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Sarah Carr

Sarah Carr is a Senior Research Analyst at the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), an Honorary Fellow at the Faculty of Health, Staffordshire University, a Visiting Fellow of the Centre for Government and Charity Management, Faculty of Business, London South Bank University and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. She is a trustee of NDTi, the LGB&T Consortium of Voluntary and Community Organisations and of the National Survivor and User Network (NSUN). Sarah is a long-term user of mental health services and has written on her own experiences as well as general mental health practice and policy, LGB welfare and equality issues, service user empowerment and participation.

JKP publications by Sarah Carr

  1. Safeguarding Adults Under the Care Act 2014

    Safeguarding Adults Under the Care Act 2014

    Understanding Good Practice

    Edited by Adi Cooper OBE and Emily White. Foreword by Lyn Romeo.

    Following the Care Act 2014, this essential guide to adult safeguarding sets out the most current principles behind working in this area, presents core skills and knowledge to support best practice and shows how to overcome areas that present challenges to practitioners. Learn More
    2017, Paperback / softback, 8.98in x 6.18in / 228mm x 157mm, 288pp, £19.99
    ISBN: 9781785920943
    2017, Ebook, ePUB, 240pp, £19.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-358-1
  2. The Equality Act 2010 in Mental Health

    The Equality Act 2010 in Mental Health

    A Guide to Implementation and Issues for Practice

    Edited by Hári Sewell

    The Equality Act 2010 in Mental Health provides a critical guide to the Act: what it means for mental health services and how it should be implemented. It addresses each of the nine characteristics protected by the Act in turn, examining the research and practice issue associated with each and offering positive guidance. Learn More
    2012, Paperback / softback, 9.02in x 6.02in / 229mm x 153mm, 304pp, £29.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-284-9
    2012, Ebook, ePUB, 304pp, £29.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-589-2