Brian Godman

Visiting Professor

Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Publications

The impact of COVID-19 on the teaching of non-medical healthcare professionals in Bangladesh : observations and implications from a pilot study
Adnan Nihad, Haque Mainul, Mou Taslin Jahan, Islam Salequl, Nahar Shamsun, Chowdhury Kona, Islam Taslima, Akter Farhana, Sharmin Sabrina, Nusrat Nadia, Kabir Rumana, Biswas Nirmal Kanti, Kumar Santosh, Sharma Paras, Lutfor Afzalunnessa Binte, Siddiqui Tosaddeque Hossain, Etando Ayukafangha, Ahmad Rahnuma, Abdullah Adnan, Godman Brian
Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science (2022)
Lack of knowledge of hepatitis B vaccine the main reason for poor vaccine uptake among healthcare workers caring for the South African elderly
Sibanda M, Meyer JC, Schellack N, Godman B, Burnett RJ
ISPE- 2nd Annual African Regional Interest Group Meeting (2022)
Analysis of policies for the utilization of important antibiotics in animals in Nambia and the implications for future antimicrobial stewardship
Kaupitwa Jennifer Coleen, Nowaseb Seth, Godman Brian, Kibuule Dan
ISPE- 2nd Annual African Regional Interest Group Meeting, pp. 1 (2022)
Sub-optimal influenza vaccine uptake amongst student healthcare workers in South Africa
Nukeri V, Mnisi R, Mogane K, Svogie A, Makhafola K, Meyer JC, Godman B, Sibanda M
ISPE- 2nd Annual African Regional Interest Group Meeting (2022)
The global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the education of healthcare professionals, especially in low- and middle-income countries
Chowdhury Kona, Haque Maninul, Etando Ayukafangha, Kumar Santosh, Lugova Halyna, Shahwan Moyad, Škrbić Ranko, Jairoun Ammar Abdulrahman, Godman Brian
Advances in Human Biology Vol 12, pp. 87-92 (2022)
https://doi.org/10.4103/aihb.aihb_60_22
Evaluation of antibiotic prescribing for ambulatory patients seeking primary dental care services in a Public Hospital in Ghana
Sefah Israel Abebrese, Sneddon Jacqui, Godman Brian
ISPE- 2nd Annual African Regional Interest Group Meeting (2022)

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Professional activities

Notification of a publication in MalariaWorld
Recipient
25/1/2022
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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