Dr Ines Rombach
Senior Researcher in Health Economics
I am a researcher in the Health Economics Research Centre, where I work at cost-effectiveness analyses alongside clinical trials.
My research interests include the handling and reporting of missing data in randomised clinical trials, and the use of patient reported outcomes and surgical trials methodology.
I am involved in data monitoring and safety committees as the independent statistician overseeing patient safety and trial conduct. I regularly teach a variety of topics, including aspects of clinical trial design, statistical concepts and statistical programming in Stata.
I also hold a post in the Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit, where I work as a Senior Statistician.
Obtaining EQ-5D-5L utilities from the disease specific Quality of Life Alzheimer’s Disease Scale: Development and results from a mapping study
ROMBACH I. et al, (2020), Quality of Life Research
Current practice in analysing and reporting binary outcome data – a review of randomised controlled trial reports
ROMBACH I. et al, (2020), BMC Medicine
AN EXPLORATION OF THE CLINICAL AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A THUMB BASE OSTEOARTHRITIS COHORT
Mbanasor EC. et al, (2020), RHEUMATOLOGY, 59
THE OA THUMB THERAPY TRIAL: A THREE ARM MULTI-CENTRE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF THE CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICACY OF SPLINTS FOR SYMPTOMATIC THUMB BASE OA
Adams J. et al, (2020), RHEUMATOLOGY, 59
Woodcast versus standard casting material for the immobilization of nonoperatively treated distal radial fractures.
Gwilym S. et al, (2020), The bone & joint journal, 102-B, 48 - 54