Williams, R, Hewison, A, Stewart, M, et al. (2012). 'We are doing our best': African and African-Caribbean fatherhood, health and preventive primary care services, in England. Health and social care in the community, 20(2), 216-23.
Hoppitt, T, Shah, S, Bradburn, P, Gill, P, Calvert, M, Pall, H, Stewart, M, Fazil, and Sackley, C (2011) Reaching the ‘hard to reach’: strategies to recruit black and minority ethnic service users with rare long-term neurological conditions. International Journal of Social Research Methodology. pp. 1-11. ISSN 1364-5579
Stewart, M (2003) Environmental, Policy, and Cultural Factors Physiotherapy, Volume 89, Issue 8, 2003, p508-509
Stewart, M (2003) Culture in Clinical Care. Physiotherapy, Vol. 89, Issue. 2, p134
Stewart M (2002) Cultural Competence in Undergraduate Healthcare: A Review of the issues Physiotherapy Vol. 88 No. 10. p 620-29
Stewart, M (1998) Advanced Practice in Physiotherapy, Physiotherapy, Vol. 84, No.4, p184-86.
Stewart, M (1997) Sickle Cell Disease and Physiotherapy, Physiotherapy, Vol.83, No.7, p 333-339.
Stewart, M (1996)Researches into the Effectiveness of Physiotherapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Hand, Physiotherapy, Vol. 82, No.12, p666-672.
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