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2010From resilience to resistance: A reconstruction of the strengths perspective in social work practiceTsui, Ming Sum 
2017From supervision to organizational learning: A typology to integrate supervision, mentorship, consultation and coachingTsui, Ming Sum ; Pak, Michael Chui Man 
2005From supervision to organizational learning: Integrating supervision, mentorship, consultation, and coachingTsui, Ming Sum 
2005Functions of social work supervision in Hong KongTsui, Ming Sum 
1999The future of social work: A revision and a visionTsui, Ming Sum 
2000Global vs. local: Reflection from the Seattle WTO Conference to our w(ork) of to(morrow)Tsui, Ming Sum 
2004Gone with the wind: The impacts of managerialism on human servicesTsui, Ming Sum 
2000The harm reduction approach revisited: An international perspectiveTsui, Ming Sum 
2005The harm-reduction approach revisited: An international perspectiveTsui, Ming Sum 
2006Hidden addictions (Book Review)Tsui, Ming Sum 
2021The historical development of knowledge in social work supervision: Finding new directions from the pastTsui, Ming Sum ; Mo, Kitty Yuen Han 
2007History of supervisionTsui, Ming Sum 
2006Hopes and dreams: Ideal supervision for social workers in Hong KongTsui, Ming Sum 
2020Human rights and social development: A journey we walk together (Editorial)Tsui, Ming Sum 
1998In search of a comprehensive model of social work supervisionTsui, Ming Sum 
2012In search of an informed supervisory practice: An exploratory studyTsui, Ming Sum 
2004In search of an optimal model for board-executive relationships in voluntary human service organizationsTsui, Ming Sum 
2017Inspiring hope through social work practiceTsui, Ming Sum 
1998An international assetTsui, Ming Sum 
2020An international profession with commonalities and differences: Social work responses to COVID-19 where local is global and vice versa (Editorial)Tsui, Ming Sum