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Alyami, Hamad, Koner, Jasdip, Huynh, Chi, Terry, David and Mohammed, Afzal R. (2018). Current opinions and recommendations of paediatric healthcare professionals - The importance of tablets:Emerging orally disintegrating versus traditional tablets. PLoS ONE, 13 (2),

Alyami, Hamad, Dahmash, Eman, Alyami, Fahad, Dahmash, Dania, Huynh, Chi, Terry, David and Mohammed, Afzal R. (2017). Dosage form preference consultation study in children and young adults:paving the way for patient-centred and patient-informed dosage form development. European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, 24 , pp. 332-337.

Hughes, Elizabeth, Terry, David, Huynh, Chi, Petridis, Konstantinos, Aiello, Matthew, Mazard, Louis, Ubhi, Hirminder, Terry, Alex, Wilson, Keith and Sinclair, Anthony (2017). Future enhanced clinical role of pharmacists in emergency departments in England:multi-site observational evaluation. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 39 (4), 960–968.

Huynh, Chi, Wong, Ian C.K., Correa-West, Joanna, Terry, David and McCarthy, Suzanne (2017). Paediatric patient safety and the need for aviation black box thinking to learn from and prevent medication errors. Pediatric Drugs, First ,

Huynh, Chi, Wong, Ian Chi Kei, Tomlin, Stephen, Halford, Ellisha, Jani, Yogini and Ghaleb, Maisoon (2016). An evaluation of paediatric medicines reconciliation at hospital discharge into the community. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 24 (3), pp. 196-202.

Huynh, Chi, Tomlin, Stephen, Jani, Yogini, Solanki, Guirish A., Haley, Helen, Smith, Rachel E., Lowey, Andrew, Sinclair, Anthony, Wilson, Keith A., Wong, Ian Chi Kei and Terry, David (2016). An evaluation of the epidemiology of medication discrepancies and clinical significance of medicines reconciliation in children admitted to hospital. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 101 (1), pp. 67-71.

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