Sarah leads the specialist semester 2 course in Social Determinants of Health and Public Policy and is programme organiser for the intercalated Bachelor of Medical Sciences with Honours in Global Health Policy.
Sarah joined the University of Edinburgh in 2009 having previously worked in public health, medicine and research in New Zealand, the USA, New Zealand, West Africa and Glasgow.
Ralston R, Hill SE, Gomes FD, Collin J (2020). Towards preventing and managing conflict of interest in nutrition policy? an analysis of submissions to a consultation on a draft WHO tool. International Journal of Health Policy and Management (online first) doi:10.34172/ijhpm.2020.52/jhpm.2020.52
Nuyts PA, Hewer RM, Kuipers MA, Lorant V, Grard A, SILNE-R Consortium, Hill S, Amos A (2019). Youth Access to Cigarettes Across Seven European Countries: A Mixed-Methods Study. Nicotine & Tobacco Research ntz180, https://doi.org/10.1093/ntr/ntz180
Papanastasiou N, Hill SE, Amos A (2018). Evidence from qualitative studies of youth about the impacts of tobacco control policy on young people in Europe: a systematic review. Nicotine & Tobacco Research [online] https://doi.org/10.1093/ntr/nty007
Smith K, Hill S, Bambra C (Eds) (2016). Health Inequalities: Critical Perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Collin J, Hill S (2016).Industrial epidemics and inequalities: The commercial sector as a structural driver of inequalities in non-communicable diseases. In Smith K, Hill S, Bambra C (Eds). Health Inequalities: Critical Perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Hill S (2016).Axes of health inequalities and intersectionality. In Smith K, Hill S, Bambra C (Eds). Health Inequalities: Critical Perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Health inequalities and the social determinants of health, tobacco and health, structural drivers of health inequities including historical and institutional discrimination,role of commercial actors in non-communicable disease epidemics
Sarah's research interests include health inequalities and the social determinants of health; the impacts on health and health policy of tobacco and other unhealthy commodity producers; and global health. She is particularly interested in the structural drivers of health inequities including historical and institutional discrimination and the role of commercial actors in non-communicable disease epidemics.
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