Butler,M. (2019) Applying ethical frameworks to mobility: the case of driving. ITP Research Symposium, Whanaungatanga, Eastern Institute of Technology, Napier, 15-16 April
Butler,M., McMullan,K., & Ryan,S. (2019) Lighting Prescriptions for Low Vision. Journal of Housing For the Elderly.
McMullan,K., & Butler,M. (2019) Self-regulation when using a mobility scooter: The experiences of older adults with visual impairments. British Journal of Occupational Therapy,2019.
Baigent,A., Wilson,L., & Butler,M. (2019) Reflective Photography: An intervention to enable occupational therapists to explore spirituality. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, Volume 66, No 3
Helm, J., & Butler, M. (2019) 'Going the extra mile' for clients in a rural community: reflection on an ethical issue faced on fieldwork placement. Scope Contemporary Research Topics (Health and Wellbeing), Issue 4, 39 - 44.
Hale, L., Mayland, E., Jenkins, M., Buttery, Y., Norris, P., Butler, M., Holland, M., Ngocha-Chaderopa, E., Mckenzie-Green, B., Czuba, K., Sezier, A., & Kayes, N. (2019) Constructing normalcy in dementia care: Cares' perceptions of their roles and the supports they need. The Gerontologist, gnz151, 13 November 2019.
Butler, M. (2018) First line interventions for vision rehabilitation: A workshop using simulation. 90 min workshop. Occupational Therapy Clinical Workshops, Napier, 15 - 19 September.
Butler, M. (2018) Visioning an integrity practice for Occupational Therapy Whakaora Ngangahau. 40 min workshop, Occupational Therapy Clinical Workshops, Napier, 15-19 September.
McKechnie,R., Jaye,C., Hale,B., Tordoff,J., Robertson,L., Simpson,J., & Butler, M. (2018) Transition into care: experiences of the elderly as they move into residential aged care Sites: new series · vol 15 no 2 · 2018
Butler, M. (2018) Lighting for low vision. Save Sight Symposium, Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, 8 September 2018.
Butler, M. (2018) Pilot of the Eyes Right Toolkit in secondary school. Otago Polytechnic & SIT 2018 research symposium, 26 November 2018.
SIT seminar centre (Hansen Hall) Invercargill.
Murphy,T., Butler,M., & Kidd,J. (2018) Losing Something of Value: An Exploration of Risk in Discharge Planning With Older People New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy Volume 65 No 2 | 13
Priest,R., & Butler,M. (2018) Occupational Therapy and evidence-based supported employment in mental health addictions: Showing the way, or getting in the way? Scope Contemporary Research Topics (Health & Wellbeing), 3, Occupation.
McMullan, K.S. & Butler, M. (2018) Low vision and mobility scooters: the experiences of individuals with low vision who use mobility
scooters. DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION: ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY, https://doi.org/10.1080/17483107.2018.1470685
Butler, M. (2017) Vision simulation as education. Joint Research Symposium for Otago Polytechnic and Southern Institute of Technology, 30 October.
Butler, M (2017) Share my thesis - publicising postgraduate research projects OT Insight, June, p.15
Butler, M (2017) Integrating Lighting into the everyday practice of home assessments Committing to Social Change/Nga tahitanga o te Tangata, Occupational Therapy Biennial conference, 12-15 September, Nelson
Butler, M (2017) The development of lighting workshops for older adults with low vision: an action research project Committing to Social Change/Nga tahitanga o te Tangata, Occupational Therapy Biennial conference, 12-15 September, Nelson
Butler, M (2017) Screening for vision impairment following acquired brain injury: a feasibility study using the StrokeVision app Committing to Social Change/Nga tahitanga o te Tangata, Occupational Therapy Biennial conference, 12-15 September, Nelson
Butler, M and Robertson, L. (2017) Share my research: A revised format for the research and education column. OT Insight, August, p.22
Butler, M. (2017) Screening older drivers: an ethical dilemma. 8th New Zealand/Aotearoa Mobilities Symposium - Pavements and paradigms: bringing community back into mobilities, University of Otago, 20-21 November.
Butler, M (2017) Learning about the light revolution: adult education for people with low vision Vision 2017 Congress, The Hague, The Netherlands, 25-29 June.
McMullan, K & Butler, M (2017) Vision Simulation and Education Project Report: Exploring methods used in visual impairment awareness Report presented at Retina NZ AGM.
Butler, M., Jones, F., & Ryan, S. (2017) Professional Cultures: New Zealand Occupational Therapists Experience of an International Internship. Scope, Contemporary Research Topics, Health and Wellbeing, 2, Place, 102-111. www.thescopes.org
Butler, M. and Hollestelle, E. (2017) Visual Impairment following Acquired Brain Injury: A survey of Occupational Therapy Practice in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64(2), 32-38.
Butler, M. (2017) Light and the health of Older Adults with Low Vision: A narrative Review. Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Health and Wellbeing, Activity, 1. 45-54. www.thescopes.org.nz
Butler, M. & Derrett, S. (2017) Social Capital and the Political Economy of Recovery from Injury. International Journal of Innovative Research in Medical Science, Volume 02, Issue 10, October, DOI:10.23958/ijirms/vol02-i10/14.
Butler, M (2017) The visual and non-visual effects of light on health of the older adult with low vision Healthy Lighting Symposium:Using light to promote health and wellbeing, Massey University, Friday Sept 2017
Butler, M (2016) The role of occupational therapy in visual impairment in Aotearoa/New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy,63(1).
Butler, M. (2016) Meditation as method: ontological and epistemological approaches to reality. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, January-December 2016: 1–38. DOI: 10.1177/160940691667211
Butler, M (2016) Re-discovering the power of participant observation: Walking the Talk International Journal of Qualitative Methods, January-December: 1-38. DOI: 10.1177/1609406916672113
Barrett,P. Butler,M. & Hale, B.
(2016) Ethical Issues in Family Care Today. Annual Review of Nursing Research, (Ed) Susanne Gibbons, Springer.
Butler, M. & Hoogvliet, H. (2016) The Lighting project. Video https://youtu.be/nVAHUc712N8
Jaye, C., Hale, B., Butler, M., McKechnie, R., Robertson, L., Simpson, J., Tordoff, J., Young, J. (2015) One of us: Stories from two New Zealand rest homes. Journal of Aging Studies, 35, 135-143. doi: 10.1016/j.jaging.2015.08.010
Butler, M and Hollestelle, E. (2015) The role of the occupational therapist in neurological vision impairment Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress, Rotorua, Sept
Butler, M., Snook, B. and Buck, R. (2015) The Transformative Potential of Community Dance for People With Cancer. Qualitative Health Research 1– 11 DOI: 10.1177/1049732315602721.
Butler, M (2014) Consumer Input into ACC OT Insight, March, 2014
Butler, M., Kale, J., Thompson, T. (2014) Building a Model to Enhance International Occupational Therapy Collaboration with WFOT Resources presented at the 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, "Sharing Traditions, Creating Futures", June 18-21, 2014 Yokohama Japan
Butler, M (2014) External Morality:Third party impact on patient care New Zealand Pain Society, 39th Annual Scientific meeting, Pain a Public Health Problem, 20-23rd March, Dunedin Town Hall
Butler, M (2014) The walking interview: An ethnographic approach to understanding disability 5th New Zealand Mobilities Symposium 3-4 July 2014 Otago School of Medicine, Wellington
Butler, M,. Derrett, S. (2014) The Walking interview: an approach to investigating injury and people with pre-existing co-morbidities. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice.College of Health Care Sciences at Nova Southeastern University Dedicated to allied health professional practice and education http://ijahsp.nova.edu Vol. 12 No. 3 ISSN 1540-580X
Barrett, P., Hale, B. & Butler, M. (2014) Family Care and Social Capital: Transitions in informal care. Springer, Dordrecht.
Butler, M. (2013) Ethical Reasoning: Internal and External Morality for Occupational Therapists. L. Robertson (ed.), Clinical reasoning in occupational therapy: Controversies in practice. London : Wiley Blackwell.
Barrett, P, Hale, B, Butler, M. (2013) Informal care in context: an expression of social relationships. Chapter 2 in Barrett, P, Hale, B, Butler, M., Family Care and Social Capital: Transitions in Informal Care, Springer Dordrecht.
Barrett, P, Hale, B, Butler, M (2013) Caring for adults with acquired disabilities. Chapter 6 in Barrett, P, Hale, B, Butler, M., Family Care and Social Capital: Transitions in Informal Care, Springer Dordrecht.