Dr Patrick Redmond
Systematic Review Project Manager
Patrick is a Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland graduate who undertook GP training with the Trinity College Dublin GP specialist training scheme.
Subsequently, he completed a PhD as part of the Health Research Board PhD Scholars Programme in Health Services Research while working as a GP and lecturer at the Department of General Practice, RCSI, Dublin, Ireland. Prior to joining THIS Institute, Patrick was an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the School of Primary, Aboriginal and Rural Health Care at the University of Western Australia.
Patrick was the recipient of a Fellowship to undertake a Cochrane systematic review of interventions to improve medication reconciliation at transitions of care. His PhD thesis was a mixed methods approach to examining prescribing at the primary-secondary care interface.
Patrick sits on the editorial board for the Irish national GP journal – Forum. He is also on the Quality in Practice committee, which publishes and reviews guidelines on behalf of the Irish College of General Practitioners. He practices as a GP in Cambridge three days a week.
Patrick’s research interests are in medication reconciliation, medication errors, transitions of care and systematic review methodology.
His full list of publications can be found here: