Dr Sarah EarthySenior Lecturer
Department of Interprofessional Studies (Children, Health, Social Work and Community)Sarah.Earthy@winchester.ac.uk
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Dr Sarah Earthy joined the University of Winchester in 2015 as an Associate Lecturer in Sociology and in 2016 was appointed Senior Lecturer in Health, Community and Social Care Studies in the Department of Interprofessional Studies. Those two posts reflect her academic background and research interests very well. She was previously based in the Department of Sociology at the University of Surrey and has also been a visiting lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire, Kingston University and the University of Aarhus, Denmark. Earlier in her career she worked for the Department of Health, the Health Education Authority and for various district health authorities on aspects of service planning.
Areas of expertise
- Social policy
- Qualitative research methods
- Fielding N, Bullock K, Earthy S, Fielding J, Garland J and Hieke G (2016) Injury on Duty Project: Current Police Personnel Final Report, Nov 2016, Police Dependants Trust and the University of Surrey. Available here.
- Fielding N, Bullock K, Earthy S, Fielding J, Garland J and Hieke G (2016) Injury on Duty Project: Former Police Officers Final Report, Nov 2016, Police Dependants Trust and the University of Surrey. Available here.
- Christie N, Beckett K, Earthy S, Kellezi B, Sleney J, Barnes J, Jones T and Kendrick D. (2016) Seeking support after hospitalisation for injury: a nested qualitative study of the role of primary care, British Journal of General Practice, 66(642): 24-31. DOI: 10.3399/bjgp15X688141
- Earthy S, Cuncev, A and Cronin A (2016) ‘Narrative Analysis’, in N.Gilbert and P. Stoneman (eds) Researching Social Life, 4th edition, London: Sage.
- Kellezi B, Beckett K, Earthy S, Barnes J, Sleney J, Clarkson J, Regel S, Jones T and Kendrick D (2015) Understanding and meeting information needs following unintentional injury: comparing the accounts of patients, carers and service providers, Injury, 46 (4): 564-571. DOI: 10.1016/j.injury.2014.11.035
- Beckett K, Earthy S, Sleney J, Barnes J, Kellezi B, Barker M, Clarkson J, Coffey F, Elder G and Kendrick D (2014) Providing effective trauma care: the potential for service provider views to enhance the quality of care (qualitative study nested within a multi-centre longitudinal quantitative study), BMJ Open, 4 (7). DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-005668
- Sleney J, Christie N, Earthy S, Lyons RA, Kendrick D and Towner E (2014) Improving recovery - Learning from patients' experiences after injury: A qualitative study, Injury, 45 (1): 312-319. DOI:10.1016/j.injury.2012.12.025
- Thomas H, Earthy S and Sleney J (2016) The work of the patient in recovery from serious illness or injury. American Sociological Association Annual Conference, Seattle, USA, 20-23 Aug 2014
- Earthy S, Sleney J and Thomas H (2016) Narratives of recovery from serious illness and injury: core narratives and missing scripts. European Society for Health and Medical Sociology (ESHMS) 16th Biennial Congress, Geneva, 27-29 June 2016
- Earthy S (2016) Narrative methods in health research. Keynote presentation at European Society for Health and Medical Sociology PhD and early career workshop, Geneva, 27 June 2016
- Thomas H, Earthy S and Sleney J (2015) Temporal landscapes in patients’ expectations and experiences of recovery from serious illness or injury. BSA Medical Sociology Group Conference. York University. 9-11 Sept 2015