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Rowe, Patricia A., Boyce, Rosalie A, Boyle, Maree V. and O'Reilly, Kathleen (2004) A comparative analysis of entrepreneurial approaches within public healthcare organisations. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 63 2: 16-30. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8500.2004.00375.x 164   3 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Boyce, Rosalie and Borthwick, Alan (2007). Allied health professionalism in a changing world : Non-medical prescribing in Australia and the UK. In: Abstract Booklet: Conflict, Citizenship and Civil Society. The 8th European Sociological Association Conference: Conflict, Citizenship and Civil Society. ESA 2007, Glasgow, Scotland, U.K., (234-235). 3-6 September 2007. 118  
Braithwaite, Jeffrey, Westbrook, Johanna I., Foxwell, A. Ruth, Boyce, Rosalie, Devinney, Timothy, Budge, Marc, Murphy, Karen, Ryall, Mary-Ann, Beutel, Jenny, Vanderheide, Rebecca, Renton, Elizabeth, Travaglia, Joanne, Stone, Judy, Barnard, Amanda, Greenfield, David, Corbett, Angus, Nugus, Peter and Clay-Williams, Robyn (2007) An action research protocol to strengthen system-wide inter-professional learning and practice [LP0775514]. BMC health services research [electronic resource], 7 144-153. doi:10.1186/1472-6963-7-144 200   12 Cited 17 times in Scopus17 0
Boyce, R. A. (2008) A sociology of allied health professions: New theories for new times. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 15 11: 517-517. 148   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Boyce, R. A. (2007). Better health through Allied Health: - critical questions for critical outcomes in the future of the professions and Allied Health. In: NAHC Conference Proceedings 2007. 7th National Allied Health Conference 2007, Hobart, (). 18 – 20 July 2007. 38  
Law, D. and Boyce, R. A. (2003) Beyond organisational design: Moving from structure to service enhancement. Australian Health Review, 26 1: 161-171. 132   Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Boyce, R., Moran, M. and Nissen, L. (2008). Building interprofessional teams for assessing authentic interprofessional learning activities. In: 13th Ottawa International Conference on Clinical Competence, Melbourne, Australia, (). 5-8 March, 2008. 86  
Pickstone, Caroline, Nancarrow, Susan, Cooke, Jo, Vernon, Wesley, Mountain, Gail, Boyce, Rosalie A. and Campbell, Jackie (2008) Building research capacity in the allied health professions. Evidence and Policy, 4 1: 53-68. doi:10.1332/174426408783477864 82   Cited 17 times in Scopus17 0
Rowe, P. A., Boyce, R. A. and Boyle, M. V. (2002) Case study methodology: Modes of organising at two health services organizations. Contemporary Nurse, 13 1: 83-93. 63  
Dwan, K. and Boyce, R. A. (2001). Competition policy and intra-professional rivalry. In: M.Dent, 5th International Dilemmas for Human Service Organisations and Professions Conference. Crossing Boundaries, Stafford, UK, (). 5-7 September 2001. 49  
Moran, Monica, Boyce, Rosalie A and Nissen, Lisa (2011). Competition the new Collaboration? Employing inter-team competitiveness to motivate health students to learn together. In Simon Kitto, Janice Chesters, Jill Thistlethwaite and Scott Reeves (Ed.), Sociology of interprofessional health care practice: Critical reflections and concrete solutions (pp. 155-168) New York, United States: Nova Science Publishers. 92 13
Boyce, R. A. and Nancarrow, S. (2006). "Crisis" in the Health Workforce: Opportunities for System, Regulatory and Occupational Change. In: European Sociological Association, Research Network Conference Sociology of Professions, University of Bremen, (). 2006. 39  
Dwan, K. and Boyce, R. A. (2001). Deregulation, competition policy and intra-professional contests in medical education. In: N.Gibson, BSA Medical Sociology Group 33rd Annual Conference. , York, UK, (). 21-23 September 2001. 74  
Rowe, P. A. and Boyce, R. A. (2009) Deutero-learning: Implications for managing public health change. The Learning Organization, 16 4: 298-310. doi:10.1108/09696470910960392 61   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Boyce, RA and Odonnell, SZ (1992) Dietetic Implications of Pregnancy Following Gastric Partitioning Surgery. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 5 2: 107-112. doi:10.1111/j.1365-277X.1992.tb00141.x 19   0 0
Boyce, Rosalie A. (2005) Direct access physiotherapy in Australia. Physiotherapy, 91 1: 61-62. doi:10.1016/j.physio.2004.09.003 63   4 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Boyce, R. A., Moran, M. and Turpin, M. (2006). Doing interprofessional work in a hospital setting : the patient experience. In: All Together Better Health III: Challenges in Interprofessional Education and Practice, Imperial College, London, (). 10-12 April 2006. 99  
Boyce, Rosalie (2006) Emerging from the shadow of medicine: allied health as a 'professional community' subculture. Health Sociology Review, 15 5: 520-534. doi:10.5172/hesr.2006.15.5.520 67   0
Boyce, R. A. and Mickan, S. (2001). Entrepreneurship and business autonomy: The future for allied health professionals. In: G. Taylor, 27th ACHSE National Congress. 2001 A Health Odyssey, Gold Coast, Qld, Australia, (). 17-20 July, 2001. 77  
Boyce, R. A. and Shepherd, N. (2000). Entrepreneurship as a dimension of professional culture. In: Sociologocal Sites/Sights, TASA 2000 Conference. The Sociological Association of Australia 2000 Conference, Flinders University, (1-9). 06-08 Dec 2000. 75  
Boyce, R. A. (2007). Governance structures for allied health professions. In: Michael Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin, Ireland, (). 10 September 2007. 50  
Boyce, R.A. (1997). Health sector reform and professional power, autonomy and culture: The case of Australian allied health professions. In R. Hugman, M. Peelo and K. Soothhill (Ed.), Concepts of Care. Developments in Health & Social Welfare (pp. 74-88) London, England: Edward Arnold. 99  
Boyce, Rosalie A. (2008). Health workforce: Innovation, substitution and reform. In Simon Barraclough and Heather Gardner (Ed.), Analysing health policy: A problem-oriented approach (pp. 105-118) Marrickville, Australia: Elsevier Australia. 82  
Boyce, Rosalie A., Borthwick, Alan, Moran, Monica and Nancarrow, Susan (2011). Health workforce reform: Dynamic shifts in the division of labour and the implications for interprofessional education and practice. In Simon Kitto, Janice Chesters, Jill Thistlewaite and Scott Reeves (Ed.), Sociology of interprofessional health care practice: Critical reflections and concrete solutions (pp. 185-205) New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers. 109 8
Rowe, P. A., Boyle, M. V. and Boyce, R. A. (2001). Individual stakeholders or quasi shareholders: Alternate methods of organizing at two health service organizations. In: V.Watson and K.Edwards et al, The Australian Sociological Association 2001 Conference. , Sydney, (). 13-15-December 2001. 84  
Boyce, R. A. (1993) Internal market reforms of health care systems and the allied health professions: An international perspective. International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 8 201-217. doi:10.1002/hpm.4740080305 33   0
Boyce, RA (1992) Internal Nutrition in Hyperemesis Gravidarum - a New Development. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 92 6: 733-736. 11   19
Boyce, R., Moran, M., Bainbridge, L. and Newton, C. (2006). Interprofessional education in an inter-organisational international setting: A bridge to innovation and international collaboration. In: All Together Better Health III: Challenges in Interprofessional Education and Practice, Imperial College, London, (). 10-12 April 2006. 36  
Boyce, RA, Moran, MC, Nissen, LM, Chenery, HJ and Brooks, PM (2009) Interprofessional education in health sciences: The University of Queensland Health Care Team Challenge. Medical Journal of Australia, 190 8: 433-436. 91   5 Cited 10 times in Scopus10
Rowe, P. A. and Boyce, R. A. (2000). Macro structures and micro mechanisms: Modelling uncertainty. In: R. Dunford, The Leap Ahead: Managing for the New Millennium. ANZAM 2000, Sydney, Australia, (). 03-06 December, 2000. 40  
Boyce, R.A. (1998). Management & The Allied Health Professions. In Michael Clinton and Dan Scheiwe (Ed.), Management In The Australian Health Care Industry 2nd ed. (pp. 381-408) South Melbourne, Vic, Australia: Addison Wesley Longman Australia. 30  
oyd, P. and Boyce, R.A. (1998). Management Theory & Practice. In Michael Clinton and Dan Scheiwe (Ed.), Management In The Australian Health Care Industry 2nd ed. (pp. 140-171) South Melbourne, Vic, Australia: Addison Wesley Longman Australia. 41  
Boyce, R. A. (1999). Managing allied health education, training and research in organisational restructuring. In: Book of Abstracts: Managing Education for Healthcare Providers in the New Millennium. Managing Education for Healthcare Providers in the New Millennium, Hilton Hotel, Brisbane, (-2). 29-30 July 1999. 43  
Tluchowska, M., Callan, V. J. and Boyce, R. A. (2001). Managing health professions in transition: New organizational forms and identities. In: D.H. Nagao, Proceedings of the 61st Annual meeting of the Academy of Management. , Washington,DC, USA, (). August 3-8,2001. 61  
Mickan, S. and Boyce, R. A. (2001). Managing in the market: Emerging entrepreneurship in the health professions - What implications for professionalism?. In: S. Rowell, 4th National Allied Health Conference. Global Health - The Long View: Forging Links to the Future, Fremantle, Australia, (101-101). 14-16 march,2001. 33  
Boyle, M. V., Rowe, P. A. and Boyce, R. A. (2001). Managing professional boundaries and multiple identies during transformational change. In: J. Monin and K. Inkson, International Conference ANZAM2001: Closing the divide: Abstracts and papers. Closing the Divide, Auckland, NZ, (). 5-8 December 2001. 99  
Boyce, R. A. (1999). Models of health care delivery: New organisational approaches for allied health professions. In: National Paediatric Physiotherapy Conference Today's Children: Tomorrow's Adults. National Paediatric Physiotherapy Conference: Today's Children: Tomorrow's Adults, Sydney, Australia, (28). 7-9 September 1999. 56  
Boyce, Rosalie A. (2008). "New" professionalism down under: From stakeholders to shareholders. In: World Congress of Health Professions, Perth, Australia, (). 26 - 29 March, 2008. 47  
Borthwick, Alan M., Short, Anthony J., Nancarrow, Susan A. and Boyce, Rosalie A. (2010) Non-medical prescribing in Australasia and the UK: The case of podiatry. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research., 3 1: 1.1-1.10. doi:10.1186/1757-1146-3-1 57   3 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Boyce, Rosalie Anne (2006). Occupational change and the Australian health workforce: Future scenarios for allied health and the rural and remote sector. In: SARRAH Annual National Conference for Rural and Remote Allied Health, Albury, New South Wales, Australia, (). 13-15 September 2006. 43  
Moran, Monica, Boyce, Lisa and Nissen, Lisa (2007). Online Learning Modules to Promote Inter-Professional Learning about the Quality Use of Medicines (QUM). In: Proceedings of the Second International Clinical Skills Conference. Second International Clinical Skills Conference, Prato Monash Centre, Tuscany Italy, (). 1 - 4 July, 2007. 132  
Mickan, S. M. and Boyce, R. A. (2002). Organisational adaption and change in health care. In M. Harris and Associates (Ed.), Managing Health Services: Concepts and Practice 1st ed. (pp. 49-74) Eastgardens, NSW: Maclennan & Petty. 93  
Mickan, S. and Boyce, R. (2007). Organisational behaviour : understanding people in healthcare organisations. In Stephen Wonderlich, James Mitchell, Martina De Zwann and Howard Steiger (Ed.), Key topics in healthcare management : understanding the big picture (pp. 164-179) Oxford ; New York: Radcliffe. 145  
Mickan, S. and Boyce, R. A. (2006). Organisational change and adaption in health care. In Mary G. Harris (Ed.), Managing Health Services: Concepts and Practice 2 ed. (pp. 59-81) Sydney: Churchill Livingstone. 58  
Mickan, Sharon M. and Boyce, Rosalie A. (2002). Organisational environments - Impact on health service managers and organisations. In Mary G. Harris (Ed.), Managing health services: concepts and practice (pp. 49-74) Sydney, Australia: Maclennan & Petty. 53  
Boyce, R. A. (2001) Organisational governance structures in allied health services: A decade of change. Australian Health Review, 24 1: 22-37. 73  
Mickan, S. and Boyce, R. A. (2001). Partnerships between hospitals and universities: Finding a model to actively manage allied health education, training and research. In: S. Rowell, 4th National Allied Health Conference. Global Health - The Long View: Forging Links to the Future, Fremantle, Australia, (62-62). 14-16 march,2001. 96  
Boyce, Rosalie A. (2008). Professionalism meets entrepreneurialism and managerialism. In E. Kuhlmann and M. Saks (Ed.), Rethinking professional governance: International directions in health care (pp. 77-92) Bristol, U.K.: Policy Press. 164  
Reid, J.C. and Boyce, R.A. (1996) Reconciling policy and practice: Australian multicultural health policy in perspective. Policy and Politics, 23 1: 3-16. doi:10.1332/030557395782227375 55   4 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Boyce, R. A. (2005). Reconfiguring the Allied Health Workforce: Issues, Trends, Tensions and Possibilities. In: Australian College of Health Service Executives, NSW State Conference: One System - Three Sectors, Sydney, (). 7-8 August 2005. 48  

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