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Biography

Sarah works at the interface between social research, policy and practice in a range of leadership roles. She is Co-Director at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships www.crfr.ac.uk where she leads a Knowledge Exchange team

She is a Director of What Works Scotland (www.whatworksscotland.ac.uk) leading on the evidence to action stream that aims to increase ways that local authorities can use evidence to develop public services. She is also the Director (Knowledge Exchange and Research Impact) for the Usher Institute of population health and informatics. She has worked as an Impact Analyst within the University, for the ESRC and with wider projects. Sarah’s research has investigated the process assessing the impact of research on policy and practice.

Sarah is the Director (Knowledge Exchange Research Impact) for the Usher Institute

External positions

Associate Editor, Evidence and Policy, a journal of research, debate and practice

2015 → …

Keywords

  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • evidence
  • policy analysis
  • impact

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