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Professor Katherine Fielding

BSc MSc PhD

Professor
in Medical Statistics & Epidemiology

Room
Room 108

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

Tel.
+44 20 7927 2889

Fax.
+44 20 7636 8739

I joined the School in 2000 after working as a visiting scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Altanta, US and as a lecturer in medical statistics at the University of Nottingham, UK.

Affiliations

Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health
Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology

Centres

Centre for Evaluation
Centre for Statistical Methodology
TB Centre

Teaching

I co-organise and teach on the second term module "Statistical Methods in Epidemiology". I also teach in the third term module "Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology" and the distance learning module EP304.

Research

Research Area
Clinical trials
Public health
Randomised controlled trials
Discipline
Epidemiology
Statistics
Disease and Health Conditions
HIV/AIDS
Infectious disease
Tuberculosis
Country
China
Ethiopia
Malawi
South Africa
Zambia
Region
Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)

Selected Publications

Derivation and external validation of a risk score for predicting HIV-associated tuberculosis to support case finding and preventive therapy scale-up: A cohort study.
Auld AF; Kerkhoff AD; Hanifa Y; Wood R; Charalambous S; Liu Y; Agizew T; Mathoma A; Boyd R; Date A
2021
PLoS medicine
Annual Tuberculosis Preventive Therapy for Persons With HIV Infection : A Randomized Trial.
Churchyard G; Cárdenas V; Chihota V; Mngadi K; Sebe M; Brumskine W; Martinson N; Yimer G; Wang S-H; Garcia-Basteiro AL
2021
Annals of internal medicine
Effect of door-to-door distribution of HIV self-testing kits on HIV testing and antiretroviral therapy initiation: a cluster randomised trial in Malawi.
Indravudh PP; Fielding K; Chilongosi R; Nzawa R; Neuman M; Kumwenda MK; Nyirenda R; Johnson CC; Taegtmeyer M; Desmond N
2021
BMJ global health
Innovative demand creation strategies to increase voluntary medical male circumcision uptake: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial in Zimbabwe.
Mavhu W; Neuman M; Hatzold K; Buzuzi S; Maringwa G; Chabata ST; Mangenah C; Taruberekera N; Madidi N; Munjoma M
2021
BMJ global health
ART initiations following community-based distribution of HIV self-tests: meta-analysis and meta-regression of STAR Initiative data.
Neuman M; Fielding KL; Ayles H; Cowan FM; Hensen B; Indravudh PP; Johnson C; Sibanda EL; Hatzold K; Corbett EL
2021
BMJ global health
Does community-based distribution of HIV self-tests increase uptake of HIV testing? Results of pair-matched cluster randomised trial in Zambia.
Neuman M; Hensen B; Mwinga A; Chintu N; Fielding KL; Handima N; Hatzold K; Johnson C; Mulubwa C; Nalubamba M
2021
BMJ global health
Comparison of community-led distribution of HIV self-tests kits with distribution by paid distributors: a cluster randomised trial in rural Zimbabwean communities.
Sibanda EL; Mangenah C; Neuman M; Tumushime M; Watadzaushe C; Mutseta MN; Maringwa G; Dirawo J; Fielding KL; Johnson C
2021
BMJ global health
Community-based HIV self-testing: a cluster-randomised trial of supply-side financial incentives and time-trend analysis of linkage to antiretroviral therapy in Zimbabwe.
Sibanda EL; Neuman M; Tumushime M; Mangenah C; Hatzold K; Watadzaushe C; Mutseta MN; Dirawo J; Napierala S; Ncube G
2021
BMJ global health
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