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Jordan, Melanie and Rowley, Emma and Morriss, Richard K. and Manning, Nick (2015) An analysis of the research team-service user relationship from the service user perspective: a consideration of ‘The three Rs’ (roles, relations, and responsibilities) for healthcare research organisations. Health Expectations, 18 (6). pp. 2693-2703. ISSN 1369-7625

Jordan, Melanie and Rowley, Emma and Morriss, Richard and Manning, Nick (2015) An analysis of the research team–service user relationship from the service user perspective: a consideration of ‘The Three Rs’ (roles, relations, and responsibilities) for healthcare research organisations. Health Expectations, 18 (6). pp. 2693-2703. ISSN 1369-7625

Hamilton, Ian S. and Schneider, Justine and Kane, Eddie and Jordan, Melanie (2015) Employment of ex-prisoners with mental health problems, a realistic evaluation protocol. BMC Psychiatry, 15 (1). 185/1-185/8. ISSN 1471-244X

Wright, Nicola and Jordan, Melanie and Kane, Eddie (2014) Mental health/illness and prisons as place: frontline clinicians’ perspectives of mental health work in a penal setting. Health & Place, 29 . pp. 179-185. ISSN 1873-2054

Book Section

Jordan, Melanie (2017) "The will's there and the skill's there": prison mental health care. In: Mental health uncertainty and inevitability: rejuvenating the relationship between social science and psychiatry. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 105-136. ISBN 9783319439693

Hui, Ada M.L. (2017) Institutional and emotion work in forensic psychiatry: detachment and desensitisation. In: Mental health uncertainty and inevitability: rejuvenating the relationship between social science and psychiatry. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 137-165. ISBN 9783319439693

Jordan, Melanie (2017) Mental health uncertainty & inevitability. In: Mental health uncertainty and inevitability: rejuvenating the relationship between social science and psychiatry. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 221-234. ISBN 9783319439693

Thesis (University of Nottingham only)

Jordan, Melanie (2012) Prison mental health: context is crucial: a sociological exploration of male prisoners' mental health and the provision of mental healthcare in a prison setting. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

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