Number of items: 21.
Newbigging, Karen, Mckeown, Mick and French, Beverley
Mental health advocacy and African and Caribbean men: good practice principles and organizational models for delivery.
Health Expectations, 16
Saundry, Richard and Mckeown, Mick
Relational union organising in a healthcare
setting: a qualitative study.
Industrial Relations Journal, 44
Spandler, Helen and Mckeown, Mick
A critical exploration of using football in health and welfare programs: Gender, masculinities and social relations.
Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 36
ISSN 1552- 7638
Mckeown, Mick, Malihi-shoja, Lisa, Hogarth, Russell, Jones, Fiona, Holt, Keith, Sullivan, Peter, Lunt, John, Vella, Jacqui, Hough, Graham, Rawcliffe, Louise and Mather, Marie
The value of involvement from the perspective of service users and carers engaged in practitioner education: Not just a cash nexus.
Nurse Education Today, 32
Mckeown, Mick and Mercer, D.
Mental health care and resistance to fascism.
Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 17
Flynn, Maria and Mckeown, Mick
Nurse staffing levels revisited: a consideration of key issues in nurse staffing levels and skill mix research.
Journal of Nursing Management, 17
Alliances in action: Opportunities and threats to solidarity between workers and service users in health and social care disputes.
Social Theory and Health, 7
Never mind the credit crunch, nurses should be global citizens.
Downe, Soo, Mckeown, Mick, Johnson, Eileen, Koloczek, Lidia, Grunwald, Angela and Malihi-shoja, Lisa
The UCLan Engagement and Service User Support (Comensus) project: Valuing authenticity making space for emergence.
Health Expectations, 10
Newbigging, Karen and Mckeown, Mick
Mental health advocacy with black and minority ethnic communities: conceptual and ethical implications.
Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 20
Mckeown, Mick, Haigh, Kevin and Wright, Karen Margaret
Reclaiming the humanity in personality Disorder.
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 16
Spandler, Helen and Mckeown, Mick
Using football to as a vehicle to engage men: a relational approach.
Journal of Sport & Social Issues
Newbigging, Karen, Roy, Alastair Neil, Habte-Mariam, Zemikael, Mckeown, Mick and French, Beverley
Involving ethnically diverse service users in the research process: alliances and action.
Social Care, Service Users and User Involvement.
Research Highlights in Social Work
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Philadelphia, USA, pp. 120-141.
Mckeown, Mick, Hogarth, Russell, Jones, Fiona, Edwards, Mark, Holt, Keith, Traill, Sarah, Priestley, Jane, Watkins, Garry, Hellawell, Michael, Lunt, John and Malihi-shoja, Lisa
Movies, movements and moving moments: connecting film, user involvement and student learning.
Qualitative research in arts and mental health: contexts, meanings and evidence.
PCCS Books, Ross-on-Wye.
ISBN 978 1 906254 39 1
Alliances and communicative action: one possibility for reframing theory and praxis.
Distress or disability? Proceedings of a symposium held at Lancaster University.
Centre for Disability Research, Lancaster, pp. 71-75.
Psychosocial interventions at Ashworth: an occupational delusion.
Inside Ashworth: Professional reflections of institutional life.
Radcliffe Publishing, Oxford, pp. 59-80.
Mckeown, Mick and Stowell-Smith, Mark
The Comforts of Evil.
Forensic Psychiatry: Influences of Evil.
Humana Press, Totowa, NJ, pp. 109-134.
Mckeown, Mick, Mercer, Dave and Finlayson, Sara
The Role of Training in Targeting Severe Mental Illness.
Targeting in Mental Health Services: A Multi-disciplinary Challenge.
Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 219-243.
Mckeown, Mick, French, Beverley, Hunkins-Hutchinson, E and Newbigging, Karen
Metetezi - Developing mental health advocacy with African and Caribbean men.
Mckeown, Mick, Malihi-shoja, Lisa, Downe, Soo and Comensus Writing Collective, The
Service user and carer involvement in education for health and social care.
Promoting Partnership for Health
Linking the Academy and Activism: From constructed subjectivities to participatory, communicative agency.
Doctoral thesis, University of Central Lancashire.