Sarah Roberts

Sarah Roberts


Teaching Fellow, Lead for Student Admissions (Health Sciences)
RGN, SCPHN, PGCertEd
+44 (0)1483 686695
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Academic and research departments

School of Health Sciences.

Biography

University roles and responsibilities

  • Teaching Fellow
  • Lead for Admissions
  • Member of the DBS panel
  • Coordination of support for SCPHN/ SP Practice Teachers and mentors

    My qualifications

    Registered General Nurse (Adult)
    St Georges Hospital, Tooting
    2003
    Diploma of Higher Education in Nursing Studies
    University of London
    2005
    BSc (Hons) Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting)
    University of Surrey
    2013
    Practice Teacher
    University of Surrey
    2016
    Postgraduate certificate in education for professional practice
    University of Surrey

    Previous roles

    2005 - 2014
    Specialist Community Public Health Nurse and Practice Teacher
    CSH Surrey

    Affiliations and memberships

    Council of Deans admissions working group
    Member
    United Kingdom Standing Council on Specialist Community Public Health Nurse education
    Member

    Research projects

    My teaching

    Courses I teach on

    Undergraduate

    Postgraduate taught

    My publications

    Publications

    Oki Bimpe, Oteng-Ntim Eugene, O’Connor Sheila, Poston Lucilla, Seed Paul, Roberts Sarah, Ussher Michael, Bhavnani Vanita, Bick Debra, Taylor Cath, Avery Amanda, Craig Victoria, Healey Andy, Khazaezadeh Nina, McMullen Sarah Protocol for a two-arm feasibility RCT to support postnatal maternal weight management and positive lifestyle behaviour in women from an ethnically diverse inner city population: the SWAN feasibility trial, In: Pilot and Feasibility Studies5117 BioMed Central
    Bick Debra Bick, Taylor Cath, Bhavnani Vanita, Healey Andy, Seed Paul, Roberts Sarah, Zasada Magdalena, Avery Amanda, Craig Victoria, Khazaezadah Nina, McMullen Sarah, Poston Lucilla, O’Connor Sheila, Oki Bimpi, Ntim Eugene Oteng, Ussher Michael (2019)Lifestyle information and commercial weight management groups to support maternal postnatal weight management and positive lifestyle behaviour: the SWAN feasibility randomised controlled trial, In: BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology127(5)pp. 636-645 Wiley
    Bick Debra, Taylor Cath, Bhavnani Vanita, Healey Andy, Seed Paul, Roberts Sarah, Zasada Magdalena, Avery Amanda, Craig Victoria, Khazaezadah Nina, McMullen Sarah, O’Connor Sheila, Oki Bimpe, Oteng-Ntim Eugene, Poston Lucilla, Ussher Michael (2020)Lifestyle information and access to a commercial weight management group to promote maternal postnatal weight management and positive lifestyle behaviour: the SWAN feasibility RCT, In: Public Health Research8(9)pp. 1-176 NIHR Journals Library
    Heller S, Lawton J, Amiel S, Cooke DD, Mansell P, Brennan A, Elliott J, Boote J, Emery C, Baird W, Basarir H, Beveridge S, Choudhary P, Bond R, Campbell M, Chater T, Clark M, de Zoysa N, Dixon S, Gianfrancesco C, Hopkins D, Oliver L, Jacques R, Kruger J, Moore S, Peasgood T, Rankin D, Roberts S, Rogers H, Taylor C, Thokala P, Thompson G, Ward C (2014)Improving management of type 1 diabetes in the UK: the Dose Adjustment For Normal Eating (DAFNE) programme as a research test-bed. A mixed-method analysis of the barriers to and facilitators of successful diabetes self-management, a health economic analysis, a cluster randomised controlled trial of different models of delivery of an educational intervention and the potential of insulin pumps and additional educator input to improve outcomes, In: Programme Grants for Applied Research2(5) National Institute for Health Research
    Bick Debra, Taylor Cath, Bhavnani Vanita, Healey Andy, Seed Paul, Roberts Sarah, Zasada Magdelena, Avery Amanda, Craig Victoria, Khazaezadah Nina, McMullen Sarah, O’Connor Sheila, Bimpi Oki Bimpi, Oteng Ntim Eugene, Poston5 Lucilla, Ussher Michael (2019)Lifestyle information and access to a commercial weight management group to promote maternal postnatal weight management and positive lifestyle behaviour: the SWAN feasibility RCT NIHR Journals Library