Tew, J (2017) A crisis of meaning: can ‘schizophrenia’ survive in the twenty first century? Medical Humanities 43:111-117.
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Morriss, L. (2016). Being seconded to a Mental Health Trust: the (in)visibility of mental health social work. British Journal of Social Work, 47(5): 1344-1360. DOI:10.1093/bjsw/bcw022
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Tew, J (2013) Recovery capital: what enables a sustainable recovery from mental health difficulties? European Journal of Social Work 16:3 360-74
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Tew, J, Holley, T and Caplen, P (2011) Dialogue and challenge: involving service users and carers in small group learning with social work and nursing students. Social Work Education DOI: 10.1080/02615479.2011.557429
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Tew, J (2008) Researching in partnership: reflecting on a collaborative study with mental health service users into the longer term impact of compulsory admission to psychiatric hospital. Qualitative Social Work 7:3 271-88
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