Dr. Andrew Lee

  • Senior Clinical University Teacher, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR)
  • Tel: 0114 222 0872
  • Email: andrew.lee@sheffield.ac.uk
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Andrew qualified in medicine from the University of Edinburgh. Following paediatric and tropical medicine training, he then worked overseas running primary health care and tuberculosis control programmes in Afghanistan.  He is dual trained in general practice and public health in the UK, and has previously worked as a Public Health Consultant in Nottingham City. He joined the Section of Public Health in February 2008 and am a part time Senior Clinical University Teacher.

Research Interests

Andrew’s  research interests are in the field of health protection (disaster response and emergency planning, control of communicable diseases), international health as well as health service management.  His previous research projects include

  • an evaluation of Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome
  • a survey of deliberate self-harmers in North Kent
  • a study of the drivers of smoking in young people in Pakistan
  • a study on beneficiary perspectives of humanitarian aid in Sri Lanka after the Asian Tsunami disaster in 2004
  • HQIP funded ‘Multi-site cancer mortality audit’, 2010
  • An NIHR-funded multi-agency study scoping the evidence for emergency planning in health in the UK (NIHR SDO 09/1005/03)   (Available at: http://www.netscc.ac.uk/hsdr/projdetails.php?ref=09-1005-03)

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