Governing Body Fellow
Sarah Hoare is a medical sociologist interested in end-of-life care. Her PhD research, completed in 2016, considered why patients are admitted to hospital shortly before death. Sarah now works as a Research Associate in the Primary Care Unit in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care. She is currently exploring how end-of-life care can be provided for future populations, working in collaboration with engineering and design colleagues on a Marie Curie funded project to create a toolkit to enable local redesign of end-of-life care provision. She is also interested in developing alternative end-of-life care outcome measures to place of death. Sarah previously completed a BA in Politics and Sociology at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Educational Research Methods at the University of Cambridge.