Sarah Jasim
LSE

ARC ROLE

Research Partnership Team, ARC North Thames

PROFESSIONAL ROLE

Research Fellow in Social Care, Care Policy and Evaluation Centre, The London School of Economics and Political Science

EXPERTISE AND INTERESTS

Sarah is a mixed-methods researcher with experience in complex evaluations in mental health, social care and health services. She holds a BSc (Joint Honours) in Biology and Management as well as an MPH and a PhD from Imperial College London.

Sarah has previously worked in research roles as a mixed-methods research fellow for the ARC North Thames within the Department of Applied Health Research at UCL, evaluating the national "Getting It Right First Time" (GIRFT) programme, and at the Royal College of Psychiatrists on the randomised controlled evaluation of Low Secure Services (eLSU) study within the College Centre for Quality Improvement.

HIGHLIGHTED WORK