Human Nutrition Research Centre

Staff Profile

Sue Bell

Research Administrator


Sue is a Research Administrator, supporting  Professor Ashley Adamson, Public Health Nutrition, and IHS Improving Public Health Research Theme.  Her working days are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Sue joined the University in 1996 as a Project Administrator and, prior to her current role, contributed to two major research projects:- 

European Value of a QALY (EuroVaq) PI: Professor Cam Donaldson [April 2007 - 31 August 2010]

UK Quality Indicator Project (UK QIP)  PI: Professor Richard Thomson [February 1996 - March 2007] 


2014 - The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Managing Safely certificate

2009 - BTEC Professional Award/Certificate in Web Development, Level 4

2007 - Licentiateship LCGI - Senior Support Staff Development Programme, Level 4

1998 - Cambridge IT certificate, Level 3

1995 - NVQ Business Administration, Level 3                                                                   

1995 - RSA Work & Text Processing, Stage III    

Publications [as part of the EuroVaQ Team]

Mason, H., van Exel, J., Baker, R., Brouwer, W., Donaldson, C. and EuroVaQ Team (2016) 'From Representing Views to Representativeness of Views: illustrating a new (Q2S) approach in the context of health care priority setting in nine European Countries', Social Science & Medicine. 166, pp. 205-213

van Exel, J., Baker, R., Mason, H., Donaldson, C., Brouwer, W. and EuroVaQ Team (2015) 'Public views on principles for health care priority setting: Findings of a European cross-country study using Q methodology', Social Science & Medicine, 126, pp. 128–137

Robinson, A., Gyrd-Hansen, D., Bacon, P., Baker, R., Pennington, M., Donaldson, C. and EuroVaQ Team (2013) 'Estimating a WTP-based value of a QALY: The ‘chained’ approach', Social Science & Medicine, September (92), pp. 92-104 

Pennington, M., Baker, R., Brouwer, W., Mason, H., Gyrd-Hansen, D., Robinson, A., Donaldson, C. and EuroVaQ Team (2013) 'Comparing WTP values of different types of QALY gain elicited from the general public', Health Economics, 24(3), pp. 280-293

Acknowledgement of support

'What You Ask is What You Get: Willingness-to-Pay for a QALY in Germany'  [CESifo Working Paper No. 4239]