Dr Emily Reeve

BPharm(Hons) PhD
NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Fellow
Northern Clinical School


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Dr Emily Reeve’s research focuses on optimizing medication use in older adults and people with dementia. Emily is a qualified pharmacist with experience working as a clinical pharmacist at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. She completed her doctoral training at the University of South Australia in 2013 and was awarded the medal for her thesis from the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences.

Following her doctoral training she worked as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Sydney with the NHMRC Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre. She also spent two months as a visiting researcher at the Brocher Foundation (Geneva, Switzerland) in 2014.

She is currently an NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Fellow (commenced 2016). The first two years of her fellowship will be undertaken with the Geriatric Medicine Research Unit at Dalhousie University (Nova Scotia, Canada) before returning to the University of Sydney for the final two years. The project is being conducted in collaboration with the Deprescribing in the Elderly Project group at the Bruyère Research Institute (Ottawa, Canada).

Selected grants

2016

  • Development and implementation of person-centred describing guidelines for people with dementia; Reeve E; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Development Fellowships.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Kalogianis, M., Wimmer, B., Turner, J., Tan, E., Emery, T., Robson, L., Reeve, E., Hilmer, S., Bell, J. (2016). Are residents of aged care facilities willing to have their medications deprescribed? Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 12(5), 784-788. [More Information]
  • Galazzi, A., Lusignani, M., Chiarelli, M., Mannucci, P., Franchi, C., Tettamanti, M., Reeve, E., Nobili, A. (2016). Attitudes towards polypharmacy and medication withdrawal among older inpatients in Italy. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 38(2), 454-461. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Low, L., Hilmer, S. (2016). Beliefs and attitudes of older adults and carers about deprescribing of medications: a qualitative focus group study. British Journal of General Practice, 66(649), e552-e560. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Low, L., Shakib, S., Hilmer, S. (2016). Development and Validation of the Revised Patients� Attitudes Towards Deprescribing (rPATD) Questionnaire: Versions for Older Adults and Caregivers. Drugs and Aging, 33(12), 913-928. [More Information]
  • Kouladjian-O'Donnell, L., Gnjidic, D., Reeve, E., Chen, T., Hilmer, S. (2016). Health care practitioners' perspectives on deprescribing anticholinergic and sedative medications in older adults. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 50(8), 625-636. [More Information]
  • Kouladjian-O'Donnell, L., Gnjidic, D., Reeve, E., Chen, T., Hilmer, S. (2016). Health Care Practitioners' Perspectives on Deprescribing Anticholinergic and Sedative Medications in Older Adults. The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 50(8), 625-636. [More Information]
  • Thai, M., Reeve, E., Hilmer, S., Qi, K., Pearson, S., Gnjidic, D. (2016). Prevalence of statin-drug interactions in older people: A systematic review. European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 72(5), 513-521. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Denig, P., Hilmer, S., Ter Meulen, R. (2016). The Ethics of Deprescribing in Older Adults. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 13(4), 581-590. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Gnjidic, D., Long, J., Hilmer, S. (2015). A systematic review of the emerging definition of 'deprescribing' with network analysis: Implications for future research and clinical practice. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 80(6), 1254-1268. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Wiese, M., Mangoni, A. (2015). Alterations in drug disposition in older adults. Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism and Toxicology, 11(4), 491-508. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Bell, J., Hilmer, S. (2015). Barriers to optimising prescribing and deprescribing in older adults with dementia: A narrative review. Current Clinical Pharmacology, 10(3), 168-177.
  • Qi, K., Reeve, E., Hilmer, S., Pearson, S., Matthews, S., Gnjidic, D. (2015). Older peoples' attitudes regarding polypharmacy, statin use and willingness to have statins deprescribed in Australia. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 37(5), 949-957. [More Information]
  • Thai, M., Hilmer, S., Pearson, S., Reeve, E., Gnjidic, D. (2015). Prevalence of Potential and Clinically Relevant Statin–Drug Interactions in Frail and Robust Older Inpatients. Drugs and Aging, 32(10), 849-856. [More Information]
  • Scott, I., Hilmer, S., Reeve, E., Potter, K., Le Couteur, D., Rigby, D., Gnjidic, D., Del Mar, C., Roughead, E., Page, A., Jansen, J., et al (2015). Reducing inappropriate polypharmacy: the process of deprescribing. JAMA Internal Medicine, 175(5), 827-834. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Gnjidic, D., Hilmer, S. (2015). The role of the OncPal deprescribing guideline in end-of-life care. Supportive Care in Cancer, 23(4), 899. [More Information]
  • Tan, E., Visvanathan, R., Hilmer, S., Vitry, A., Quirke, T., Emery, T., Robson, L., Shortt, T., Sheldrick, S., Lee, S., Reeve, E., Gnjidic, D., et al (2014). Analgesic use, pain and daytime sedation in people with and without dementia in aged care facilities: a cross-sectional, multisite, epidemiological study protocol. BMJ Open, 4(6), 1-6. [More Information]

2016

  • Kalogianis, M., Wimmer, B., Turner, J., Tan, E., Emery, T., Robson, L., Reeve, E., Hilmer, S., Bell, J. (2016). Are residents of aged care facilities willing to have their medications deprescribed? Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 12(5), 784-788. [More Information]
  • Galazzi, A., Lusignani, M., Chiarelli, M., Mannucci, P., Franchi, C., Tettamanti, M., Reeve, E., Nobili, A. (2016). Attitudes towards polypharmacy and medication withdrawal among older inpatients in Italy. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 38(2), 454-461. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Low, L., Hilmer, S. (2016). Beliefs and attitudes of older adults and carers about deprescribing of medications: a qualitative focus group study. British Journal of General Practice, 66(649), e552-e560. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Low, L., Shakib, S., Hilmer, S. (2016). Development and Validation of the Revised Patients� Attitudes Towards Deprescribing (rPATD) Questionnaire: Versions for Older Adults and Caregivers. Drugs and Aging, 33(12), 913-928. [More Information]
  • Kouladjian-O'Donnell, L., Gnjidic, D., Reeve, E., Chen, T., Hilmer, S. (2016). Health care practitioners' perspectives on deprescribing anticholinergic and sedative medications in older adults. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 50(8), 625-636. [More Information]
  • Kouladjian-O'Donnell, L., Gnjidic, D., Reeve, E., Chen, T., Hilmer, S. (2016). Health Care Practitioners' Perspectives on Deprescribing Anticholinergic and Sedative Medications in Older Adults. The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 50(8), 625-636. [More Information]
  • Thai, M., Reeve, E., Hilmer, S., Qi, K., Pearson, S., Gnjidic, D. (2016). Prevalence of statin-drug interactions in older people: A systematic review. European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 72(5), 513-521. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Denig, P., Hilmer, S., Ter Meulen, R. (2016). The Ethics of Deprescribing in Older Adults. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 13(4), 581-590. [More Information]

2015

  • Reeve, E., Gnjidic, D., Long, J., Hilmer, S. (2015). A systematic review of the emerging definition of 'deprescribing' with network analysis: Implications for future research and clinical practice. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 80(6), 1254-1268. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Wiese, M., Mangoni, A. (2015). Alterations in drug disposition in older adults. Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism and Toxicology, 11(4), 491-508. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Bell, J., Hilmer, S. (2015). Barriers to optimising prescribing and deprescribing in older adults with dementia: A narrative review. Current Clinical Pharmacology, 10(3), 168-177.
  • Qi, K., Reeve, E., Hilmer, S., Pearson, S., Matthews, S., Gnjidic, D. (2015). Older peoples' attitudes regarding polypharmacy, statin use and willingness to have statins deprescribed in Australia. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 37(5), 949-957. [More Information]
  • Thai, M., Hilmer, S., Pearson, S., Reeve, E., Gnjidic, D. (2015). Prevalence of Potential and Clinically Relevant Statin–Drug Interactions in Frail and Robust Older Inpatients. Drugs and Aging, 32(10), 849-856. [More Information]
  • Scott, I., Hilmer, S., Reeve, E., Potter, K., Le Couteur, D., Rigby, D., Gnjidic, D., Del Mar, C., Roughead, E., Page, A., Jansen, J., et al (2015). Reducing inappropriate polypharmacy: the process of deprescribing. JAMA Internal Medicine, 175(5), 827-834. [More Information]
  • Reeve, E., Gnjidic, D., Hilmer, S. (2015). The role of the OncPal deprescribing guideline in end-of-life care. Supportive Care in Cancer, 23(4), 899. [More Information]

2014

  • Tan, E., Visvanathan, R., Hilmer, S., Vitry, A., Quirke, T., Emery, T., Robson, L., Shortt, T., Sheldrick, S., Lee, S., Reeve, E., Gnjidic, D., et al (2014). Analgesic use, pain and daytime sedation in people with and without dementia in aged care facilities: a cross-sectional, multisite, epidemiological study protocol. BMJ Open, 4(6), 1-6. [More Information]

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