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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Dr Sharifa Battashi

Senior Research Assistant in Participatory Research and Practice



I am a qualitative researcher working as a Senior Research Assistant at the Wolfson Institute of Population Health at the Centre of Preventive Neurology. I am currently working on a study which will use participatory research to explore ethnically minoritised patient experiences of Multiple Sclerosis care.

Before joining QMUL, I was a postdoctoral research associate in social science at King’s College London where I worked on study that examined how ethnically minoritised women from Black background experience racialisation in the context of maternity care. I completed my PhD at University College London. My doctoral research was an ethnography of how young ethnically minoritised children mobilise language among other resources to forge multiple identities and navigate inequalities.


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