Royal Holloway, University of London
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) History, 1st Class Honours
Prior to working for MMU, I worked for Astellas Pharmaceutical company in the Health Economics and Outcomes Research department where I operationally delivered departmental projects and initiatives across a range of therapy areas.
I am currently completing my PhD on the topic of Clinical and cost implications regarding management strategies for chronic wounds.
D. Russell, L. Atkin, A. Betts, C. Dowsett, F. Fatoye, et al. (2018). Using a modified Delphi methodology to gain consensus on the use of dressings in chronic wounds management. Journal of Wound Care. 27(3), pp.156-165.
A. Betts, C. Fatoye, A. Odeyemi, F. Fatoye, I. Odeyemi THE PROFESSIONALS’ PERSPECTIVE OF PATIENT INVOLVEMENT IN MARKET ACCESS: A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS.
A. Betts, G. Yeowell, I. Odeyemi, F. Fatoye A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF CLINICAL EFFICACY ASSOCIATED WITH USE OF PROTEASE-MODULATING INTERVENTIONS WITH DIABETIC FOOT ULCER OR VENOUS LEG ULCER. Baltimore, USA,
A. Betts, I. Odeyemi, F. Fatoye, G. Yeowell, M. Tadej, et al. REAL LIFE USE OF DRESSINGS IN THE TREATMENT OF LEG ULCERS AND DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS. Baltimore, USA,
A. Betts, F. Fatoye, T. Gebrye, I. Odeyemi, G. Yeowell A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF ECONOMIC OUTCOMES ASSOCIATED WITH USE OF TOPICAL INTERVENTIONS FOR TREATMENT OF CHRONIC WOUNDS. Baltimore, USA,
A. Betts, I. Odeyemi, N. Devlin, G. Yeowell, F. Fatoye (2017). Addressing uncertainty in wound management using a modified Delphi methodology. In: Value in Health. pp.A794-A794.