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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 
1998A job performance model for professional social workersTsui, Ming Sum 
2010Labor welfare in Hong Kong: Its context and contentTsui, Ming Sum 
2009Labour welfare in Hong Kong: Its context and contentTsui, Ming Sum 
2021Life stress, social support, and depression levels in mid- and older-aged individuals experiencing bereavement of a spouse in TaiwanTsui, Ming Sum 
2021A long-distance wake-up call for the social work profession: From hardship to friendship (Editorial)Tsui, Ming Sum 
2017Looking for social work values and ethics in the textbooks of social services administration over the past 50 years (1965-2014)Tsui, Ming Sum ; Pak, Michael Chui Man 
1985Management review of a social welfare agency in transition: The Chinese family service of Greater MontrealTsui, Ming Sum 
2008The nature of practice wisdom in social work revisitedTsui, Ming Sum 
2019The nature of social work: Reflection over humanistic practice (Editorial)Tsui, Ming Sum 
2005The nature, culture and future of supervisionTsui, Ming Sum 
2016Neo-liberalism and the professional identity of social workers: A Hong Kong case studyPak, Michael Chui Man ; Tsui, Ming Sum 
1997Notions of the welfare state in China revisitedTsui, Ming Sum 
2005Organizational theoryTsui, Ming Sum 
1998Organizations as elephants: A Chinese metaphor or a meta-theory?Tsui, Ming Sum