Evaluation of complex interventions and knowledge translation. Research interests include the evaluation of complex interventions by individual patient data meta-analysis, published data and primary research; methods to support the translation of evidence and for improving the quality of health information used by the public, this has resulted in the DISCERN guidelines for producing and appraising health information for the public www.discern.org.uk and www.discern-genetics.org.uk
After a first degree in psychology Sasha graduated from the Harvard School of Public Health with an MSc, and then completed research for a DPhil at the Department of Public Health, University of Oxford. Following this she worked at Imperial College, London. Currently she is Professor of Health Services Research and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Public Health. She is also the co-coordinating editor for the Cochrane Effective Practice and Organisation of Care (EPOC) Review Group, and convener for the UK EPOC satellite group.