Sarah Credé BSc (physiotherapy), MPH (epidemiology)
School of Health and Related Research
30 Regent Street
Sheffield S1 4DA
I began working at the University of Sheffield in September 2013 as a University Teacher in Health Services Research. Currently I work as the deputy course director for the MSc Advanced Emergency Care and contribute to the teaching on this course and other MSc courses in ScHARR. In October 2015, I took on the additional role of research associate within ScHARR and am working part-time on completing my PhD. My PhD is a NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) funded project that is looking at Migrants’ use of emergency services in England.
Prior to starting at the University of Sheffield I worked as a research manager for a non-governmental organisation in South Africa. I completed my MPH at The University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa and subsequently worked on numerous research projects as a research assistant at UCT. The dissertation I completed as part of my MPH explored the utilization of healthcare services by children with Foetal Alcohol Syndrome in the Western Cape, South Africa. During my time at the University of Cape Town I was also involved in teaching of the MPH, particularly quantitative research methods.
My research interests include the utilization of healthcare resources, equity in access to healthcare, as well as emergency and urgent care systems.
Migrants’ utilization of emergency services in England.
I am Deputy course director for the MSc Advanced Emergency Care. My particular teaching interests are in epidemiology, statistics and quantitative research methods. I supervise and examine dissertation projects and provide personal tutor support to students.
• Prof Suzanne Mason
• Dr Elizabeth Such
- International migrants’ use of emergency departments in Europe compared with non-migrants’ use: a systematic review. European Journal of Public Health, 28(1), 61-73. View this article in WRRO
- What is the evidence for the management of patients along the pathway from the emergency department to acute admission to reduce unplanned attendance and admission? An evidence synthesis. BMC Health Services Research, 17, 355-355. View this article in WRRO
- Expanding contraceptive options for PMTCT clients: a mixed methods implementation study in Cape Town, South Africa.. Reprod Health, 11(1), 3. View this article in WRRO
- Factors impacting knowledge and use of long acting and permanent contraceptive methods by postpartum HIV positive and negative women in Cape Town, South Africa: A cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 12(1).
- The utilization of health care services by children with Foetal Alcohol Syndrome in the Western Cape, South Africa. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 115(3), 175-182.