BA (Hons), MSc, DPhil
Health Economics Researcher, National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, University of Oxford
Helen joined the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit as a health economics researcher in August 2015, and prior to this worked for 13 years as an economist at the Health Economics Research Centre, which is also based within the University of Oxford. She has an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York, and a DPhil in Health Economics which was awarded by the University of Oxford in 2008. Helen has experience of trial and model-based health economic evaluation as well as costing studies. She is currently involved in a number of projects looking at the costs of stillbirth, and obesity in pregnant women.
Quantifying the healthcare costs of treating severely bleeding major trauma patients: a national study for England.
Campbell HE. et al, (2015), Crit Care, 19
Costs and quality of life associated with acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding in the UK: cohort analysis of patients in a cluster randomised trial.
Campbell HE. et al, (2015), BMJ Open, 5
Coronary artery bypass grafting in high-RISk patients randomised to off- or on-Pump surgery: a randomised controlled trial (the CRISP trial).
Rogers CA. et al, (2014), Health Technol Assess, 18, v - 157
Prophylactic platelet transfusions in patients with blood malignancies: cost analysis of a randomized trial
Campbell HE. et al, (2014), Transfusion, 54, 2394 - 2403
Restrictive vs liberal blood transfusion for acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding: rationale and protocol for a cluster randomized feasibility trial.
Jairath V. et al, (2013), Transfus Med Rev, 27, 146 - 153