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Beate Sander

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • University of Toronto Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation
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  • 673CitationsNumber of citations received by Beate's publications. Updated daily.

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Research interests

infectious diseasespublic healthhealth policymathematical modelingdecision analysishealth economics

About

Beate Sander (RN, MBA, MEcDev, PhD) is a Scientist with Public Health Ontario (PHO), and Assistant Professor at the Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto. Beate's primary research interest is the economic evaluation of health care programs applied to public health interventions, particularly vaccine-preventable diseases. Recent work includes an economic evaluation of Ontario's Universal Influenza Immunization Program and economic evaluations of pandemic influenza mitigation strategies in Canada and the US. Her research encompasses several different methods and approaches to study these questions. She uses tools of decision analysis, health economics and mathematical modeling to determine efficient resource use. Beate has a special interest in advanced modeling methods and the use of administrative data for health and economic evaluation.

Co-authors (158)

Publications (5)

  • The cost-utility of integrated cervical cancer prevention strategies in the Ontario setting – Can we do better?

    • Sander B
    • Wong W
    • Yeung M
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  • Influenza Immunization Data: Can We Make Order Out of Chaos?

    • Pereira J
    • Heidebrecht C
    • Quach S
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  • Reactive strategies for containing developing outbreaks of pandemic influenza

    • Andradóttir S
    • Chiu W
    • Goldsman D
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  • Variability in transmissibility of the 2009 H1N1 pandemic in Canadian communities

    • Mostaco-Guidolin L
    • Greer A
    • Sander B
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  • Effect of Influenza Treatment with Oseltamivir on Health Outcome and Costs in Otherwise Healthy Children

    • Reisinger K
    • Greene G
    • Aultman R
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Institute for Health Policy, Management and Evaluation; University of Toronto

October 2011 - Present

Scientist - Health Economics

Public Health Ontario

June 2010 - Present

Investigator

Toronto Health Economics and Technology Assessment Collaborative (THETA)

January 2007 - Present

Adjunct Scientist

Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)