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Mr Amanj Kurdi


Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Personal statement

I am a clinical pharmacist by training. My research interest is pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Utilisation Research in cardiovascular, diabetes and antibiotics areas as well as adherence/persistence to medications using secondary database analysis and patient level data through applying various statistical and analytical techniques.

I am also interested in Health service research and evaluating the impacts of health policies and clinical guidelines. I am happy to collaborate with other researchers and academics both nationally and internationally. The events and conferences that I regularly attend are EuroDURG and ICPE.


Comparison of zidovudine and tenofovir based regimens with regard to health-related quality of life and prevalence of symptoms in HIV patients in a Kenyan referral hospital
Etenyi Jilian O., Okalebo Faith A., Oluka Margaret, Sinei Kipruto A., Osanjo George O., Kurdi Amanj, Meyer Johanna C., Godman Brian, Opanga Sylvia
Frontiers in Pharmacology, (2018)
Prevalence of post-stroke depression in Iranian patients : a systematic review and meta-analysis
Dalvand Sahar , Gheshlagh Reza, Kurdi Amanj
Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, (2018)
Ongoing activities to optimize the quality and efficiency of lipid-lowering agents in the Scottish National Health System : influence and implications
Leporowski Axel, Godman Brian, Kurdi Amanj, MacBride-Stewart Sean, Ryan Margaret , Hurding Simon, do Nascimento Renata CRM, Bennie Marion, Morton Alec
Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research Vol 18, pp. 655-666, (2018)
Health-related quality of life in Iranian patients with type 2 diabetes : an updated meta-analysis
Mokhtari Zahra, Gheshlagh Reza, Kurdi Amanj
Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews, (2018)
Adequacy of dialysis in Iranian patients undergoing hemodialysis : a systematic review and meta-analysis
Dehvan Fazel , Monjazebi Fateme, Khanghahi Masoumeh Erfani, Mohammadi Hiwa, Gheshlagh Reza, Kurdi Amanj
Nephro-Urology Monthly Vol 10, (2018)
Validity of World Health Organisation prescribing indicators in Namibia's primary health care : findings and implications
Niaz Q, Godman B., Massele A., Campbell S., Kurdi A., Kagoya H.R., Kibuule D.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care, (2018)

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