Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Carr, Sarah"

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Pezzella, Alfonso and Carr, Sarah (2016) LGB and T health and social care curriculum inclusion in English HEIs: emerging findings a national survey. In: LGBTQ Inclusivity in Higher Education: 1st International Conference, 15-16 Sept 2016, University of Birmingham, UK..

Taylor-King, Stephanie and Carr, Sarah and Edwards-White, Taz (2016) Unkindest cuts: reflections on destruction and resilience in LGBTQ community-based mental health support. Asylum Magazine, 23 (3). ISSN 0955 2030

Carr, Sarah (2016) Can co-production really transform UK mental health services? Mad in America: Science, Society and Community .

Carr, Sarah (2016) Fit to practice? LGBT inclusion in health and social care education and accreditation. [Digital artefact]

Carr, Sarah (2016) The Two Pots? Experiences of peer workers within mental health services. [Digital artefact]

Carr, Sarah and Cole-King, Alys and Simpson, Alan and Kalifeh, Hind and Boyce, Niall and Mann, Farhana and Fazel, Seena (2016) Preventable harm: The Lancet Psychiatry: July 22, 2016 Podcast. [Digital artefact]

Carr, Sarah (2016) Position paper: are mainstream mental health services ready to progress transformative co-production? Discussion Paper. National Development Team for Inclusion, Bath. (Published online first)

Carr, Sarah and Patel, Meena (2016) Practical guide: progressing transformative co-production in mental health. Other. National Development Team for Inclusion, Bath. (Published online first)

Carr, Sarah (2016) Empowering, personalised and recovery-focused care planning and co-ordination: When will we ever learn? [Digital artefact]

Pezzella, Alfonso and Carr, Sarah (2016) LGB and T health and social care curriculum inclusion in English HEIs: Emerging findings from a diversity network knowledge generation project. In: Centre for Ideas Annual Conference: Diversity, 19 May 2016, London.

Ryan, Peter and Edwards, Mike and Hafford-Letchfield, Trish and Bell, Linda and Carr, Sarah and Jeewa, Sid (2016) Research on the experience of staff with disabilities within the NHS workforce. In: Centre for Ideas (Cfi) Annual Conference: Diversity, 19 May 2016, Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom.

Ryan, Peter and Edwards, Mike and Hafford-Letchfield, Trish and Bell, Linda and Carr, Sarah and Puniskis, Mike and Hanna, Sue and Jeewa, Sid (2016) Research on the experience of staff with disabilities within the NHS workforce. Project Report. Middlesex University, London UK.

Allen, Ruth and Carr, Sarah and Linde, Karen and Sewell, Hari (2016) Making the difference together: guidance on gathering and using feedback about the experience of social work from people who use services and their carers. Other. Department of Health, London, UK.

Needham, Catherine and Carr, Sarah (2015) Micro-provision of social care support for marginalized communities - filling the gap or building bridges to the mainstream? Social Policy & Administration, 49 (7). pp. 824-841. ISSN 0144-5596

Carr, Sarah (2015) Reflections on Reimagining Social Care. [Digital artefact]

Carr, Sarah (2015) What influences physical and mental health-related quality of life for LGBT older people? [Digital artefact]

Webber, Martin and Scott, Charlotte and Carr, Sarah and Coldham, Tina (2015) Evaluation of Mental Effectiveness Training for people with experience of using mental health services. Project Report. University of York.

Carr, Sarah (2015) Talk for panel debate: is service user and survivor research safe in the university? In: Talk for panel debate: Is service user and survivor research safe in the university?, 01/06/2015, St George's University, London.

Needham, Catherine and Allen, Kerry and Hall, Kelly and McKay, Stephen and Glasby, Jon and Carr, Sarah and Littlechild, Rosemary and Tanner, Denise (2015) Micro-enterprises: small enough to care? Project Report. University of Birmingham.

Carr, Sarah (2015) The cinema cure: can expressions of madness in film be part of personal recovery? In: LSE Literary Festival 2015 event: Perceptions of Madness: understanding mental illness through art, literature and drama, 25 Feb 2015, London School of Economics, London, UK.

Webber, Martin and Carr, Sarah (2014) Applying research evidence in social work practice: seeing beyond paradigms. In: Applying research evidence in social work practice. Webber, Martin, ed. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137276100

Carr, Sarah and Bostock, Lisa (2014) Appraising the quality of evidence. In: Applying research evidence in social work practice. Webber, Martin, ed. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137276100

Carr, Sarah (2014) Guide to co-production in mental health and social care. Community Care Inform Adults.

Carr, Sarah (2014) Making it real: from PPF to TLAP. In: Debates in personalisation. Needham, Catherine and Glasby, Jon, eds. Policy Press. ISBN 9781447313427

Webber, Martin and Treacy, Samantha and Carr, Sarah and Clark, Mike and Parker, Gillian (2014) The effectiveness of personal budgets for people with mental health problems: a systematic review. Journal of Mental Health, 23 (3). pp. 146-155. ISSN 0963-8237

Carr, Sarah (2014) Pay, conditions and care quality in residential, nursing and domiciliary services. Other. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

Carr, Sarah (2014) Social care for marginalised communities: balancing self-organisation, micro-provision and mainstream support. Policy Paper 18 - February 2014. Other. Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

Carr, Sarah (2013) Implementare i personal budget per l'assistenza sociale: alcuni insegnamenti fondamentali dalle esperienze e dalle evidenze empiriche inglesi ed internazionali. Sociologia e Politiche Sociali, 16 (3). pp. 79-109. ISSN 1591-2027

Carr, Sarah (2011) Administration or transformation? An exploration of personalisation reforms, service user participation and diversity strategies in adult social care. [Doctorate by Public Works]

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