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Barker, Susan 2018. Embodied recovery environments. In: Norman, Ian and Ryrie, Iain eds. The Art and Science of Mental Health Nursing, Vol. 4. [The Art and SCience of Mental Health Nursing]. London: McGraw Hill Education, pp. 140-155.

Barker, Susan 2018. Wellbeing, creativity and identity: accessing the Collingwood Archive. Presented at: The Collingwood Archive Celebratory Conference, Cardiff University, 30 April to 1 May 2018.
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Barker, Susan and Williams, Sophie 2018. Compassionate communication in mental health care. In: Wright, Karen and McKeown, Mick eds. Essentials of Mental Health Nursing, Vol. 1. London: Sage, pp. 297-314.

Fry, Jane, Scammell, Janet and Barker, Susan 2017. Drowning in muddied waters or swimming downstream?: a critical analysis of literature reviewing in a phenomenological study through an exploration of the lifeworld, reflexivity and role of the researcher. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 17 (1) , pp. 1-12. 10.1080/20797222.2017.1293355
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Barker, Susan, Lynch, Mary and Hopkinson, Jane 2017. Decision making for people living with dementia by their carers at the end of life: a rapid scoping review. International Journal Palliative Nursing 23 (9) , pp. 446-456. 10.12968/ijpn.2017.23.9.446

Barker, Sue 2016. Dementia friends and champions communication media [Workshop]. Presented at: 22nd International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research (NPNR) Conference, Nottingham, UK, 15-16 Sep 2016.

Barker, Susan 2016. Psychology for nursing & healthcare professionals developing compassionate care. [Psychology for Nursing and Healthcare Professionals]. London: Sage.

Barker, Susan and Morgan, Gareth 2016. The care practitioner. In: Barker, Susan ed. Psychology for Nursing and Healthcare Professionals, London: SAGE Publications Inc., pp. 117-141.

Barker, Susan, Al Harthy, Hamida and Stacey-Emile, Gemma 2015. Partnership working between UK and Oman to enhance mental health nursing education and practice. Presented at: NPNR 21st International Conference, Manchester, 17-18 September 2015.
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Barker, Sue, Heaslip, Vanessa and Chelvanayagam, Sonya 2014. Addressing older people's mental health needs in the community setting. British Journal of Community Nursing 19 (5) , pp. 234-238. 10.12968/bjcn.2014.19.5.234

Barker, Sue and Dowson, Emma 2013. Caring for women experiencing mental health problems. Essentially MIDIRS 4 (11) , pp. 17-23.

Hewitt-Taylor, Jackie, Bond, Carol, Barker, Sue and Hearn, Sarah 2013. The experiences of older people who live with a long-term condition. Nursing Older People 25 (6) , pp. 21-25. 10.7748/nop2013.07.25.6.21.e425
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Barker, Sue 2013. Falls and mental health. Presented at: Osteoporosis Society Conference, Bournemouth, UK, 1 May 2013.

Barker, Sue 2013. Caring for older people in nursing. Learning Matters, SAGE Publications.

Barker, Sue and Board, Michele 2012. Dementia care in nursing. Learning Matters, SAGE Publications.

Barker, Sue 2011. Unique normality. Presented at: Engagement in Life: Promoting Wellbeing in Mental Health, Bournemouth, UK, 10 June 2011.

Barker, Sue 2011. The midwife's coracle. Presented at: Postgraduate Research Conference, Bournemouth, UK, 12 January 2011.

Barker, Sue 2011. Midwives' emotional care of women becoming mothers. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Barker, Sue 2010. Emotional care of women on their journey to motherhood. Presented at: International Conference Network Psychiatric Nurse Research, Oxford, UK, 22-23 September 2010.

Barker, Sue 2008. A phenomenological study: How do midwives emotionally support women becoming mothers? Presented at: The Triennial International Midwifery Conference., Glasgow, UK, 1-5 June 2008.

Barker, Sue 2007. Vital notes for nurses: psychology. Wiley-Blackwell.

Barker, Sue 2007. How do midwives emotionally support women becoming mothers? Presented at: Symposium on Transitions in Family Health and Wellbeing: Contribution of education, practice development and partnership, Bournemouth, UK, 4 July 2007.

Barker, Sue 2006. My phenomenological PhD journey. Presented at: International Qualitative Research Conference., Bournemouth, UK, 4-6 September 2006.

Barker, Sue 2004. Out of hours. Presented at: National Mental Health Nursing Conference, Cambridge, UK, 19-20 July 2004.

Barker, Sue 2000. I wished I were the patient. Presented at: Qualitative Research in Health and Social Care, Banff, Alberta, Canada, April 2000.

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