19982020

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Personal profile

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. 

Expertise & Capabilities

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

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Research Output

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  • 5 Downloads (Pure)

    A qualitative study on factors influencing the implementation of a Clostridium difficile risk prediction tool in the Scottish secondary care setting

    Joseph, A. A., Kurdi, A. & Bennie, M., 28 Feb 2020, In : Access Microbiology . 2, 2, 1 p., po0099.

    Research output: Contribution to journalConference Contribution

    Open Access
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  • Activities

    • 1 Oral presentation

    Upskilling and intensification of work; are robots the answer?

    Johanna McQuarrie (Speaker), Patricia Findlay (Speaker), Kendra Briken (Contributor), Robert Van Der Meer (Contributor), Marion Bennie (Contributor), Emma Dunlop (Contributor)
    22 Aug 201924 Aug 2019

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation

    Impacts

    Improving palliative care through better engagement of community pharmacies.

    Marion Bennie (Participant), Gazala Akram (Participant), Stephen Hudson (Participant)

    Impact: Impact - for External PortalQuality of life and safety, Health and welfare - new products, guidelines and services, Professional practice, training and standards

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