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Sarah Banks

Sarah Banks

Sarah Banks, Phd - Psychology

Sarah Banks, PhD, is a board-certified neuropsychologist who treats patients with neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, frontotemporal dementia, primary progressive aphasia and mild cognitive impairment. She also serves as director of neuropsychology at the multidisciplinary Memory Disorders Clinic.

Sarah Banks

With over 16 years experience in leadership roles within Alumni Relations, Sarah has experience in developing and delivering successful alumni programs in both mature and immature advancement operations within Australia. Her current role as Deputy Director of Alumni and Stakeholders Relations and Head of Alumni Relations at the University of Melbourne sees her responsible for both strategy development and overseeing operations to engage a growing alumni community of over 420,000 alumni globally. Along with the Melbourne team, Sarah has driven a public alumni engagement target as part of the successful Believe campaign for the University of Melbourne. The campaign aims to raise $1 billion by 2021 while engaging 100,000 individual alumni as ambassadors, volunteers and donors. Coupled with her past experience heading up Alumni Relations for Victoria University and William Angliss Institute, Sarah also has an extensive background in both Australia and the UK in the corporate sector.

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Banks, Sarah, Rifkin, Frances, Davidson, Heather, Holmes, Claire & Moore, Niamh (2014). Performing Ethics: Using participatory theatre to explore ethical issues in community-based participatory research. Durham: Centre for Social Justice and Community Action, Durham University. (Source:

Banks, Sarah, Armstrong, Andrea, Booth, Mark, Brown, Greg, Carter, Kathleen, Clarkson, Maurice, Corner, Lynne, Genus, Audley, Gilroy, Rose, Henfrey, Tom, Hudson, Kate, Jenner, Anna, Moss, Robert, Roddy, Dermot & Russell, Andrew (2014). Using co-inquiry to study co-inquiry: community-university perspectives on research collaboration. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship 7(1): 37-47.

Sarah is co-director of the Centre for Social Justice and Community Action at Durham University, which promotes and supports participatory action research for social justice. She co-convenes the Social Work Ethics Research Group of the European Social Work Research Association. She initiated and convened for many years the European Social Ethics Project - a group of academics from various countries who undertook research and curriculum development work on the theme of teaching practical ethics. She has been involved in developing and revising codes of ethics for several national and international bodies over the years, including The National Youth Agency, International Federation of Social Workers and the British Association of Social Workers. She coordinated production of ethical guidelines in the UK for community-based participatory research and internationally for participatory health research. She is a member of the Executive Committee of the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research, a long-standing Board Member of Durham Community Action and a Trustee of the Society for the Furtherance of Critical Philosophy.

Banks, Sarah, Rifkin, Frances, Davidson, Heather, Holmes, Claire & Moore, Niamh (2014). Performing Ethics: Using participatory theatre to explore ethical issues in community-based participatory research. Durham: Centre for Social Justice and Community Action, Durham University.

Scully, Jackie Leach, Banks, Sarah, Song, Robert & Haq, Jackie (2017). Experiences of Faith Group Members Using New Reproductive and Genetic Technologies: A Qualitative Interview Study. Human Fertility 20(1): 22-29.

My research used multimodal imaging, cognitive testing and genetics to better understand sex differences in Alzheimer’s disease. (Source: clinpsyc.sdsu.edu)

Sarah is co-director of the Centre for Social Justice and Community Action at Durham University, which promotes and supports participatory action research for social justice. She co-convenes the Social Work Ethics Research Group of the European Social Work Research Association. She initiated and convened for many years the European Social Ethics Project - a group of academics from various countries who undertook research and curriculum development work on the theme of teaching practical ethics. She has been involved in developing and revising codes of ethics for several national and international bodies over the years, including The National Youth Agency, International Federation of Social Workers and the British Association of Social Workers. She coordinated production of ethical guidelines in the UK for community-based participatory research and internationally for participatory health research. She is a member of the Executive Committee of the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research, a long-standing Board Member of Durham Community Action and a Trustee of the Society for the Furtherance of Critical Philosophy. (Source: www.dur.ac.uk)

Sarah is co-director of the Centre for Social Justice and Community Action at Durham University, which promotes and supports participatory action research for social justice. She co-convenes the Social Work Ethics Research Group of the European Social Work Research Association. She initiated and convened for many years the European Social Ethics Project - a group of academics from various countries who undertook research and curriculum development work on the theme of teaching practical ethics. She has been involved in developing and revising codes of ethics for several national and international bodies over the years, including The National Youth Agency, International Federation of Social Workers and the British Association of Social Workers. She coordinated production of ethical guidelines in the UK for community-based participatory research and internationally for participatory health research. She is a member of the Executive Committee of the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research, a long-standing Board Member of Durham Community Action and a Trustee of the Society for the Furtherance of Critical Philosophy. (Source: www.dur.ac.uk)

Prior to joining UC San Diego Health, Dr. Banks was head of neuropsychology at Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas. She also was associate professor of medicine at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. (Source: providers.ucsd.edu)

 

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