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Sara is a social scientist with a background in medicine. She is a lecturer at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care at King’s College London.  

Research interests

Sara's research interests include:

  • pedagogical innovation in healthcare professional education;
  • critical understandings of person- and relationship-centred care;
  • patient and staff experiences of care;
  • issues of epistemic and social justice in healthcare;
  • collaborative approaches to the design and delivery of healthcare professional education and practice.  

Enquiring about potential PhD supervision

If you’re thinking of applying for one of our PhD programmes and are looking for potential supervisors, please email listing the names of the supervisors you’ve identified as having expertise in your chosen area, along with your CV and a short research proposal. 

Our Postgraduate Research Team will contact supervisors on your behalf and get back to you. If you have any queries in the meantime, please use the email address above, rather than contacting potential PhD supervisors directly, because they are unable to respond to initial enquiries.


Research profile


Sara's teaching focuses on qualitative research approaches and on the supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate students. She currently leads the advanced qualitative research methods module for postgraduate students.