Barrett, P., Hale, B., Butler, M., (2013) Family care and social capital: Voices of Informal Carers. Springer.
Journal Articles (QA)
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., 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., & Derrett, S. (2017). Social Capital and the Political Economy of Recovery from Injury. International Journal of Innovative Research in Medical Science, 2(10), 1438–1447. http://doi.org/10.23958/ijirms/vol02-i10/14
Butler, M, (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. (2016). The role of occupational therapy in visual impairment in Aotearoa/New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63(1).
Barrett,P. Butler,M. & Hale, B. (2016) Ethical Issues in Family Care Today. Annual Review of Nursing Research, (Ed) Susanne Gibbons, Springer.
Butler, M (2016) Vision impairment: broadening and deepening the vision for occupational therapy OT Insight, February, p.8-9
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., Snook, B., Buck, R., (2015) The Transformative Potential of Community Dance for People With Cancer. Qual Health Res. Sep 17. pii: 1049732315602721. [Epub ahead of print]
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.
Butler, M. (2012). Ethical reasoning: internal and external morality for occupational therapists. Clinical reasoning in occupational therapy: Controversies in practice. L. Robertson. London Wiley Blackwell.
Butler, M. (2011). “Being, doing and belonging after brain injury: an ethnographic exploration of the capabilities approach.” Sites: A Journal of Anthropology and Cultural Studies 8(2): 57-76.
Butler, M., S. Derrett, et al. (2011). “The lived experience of patients with uncertain medical diagnosis following a serious injury: a qualitative study.” Disability & Rehabilitation 33(23-24): 2247-2254.
Publications (non QA)
Butler, M (2014) Consumer Input into ACC OT Insight, March
Butler, M. (2011). ‘In praise of ‘filling the gaps’: the occupational therapy samizdat. Guest editorial New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 58(1), 3-4
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 (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. (2017) Vision simulation as education. Joint Research Symposium for Otago Polytechnic and Southern Institute of Technology, 30 October.
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) Learning about the light revolution: adult education for people with low vision Vision 2017 Congress, The Hague, The Netherlands, 25-29 June
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; Brookland, R; Shope, J (2017) Improving the process of assessing fitness to drive in older drivers Conference for General Practice and Quality Symposium. Dunedin Centre, 27 – 30 July 2017.
Butler, M., 2016 Meditation as method: ontological and epistemological approaches to reality Collaboration considered: complexities and possibilities across communities and cultures. Glasgow. May 3-5
Butler, M., 2016 Re-discovering the power of participant observation: Walking the Talk Qualitative Methods Conference: Collaboration considered: complexities and possibilities across communities and cultures. Glasgow. May 3-5
Butler, M. (2015) Life doesn’t stop after vision loss. Workshop at the Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy congress, 14-17th Sept 2015, Rotorua
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 and Hooker, J (2015) Adapting to vision loss Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress, Rotorua, Sept
Jone, F and Butler, M (2015) Perspectives of Graduates on Their Learning During an International Occupational Therapy Experience. Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress
Butler, M (2015) Occupational Therapy as Culture Educational Symposium at the Asia Pacific Occupational therapy Congress
Butler, M. 2014 “What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger”: the influence of third parties on care ethics. Invited talk at the “Cosmopolitan Anthropologies – Combined ASAANZ/AAS conference” 10-13 November, Millenium and Copthorne Hotels, Queenstown
Butler, M (2014) Vision Rehabilitation as an emerging area of practice in occupational therapy The two-day Continued Occupational Therapy Education (COTE) programme organized by the Department of Occupational Therapy, School of Allied Health Sciences, Manipal University
Butler, M (2014) Social context of care This was presented at the Health and Ageing Symposium, School of Physiotherapy, Otago University, 27/11/14
Butler, M. (2014) Invited panel: The Anthropology of Care: “What does not kill us makes us stronger: internal and external morality” Combined ASAANZ/AAS Conference, Cosmopolitan Anthropologies, 10-13 November, 2014
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., Kale, J., Thompson, T. (2014) Building a Model to EnhanceInternational OccupationalTherapy 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 Crossing borders: mobilities in rehabilitation practice at Un-thinking Asian Migrations: Spaces of flows and intersections, 25-26 August, University of Otago, Dunedin.
Butler, M. 2014, Ethical Reasoning and Third Party Influences on Practice in Pain: A Public Health Problem. The 39th Annual Scientific Meeting. Combined Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy Meeting. 20 – 23 March 2014, The Town Hall, Dunedin, New Zealand