Publications

Lightning Strike Publications

  1. Boyce, R.A., Nancarrow, S., King, O. & Jackway, P.T. (2019), Retrospective analysis and future trends in allied health leadership and workforce: from therapy divisions to gig-economy aggregators, National Allied Health Conference, 5-8 August 2019, Brisbane  http://www.nahc.com.au/2726
  2. King, O., Meade, D., Brown, K. & Boyce, R.A. (2019), Start-up strategies for accelerating growth in allied health research culture, capacity and translation, National Allied Health Conference, 5-8 August 2019, Brisbane. http://www.nahc.com.au/3037
  3. King, O. & Boyce, R.A. (2019), ‘A rapid review strategy to identify allied health research assets in a start-up context’, Victorian Allied Health Research Conference, 22nd March 2019, Melbourne.

Infographics

Journal Articles, Book Chapters, and Research Reports

  1. Haslam, S. A., Steffens, N. K., Peters, P., Boyce, R. A., Mallett, C. J., & Fransen, K. (2017), A social identity perspective on leadership development: The 5R Program. Journal of Personnel Psychology. Published online March 10. doi:10.1027/1866-5888/a000176.
  2. Boyce, R.A., & Jackway, P.T. (2016). Allied Health Leaders: Australian Public Sector Health Boards and Top Management Teams. (Melbourne, Australia: Department of Health & Human Services, Office of the Chief Allied Health Advisor), pp. 58. Link.
  3. Joubert, L., Boyce, R., McKinnon, F., Posenelli, S., & McKeever, M.J. (2016). Strategies for allied health leadership development: enhancing quality, safety and productivity, (Report to the Department of Health & Human Services, Victoria). (Melbourne). (available on the Victorian Department of Health & Human Services allied-health-workforce website)
  4. Borthwick, A.M., Boyce, RA. & Nancarrow, S.A. (2015), ‘Symbolic power and professional titles: the case of “podiatric surgeon”‘, Health Sociology Review, vol. 24(3): 310-322. doi:10.1080/14461242.2015.1051081.
  5. Newton, C.A., Bainbridge, L., Ball, V., Baum, K.D., Bontje, P., Boyce, R.A., Moran, M., Richardson, B., Tamura, Y., Uden, D., Wagner, S. & Wood, V., (2015), ‘The Health Care Team Challenge:  developing an international interprofessional education research collaboration’, Nurse Education Today vol 35(1): 4-8. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2014.07.010.
  6. Borthwick A.M., Boyce R.A. & Nancarrow S.A. (2013), ‘Health Care Organisations and Podiatry’ in Hayes, C (Ed), Clinical Professional Practice for Podiatric Medicine, Cumbria: M&K Publishing.
  7. Nancarrow, S.A, Moran, A.M. & Boyce, R.A. (2013), “Evaluation of a system of monitoring allied health service provision, quality and outcomes”, GSTF Journal of BioSciences (JBio), vol 2(1), doi:10.5176/2251-3140_2.1.21.
  8. Braithwaite, J., Westbrook, M., Nugus, P., Greenfield, D., Travaglia, J., Stone, J., Murphy, K., Runciman, W., Foxwell, A.R., Boyce, R.A., Devinney, T., Budge, M. & Westbrook, J. (2012), ‘Continuing differences between health professions’ attitudes: the saga of accomplishing systems-wide interprofessionalism’, International Journal for Quality in Health Care, vol 25(1), doi: 10.1093/intqhc/mzs071.
  9. Moran, A.M., Nancarrow, S.A., Wiseman, L., Maher K., Boyce, R.A., Borthwick, A.M. & Murphy, K. (2012), ‘Assisting role redesign: a qualitative evaluation of the implementation of a podiatry assistant role to a community health setting utilising a traineeship approach’, Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, vol. 5: 30. doi:10.1186/1757-1146-5-30
  10. Braithwaite, J., Westbrook, M., Nugus, P., Greenfield, D., Travaglia, J., Runciman, W., Foxwell, A.R., Boyce, R.A., Devinney, T. & Westbrook, J.I. (2012), ‘A Four-year Systems-wide Intervention Promoting Interprofessional Collaboration’, BMC Health Services Research, vol. 12: 99. doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-99
  11. Boyce, R.A., Borthwick, A., Moran, M. & Nancarrow, S. (2011), ‘Health workforce reform: dynamic shifts in the division of labour and the implications for interprofessional education and practice’, In: A Sociology of Interprofessional Health Care Practice: Critical Reflections and Concrete Solutions, J. Chesters, S. Kitto, J. Thistlewaite and S. Reeves (eds.), pp. 185-206, Nova Science Publishers, New York.
  12. Moran, M., Boyce, R.A. & Nissen, L. (2011), ‘Competition the new collaboration? Employing inter-team competitiveness to motivate health students to learn together’, In: A Sociology of Interprofessional Health Care Practice: Critical Reflections and Concrete Solutions, J. Chesters, S. Kitto, J. Thistlewaite and S. Reeves (eds.), pp. 155-168, Nova Science Publishers, New York.
  13. Boyce, R.A. (2010), ‘Focus on finance: managing in the cash starved organisation’, In: R. Jones & F. Jenkins (eds), Managing Money, Measurement and Marketing, pp. 52-62, Radcliffe Publishing, Oxford, UK.
  14. Rowe, P.A. & Boyce, R.A. (2009), ‘Deutero-learning: Implications for managing public health change’, The Learning Organization, vol. 16(4): 298-310. doi: 10.1108/09696470910960392
  15. Borthwick, A.M., Short, A.J., Nancarrow, S.A. and Boyce, R.A. (2010), ‘Non-medical prescribing in Australasia and the UK: the case of podiatry’, Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, vol. 3: 1. doi:10.1186/1757-1146-3-1
  16. Boyce, R.A., Moran, M., Nissen, L., Chenery, H. & Brooks, P. (2009), ‘Interprofessional education in health sciences: the University of Queensland health care team challenge.’, Medical Journal of Australia, vol. 190(8): 433-436.
  17. Boyce, R.A. (2008) ‘A sociology of allied health professions: New theories for new times’. (A commentary on: Adams, C. The assistant practitioner: A professional project), International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, vol. 15(11): 517.
  18. Schoo, A.M., Boyce, R.A., Ridoutt, L. & Santos, T. (2008) ‘Workload capacity measures for estimating allied health staffing requirements’, Australian Health Review, vol. 32(3): 548-558. doi:10.1071/AH080548
  19. Pickstone, C., Nancarrow, S., Cooke, J., Vernon, W., Mountain, G., Boyce, R.A. & Campbell, J. (2008) ‘Building research capacity in the allied health professions’, Evidence & Policy, vol. 4(1): 53-68. doi:10.1332/174426408783477864
  20. Boyce, R.A. (2008), ‘Professionalism meets entrepreneurialism and managerialism’, In: E. Kuhlmann and M. Saks (eds), Rethinking Professional Governance: International Directions in Health Care, Policy Press, Bristol, UK, pp. 77-92.
  21. Boyce, R.A. (2008) ‘Health workforce: innovation, substitution and reform’, In: S. Barraclough, H. Gardner (eds), Analysing Health Policy: A Problem-Oriented Approach, Elsevier Australia, Marrickville, pp. 105-118.
  22. Moran, M., Boyce, R.A., O’Neill, K., Bainbridge, L. & Newton, C. (2007). The Health Care Team Challenge: Extra-curricula Engagement in Inter-Professional Education (IPE). Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multi-disciplinary Journal, vol. 8(3): 47-53.
  23. Braithwaite, J., Westbrook, J.I., Foxwell, A.R., Boyce, R.A., Devinney, T., Budge, M., Murphy, K., Ryall, M.A., Beutel, J., Vanderheide, R., Renton, E., Travaglia, J., Stone, J., Barnard, A., Greenfield, D., Corbett, A., Nugus, P. & Clay-Williams, R. (2007), ‘An action research protocol to strengthen system-wide inter-professional learning and practice [LP0775514]’, BMC health services Research, vol. 7: 144-153. doi:10.1186/1472-6963-7-144
  24. Mickan, S. & Boyce, R.A. (2007), ‘Organisational behaviour: understanding people in healthcare organisations’, In: R. Jones & F. Jenkins (eds), Key Topics in Healthcare Management – Understanding the Big Picture, Radcliffe Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 164-179.
  25. Callan, V.J., Gallois, C., Mayhew, M., Grice, T.A., Tluchowska, M. & Boyce R.A. (2007), ‘Restructuring the multi-professional organization: Professional identity and adjustment to change in a public hospital’, Journal of Health & Human Services Administration, vol. 29(4): 448-77.
  26. Boyce, R.A. (2006), ‘Using organisation as a strategic resource to build identity and influence’, In: R. Jones & F. Jenkins (eds), Managing and Leading in the Allied Health Professions, Radcliffe Publishing, Oxford, UK. pp. 85-99.
  27. Boyce, R.A. (2006), ‘Emerging from the shadow of medicine: allied health as a “profession community” subculture’, Health Sociology Review, vol. 15(5): 520-534. doi:10.5172/hesr.2006.15.5.520
  28. Mickan, S.M & Boyce R.A. (2005), ‘Organisational change and adaptation in health care’, In: M.G. Harris (ed), Managing Health Services: Concepts and Practice 2nd Edition, Elsevier Australia, pp. 59-83.
  29. Boyce, R.A. (2004), ‘The allied health professions in transition’. In: M. Clinton (ed), Management In The Australian Health Care Industry 3rd Edition, Pearson Education Australia (Prentice Hall), Frenchs Forest NSW: 164-187.
  30. Rowe, P.A., Boyce, R.A. & Boyle M.V. (2004) ‘A comparative analysis of entrepreneurial approaches within public health care organisations’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, vol. 63(2): 16-30. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8500.2004.00375.x
  31. Dwan, K. & Boyce, R.A. (2003), ‘Competition policy and intra-professional conflict: re-regulating General Practice’, International Journal of Public Sector Management, vol. 16(2): 141-152.
  32. Law, D. & Boyce, R.A. (2003), ‘Beyond organisational design: Moving from structure to service enhancement’, Australian Health Review, vol. 26 (1): 175-185. doi:10.1071/AH030175
  33. Mickan, S. & Boyce, R.A. (2002), ‘Organisational adaption and change in health care’, In: M. Harris et al. (eds), Managing Health Services: Concepts and Practice, MacLennan & Petty, Eastgardens, NSW: 49-74.
  34. Rowe, P.A., Boyce, R.A. & Boyle M.V. (2002), ‘Case study methodology: Modes of organising at two health services organizations’ Contemporary Nurse, vol. 13(1): 83-93.
  35. Boyce, R.A. (2001), ‘Organisational governance structures in allied health services: A decade of change’, Australian Health Review, vol. 24(1): 22-36. doi:10.1071/AH010022
  36. Boyce, R.A. (1998), ‘Management & The Allied Health Professions’. In, Management In The Australian Health Care Industry 2nd Edition, M. Clinton & D. Scheiwe (eds), Longman Australia, Melbourne 381-408.
  37. Lloyd, P. & Boyce, R.A. (1998), ‘Management Theory & Practice’. In, Management In The Australian Health Care Industry 2nd Edition, M. Clinton & D. Scheiwe (eds), Longman Australia, Melbourne 140-171.
  38. Hatswell, N. A. & Boyce, R.A. (1998), ‘The Export Potential Of Australian Health Service Administration Expertise: An Analysis Of Market Opportunity In Selected South East Asian Countries’, Monograph Series No 5, Australian College of Health Service Executives, Sydney. (39pp.).
  39. 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, K. Soothhill, (editors), Concepts of Care. Developments in Health & Social Welfare. London: Edward Arnold (pp. 74-98).
  40. Boyce, R.A. (1996), ‘The organisation of allied health professions in Australian general hospitals’, Unpublished PhD Thesis, Queensland University of Technology [821 pp. 2 Vols].
  41. Boyce, R.A. (1996), The Management & Organisation of Rural Allied Health Services, Graduate School Of Management, University Of Queensland, Brisbane. (194pp.) (Report arising from research grant award).
  42. Reid, J.C. & Boyce, R.A. (1995), ‘Reconciling policy and practice: Australian multicultural health policy in perspective’, Policy and Politics, vol. 23(1): 3-16. doi:10.1332/030557395782227375
  43. Boyce, R.A. (1993), Organisational Design of Hospitals: A Critical Review, Monograph Series No 1, Australian College of Health Service Executives, Sydney, (71 pp.).
  44. 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, vol. 8: 201-217. doi:10.1002/hpm.4740080305
  45. Boyce, R.A. (1992), ‘Enteral nutrition in hyperemesis gravidarum: a new development’, Journal of American Dietetic Association, vol. 92: 733-736.
  46. Boyce, R.A. & O’Donnell, S.Z. (1992), ‘Dietetic implications of pregnancy following gastric partitioning surgery’, Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, vol. 5: 107-112. doi:10.1111/j.1365-277X.1992.tb00141.x
  47. Boyce, R.A. (1991), ‘Hospital restructuring: the implications for allied health professions’, Australian Health Review, vol. 14: 147-154.
  48. Boyce, R.A. (1991), ‘The dietetic implications of maternal phenylketonuria’, Australian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics, vol. 48: 82-89.
  49. Boyce, R.A. (1990), `The referral process as an integrated information system and quality assurance tool’, Australian Clinical Review, vol. 1: 22 – 26.
  50. Jackway, P.T. & Boyce, R.A. (1990), ‘Gift co-authorships: a tangled web’, Australian Clinical Review, vol. 10: 72 – 75.
  51. Boyce, R.A. (1988), ‘Ethics and the managerial response to dietetic staffing’, Journal of Food & Nutrition, vol. 45: 13 – 14.
  52. Boyce, R.A. & Jackway, P.T. (1988), ‘The dietetic work matrix – the key to a staffing strategy’, Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, vol. 1: 71 – 76. doi:10.1111/j.1365-277X.1988.tb00265.x
  53. Jackway, P.T. & Boyce, R.A. (1987), ‘Response inducing techniques for mail surveys’, Australian Journal of Statistics, vol. 29: 255-263. doi:10.1111/j.1467-842X.1987.tb00743.x
  54. Boyce, R.A. & Jackway, P.T. (1985), ‘Dietetic staffing in Australian general hospitals’, Australian Health Review, vol. 8: 177 – 188.
  55. Boyce, R. & Taylor, L. (1980), ‘Post-polygastrectomy dumping syndrome and low magnesium’, Journal of the Dietetic Association (Victoria), vol. 31 (4): 18 – 24.

Keynote & Invited Papers

  1. Boyce, R.A. (2017) “Enhancing Allied Health Influence in Health System Reform and Health Outcomes”, Keynote Address, Townsville Health Research Showcase, Townsville, 6 September.
  2. Boyce, R.A (2016). “Leaders and Organisations in Transition: Leaders and Leadership in Times of Organisational Reform”, Invited presentation to Department of Human Services, Assessment Services Branch, Brisbane: 7 April.
  3. Boyce, R.A. (2014), “Allied Health Identity, Governance & Leadership: The What and the Why”, Allied Health Leadership Workshop, Melbourne Health , Melbourne, 29 May. (Convenor: Genevieve Jus) [and Western Health (Melbourne: 2 June: Convenor: Natasha Toohey]
  4. Boyce, R.A. (2013), “Organising for Strategic Influence – the Challenge for Smaller Professions”, Keynote Address at Dietitians New Zealand Conference: Increasing the Voice, Impacting the Future, Sky City, Auckland, NZ, 1-4 September. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1747-0080.12066/full
  5. Boyce, R.A. (2013) “Organisational Models for Sustainable Futures”, Allied Health: Governance and Leadership Workshop, Health Department Victoria, 1 November. (Convenor: Kathleen Philip)
  6. Boyce, R.A. (2013) “Risk-Proofing Allied Health: Evaluating and Comparing Organisational Designs”, Allied Health: Governance and Leadership Workshop, Health Department Victoria, 1 November. (Convenor: Kathleen Philip)
  7. Boyce, R.A. (2013) “Allied Health Leadership & Management Development”, Allied Health: Governance and Leadership Workshop, Health Department Victoria, 1 November. (Convenor: Kathleen Philip)
  8. Boyce, R.A (2013), “Allied Health: Celebrating Achievement – Positioning for Contribution”, Keynote Presentation to Counties Manukau District Health Board Allied Health Celebration Day, Auckland,11 October. (Convenor: Martin Chadwick)
  9. Boyce, R.A. (2013) “What Should We Do With Allied Health? Organisation and Identity in Complex Health Service Settings”, Health Practitioners Lecture Series, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Brisbane, 18 February. (Convenor: Judith Catherwood)
  10. Boyce, R.A. (2012) “Allied Health Research and Governance”, Allied Health Futures Workshop; Sunshine Coast Hospital & Health Service, Mooloolaba, 9 November (Convenor: Karen Hayes).
  11. Boyce, R.A., (2012) “Organising for Strategic Influence in Complex Settings: Shaping the Agenda”, Annual Conference of the Irish Nutrition & Dietetics Institute, Dublin, October 12-13, (Convenor: Richelle Flanagan).
  12. Boyce, R.A. (2011) “Looking Back: Looking Forward – Acting Now”, 3rd National Allied health managers Conference of Australia’, Launceston, July 14-16, (Convenor: M. Bishop).
  13. Boyce, R.A. (2011) “Organising for Strategic Influence in Complex Settings: Options for Allied Health Professions”, From Strategy to Action: Challenges Facing the Healthcare Professional Manager, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Northwood, Dublin, 23 September, (Convenor: Lara Bourton Cassidy).
  14. Boyce, R.A. (2011) “Allied Health” Management & Governance: Building Sustainable Futures”, From Strategy to Action: Challenges Facing the Healthcare Professional Manager, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Northwood, Dublin, 23 September, (Convenor: Lara Bourton Cassidy).
  15. Boyce, R.A. (2011) ‘Positioning for Organisational Change and Strategic Influence in Complex Settings: The Allied Health Story’, 8th Annual Scientific Meeting of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapists, Adelaide Convention Centre, 14th – 17th April.
  16. Boyce, RA. (2011) ‘Allied Health” Management & Governance: Building Sustainable Futures’, North Wales Allied Health Conference, Glyndwr University, St. Asaph, Denbighshire, September 27 (Convenor: Dr Keith Griffiths).
  17. Boyce, R.A. (2011) ‘Allied Health Leadership Strategies: Local and International Developments’, Scotland Allied Health & Health Scientist Conferences, Edinburgh, October 4, (Convenor: Ms Jacqui Lunday).
  18. Boyce, R.A. (2011) ‘Allied Health Leadership Strategies: Local and International Developments’, Scotland Allied Health & Health Scientist Conferences, Dunfermlines, October 4, (Convenor: Ms Jacqui Lunday).
  19. Boyce, R.A. (2011) ‘Inside the Black Box of Allied Health: History, Evolutionary Identity, Artefacts & Infrastructure’, Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust, London, June 17, (Convenor: Ms Laura Leadsford).
  20. Boyce, R.A. (2010) ‘Maximizing the contribution of allied health workforces: structures, systems and the development of allied health as a construct – an international overview (program session title)’ 2nd International Chief Health Professions Officers Conference, The Tower Hotel, Tower Bridge, London, 15 October, 2010 (Convenor: Ms Jacqui Lunday).
  21. Boyce R.A. (2010) ‘Allied Health: Evolutionary Identity, Artefacts and Infrastructure’, University of Sydney Faculty of Health Sciences, November, (Convener: Professor Stephanie Short).
  22. Boyce R.A. (2010) ‘Allied Health: Evolutionary Identity, Artefacts and Infrastructure’, ACT Allied Health Symposium, Canberra, 9 November, (Convenor: Ms Karen Murphy).
  23. Boyce, R,A. (2010) ‘Allied Health” Management & Governance: Building Sustainable Futures’, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Wrexham, Wales, 4 October. (Convener: Dr Keith Griffiths)
  24. Boyce, R.A (2010) ‘Organizing for Strategic Influence in Complex Settings: The “Allied Health” Journey’, 2nd Leadership and Practice Development in Health Conference, Hobart Tasmania, 18-19 March.
  25. Boyce, R.A., (2010) ‘Pathways to Sustainable “Allied Health” Services: What Works with Allied Health?’, Waikato District Health Board Allied Health Forum, Hamilton, New Zealand, 26 January. (Convener: Martin Chadwick)
  26. Boyce, R.A. (2009) ‘Organising for strategic influence in complex settings: options for allied health professions’, keynote address to the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Congress, October 16-17, BT Convention Centre, Liverpool (Convenor: Liz Cavan, Chair, CSP).
  27. Boyce, R.A. (2009) ‘Pathways to power for allied health professions: embedding allied health influence’, Closing plenary address to the Chief Health Professions Officer’s Annual Conference, October 6-7, London. (Convenor: Karen Middleton).
  28. Boyce, R.A. (2009) ‘Leading the “Non”-organisation’, Leadership Fellows Award Scheme, The Health Foundation, October 5-6, London. (Convenor: Sir Alan Langlands, Chair of Health Foundation and CEO, Higher Education Funding Council for England).
  29. Boyce, R.A. (2009) ‘Allied health leadership and infrastructure: building sustainable futures ‘, keynote paper, Allied Health Conference, NHS Ayrshire & Arran, Ayr, October 2, Ayr, Scotland. (Convenor: Morven Gemmill).
  30. Boyce, R.A. (2009) ‘Organisational Governance for Service Delivery & Development: A Sustainable Future for Therapy Services’, Welsh Therapy Management & Leadership Structures, Welsh Assembly Government, Cardiff, 14 May (Convenor: Jan Smith, Therapy Advisor for Wales).
  31. Boyce, R.A. (2009) ‘Building a collaborative and sustainable future for allied health’, 2nd Allied Health Forum, March 25-26, Christchurch, (Convenor: Margaret Krauss).
  32. Boyce, R.A., (2009) ‘“Allied health” structures to support service delivery and development’, 2nd Allied Health Forum, March 25-26, Christchurch, (Convenor: Margaret Krauss).
  33. Boyce, R.A. (2008) ‘Why “allied health” works: building sustainable futures’, Keynote Plenary, 1st National New Zealand Allied Health Conference, Auckland, November 11-13, (Convenor, Ms. Janice. Mueller).
  34. Boyce, R.A. (2008), ‘Strategic Influence in Complex Organisations: Why “Allied Health” Works’, Meeting of the Strategic Health Authority, Allied Health Leads, Department of Health, England, Skipton House, London, 28 April (Convenor: Ms Shelagh Morris DOH).
  35. Boyce, R.A. (2008) ‘Strategic Influence in Complex Organisations: Why “Allied Health” Works’, Allied Health Managers, NHS Scotland (Office of the Chief Health Professions Officer), 21 April (Convenor Ms Jacqui Lunday).
  36. Boyce, R.A. (2008) ‘Strategic Influence in Complex Organisations: Why “Allied Health” Works’, Allied Health Managers, Welsh Therapy Leadership Forum, Welsh Assembly Government, Cardiff, 18 April (Convenor: Jan Smith, Therapy Advisor for Wales).
  37. Boyce, R.A. (2008) ‘Strategic influence in complex organisations: why “Allied Health” works’, Keynote speaker, Inaugural UK Allied Health Summit, Avonmouth House, London, 17 April, (Convenor, Jacqui Lunday / Abby Masterton (Kings Fund).
  38. Boyce, R.A. (2008) “‘New’ professionalism down under: from stakeholders to shareholders”, Keynote Plenary, World Congress of Health Professions, March 27-29, Perth, Australia. (Convenor: Sue Lee).
  39. Boyce, R.A. (2008) “‘Allied Health’: What’s in a Name?”, Allied Health Planning Forum, Gold Coast Health District, Queensland Health, 12 October (Convenor: Ms M. Beylacq).
  40. Boyce, R.A. (2008) Strength in numbers: collaborations & coalitions: how they work & how they can work for us (Symposium Address), World Congress of Health Professions, Perth, Australia, 27-29 March. (Convenor: Sue Lee)
  41. Boyce, R.A. (2007) “’Allied Health” Governance & Models of Care: Fit for Business?’, Allied Health Planning Forum, Gold Coast Health District, Queensland Health, 12 October (Convenor: Ms M. Beylacq).
  42. Boyce, R.A. (2007) “Governance structures for allied health professions”, Michael Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin, Ireland, 10 September (Convenor: Ms Grace Cooke).
  43. Boyce, R.A. (2007) “Partnership between Hospitals and Universities: Finding a model to actively manage allied health education, training and research”, Michael Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin, Ireland, 10 September (Convenor: Dr G Boyle).
  44. Boyce, R.A. (2007) “AHP structures and leadership: An international perspective”, NHS Scotland (Office of the Chief Health Professions Officer), Glasgow, Scotland. 5th September (Convenor: June Wylie for Jacqui Lunday).
  45. Boyce, R.A. (2007) “Better Health Through Allied Health: Critical Questions for Critical Outcomes for the Professions and Allied Health’, Keynote Speaker, 7th National Allied Health Services Conference, Hobart, July 18-20th.
  46. Boyce, R.A. (2006) ‘The Future is Now: Early Intervention Strategies and the Changing Health Workforce’, Keynote Plenary, ACT Health Conference, October 26 (Convenor: Ms Karen Murphy).
  47. Boyce R.A. (2006) ‘Occupational Change and the Australian Health Workforce: Future Scenarios for Allied Health and the Rural and Remote Sector’, SARRAH Annual National Conference for Rural and Remote Allied Health, September 13-15.
  48. Boyce, R.A. (2006) ’Developing Workforce Strategies for the Allied Health & Health Science Professions’, Allied Health & Health Science Professions Workforce Consultation Forum, 12 June, Perth (Convenor: Ms D. Wilmoth, CHPO).
  49. Boyce, R.A. (2006) ‘Allied Health at the Crossroads: Working with Uncertain Futures’, Health Services Union of Australia, 3rd Annual Health Professions Forum, Melbourne, 10 May (Convener: K. Jackson).
  50. Boyce, R.A. (2006) ’Allied Health & Health Science Professions Workforce: Education for the Future’, Allied Health & Health Science Professions Workforce Consultation Forum, Perth, 1 March (Convenor: Ms D. Wilmoth, CHPO).
  51. Boyce, R.A. (2005) ‘Allied Health Working Together, NSW Rural & Remote Allied Health Conference, NSW Department of Health, Sydney, October 28-30 (Convenor: Ms Brenda McLoud).
  52. Boyce, R.A. (2005) ‘Strategic Development of Allied Health in Australia: Forming a National Peak Body’, Department of Health (Health Professions Branch), London Southbank University, London, 20th September 2005. (Sponsors: Ms Kay East, DoH; Professor Mary Lovegrove, LSBU).
  53. Boyce, R.A. (2005) Allied Health at the Crossroads: New Futures, New Roles, Health Services Union of Australia, 3rd Annual Health Professions Forum, Sydney, 6 September.
  54. Boyce, R.A. (2005) ‘Reconfiguring the Allied Health Workforce: Issues, Trends, Tensions and Possibilities, Australian College of Health Service Executives, NSW State Conference One System – Three Sectors, Sydney, 7-8 August.
  55. Boyce, R. A. (2004) ‘The allied health workforce: the shifting nature of professional work and the reconfiguring of professional identities, practices and organisation’ Women’s Hospitals Australasia and Children’s Hospitals Australasia Conference, Gold Coast, 29 March – 2 April.
  56. Boyce, R.A. (2001) International Rural and Remote Allied Health Professionals Conference, Cairns, Aug 29-Sept 1 [invitation declined].
  57. Boyce, R. A. (1999), ‘Using organisational strategy and structures to actively manage allied health education, training and research’, Keynote Address, Inaugural Postgraduate Research Conference, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland, 14 December.
  58. Boyce, R. A. (1999), ‘Models of health care delivery’, National Paediatric Physiotherapy Conf., 7-9 September, Sydney.
  59. Boyce, R.A. (1997),’Managing allied health in Australia’, Keynote Address, 2nd National Allied Health Managers Conference, Toowoomba, March 21-22.
  60. Boyce, R.A., (1996), ‘R esearching the organisation of allied health professions: sorting fact from fantasy’, Proceedings of the 2nd National Allied Health Services Conference, Central Sydney Area Health Service, Sydney, November 14-15 (21pp).
  61. Boyce, R.A., (1996), ‘Expanding allied health’s research horizons’, Proceedings of the 2nd National Allied Health Services Conference, Central Sydney Area Health Service, Sydney, November 14-15 (10pp.).
  62. Boyce, R.A., (1994), `Organisation design: patterns, policy and promises in hospital restructuring’, National Clinical Budgeting Conference, Casemix Development Branch, Commonwealth Department of Human Services & Health, Sydney, February.
  63. Boyce, R.A., 1994, `The deregulation of Down Under: the changing face of health care organisation in Australia’, International Health Services Management Symposium, Toronto [declined].
  64. Boyce, R.A., (1992), `Human resource management and restructuring: the effect on allied health management’, Paper presented to the National Conference on Human Resource Management in Health Care – Managing Health Matters, 2-3 October, Melbourne..
  65. Boyce, R.A., (1992), `Allied health organisation: an international perspective’, Paper presented to the 1st National Conference on Allied Health Services, 23-34 April, Austin Hospital Melbourne.
  66. Boyce, R.A., (1992), `Organisational restructuring in the health sector: the implications for speech pathologists’ Proceedings of the National Conference of the Australian Association of Speech and Hearing, February 9-14, Melbourne.
  67. Boyce, R.A., (1992), `Strategies for dealing with health sector organisational change’, Proceedings of the National Conference of the Australian Association of Speech and Hearing, February 9-14, Melbourne.

International Conference Papers

  1. Moran, M., Boyce, RA., Nissen. L & J. Furnas (2014), Seven Years of HealthFusion: A Longitudinal Action Research Study, 7th International Conference on Interprofessional Practice and Education, University of Pittsburgh and The National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, Pittsburgh, USA, 6-8 June.
  2. Borthwick A.M, Short A.J, Nancarrow S.A & Boyce R.A, (2013), Podiatrists as non-medical prescribers: An international comparison, International Federation of Podiatrists World Congress of Podiatry, Rome, 17-19th October.
  3. Boyce, RA. & L. Van Der Laan, (2013), The Professor–Director of Allied Health: the last frontier of allied health leadership development? Delivering Solutions and Demonstrating Impact for Global Health & Wellbeing, 2nd International Allied Health Conference, 3 October, Edinburgh, Scotland. (Abstract) (link)
  4. Boyce, R., Moran, M., & Nissen, L. (2009), Enhancing teaching, learning and collaborative practice in the health sciences: The Health Care Team Challenge as a leadership strategy for interprofessional education. Collaborating Across Boarders II, Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 20-22May.
  5. Newton, C., Bainbridge, L., Moran, M., & Boyce. R, (2008), The Health Care Team Challenge: the key to implementing interprofessional education in an inter-organizational, international setting. A podium presentation at All Together Better Health IV Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 1-5 June.
  6. Moran, M., Boyce, R., & Nissen, L. (2008), Competition, the new collaboration? Engaging inter-team competitiveness to engage health students to work together. A podium presentation at All Together Better Health IV Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 1-5 June.
  7. Boyce, R., Moran, M., & Nissen, L. (2008), Enhancing teaching, learning and collaborative practice in the health sciences: The Health Care Team Challenge as a leadership strategy for interprofessional education. The British Association for International and Comparative Education, Annual Conference. Glasgow, Scotland 4-6th September.
  8. Borthwick, A. & Boyce, R.A. (2007), ‘Allied health professionalism in a changing world: non-medical prescribing in Australia and the UK, 8th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Glasgow, September 3-5. Slides available here.
  9. Joubert, L., Boyce, R.A., & Bourne, R. (2007), ‘Acutalising resesarch: an evidence driven model for allied health’, 7th National Allied Health Conference, Hobart, Australia July 20-22nd.
  10. Jones, R., Jenkins, F., Boyce, R.A. & Mueller, J (2007) Physiotherapy management and organisational arrangements, is there a ‘best’ model?, World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress, June, Vancouver.
  11. Moran, M.M. & Boyce R.A. Doing interprofessional work in a hospital setting: The patient experience, All Together Better Health III, International Interprofessional Education Conference, London, April 10-12 AND POSTER: Boyce, R.A., Moran, M.M., Bainbridge, L., Shah, R. & Newton, C., ‘Interprofessional education in an inter-organisational international setting: A bridge to innovation and international collaboration.
  12. Boyce, R.A. & Nancarrow, S.A. (2006) ‘”Crisis” in the Health Workforce: Opportunities for System, Regulatory and Occupational Change’, European Sociological Association, Research Network Conference, Sociology of Professions, University of Bremen, Germany.
  13. Boyce, R.A & Coman, M. ‘Occupational therapy and the allied health movement in Australia and internationally: the changing socio-political landscape of professional practice and influence’, World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Sydney, July 2006. [Accepted, withdrawn]
  14. Boyce, R.A. & Nancarrow, S.A. (2005) Using Organisation as a Strategic Resource – The Allied Health Professions: From Allied To Medicine To Allied To Each Other? European Sociological Association, Torun, Poland, September 9-12.
  15. Dwan, K. & Boyce, R.A. (2002), ‘The unintended consequences of action: A castrated medical profession?’, International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane, July 7-13.
  16. Dwan, K. & Boyce, R.A. (2001), ‘Deregulation, competition policy and intra-professional contests in medical education’, 33rd Annual Conference of the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group, 21-23rd September.
  17. Dwan, K. & Boyce, R.A. (2001), ‘Competition Policy and Intra-Professional Rivalry’, 5th International Dilemmas for Human Services Research Conference: Dilemmas for Human Service Organisations and Professionals – Crossing Boundaries, Staffordshire University, United Kingdom, 5-7 September.
  18. Boyle, M.V., Rowe, P.A & Boyce, R.A. (2001) ‘Managing professional boundaries and multiple identities during transformational change’, Annual Conference of the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management. 5-9 December, Auckland, New Zealand.
  19. Tluchowska, M., Callan, V.J. & Boyce, R.A. (2001), ‘Managing health professions in transition: New organizational forms and identities’, Annual Academy of Management Conference, Washington DC, August 3-8.
  20. Boyce, R. A., Shepherd, N. & S. Mickan (2000), ‘Restructuring Professional Culture: the Impact of “Enterprising” Management Ideologies and Entrepreneurship on Public Sector Professionals’, Paper presented at the International Sociology Association Conference: State, Political Power and Professional Structures: New Patterns and New Challenges. Lisbon, Portugal, September 13-15.
  21. Boyce, R.A. (1998), ‘Managerialism and the Politics of the Market: Allied Health Professionals and the Nature of Expertise and Autonomy in a Market Environment’, International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology, Montreal July 26-August 1 1998 [withdrawn].
  22. Boyce, R.A. (1998), ‘Using Profession as a Strategic Resource – The Allied Health Professions: From Allied To Medicine To Allied To Each Other?’ International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology, Montreal July 26-August 1 1998 [withdrawn].
  23. Boyce, R.A. (1997), ‘Confronting the market – Strategic positioning by health professionals in the context of a contracting environment: Perspectives from the Australian experience’, Contracting In Health Care Conference, Centre for Health Economics & Policy Analysis, McMaster University May 20-23.
  24. Boyce, R.A., (1995), `The business of economic reform of health care: What’s allied health got to do with it?’ in Proceedings of the South West Pacific Region Dietitians Conference (Including the 14th National Conference of the Dietitians’ Association of Australia), Brisbane, May 10-13, pp. 18-23.

Other Conference Presentations

  1. Boyce, R.A., Jackway, P.T. & Philip, K. (2017). ‘At the Top and at the Table: Allied Health Executive and Board Level Leadership in Australia’. Poster presentation at the 12th National Allied Health Conference, 26-29th August, International Convention Centre, Sydney.
  2. Boyce, R.A., Jackway, P.T. & Phillip, K. (2016), ‘Organisational Leadership: Health Professionals on Boards and Top-Management Teams (TMTs)’, Joint ACHSM & ACHS Conference: The Health Leadership Challenge: Making Things Happen, Brisbane, 26-28 October.
  3. Boyce, RA. & Jackway, P.T. (2015) ‘From Bedside to Boards: Allied Health Leadership’, Allied Health Leadership Workshop, Victorian Department of Health & Human Services, Melbourne, 8 December.
  4. Boyce, R.A. & Wiseman, L. (2014), Organisational Models for Allied Health: A Replication Study (1999 & 2014), Victorian Allied Health Research Conference, Melbourne, March 28: (Convenor: K Philip).
  5. Wiseman, L. & Boyce, R.A. (2014), Allied Heath Structure and Governance – 13 Years On: A Rural and Regional Focus, Annual SARRAH Conference, Kingscliff (NSW), 17-19 September. (abstract pdf)
  6. Jones, R., Jenkins, F., Mueller, J. & Boyce, R.A. (2013), “The Added Value of Allied Health Management and Leadership in Challenging Times – Enter the Dragon’s Den”, Workshop at the 10th National Allied Health Conference, Brisbane Conference & Exhibition Centre, October 16-18. Program entry at http://nahc.com.au/program.html
  7. Nancarrow, S., Enderby, P. & Boyce, R.A. (2011) ‘Enhancing the effectiveness of interprofessional team working: a knowledge translation approach’, Inviting Innovation Forum (Queensland Health), Brisbane, September 1-2.
  8. Moran, M., Baum, K., Newton, C., Uden, D., Boyce, R., Bainbridge, L., Nissen, L., Dr Loreto, L., Poulsen, E., & Burke, L., (2010), Taking the Challenge to your Students and Peers: A Roundtable Discussion and Planning Meeting. A Round Table Forum at All Together Better Health V Conference, Sydney, Australia, 6-9 April.
  9. Moran, M., Newton, C., Baum, K., Boyce, R., Nissen, L., Uden, D., Bainbridge, L., Di Loreto, L., Burke, L., & Poulsen, E. (2010), An International Interprofessional Student Team Challenge: Global Opportunities for International Learning. A Round Table Forum at All Together Better Health V Conference, Sydney, Australia, 6-9 April.
  10. Boyce, R.A, Moran, M., Nissen, L. & Poulsen, E. (2010) “The Practice of Interprofessional Learning: Workplace Impact Following an Interprofessional Learning Activity at University”, 2nd Leadership and Practice Development in Health Conference, Hobart Tasmania, 18-19 March.
  11. Gordon, G., Pager, S. & Boyce, R.A. (2009) “It’s a P Party! Managing Strategically in Complex Settings”, 8th National Allied Health Services Conference, Canberra
  12. Moran, M., Boyce, R., & Nissen, L. (2008). Building interprofessional teams for assessing authentic interprofessional learning activities. A podium presentation at 13th Ottawa International Conference on Clinical Competence (Ottawa), Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, 5-8 March.
  13. Moran, M, Boyce, R.A. & O’Neill, K. (2006), ‘The Health Care Team Challenge: extra-curricula engagement in Inter-professional Education (IPE)’, Interprofessional Learning Conference: Adelaide, November 8th & 9th, University of South Australia.
  14. Braithwaite, J., Travaglia, J., Iedema, R., Westbrook, J., Foxwell, R., Boyce, R., Devinney, T., Budge, M., Murphy, K., Ryall, M-A., Beutel, J. & Stone, J. (2006), ‘The ACT Health inter-professional learning project – key outcomes, learnings and themes’. Keynote address to the think tank on inter-professional learning, Canberra, November 3.
  15. Boyce, R.A. & Nancarrow, S.A. (2005), ‘A comparative study of allied health workforce issues in Australia and the UK’, Annual Conference of Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand, Canberra, Nov 13-16.
  16. Nancarrow, S.A. & Boyce, R.A et al. (2005), ‘A comparison of the approaches to building research capacity in primary care in Australia and the UK’, Annual Conference of Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand, November 13-16, Canberra.
  17. Boyce, R.A. (2005) ‘Fifty years of Allied Health in Australia: From ancillaries to modern alliances’, 6th National Allied Health Conference, February 23-26, Melbourne.
  18. Boyce, R.A. (2003), ‘The market-sensitive service seller: A national study of contracting and service agreements for clinical services’ Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand, Melbourne, Nov 16-19.
  19. Boyce, R.A. (2003), ‘Exploring “Allied Health”: Tribes, nations, identity and strategy’, 5th National Allied Health Services Conference, February 19-21, Adelaide.
  20. Rowe, P.A., Boyce, R.A. & Boyle, M.V. (2001), ‘Individual stakeholders or quasi-shareholders?: Alternative methods of organizing at two health services organizations’, Proceedings of the National Conference of the Australian Sociological Association, Sydney, December. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/43461851
  21. Law, D. & Boyce, R.A. (2001), ‘Revealing the evidence of experiences in allied health organisational governance’, Workplace Reform Conference, LaTrobe University, December, Melbourne.
  22. Boyce, R.A. & Mickan, SM. (2001), ‘Entrepreneurship and business autonomy: The future for allied health professionals?’ 27th National Congress of the Australian College of Health Service Executives, July 16-20.
  23. Boyce, R.A. & Mickan, S.M. (2001), ‘Managing in the market: emerging entrepreneurship in the health professions – what implications for professionalism?’, 4th National Allied Health Services Conference, March 14-16, Perth.
  24. Boyce, R.A. & Mickan, S.M. (2001) ‘Partnerships between hospitals and universities: finding a model to actively manage allied health education, training and research’, 4th National Allied Health Services Conference, March 14-16, Perth.
  25. Rowe, P. & Boyce, R.A. (2000) ‘Macro structures and micro mechanisms: Modelling uncertainty’, National Conference of the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management, December 3-6.
  26. Boyce, R. A. & Shepherd, N. (2000) ‘Entrepreneurship as a dimension of professional culture’ Proceedings of the National Conference of the Australian Sociological Association, Adelaide, December 6-8.https://www.researchgate.net/publication/43483397
  27. Boyce, R. A. (1999), ‘Managing allied health education, training and research in organisational restructuring’, Managing Education for Healthcare Providers in the New Millennium, July 29-30, Brisbane.
  28. Boyce, R. A. (1998), ‘A decade of restructuring Allied Health: Old tales and new frontiers’, 3rd National Allied Health Conference, 4-6 November, Brisbane.
  29. Boyce, R.A. (1996), ‘Harnessing co-operation and organisational capabilities in the new healthcare environment’, Central Sydney Area Health Service, February, Sydney.
  30. Boyce, R.A. (1993), ‘The organisational design of hospitals: a critical review’, Paper presented to the Australian College of Health Service Executives (Vic) 39th Residential School, 1-3 April, Melbourne.
  31. Boyce R.A. (1993), ‘Facing the future – policy trends in Australian health care’, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (Qld), March 27-28, pp. 13-1.

International University Seminars

  1. Sheffield University. “Crisis” and “Reform” in the Australian Health Workforce: Opportunities for System, Regulatory and Occupational Change, April 5 2006. (Convener: Dr. Susan Nancarrow, Sheffield University).
  2. Southampton University. ‘Using Organisation as a Strategic Resource – The Allied Health Professions: From Allied to Medicine to Allied to Each Other?’ April 7 2006. (Convener: Dr. Alan Borthwick, Southampton University).
  3. Sheffield University. ‘Fifty Years of Allied Health in Australia: From Ancillaries to Modern Alliances’, September 16 2005. (Convener: Dr. Susan Nancarrow, Sheffield University).
  4. London Southbank University. ‘Strategic Development of Allied Health in Australia’, September 20, 2005. (Convener: Professor Mary Lovegrove).
  5. I delivered three invited seminars in Canada and the UK in 1997. The seminar was titled ‘Taking Charge of Change: The Australian Allied Health Professions Experience of Restructuring, Contracting and Service Agreements’ and the audiences consisted of health service management academics and a diverse mix of academics and practitioners from the health sciences.
  6. The University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada. This seminar was a specially convened and jointly hosted by the Vancouver Hospital & Health Sciences Centre and 5 UBC Schools (School of Audiology & Speech Sciences, School of Rehabilitation Sciences, Department of Health Care and Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine & Institute of Health Promotion Research). 15 May 1997.
  7. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. This Faculty level seminar was specially convened under the auspices of Professor Lyn McIntyre, Dean, Faculty of Health Professions. The faculty comprised 8 schools (School of Health Service Administration, Maritime School of Social Work, School of Physiotherapy, College of Pharmacy, School of Occupational Therapy, School of Nursing, School of Human Communication Disorders, Health School of & Human Performance. 5 June 1997.
  8. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), London UK. This seminar was hosted by Dr S Cotter from the Health Services Management Unit and attracted participants from a number of health profession service units. 19 June 1997.
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