Sarah Flanagan has worked in the Primary Care Clinical Sciences since 2006 initially on a Research Support Facility Fellowship before undertaking a PhD in 2008.
Prior to her appointment at the University, Sarah spent eight years working in the homeless sector and for Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust in addictions.
Her interests include health inequalities, qualitative research methods, women’s health and the experiences of teenagers and young people with cancer.
Offering payments, reimbursement and incentives to patients and family
doctors to encourage participation in research. Draper H, Wilson S, Flanagan S, and Ives J. Family Practice. 2009, 10.1093/fampra/cmp011.
‘Reaching the Hard to Reach’ - lessons learned from the VCS (voluntary and community sector). A qualitative study. Flanagan S, Hancock B. BMC Health Services Research 2010, 10:92.
Family history in primary care: understanding GP’s resistance to clinical genetics - qualitative study. Mathers J, Greenfield S, Metcalfe A, Cole T, Flanagan S, Wilson S. BJGP 2010. 60:574, 221-230.
Adverse outcomes after colposcopy - Study Protocol
Flanagan S, Wilson S, Luesley D, Damery S, Greenfield S. BMC Women’s Health 2011, 11:2.