Neech, S., Scott, H., Priest, H., Bradley, E., & Tweed, A. (2018) Experiences of user involvement in mental health settings: User motivations and benefits. Journal of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, 1-11.
Murray, J., Scott, H., Connolly, C., & Wells, A. (2018) The Attention Training Technique improves children’s ability to delay gratification: A controlled comparison with progressive relaxation. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 104, 1-6.
Hanley, B., Scott, H. & Priest, H. (2017) The impact of organisational change on professionals working within a Community Mental Health Team (CMHT): A psychodynamic perspective. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.
Shead, J., Scott, H. & Rose, J. (2016) Investigating predictors and moderators of burnout in staff working in services for people with intellectual disabilities: The role of emotional intelligence, exposure to violence, and self-efficacy. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 62 (4), 224-233.
Kelly, J., Scott, H. & Bryan, H. (2014) Emotional intelligence, coping style, and social support as predictors of post-traumatic stress disorder. Journal of Search & Rescue, 1 (3), 29-45.
Darongkamas, J., Scott, H. & Taylor, E. (2011) Kick-starting men’s mental health: An evaluation of the effect of playing football on mental health service users’ well-being. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 13 (3), 14-21.
Scott, H. (2010) The Medical Model: The right approach to service provision? Mental Health Practice, 13 (5), 27-30.
Reid, Y., Johnson, S., Bebbington, P., Kuipers, E., Scott, H. & Thornicroft, G. (2001) The longer term outcomes of community care: A twelve year follow-up of the Camberwell high contact survey. Psychological Medicine, 31, 351-359.
Scott, H., Minghella, E. & Ford, R. (2001) Working with people with dual diagnosis in the voluntary sector: Training and support needs of practitioners. Mental Health Care, 41 (9), 297-301.
Scott, H., Sathyamoorthy, G., Minghella, E. & Ford, R. (2000) Evaluation of Services Funded by the Department of Health, Drugs and Alcohol Specific Grant Programme. London: Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health.
Slade, M., Scott, H., Truman, C. & Leese, M. (1999) Risk Factors for Tenancy breakdown for mentally ill people. Journal of Mental Health, 8 (4), 361-371.
Scott, H., Johnson, S., Menezes, P., Thornicroft, G., Marshall, J., Bindman, J., Bebbington, P. & Kuipers, E. (1998) Substance misuse and risk of violence among the severely mentally ill. British Journal of Psychiatry, 172, 345-350.