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Mantzourani, Efi, Hodson, Karen, Evans, Andrew, Alzetani, Sarah, Hayward, Rebecca, Deslandes, Rhian, Hughes, Mary Louise, Holyfield, Gareth and Way, Cheryl 2019. A 5-year evaluation of the emergency contraception enhanced community pharmacy service provided in Wales. BMJ Sexual && Reproductive Health 45 (4) , pp. 275-282. 10.1136/bmjsrh-2018-200236

Hughes, Mary Louise and Weiss, Marjorie 2019. Adverse drug reaction reporting by community pharmacists- The barriers and facilitators. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 10.1002/pds.4800
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Deslandes, Rhian, Lucas, Cherie, Hughes, Mary Louise and Mantzourani, Efthymia 2018. Development of a template to facilitate reflection among student pharmacists. Research in Social & Administrative Pharmacy 14 (11) , pp. 1058-1063. 10.1016/j.sapharm.2017.11.010
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Mantzourani, Efthymia, Richards, Thomas Gwyn and Hughes, Mary Louise 2016. New roles in pharmacy - learning from the All Wales Common Ailments Scheme. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 24 (4) , pp. 298-301. 10.1111/ijpp.12231
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Jenkins, Andrew Ian, Hughes, Mary Louise, Mantzourani, Efthymia and Smith, Mathew Wayne 2016. Too far away to work with each other: Does location impact on pharmacists' perceptions of interprofessional interactions? Journal of Interprofessional Care 30 (5) , pp. 678-681. 10.1080/13561820.2016.1191451
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Mantzourani, Efthymia and Hughes, Mary Louise 2016. Role-emerging placements in pharmacy undergraduate education: perceptions of students. Pharmacy Education 16 (1) , pp. 88-91.
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Wong, Pei Nee, John, David Neale, Deslandes, Rhian and Hughes, Mary Louise 2014. Same syllabus, different country - using DREEM to compare the educational environments at two pharmacy schools. Research in Social & Administrative Pharmacy 10 (5) , e51-e51. 10.1016/j.sapharm.2014.07.130
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Hughes, Mary Louise 2011. Teaching pharmacy students critical appraisal skills: is an interactive approach more effective? [Abstract]. Pharmacy Education 11 (1) , p. 156.

Hughes, Mary Louise, Lo, T., Coulman, Sion, Deslandes, Rhian, Kell, Clare and John, David 2010. What makes a good lecturer? MPharm students’ views. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 18 (s1) , pp. 29-30. 10.1111/j.2042-7174.2010.00027.x

Hughes, Mary Louise, John, David Neale and Jones, Arwyn Tomos 2009. Information provided with dispensed medicines: What role does language choice play? A perspective from Wales [Abstract]. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 17 (S2) , B44-B45. 10.1211/096176709789037128

Hughes, Mary Louise, John, David Neale, Jones, Arwyn Tomos, Jones, Elen and Wilkins, Megan Lowri 2009. Language issues in the community pharmacy: a perspective from Wales. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 17 (3) , pp. 157-163. 10.1211/ijpp.17.03.0006

Hughes, Mary Louise, John, David Neale and Jones, Arwyn Tomos 2009. Medicines use reviews and language choice. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 17 (s1) , A41. 10.1211/096176709787640689

Hughes, Mary Louise, John, David Neale and Jones, Arwyn Tomos 2008. The role of the Welsh language in community pharmacy service provision in Wales. London: Pharmacy Practice Research Trust.

James, Delyth H., John, David Neale, Hughes, Mary Louise, Davies, Mair and Roberts, Debra 2006. A systematic evaluation of pharmacists' views on the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain's (RPSGB) draft continuing professional development (CPD) feedback report: a novel study design. STS Publishing.

Hughes, Mary Louise, John, David Neale, Jones, Arwyn Tomos, Wilkins, M. L. and Jones, E. H. 2005. Patients' views on use of the Welsh language in community pharmacy: an exploratory study. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 13 (s1) , R93. 10.1211/096176705777341217/pdf

Hughes, Mary Louise, John, David Neale and Jones, Arwyn Tomos 2005. Exploring the role of the Welsh language in community pharmacy: the professionals' views. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 13 (s1) , R94. 10.1211/096176705777341217/pdf

Hughes, Mary Louise, Kitchin, Maria, Hood, Kerenza and Whittlesea, Catherine 2004. Adverse drug reactions in the general population - people's experiences and actions. Journal of Applied Therapeutic Research 5 (1) , pp. 17-23.

Hughes, Louise and Luscombe, David Keith 2002. Patients' knowledge and perceptions of the side-effects of OTC medication. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics 27 (4) , pp. 243-248. 10.1046/j.1365-2710.2002.00416.x

Hughes, Louise, Whittlesea, Catherine and Luscombe, David Keith 2002. Symptom or adverse drug reaction? An investigation into how symptoms are recognised as side-effects of medication. Pharmaceutical Journal 269 (7224) , pp. 719-722.

Hughes, Louise, Whittlesea, Catherine and Luscombe, David Keith 2002. Review of National Spontaneous Reporting Schemes: Strengths and Weaknesses. Adverse Drug Reactions and Toxicological Reviews 21 (4) , pp. 231-241.

Hughes, Mary Louise and Luscombe, David Keith 2001. Adverse drug reactions: mothers talk [Abstract]. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 9 , R48.

Hughes, Mary Louise and Luscombe, David Keith 2000. Patients' view on the side-effects of OTC medicines: an ethnographic investigation [Abstract]. Pharmacy World and Science 22 (5-6) , B11-B12.

Hughes, Louise, Whittlesea, Catherine and Luscombe, David Keith 2000. A comparison of the knowledge of trained and untrained community pharmacists regarding adverse drug reaction reporting [Abstract]. Pharmacy World & Science 22 (S1) , B8. 10.1023/A:1017256230758

Hughes, Mary Louise, Whittlesea, Cate, Prior, L. and Luscombe, David Keith 1999. A comparison of the knowledge of trained and untrained community pharmacists regarding adverse drug reaction reporting [Abstract]. Pharmaceutical Journal 263 (7063) , R36.

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