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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.
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.
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.
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 & 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. & 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.
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. (In Press)
Rainsford, Suzanne, Bullen, Tracey, & Rosenberg, John P. (2014) Challenges of recruiting hospice patients with advanced cancer to research : reflections on a delirium screening study. Progress in Palliative Care. (In Press)
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.
Rosenberg, John P., Horsfall, Debbie, Leonard, Rosemary, & Noonan, Kerrie (2014) Informal caring networks for people at end of life : building social capital in Australian communities. Health Sociology Review, pp. 4226-4246. (In Press)
Rosenberg, John P., Bullen, Tracey, & Maher, Kate (2014) 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. (In Press)
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)
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.
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) 'You can name her' : ritualised grieving by an Australian woman for her stillborn twin. Health Sociology Review, 21(4), pp. 406-412.
Rosenberg, John P. (2011) Whose business is dying? Death, the home and palliative care. Cultural Studies Review, 17(1), pp. 15-30.
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. (2009) Circles in the surf : Australian masculinity, mortality and grief. Critical Public Health, 19(3-4), pp. 417-426.
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).
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. & 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.
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.