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Vicary, Sarah; Stone, Kevin; Hemmington, Jill and Leah, Caroline (2020). Research Informed Practice; Practice Informed Research [Editorial]. Practice: Social Work in Action, 32(4) pp. 247–251.

Vicary, Sarah; Stone, Kevin and Spencer-lane, Tim (2020). The Approved Mental Health Professional Practice Handbook. Bristol: Policy Press.

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Vicary, Sarah; Young, Alys and Hicks, Stephen (2019). ‘Role Over’ or Roll Over? Dirty Work, Shift and Mental Health Act Assessments. The British Journal of Social Work, 49(8) pp. 2187–2206.

Vicary, Sarah (2019). Role over or roll over? Dirty work, shift and Mental Health Act Assessments. In: Approved Mental Health Professional National Conference 2019 Research-Informed Practice Practice-Informed Research?, 14 May 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Vicary, Sarah (2019). A critique of drawing as a research method for data generation in Qualitative Inquiry. In: ECQI 3rd European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, 13-15 Feb 2019, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Vicary, Sarah (2019). [Book review] Mental health law Brenda Hale. Journal of Social Work, 19(6) pp. 833–835.

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Vicary, Sarah; Cree, Viviene E. and Manthorpe, Jill (2018). [Editorial] Social Work Education - A Local and Global History. Practice, 30(4) pp. 223–226.

Vicary, Sarah; Copperman, Jeanette and Higgs, Alison (2018). Social work education through distance learning: the challenges and opportunities. Social Work Education; The International Journal, 37(6) pp. 685–690.

Vicary, Sarah; Gal, John and Koengeter, Stefan (2018). Exploring the history of settlements. Bulletin of the Social Work History Network, 5(1) pp. 4–5.

Vicary, Sarah and Bailey, John (2018). A deliberative study into the impact of integration on mental health social work in England: merely a dialogue or activism? Journal of mental health training education and practice, 13(2) pp. 77–89.

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Vicary, Sarah (2017). Emotion management and the Approved Mental Health Professional. In: Contemporary Issues in Mental Health: A seminar series from SCWRU and MRC, 14 Nov 2017, Kings College, London, UK.

Vicary, Sarah (2017). Emotion management and the Approved Mental Health Professional: "pull" the active use of dissonance. In: XXXVth International Congress on Law and Mental Health, 9-14 Jul 2017, Prague, Czech Republic.

Vicary, Sarah; Young, Alys and Hicks, Stephen (2017). Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis in social work research: a current study. In: European Conference for Social Work Research, 19-21 Apr 2017, Aalborg University, Denmark.

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Vicary, Sarah (2016). The Feeling rule and approved mental health practice. London Consortium of Approved Mental Health.

Matthews, Sarah (2016). Mental Health Social Work: its social, legal or psychiatric character? In: 6th Conference on Sociology and Social Work, 25-26 Aug 2016, Zwolle, Netherlands.

Vicary, Sarah (2016). Emotion management in statutory social work. In: Social Work seminars, Department of Social Work and Interprofessional Education, 25 May 2016, University of Chester.

Vicary, Sarah (2016). Exploring the relationship between research and practice in mental health social work; narrowing the dialogue between research and practice. In: 6th European Conference for Social Work Research, 30 Mar - 1 Apr 2016, Lisbon, Portugal.

Vicary, Sarah (2016). Exploring the role and experience of Approved Mental Health Professionals. In: Inaugural UK Mental Disability Law Conference, 30 Jun - 01 Jul 2016, Nottingham, UK.

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Matthews, Sarah A. O. and Reynolds, Janet (2015). Bruising in older adults: what do social workers need to know? Journal of Adult Protection, 17(6) pp. 351–359.

Matthews, Sarah (2015). Mental Health Social Work: the evidence? In: Launch Mental Health Social Work Forum, 31 Mar 2015.

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Matthews, Sarah (2014). Underpinning themes, theories and research. In: Matthews, Sarah; O'Hare, Philip and Hemmington, Jill eds. Approved Mental Health Practice: Essential Themes for Students and Practitioners. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 7–22.

Matthews, Sarah; O'Hare, Philip and Hemmington, Jill eds. (2014). Approved Mental Health Practice: Essential Themes for Students and Practitioners. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Matthews, S. and O'Hare, P. (2014). Introduction. In: Matthews, Sarah; O'Hare, Philip and Hemmington, Jill eds. Approved Mental Health Practice. Palgrave Macmillan.

Hemmington, J.; O'Hare, P. and Matthews, S. (2014). Conclusion: Old Values, New Problems? In: Matthews, Sarah; O'Hare, Philip and Hemmington, Jill eds. Approved Mental Health Practice. Palgrave Macmillan.

Matthews, Sarah (2014). [Book Review] Social Work Law and Ethics by Jonathan Dickens. Journal of Social Work, 14(2) pp. 219–220.

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Matthews, Sarah (2011). The changing role of social workers in developing contexts for mental health professionals. In: Seden, Janet; Matthews, Sarah; McCormick, Mick and Morgan, Alun eds. Professional Development in Social Work. Post-qualifying Social Work. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 83–89.

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Matthews, Sarah (1999). The Liverpool Mental Health Crisis Service and its effectiveness’. In: Tomlinson, Dylan Ronald and Allen, Kevin J. eds. Crisis Services and Hospital Crises. Farnham: Ashgate.

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