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Galvani, Sarah (2015) Alcohol and other drug use: the roles and capabilities of social workers. Manchester: Manchester Metropolitan University.

Witham, Gary and Galvani, Sarah and Peacock, Marian (2019) End of life care for people with alcohol and drug problems: Findings from a rapid evidence assessment. Health and Social Care in the Community .

Witham, Gary and Peacock, Marian and Galvani, Sarah (2018) End of life care for people with alcohol and drug problems: rapid evidence review. Manchester Metropolitan University.

Galvani, Sarah and Fox, Sarah and Guru, Surinder and Khan, Naima (2023) “Keep it to yourself”. Supporting solutions for South Asian women: developing models for alcohol support. London: Alcohol Change UK.

Galvani, Sarah (2020) Offering the best death possible: supporting people using substances at the end of life. Addiction , 115 , (3) , pp. 391-392.

Galvani, Sarah and Forrester, Donald (2009) Social Work and substance use: teaching the basics. Southampton: Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Social Policy and Social Work (SWAP).

Galvani, Sarah and Forrester, Donald and Glynn, Georgia and McCann, Michelle and Guppy, Andy and Hemsley, Christine and Hillson, Mary and Thurnham, Angela (2011) Social work services and recovery from substance misuse: a review of the evidence. Edinburgh: Scottish Government Social Research.

Galvani, Sarah (2022) Substance use and palliative care,. URL: https://endoflifecaresubstanceuse.com/

Galvani, Sarah and Livingston, Wulf and Morgan, Hannah and Wadd, Sarah (2014) Substance use and sight loss: a guide for professionals. London: Alcohol Research UK.

Galvani, Sarah (2010) Supporting families affected by substance use and domestic violence. London: Adfam, University of Bedfordshire and Stella Project.

Templeton, Lorna and Galvani, Sarah and Peacock, Marian (2021) When “good enough” isn’t good enough: interdisciplinary perspectives on caring for adults using substances at the end of life. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction .

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