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Sarah Dummett

Research Officer

Sarah Dummett first joined the HSRU in 2003, to work on The Oxford Conception Study, a randomised controlled trial to determine whether daily information about potential fertility from a fertility-monitoring device increases the conception rate in women wishing to achieve a pregnancy.

Sarah is currently working on the development and application of a Quality of Life Measure for Carers of People with Parkinson’s Disease. This project is one of several studies being carried out in the Department with a focus on the role of patients, carers and the general public in informing health services about quality and outcomes.