Associate Professor Juanita Breen (previously Westbury)
Associate Professor Juanita Breen (previously Westbury)
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An effective approach to decrease antipsychotic and benzodiazepine use in nursing homes: the RedUSe project
J Westbury, S Jackson, P Gee, G Peterson
International Psychogeriatrics 22 (1), 26-36, 2010
RedUSe: reducing antipsychotic and benzodiazepine prescribing in residential aged care facilities
JL Westbury, P Gee, T Ling, DT Brown, KH Franks, I Bindoff, A Bindoff, ...
Medical Journal of Australia 208 (9), 398-403, 2018
A comparison of prescribing criteria when applied to older community-based patients
CM Curtain, IK Bindoff, JL Westbury, GM Peterson
Drugs & aging 30 (11), 935-943, 2013
A 12-month follow-up study of “RedUSe”: a trial aimed at reducing antipsychotic and benzodiazepine use in nursing homes
J Westbury, L Tichelaar, G Peterson, P Gee, S Jackson
International psychogeriatrics 23 (8), 1260-1269, 2011
More action needed: Psychotropic prescribing in Australian residential aged care
J Westbury, P Gee, T Ling, A Kitsos, G Peterson
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 53 (2), 136-147, 2019
A computer simulation of community pharmacy practice for educational use
I Bindoff, T Ling, L Bereznicki, J Westbury, L Chalmers, G Peterson, ...
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 78 (9), 2014
Halting Antipsychotic Use in Long-Term care (HALT): a single-arm longitudinal study aiming to reduce inappropriate antipsychotic use in long-term care residents with behavioral …
T Jessop, F Harrison, M Cations, B Draper, L Chenoweth, S Hilmer, ...
International psychogeriatrics 29 (8), 1391-1403, 2017
Sleep and agitation in nursing home residents with and without dementia
DT Brown, JL Westbury, B Schüz
International psychogeriatrics 27 (12), 1945-1955, 2015
Psycholeptic use in aged care homes in Tasmania, Australia
JL Westbury, S Jackson, GM Peterson
Journal of clinical pharmacy and therapeutics 35 (2), 189-193, 2010
Review of psychotropic medication in Tasmanian residential aged care facilities
J Westbury, K Beld, S Jackson, G Peterson
Australasian Journal on Ageing 29 (2), 72-76, 2010
The effect of knowledge and expectations on adherence to and persistence with antidepressants
SC Woodward, BJ Bereznicki, JL Westbury, LRE Bereznicki
Patient preference and adherence 10, 761, 2016
Effectiveness of a national approach to prescribing education for multiple disciplines
S Khanal, T Buckley, C Harnden, M Koo, G Peterson, A Ryan, J Tse, ...
British journal of clinical pharmacology 75 (3), 756-762, 2013
Clinical and economic outcomes of interventions to reduce antipsychotic and benzodiazepine use within nursing homes: a systematic review
DJ Hoyle, IK Bindoff, LM Clinnick, GM Peterson, JL Westbury
Drugs & Aging 35 (2), 123-134, 2018
An investigation into drug-related problems identifiable by commercial medication review software
C Curtain, I Bindoff, J Westbury, G Peterson
The Australasian Medical Journal 6 (4), 183, 2013
Rapid realist review of the role of community pharmacy in the public health response to COVID-19
I Maidment, M Young, E, McPhee, A Booth, H Zaman, J Breen, A Hilton, ...
British Medical Journal Open 11 (e050043), 2021
Antipsychotic drug prescribing in nursing homes
MR Gillick
JAMA 318 (18), 1829-1829, 2017
Clinical impact of antipsychotic and benzodiazepine reduction: findings from a multicomponent psychotropic reduction program within long-term aged care
D Hoyle, G Peterson, I Bindoff, L Clinnick, A Bindoff, J Breen
International Psychogeriatrics, 2020
Rethinking psychotropics in nursing homes
JL Westbury, GM Peterson
Medical Journal of Australia 199 (2), 98, 2013
Why do older people not always take their medicines?
JL Westbury
The Pharmaceutical Journal 271, 503, 2003
A missed opportunity to improve practice around the use of restraints and consent in residential aged care: Limitations of the Quality of Care Amendment (Minimising the Use of …
C Peisah, T Jessop, J Breen
Australasian journal on ageing 39 (3), 292-296, 2020
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