Sarah Salway is Senior Research Fellow in the Section of Public Health at the School of Health & Related Research, University of Sheffield. With a background in sociology and public health, much of her research focuses on understanding and tackling ethnic and gendered inequalities in health. She is currently primarily engaged in a programme of work under the umbrella of the NIHR School for Public Health Research.
- Better Health 32: Race equality and health inequalities: Towards more integrated policy and practice, by Sarah Salway, Lynne Carter, Katie Powell, Daniel Turner, Ghazala Mir & George TH Ellison
- Better Health 28: High quality healthcare commissioning: Obstacles and opportunities for progress on race equality by Sarah Salway, Daniel Turner, Ghazala Mir, Lynne Carter, John Skinner, Bushara Bostan, Kate Gerrish & George Ellison
- Better Health 27: High quality healthcare commissioning: Why race equality must be at its heart by Sarah Salway, Daniel Turner, Ghazala Mir, Lynne Carter, John Skinner, Bushara Bostan, Kate Gerrish and George Ellison
- Better Health 11: Addressing ethnic inequalities in maternity service experiences and outcomes: responding to women's needs and preferences, by Kuldip K. Bharj and Sarah Salway
- Better Health 8: Long-term ill health, poverty and ethnicity, by Kaveri Harriss and Sarah Salway
- www.shu.ac.uk/research/hsc/sp-sarah-salway.html (external site)