BSc (Hons) Psychology (2008) and MSc Forensic Psychology (2009)
Phone: 0113 206 7596
Sam joined the group in May 2016 as part of the Life and Bladder Cancer project. The project consists of two studies; a longitudinal survey of newly diagnosed bladder cancer patients and a cross-sectional survey of bladder cancer patients diagnosed in the last 10 years. Before joining the group, she worked as a research assistant as part of the Leeds Institute of Health Sciences on a study evaluating patient preferences for and cost effectiveness of Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy (OPAT). Prior to this she has worked for a third sector research company, South Yorkshire Police and as an associate lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University.
Health and forensic psychology, mental health, psychometrics and development of Patient Reported Outcome Measures
Presentations and Publications
- Mason S, Downing A, Catto J, Glaser A, Wright, EP. (June 2017). Evaluating Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) for bladder cancer: a systematic review using the COSMIN checklist – preliminary results. In Cancer Data and Outcomes Conference 2017: Using data to drive services. Manchester.
- Mason S, Downing A, Wright EP, Hounsome L, Catto J, Glaser A. (June 2017). Health-related quality of life after treatment for bladder cancer in England: Analysis of the Department of Health Bladder Cancer pilot survey. In Cancer Data and Outcomes Conference 2017: Using data to drive services. Manchester.