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Shaw, Ian and Clegg Smith, Katherine M and Middleton, Hugh and Woodward, Louise A Letter of Consequence: Referral Letters from General Practitioners to Secondary Mental Health Services. Qualitative Health Research, 15 . pp. 116-128.
Onyett, Steve and Linde, Karen and Glover, Gyles and Floyd, Shioban and Bradley, Steve and Middleton, Hugh (2006) A National Survey of Crisis Resolution Teams in England. Project Report. Unpublished. (Unpublished)
Middleton, Hugh (2006) A New Speciality of In-patient Psychiatry? Psychiatric Bulletin, 30 . pp. 404-405.
Middleton, Hugh and Shaw, Ian (2007) A Utilitarian Perspective of Social and Medical Contributions to Three Illustrative Conditions, and Recent UK NHS Policy Initiatives. Journal of Mental Health, 16 (3). pp. 291-305.
Middleton, Hugh (2007) Critical Psychiatry. Mental Health Review Journal, 12 . pp. 40-43.
Middleton, Hugh and Shaw, Ian (2000) Distinguishing Mental Illness in Primary Care. We Need to Separate Proper Syndromes from Generalised Distress. British Medical Journal, 320 . pp. 1420-1421.
Baguley, Ian and Alexander, Jane and Middleton, Hugh and Hope, Roslyn (2007) New Ways of Working in Acute Care: A Case for Change. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 2 . pp. 43-52.
Middleton, Hugh and Shaw, Ian and Hull, Sally and Feder, Gene (2005) NICE Guidelines for the Management of Depression ... Are Clear for Severe Depression, but Uncertain for Mild or Moderate Depression. British Medical Journal, 330 . pp. 267-268.
Middleton, Hugh and Shaw, Ian (2007) Socially Determined Perceptions of Risk are Reflected in the Decision to Request a Second Opinion Appointed Doctor's Visit. In: Understanding Treatment Without Consent. An Analysis of the Work of the Mental Health Act Commission. Ashgate. ISBN 978-0-7546-1886-7
Middleton, Hugh and Adeniran, Richard and Brewin, Chris R. and Brady, Carol and Duggan, Conor and Hopkins, Nigel and Raleigh, Kay and Walton, Mark (2002) Using Needs Assessment to Understand Continuing Disability in Patients with Enduring Mental Illness. Implications for Considerations of Service Development. Journal of Mental Health, 11 . pp. 55-65.