Spark MJ, Tawil R, O’Brien B, Sutherland-Plozza Z, Charles S and John DN (2017) What are the attributes of good pharmacy faculty (lecturers)? An international comparison of the views of pharmacy undergraduate students from universities in Australia and Wales, UK, Pharm Educ., 17(1): 36-42.
Byrne GA, Wood PJ and Spark MJ (2016) Over-the-counter supply of combination analgesics containing codeine in community pharmacy: a simulated patient study, Res Social Admin Pharm., 12(5), e20-21, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sapharm.2016.05.054
Spark J, Byrne G and Wood P (2016) Person centred care scale for pharmacist restricted over-the-counter medicines, Int J Pharm Practice, 24(S2): 27, doi: 10.1111/ijpp.12278.
Waldron AY, Spark MJ and Dennis CM (2016) The use of melatonin by children: parents' perspectives, J Clinic Sleep Med, 12(10), 1395-401.
Wickham J, Spark MJ, Parsons H and Hastings F (2016) Antimicrobial prescribing for urinary tract infections in a residential aged care setting, Res Social Admin Pharm., 12(5), doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sapharm.2016.05.100.
Spark MJ, Malone DT, Maynard G and Stupans I (2016) Cases in teaching and assessment in pharmacy education: guidelines for assigning difficulty, Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 8: 722-25.
Gibbins AK, Wood PJ and Spark MJ (2016) Managing inappropriate use of non-prescription combination analgesics containing codeine: a modified Delphi study, Res Social Adm Pharm., doi:10.1016/j.sapharm.2016.02.015.
Spark MJ, Willis J and Iacono T (2014) Compounded progesterone and the behavioral model of health services use, Res Social Adm Pharm.,10(4): 693-99.
Spark MJ, Willis J, Byrne G and Iacono T (2014) The multifaceted nature of access to compounded progesterone: a cross-sectional study from Australia, Maturitas, 77(2): 155-62.
Spark MJ and Willis J (2014) Application of cognitive interviewing to improve self-administered questionnaires used in small scale social pharmacy research, Res Social Adm Pharm.,10(2): 469-74.
Spark MJ and Taufik MSM (2014) Satisfaction with the prescription medicine information in central Victoria, Res Social Adm Pharm.,10(5): e51-52.
Spark MJ and Moses K (2014) Introducing writing circles to undergraduate final year pharmacy students, Res Social Adm Pharm.,10(5): e29-30.
Spark MJ (2014) Compounding of medicines by pharmacies: an update, Maturitas, 78(4): 239-40.
Kerai P, Wood P and Martin M (2014) A pilot study on the views of elderly regional Australians of personally controlled electronic health records, Int J Med Inform., 83(3): 201-09.
Hamer AM, Spark MJ, Wood PJ and Roberts E (2014) The upscheduling of combination analgesics containing codeine: the impact on the practice of pharmacists, Res Social Adm Pharm.,10(4): 669-78.
Spark MJ, Willis J and Byrne G (2012) Compounded progesterone: why is it acceptable to australian women?, Maturitas, 73(4): 318-24.
Spark MJ and Willis J (2012) Systematic review of progesterone use by midlife and menopausal women, Maturitas, 72(3): 192-202.
Griffiths EV, Willis J and Spark MJ (2012) A systematic review of psychotropic drug prescribing for prisoners, Aust NZ J Psychiatry, 46(5): 407-21.
Brown KE, Swift I and Spark MJ (2012) Pain severity cut-points and analgesic use by community-dwelling people for chronic pain, J Pharm Pract Res., 42(3): 196-99.
Fleming CA and Spark MJ (2011) Factors influencing the selection of rural practice locations for early career pharmacists in Victoria, Aust J Rural Health, 19(6): 290-97.
Bushett NJ, Dickson-Swift VA, Willis JA and Wood P (2011) Rural Australian community pharmacists' views on complementary and alternative medicine: A pilot study, BMC Complement Altern Med., 11(1): 103.