Ian Bennett, MD, PhD

My academic and clinical work has focused on delivering primary health services to vulnerable populations in the U.S. and developing countries around the world. I am currently the principal investigator of an NIH-funded trial of the implementation of collaborative care for perinatal depression in health centers, and I have been funded by Grand Challenges Canada to study health strategies to reach of pregnant women in the U.S., Nigeria, and Peru. 

A significant amount of my work has explored how technology can be used to support evidence-based care models in primary care settings. As a family physician, I provide a full spectrum primary care that includes obstetric, family planning, pediatrics, and general adult health. I also have expertise in mental health, implementation science, strategies to support implementation and dissemination of evidence-based practices for behavioral health integration, and ways to enhance mental health services in primary care settings. 

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Recent Publications

Breast cancer screening in women at high risk of hereditary breast cancer: an Australian experience.
(2021 Apr)
ANZ J Surg 91(4): 685-690
Bennett I, Tourani S, Cockburn L, Reasbeck J, Grobbelaar N, Dann S, Patrikios P, Brazier J

Telepsychiatric Consultation as a Training and Workforce Development Strategy for Rural Primary Care.
(2020 Sep)
Ann Fam Med 18(5): 438-445
Al Achkar M, Bennett IM, Chwastiak L, Hoeft T, Normoyle T, Vredevoogd M, Patterson DG

Comparison of intraoperative ultrasound-guided excision and hookwire-guided excision of impalpable breast lesions: An economic evaluation.
(2020 Sep)
Breast J 26(9): 1879-1881
Behrendorff N, Febery A, Khoo JF, Bennett I

Stigma and utilization of treatment for adolescent perinatal depression in Ibadan Nigeria.
(2020 May 14)
BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 20(1): 294
Kola L, Bennett IM, Bhat A, Ayinde OO, Oladeji BD, Abiona D, Abdumalik J, Faregh N, Collins PY, Gureje O

Responding to the challenge of Adolescent Perinatal Depression (RAPiD): protocol for a cluster randomized hybrid trial of psychosocial intervention in primary maternal care.
(2020 Feb 27)
Trials 21(1): 231
Gureje O, Kola L, Oladeji BD, Abdulmalik J, Ayinde O, Zelkowitz P, Bennett I

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