Sarah Compton

Fuel poverty and child mental health: exploring underlying mechanisms and experiences to reduce inequalities

Sarah is a Research Assistant and Public and Community Involvement, Engagement and Participation (PCIEP) group co-ordinator on the NIHR ARC National Priority Consortium in Health and Care Inequalities funded Mental Health Navigators Evaluation. She also co-ordinates the Yorkshire and Humber ARC Best Start Steering Group for the Early Life and Prevention topic area.

Alongside her role in Health Sciences, Sarah works as a Project Coordinator and a Project Administrator within the Department of Education, also at the University of York. She has been involved in several randomised control trials with a focus on improving outcomes for children in health and education. Prior to her work in research, Sarah spent time as a community organiser in the North East of England.

Other Team members

Kate Morton

Research Fellow

Sarah Blower

Principal Research Fellow

Mallory Morehead

Research Fellow