Brian Godman

Visiting Professor

Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Publications

A systematic review on COVID-19 vaccine strategies, their effectiveness, and issues
Khandker Shahad Saif, Godman Brian, Jawad Md Irfan, Meghla Bushra Ayat, Tisha Taslima Akter, Khondoker Mohib Ullah, Haq Md Ahsanul, Charan Jaykaran, Talukder Ali Azam, Azmuda Nafisa, Sharmin Shahana, Jamiruddin Mohd Raeed, Haque Mainul, Adnan Nihad
Vaccines Vol 9 (2021)
https://doi.org/10.3390/vaccines9121387
Enhancing choices regarding the administration of insulin among patients with diabetes requiring insulin across countries and implications for future care
Mardare Ileana, Campbell Stephen M, Meyer Johanna C, Sefah Israel Abebrese, Massele Amos, Godman Brian
Frontiers in Pharmacology (2021)
Prevalence, knowledge and potential determinants of COVID-19 vaccine acceptability among university students in United Arab Emirates; findings and implications
Shahwan Moyad, Suliman Abdulhaq, Jairoun Ammar Abdulrahman, Alkhoujah Sahib, Al-hemyari Sabaa Saleh, AL-Tamimi Saleh, Godman Brian, Mothana Ramzi A
Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare (2021)
Antibiotic consumption at community pharmacies : a multicenter repeated prevalence surveillance using WHO methodology
Saleem Zikria, Faller Erwin Martinez, Godman Brian, Malik Muhammad Sajeel Ahmed, Iftikhar Aqsa, Iqbal Sonia, Akbar Aroosa, Hashim Mahnoor, Amin Aneeqa, Javeed Sidra, Amir Afreenish, Zafar Alia, Sabih Farah, Hashmi Furqan Khurshid, Hassali Mohamed Azmi
Medicine Access @ Point of Care, pp. 1-22 (2021)
Co-infections and antimicrobial use among hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Punjab, Pakistan : findings from a multicenter, point prevalence survey
Mustafa Zia Ul, Salman Saleem Muhammad, Nabeel Ikram Muhammad, Salman Muhammad, Amjad Butt Sanan, Khan Shehroze, Godman Brian, Seaton Ronald Andrew
Pathogens and Global Health (2021)
https://doi.org/10.1080/20477724.2021.1999716
A review of the evidence on attitudes, perceived impacts and motivational factors for European Member State collaboration for pricing and reimbursement of medicines : time for the EEA Member States to apply their experience and expertise in evidence-based decision making to their current pharmaceutical policy challenges
Vella Bonanno Patricia, Cassar Vincent, Godman Brian
Frontiers in Pharmacology Vol 12 (2021)
https://doi.org/10.3389/fphar.2021.666405

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Professional activities

Science and Development Network (Scidev.Net)
Contributor
8/7/2021
Prospective risk assessments: An international perspective
Speaker
27/10/2020
Ongoing activities across countries to increase the utilisation of biosimilars and their implications
Speaker
22/10/2020
Paying for innovative therapies – why existing methods may not suffice
Recipient
14/10/2020

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Projects

Assessment of cardiovascular diseases risk profile and management in HIV-infected patients in Kenya: A local situation analysis to inform future development of quality improvement interventions
Kurdi, Amanj (Principal Investigator) ACHIENG, Loice (Principal Investigator) Bennie, Marion (Co-investigator) Godman, Brian (Co-investigator) Kavanagh, Kimberley (Co-investigator) Megiddo, Itamar (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2020
Utilising a Scottish triad approach to developing and implementing antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) in Ghana and Zambia: Information, Education, Quality Improvement
Sneddon, Jacqueline (Principal Investigator) Afriyie, Daniel Kwame (Co-investigator) Sefah, Israel (Co-investigator) Kurdi, Amanj (CoPI) Godman, Brian (Co-investigator) Bennie, Marion (Co-investigator) Malcolm, William (Co-investigator) Seaton, Andrew (Co-investigator) Cockburn, Alison (Co-investigator) Palenzuela, Esperanza (Co-investigator) Kerr, Frances (Co-investigator) McKinney, Rachel (Co-investigator) McEwen, Jo (Co-investigator) Evans, Morgan (Co-investigator)
By April 2020 to develop and implement robust and reliable systems (accountability)
and processes (practical tools) for antimicrobial stewardship in University Teaching
Hospital Zambia, Ketu Municipal Hospital Ghana and Ghana Police Hospital. This will
include building capacity through provision of training sessions for a total of up to 25
professionals (medical, pharmacy, nursing and laboratory staff) in each country to
deliver a local stewardship programme and a supported point prevalence survey
across each hospital to provide baseline surveillance data on antibiotic use to inform
improvements.
01-Jan-2019 - 30-Jan-2020

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