Sarah-McGraw

    Sarah McGraw, Research Methodologist

    Sarah McGraw is a medical anthropologist who applies qualitative research methods to questions pertaining to public health and research ethics. Her work concerns informed consent in biobanking; end-of-life care; and health care for people with addictions, mental illness, and other chronic conditions. Among her current projects is a qualitative research study as part of the Football Players Health Study at Harvard University in which she is interviewing players and their families related to their health and well-being, and a study of how decisions are made to determine which genetic results are appropriate for choosing treatment options for people with cancer.

     

     

     

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    The Hastings Center has never shied away from the toughest ethical challenges faced by society.

    LET US SHARE OUR EXPERIENCES WITH YOU!

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