Dr Sarah Hallas

Elderly Care Researcher


ORCID: 000=008-473-0553

Sarah joined the Academic Unit for Ageing and Stroke Research in July 2019 as an elderly care researcher on the HERO and Care75+ projects.  Before joining the Unit Sarah has undertaken a PhD which developed a core outcome set for venous leg ulceration research evaluations.  Sarah is a registered nurse and has worked predominantly in hepatology, palliative and elderly care services.


Brown L, Heaven A, Quinn C, Goodwin V, Chew-Graham C, Mahmood F, Hallas S, Jacob I, Brundle C, Best K, Daffu-O’Reilly A, Spilsbury K, Young TA, Hawkins R, Hanratty B, Teale E, Clegg A. Community Ageing Research 75+ (CARE75+) REMOTE study: a remote model of recruitment and assessment of the health, well-being and social circumstances of older people. BMJ Open 2021;11(11):e048524. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2020-048524

Hallas, S. K. 2019. Development of a Core Outcome Set for Use in Research Evaluations of Interventions Used for Venous Leg Ulceration. PhD thesis, University of Leeds

Hallas, S., Nelson, A, O’Meara, S., Adderley, U., Meskell, P., Nixon, J., O’Loughlin, A., Probst, S., Tawfick, W., Wild, T and Gethin, G. 2021. Development of a Core outcome set for Venous leg ulceration (CoreVen) research evaluations (protocol). Journal of Tissue Viability. 30(3), pp.317-323. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtv.2021.03.005

Hallas S, Nelson A, O’ Meara S, Gethin G. Meeting Report: Core outcome set for Venous leg ulceration “CoreVen”. European Wound Management Association 2017;18(2): 27-31.