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Professor Marion Bennie

Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Personal statement

Marion is a qualified pharmacist who graduated from The Robert Gordon's University with a BSc in Pharmacy followed by a MSc in Clinical Pharmacy at the Universtiy of Strathclyde.  She obtained an Advanced Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy Teaching from the University of Leeds.

She holds a senior joint appointment with the NHS in Scotland as Chief Pharmacist, Public Health and intelligence, National Services Scotland which provides national and specialist services across Scotland. In 2008 Marion took up a 50% appointment as Professor of Pharmacy Practice in SIPBS. 

Publications

Evaluating statin utilisation in clinical practice in Scotland : impact of statin intensity on adherence and persistence to therapy
Mueller Tanja, do Nascimento Renata Cristina R. Macedo, Bennie Marion, Godman Brian, Hurding Simon, MacBride Stewart Sean, Guerra Júnior Augusto Afonso, de Assis Acurcio Francisco, Morton Alec, Kurdi Amanj
34th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology and Therapeutic Risk Management, (2018)
Optimising carbapenem use through a national quality improvement programme
Robson Siân E, Cockburn Alison, Sneddon Jacqueline, Mohana Abdulrhman, Bennie Marion, Mullen Alexander B., Malcolm William, Armstrong Jennifer, Patton Andrea, Seaton Ronald Andrew
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, (2018)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jac/dky171
Development of a web-based application to improve data collection for antimicrobial point prevalence surveys in the public health care system in South Africa; findings and implications
Dlamini NN, Meyer JC, Kruger D., Godman B, Kurdi A., Bennie M., Schellack N.
4th Training Workshop and Symposium MURIA Group, (2018)
A countrywide point prevalence study in South Africa – using technology to determine use and appropriateness
Schellack Natalie, Meyer Johanna C, Kruger Danie, Bennie Marion, Kurdi Amanj, Godman Brian
4th Training Workshop and Symposium MURIA Group, (2018)
Statin use in Brazil : findings and implications
Nascimento RCRM, Guerra Júnior AA, Alvares J, Gomes IC, Godman B, Bennie M, Kurdi AB, Acurcio F de A
Current Medical Research and Opinion, (2018)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03007995.2018.1451312
Collaborative innovation, new technologies and work redesign
Lindsay Colin, Findlay Patricia, McQuarrie Johanna, Bennie Marion, Corcoran Emma, Van Der Meer Robert
Public Administration Review Vol 78, pp. 251-260, (2018)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/puar.12843

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Research interests

Marion's research portfolio is focused on development of a robust evidence base to support the safe, effective and person centred care through use of medicines and other health technologies. Key areas of interest:

  • Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Pharmacy Practice
  • Healthcare Interventions

Projects

EMA - Impact of EU labels changes for hydroxyzine products
Bennie, Marion (Principal Investigator)
Period 01-Feb-2018 - 31-Jul-2019
Effectiveness and Pharmacoepidemiology Studies - Framework Agreement
Bennie, Marion (Principal Investigator) Kavanagh, Kimberley (Co-investigator) Robertson, Charles (Co-investigator)
Period 05-Oct-2015 - 04-Oct-2019
Rutherford Fund Fellowship at HDR UK: Risk Prediction in Pharmacoepidemiology
Bennie, Marion (Co-investigator) Robertson, Charles (Co-investigator)
Period 14-Feb-2018 - 13-Feb-2021
Fast-tracking Health Innovation for NHS Scotland (MRC Confidence in Concept 2017) / R170262-104
Kavanagh, Kimberley (Principal Investigator) Bennie, Marion (Co-investigator) Lennon, Marilyn (Co-investigator) Maguire, Roma (Co-investigator) Robertson, Charles (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Mar-2017 - 28-Feb-2019
Evaluation of Pharmacy input to General Practices within Scotland
Bennie, Marion (Principal Investigator)
Period 01-Apr-2017 - 31-Mar-2019
Cancer Medicines Outcomes Programme
Bennie, Marion (Principal Investigator) Robertson, Charles (Co-investigator)
Period 31-Oct-2016 - 31-Mar-2019

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Address

Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences
John Arbuthnott Building Robertson Wing

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