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Dr. Lapane is currently a Professor in Quantitative Health Sciences and the Associate Dean of Clinical and Population Health Research.  Her primary research interests falls under the umbrella of medication issues in vulnerable populations.  She has performed drug utilization studies, often evaluating the contextual, organizational, policy impacts on patterns of prescription drug use among nursing home residents.  Dr. Lapane has also conducted a series of non-experimental comparative effectiveness research studies of medications in populations systematically excluded from clinical trials.  She has used large administrative claims databases to estimate the risks associated with appropriate medication use.  Dr. Lapane has conducted large scale intervention trials to improve medication related issues in marginalized populations.  She has led the development and implementation of two large nursing home trials in which she assembled separate expert panels to assist in reviewing the intervention materials and focus.  She has also participated in consensus panels related to inappropriate medication use in older adults. Collaborating with the National Osteoarthritis Initiative, she also has evaluated the use of complementary and alternative medicine and the effectiveness of these treatments in patients with osteoarthritis. Dr. Lapane‚Äôs methodological work has focused on the robustness of techniques and the appropriate application of techniques often used in non-experimental comparative effectiveness research.  Dr. Lapane has had ~15 years of uninterrupted federal support in conducting studies relating to medication use, as well as multisite randomized trials of novel care models. 

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Academic Article The impact of legislation on psychotropic drug use in nursing homes: a cross-national perspective.
Academic Article Effect of triplicate prescription policy on benzodiazepine administration in nursing home residents.
Academic Article Optimising drug utilisation in long term care.
Academic Article Impact of legislation on nursing home care in the United States: lessons for the United Kingdom.
Academic Article Administrative initiatives for reducing inappropriate prescribing of psychotropic drugs in nursing homes: how successful have they been?
Academic Article Patient perceptions regarding electronic prescriptions: is the geriatric patient ready?
Academic Article It is time to assess the role of organizational culture in nursing home prescribing patterns.
Academic Article An evaluation of an adapted U.S. model of pharmaceutical care to improve psychoactive prescribing for nursing home residents in northern ireland (fleetwood northern ireland study).
Academic Article Medicare part D and long-term care: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative evidence.
Academic Article Persistent nonmalignant pain and analgesic prescribing patterns in elderly nursing home residents.
Academic Article Roadblock on the health IT superhighway: e-prescribing and the Controlled Substances Act.
Academic Article Misperceptions of patients vs providers regarding medication-related communication issues.
Academic Article A profile of concurrent alcohol and alcohol-interactive prescription drug use in the US population.
Academic Article Prescribing for older people in nursing homes: challenges for the future.
Academic Article Electronic prescribing and other forms of technology to reduce inappropriate medication use and polypharmacy in older people: a review of current evidence.
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Academic Article Effects of prescription nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs on symptoms and disease progression among patients with knee osteoarthritis.
Academic Article Prescription analgesia and adjuvant use by pain severity at admission among nursing home residents with non-malignant pain.

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