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Tristan Ling
Tristan Ling
Research Fellow, School of Medicine, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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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
952018
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
502019
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
492014
Quittr: the design of a video game to support smoking cessation
I Bindoff, K de Salas, G Peterson, T Ling, I Lewis, L Wells, P Gee, ...
JMIR Serious Games 4 (2), e6258, 2016
192016
Simulation and feedback in health education: a mixed methods study comparing three simulation modalities
L Tait, K Lee, R Rasiah, JM Cooper, T Ling, B Geelan, I Bindoff
Pharmacy 6 (2), 41, 2018
172018
Applying MCRDR to a multidisciplinary domain
I Bindoff, BH Kang, T Ling, P Tenni, G Peterson
Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 519-528, 2007
122007
Expert-driven knowledge discovery
T Ling, BH Kang, DP Johns, J Walls, I Bindoff
Fifth International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations …, 2008
82008
An Incremental Learning Method for Data Mining from Large Databases
TR Ling
Honours thesis, University of Tasmania, 2006
72006
Quittr: the design of a video game to support smoking cessation. JMIR Serious Games. 2016 Dec 01; 4 (2): e19. doi: 10.2196/games. 6258
I Bindoff, K de Salas, G Peterson, T Ling, I Lewis, L Wells, P Gee, ...
5
An internet-based method for extracting nursing home resident sedative medication data from pharmacy packing systems: descriptive evaluation
T Ling, P Gee, J Westbury, I Bindoff, G Peterson
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (8), e6938, 2017
32017
Expansion of the reducing sedatives (RedUSe) project to Australian Nursing Homes
JL Westbury, PR Gee, TR Ling, GM Peterson
32nd International Conference of Alzheimer's Disease International, ., 2017
22017
A method for knowledge discovery and development with health data
TR Ling
University of Tasmania, 2011
22011
Effects of a mobile app called Quittr, which utilizes premium currency and games features, on improving engagement with smoking cessation intervention: Pilot randomized …
I Bindoff, TR Ling, P Gee, B Geelan, SG Ferguson, GM Peterson
JMIR serious games 8 (4), e23734, 2020
12020
Reducing the Use of Sedative medication in aged care facilities: Implementation of the ‘RedUSe’project into everyday practice
J Westbury, P Gee, T Ling, I Bindoff, D Brown, K Franks, D Hoyle, ...
12016
Multiple Classification Ripple Round Rules: A Preliminary Study
I Bindoff, T Ling, BH Kang
Pacific Rim Knowledge Acquisition Workshop, 76-90, 2008
12008
Risk of osteoporosis in patients with atrial fibrillation with and without oral anticoagulant therapy
WM Bezabhe, J Radford, BC Wimmer, MS Salahudeen, I Bindoff, T Ling, ...
Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology, 2022
2022
Australian pharmacy student perceptions of employment in the pharmaceutical industry
AW Tan, CA Dwan, TR Ling, AJ Thompson, GM Peterson
Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research 52 (2), 124-131, 2022
2022
" A worrying trend": The use of'prn'(as needed) psychotropic medication in Australian Long term care-and the impact of a multi-strategic interdisciplinary program on'prn'use.
J Westbury, T Ling, P Gee, G Peterson, A Bindoff
INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOGERIATRICS 31, 52-52, 2019
2019
Dished out like hot chips–current psychotropic use in aged care homes
JL Westbury, PR Gee, TR Ling, GM Peterson
49th AAG Conference, ., 2016
2016
Psychotropic medication use in Australian Long Term Care Homes
JL Westbury, PR Gee, TR Ling, GM Peterson, DT Brown
18th IPA International Congress, 66, 2016
2016
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