Dr Hare (MA (Cantab) MB BS MEd MRCP) is a consultant physician and specialist in Sleep Medicine. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Cambridge and undertook her postgraduate training at Imperial College, London, qualifying in medicine in 2002. She trained at St Mary’s Hospital and St Thomas’ Hospital, London and has worked at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London since 2010.
Dr Hare undertook postgraduate training in medical leadership as part of the prestigious Darzi Fellowship scheme. She completed a Masters in Clinical Education in 2013 and was awarded distinction for her work on the assessment of clinical competence.
Dr Hare trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia at the University of Oxford and, in her clinical practice manages insomnia, sleep breathing disorders including snoring and sleep apnoea, the restless legs syndrome, parasomnias (abnormal behaviours in sleep), narcolepsy and hypersomnolence and circadian rhythm and shift work disorders.
Outside of her clinical work, Dr Hare has significant experience delivering seminars and workshops in the corporate environment. She is focused on supporting individuals and employers to improve their mental and physical health and optimise productivity and performance through better sleep. She is passionate about the role of sleep in performance, mood, health and well-being and has a particular interest in the treatment of insomnia. Dr Hare is an experienced speaker, having presented her work at numerous national and international conferences and has published widely in peer-reviewed publications and books.