Natalie Cooper

Title: Dr
PhD, MBChB
Clinical Lecturer

Natalie Cooper is a Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Queen Mary University. This role incorporates clinical and academic training. 

Natalie's interest in an academic career started when she worked as research follow at the University of Birmingham, recruiting to and running a multicentre randomised controlled trial. During that time she started her PhD in ambulatory gynaecology which was awarded in summer 2013. 

She is a member of the Menstrual Disorders Clinical Study Group and has worked with the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy to write the RCOG greentop guideline for Best Practice in Outpatient Hysteroscopy. 

Natalie has presented her work and taught at both national and international meetings.

Research

Systematic reviews, Health Technology Assessment programme projects in benign gynaecology and evidence based medicine. Also experience in performing economic analyses. 

Publications

Cooper NAM, Clark TJ. Management of Postmenopausal Bleeding. CME Journal of Gynaecologic Oncology 2008; 13:44—51

Cooper NAM, Smith P, Khan KS, Clark TJ. Vaginoscopic approach to outpatient hysteroscopy: a systematic review of the effect on pain. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2010;117(5):532-9.

Cooper NAM, Khan KS, Clark TJ. Local anaesthesia for pain control during outpatient hysteroscopy: systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ 2010;340:1130.

Cooper NAM, Smith P, Khan KS, Clark TJ. Authors response to: Vaginoscopic approach to outpatient hysteroscopy: a systematic review of the effect on pain. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2010, 117/9(1164).

Cooper NAM, Endometrial Ablation: the right choice for the right patient. Commissioned by the Primary Care Women’s Health Journal. 2010 2:1:77-79

Cooper NAM. Book Review: Abnormal Uterine Bleeding by Malcolm G. Munro. The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist 2010 12: 141

Cooper NAM, Kremer C, Clark TJ. Best Practice in Outpatient Hysteroscopy (RCOG/BSGE joint guideline). Green-top guideline No 59. RCOG press, March 2011.

Cooper NAM, Smith PS, Khan KS, Clark TJ. A systematic review of the effect of the distension medium used on pain during outpatient hysteroscopy. Fertility and Sterility 2011, 95/1(264-271).

Natalie A.M. Cooper, T. Justin Clark. Management of vaginal bleeding in the acute clinical setting. Chapter 14 in: Acute Gynaecology and Early Pregnancy. Edited by Davor Jurkovic and Roy Farquharson. RCOG press, 2011.

Cooper NAM, Smith P, Khan KS, Clark TJ. Does cervical preparation before outpatient hysteroscopy reduce women’s pain experience? A systematic review. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2011, 118:11;1292-301.

Cooper NAM, Clark TJ.  Ambulatory Hysteroscopy. The Obstetrician and Gynaecologist 2013;15:159-66.

Cooper NAM, Barton PM, Breijer MC,  Caffrey O,  Opmeer BC, Timmermans A,  Mol BWJ, Khan KS, Clark TJ. Cost-effectiveness of diagnostic strategies for the management of abnormal uterine bleeding (heavy menstrual bleeding and post-menopausal bleeding). Health Technology Assessment Programme. In press.


View all Natalie Cooper's Research Publications at: http://www.researchpublications.qmul.ac.uk


Contact

Centre for Primary Care and Public Health 
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
Yvonne Carter Building
58 Turner Street
Whitechapel 
London E1 2AB
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