Professor Mhairi Mackenzie
- Professor of Public Policy (Urban Studies)
- Professor of Public Policy (Institute of Health & Wellbeing)
- Associate (School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing)
- Public health policy
- Inequalities in access to, and utilisation of, public services
- Evaluation methodologies for complex health and social interventions
- Gender based violence
Elected member of the Social Policy & Society Editorial Board (from Jan 2015)
Member of the Chief Scientist Office Academic Fellowship Award Committee
Member of the Social Policy Association
Current and recently completed grants
Chantler, K (PI), McCarry, M, Mackenzie, M, Scottish Women’s Aid, Shakti Women’s Aid, Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid. Understanding Forced Marriage in Scotland. The Scottish Government: £40,000. 2015-2016.
Mackenzie, M & Burman, M. Assisting the Police to Learn from Process - Knowledge Exchange and the Implementation of 'Clare's Law'. Police Scotland. 2015.
Wu, Abrams, Cooper, Govan, Grieve, Hawkins, Langhorne, Mackenzie, Stott, Sutton, Thomson, Quinn. Complex Reviews Research Support Unit. £1,979,825. National Institute for Health Research; June 2015-May 2020.
Wyke S, Mercer S, Mackenzie M, O'Donnell CA. Evaluation of the Links Worker Programme in 'Deep End' Practices in Glasgow. £336,537. NHS Health Scotland; August 2014-Oct 2016.
Mackenzie M, Stanley N, Feder, G, Cosgrove K,Barton D.Police to Primary Care: Testing the feasibility and acceptability of a high risk domestic abuse notification pilot. CSO: £182,584. May 2014- Jan 2016.
Mackenzie M, Hastings A, Watt G & Simpson S. Proportionate Universalism – testing concept and methods. University of Glasgow Adam Smith Research Foundation; £1,898. 2013.
Hastings A, Watt G, Mackenzie M. Studentship: Lord Kelvin/Adam Smith Studentship: ‘When push comes to shove: getting primary care practitioners and patients on board for ‘proportionate universalism’ in the age of austerity’ Sept 2012 -Sept 2016.
Kearns A, Mackenzie M. Studentship: Scottish Government/ESRC Studentship: Expanding Horizons? Investigating the Commonwealth Games 2014 Legacy for Young People in the East End ofGlasgow Sept 2012 - Sept 2015
Mackenzie M, Hastings A, Munro M, O’Donnell CA. A critical interpretive review of the applicability of ‘candidacy’ as a concept in understanding access to public services. University of Glasgow Adam Smith Research Foundation/Urban Studies Research Fund; £3,851. May-July 2011.
Mackenzie, M, O’Donnell CA, McCartney G. Studentship: Testing the applicability of realist synthesis in the context of the Commonwealth Games.Glasgow Centre for Population Health; £54,500. 1 August 2011 – 31 July 2014.
O’Donnell CA, Mackenzie M, Mair F. Tackling health inequalities in primary care: can performance indicators be a sustainable part of the solution? CSO Healthcare Improvement; £74,995. 1 August 2010 – 31 March 2010.
O’Donnell CA, Mackenzie M, Sridharan S, Platt S. National evaluation of Keep Well.
NHS Health Scotland; £1,051,679. 1 April 2007 – 30 September 2010.
O’Donnell CA, Mackenzie M, Sridharan S, Platt S. National evaluation of Keep Well: Patient and practice experience. NHS Health Scotland; £59,227. 1 March 2008 – 30 September 2010.
McGregor A, Beaumont P, Fischbacher M, Mackenzie M, Stewart S. Evaluation of the Scottish Centre for Healthy Working Lives Workplace Services and Award Programme. NHS Health Scotland; £231,000. 1 June 2009 – 31 March 2012.
Hankey C, Leslie W, Lean, M, Mackenzie M. Food Choices and Changes in Body Weight and Shape in those attempting Smoking Cessation. Food Standards Agency; £660,850. 1 September 2007 – 28 February 2010.
David Baruffati (joint supervision with Sharon Wright & Gerry McCartney): Getting Under the Skin: An urban ethnography exploring the links between deprivation and health within a working-class Glasgow community.
ESRC Open Award (1+3): 2016-2020
Jenn Glinski (joint supervision with Oona Brooks, Jon Minton and Scottish Women’s Aid): ‘Careful calculus’ in its structural and policy context: what does it cost to leave an abusive relationship?
ESRC Collaborative Award (1+3): 2016-2020
Sue Laughlin (Joint supervision with Moira Munro): How fair is the city? The impact of equality legislation on city life: a Glasgow Case Study.
Sarah Ward (joint supervision with Prof Ken Gibb): Assets approaches to community health and wellbeing.
What Works Scotland/NHS Ayrshire & Arran (+3): 2015-2018
Carole Anderson: Negotiating infant feeding in private and public: an exploratory study of women’s experiences 2011
Anna Cunningham: Testing the applicability of realist synthesis in the context of the Commonwealth Games. 2016
Colleen Kerr: Health and wellbeing in mixed communities. 2011
Steve Rolfe: Assessing the outcomes of community involvement in local government. 2016
Sharon Greenwood (joint supervision with Lucy Pickering and Joy Barlow): 'I try hard not to blame my dad’: a sociological interpretation of the ‘problem’ with parental problem substance use'. 2016
James Kaufman (joint supervision with Sharon Wright): The welfare racket: conditionality and marketised activation in street-level welfare-to-work . 2016
Gillian Fergie: Understanding young adults' online engagement and health experiences in the age of social media: exploring diabetes and common mental health disorders (University of Glasgow, 2014)
Billy Gazard: Individuals and Institutions: Structural Adversity and Health in South East London (King’s College London, 2016)
Gerry McCartney: How will the Commonwealth Games impact on Glasgow’s health and how will we know? (University of Glasgow, 2010)
Elizabeth McKenzie: A qualitative study exploring the experiences of access and pathways to health care among BME community residing in Ayrshire (Queen Margaret University, 2017)
Kate Munro: Developing a dialogue on health: user involvement in health and health services (University of Glasgow, 2008)
David Ogilvie: Shifting towards healthier transport? From systematic review to primary research (University of Glasgow, 2007)
Nicholas Sharrer: The Impact of Social Housing on Health: Glasgow and Baltimore in the Twentieth Century (University of Glasgow, 2016)
- Baruffati, David
Getting Under the Skin: An urban ethnography exploring the links between deprivation and health across two socioeconomically contrasting Glasgow communities
- Co-ordinator, Understanding Health Policy (Masters in Global Health)
- Co-ordinator of Health Policy and Health Services (Honours)
- Teach on Level 1A/1B
- Teach on Level 2B
From June 2017 I am interim Director of the Scottish Graduate School and from October 2017 resume role as Deputy Director for Studentships.