Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Coláiste Ríoga na Máinleá in Éirinn

Ms Moninne Howlett

Moninne Howlett

Ms. Moninne Howlett
Honorary Clinical Lecturer 

Biography
Moninne is a graduate of the School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences of Trinity College. She began working as a clinical pharmacist in Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin in 2002, where she is currently Chief II Informatics Pharmacist. Since 2011, she has played a central role there in the development of paediatric electronic drug files for use in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit. Moninne has championed the expanded use of smart-pump technology in the paediatric and neonatal setting at a national level. Since 2013, Moninne has been funded by the National Children's Research Centre, Crumlin to research the impact of new technologies on medication safety in the paediatric intensive care setting and is currently a PhD student with the School of Pharmacy, RCSI.

Research Interests
Health Information Technology & Medication Safety
Clinical Pharmacy in Paediatric Intensive Care

Professional Committees
Member of the Hospital Pharmacists Association of Ireland
Member of NPPG-UK (Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists Group), NPPG-PICU Special Interest Group and NPPG-Ireland
Member of the Paediatric Critical Care Model of Care Steering Group, National Critical Care Programme
Member (Pharmacy Lead) of the National Paediatric Standard Concentration Infusion and the National Neonatal Standard Concentration Infusion Working Groups
Member of Expert Advisory Group on Fixed Concentration Infusions for the UK ‘Making It Safer Together' Collaboration

Publications
Hayden JC, Breatnach C, Doherty DR, Healy M, Howlett MM, Gallagher PJ, et al. Efficacy of alpha2-Agonists for Sedation in Pediatric Critical Care: A Systematic Review. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2015.

Butler E, Howlett M. Building a drug file for a clinical information management system: Grand designs or room to improve? Arch Dis Child. 2013;98(6):e1