Items where SHU Author is "Salway, Sarah"

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HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina, REIME, Birgit, BHARJ, Kuldip, CHOWBEY, Punita, ERTAN, Kubilay, FOSTER-BOUCHER, Caroline, FRIEDRICH, Jule, GERRISH, Kate, KENTENICH, Heribert, MUMTAZ, Zubia, O’BRIEN, Beverley and SALWAY, Sarah (2013). Migration and maternity: insights of context, health policy, and research evidence on experiences and outcomes from a three country preliminary study across Germany, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Health Care for Women International. (In Press)

CHOWBEY, Punita, SALWAY, Sarah and CLARKE, Lynda (2013). Supporting fathers in multi-ethnic societies: insights from British Asian fathers. Journal of Social Policy, 42 (02), 391-408.

MIR, Ghazala, SALWAY, Sarah, KAI, Joe, KARLSEN, Saffron, BHOPAL, Raj, ELLISON, George T.H. and SHEIKH, Aziz (2012). Principles for research on ethnicity and health: the Leeds consensus statement. The European Journal of Public Health. (In Press)

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SALWAY, Sarah, BARLEY, Ruth, ALLMARK, Peter, GERRISH, Kate, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina and ELLISON, George (2012). Can the quality of social research on ethnicity be improved through the introduction of guidance? Findings from a research commissioning pilot exercise. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15 (5), 385-401.

SALWAY, Sarah, PIERCY, Hilary, CHOWBEY, Punita, BREWINS, Louise and DHOOT, Permjeet (2012). Improving capacity in ethnicity and health research: report of a tailored programme for NHS Public Health practitioners. Primary health care research and development. (In Press)

CHOWBEY, Punita, SALWAY, Sarah and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2012). Influences on diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders among minority ethnic people in the UK. Journal of Public Mental Health, 11 (2), 54-64.

SALWAY, Sarah, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina, REIME, Birgit, BHARJ, Kuldip, CHOWBEY, Punita, FOSTER, Caroline, FRIEDRICH, Jule, GERRISH, Kate, MUMTAZ, Zubia and O'BRIEN, Beverley (2011). Contributions and challenges of cross-national comparative research in migration, ethnicity and health: insights from a preliminary study of maternal health in Germany, Canada and the UK. BMC Public Health, 11 (514).

SALWAY, Sarah, BARLEY, Ruth, ALLMARK, Peter, GERRISH, Kate, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina and ELLISON, George (2011). Ethnic diversity and inequality:ethical and scientific rigour in social research. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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SALWAY, Sarah, BARLEY, Ruth, ALLMARK, Peter, GERRISH, Kate, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina, JOHNSON, Mark and ELLISON, George (2011). Enhancing the quality of published research on ethnicity and health: is journal guidance feasible and useful? Diversity in Health and Care, 8 (3), 155-165.

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MUMTAZ, Z, SALWAY, Sarah, SHANNER, L, BHATTI, A and LAING, L (2011). Maternal deaths in Pakistan : intersection of gender, class and social exclusion. BMC International Health and Human Rights, 11 (Supp 2), S4.

COY, Joanne, SALWAY, Sarah, GRIMSLEY, Mike and TOD, Angela (2010). Patterns, predictors and implications of multimorbidity: exploring the co-incidence of depression and other types of chronic ill-health. Working Paper. UPTAP/ESRC.

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ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah, PIERCY, Hilary, BARLEY, Ruth, FAULKNER, Mark, FORMBY, Eleanor, GRIMSLEY, Mike, HYDE, Martin, KARLSEN, Saffron and MCCLIMENS, Alex (2010). Life and Health: An evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Technical Report. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter, HYDE, Martin and GRIMSLEY, M (2010). Age. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter, HYDE, Martin and MCCLIMENS, Alex (2010). Disability. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah, CRISP, Richard and BARLEY, Ruth (2010). Ethnic minority customers of the Pensions, Disability and Carers Service: an evidence review. Other. London, Department for Work and Pensions.

FORMBY, Eleanor, PIERCY, Hilary and ALLMARK, Peter (2010). Gender identity (Trans). In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter (2010). Introduction and overview. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and HYDE, Martin (2010). Methodology and method. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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SALWAY, Sarah and ELLISON, George (2010). Nursing research for a multi-ethnic society. In: GERRISH, Kate and LACEY, Anne, (eds.) The research process in nursing. Wiley-Blackwell, 50-61.

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SALWAY, Sarah, KARLSEN, S and HYDE, Martin (2010). Race and ethnicity. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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SALWAY, Sarah, HYDE, Martin and KARLSEN, Saffron (2010). Religion and belief. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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SALWAY, Sarah, PIERCY, Hilary and HYDE, Martin (2010). Sex and gender. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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FORMBY, Eleanor, PIERCY, Hilary and ALLMARK, Peter (2010). Sexuality. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter and GRIMSLEY, Mike (2010). Socio-economic status or class. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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SALWAY, Sarah, HARRISS, Kaveri and CHOWBEY, Punita (2010). Using participatory, observational and ‘Rapid Appraisal’ methods: researching health and illness. In: MASON, Jennifer and DALE, Angela, (eds.) Understanding social research: thinking creatively about method. Sage Publications Ltd, 169-186.

SALWAY, Sarah, CHOWBEY, Punita and CLARKE, Lynda (2009). Parenting in moden Britain: understanding the experiences of Asian fathers. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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SALWAY , Sarah and ALLMARK, Peter (2009). Delivering effective NHS services to our multiethnic population: collection and application of ethnic monitoring within primary care. Other. Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield Hallam University.

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MUMTAZ, Zubia and SALWAY, Sarah (2009). Understanding gendered influences on women's reproductive health in Pakistan: Moving beyond the autonomy paradigm. Social Science and Medicine, 68 (7), 1349-1356.

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SALWAY, S., ALLMARK, P. J., BARLEY, R., HIGGINBOTTOM, G., GERRISH, K. and ELLISON, G. (2009). Social research for a multiethnic population: do the research ethics and standards guidelines of UK Learned Societies address this challenge? Twenty-first century society, 4 (1), 53-81.

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SALWAY, Sarah, ALLMARK, Peter and TOD, Angela (2009). Reducing Health Inequalities Implementation Theme. Briefing Paper 2: How to incorporate attention to inequality in CLAHRC (SY) activity. Discussion Paper. South Yorkshire, Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC).

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ALLMARK, P. J. and SALWAY, S. (2009). Reducing Health Inequalities Implementation Theme. Briefing paper 1: Why health inequalities matter. Discussion Paper. South Yorkshire, Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC).

SALWAY, Sarah, ALLMARK, Peter, BARLEY, Ruth, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina, GERRISH, Kate and ELLISON, George (2009). Researching ethnic inequalities. Social Sciences Research Update, 58, 1-4.

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SALWAY, Sarah (2008). Labour market experiences of young UK Bangladeshi men: Identity, inclusion and exclusion in inner-city London. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 31 (6), 1126-1152.

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PLATT, Lucinda, SALWAY, Sarah, CHOWBEY, Punita and HARRISS, Kaveri (2008). Ill-health in the family: the intersection of employment and caring across households from four ethnic groups. Benefits: The Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 16 (1), 33-45.

SALWAY, S., PLATT, L., HARRISS, K. and CHOWBEY, P. (2007). Long-term health conditions and Disability Living Allowance: exploring ethnic differences and similarities in access. Sociology of health and illness., 29 (6), 907-930.

SALWAY, Sarah, PLATT, Lucinda, CHOWBEY, Punita, HARRISS, Kaveri and BAYLISS, Elizabeth (2007). Long-term ill health, poverty and ethnicity. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

SALWAY, S. and MUMTAZ, Z. (2007). Gender, pregnancy and the uptake of antenatal care services in Pakistan. Sociology of health and illness., 29 (1), 1-26.

FURUTA, M. and SALWAY, S. (2006). Women's position within the household as a determinant of maternal healthcare use in Nepal. International family planning perspectives., 32 (1), 17-27.

MUMTAZ, Z., SALWAY, S., WASEEM, M. and UMER, N. (2003). Gender-based barriers to primary health care provision in Pakistan: the experience of female providers. Health policy and planning., 18 (3), 261-269.

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