Sarah Devos

Sarah Devos obtained a joint-honours BSc in Psychology and Sociology from Brunel University London, and a MSc in Global Mental Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Kings College London. Her academic interests include, but are not limited to, maternal mental health, climate migration, global (mental) health ethics and holistic approaches to health and wellbeing.
Since the 1st of September 2021 Sarah has been working, as a PhD researcher, on the Red Nose project that aims to investigate feelings of loneliness among newly arrived minors, and the role of school social capital. She is working under the supervision of Prof. dr. Piet Bracke and Prof. dr. Benedicte Deforche, and she is based at both the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences (department Sociologie, Hedera research group) and the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (department of Public Health and Primary Care, Health Promotion research group).

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