- Onyett, S. R. (2003). Teamworking in mental health. Palgrave
- Onyett, S. R. and Borrill, C. (2003). Effective Teamworking and Leadership in Mental Health- Training Pack. London: Leadership Centre.
- Onyett, S. R. (1998) Case management in mental health. Cheltenham: Stanley Thornes. (Originally published by Chapman and Hall in 1992, London and reprinted in 1998; translated into Russian by the Bulgarian Psychiatric Association).
- Onyett, S. R. and Cambridge, P. (Eds.) (1992) Case management: issues in practice. CAPSC/PSSRU. University of Kent
- Onyett, S. R. (2006). Community mental health teams: The need for a local whole systems approach. In Key Issues in Mental Health Today. Pavilion/Mental Health Foundation.
- Onyett, S. R. & Lester, H. (2006). Managing in Mental Health. In Walshe, K. & Smith, J. (Eds). Healthcare Management. McGraw-Hill/Open University Press
- Jackson Brown, J.F. (2005) ADHD and the Philosophy of Science. In N. Radcliffe and C. Newnes (eds.) The Making and Breaking of Children’s Lives. ADS Books. Shrewsbury.
- Onyett, S. R. (2005). Mental health teams- hitting the targets, missing the point? In. Bell, A. and Lindley, P. (Eds) Beyond the Water Towers. London: SCMH. Chapter commissioned for the publication celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health.
- Onyett, S. R. (2004). Chapter 29: Leading and managing service development and delivery. In: Fear, C. F. (ed.) Essential Revision Notes for MRCPsych. Knutsford: PasTest, 2004.
- Onyett, S. R. (2000). Understanding relationships. In Basset, T. (Ed). Looking to the future: Key issues for contemporary mental health services. Pavilion Publishing/Mental Health Foundation.
- Cullen, C., Brown, J.F., Coombes, H. and Hendy, S. (1999) Working with people who have intellectual impairments. In J. Marzillier and J. Hall (Eds.) What is Clinical Psychology? Oxford University Press. Oxford.
- Brown J.F. & Cullen, C. (1999) The pragmatic nature of ‘good’ theory. In J. Hartley & and A. Branthwaite (Eds.), The Applied Psychologist. Open University Press.
- Onyett, S. R. and Smith, H. (1998). The Structure and Organisation of Services. In Brooker, C. and Repper, J. Serious Mental Health Problems in the Community: Policy, practice and research. London. Bailliere Tindall Limited.
- Onyett, S. R. (submitted). Functional Teams and Whole Systems. In Norman, I. J. and Ryrie, I. (eds). The Art and Science of Mental Health Nursing: A textbook of principles and practice. McGraw-Hill/Open University Press, London. Currently being revised from the 2004 edition.
- Onyett, S. R. (submitted). Connecting the parts to the whole - achieving effective team work in complex systems. In. Stickley, T., Lindley, P. & Basset, T. (Eds). Learning about mental health practice. Wiley.
- Linde, K. and Onyett, S. R. (submitted). Crisis resolution teams. In Brooker, C. and Repper, J. (Eds). Implementing the National Service Framework for Mental Health: Principles, Practice and Research.
- Brooker, C. & Onyett, S. R. (commissioned). Conclusion. In Brooker, C. and Repper, J. (Eds). Implementing the National Service Framework for Mental Health: Principles, Practice and Research.
Selected Journal Publications
- Jackson Brown, J.F. and Guvenir, J. (in press) The Experiences of Learning Disabled Children, their Carers and Staff during a Hospital Admission. British Journal of Learning Disabilities.
- Onyett, S. R., Kinde, K., Glover, G., Floyd, S., Bradley, S., and Middleton, H. (accepted for publication) Implementation of Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Teams in England: Findings of a National Survey 2005-2006. Psychiatric Bulletin.
- Middleton, H., Glover, G., Linde, K. & Onyett, S. R. (accepted for publication). Crisis resolution and home treatment teams, gate-keeping and the role of consultant psychiatrists. Psychiatric Bulletin.
- Moreland, J. Hendy, S, Jackson Brown, J.F. (2008) The Validity of a Personality Disorder Diagnosis for People with a Learning Disability. Journal of Applied Research in Disabilities, 21(3), 219-226
- Onyett, S. R. (2008). “Steve Onyett on Paxman’s Pants”. Health Service Journal. 21/2/08, p28).
- Onyett, S. R. (2008). “Steve Onyett on a network with attitude”. Health Service Journal. 21/2/08. Learning and Development Supplement, p.2
- Onyett, S. R. (2008). Creating a culture of commitment in the healthcare sector. 15th Jan. Health Service Journal. Online.
- Bird, S. and Emond, A (2007) Attention Deficit or Lack of Attention? Archives of Disease in Childhood - Education and Practice, 92, 76-81
- Jackson Brown, J.F. (2006) The success of long term therapeutic programmes: A system case study. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 34, 117-121.
- Onyett, S. R. (2006). Daring to Dream: Learning the lessons of leadership for service improvement in mental health services. British Journal of Leadership in Public Services. 2(4), 4-14.
- Brown, J.F. (2004) Scientific narratives and ADHD. Clinical Psychology, 40,17-20.
- Onyett, S. R. (2004). The Joy of Wading: Leadership and team working in swampy conditions. Mental Health Review. 9(3), 35-41. A commissioned article.
- Onyett, S.R. (2004). Leadership for Change. International Initiative in Mental Health Leadership Update. http://radio.weblogs.com/0108660/categories/iimhl/
- Brown, J.F. (2002) Epistemological Differences within Psychological Science: A philosophical perspective on the validity of psychiatric diagnosis. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practise, 75, 239-250.
- Brown, J.F., Spencer, K. Swift, S. (2002) A parent training programme for chronic food refusal: a case study. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 30, 118-121.
- Onyett, S. R. (2002). Leadership for Change in Mental Health Services. Mental Health Review, 7(4), 20-23.
- Brown, J.F. and Hendy. S. (2001) A step towards ending the isolation of behavior analysis: A common language with evolutionary science. The Behavior Analyst, 24(2), 163-172.
- Onyett, S. R. (2000). Understanding relationships in context as a core competence for psychiatric rehabilitation. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills, 4, 282-299. A commissioned article.
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