Katherine commenced as a research project officer in maternal and child health at Burnet Institute while completing a Masters of Public Health at the University of Melbourne. Her areas of specialisation include health economics and economic evaluation, qualitative evidence synthesis, and gender and maternal health.
Prior to her career shift to public health, Katherine worked in economic regulation and competition policy as an assistant director at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), conducting economic and data analysis and providing policy advice on competition matters for the benefit of Australian consumers.
- 2020: International Health Project Officer, Global Women’s and Newborns Health, Burnet Institute
2020: Masters of Public Health, University of Melbourne, Australia
2009: Bachelor of Commerce (economics) and Bachelor of Arts (history), Monash University, Australia
Cost-effectiveness evidence for maternal and perinatal health interventions
Cost-effectiveness of antenatal corticosteroids for women at risk of imminent preterm birth in the early preterm period in low resource countries
Living guidelines in maternal and perinatal health
- Factors affecting use of magnesium sulphate for pre-eclampsia or eclampsia: a qualitative evidence synthesis.
Eddy KE, Vogel JP, Islamiah Zahroh R, Bohren MA
BJOG. 2021 Sep; Epub ahead of print
- Clinical guidelines for caring for women with COVID-19 during pregnancy, childbirth and the immediate postpartum period.
Pavlidis P, Eddy K, Phung L, Farrington E, Connolly M, Lopes R, Wilson AN, Homer CSE, Vogel JP
Women Birth. 2021 Jan; 34(5):455-464