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Le Lievre, James A., Schweitzer, Robert, & Barnard, Alan (2011) The subjective experience of negative symptoms : characteristics of emotional withdrawal. In Geekie, Jim, Randall, Pattie, Lampshire, Debra, & Read, John (Eds.) Experiencing Psychosis : Personal and Professional Perspectives. Routledge, East Essex, pp. 187-196.
Barnard, Alan (2009) Technology, skill development and empowerment in nursing. In Daly, John, Speedy, Sandra, & Jackson, Debra (Eds.) Contexts of Nursing. Elsevier, Australia, Sydney, pp. 223-238.
Barnard, Alan (2009) Vision, technology, and the environment of care. In Locson, R. Rozzano & Purnell, Marguerite (Eds.) A Contemporary Nursing Process : The (Un)Bearable Weight of Knowing in Nursing. Springer Publishing Company, LLC, New York, pp. 359-375.
Barnard, Alan G. & Ward, Darian Adriel (2008) Developing excellence in practice : technology and the beginning nurse. In Chang, Esther May Lan & John, Daly (Eds.) Transitions in Nursing : Preparing for Professional Practice (2nd ed.). Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 227-242.
Barnard, Alan (2007) Advancing the meaning of nursing and technology. In Barnard, Alan & Locsin, Rozzano (Eds.) Technology and Nursing. Palgrave Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Hampshire, United Kingdom.
Barnard, Alan Gordon & Ward, Darian Adriel (2007) Developing excellence in practice : technology and the beginning nurse. In Chang, Esther May Lan & Daly, John (Eds.) Transitions in Nursing: Preparing for Professional Practice (2nd. edition). Elsevier Australia, Marrickville, N.S.W, pp. 227-242.
Wang, K, Barnard, Alan, & Somerville, Mary M. (2007) Paediatric Community Nursing: The Experience of Caring for Technology-Dependent Children at Home. In Barnard, Alan & Locsin, Rozzano (Eds.) Technology and Nursing. Palgrave Macmillan Publishers Ltd.
Barnard, Alan (2006) Technology, Skill Development and Empowerment in Nursing. In Daly, J, Speedy, S, & Jackson, D (Eds.) Contexts of Nursing: An Introduction. Elsevier, Australia, pp. 199-212.
Barnard, Alan (2005) Understanding Technological Competence Through Philosophy of Technology and Nursing. In Locsin, R (Ed.) Technological Competency as Caring in Nursing: A Model for Practice. Sigma Theta Tau International, United States of America, Indianapolis, pp. 13-40.
Seib, Charrlotte, English, Rebecca, & Barnard, Alan (2011) Teaching undergraduate students community nursing : using action research to increase engagement and learning. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(9), pp. 536-539.
Barnard, Alan, Croft, Waveney M., Irons, Rosemary R., Cuffe, Natalie, Bandara, Wasana, & Rowntree, Pamela (2011) Peer partnership to enhance scholarship of teaching : a case study. Journal of the Higher Education Research and Development, 30(4), pp. 435-448.
Le Lievre, James A., Schweitzer, Robert D., & Barnard, Alan (2011) Schizophrenia and the progression of emotional expression in relation to others. Qualitative Health Research.
Wirihana, Lisa A. & Barnard, Alan (2011) Women's perceptions of their healthcare experience when they choose not to breastfeed. Women and Birth. (In Press)
Batch, Mary, Barnard, Alan, & Windsor, Carol A. (2009) Who's talking? Communication and the casual/part-time nurse : a literature review. Contemporary Nurse, 33(1), pp. 20-29.
Han, Chin-Yen, Barnard, Alan, & Chapman, Helen M. (2009) Emergency department nurses' understanding and experiences of implementing discharge planning. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65(6), pp. 1283-1292.
Han, Chin-Yen, Barnard, Alan, & Chapman, Helen M. (2009) Discharge planning in the emergency department : a comprehensive approach. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 35(6), pp. 525-527.
Matsumoto, Kazuyuki, Tanioka, Tetsuya, Osaka, Kyoko, Kawamura, Ai, Ueno, Syu-ichi, Ren, Fuji, et al. (2009) Developing the method of server controlled outcomes management and variance analysis. Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, 225(2), pp. 221-237.
Wang, Kai-Wei Katherine & Barnard, Alan G. (2008) Caregivers' experiences at home with a ventilator-dependent child. Qualitative Health Research, 18(4), pp. 501-508.
Barnard, Alan, Hartfiel, Bernadette, & Hollingum, Christine (2006) Going on a Journey: Understanding Palliative Care Nursing. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 12(1), pp. 6-12.
Matsumoto, Kazuyuki, Ren, Fuji, Takasaka, Yoichiro, Matsuda, Takuya, Tanioka, Tetsuya, Tada, Toshiko, et al. (2006) Psychoms: A mental health patient management and variance analysis system using artificial intelligence. Information: An International Interdisciplinary Journal in English, Japanese and Chinese, 9(4), pp. 73-77.
Barnard, Alan & Sinclair, Marlene (2006) Spectators & Spectacles: Nurses, Midwives and Visuality. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 55(5), pp. 578-586.
Barnard, Alan G., Nash, Robyn E., & O'Brien, Michael (2005) Information literacy: developing life long skills through nursing education. Journal of Nursing Education, 44(11), pp. 505-510.
Wang, Katherine, Barnard, Alan G., & McCosker, Heather (2004) The experiences of primary caregivers of an in-home ventilator-dependent child: a phenomenographic study. .
Wang, Kai-Wei Katherine & Barnard, Alan G. (2004) Technology-dependent children and their families. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 45(1), pp. 36-46.
Barnard, Alan, Gerber, Rodney, & Mccosker, Heather (2003) A Phenomenographic Study of Women's Experiences of Domestic Violence during the Childbearing Years. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, November, pp. 1-16.
Barnard, Alan, Bongomin, B, Locsin, Rozzano, & Matua, Amandu (2003) Surviving Ebola: Understanding Experience through Artistic Expression. International Council of Nurses, 50, pp. 156-166.
Barnard, Alan (2002) Philosophy of Technology and Nursing. Nursing Philosophy, 3, pp. 15-26.
Barnard, Alan & Ramritu, Prabha (2001) New Nurse Graduates' Understanding of Competence. International Nursing Review, pp. 47-57.
Barnard, Alan & Sandelowski, Margarete (2001) Technology and Humane Nursing Care: (Ir) Reconcilable or Invented Difference? Journal of Advanced Nursing, pp. 367-375.
Barnard, Alan, Gerber, Rodney, & McCosker, Heather (2001) Undertaking Sensitive Research: Issues and Strategies for Meeting the Safety Needs of All Participants. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, pp. 1-13.