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Sarah B. Munro

Assistant Professor, Health Systems and Population Health; Affiliate Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia (Canada)

Gender and sexuality, Health, Public Health, Social issues


Web / Pronouns: she/her

Expertise: Contraception and abortion, shared decision making, patient decision aids, access to care, community-based research, health equity

Sarah Munro (she/her) is a qualitative health services researcher who conducts interdisciplinary research guided by the central question, “What are the factors that influence equitable access to high-quality, culturally-safe sexual and reproductive health care for equity-deserving populations?”

She currently leads collaborative, community-based investigations on youth preferences for contraception access; Indigenous peoples’ experiences accessing family planning care; preferences for traveling to access abortion care among people in Texas; and development and implementation of shared decision-making interventions that promote person-centred family planning.

To request an interview or get in touch with Sarah, email UW News PIO Alden Woods at acwoods@uw.edu.