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Doctor Euan Sadler

Doctor Euan Sadler

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Person centred integrated care for older people with complex care and support needs
  • Social science and applied health and social care research
  • Frailty, dementia, multimorbidity, stroke

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Accepting applications from PhD students.

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Research

Research interests

  • Person centred integrated care for older people with complex care and support needs
  • Social science and applied health and social care research
  • Frailty, dementia, multimorbidity, stroke
  • Understanding and addressing health and social care inequalities in marginalised older populations
  • Implementation science and co-production methodological approaches 

Current research

3 NIHR ARC Wessex funded mixed methods projects:

  • Implementation of a digital health coaching intervention for older people with frailty in Wessex
  • Examining factors that facilitate and hinder the implementation of digital tools for self-management of long-term conditions
  • Implementation of a non-digital support intervention for maintaining physical activity in people with long-term conditions.

Other current research projects are:

  • A systematic review and narrative synthesis to explore the meanings, experiences and impacts of frailty from the perspectives of older people
  • A systematic review of case management interventions for older people with frailty in community settings
  • A qualitative study to investigate service user, carer and provider perspectives on integrated care and integrated care pathways for older people with frailty in Lambeth and Southwark, South London
  • A programme of research to evaluate the implementation of integrated physical and mental health services for people with mental health conditions in South London.

Supervised research includes mixed methods studies to evaluate patients’ experiences of digital pain management interventions, and an ethnographic study exploring the relationship between health system responsiveness and the implementation of person-centred integrated care for older people with frailty.

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