Professor of Medical Sociology
Myfanwy Morgan is Professor Emeritus of Medical Sociology at King’s College London. Her research has primarily focused on patients’ experience and management of chronic health conditions and the acceptability and impact of interventions, with particular emphasis given to the influence of socio-economic circumstances, life stage and ethnicity. Her research contributed to the early application and development of qualitative methods in the health field including approaches to eliciting children’s experiences of chronic illness, and has involved collaborations with a variety of clinical specialties and with universities in Europe and North America. She has been a member of grant awarding panels, editorial boards, government policy and advisory groups, and in 2013 gave oral evidence to the All Party Parliamentary Committee for Sickle Cell and Thalassemia. She was awarded Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health for contributions to research and teaching.