Dr Helen Campbell
BA MSc DPhil
Researcher in Health Economics
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 has previously worked on projects estimating the costs of stillbirth and looking at the longer-term costs and health outcomes of children surviving perinatal asphyxia. She is currently involved in a number of modelling projects looking at the cost-effectiveness of controlling gestational weight gain in obese pregnant women and the cost-effectiveness of first trimester antenatal anomaly screening.
Comparison of the clinical and cost effectiveness of two management strategies (rehabilitation versus surgical reconstruction) for non-acute anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury: study protocol for the ACL SNNAP randomised controlled trial.
Davies L. et al, (2020), Trials, 21
Total versus partial knee replacement in patients with medial compartment knee osteoarthritis: the TOPKAT RCT.
Beard DJ. et al, (2020), Health Technol Assess, 24, 1 - 98
Data-driven Development of ROTEM and TEG Algorithms for the Management of Trauma Hemorrhage: A Prospective Observational Multicenter Study.
Baksaas-Aasen K. et al, (2019), Ann Surg, 270, 1178 - 1185
Preferences for interventions designed to increase cervical screening uptake in non-attending young women: How findings from a discrete choice experiment compare with observed behaviours in a trial.
Campbell HE. et al, (2019), Health Expect
The effectiveness of home versus community-based weight control programmes initiated soon after breast cancer diagnosis: a randomised controlled trial.
Harvie M. et al, (2019), Br J Cancer