Ms Meghann Gregg BA MA MSc
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Meghann Gregg is a PhD research degree student in the Faculty of Public Health and Policy, in the Department of Health Services Research and Policy. She first trained in Anthropology at McMaster University, Canada, then University of Auckland, New Zealand, and later in Epidemiology at McMaster University. Her early career work was in health behavioural change, community development, health technology assessment, and vaccines. She is currently examining the uptake of biomedical health services, with the example of treatment and prevention strategies for postpartum haemorrhage in Nigeria.
- Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health
- Faculty of Public Health and Policy
- Department of Health Services Research and Policy
Uptake of biomedical health services, postpartum haemorrhage, and Nigeria
- Maternal health
- Post-Partum Haemorrhage
Effect of tranexamic acid on coagulation and fibrinolysis in women with postpartum haemorrhage (WOMAN-ETAC): protocol and statistical analysis plan for a randomized controlled trial.
Shakur, H. ; Fawole, B. ; Kuti, M. ; Olayemi, O. ; Bello, A. ; Ogunbode, O. ; Kotila, T. ; Aimakhu, C.O. ; Huque, S. ; Gregg, M. ; Roberts, I. ;
Wellcome Open Res, 2016; 1:31
Cost-effectiveness analysis of quadrivalent influenza vaccination in at-risk adults and the elderly: an updated analysis in the U.K
Meier, G.; Gregg, M.; Poulsen Nautrup, B.
J Med Econ, 2015; 18(9):746-61
Economic evaluation of an influenza immunization strategy of healthy children
Gregg, M.; Blackhouse, G.; Loeb, M.; Goeree, R.
International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, 2014; 30(4):394-9
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