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Dr Sarah Walker

Dr Sarah Walker

Research Fellow

6037

01392 726037

Smeall building JS01

My current project is the ExTraMatch II study, using individual participant data in a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. The aim of this study is to identify subgroups of heart failure patients with the greatest potential for benefit from exercise-based rehabilitation programmes.

Qualifications

PhD Quantification of the risk of breast, uterine and cervical cancers in symptomatic women in primary care - Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry (2017)

MSc Statistics with Applications in Medicine - University of Southampton (2003)

BSc Mathematics, 2:1 - University of Sheffield (2002)

 

Research

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Walker S, Hamilton W (2017). Risk of cervical cancer in symptomatic women aged ≥40 in primary care: a case-control study using electronic records. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl), 26(3). Abstract.  Author URL.
Walker S, Hyde C, Hamilton W (2014). Risk of breast cancer in symptomatic women in primary care: a case-control study using electronic records. Br J Gen Pract, 64(629), e788-e793. Abstract.  Author URL.
Walker S, Hyde C, Hamilton W (2013). Risk of uterine cancer in symptomatic women in primary care: case-control study using electronic records. Br J Gen Pract, 63(614), e643-e648. Abstract.  Author URL.
Almasi K, Belso N, Kapur N, Webb R, Cooper J, Hadley S, Kerfoot M, Dunn G, Sotonyi P, Rihmer Z, et al (2009). Risk factors for suicide in Hungary: a case-control study. BMC Psychiatry, 9 Abstract.  Full text.
Dubicka B, Hadley S, Roberts C (2006). Suicidal behaviour in youths with depression treated with new-generation antidepressants: meta-analysis. Br J Psychiatry, 189, 393-398. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lovell K, Cox D, Haddock G, Jones C, Raines D, Garvey R, Roberts C, Hadley S (2006). Telephone administered cognitive behaviour therapy for treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder: randomised controlled non-inferiority trial. BMJ, 333(7574). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Conferences

Mcnamee R, Hadley S, Carder M, Beverland I, Elton R, Boyd J, Van Tongeren M, Agius R (2006). Are cardiopulmonary patients more susceptible to acute effects of air pollutants?.  Author URL.

Publications by year


2017

Walker S, Hamilton W (2017). Risk of cervical cancer in symptomatic women aged ≥40 in primary care: a case-control study using electronic records. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl), 26(3). Abstract.  Author URL.

2014

Walker S, Hyde C, Hamilton W (2014). Risk of breast cancer in symptomatic women in primary care: a case-control study using electronic records. Br J Gen Pract, 64(629), e788-e793. Abstract.  Author URL.

2013

Walker S, Hyde C, Hamilton W (2013). Risk of uterine cancer in symptomatic women in primary care: case-control study using electronic records. Br J Gen Pract, 63(614), e643-e648. Abstract.  Author URL.

2009

Almasi K, Belso N, Kapur N, Webb R, Cooper J, Hadley S, Kerfoot M, Dunn G, Sotonyi P, Rihmer Z, et al (2009). Risk factors for suicide in Hungary: a case-control study. BMC Psychiatry, 9 Abstract.  Full text.

2006

Mcnamee R, Hadley S, Carder M, Beverland I, Elton R, Boyd J, Van Tongeren M, Agius R (2006). Are cardiopulmonary patients more susceptible to acute effects of air pollutants?.  Author URL.
Dubicka B, Hadley S, Roberts C (2006). Suicidal behaviour in youths with depression treated with new-generation antidepressants: meta-analysis. Br J Psychiatry, 189, 393-398. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lovell K, Cox D, Haddock G, Jones C, Raines D, Garvey R, Roberts C, Hadley S (2006). Telephone administered cognitive behaviour therapy for treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder: randomised controlled non-inferiority trial. BMJ, 333(7574). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

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