Katie Saunders is a statistician working in the Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research and the Cambridge Research Methods Hub. She trained in medicine at King’s College London, she holds a PhD in statistical genetics / genetic epidemiology from the University of Leeds, and before joining the Primary Care Unit she was working as a statistician at RAND Europe.
She works on health services and policy research and evaluation projects using quantitative methods, and routine healthcare data; currently evaluating the health and wellbeing impact of the construction of phase 2 of HS2, researching how to improve LGBTQ+ health and healthcare outcomes, and as part of the BRACE rapid evaluation centre.
- Saunders CL, Massou E (2021) Using UK Biobank for sexual minority health research. J Comp Eff Res 10(13) 1001-1010
- Saunders CL, MacCarthy S, Meads C, Massou E, Mant J, Saunders AM, Elliott MN (2021) Long-term conditions among sexual minority adults in England: Evidence from a cross-sectional analysis of responses to the English General Practice Patient Survey. BJGP Open. DOI: 10.3399/BJGPO.2021.0067
- Disley E, Gkousis E, Hulme S, Morley K, Pollard J, Saunders CL, Sussex J, Sutherland A (2021). Outcome Evaluation of the National Model of Liaison and Diversion. RAND Europe
List of publications available – here