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Dr. Conor Teljeur

Visiting Research Fellow (Public Health & Primary Care)


Dolk H, Loane M, Teljeur C, Densem J, Greenlees R, McCullough N, Morris J, Nelen V, Bianchi F, Kelly A, Detection and investigation of temporal clusters of congenital anomaly in Europe: seven years of experience of the EUROCAT surveillance system., European journal of epidemiology, 30, (11), 2015, p1153-64 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Olde Bekkink M, McCowan C, Falk GA, Teljeur C, Van de Laar F, Fahey T, Diagnostic accuracy systematic review of rectal bleeding in combination with other symptoms, signs and tests in relation to colorectal cancer, British Journal of Cancer, 102, 2010, p48 - 58, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
O'Kelly FD, Teljeur C, Carter I, Plunkett PK, The impact of a GP cooperative on lower-acuity Emergency Department attendances, Emergency Medicine Journal, 27, (10), 2010, p770 - 773, Notes: [Background: In 1998 'Dubdoc', Ireland's first out-of-hours general practice emergency service, opened in an outpatient suite in St James's Hospital with a separate entrance 300 m from the emergency department (ED). Dubdoc was established with the aim of providing an easy access out-of-hours service for ambulatory patients of those doctors supplying the service. Aim To determine whether ED attendances for patients in the lower acuity triage categories 4 and 5 have changed since the establishment of 'Dubdoc'. Methods A retrospective review of all attendances at the 'Dubdoc' service was compared with attendances at the ED for triage categories 4 and 5 of the same hospital over a 9-year period (1999-2007 inclusive) for equivalent times of day. Results ED attendances during 'Dubdoc' hours have decreased as a proportion of all attendances for triage categories 4 and 5. ED attendances for triage categories 4 and 5 fell substantially during the study period. Conclusions Although the presence of the 'Dubdoc' service has resulted in a decrease in ED attendances for triage categories 4 and 5, this is a minor proportion of the overall decrease in attendances in this group of patients.], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Cahir C, Fahey T, Teeling M, Teljeur C, Feely J, Bennett K, Potentially inappropriate prescribing and cost outcomes for older people: a national population study, British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 69, (5), 2010, p543 - 552, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Teljeur C, Thomas S, O'Kelly FD, O'Dowd T, General practitioner workforce planning: assessment of four policy directions, BMC Health Services Research, 10, (148), 2010, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
Conor Teljeur, Tom O'Dowd, The feminisation of general practice - crisis or business as usual?, The Lancet, 374, 2009, p1147 - 1147, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Teljeur, C., Kelly, A., An urban-rural classification for health services research in Ireland, Irish Geography, 41, (3), 2008, p295 - 311, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
O'Donnell I, Teljeur C, Hughes N, Baumer E, Kelly A, When prisoners go home: Punishment, Social Deprivation and the Geography of Reintegration, Irish Criminal Law Journal, 17, (4), 2007, p3 - 9, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
R. O'Loughlin, S. Allwright, J. Barry, A. Kelly and C. Teljeur, Using HIPE data as a research and planning tool: limitations and opportunities, Irish Journal of Medical Science, 174, (2), 2005, p40 - 45, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Piggott D, Teljeur C, Kelly A, Exploring the potential for using the grid to support health impact assessment modelling, Parallel Computing, 30, 2004, p1073 - 1091, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL

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Kelly A, Carvalho M, Teljeur C, Prevalence of illicit opiate users in Ireland: a 3-source capture recapture study, Dublin, National Advisory Committee on Drugs, May, 2003, 1, 28, Report, PUBLISHED