Sarah Jasim

  • Research Fellow
  • LSE, Houghton Street, London, UK
  • 10/08/2022
Health Inequalities Public Policy and Regulation

Personal Summary

Sarah is a research fellow in social care at the LSE Care Policy and Evaluation Centre (CPEC) and a Policy Fellow embedded in the Strategy Team at the City Intelligence Unit at the Greater London Authority.

She is part of CPEC’s partnership in the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration North Thames, as a member of the ARC-NT’s Research Partnership Team. She is a mixed-methods researcher with experience in complex evaluations in mental health, social care and health services.

Sarah holds a BSc (Joint Honours) in Biology and Management as well as an MPH and a PhD from Imperial College London.

She has previously worked in research roles as a mixed-methods research fellow for the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration 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.


Care Policy Evaluation Centre