Crawley, J., Ross, J., & Mahoney, L. (2018) Nursing Students: Collaboratively growing healthy communities. 17th National Nurse Education Conference, Changing Worlds: Synergies in Nursing, Midwifery & Health Education, 1-4 May 2018. Melbourne, Australia.
Ditzel, L. & Crawley, J. (2018) Learning to think outside the square. In Matheson, R (Ed) Transition: through and out of higher education, Oxfordshire, UK:Routledge. p 133-135.
Ross, J. & Crawley, J. (2018) Storytelling: revealing rural nurses' practice which has evolved and their contribution to rural health care. National Rural Health Conference, 5-8th April April, Pullman, Auckland.
Collins, E., Ross, J., Crawley, J. & Thompson, R. (2018) An undergraduate model for developing sustainable Nursing Practice: A New Zealand Perspective. Nurse Education Today, Volume 61, February 2018, Pages 264-268 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2017.12.012
Crawley, J. (2017) Narrative Exploration of the Letterbox: A Portal to Learning about Home. Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Health and Wellbeing, 2, Place, November, 60-67.
Crawley, J (2017) Leading my father where I didn"t want him to go. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/88524769/leading-my-father-where-i-didnt-want-him-to-go
The New Zealand Sunday Star Times asked me to produce an adapted version of the article "My daughter is a nurse". This appeared as a full newspaper page entitled "my dad, my patient"; on January 29 2017. and also as an extended digital version on stuff.co. It won Editors Pick.
'Leading my father where I didn't want him to go' | Stuff.co.nz
Crawley,J. & Ross, J. (2017) A place for simulation in primary health care nursing education: What does it look like? Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Health and Wellbeing, 2, Place, November, 121-129.
Mcdiamid, R. & Crawley, J. (2017) Reflective Practice: Students self-assessing experiential learning. Practice presentation at the Assessing Learning conference, Dunedin, Nov 29,30 and Dec 1.
Ross, J., Crawley, J. & Mahoney, L. (2017) Sustainable Community Development: The Difference Student Nurses can Make within the Bachelor of Nursing Programme. Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Learning and Teaching, 4, Sustainablity, advance e-publication available December 2017, www.thescopes.org.
Ross, J. and Crawley, J. M. (2017) Capturing rural nurses" stories: engaging in the past to inform the future. Inaugural Rural Research Day; Thursday 30th March. Royal NZ College of GPs Rural Chapter research day attached to the National Rural Health Conference 2017.
Crawley, J. (2017) Someone is missing. This poem was selected and published in a collection of Nurses' poetry published by the New Zealand Nurses Organisation.
Ditzel, L., & Crawley, J. (2017) What's in the box? A creative learning activity designed to help nurses to develop clinical reasoning skills Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Learning and Teaching, 3, Powerful Assessment, e-pub in advacne of publication, available December 2017 www.thescopes.org.
Collins, E. & Crawley, J. (2016) Introducing ePortfolios into the nursing school. Published in Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand. (June, 2016). 22(5):34-35.
Crawley, J & Hendry C. (2016) Reflection: what, why and how? ETWF Symposium - Educating Tomorrows Workforce: Experiential Learning Seminar Otago Polytechnic 2016 Seminar 29 Sept and 30th September
Crawley, J. (2016) My Daughter is a Nurse. Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand (Dec 2016/Jan 2017), vol. 22(11), 26-28.
Crawley, J.C.; Mahoney, L. & Walton, S. (2016) Simulation: teaching Primary Health through Simulation. The National Rural Health Conference March 31st - 3 April 2016; Dunedin, New Zealand.
Collins, E. & Crawley, J. (2013) ePORTFOLIOS: What’s happening in undergraduate nursing education in NZ? Australasian Nurse Educators Conference. Purposeful partnerships for practice. 9-11 October 2013.
Crawley, J.; Mahoney, L. & Walton, S. (2013) Simulation: Preparing Nursing students for primary care. Presented at the NZ College of Primary Health Nurses NZNO conference. Leading the Winds of Change. 2-4 August 2013. Wellington NZ.
Crawley, J., Ditzel, L. & Walton, S. (2012) Using children’s picture books for reflective learning in nursing education Community and Family Contemporary Nurse, 41(1), pp. 45-52. dx.doi.org/10.5172/conu.2012.42.1.45
Crawley,J., Ditzel, L. and Walton, S. (2012) Using Children's Picture Books for Reflective Learning in Nurse Education. Contemporary Nurse (August, 2012).42(1):45-52. Published on the internet in 2014, http://dx.doi.org/10.5172/conu.2012.42.1.45.
Crawley, J; Ditzel, L. and Walton, S. (2012) Introducing death and loss concepts to nursing students: children's picture books for grown up learning. Death Down Under, 2012 Conference, June 28-29th.,Otago Museum, Dunedin, New Zealand. University of Otago, in association with the Universities of Canterbury and Sydney.
Crawley, J. (2011) Using picture books in tertiary settings Otago Polytechnic Staff Development Conference "Flexible Learning". Invited to run a workshop session (1 1/2 hrs) as part of a flexible learning conference, based on my research. 21-22 April (2009)
Crawley, J. (2011) Student Learning from Literature.
Health Research Forum, Otago Polytechnic, 15 November.
Crawley, J., Ditzel, L. & Walton, S. (2011) How to build reflective learning through children’s picture storybooks Scope: Contemporary Research Topics, (Learning and Teaching), November 2011. p.40-49. Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Crawley, J. (2009) Children’s picture books as a teaching strategy with nursing students.
14th Australasian Nurse Educators Conference ANEC Education and Practice: Working Together 30 September - 2 October 2009 Published proceedings of conference, also presented a 30 min oral presentation. 30 Sept - 2 October. p.43 http://www.nursed.ac.nz/2009/abstract.asp?id=42
Crawley, J. (2009) Once upon a time: a discussion of children’s picture books as a narrative education tool for nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education. January. vol 48 (1) 36-39.
Crawley, J. (2008) Using Children’s picture books as a teaching strategy with nursing students. Otago Polytechnic Health Research Forum. 12 November. 30 minutes.
Crawley, J. (2007) Tales full of treasure; children's picture books as flexible learning tools for tertiary students.
Scope: Flexible Learning, 1, November 2007. 17 - 23.