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Sarah Rodgers

Principal Research Fellow, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

Dr Sarah Rodgers has previously worked as a researcher within academia, industry, and the NHS. She joined the University of Nottingham in 1996 as Research Associate in the Division of Primary Care and in 2004 successfully completed a part-time PhD to evaluate a pharmacist-led intervention to reduce prescribing costs in general practice under the supervision of Professor Tony Avery. Her main research interest is prescribing in primary care and much of her work has focused on the investigation of the prevalence of medication errors and development of pharmacist-led interventions to reduce medication error. In October 2012, Sarah was awarded a prestigious three year NIHR School for Primary Care Research Fellowship to lead on the development of a new set of prescribing safety indicators to improve patient safety in primary care and undertake further studies to evaluate the new indicators. During this time she collaborated with colleagues from the University of Nottingham and other institutions to secure additional funding from the Health Foundation to roll out a pharmacist-led, IT-based intervention (PINCER) to reduce medication error in 361 GP practices across the East Midlands and secure funding from the Department of Health to undertake a study to understand the nature and frequency of avoidable harm in primary care. More recently, she has been a co-applicant on two further successful grant applications, including an NIHR Programme Grant award of almost £2.5 million (Avoiding patient harm through the application of prescribing safety indicators in English general practices - PRoTeCT).

Expertise Summary

  1. Undertaking primary care research using qualitative and quantitative research methods.
  2. Conducting randomised trials in primary care.
  3. Developing methods for extracting data from GP clinical systems.
  4. Evaluating healthcare quality improvement.

Teaching Summary

Dr Rodgers supervises PhD students in topics relating to prescribing and patient safety.

Research Summary

Dr Sarah Rodgers's main research interest is prescribing safety in primary care. This includes:

  • Understanding the nature and frequency of avoidable significant harm in primary care.
  • Avoiding patient harm through the application of prescribing safety indicators.
  • The role of pharmacists in promoting safe and effective prescribing in general practice.
  • Identifying ways in which computer systems can be developed and improved to support safe prescribing in primary care.

Recent Publications

Other Roles

Dr Sarah Rodgers acts as a peer reviewer for the following journals:

  • The Lancet
  • Public Health Nursing
  • International Journal of Pharmacy Practice
  • European Journal of General Practice

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Prizes

  • Submitted abstract "Assessing the effectiveness of an IT-based pharmacist-led intervention aimed at reducing proportions of patients at risk of medication errors in family practice: the PINCER Trial" was selected as a prize plenary at the SAPC Annual Conference 7-9 July 2010 UEA, Norwich
  • Paper published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology "Clayton JA, Rodgers S, Blakey J, Avery A, Hall IP. Thiazide diuretic prescription and electrolyte abnormalities in primary care. Br J Clin Pharmacol 2006; 61(1): 87-95." won the BJCP paper of the year prize and received national and international news coverage (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4603190.stm)

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Membership of Committees and Professional Bodies

Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC)

  • BELL, B.G., CAMPBELL, S., CARSON-STEVENS, A., EVANS, H.P., COOPER, A., SHEEHAN, C., RODGERS, S., JOHNSON, C., EDWARDS, A., ARMSTRONG, S., MEHTA, R., CHUTER, A., DONNELLY, A., ASHCROFT, D.M., LYMN, J., SMITH, P., SHEIKH, A., BOYD, M. and AVERY, A.J., 2017. Understanding the epidemiology of avoidable significant harm in primary care: protocol for a retrospective cross-sectional study. BMJ open. 7(2), e013786
  • JEFFRIES, M., PHIPPS, D.L., HOWARD, R.L., AVERY, A. J., RODGERS, S. and ASHCROFT, D.M., 2017. Understanding the implementation and adoption of a technological intervention to improve medication safety in primary care: a realist evaluation. BMC Health Services Research. 17(1), 196
  • JEFFRIES, M., PHIPPS, D., HOWARD, R., RODGERS, S. and ASHCROFT, D., 2016. Understanding the implementation and adoption of an information technological intervention for medication safety: a qualitative study using strong structuration theory. International Journal of Pharmacy and Practice. 24(Supplement 2), 16
  • JEFFRIES, M., PHIPPS, D.L., HOWARD, R., AVERY, A., RODGERS, S. and ASHCROFT, D., 2015. Understanding the Medication Safety Implications of a Technological Intervention in Primary Care: A Realist Evaluation of Eclipse Live In: Health Services Research Network Annual Symposium, 1-2 July 2015, Nottingham Conference Centre.
  • AKBAROV, A., KONTOPANTELIS, E., SPERRIN, M., STOCKS, S.J., WILLIAMS, R., RODGERS, S., AVERY, A., BUCHAN, I. and ASHCROFT, D.M., 2015. Primary Care Medication Safety Surveillance with Integrated Primary and Secondary Care Electronic Health Records: A Cross-Sectional Study Drug Safety. 38(7), 671-682
  • STOCKS, S.J., KONTOPANTELIS, E., AKBAROV, A., RODGERS, S., AVERY, A.J. and ASHCROFT, D.M., 2015. Examining variations in prescribing safety in UK general practice: cross sectional study using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink British Medical Journal. 351, h5501
  • STOCKS, S.J., KONTOPANTELIS, E., AKBAROV, A., RODGERS, S., AVERY, A.J. and ASHCROFT, D.M., 2015. Authors’ reply to Upton British Medical Journal. 351, h6730
  • GILES, S., BERESFORD. J., BOOTE, J., CAMPBELL, S., MORRIS, R. and RODGERS, S., 2015. WS21 Moving Forward: Sharing and Learning From Contrasting Methods of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in the Primary Care Setting In: Proceedings of the 43rd North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; Cancun, Mexico, 24-28 October 2015.
  • SADLER, S., RODGERS, S., HOWARD, R., MORRIS, C.J., AVERY, A.J. and ON BEHALF OF THE PINCER TRIALISTS, 2014. Training pharmacists to deliver a complex information technology intervention (PINCER) using the principles of educational outreach and root cause analysis. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 22, 47-58
  • ELLIOTT, R.A., PUTMAN, K.D., FRANKLIN, M., ANNEMANS, L., VERHAEGHE, N., EDEN, M., HAYRE, J., RODGERS, S., SHEIKH, A., AVERY, A.J. and (ON BEHALF OF THE PINCER TEAM), 2014. Cost-effectiveness of a pharmacist-led information technology intervention for reducing rates of clinically important errors in medicines management in general practices (PINCER) PharmacoEconomics. First published online: 18 March 2014, 1-18 doi:10.1007/s40273-014-0148-8
  • AVERY, A.J., RODGERS, S., DEAN FRANKLIN, B., ELLIOTT, R.A., HOWARD, R., SLIGHT, S.P., SWANWICK, G., KNOX, R., GOOKEY, G., BARBER, N. and SHEIKH, A., 2014. Research into practice: safe prescribing British Journal of General Practice. 64(622), 259-261
  • RODGERS, R., 2013. New PINCER Query Library tool to support safer prescribing Prescriber. 24(6), 11-14
  • ELLIOTT, R., PUTMAN, K., FRANKLIN, M., VERHAEGHE, N., ANNEMANS, L., EDEN, M., HAYRE, J., RODGERS, S., CANTRILL, J., ARMSTRONG, S., CRESSWELL, K., HIPPISLEY-COX, J., HOWARD, R., KENDRICK, D., MORRIS, C.J., MURRAY, S.A., PRESCOTT, R.J., SWANWICK, G., BOYD, M., TUERSLEY, L., TURNER, T., VINOGRADOVA, Y., SHEIKH, A. and AVERY, A., 2013. Economic evaluation of a pharmacist-led IT-based intervention with simple feedback in reducing rates of clinically important errors in medicines management in general practices (PINCER). Report to the Department of Health National Patient Safety Research Portfolio, February 2013 University of Nottingham.
  • RODGERS, S., 2013. Five steps to reducing prescribing errors using PINCER. PULSE Today. 12 February 2013
  • AVERY, A.J., RODGERS, S., CANTRILL. J.A., ARMSTRONG, S., CRESSWELL, K., EDEN, M., ELLIOTT, R.A., HOWARD, R., KENDRICK, D., MORRIS, C.J., PRESCOTT, R.J., SWANWICK, G., FRANKLIN, M., PUTMAN, K., BOYD, M. and SHEIKH, A., 2012. A pharmacist-led information technology intervention for medication errors (Pincer): a multicentre, cluster randomised, controlled trial and cost-effectiveness analysis Lancet. 379(9823), 1310-1319
  • AVERY, T. and RODGERS, S., 2012. How we reduced prescribing errors with pharmacists’ support (Online Learning Module). At: Pulse Online 23.5.12
  • RODGERS, S., 2012. Tackling patient safety: is there a pharmacist in the house? (Editorial) Prescriber. 23(7), 7-8
  • RODGERS, S., TUOMAINEN, H., CROSS-BARDELL, L., BHODAY, M., QURESHI, N. and KAI, J., 2012. Developing a preconception health assessment intervention in primary care using the MRC guidance for developing and evaluating complex interventions. Primary Health Care Research and Development. 13(1), S31
  • CROSS-BARDELL, L., BHODAY, M., TUOMAINEN, H., RODGERS, S., QURESHI, N. and KAI, J., 2012. Perceptions of risk and understanding of developing type 2 diabetes in people of South Asian origin.: Primary Health Care Research & Development Primary Health Care Research & Development. 13(Supplement 1), S68
  • TUOMAINEN, H., BHODAY, M., CROSS-BARDELL, L., RODGERS, S., QURESHI, N. and KAI, J., 2012. Facilitating more comprehensive preconception care in general practice: what do women from higher risk communities think?: Primary Health Care Research & Development Primary Health Care Research & Development. 13(Supplement 1), S71
  • BHODAY, M., CROSS-BARDELL, L., TUOMAINEN, H., RODGERS, S. and KAI, J., 2012. Diabetes prevention in South Asians: Exploratory study of family facilitators and barriers to dietary change.: Primary Health Care Research & Development Primary Health Care Research & Development. 13(Supplement 1), S197
  • TUOMAINEN, H., KAI, J., BHODAY, M., CROSS-BARDELL, L., QURESHI, N. and RODGERS, S., 2012. Women's attitudes towards preconception exploration of family history of inherited conditions: a qualitative study.: Primary Health Care Research & Development Primary Health Care Research & Development. 13(Supplement 1), S227
  • AVERY, A.J., RODGERS, S., CANTRILL, J., ARMSTRONG, S., BOYD, M., CRESSWELL, K., EDEN, M., ELLIOTT, R., FRANKLIN, M., HIPPISLEY-COX, J., HOWARD, R., KENDRICK, D., MORRIS, C.J., MURRAY, S.A., PRESCOTT, R.J., PUTMAN, K., SWANWICK, G., TUERSLEY, L., TURNER, T., VINOGRADOVA, Y. and SHEIKH, A., 2010. The PINCER trial: A cluster randomised trail comparing the effectiveness of a Pharmacist led IT intervention with simple feedback in reducing rates of clinically important errors in medicines management in general practices (PS024). A Report to the Department of Health Patient Safety Research Portfolio. February 2010
  • AVERY, A.J., RODGERS, S., CANTRILL, J.A., ARMSTRONG, S., EDEN, M., KENDRICK, D. and SHEIKH, A., 2010. Assessing the effectiveness of an IT-based pharmacist-led intervention aimed at reducing proportions of patients at risk of medication errors in family practice: The PINCER Trial (Oral abstract no: 272) Pharmacoepidemiology & Drug Safety. 19(Supplement 1), S117
  • RODGERS, S., AVERY, A.J., CANTRILL, J.A,, ARMSTRONG, S,, EDEN, M., KENDRICK, D. and SHEIKH, A., 2010. Assessing the effectiveness of an IT-based pharmacist-led intervention aimed at reducing proportions of patients at risk of medication errors in family practice: the PINCER Trial In: Proceedings of The Society for Academic Primary Care, 39th Annual Scientific Meeting; University of East Anglia, 7-9 July, UEA, Norwich (Prize plenary).
  • RODGERS, S., AVERY, A.J., CANTRILL, J.A., ARMSTRONG, S., EDEN, M, and KENDRICK, D, SHEIKH, A., 2010. Assessing the effectiveness of an IT-based pharmacist-led intervention aimed at reducing proportions of patients at risk of medication errors in family practice: the PINCER Trial. In: Proceedings of the Royal College of General Practitioners Annual Conference, 7-9 October, Harrogate.
  • EDEN, M., AVERY, A., RODGERS, S., KENDRICK, D. and SHEIKH, A., 2010. Ensuring accuracy in routinely collected data in a cluster randomised controlled trial (RCT) comparing the effectiveness of a pharmacist-led IT-based intervention with simple feedback in reducing rates of clinically important errors in medicines management: the PINCER trial International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 18(Supplement 2), 60-61
  • VINOGRADOVA, Y., HIPPISLEY-COX, J., AVERY, A., KENDRICK, D., RODGERS, S., ARMSTRONG, S. and EDEN, M., 2010. QResearch evaluation of PINCER Trial: Analysis of secular trends in outcome measures. Primary Health Care Research & Development. 11(Supplement 1), S44
  • RODGERS, S., AVERY, A.J., CANTRILL, J.A., ARMSTRONG, S., EDEN, M., KENDRICK, D. and SHEIKH, A., 2010. Assessing the effectiveness of an IT-based pharmacist-led intervention aimed at reducing proportions of patients at risk of medication errors in family practice: the PINCER Trial. Primary Health Care Research & Development. 11(Supplement 1), 5
  • AVERY, A.J., RODGERS, S., CANTRILL, J.A., ARMSTRONG, S., ELLIOTT, R., HOWARD, R., KENDRICK, D., MORRIS, CAROLINE J., MURRAY, S. A., PRESCOTT, R.J., CRESSWELL, K. and SHEIKH, A., 2009. Protocol for the PINCER trial: a cluster randomised trial comparing the effectiveness of a pharmacist-led IT-based intervention with simple feedback in reducing rates of clinically important errors in medicines management in general practices. Trials. 10, 28
  • ROWLEY, E., CURRIE, G. and RODGERS, S., 2009. Evaluation of the Principia Saturday Investigation Clinic. Report to Principia, NHS Nottinghamshire County (December 2009)
  • RODGERS, S., QURESHI, S. and AVERY, A.J., 2008. Pharmacists’ actions to tackle medication-related safety problems in general practices (Abstract 340) Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 17(Supplement 1), S149
  • RODGERS, S., QURESHI, S. and AVERY, A.J., 2008. Recommendations by pharmacists to address medication-related safety problems in general practices. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 17(7), 742-750
  • RODGERS, S., 2008. Recommendations by pharmacists to address medication-related safety problems in general practice (Digital poster) In: In: Proceedings of Society for Academic Primary Care’s Annual Conference: Primary Care Research and Education, National University of Ireland, Galway, 9-11 July.
  • KEOGH-BROWN,M.R., FORDHAM, R.J., THOMAS, K.S., BACHMANN, M.O., HOLLAND, R.C., AVERY, A.J., ARMSTRONG, S.J., CHALMERS, J.R., HOWE, A., RODGERS, S., WILLIAMS, H.C. and HARVEY, I., 2007. To freeze or not to freeze: a cost-effectiveness analysis of wart treatment. British Journal of Dermatology. 156(4), 687-692
  • RODGERS, S., DYAS, J., MOLYNEAUX, A.W.P,, WARD, M.J. and REVILL, S.M., 2007. Evaluation of the information needs of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease following pulmonary rehabilitation: a focus group study. Chronic Respiratory Disease. 4, 195-203
  • THOMAS, K S, KEOGH-BROWN, M R, CHALMERS, J R, FORDHAM, R J, HOLLAND, R C, ARMSTRONG, S J, BACHMANN, M O, HOWE, A H, RODGERS, S, AVERY, A J, HARVEY, I and WILLIAMS, H C, 2006. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of salicylic acid and cryotherapy for cutaneous warts. An economic decision model. Health Technology Assessment. 10(25), 1-104
  • THOMAS,K., KEOGH-BROWN,M.K., CHALMERS,J., FORDHAM,R.F., HOLLAND,R.H., ARMSTRONG,S.J., BACHMAN,M., HOWE,A.H., RODGERS,S., AVERY,A.J., HARVEY,I. and WILLIAMS,H.C., 2006. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of salicylic acid and cryotherapy for cutaneous warts?: an economic decision model HTA. (vol 10 no 25)
  • CLAYTON, J.A., RODGERS, S., BLAKEY, J., AVERY, A. and HALL, I.P., 2006. Thiazide diuretic prescription and electrolyte abnormalities in primary care British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 61(1), 87-95
  • HAMMERSLEY, V. S., MORRIS, C. J., RODGERS, S., CANTRILL, J. A. and AVERY, A. J., 2006. Applying preventable drug-related morbidity indicators to the electronic patient record in UK primary care: methodological development Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics. VOL 31(NUMBER 3), 223-229
  • WILSON, A., SINFIELD, P., RODGERS, S., HAMMERSLEY, V. and COLEMAN, T., 2006. Drugs to support smoking cessation in UK general practice: are evidence based guidelines being followed? Quality and Safety in Health Care. 15(4), 284-288
  • RODGERS, S., MORRIS, C.J., HOWARD, R., AVERY, A. and EDEN, M., 2006. Piloting a method for extracting data on medicines management from GP computer systems using Quest Browser Software (Poster 02.7) In: In: Proceedings of The Society for Academic Primary Care, 35th Annual Scientific Meeting; The contribution of research and education to patient- centred primary care.
  • RODGERS, S., MORRIS, C.J., HOWARD, R., AVERY, A. and EDEN, M., 2006. Piloting a method for extracting data on medicines management from GP computer systems using Quest Browser software. Report to the Nottingham Research Partnership, January 2006 University of Nottingham, Nottingham.
  • MOLYNEUX, A.W., RODGERS, S., DYAS, J.V., WARD, M.J. and REVILL, S.M., 2005. Information needs of people with COPD: a focus group study European Respiratory Journal. 26(Supplement 49), P3433
  • RODGERS, S., MOLYNEUX, A.W., DYAS, J.V. and REVILL, S., 2005. The information needs of patients living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: implications for primary care Family Practice. 22(Supplement 1), 94 (no P13)
  • WILSON,A., SINFIELD,P., COLEMAN,T.J., RODGERS,S. and HAMMERSLEY,V.S., 2005. Use of drugs to support smoking cessation in general practice: a patient survey Family Practice. 22(Supplement 1), 24
  • RODGERS,S., MORRIS,C.J., EDEN,M. and AVERY,A.J., 2005. Piloting a method for extracting data on medicines management from GP Computer systems using Quest Browser software Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety. 14(S1), S23
  • MORRIS, C. J., RODGERS, S., HAMMERSLEY, V. S., AVERY, A. J. and CANTRILL, J. A., 2004. Indicators for preventable drug related morbidity: application in primary care Quality and Safety in Health Care. VOL 13(ISSU 3), 181-185
  • WILSON, A., SINFIELD, P., COLEMAN, T.J., HIPPISLEY-COX, J., COUPLAND, C.A., HAMMERSLEY, V.S. and RODGERS, S., 2004. Management of smoking cessation in general practice: are evidence based guidelines being followed?: report to the Health Development Agency, December 2004 Nottingham: University of Nottingham.
  • RODGERS, S., 2004. Managing prescribing costs in primary care: lessons from the NHS prescribing initiative
  • RODGERS, S., 2004. Evaluation of a pharmacist-led intervention to reduce prescribing costs in general practice. PhD Thesis
  • MORRIS, C. J., RODGERS, S., HAMMERSLEY, V., AVERY, A. J. and CANTRILL, J. A., 2003. Indicators for preventing drug-related morbidity:application in general practice International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. VOL 11(SUPP), R15
  • CONROY, S., COLLIER, J., BIRCHLEY, N., NIEL, K., RODGERS, S., MCINTYRE, J.W., CHOONARA, I.A. and AVERY, A.J., 2003. An examination of the risk management issues on the handling at home of over-the-counter medicines purchased for children Pharmaceutical Journal. 271(7262), 209-213
  • RODGERS, S., 2003. Indicators for preventing drug related morbidity: application in general practice In: Conference abstract, Int J Pharm Pract. R15
  • WILLIAMS,H., AVERY,A., THOMAS,K. and RODGERS,S., 2002. A cross sectional study of the effectiveness of wart treatments used in the community - a survey to inform a subsequent randomised controlled trial: report to Queen's Medical Centre University Hospital Trust Nottingham: University of Nottingham.
  • RODGERS, S., AVERY, A. J. and O NEILL, C., 2002. Exploring factors associated with patients' satisfaction with medication change: a questionnaire survey British Journal of General Practice. VOL 52(AUG), 655-657
  • MAGNUS, D., RODGERS, S. and AVERY, A. J., 2002. GPs' views on computerized drug interaction alerts: questionnaire survey Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics. VOL 27(PART 5), 377-382
  • RODGERS, S., HAMMERSLEY, V.S., HIPPISLEY-COX, J. and AVERY, A.J., 2001. An estimate of renal impairment in the community: a cross-sectional study: abstracts from "Getting it together: a multidisciplinary conference for researcher and teachers in primary care", abstract number 024. In: 30th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Association of University Departments of General Practice.
  • AVERY, A., TAYLOR, R.L., PARTRIDGE, M., NEIL, K., RODGERS, S., HOWARD, P., CANTRILL, J. and MORRIS, C., 2001. Investigating preventable drug-related admissions to a Medical Admissions Unit. Abstracts from the 17th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology, Toronto, Canada, 23-26 August 2001. Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety. 10(Supplement 1), S103-104
  • AVERY, A. J., RODGERS, S., HERON, T., CROMBIE, R., WHYNES, D., PRINGLE, M., BAINES, D. and PETCHEY, R., 2000. A prescription for improvement? An observational study to identify how general practices vary in their growth in prescribing costs BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL. VOL 321(ISSU 7256), 276-280
  • AVERY, A. J., WETZELS, R. V., RODGERS, S. and O'NEILL, C., 2000. Do GPs working in practices with high or low prescribing costs have different views on prescribing cost issues? British Journal of General Practice. VOL 50(FEB), 100-104
  • AVERY, A., RODGERS, S., HAMMERSLEY, V., SYMONDS, S., FRANKE, L., HORSFIELD, P., HIPPISLEY-COX, J., GROOM, L., TEASDALE, S., JONES, J., BAINBRIDGE, M., CHEN, Y.F., PRINGLE, M. and VON FRAGSTEIN, M., 2000. PharmDIS project: evaluation of a computerised drug dosage system for patients with renal impairment: report to the European Commission Fourth Framework Programme: Biomed 2, July 2000 Nottingham: University of Nottingham.
  • RODGERS, S., AVERY, A. J., MEECHAN, D., BRIANT, S., GERAGHTY, M., DORAN, K. and WHYNES, D. K., 1999. Controlled trial of pharmacist intervention in general practice: the effect on prescribing costs British Journal of General Practice. VOL 49(MNTH SEP), 717-720
  • AVERY,A.J., RODGERS,S., PETCHEY,R.P., HERON,T., PRINGLE,M.A., WHYNES,D.K., BAINES,D. and CROMBIE,R., 1998. NHS Prescribing Research Initiative: identifying how general practices make savings on their prescribing costs. Executive Summary: A report for the Department of Health University of Nottingham, Nottingham.
  • PETCHEY, R., AVERY, A., RODGERS, S., PRINGLE, M. and WHYNES, D., 1998. Accounting for change: an exploratory study of how six practices reduced their prescribing costs. Report to the Department of Health University of Nottingham.
  • BAINES, D., WHYNES, D., RODGERS, S., AVERY, A. and HERON, T., 1998. The effects of practice characteristics on prescribing patterns and costs. Report to the Department of Health University of Nottingham.
  • AVERY, A., RODGERS, S. and WETZELS, R., 1998. Do general practitioners, working in practices with high or low prescribing costs, have different views on prescribing-cost issues? Report to the Department of Health, December 1998.
  • RODGERS, S., AVERY, A. and O'NEILL, C., 1998. Assessing patient satisfaction with medication change. Report to the Department of Health, December 1998 University of Nottingham.
  • COOMBS, R., RODGERS, S., WALSH, V. and GREEN, K., 1991. The use of mass spectrometry in small and medium sized UK enterprises. Report to the Department of Trade and Industry, December 1991.

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