Professor Sarah Salway
BA(Hons), University of Oxford; MSc, PhD, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Department of Sociological Studies
Professor of Public Health
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Department of Sociological Studies
Sarah joined the Department of Sociological Studies in 2017, having previously been based within the School of Health & Related Research at the University of Sheffield from 2013. Prior to that, she worked at Sheffield Hallam University and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and spent extended periods of time living and researching in India and Bangladesh.
Sarah’s work lies at the intersection of sociology, social policy and public health, with the aim of understanding and addressing the social and political determinants of health and wellbeing. Her work has particularly focused on health inequalities linked to migration, ethnicity and gender, and the processes of identification and in/exclusion operating at policy, practice and community levels that shape health-related experiences and outcomes. Her work also includes a focus on understanding the perspectives of service users and improving the fit between provision/initiatives and needs within complex systems.
A parallel body of work explores the ethics and science of researching race/ethnicity and health. Projects have focused on a range of health topics, particularly reproductive health. Much of Sarah’s work involves close collaboration with statutory and third sector organisations, as well as partnerships with community-based groups and local people. Her research is international, with recent projects taking place in UK, Malawi, Ghana, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Currently, Sarah is engaged in work under the umbrella of the national UK NIHR National School for Public Health Research.
- Long-term ill health, poverty and ethnicity. Policy Press.
- Monitoring and Evaluation of Sexual and Reproductive Health Interventions. NIDI and LSHTM.
- Scaling up the “24/7 BHU” strategy to provide round-the-clock maternity care in Punjab, Pakistan: a theory-driven, coproduced implementation study. Health Research Policy and Systems, 20(1).
- Neighbourhood deprivation and intersectional inequalities in biomarkers of healthy ageing in England. Health and Place, 77. View this article in WRRO
- Researching the health and social inequalities experienced by European Roma populations: complicity, oppression and resistance. Sociology of Health & Illness. View this article in WRRO
- Can intersectionality help with understanding and tackling health inequalities? Perspectives of professional stakeholders. Health Research Policy and Systems, 19(1).
- Power, control, communities and health inequalities III: participatory spaces – an English case. Health Promotion International. View this article in WRRO
- Power, control, communities and health inequalities. Part II: measuring shifts in power. Health Promotion International. View this article in WRRO
- "I realised it weren't about spending the money. It's about doing something together:" The role of money in a community empowerment initiative and the implications for health and wellbeing. Social Science and Medicine, 260. View this article in WRRO
- Mapping intersectional inequalities in biomarkers of healthy ageing and chronic disease in older English adults. Scientific Reports, 10. View this article in WRRO
- Reducing loneliness among migrant and ethnic minority people : a participatory evidence synthesis. Public Health Research, 8(10), 1-245. View this article in WRRO
- Modern slavery and public health: A rapid evidence assessment and an emergent public health approach. Public Health, 180, 168-179. View this article in WRRO
- A qualitative exploration of evidence-based decision-making in public health practice and policy: the perceived usefulness of a diabetes economic model for decision-makers. Evidence & Policy, 15(4), 461-487. View this article in WRRO
- Challenges to achieving appropriate and equitable access to Caesarean section : ethnographic insights from rural Pakistan. Journal of Biosocial Science. View this article in WRRO
- Roma populations and health inequalities : a new perspective. International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare. View this article in WRRO
- How should health policy and practice respond to the increased genetic risk associated with close relative marriage? results of a UK Delphi consensus building exercise. BMJ Open, 9(7), ---. View this article in WRRO
- Ethnic minority staff and patients: a health service failure. The BMJ, 365. View this article in WRRO
- Reframing “participation” and “inclusion” in public health policy and practice to address health inequalities: Evidence from a major resident‐led neighbourhood improvement initiative. Health and Social Care in the Community, 27(1), 199-206. View this article in WRRO
- Modern slavery in the UK: how should the health sector be responding?. Journal of Public Health (Springer). View this article in WRRO
- Adjusting a mainstream weight management intervention for people with intellectual disabilities: a user centred approach. International Journal for Equity in Health, 17(1), 159-171. View this article in WRRO
- Equal North: how can we reduce health inequalities in the North of England? A prioritization exercise with researchers, policymakers and practitioners. Journal of Public Health. View this article in WRRO
- Experiences from the frontline: An exploration of personal advisers’ practice with claimants who have health‐related needs within UK welfare‐to‐work provision. Health and Social Care in the Community, 26(4), e598-e608. View this article in WRRO
- 1.5-O6Working ‘with and against’ ethnic categories to understand and tackle health inequalities: illustrations from research and practice relating to infant mortality in England. European Journal of Public Health, 28(suppl_1).
- 7.8-W1What can health humanities contribute to understanding and tackling ethnic and racial health inequities?. European Journal of Public Health, 28(suppl_1).
- 6.8-W1Interventions for good practice in maternity care for immigrant women – insights from the ROAM collaboration. ROAM: Reproductive Outcomes among Migrants. European Journal of Public Health, 28(suppl_1).
- Enhancing health literacy through co-design: development of culturally appropriate materials on genetic risk and customary consanguineous marriage. Primary Health Care Research and Development. View this article in WRRO
- A formative review of physical activity interventions for minority ethnic populations in England. Journal of Public Health, 39(4), e265-e274. View this article in WRRO
- Towards a critical complex systems approach to public health. Critical Public Health, 27(5), 523-524.
- Determinants of uptake of hepatitis B testing and healthcare access by migrant Chinese in the England: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 17(1), ---. View this article in WRRO
- Putting context centre stage: evidence from a systems evaluation of an area based empowerment initiative in England. Critical Public Health, 27(4), 477-489. View this article in WRRO
- The ambiguities of "race" in UK science, social policy and political discourse.. Journal of Anthropological Sciences, 95, 1-8. View this article in WRRO
- Incorporation of a health economic modelling tool into public health commissioning: Evidence use in a politicised context. Social Science & Medicine, 186, 122-129. View this article in WRRO
- A model of how targeted and universal welfare entitlements impact on material, psycho-social and structural determinants of health in older adults. Social Science & Medicine, 187, 20-28. View this article in WRRO
- Identifying inequitable healthcare in older people: systematic review of current research practice. International Journal for Equity in Health, 16. View this article in WRRO
- Improving access to health care for chronic hepatitis B among migrant Chinese populations: A systematic mixed methods review of barriers and enablers. Journal of Viral Hepatitis, 24(7), 526-540. View this article in WRRO
- Learning from failure? Political expediency, evidence, and inaction in global maternal health. Social Science & Medicine. View this article in WRRO
- Age-related references in national public health, technology appraisal and clinical guidelines and guidance: documentary analysis. Age and Ageing, 46(3), 500-508. View this article in WRRO
- Adapting primary care for new migrants: a formative assessment. British Journal of General Practice Open, 1(1). View this article in WRRO
- A call for transparency in the evaluation of global maternal health projects. The Lancet, 388(10043), 461-461. View this article in WRRO
- Responding to the increased genetic risk associated with customary consanguineous marriage among minority ethnic populations: lessons from local innovations in England. Journal of Community Genetics, 7(3), 215-228. View this article in WRRO
- Improving the standards-based management: recognition initiative to provide high-quality, equitable maternal health services in Malawi. An implementation research protocol. BMJ Global Health, 1(1), e000022-e000022. View this article in WRRO
- Appointment reminder systems are effective but not optimal: results of a systematic review and evidence synthesis employing realist principles. Patient Preference and Adherence, 10, 479-499. View this article in WRRO
- The potential value of priority-setting methods in public health investment decisions: qualitative findings from three English local authorities. Critical Public Health, 26(5), 578-587.
- Obstacles to “race equality” in the English National Health Service: Insights from the healthcare commissioning arena. Social Science & Medicine, 152(-), 102-110. View this article in WRRO
- The return of public health to local government in England: changing the parameters of the public health prioritization debate?. Public Health, 129(9), 1194-1203. View this article in WRRO
- Researching health inequalities with Community Researchers: practical, methodological and ethical challenges of an ‘inclusive’ research approach. Research Involvement and Engagement, 1. View this article in WRRO
- Understanding welfare conditionality in the context of a generational habitus: A qualitative study of older citizens in England. Journal of Aging Studies, 34, 113-122. View this article in WRRO
- Appointment reminder systems are effective but not optimal: results of a systematic review and evidence synthesis employing realist principles. Physiotherapy, 101, e980-e981.
- Sexual and reproductive knowledge, attitudes and behaviours in a school going population of Sri Lankan adolescents. Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, 6(1), 3-8. View this article in WRRO
- A Review of Health-related Support Provision within the UK Work Programme - What's on the Menu?. Social Policy and Administration, 49(2), 254-276. View this article in WRRO
- Good on paper: The gap between programme theory and real-world context in Pakistan's Community Midwife programme. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 122(2), 249-258. View this article in WRRO
- A quantitative exploration of the sociocultural context of teenage pregnancy in Sri Lanka. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 14(1). View this article in WRRO
- Engaging minorities in researching sensitive health topics by using a participatory approach. Nurse Researcher, 22(2), 44-48.
- Older people’s wellbeing in the UK: what role do universal welfare benefits play?. European Journal of Public Health, 24(suppl_2).
- “Evidence-based versus hunch-based”: are priority-setting Methods seen to be useful by public health commissioners and practitioners?. European Journal of Public Health, 24(suppl_2).
- Long-term ill health and the social embeddedness of work: a study in a post-industrial, multi-ethnic locality in the UK.. Sociol Health Illn, 36(7), 955-969.
- Guest editorial: Ethnic diversity: opportunities and challenges for nursing research. Journal of Research in Nursing, 19(6), 456-459.
- Improving maternal health in Pakistan: toward a deeper understanding of the social determinants of poor women's access to maternal health services.. Am J Public Health, 104 Suppl 1, S17-S24.
- Addressing invisibility, inferiority, and powerlessness to achieve gains in maternal health for ultra-poor women.. Lancet, 383(9922), 1095-1097.
- Improving capacity in ethnicity and health research: report of a tailored programme for NHS Public Health practitioners.. Prim Health Care Res Dev, 14(4), 330-340. View this article in WRRO
- The role of social geography on Lady Health Workers' mobility and effectiveness in Pakistan.. Soc Sci Med, 91, 48-57.
- Signalling, status and inequities in maternal healthcare use in Punjab, Pakistan.. Soc Sci Med, 94, 98-105.
- Principles for research on ethnicity and health: the Leeds Consensus Statement.. Eur J Public Health, 23(3), 504-510. View this article in WRRO
- Prospects for progress on health inequalities in England in the post-primary care trust era: professional views on challenges, risks and opportunities.. BMC Public Health, 13, 274. View this article in WRRO
- 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 Women Int, 34(11), 936-965.
- Aligning JSNA and EDS: benefits for minority ethnic communities?. Journal of Integrated Care, 21(2), 77-90.
- Supporting fathers in multi-ethnic societies: Insights from British Asian fathers. Journal of Social Policy, 42(2), 391-408.
- A care pathway approach to identifying factors that impact on diagnosis of heart disease in British Pakistani women. Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care, 5(3), 78-88.
- 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.
- Addressing disparities in maternal health care in Pakistan: gender, class and exclusion.. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth, 12, 80. View this article in WRRO
- Influences on diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders among minority ethnic people in the UK. Journal of Public Mental Health, 11(2), 54-64.
- Maternal deaths in Pakistan: intersection of gender, caste, and social exclusion.. BMC Int Health Hum Rights, 11 Suppl 2, S4. View this article in WRRO
- 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.
- Maternity care for (im)migrant women in Germany, Canada and the UK: the German perspective. TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH, 16, 356-356.
- 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. View this article in WRRO
- Understanding gendered influences on women's reproductive health in Pakistan: moving beyond the autonomy paradigm.. Soc Sci Med, 68(7), 1349-1356.
- Long-Term Health Conditions and Disability Living Allowance: Exploring Ethnic Differences and Similarities in Access, 108-130.
- 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.
- Long-term ill-health, poverty and ethnicity. Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care, 2(3), 39-48.
- View this article in WRRO Researching ethnic inequalities. Social Science Research Update(58).
- Labour market experiences of young UK Bangladeshi men: Identity, inclusion and exclusion in inner-city London. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 31(6), 1126-1152.
- 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.
- Long-term health conditions and Disability Living Allowance: exploring ethnic differences and similarities in access.. Sociol Health Illn, 29(6), 907-930.
- Economic activity among UK Bangladeshi and Pakistani Women in the 1990s: Evidence for continuity or change in the family resources survey. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 33(5), 825-847.
- British-Pakistani men from Bradford: Linking narratives to policy. ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES, 31(1), 198-199.
- Gender, pregnancy and the uptake of antenatal care services in Pakistan.. Sociol Health Illn, 29(1), 1-26.
- Women's position within the household as a determinant of maternal health care use in Nepal.. Int Fam Plan Perspect, 32(1), 17-27.
- 'I never go anywhere': extricating the links between women's mobility and uptake of reproductive health services in Pakistan.. Soc Sci Med, 60(8), 1751-1765.
- Women's employment in urban Bangladesh: A challenge to gender identity?. Development and Change, 36(2), 317-349.
- Gender-based barriers to primary health care provision in Pakistan: the experience of female providers.. Health Policy Plan, 18(3), 261-269.
- A profile of women's work participation among the urban poor of Dhaka. World Development, 31(5), 881-901.
- Women's autonomy and uptake of contraception in Pakistan. Asia-Pacific Population Journal, 18(1), 63-82.
- Why is contraceptive use inversely associated with lactational amenorrhoea? Qualitative and quantitative insights from Bangladesh. Journal of Population Research, 18(2), 155-176.
- Marriage among the urban poor of Dhaka: Instability and uncertainty. Journal of International Development, 12(5), 689-705.
- Introduction: Securing livelihoods in Dhaka Slums. Journal of International Development, 12(5), 669-688.
- Sickness among the urban poor: A barrier to livelihood security. Journal of International Development, 12(5), 707-722.
- The contraceptive potential of lactation for Bangladeshi women.. Asia Pac Popul J, 13(4), 3-32.
- Uptake of contraception during postpartum amenorrhoea: understandings and preferences of poor, urban women in Bangladesh.. Soc Sci Med, 47(7), 899-909.
- Postpartum contraceptive use in Bangladesh: understanding users' perspectives.. Stud Fam Plann, 29(1), 41-57.
- INTRODUCING THE LOW-DOSE PILL TO BANGLADESH - ISSUES OF CONTINUATION AND FAILURE (VOL 49, PG 171, 1994). CONTRACEPTION, 50(4), 397-397.
- Levels, trends and causes of mortality in children below 5 years of age in Bangladesh: findings from a national survey.. J Diarrhoeal Dis Res, 12(3), 187-193.
- How Attitudes Toward Family Planning and Discussion Between Wives and Husbands Affect Contraceptive Use in Ghana. International Family Planning Perspectives, 20(2), 44-44.
- Introducing the low-dose pill to Bangladesh; issues of continuation and failure.. Contraception, 49(2), 171-183.
- Attitudes to family planning and discussion among wives and husbands in Ghana. International Family Planning Perspectives (now International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health), 20(2), 44-48.
- Levels and trends in post-partum amenorrhoea, breast-feeding and birth intervals in Matlab, Bangladesh: 1978-1989.. Asia Pac Popul J, 8(2), 3-22.
- Transforming the health system for the UK’s multiethnic population. BMJ, m268-m268.
- Targeting the Use of Reminders and Notifications for Uptake by Populations (TURNUP): a systematic review and evidence synthesis. Health Services and Delivery Research, 2(34), 1-184. View this article in WRRO
- Towards equitable commissioning for our multiethnic society: a mixed-methods qualitative investigation of evidence utilisation by strategic commissioners and public health managers. Health Services and Delivery Research, 1(14), 1-182.
- View this article in WRRO Transnational social networks, health, and care: a systematic narrative literature review. International Journal for Equity in Health.
- Chapter 9 ‘I Feel My Dad Every Moment!’ Memory, Emotion and Embodiment in British South Asian Fathering Practices, Parenthood between Generations (pp. 229-252). Berghahn Books
- 'I feel my Dad every moment' : Memory, emotion and embodiment in British South Asian fathering practices In Pooley S & Qureshi K (Ed.), Parenthood Between Generations Transforming Reproductive Culture (pp. 229-252). Oxford: Berghahn.
- A Review of Health-related Support Provision within the UK Work Programme - What's on the Menu?, New Perspectives on Health, Disability, Welfare and the Labour Market (pp. 127-150). John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- Using Participatory, Observational and ‘Rapid Appraisal’ Methods: Researching Health and Illness, Understanding Social Research: Thinking Creatively About Method (pp. 134-149). SAGE Publications Ltd
Conference proceedings papers
- OP94 ‘I needed somebody like her in my life’: migrant women’s experiences and perceptions of health navigation services to increase access to maternity care in the UK. Oral Presentations
- OP36 What pathways have been theorised and tested between ethnic density and mental ill-health?: A theory-based systematic review. Oral Presentations
- 3.1-O7Modern slavery as a public health concern in the UK. European Journal of Public Health, Vol. 28(suppl_1)
- Interventions for good practice in maternity care for immigrant women - insights from the ROAM collaboration. ROAM: Reproductive Outcomes among Migrants. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, Vol. 28 (pp 16-16)
- Modern slavery as a public health concern in the UK. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, Vol. 28 (pp 47-47)
- Working 'with and against' ethnic categories to understand and tackle health inequalities: illustrations from research and practice relating to infant mortality in England. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, Vol. 28 (pp 30-31)
- What can health humanities contribute to understanding and tackling ethnic and racial health inequities?. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, Vol. 28 (pp 17-17)
- Co-production and testing of a community genetic literacy intervention among a minority ethnic community. European Journal of Public Health, Vol. 27(suppl_3)
- OP77 Commissioning services for disease prevention in England: A qualitative examination of barriers and enablers. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Vol. 70(Suppl 1) (pp A43.1-A43)
- Appointment reminder systems are effective but not optimal: Results of a systematic review and evidence synthesis employing realist principles. Manual Therapy, Vol. 25 (pp e125-e125)
- Development of a framework for identifying and measuring collective control as a social determinant of health: findings from an evaluation of a natural policy experiment in empowerment. The Lancet, Vol. 386 (pp S64-S64)
- Improving health care access for Hepatitis B in high prevalence migrant groups. European Journal of Public Health, Vol. 25(suppl_3)
- Towards enhanced community genetic literacy among a minority ethnic community: a participatory action research project. LANCET, Vol. 384 (pp 7-7)
- Understanding the marginalisation of ethnic diversity and inequity within UK healthcare commissioning: contributions and challenges of organisational ethnography. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS, Vol. 13 (pp 574-575)
- Understanding and addressing healthcare inequity: A role for ethnographic research?. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS, Vol. 13 (pp 573-574)
- Using organisational ethnography to reveal how gender and caste inequities impact on programme functioning in Pakistan: the case of the Community Midwife Programme. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS, Vol. 13 (pp 575-575)
- How can realist synthesis methods contribute to building the evidence base for action on ethnic health inequalities? A narrative assessment. LANCET, Vol. 382 (pp 87-87)
- View this article in WRRO How can loneliness and social isolation be reduced among migrant and minority ethnic people? Systematic, participatory review of programme theories, system processes and outcomes
- View this article in WRRO The Diversity Dividend: does a more diverse and inclusive research community produce better biomedical and health research?
- Multidisciplinary systematic review of the relationships between poverty and stress, low level anxiety and depression across the life course. View this article in WRRO
- New Migrants in Primary Healthcare – How are services adapting? Summary and Mini Case Book View this article in WRRO
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwqnC1fy_zc Intersectionality and health explained. Youtube. Retrieved from
- View this article in WRRO Review of diversity and inclusion literature and an evaluation of methodologies and metrics relating to health research.
- Delphi consensus exercise 2018 - responding to genetic risk associated with close blood relative marriage in England.
- Scaling up the '24/7 BHU' strategy to provide round-the-clock maternity care in Punjab, Pakistan: A theory-driven, co-produced implementation study, Research Square Platform LLC.
- Can intersectionality help with understanding and tackling health inequalities? Perspectives of professional stakeholders, Research Square Platform LLC.
- Can Intersectionality Help with Understanding and Tackling Health Inequalities? Perspectives of Professional Stakeholders, Research Square Platform LLC.
- Can Intersectionality Help with Understanding and Tackling Health Inequalities? Perspectives of Professional Stakeholders, Research Square Platform LLC.
- Can intersectionality help with understanding and tackling health inequalities? Perspectives of professional stakeholders.
- Research group
Sarah has supervised 11 students to successful completion, including both UK and international students. She welcomes enquiries from prospective students interested in investigating the broad linkages between migration, race/ethnicity and health and the gendered influences on health and wellbeing. She is particularly interested to supervise projects focused on South Asia and/or British Asian populations, poverty and reproductive health. Sarah can support a range of methodological approaches.
Current students (based across Sociological Studies, ScHARR and AUPMC):
- Christy Braham - Health navigators and migrant women's health needs (University of Sheffield fellowship).
- Rebecca Mawson - General practice (primary healthcare) contributions to tackling inequalities in sexual and reproductive health.
- Christie Garner - Children's perspectives on the Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities Programme (In collaboration with the Race Equality Foundation; White Rose Doctoral Training Centre fellowship)
- Natalie Bennett - Neighbourhood diversity and mental wellbeing (funded by NIHR School for Public Health Research)
To find out more about our PhD programmes, go to:
Studying for a PhD in Sociology
Date Sponsor Details 2018
Medical Research Council (Health Systems Research Initiative)
Scaling up the 24/7 Basic Health Unit strategy to provide round the clock maternity care in Punjab, Pakistan: A theory-driven implementation study. PI: Salway, S and Mumtaz, Z. CIs: Bhatti, A, Booth, A and Dawson, J. £780,000
National Institute for Health Research, UK (Public Health Research Funding Board)
How can loneliness and social isolation be reduced among migrant and minority ethnic people? PI: Salway, S. CIs: Booth, A, Preston, L, Victor, C, Such, E, Ragavan, R, Powell, K and Hamilton, J. £212,200.
The Health Foundation
Supporting new migrants in primary care. PI: Such, E. CIs: Salway, S, Walton, E. £55,443.
National Institute for Health Research, UK
School for Public Health Research. PI: Nicholl, J. CIs: Goyder, E, Salway, S, Meier, P, Brennan, A. £1.6 million.
Improving standards based maternity care in Malawi. PI: Chirwa, E. CIs: Mumtaz, Z, Salway S. et al. Ca$1million.
Medical Research Council (Public Health Intervention Development Scheme)
Modifying a weight management intervention for people with intellectual disabilities. PI: Croot, E. CIs: O’Cathain, A, Salway, S, Harris, J, Hatton, C, Lanvin, J. £148,023.
National Institute for Health Research, UK. (Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowship)
Mobilising knowledge about ethnic inequalities to improve access, experience and outcomes for Black and Minority Ethnic users of NHS services. Fellow: Carter, L. CI Mentors: Salway, S, Gerrish, K. £145,847.
National Institute for Health Research, UK
CLAHRC Yorkshire & Humber Public Health & Inequalities Theme. PI: Goyder, E. CIs: Salway, S, Tod, A. £941,433.
UK Department of Health (Policy Research Programme)
A study of knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes about Hepatitis B among Chinese and Far East Asian residents of South Yorkshire. PI: Vedio, A. CIs: Lee, A, Horsely, J, Salway, S, Goyder, E. £220,219.
National Institute for Health Research, UK (Health Services & Delivery Research)
Towards equitable commissioning for our multi-ethnic society: understanding and enhancing the critical utilisation of evidence by strategic commissioners and public health managers. PI: Salway, S. CIs: Gerrish, K, Mir, G, Ellison, GTH, Whitfield, M. £348,100.
Economic and Social Research Council (National Centre for Research Methods)
Promoting methodological innovation and capacity building in research on ethnicity. PI: Dale, A. CIs: Nazroo, J, Salway, S, Platt, L. £24,000.
Canadian Institute of Health Research
Addressing disparities in maternal health care in Pakistan: gender, class and exclusion.. PI: Mumtaz, Z. CIs: Hamid, Lang, L, Shanner, Salway S, Zaman. Ca$450,000.
Economic and Social Research Council
Patterns, predictors and implications of multi-morbidity: exploring the co-incidence of depression and other types of chronic ill-health.. PI: Salway, S. CI: Coy, J, Grimsley, M. £24,600.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Ethnic diversity in social science research. PI: Salway, S. CI: Ellison, GTH, Gerrish, K. £82,000.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Fathering in middle childhood among UK South Asians. PI: Salway, S. CI: Clarke, L., Chowbey, P. £104,000.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Limiting illness, poverty and ethnicity: breaking the vicious cycle. PI: Salway S. CIs: Platt, L, Bayliss, E. £89,817.
The Nuffield Foundation (Career Development Fellowship)
Bangladeshi households in North and South: a conceptual and empirical exploration of livelihoods and wellbeing. PI: Salway S. Mentor: Grundy, E. £76,813.
Selected consultancy and knowledge transfer projects
Date Sponsor Details 2017
Public Health England
Ethnicity and health in UK: technical support to an evidence review. PI: Salway, S. £5,000.
Medical Research Council P2D and Public Health England
Modern slavery: the public health response. PIs: Salway, S, and Such, E. £14,735.
Review of diversity and inclusion literature and an evaluation of methodologies and metrics relating to health research. PI: Wilsdon, J, CIs: Salway, S, Booth, A, Preston, L et al. £45,270.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Poverty and stress: review project. PI: Blank, L. CIs: Goyder,E Baxter,S, Salway, S, Bissell, P. £29,928.
Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group
Identifying promising innovations to enhance equity and efficiency in care for new migrant populations. PI: Such, E. CIs: Salway, S and Walton, E. £22,659.
Sheffield City Council
Developing online training resource for health professionals and the public on consanguinity and recessive genetic disorders. PI: Salway, S. £4,000.
Genetics Disorders UK
A participatory research study to develop a community genetic literacy intervention. PI: Salway, S. CI: Hussein, G., Ali, P. £23,124.
A community based survey of knowledge and attitudes related to infant health. PI: Salway, S. CI: Piercy, H., Ismail, H. £12,000.
Cousin marriage and genetic risk: insight and development work.. PI: Salway, S. CI: Dearden, A, Ali, P. £16,500.
Exploration of factors contributing to lower revascularisation rates among Pakistani women in Sheffield: preliminary studies & proposal development. PI: Piercy, H. CI: Salway, S., Chowbey, P. £13,500.
UK Department for Work and Pensions
A review of the experiences of clients of the Pensions, Carers and Disability Service from minority ethnic backgrounds. PI: Salway, S. CIs: Allmark, P., Crisp, D. £20,000.
UK Equalities and Human Rights Commission
Scientific overview of health and life expectancy for the Triennial Review. PI: Salway, S. Allmark P CIs: Piercy, H. £24,560.
Trent Research Development Support Unit
Increasing capacity in researching ethnic inequalities in health. PI: Salway, S. CI: Brewins, L., Dhoot, P. £14,500.
NHS Bradford and Airedale
Development of a digital learning resource for cultural competence training. PI: Salway S. CI: Higginbottom, G. £4,000.
Evaluation of the Enhanced Public Health Programmes. PI: Salway S, Tod, A. CI: McClimens, A, Chowbey, P. £25,000.
South Yorkshire Eating Disorders Association
Adapting Syeda's services to better meet the needs of minority ethnic communities: evaluation and feasibility study. PI: Salway S. CI: Chowbey P, Ismail, M. £3,600.
NHS Bradford & Airedale
Documenting the experiences and insights of UK South Asian GPs in Bradford. . PI: Salway, S. CI: Higginbottom, G. £9,400.