Staff Member Biography
Mhairi Campbellposition: Investigator Scientist
phone: 0141 353 7601
University of Glasgow,
200, Renfield Street
Biography and Interests
Mhairi graduated from the University of Glasgow with an MPhil in Social Science Research Methods in 1999 and has a MA (Hons) in Philosophy, also from the University of Glasgow. Before joining the Unit she worked at the Transport Research Institute at Napier University and the Centre for Transport and Society at the University of the West of England. She then held the post of Researcher in Evidence-based Child Public Health in the Paediatric Epidemiology and Community Health (PEACH) Unit at the University of Glasgow. Funded by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, her remit was to generate relatively rapid evidence to inform decisions being made concerning child public health services.
Since joining the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit as an Investigator Scientist in 2012, she has been lead reviewer on a review of theories on how income relates to health for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, and on a qualitative systematic review of the health and wellbeing impacts for lone parents in welfare to work. She is also involved in the TIDieR-PHP project to adapt reporting guidelines for population health and policy interventions.
Her interests are in understanding health inequalities, and in the potential for mixed methods synthesis incorporating systematic review methods to produce timely and useful information on how interventions do, or do not, work.
Campbell M, Thomson H, Fenton C, Gibson M. Lone parents, health, wellbeing and welfare to work: a systematic review of qualitative studies. BMC Public Health 2016;16:188open access
Skivington K, Vojt G, Thomson H, Fenton C, Campbell M, Sweeting H. Systematic literature review of interventions to improve health, happiness and wellbeing in the transition from adolescence to adulthood [systematic review protocol]. MRC/CSO Public and Health Sciences Unit, 2016open access
Vojt G, Thomson H, Campbell M, Fenton C, Sweeting H, McQueen J, Skivington K. Health, happiness and wellbeing for adolescents transitioning to adulthood: a systematic review of individual-level interventions for adolescents from vulnerable groups. MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit Occasional paper no. 26, Glasgow, 2016pubmed
Campbell M, Thomson H, Katikireddi SV, Sowden A. Assessing reporting of narrative synthesis of quantitative data in public health systematic reviews [protocol]. MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, Glasgow, 2015open access
Campbell M, Watson N, Watters N. The cost of school holidays. What Works Scotland, Literature Review, Glasgow, 2015open access
Craig P, Campbell M. Evaluability assessment: a systematic approach to deciding whether and how to evaluate programmes and policies. What Works Scotland, Working Paper, Glasgow, 2015open access
Benzeval M, Bond L, Campbell M, Egan M, Lorenc T, Petticrew M, Popham F. How does money influence health?. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, 2014open access
Campbell M, Egan M, Lorenc T, Bond L, Popham F, Fenton C, Benzeval M. Considering methodological options for reviews of theory: illustrated by a review of theories linking income and health. Systematic Reviews 2014;3:114open access
Campbell M, Reynolds L, Cunningham J, Minnis H, Gillberg C. Autism in Glasgow: referrals to Glasgow cumulative incidence and the effects of referral age, deprivation and geographic location. Child: Care, Health and Development 2013;39:688-694open access
Campbell M, Reynolds L. Referrals to Greater Glasgow Community Autism Team. PEACH Paper No. 25, Glasgow, 2011
Campbell M, Lyons G. Wayfinding in unfamiliar urban environments. In: 40th Universities Transport Study Group Conference Portsmouth, 2008open access
Stradling SG, Martin L, Campbell M. Effects of speed cameras on driver attitude and behaviour. In: Underwood G, editor Traffic and transport psychology: theory and application: proceedings of the ICTTP 2004. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2005:513–520.
Stradling SG, Martin L, Rae C, Campbell M. Symptoms of driver fatigue on long car journeys and recent collision involvement. In: DfT Behavioural Studies Seminar. Esher: Department of Transport, 2004.open access
Campbell M, Stradling SG. Factors influencing driver speed choices. Behavioural Research in Road Safety XIII. London, 2003
Stradling SG, Campbell M, Allen IA, Gorell RSJ, Hill JP, Winter MG, Hope S. The speeding driver: who, how and why?. Research Findings No. 170/2003, Edinburgh, 2003open access
Campbell M, Stradling SG. The general deterrent effect of speed camera housings. Behavioural Research in Road Safety XI. London, 2002
Campbell M, Stradling SG. The impact of speeding tickets on speeding behaviour. Behavioural Research in Road Safety XII. London, 2002