Dr Sarah Pajak
Dr Sarah Pajak is investigating workforce issues in relation to patient safety and service quality. She worked previously at the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Research Unit in workforce research and more recently the North West London Hospitals NHS Trust in collaboration with Brunel University, where she also completed her PhD, contributing to an evaluation of a hospital service model redevelopment.
Dr Sarah Pajak
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Evans, S., Huxley, P., Gately, C., Webber, M., Mears, A., Pajak, S., Medina, J., Kendall, T. and Katona, C. 2006. Mental health, burnout and job satisfaction among mental health social workers in England and Wales. British Journal of Psychiatry, 188: 75-80.
Mears, A., Etchegoyen, A., Stormont, F., Kendall, T., Katona, C. and Pajak, S. 2004. Female psychiatrists’ career development after flexible training. Psychiatric Bulletin, 28:201- 203.
Mears, A., Kendall, T., Katona, C., Pashley C. and Pajak, S. 2004. Retirement Intentions of older consultant psychiatrists. Psychiatric Bulletin, 28: 130- 132.
Mears, A., Pajak, S., Kendall, T., Katona, C., Medina, J., Huxley, P., Evans, S. and Gately C. 2004. Consultant psychiatrists’ working patterns: is a progressive approach the key to staff retention? Psychiatric Bulletin, 28: 251-253.
Mears, A., Pajak, S., Kendall, T., Katona, C., Medina, J., Huxley, P., Evans, S. and Gately C. 2007. Consultant psychiatrists' working patterns. Psychiatric Bulletin, 31: 252-255.
Pajak S., Mears A., Kendall T., et al. 2003. Workload and working patterns of consultant psychiatrists: an investigation into occupational pressures and burdens. Report to the Department of Health. Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Research Unit, London
Pajak, S., DeSouza, L., Gore, J. and Williams, C. 2008. Capturing data in healthcare using patient-centred mobile technology. In Ghinea, G., Chen, S., & Dong, F. (Eds) User Centered Design for Medical Visualisation. Hershey, PA: Medical Information Science Reference.