Institution: University of Huddersfield, UK.
Position: Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacist.
Current research: I study trends and associations in suicide and self-harm using large health care datasets, which contain thousands of anonymised patient records. My PhD explored the risk of self-harm and suicide in people with epilepsy, and the role of antiepileptic drugs.
Research interests: In addition to the themes discussed above, I have a keen interest in developing the understanding and role of pharmacy teams in suicide and self-harm prevention.
- Gorton, H. C., Webb, R. T., Kapur, N., & Ashcroft, D. M. (2016). Non-psychotropic medication and risk of suicide or attempted suicide: a systematic review. BMJ Open, 6(1), p.e009074. DOI:10.113/bmjopen-2015-009074
- Gorton, H. C., Webb, R. T., Carr, M. J., & Ashcroft, D.M. (2016). Cohort Study Examining the Contribution of Antiepileptic Drugs to Poisoning Deaths in Epilepsy. Presented at 32nd International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology and Therapeutic Risk Management, Dublin, 25-28 August 2016. Pharmacoepidemiol. Drug Saf. 25 (S3), 3-679.
- Gorton, H. C., Littlewood, D., Lotfallah, C. et al. (2019). Suicide awareness and preventin: understanding the current and potential role of community pharmacy teams. [Oral Abstracts]. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 27, 4-26. doi:1111/ijpp.12532
- Gorton, H. C. (2019). What could UK community pharmacy teams learn from the United States and Canada about their role in suicide prevention? Clinical Pharmacist [Internet], 11(3)
Can help with:
- Medication (I am a pharmacist!)
- Epidemiology study designs
- Large electronic health records (especially CPRD and SAIL)
- Use of STATA® for data management and statistical analysis
What’s essential to your well-being? Running (especially my wonderful running club friends), gym, dancing, reading (including self-improvement, but take with a pinch of salt) and holidays!
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