Professor Jacqui Reilly has a joint appointment with NHS Health Protection Scotland, where she is lead consultant for Healthcare Associated Infection, Antimicrobial Resistance, Infection control and decontamination. Professor Reilly’s research covers the epidemiology of healthcare associated infection as well as interventions associated with the prevention and control of these infections.
Cross-sectional Survey of MRSA Home-based Decolonisation Practices in Scotland (with Kay Currie Dr, Lynn Cuthbertson, and Lesley Price Dr), Journal of Hospital Infection (2012)
Universal screening for MRSA in acute care: risk factors and outcome from a multicentre study, Journal of Hospital Infection (2012)
A retrospective cohort study into acquisition of MRSA and associated risk factors after implementation of universal screening in Scottish hospitals (with E H. Van Veltzen, K Kavanagh, G Edwards, I M. Gould, R Masterton, F McKenzie, and E K. Girvan), Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology (2011)
Should healthcare workers be screened routinely for meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus? A review of the evidence (with G Hawkins, S Stewart, and O Blatchford), Journal of Hospital Infection (2011)