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Rosenberg, John P. & Canning, Debbie F. (2004) Palliative care by nurses in rural and remote practice. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 12(4), pp. 166-171.
Canning, Debbie F., Rosenberg, John P., Burch, Jacqueline, Yates, Patsy, & Harris, Marilyn G. (2004) Benefits to practice:an evaluation of a palliative care course. The Australian Journal of Cancer Nursing, 5(1), pp. 16-24.
Aoun, Samar, Currow, David, Hudson, Peter, Kristjanson, Linda, & Rosenberg, John (2005) The Experience of Supporting a Dying Relative : Reflections of Caregivers. Progress in Palliative Care, 13(6), pp. 319-325.
Rosenberg, John P. & Yates, Patsy (2007) Schematic Representation of Case Study Research Designs. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 60(4), pp. 447-452.
Canning, Debbie F., Rosenberg, John, & Yates, Patsy (2007) Therapeutic relationships in specialist palliative care nursing practice. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 13(5).
Rosenberg, John Patrick (2007) A study of the integration of health promotion principles and practice in palliative care organisations. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Rosenberg, John P. (2009) Circles in the surf : Australian masculinity, mortality and grief. Critical Public Health, 19(3-4), pp. 417-426.
Rosenberg, John P. & Yates, Patsy (2010) Health promotion in palliative care : the case for conceptual congruence. Critical Public Health, 20(2), pp. 201-210.
Rosenberg, John P. & Kralik, Debbie (2010) Making context work in primary health care. In Kent, Bridie & McCormack, Brendan (Eds.) Clinical Context for Evidence-based Nursing Practice. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp. 34-49.
Rosenberg, John P. (2011) Whose business is dying? Death, the home and palliative care. Cultural Studies Review, 17(1), pp. 15-30.
Rosenberg, John & Yates, Patsy (2011) Transition from conventional to health promoting palliative care : an Australian case study. In Conway, S. (Ed.) Governing Death and Loss : Empowerment, Involvement and Participation. Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, pp. 99-107.
Rosenberg, John P. (2012) Constipation in palliative care. In O’Connor, Margaret, Lee, Susan, & Aranda, Sanchia (Eds.) Palliative Care Nursing : a Guide to Practice. [3rd ed.]. Ausmed Publications, North Melbourne, VIC, pp. 151-166.
Rosenberg, John P. (2012) "But we’re already doing it!" Examining conceptual blurring between health promotion and palliative care. In Sallnow, Libby, Kumar, Suresh, & Kellehear, Allan (Eds.) International Perspectives on Public Health and Palliative Care. Routledge, London, pp. 13-29.
Coventry, Alysia , McInnes, Elizabeth, & Rosenberg, John P. (2012) End-of-life care in the intensive care unit : a systematic review of qualitative studies investigating the experiences and perceptions of the patient's family. JBI Library of Systematic Reviews, 10(42), pp. 1-12.
Rosenberg, John P. (2012) Loss, dying, death and grief. In Crisp, Jackie, Taylor, Catherine, Douglas, Clint, & Rebeiro, Geraldine (Eds.) Potter and Perry's Fundamentals of Nursing [4th ed.]. Elsevier, Sydney, NSW, pp. 512-544.
Rosenberg, John P. (2012) 'You can name her' : ritualised grieving by an Australian woman for her stillborn twin. Health Sociology Review, 21(4), pp. 406-412.
Abel, Julian, Walter, Tony, Carey, Lindsay B., Rosenberg, John P., Noonan, Kerrie, Horsfall, Debbie, et al. (2013) Circles of care : should community development redefine the practice of palliative care? BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 3(4), pp. 383-388.
Horsfall, Debbie, Leonard, Rosemary, Noonan, Kerrie, & Rosenberg, John P. (2013) Working together-apart : exploring the relationships between formal and informal care networks for people dying at home. Progress in Palliative Care, 21(6), pp. 331-336.
Bullen, Tracey, Maher, Kate, Rosenberg, John P., & Smith, Bradley (2014) Establishing research in a palliative care clinical setting : perceived barriers and implemented strategies. Applied Nursing Research, 27(1), pp. 78-83.
Mills, Jason, Rosenberg, John P., & McInerney, Fran (2014) Building community capacity for end of life : an investigation of community capacity and its implications for health-promoting palliative care in the Australian Capital Territory. Critical Public Health, 25(2), pp. 218-230.
Rainsford, Suzanne, Rosenberg, John P., & Bullen, Tracey (2014) Delirium in advanced cancer : screening for the incidence on admission to an inpatient hospice unit. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 17(9), pp. 1045-1048.
McLeod, Margaret, Miles, Maureen, Rosenberg, John P., & Gale, Peta Lea (2014) Pregnancy, paternity and parenting in rural communities. In Francis, Karen, Chapman, Ysanne, & Davies, Carmel (Eds.) Rural Nursing : The Australian Context. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, VIC, pp. 65-85.
Bullen, Tracey, Rosenberg, John P., Smith, Bradly, & Maher, Kate (2014) The use of emergency medication kits in community palliative care : an exploratory survey of views of current practice in Australian home-based palliative care services. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. (In Press)
Rainsford, Suzanne, Bullen, Tracey, & Rosenberg, John P. (2015) Challenges of recruiting hospice patients with advanced cancer to research : reflections on a delirium screening study. Progress in Palliative Care, 23(1), pp. 24-28.
Rosenberg, John P. & Hammill, Kathrine (2015) Health promotion and rehabilitation in palliative care. In Matzo, Marianne & Sherman, Deborah Witt (Eds.) Palliative Care Nursing : Quality Care to End of Life [4th ed.]. Springer Publishing Company, New York, pp. 189-204.
Rosenberg, John P., Horsfall, Debbie, Leonard, Rosemary, & Noonan, Kerrie (2015) Informal caring networks for people at end of life: Building social capital in Australian communities. Health Sociology Review, 24(1), pp. 29-37.
Rosenberg, John P., Bullen, Tracey, & Maher, Kate (2015) Supporting family caregivers with palliative symptom management: A qualitative analysis of the provision of an emergency medication kit in the home setting. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 32(5), pp. 484-489.