Katie Greenland - BSc MSc EPIET


Research Fellow


katie.greenland@lshtm.ac.uk
Tel +44 20 7927 2223
Room 441
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Keppel Street
London WC1E 7HT

Background


Before joining the school I worked for two years as an epidemiologist at the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment through the European Programme for Intervention Epidemiology Training.

During this time I was involved in a variety of research and surveillance projects and outbreak investigations and I worked on topics ranging from mumps to chlamydia. I also consulted with the World Health Organisation on Polio vaccination in Nigeria. Prior to the Netherlands I was based in Zambia with an HIV Research group.

 I have a BSc in Natural Sciences from the University of Birmingham and an MSc in Control of Infectious Diseases from LSHTM.


Teaching & Research

I am a Tutor and manage the Moodle discussion forum for the Epidemiology of Communicable Diseases in Developing Countries distance learning module. I also teach on some in-house courses (seminars and lectures). I act as a personal tutor and supervise MSc summer projects.

I am currently working with the Environmental Health Group on research into hygiene and behaviour change. I am primarily working on the design and evaluation of a multiple behaviour change intervention to tackle diarrhoea in Lusaka Province, Zambia. My wider research interests and previous projects include work on vaccine-preventable diseases and soil-transmitted helminths.


Publications

Editorial: Can we afford to overlook hand hygiene again?
Greenland, K.; Cairncross, S.; Cumming, O.; Curtis, V.; Trop Med Int Health, 2013; 18(3):246-9

An opportunity not to be missed - immunisation as an entry point for hygiene promotion and diarrhoeal disease reduction in Nepal.
Velleman, Y. ; Greenland, K. ; Prasad Gautam, O. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development , 2013;

Mumps outbreak among vaccinated university students associated with a large party, the Netherlands, 2010
Greenland, K. ; Whelan, J. ; Fanoy, E. ; Borgert, M. ; Hulshof, K. ; Yap, K. B. ; Swaan, C. ; Donker, T. ; van Binnendijk, R. ; de Melker, H. ; Hahne, S. Vaccine, 2012; 30(31):4676-80

Promoting Health and Advancing Development through Improved Housing in Low-Income Settings.
Haines, A.; Bruce, N.; Cairncross, S.; Davies, M.; Greenland, K.; Hiscox, A.; Lindsay, S.; Lindsay, T.; Satterthwaite, D.; Wilkinson, P.; J Urban Health, 2012;

Acceptability of the internet-based Chlamydia screening implementation in the Netherlands and insights into nonresponse
Greenland, K. E. ; Op de Coul, E. L. ; van Bergen, J. E. ; Brouwers, E. E. ; Fennema, H. J. ; Gotz, H. M. ; Hoebe, C. J. ; Koekenbier, R. H. ; Pars, L. L. ; van Ravesteijn, S. M. ; van Den Broek, I. V. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2011; 38(6):467-74

Clustered lot quality assurance sampling: a pragmatic tool for timely assessment of vaccination coverage
Greenland, K. ; Rondy, M. ; Chevez, A. ; Sadozai, N. ; Gasasira, A. ; Abanida, E. A. ; Pate, M. A. ; Ronveaux, O. ; Okayasu, H. ; Pedalino, B. ; Pezzoli, L. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 2011; 16(7):863-8

Low prevalence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Dutch nursing homes
Greenland, K. ; Rijnders, M. I. ; Mulders, M. ; Haenen, A. ; Spalburg, E. ; van de Kassteele, J. ; de Neeling, A. ; Stobberingh, E. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 2011; 59(4):768-9

Nationwide outbreak of STEC O157 infection in the Netherlands, December 2008-January 2009: continuous risk of consuming raw beef products
Greenland, K. E. ; de Jager, C. ; Heuvelink, A. ; van der Zwaluw, K. ; Heck, M. ; Notermans, D. ; van Pelt, W. ; Friesema, I. Euro Surveill, 2009; 14(8)


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