founder and director, The Medical Mediation Foundation
Sarah Barclay is the founder of The Medical Mediation Foundation, a not for profit organisation providing mediation and conflict resolution training to NHS hospitals. She is also co-director of The Evelina Resolution Project, which provides mediation and conflict management training to clinical and non-clinical staff at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital. In 2014 Sarah was voted an “NHS Innovator” by The Health Service Journal for her work on the Evelina project. She has a masters degree in medical law and ethics from King’s College London and is a former journalist, author and award winning BBC social affairs presenter.
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