Laetitia Hattingh
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The use of herbal medicines during breastfeeding: a population-based survey in Western Australia
TF Sim, J Sherriff, HL Hattingh, R Parsons, LBG Tee
BMC complementary and alternative medicine 13 (1), 317, 2013
802013
Difficult‐to‐treat pediatric obsessive‐compulsive disorder: feasibility and preliminary results of a randomized pilot trial of D‐cycloserine‐augmented behavior therapy
LJ Farrell, AM Waters, MJ Boschen, L Hattingh, H McConnell, EL Milliner, ...
Depression and Anxiety 30 (8), 723-731, 2013
702013
Utilization of community pharmacy space to enhance privacy: a qualitative study
HL Hattingh, L Emmerton, P Ng Cheong Tin, C Green
Health Expectations 19 (5), 1098-1110, 2016
542016
Mental health consumer and caregiver perceptions of stigma in Australian community pharmacies
K Knox, J Fejzic, A Mey, JL Fowler, F Kelly, D McConnell, L Hattingh, ...
International journal of social psychiatry 60 (6), 533-543, 2014
452014
Evaluation of the first pharmacist-administered vaccinations in Western Australia: a mixed-methods study
HL Hattingh, TF Sim, R Parsons, P Czarniak, A Vickery, S Ayadurai
BMJ open 6 (9), 2016
412016
Trust and safe spaces: mental health consumers’ and carers’ relationships with community pharmacy staff
A Mey, K Knox, F Kelly, AK Davey, J Fowler, L Hattingh, J Fejzic, ...
The Patient-Patient-Centered Outcomes Research 6 (4), 281-289, 2013
402013
Privacy and confidentiality: perspectives of mental health consumers and carers in pharmacy settings
HL Hattingh, K Knox, J Fejzic, D McConnell, JL Fowler, A Mey, F Kelly, ...
International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 23 (1), 52-60, 2015
382015
The use, perceived effectiveness and safety of herbal galactagogues during breastfeeding: a qualitative study
TF Sim, HL Hattingh, J Sherriff, LBG Tee
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 12 (9 …, 2015
372015
Perspectives and attitudes of breastfeeding women using herbal galactagogues during breastfeeding: a qualitative study
TF Sim, HL Hattingh, J Sherriff, LBG Tee
BMC complementary and alternative medicine 14 (1), 1-11, 2014
362014
Using an intervention mapping framework to develop an online mental health continuing education program for pharmacy staff
A Wheeler, J Fowler, L Hattingh
Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions 33 (4), 258-266, 2013
352013
General practitioners’ perceptions on home medicines reviews: a qualitative analysis
AK Dhillon, HL Hattingh, A Stafford, K Hoti
BMC family practice 16 (1), 16, 2015
342015
Requests for emergency contraception in community pharmacy: An evaluation of services provided to mystery patients
SJ Higgins, HL Hattingh
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 9 (1), 114-119, 2013
272013
Australian mental health consumers' and carers' experiences of community pharmacy service
K Knox, F Kelly, A Mey, L Hattingh, JL Fowler, AJ Wheeler
Health Expectations 18 (6), 2107-2120, 2015
262015
Review of community pharmacy staff educational needs for supporting mental health consumers and carers
A Mey, JL Fowler, K Knox, DHK Shum, J Fejzic, L Hattingh, D McConnell, ...
Community mental health journal 50 (1), 59-67, 2014
262014
Implementation of a mental health medication management intervention in Australian community pharmacies: facilitators and challenges
HL Hattingh, F Kelly, J Fowler, AJ Wheeler
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 13 (5), 969-979, 2017
232017
The introduction of the national e‐health record into A ustralian community pharmacy practice: pharmacists’ perceptions
A Mooranian, L Emmerton, L Hattingh
International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 21 (6), 405-412, 2013
232013
Barriers and facilitators for information exchange during over-the-counter consultations in community pharmacy: A focus group study
LJ Seubert, K Whitelaw, F Boeni, L Hattingh, MC Watson, RM Clifford
Pharmacy 5 (4), 65, 2017
222017
Education and training for community pharmacists in mental health practice: how to equip this workforce for the future
A Wheeler, A Mey, F Kelly, L Hattingh, AK Davey
The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 2014
182014
An evaluation of the integration of standards and guidelines in community pharmacy practices
HL Hattingh, MA King, NA Smith
Pharmacy world & science 31 (5), 542-549, 2009
182009
‘Making the invisible visible’ through alcohol screening and brief intervention in community pharmacies: an Australian feasibility study
HL Hattingh, J Hallett, RJ Tait
BMC public health 16 (1), 1141, 2016
172016
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