Hopf, Bond, Helms, Haughney) Royal Pharmaceutical Society Conference 2010, 5-6 September, Imperial College, London.
  • Acceptability of linking routinely collected NHS data sets to create a paediatric pharmacovigilance database. (Hopf, Bond, Helms, Haughney, on behalf of Chimes) Society for Academic Primary Care, Annual General meeting, 7th-9th July 2010, Norwich.
  • Data Linkage for Pharmacovigilance: Attitudes of the public and health professionals. (Hopf, Scobie, Bond, Helms, on behalf of Chimes) NHS Scotland: 7-8th June 2010, Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
  • Linking clinical datasets in the UK: What are the reported problems? Hopf YM, Bond CM. Drug Utilisation Research Group (DURG) UK & Ireland, February 2010, London