Dr Melanie Dembinsky

Research Fellow

Health Sciences Stirling Stirling,

Dr Melanie Dembinsky

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Research (2)

Women's health, marginal and vulnerable groups, medical anthropology


TOPSY trial:Treatment Of Prolapse with Self-care pessary
Funded by: National Institute for Health Research

SCENIC: Surmounting COVID Challenges, Experiences of Nurses in Charge
PI: Dr Kathleen Stoddart
Funded by: NHS Lothian and NHS Grampian

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Bugge C, Kearney R, Dembinsky M, Khunda A, Graham M, Agur W, Breeman S, Dwyer L, Elders A, Forrest M, Goodman K, Guerrero K, Hemming C, Mason H & McClurg D (2020) The TOPSY pessary self-management intervention for pelvic organ prolapse: a study protocol for the process evaluation. Trials, 21 (1), Art. No.: 836. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-020-04729-w


Hagen S, Kearney R, Goodman K, Melone L, Elders A, Manoukian S, Agur W, Best C, Breeman S, Dembinsky M, Dwyer L, Forrest M, Graham M, Guerrero K & Bugge C (2020) Clinical and cost-effectiveness of vaginal pessary self-management compared to clinic-based care for pelvic organ prolapse: protocol for the TOPSY randomised controlled trial. Trials, 21 (1), Art. No.: 837. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-020-04738-9


van der Zande MM, Dembinsky M, Aresi G & van Staa TP (2019) General practitioners' accounts of negotiating antibiotic prescribing decisions with patients: a qualitative study on what influences antibiotic prescribing in low, medium and high prescribing practices. BMC Family Practice, 20, Art. No.: 172. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12875-019-1065-x


Dembinsky M, Bugge C, Kearney R, Hagen S, Goodman K, Melone L, Khunda A & Graham M (2019) TOPSY ICTMC Recruitment Poster., Brighton, 06.10.2019-09.10.2019.



Communication Workshops; SHSU002 Group work; SHSU002 Soundbite presentation; MMI