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 Susi Sadler

Susi Sadler

Research Fellow

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South Cloisters 1.06

Susi joined the Health Economics Group in 2016 to work on a range of projects including economic evaluation of the REACH-HF trial in patients with heart failure and modelling self-care interventions for heart failure.

 

Susi previously worked in the University of Sheffield’s Health Economic and Decision Science team, specialising in decision modelling. Her work included health technology appraisal for both the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and pharmaceutical firms and modelling public health interventions for NICE, NHS England and Public Health England.

 

Prior to working as a health economist, Susi has several years’ experience in both the public and private sector, working as an economist for the regulator of social housing and for a large water and sewerage company.

Qualifications

  • MSc Economic Management & Policy (Strathclyde University)
  • BSc (Hons) Anatomy & Physiology (Ind) (Leeds University)

Research

Research interests

Susi has worked on a diverse range of projects, developing and applying decision modelling to the economic valuation of interventions for conditions including cystic fibrosis, osteoporosis, urinary tract infections and ovarian cancer.

 

She has modelled a number of different preventative public health interventions including those aiming to reduce harm from alcohol consumption, reduce the spread of sexually transmitted infections and prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.

Research projects

  • Economic evaluation alongside the REACH-HF trial

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Sadler S, Angus C, Gavens L, Gillespie D, Holmes J, Hamilton J, Brennan A, Meier P (2017). Understanding the alcohol harm paradox: an analysis of sex- and condition-specific hospital admissions by socio-economic group for alcohol-associated conditions in England. Addiction, 112(5), 808-817. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Sadler SE, Holmes M, Ren S, Holden S, Jha S, Thokala P (In Press). Cost-effectiveness of antibiotic treatment of uncomplicated urinary tract infection in women. British Journal of General Practice Open
Tappenden P, Sadler SE, Wildman M (2017). An early health economic analysis of the potential cost-effectiveness of an adherence intervention to improve outcomes for patients with cystic fibrosis. PharmacoEconomics
Sadler S, Angus C, Gavens L, Gillespie D, Holmes J, Hamilton J, Brennan A, Meier P (2017). Understanding the alcohol harm paradox: an analysis of sex- and condition-specific hospital admissions by socio-economic group for alcohol-associated conditions in England. Addiction, 112(5), 808-817. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Forster AS, Buykx P, Martin N, Sadler SE, Southgate B, Rockliffe L, Walker I (2017). Using affective judgement to increase physical activity in British adults. Health Promotion International Full text.
Hummel SR, Sadler S, Whitaker MJ, Ara RM, Dixon S, Ross RJ (2016). A model for measuring the health burden of classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia in adults. Clinical Endocrinology, 85(3), 361-398. Full text.
Davis S, Martyn-St James M, Sanderson J, Stevens J, Goka E, Rawdin A, Sadler S, Wong R, Campbell F, Stevenson M, et al (2016). A systematic review and economic evaluation of bisphosphonates for the prevention of fragility fractures. Health Technology Assessment, 20(78), 1-406. Full text.
Kearns B, Chilcott J, Whyte S, Preston L, Sadler S (2016). Cost-effectiveness of screening for ovarian cancer amongst postmenopausal women: a model-based economic evaluation. BMC Medicine, 14(1). Full text.

Publications by year


In Press

Sadler SE, Holmes M, Ren S, Holden S, Jha S, Thokala P (In Press). Cost-effectiveness of antibiotic treatment of uncomplicated urinary tract infection in women. British Journal of General Practice Open

2017

Tappenden P, Sadler SE, Wildman M (2017). An early health economic analysis of the potential cost-effectiveness of an adherence intervention to improve outcomes for patients with cystic fibrosis. PharmacoEconomics
Sadler S, Angus C, Gavens L, Gillespie D, Holmes J, Hamilton J, Brennan A, Meier P (2017). Understanding the alcohol harm paradox: an analysis of sex- and condition-specific hospital admissions by socio-economic group for alcohol-associated conditions in England. Addiction, 112(5), 808-817. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Forster AS, Buykx P, Martin N, Sadler SE, Southgate B, Rockliffe L, Walker I (2017). Using affective judgement to increase physical activity in British adults. Health Promotion International Full text.

2016

Hummel SR, Sadler S, Whitaker MJ, Ara RM, Dixon S, Ross RJ (2016). A model for measuring the health burden of classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia in adults. Clinical Endocrinology, 85(3), 361-398. Full text.
Davis S, Martyn-St James M, Sanderson J, Stevens J, Goka E, Rawdin A, Sadler S, Wong R, Campbell F, Stevenson M, et al (2016). A systematic review and economic evaluation of bisphosphonates for the prevention of fragility fractures. Health Technology Assessment, 20(78), 1-406. Full text.
Sadler SE, Holmes M, Ren S, Holden S, Jha S, Thokala P (2016). Antibiotic treatment of uncomplicated urinary tract infection in women: a comparative cost-effectiveness study.
Kearns B, Chilcott J, Whyte S, Preston L, Sadler S (2016). Cost-effectiveness of screening for ovarian cancer amongst postmenopausal women: a model-based economic evaluation. BMC Medicine, 14(1). Full text.

2015

Sadler SE, Angus C, Gavens L, Gillespie D, Holmes J, Brennan A, Meier P (2015). Comparing socioeconomic gradients in alcohol-related harm between the four UK countries.

Decision Modelling course at the University of Sheffield, on topics including modelling in Excel, study design and health-related quality of life in modelling. She has also taught statistics to BSc Medicine undergraduates.

 

Susi has supervised and graded undergraduate research projects and masters students’ dissertations.

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