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2012

Dumbleton, Sue and McPhail, Mo (2012). The coming of age of Scottish social services? In: Mooney, Gerry and Scott, Gill eds. Social Justice and Social Welfare in Contemporary Scotland, Volume 2. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 131–146. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2011

McPhail, Mo (2011). Untangling the web of service user involvement in social services work. In: Seden, Janet; Matthews, Sarah; McCormick, Mick and Morgan, Alun eds. Professional Development in Social Work, Complex issues in Practice. Post-qualifying Social Work. Abingdon, U.K.: Routledge, pp. 110–117.

2008

McPhail, Mo (2008). Service User and Carer Involvement: Beyond Good Intentions. Policy and Practice in Health and Social care (4). Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic press.

McPhail, Mo and Sidvah, Dina (2008). Discourses of diversity: ‘top down’ and grassroots approaches to recruitment and retention of Black and Minority Ethnic people in social work education. In: Dilemmas of Identity, New Public management and Governance: the 11th International Research Conference, , 31 Aug - 01 Sep 2008, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden. file

2006

McPhail, Mo (2006). Children and Young people, Social Work and Scotland. In: Mooney, Gerry; Sweeney, Tony and Law, Alex eds. Social Care, health and Welfare in Contemporary Scotland. Paisley, U.K.: Kynoch & Blaney.

McPhail, Mo and Gee, Maggie (2006). The service user and carer voice in social work education: drivers and barriers to participation at a national and local level in Scotland. In: Dilemmas for Human Services, 02-03 Sep 2005, London.

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