Human Nutrition Research Centre

Staff Profile

Sue Bell

Research Administrator


Sue is a Research Administrator, supporting  Professor Ashley Adamson and Public Health Nutrition.  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]