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Sarah A. Campbell
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Sarah Campbell studied Biology and Applied Health Services Research at the University of New Brunswick and has a special interest in geographical analysis of health data. In her previous position as a Research Coordinator for the Maritime SPOR (Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research) Support Unit, Sarah helped to coordinate the set-up of a national, multi-site Oncology Study and supported numerous other projects and studies. Sarah's current work, as the Manager of the NB Social Pediatrics Research Program, is focused on developing, implementing and evaluating community-based interventions that address the needs of the entire family, especially in terms of the social determinants of health, and with the child at the centre.

Reviewer Keywords
social pediatrics social determinants of health social inclusion social justice pediatrics community medicine
Publications (12)

Recent article categories: Pediatrics, Psychology