Sarah Wayland
Sarah Wayland
Sydney School of Health Sciences, University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au - Homepage
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Holding on to hope: A review of the literature exploring missing persons, hope and ambiguous loss
S Wayland, M Maple, K McKay, G Glassock
Death studies 40 (1), 54-60, 2016
242016
Supporting those who are left behind: A counselling framework to support families of missing persons
S Wayland
Australian Federal Police, 2007
172007
Systematic review of qualitative evaluations of reentry programs addressing problematic drug use and mental health disorders amongst people transitioning from prison to communities
S Kendall, S Redshaw, S Ward, S Wayland, E Sullivan
Health & Justice 6 (1), 4, 2018
132018
Understanding the ups and downs of living well: the voices of people experiencing early mental health recovery
N Hancock, J Smith-Merry, G Jessup, S Wayland, A Kokany
BMC psychiatry 18 (1), 121, 2018
72018
Supporting those who are left behind—A counselling framework to support families of missing people
S Wayland
Australian Federal Police, Canberra, 2007
62007
Aboriginal mothers in prison in Australia: a study of social, emotional and physical wellbeing
EA Sullivan, S Kendall, S Chang, E Baldry, R Zeki, M Gilles, M Wilson, ...
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 43 (3), 241-247, 2019
42019
Providing support following exposure to suicide: A mixed method study
M Maple, K McKay, NCL Hess, S Wayland, T Pearce
Health & social care in the community 27 (4), 965-972, 2019
32019
'I still hope, but what I hope for now has changed' - a narrative inquiry study of hope and ambiguous loss when someone is missing
S Wayland
University of New England, Armidale, 2015
32015
What Is the Co-Creation of New Knowledge? A Content Analysis and Proposed Definition for Health Interventions
T Pearce, M Maple, A Shakeshaft, S Wayland, K McKay
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (7), 2020
22020
Social work in rural New South Wales school settings: Addressing inequalities beyond the school gate
M Maple, T Pearce, S Gartshore, F MacFarlane, S Wayland
Australian Social Work 72 (2), 219-232, 2019
22019
Hope in the liminal space
S Wayland
Grief Matters: The Australian Journal of Grief and Bereavement 17 (1), 25, 2014
22014
Missing and found; understanding the privacy needs of missing people
S Wayland
The Conversation, 2013
22013
‘An all-consuming cumulonimbus of pain’: a scoping review exploring the impact of ambiguous loss when someone is missing and the counselling interventions …
S Wayland, M Maple
Bereavement Care 39 (1), 21-29, 2020
12020
Recidivism, health and social functioning following release to the community of NSW prisoners with problematic drug use: study protocol of the population-based retrospective …
E Sullivan, S Ward, R Zeki, S Wayland, J Sherwood, A Wang, F Worner, ...
BMJ open 9 (7), e030546, 2019
12019
Those who walk away
S Wayland, K McKay, M Maple
The Lancet Psychiatry 3 (4), 327-329, 2016
12016
Supporting 2e Students In Prince George’s County
R Blucher, S Wayland
2e Newsletter 71, 3-9, 2015
12015
Teaching Social Skills with RDI™
S Wayland
Twice Exceptional Newsletter, 2014
12014
Workplace exposure to suicide among Australian mental health workers: A mixed‐methods study
RL Sanford, K Hawker, S Wayland, M Maple
International journal of mental health nursing, 2020
2020
How is Participating in Suicide Prevention Activities Experienced by Those with Lived and Living Experiences of Suicide in Australia? A Qualitative Study
S Wayland, K McKay, M Maple
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (13), 4635, 2020
2020
When you become the lived experience: The journey backwards from academia
M Fox, S Wayland
Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work 32 (2), 32, 2020
2020
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