Sarah Wayland

Sarah Wayland

University of New England, Australia

H-index: 12

Oceania-Australia

About Sarah Wayland

Sarah Wayland, With an exceptional h-index of 12 and a recent h-index of 12 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of New England, Australia, specializes in the field of Suicide prevention, missing persons, grief, mental health, suicide.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Different Ways of Being, Doing and Telling in Qualitative Research: Lessons From d/Deafblind Studies

Understanding the outcomes and experiences of people who access support programs following a sudden, traumatic bereavement: data extraction for a scoping review

Operationalizing the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research to build and support the lived experience workforce in direct health service provision

Qualitative research in suicidology: a systematic review of the literature of low-and middle-income countries

The nature and impact of occupational trauma exposure among staff working in a forensic medical and scientific service: a qualitative interview study

Shared responsibility: conceptualising how a public health approach may enhance police response to missing persons

Suicide prevention and intervention education in Australian social work qualifying courses: are students adequately prepared for the workforce?

Effectiveness of Community-Based Outreach Interventions for Individuals Living with Mental Ill-Health in Australia: A Systematic Review

Sarah Wayland Information

University

University of New England, Australia

Position

School of Social Work

Citations(all)

566

Citations(since 2020)

512

Cited By

146

hIndex(all)

12

hIndex(since 2020)

12

i10Index(all)

15

i10Index(since 2020)

14

Email

University Profile Page

University of New England, Australia

Sarah Wayland Skills & Research Interests

Suicide prevention

missing persons

grief

mental health

suicide

Top articles of Sarah Wayland

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Different Ways of Being, Doing and Telling in Qualitative Research: Lessons From d/Deafblind Studies

International Journal of Qualitative Methods

Annmaree Watharow

Sarah Wayland

2024/3/25

Understanding the outcomes and experiences of people who access support programs following a sudden, traumatic bereavement: data extraction for a scoping review

Bess Jackson

Sarah Wayland

2024/3/20

Operationalizing the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research to build and support the lived experience workforce in direct health service provision

Alayna Carrandi

Yanan Hu

Katherine McGill

Sarah Wayland

Shae Karger

...

2024/4

Qualitative research in suicidology: a systematic review of the literature of low-and middle-income countries

Humayun Kabir

Sarah Wayland

Myfanwy Maple

2023/5/19

The nature and impact of occupational trauma exposure among staff working in a forensic medical and scientific service: a qualitative interview study

Australian journal of forensic sciences

S Wayland

O Cook

A Cartwright

J Ryan

E Brondolo

...

2023/3/4

Shared responsibility: conceptualising how a public health approach may enhance police response to missing persons

International Journal of Missing Persons

Katie Gambier-Ross

Joe Apps Dr

Sarah Wayland Dr

2023

Suicide prevention and intervention education in Australian social work qualifying courses: are students adequately prepared for the workforce?

Social Work Education

Rebecca Pryor

Sarah Wayland

Myfanwy Maple

2023/9/25

Effectiveness of Community-Based Outreach Interventions for Individuals Living with Mental Ill-Health in Australia: A Systematic Review

Alayna Carrandi

Yanan Hu

Sarah Wayland

Myfanwy Maple

2023/7/14

Key issues, challenges, and preferred supports for those bereaved by suicide: Insights from postvention experts

Death studies

Katie McGill

Navjot Bhullar

Philip J Batterham

Alayna Carrandi

Sarah Wayland

...

2023/5/28

COVID deaths are now barely mentioned in the media. That changes the very nature of grief

The Conversation

Sarah Wayland

2022/6/23

A psychoeducational support group intervention for people who have attempted suicide: an open trial with promising preliminary findings

Community Mental Health Journal

Myfanwy Maple

Sarah Wayland

Tania Pearce

Rebecca Sanford

Navjot Bhullar

2022/11

Dreading yet hoping: traumatic loss impacted by reference DNA sample collection for families of missing people

Frontiers in Psychiatry

Sarah Wayland

Jodie Ward

2022/4/4

Evidence of co-creation practices in suicide prevention in government policy: a directed and summative content analysis

BMC public health

Tania Pearce

Myfanwy Maple

Sarah Wayland

Kathy McKay

Anthony Shakeshaft

...

2022/10/17

Understanding emergency department healthcare professionals' perspectives of caring for individuals in suicidal crisis: A qualitative study

Frontiers in psychiatry

Demee Rheinberger

Jessica Wang

Lauren McGillivray

Fiona Shand

Michelle Torok

...

2022/6/13

“The real pandemic’s been there forever”: qualitative perspectives of domestic and family violence workforce in Australia during COVID-19

BMC health services research

Rachel Baffsky

Kristen Beek

Sarah Wayland

Janani Shanthosh

Amanda Henry

...

2022/3/15

Qualitative research: The'wounded'social work student: A strength-based enquiry of personal loss experience and its impact on social work students' professional practice

Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work

Kathrin McInnerney

Sarah Wayland

2022/9/1

Lost from the conversation: Missing people, and the role of Police media in shaping community awareness

The Police Journal

Aalia Siddiqui

Sarah Wayland

2022/6

I had every right to be there: discriminatory acts towards young people with disabilities on public transport

Disability & Society

Sarah Wayland

Jamee Newland

Liz Gill-Atkinson

Cathy Vaughan

Eric Emerson

...

2022/2/7

Corrigendum: Dreading Yet Hoping: Traumatic Loss Impacted by Reference DNA Sample Collection for Families of Missing People

Frontiers in Psychiatry

Sarah Wayland

Jodie Ward

2022/8/19

Co-Creation of New Knowledge: Increasing the Research Capacity of Third Sector Organisations (TSO)

Tania A Pearce

Myfanwy Maple

Sarah Wayland

Anthony Shakeshaft

2022/12/13

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Sarah Wayland FAQs

What is Sarah Wayland's h-index at University of New England, Australia?

The h-index of Sarah Wayland has been 12 since 2020 and 12 in total.

What are Sarah Wayland's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Different Ways of Being, Doing and Telling in Qualitative Research: Lessons From d/Deafblind Studies

Understanding the outcomes and experiences of people who access support programs following a sudden, traumatic bereavement: data extraction for a scoping review

Operationalizing the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research to build and support the lived experience workforce in direct health service provision

Qualitative research in suicidology: a systematic review of the literature of low-and middle-income countries

The nature and impact of occupational trauma exposure among staff working in a forensic medical and scientific service: a qualitative interview study

Shared responsibility: conceptualising how a public health approach may enhance police response to missing persons

Suicide prevention and intervention education in Australian social work qualifying courses: are students adequately prepared for the workforce?

Effectiveness of Community-Based Outreach Interventions for Individuals Living with Mental Ill-Health in Australia: A Systematic Review

...

are the top articles of Sarah Wayland at University of New England, Australia.

What are Sarah Wayland's research interests?

The research interests of Sarah Wayland are: Suicide prevention, missing persons, grief, mental health, suicide

What is Sarah Wayland's total number of citations?

Sarah Wayland has 566 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Sarah Wayland?

The co-authors of Sarah Wayland are Myfanwy Maple, Kathy McKay, Sarah Redshaw, Tania Pearce.

Co-Authors

H-index: 35
Myfanwy Maple

Myfanwy Maple

University of New England, Australia

H-index: 18
Kathy McKay

Kathy McKay

University of Liverpool

H-index: 14
Sarah Redshaw

Sarah Redshaw

Charles Sturt University

H-index: 9
Tania Pearce

Tania Pearce

University of New England

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