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Sarah B. Munro

Assistant Professor, Health Systems and Population Health

Affiliate Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia (Canada)


Research Interests

Contraception and abortion, shared decision making, patient decision aids, access to care, community-based research, health equity, implementation and dissemination, qualitative and mixed methods


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.


PhD Interdisciplinary Studies, University of British Columbia (Canada), 2016
MA English, University of British Columbia (Canada), 2007
BA English, University of British Columbia (Canada), 2005

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