Sarah Huf General Surgery Registrar
Organisation: NHS England and Improvement
- Harkness Fellowship
Sarah is a Harkness Fellow and General Surgery Registrar at NHS England and Improvement.
Sarah Huf, M.B.B.S., M.R.C.S., is a 2017-18 UK Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy and Practice. She is currently a Clinical Research Fellow in the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial College London, where she is completing a PhD under the supervision of Professor Lord Ara Darzi.
Her doctoral research involves applying behavioural economic theory to the field of breast and cervical cancer screening to improve public participation rates.
Sarah has collaborated with the Department of Health and Public Health England to evaluate the effect of health message content on screening rates, and her work has informed national screening policy. She also serves as a clinical advisor to the HELIX Centre for Health Design based at St Mary’s Hospital London. There, she partners with designers and clinicians to trial and implement innovative health care designs within the system.
She has trained clinically in the NHS for six years and is a Registrar in general surgery with a specialist interest in breast cancer surgery.
Sarah completed her medical degree at Imperial College London and is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons.