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Postal Address

City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Rosamund has a background in health visiting and primary health care development. She joined City University London in 2000 and is Professor of Community and Primary Care Nursing. Prior to coming to City she held the Chair in Community Healthcare Nursing Practice at the University of Hull and was professional lead for health visiting in Hull and Holderness Community Health NHS Trust.

Rosamund undertook her first degree at the University of Manchester graduating with a BNurs degree and professional qualifications in nursing, health visiting and district nursing. Having gained professional experience she then developed her research skills in a research post at Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital undertaking a study aimed at individualising care. This work led to her MPhil and the publication of “Theory for Midwifery Practice”; in 1995, the second edition of which was published in 2011.

Following a return to the University of Manchester she spent 10 years in Wales at the University of Swansea and then at the University of Wales College of Medicine. In Swansea she held a joint appointment in health visiting and led CPD provision for community nurses/health visitors. She then moved to Cardiff to the Welsh Office funded development project Teamcare Valleys which worked with the 156 practices in the South Wales Valleys to improve primary care provision. At the end of this project she returned to Swansea and then moved to the University of Hull. In Hull she held her second joint appointment, established the Centre for Community Nursing, was professional lead for health visiting and practised as a health visitor.

Since 1995 she has been the Co-Chair of International Collaboration for Community Health Nursing Research, a charity promoting research dissemination of research relevant to community nursing. In 1997 she was one of two founding editors of Primary Health Care Research and Development. In 2012 she became a founding Director and Trustee of the Institute of Health Visiting. She was appointed as a Trustee of THE Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships in 2012.

Her main areas of interest are health visiting, public health, service and organisational development and she has a continuing interest in the development and application of theory to midwifery and public health nursing practice.

Qualifications

PhD, MPhil, BNurs, RN, SCPHN (HV), NDNCert, SCM, CertEd(FE)

Professional Bodies

- Nursing and Midwifery Council
- Community Practitioner and Health Visitors Association
- Institute of Health Visiting

Administrative Roles

- Member of City University London Senate
- Senate member of City University London Validation and External Partnerships Committee
- Reviewer for various journals and grant awarding bodies

Awards

- Bursary award by the Edwina Mountbatten Trust 1984. To complete data analysis for MPhil: A Study of the Introduction of Nursing Process in a Maternity Unit. £4,000
- Florence Nightingale/Smith Nephew Scholarship 1989 for study of 'Primary Health Care in East and Central Africa'. £4,000
- WHO Fellowship 1991 to study Community Participation in the Netherlands. £2,000
- Elected as a Fellow of the Queen's Nursing Institute in recognition of my service development activities 2005
- Professorial Fellow, Royal Society of Public Health for my contribution to development of the Institute of Health Visiting 2012

Research

Research Overview

Research interests include development of and access to primary health care; public health; the evidence base for health visiting; aspects of community nursing; midwifery theory development; horticulture and health.

Research Areas and Research Centre

- Health Visiting
- Aspects of care in the community
- Service development
- Midwifery theory
- Action research and appreciative inquiry

Research Centre:
Centre for Maternal and Child Health (leads Prof S Ayers and Prof C McCourt)

Current and Recently Completed Grants / Activities

The EARLY Toolkit Project: funded by The Burdett Trust for Nursing. Bart's Health NHS Trust 2012 - 2014

- The Health Visiting Community of Practice: funded by The Burdett Trust for Nursing. University of Hertfordshire/The Institute of Health Visiting 2012 - 2014

Completed Research:

Partnership in Infection Control: funded by NHS London. City University London 2009 - 2010

Collaborators

- Professor Sally Kendall, University of Hertfordshire
- Professor Katarina Hjelm, University of Linkoping
- Professor Dinah Gould, Cardiff University

Grants

- The EARLY Toolkit Project: funded by The Burdett Trust for Nursing.  Bart's Health NHS Trust 2012 - 2014

- The Health Visiting Community of Practice: funded by The Burdett Trust for Nursing. University of Hertfordshire/The Institute of Health Visiting 2012 - 2014

- Partnership in Infection Control: funded by NHS London. City University London 2009 - 2010

Research assistants

Sandra Anto-Awuakye

Research Students

Name
Desirée Campbell-Richards
Attendance
Jun 2017, part-time
Thesis Title
Exploration of diabetes health inequalities in an Inner London Borough: access and utilisation of services
Role
1st Supervisor
Further Information
This research aims to firstly retrospectively examine the use of diabetes outpatient services and secondly to explore factors which may influence engagement with diabetes outpatient services.
Name
Jane Bickerton
Attendance
Dec 2015, part-time
Thesis Title
Primary care consultations between nurse practitioners and patients in a Walk in Centre: The use of video as an interpretative tool.
Role
1st Supervisor
Further Information
The study interpreted 20 videos of primary care WiC consultations between nurse practitioners and patients aged 18-65 years. It used a novel qualitative method of social action to interpret the videos. The empirical outcomes identified that the majority of videos shared verbal and non-verbal conversations about information rather than emotion or action and the harmonious nature of the interaction included facilitative nurses and actively involved patients.
Name
Ryc Aquino
Attendance
Oct 2014 – Sep 2017, full-time
Thesis Title
Studies of midwives' and health visitors' interprofessional relationships
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Ricado Khine
Attendance
Jan 2011 – Jan 2018, part-time
Thesis Title
Interprofessional perspectives and perceptions of the consultant therapy radiographer
Role
1st Supervisor
Further Information
The purpose of the research is to explore the consultant therapy radiographer role using a case study approach, from the views, opinions and perspectives of the consultant therapy radiographers themselves and in addition the medical practitioners (consultant clinical oncologists and specialist oncology registrars) and RT nurses. The research should acknowledge whether the medical and healthcare practitioners, who work closely with the consultants, deem that such a role is pivotal, beneficial to radiotherapy patients and be of value for radiotherapy service providers who are considering developing & implementing such a role.

Publications

Books (6)

  1. Luker, K.A., McHugh, G.A. and Bryar, R.M. (2016). Health Visiting Preparation for Practice. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 978-1-119-07859-3.
  2. Bryar, R. and Sinclair, M. (Eds.), (2011). Theory for Midwifery Practice. Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 978-0-230-21192-6.
  3. Bryar, R. (2011). Theory for Midwifery Practice. Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 978-0-230-21192-6.
  4. Bryar, R. and Griffiths, J.M. (2003). Practice development in community nursing. A Hodder Arnold Publication. ISBN 978-0-340-75913-4.
  5. Bryar, R. and Bytheway, B. (1996). Changing primary health care. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-0-632-03938-8.
  6. Bryar, R. (1995). Theory for Midwifery Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrsve Macmillan. ISBN 0-333-58867-3.

Chapters (5)

  1. Bryar, R. and Orr, J. (2012). The Community Dimension. In Luker, K., Orr, J. and McHugh, G.A. (Eds.), Health Visiting Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-4443-3581-1.
  2. Bryar, R. (1999). Using Research in Community Nursing. In McIntosh, J.B. (Ed.), Research issues in community nursing ISBN 978-0-333-73504-6.
  3. Bryar, R. (1997). Teamcare Valleys - A multifaceted approach to
    teambuilding in primary care.
    In Pearson, P. and Spencer, J.A. (Eds.), Promoting teamwork in primary care Hodder Arnold. ISBN 978-0-340-65244-2.
  4. Bryar, R. (1991). The Midwifery Process: the introduction of change. In Robinson, S. and Thomson, A. (Eds.), Research in Midwifery and Childbirth London, UK: Chapman & Hall.
  5. Bryar, R. (1990). The Midwifery Process. In Faulkner, A. and Murphy-Black, T. (Eds.), Midwifery ISBN 978-1-871364-31-6.

Conference Paper/Proceedings

  1. Taylor, S.J.C., Candy, B., Griffiths, C.J., Wedzicha, J.W., Shirn, B., Bryar, R., Ramsay, J. and Grp, C.O.P.D.N.I.R. (2003). Respiratory nurse specialist interventions for patients with COPD in the community: Extended systematic review and extent of provision. .

Journal Articles (81)

  1. Bryar, R. (2017). Primary care and the public's health: Evidence from service development initiatives. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 18(2), pp. 105–108. doi:10.1017/S1463423617000020.
  2. Bryar, R.M., Cowley, D.S.A., Adams, C.M., Kendall, S. and Mathers, N. (2017). Editorials Health visiting in primary care in England: A crisis waiting to happen? British Journal of General Practice, 67(656), pp. 102–103. doi:10.3399/bjgp17X689449.
  3. Aquino, M.R.J.V., Olander, E.K., Needle, J.J. and Bryar, R.M. (2016). Midwives’ and health visitors’ collaborative relationships: A systematic review of qualitative and quantitative studies. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 62, pp. 193–206. doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2016.08.002.
  4. Kendall, S. and Bryar, R. (2016). Bringing Europe together through primary care. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 17(1), pp. 1–2. doi:10.1017/S1463423615000468.
  5. Abbott, S. and Bryar, R. (2015). Empowering health visitors: a multi-faceted approach. Community practitioner : the journal of the Community Practitioners' & Health Visitors' Association, 88(10), pp. 37–40.
  6. Bryar, R. and Kendall, S. (2015). Increase in frequency of publication: a new era for PHCR&D. Primary health care research & development, 16(1), pp. 1–2. doi:10.1017/S1463423614000474.
  7. Kendall, S. and Bryar, R. (2014). Primary Health Care Research and Development: time to review and reflect. Prim Health Care Res Dev, 15(1), pp. 1–2. doi:10.1017/S1463423613000571.
  8. Thomas, N. and Bryar, R. (2013). An evaluation of a self-management package for people with diabetes at risk of chronic kidney disease. Prim Health Care Res Dev, 14(3), pp. 270–280. doi:10.1017/S1463423612000588.
  9. Bryar, R., Closs, S.J., Kendall, S. and Griffiths, J. (2013). Comment on: Thompson D.R. & Darbyshire P. (2013) Is academic nursing being sabotaged by its own killer elite? Journal of Advanced Nursing 69 (1), 1-3. J Adv Nurs, 69(5), pp. 1210–1211. doi:10.1111/jan.12102.
  10. Bryar, R. (2013). Reconnecting health visiting and public health. Perspect Public Health, 133(3), p. 138. doi:10.1177/1757913913485338.
  11. Bryar, R., Anto-Awuakye, S., Christie, J., Davis, C. and Plumb, K. (2013). Using the delphi approach to identify priority areas for health visiting practice in an area of deprivation. Nurs Res Pract, 2013, p. 780315. doi:10.1155/2013/780315.
  12. Abbott, S., Anto-Awuakye, S., Bryar, R. and Trivedi, S.G. (2012). Returning to health visiting practice: completing the circle. Community Pract, 85(9), pp. 25–29.
  13. Bryar, R. and Kendall, S. (2012). Celebrating Reviewers: your contribution to development of the discipline. Prim Health Care Res Dev, 13(3), pp. 191–192. doi:10.1017/S146342361200028X.
  14. Kendall, S. and Bryar, R. (2012). Guest Editorial: Networks: Enhancing the global contribution of health visiting and public health nursing to child and family public health. Journal of Research in Nursing, 17(2), pp. 105–107. doi:10.1177/1744987112442763.
  15. Adams, A., Lester, H., Kendall, S. and Bryar, R. (2011). Academic primary care: time to review and integrate. Prim Health Care Res Dev, 12(2), pp. 81–82. doi:10.1017/S1463423611000090.
  16. Bryar, R. (2011). Theory for midwifery practice: where the future meets the past. Evidence Based Midwifery, 9(2), pp. 41–45.
  17. Bryar, R. (2009). Getting there on research capacity building? Journal of Research in Nursing, 14(1), pp. 5–7. doi:10.1177/1744987108099593.
  18. Bryar, R. and Kendall, S. (2009). Master classes in Primary Health Care Research. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 10(3), pp. 165–166.
  19. Thomas, N., Bryar, R. and Makanjuola, D. (2008). Development of a self-management package for people with diabetes at risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD). J Ren Care, 34(3), pp. 151–158. doi:10.1111/j.1755-6686.2008.00032.x.
  20. Bryar, R. (2008). Collaboration in primary care: the need to see the bigger picture. Br J Gen Pract, 58(549), pp. 231–234. doi:10.3399/bjgp08X279733.
  21. Candy, B., Taylor, S.J.C., Ramsay, J., Esmond, G., Griffiths, C.J. and Bryar, R.M. (2007). Service implications from a comparison of the evidence on the effectiveness and a survey of provision in England and Wales of COPD specialist nurse services in the community. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 44(4), pp. 601–610. doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2005.12.007.
  22. Brassett-Harknett, A.J., Joshi, H., Butier, N. and Bryar, R. (2006). Health visitors' awareness of local service accessibility. Community Pract, 79(3), pp. 84–88.
  23. Graffy, J., Bryar, R., Kendall, S. and Crook, D. (2006). Improving peer review. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 7(1), pp. 1–2. doi:10.1191/1463423606pc262ed.
  24. Okomato, R., Johnson, B., Bryar, R. and Graham, M. (2006). Community Nurses’ Educational System in USA, UK and Australia. Japanese Community Nursing Journal, 48(3), pp. 195–199.
  25. Bryar, R. (2006). Nursing in the 21st Century: a UK Perspective. Journal of Japanese Red Cross Toyota College of Nursing, 291(1), pp. 5–13.
  26. Bryar, R., Benato, R., Hill, M., Lack, V. and Richards, S. (2006). Education for Primary Care and Public Health Practice. National association of primary care Review, Summer 2006 Nursing Supplement, pp. 6–7.
  27. Hatono, Y., Okomato, R., Johnson, B., Bryar, R. and Graham, M. (2006). Community Nurses’ Educational System in USA, UK and Australia. Health Care, 55(2), pp. 106–111.
  28. Hatono, Y., Okomato, R., Johnson, B. and Bryar, R. (2006). Public Health Professionals’ Competency in the UK. Journal of the National Institute of Public Health, 55(2), pp. 106–111.
  29. Bryar, R. and Kendall, S. (2006). New challenges and innovations in community health nursing. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 7(4), pp. 279–280.
  30. Abbott, S., Bryar, R., Hostettler, M., Hutt, J., Jones, P. and Sealy, A. (2005). Developing career pathways for new nurses: lessons from inner London. Br J Community Nurs, 10(11), pp. 508–512. doi:10.12968/bjcn.2005.10.11.19961.
  31. Taylor, S.J.C., Candy, B., Bryar, R.M., Ramsay, J., Vrijhoef, H.J.M., Esmond, G., Wedzicha, J.A. and Griffiths, C.J. (2005). Effectiveness of innovations in nurse led chronic disease management for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: Systematic review of evidence. British Medical Journal, 331(7515), pp. 485–488. doi:10.1136/bmj.38512.664167.8F.
  32. Plews, C., Bryar, R. and Closs, J. (2005). Clients' perceptions of support received from health visitors during home visits. J Clin Nurs, 14(7), pp. 789–797. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2005.01122.x.
  33. Bryar, R. (2005). Focus on Change Management. Therapy Weekly, 32(20), pp. 9–11.
  34. Bryar, R. (2005). Maximum potential. Multicultural Nursing, 1(3), pp. 6–7.
  35. Rolfe, M.K., Bryar, R.M., Hjelm, K., Apelquist, J., Fletcher, M. and Anderson, B.L. (2004). International collaboration to address common problems in health care: Processes, practicalities and power. International Nursing Review, 51(3), pp. 140–148. doi:10.1111/j.1466-7657.2004.00237.x.
  36. Law, J., Bunning, K., Byng, S., Farrelly, S., Heyman, B. and Bryar, R. (2004). Making sense in primary care: the challenge of negotiating health when you have a communication disability. JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH, 48, pp. 323–323.
  37. Rolfe, M.K., Bryar, R.M., Hjelm, K., Fletcher, M. and Anderson, B.L. (2003). Strategies and approaches towards evidence-based practice in the management of chronic leg ulcers by nurses working in the community in Kronoberg County, Sweden and the East Riding & Hull, UK. Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing, 7(3-4), pp. 160–167. doi:10.1016/S1361-9004(03)00096-7.
  38. Bryar, R.M., Closs, S.J., Baum, G., Cooke, J., Griffiths, J., Hostick, T., Kelly, S., Knight, S., Marshall, K. and Thompson, D.R. (2003). The Yorkshire BARRIERS project: Diagnostic analysis of barriers to research utilisation. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 40(1), pp. 73–84. doi:10.1016/S0020-7489(02)00039-1.
  39. Hjelm, K., Rolfe, M., Bryar, R.M., Andersson, B.L. and Fletcher, M. (2003). Management of chronic leg ulcers by nurses working in the community in Sweden and the UK. Journal of wound care, 12(3), pp. 93–98.
  40. Hjelm, K., Rolfe, M., Bryar, R.M., Andersson, B.L. and Fletcher, M. (2003). Holism in community leg ulcer management: a comparison of nurses in Sweden and the UK. British journal of community nursing, 8(8), pp. 353–363.
  41. Bryar, R. (2003). Practitioner research: An approach to developing research capacity in primary care. NT Rsearch, 8(2), pp. 101–114.
  42. Meyer, J., Johnson, B., Procter, S., Bryar, R. and Rozmovits, L. (2003). Practitioner research: Exploring issues in relation to research-capacity building. NT Research, 8(6), pp. 407–417.
  43. Kendall, S. and Bryar, R. (2003). The question of community nursing research. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 4(2), pp. 95–96.
  44. Davies, J., Heyman, B., Bryar, R., Graffy, J., Gunnell, C., Lamb, B. and Morris, L. (2002). The research potential of practice nurses. Health Soc Care Community, 10(5), pp. 370–381.
  45. M Bryar, R. (2002). MS000129 - Testing the revised barriers to research utilisation scale for use in the United Kingdom. Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing, 6(2), p. 94. doi:10.1016/S1361-9004(02)00034-1.
  46. Plews, C.M.C. and Bryar, R.M. (2002). Do we need health visitors in the child health clinic? Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing, 6(1), pp. 27–35. doi:10.1054/cein.2002.0254.
  47. Bannigan, K. and Bryar, R. (2002). The importance of overcoming barriers to research utilisation. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 9(7), pp. 270–273.
  48. Davies, J., Heyman, B., Bryar, R., Graffy, J., Gunnell, C., Lamb, B. and Morris, L. (2002). Building practice nurse research capacity. Practice Nursing, 13(10), pp. 449–452.
  49. Bryar, R. (2002). The promise of research governance: building research and development capacity and clinical research in primary health care. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 3(3), pp. 137–138.
  50. Griffiths, J.M., Bryar, R.M., Closs, S.J., Cooke, J., Hostick, T., Kelly, S. and Marshall, K. (2001). Barriers to research implementation by community nurses. British journal of community nursing, 6(10), pp. 501–510.
  51. Closs, S.J. and Bryar, R. (2001). The BARRIERS scale: Does it ‘fit’ the current NHS research culture? NT Research, 6(5), pp. 853–865.
  52. Bryar, R. and Kendall, S. (2001). WANTED: Articles on development of PHC services and practice. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 2(1), pp. 1–2.
  53. Bryar, R. (2000). Nurses and doctors at work. Rethinking professional boundaries. HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE IN THE COMMUNITY, 8(5), pp. 346–347. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2524.2000.00259-3.x.
  54. Bryar, R. (2000). Community practitioners and health visitors handbook. HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE IN THE COMMUNITY, 8(3), pp. 227–228.
  55. Closs, S.J., Baum, G., Bryar, R.M., Griffiths, J. and Knight, S. (2000). Barriers to research implementation in two Yorkshire hospitals. Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing, 4(1), pp. 3–10. doi:10.1054/cein.2000.0100.
  56. Bryar, R. (2000). An Examination of Case Study Research. Nurse Researcher, 7(2), pp. 61–78.
  57. Sasat, S., Bryar, R. and Newens, A. (2000). Caring for Dementia in Thailand: A study of family care for demented relatives in Thai Buddhist Society. Journal of Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, 1(4), pp. 15–24.
  58. Bryar, R. (2000). Primary health care: does it defy definition? Primary Health Care Research and Development, 1(1), pp. 1–2.
  59. Bryar, R. (1998). Nursing models for practice (2nd edition). JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING, 7(5), pp. 483–484. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2702.1998.0167f.x.
  60. Bryar, R. (1998). Primary care: Making connections. HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE IN THE COMMUNITY, 6(4), pp. 297–299.
  61. Bryar, R. (1998). Community development and involvement in primary care - a guide to involving the community in COPC. HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE IN THE COMMUNITY, 6(4), pp. 297–299.
  62. Bryar, R. (1998). What is the future for a primary care-led NHS? HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE IN THE COMMUNITY, 6(4), pp. 297–299.
  63. Bryar, R. (1998). Primary healthcare development: the Teamcare Valleys’ experience. British Journal of Community Nursing, 3(6), pp. 269–276.
  64. Bowman, G., Bryar, R. and Thompson, D. (1998). The Case for Cardiac Rehabilitation in the Community. Social Science and Health, 4(4), pp. 243–254.
  65. Bryar, R. (1997). Commentary: Putting the community back into community health care nursing. Journal of Research in Nursing, 2(4), pp. 268–270. doi:10.1177/136140969700200405.
  66. van Teijlingen, E. and Bryar, R. (1996). Selection guidelines for place of birth. Mod Midwife, 6(8), pp. 24–27.
  67. Bryar, R. (1996). Supporting the development of research skills by community nurses and midwives. British Journal of Community Health Nursing, 1(2), pp. 110–116.
  68. Bryar, R. (1996). Selection guidelines for place of birth. Modern Midwife, 6(8), pp. 24–27.
  69. Thomé, R. and Bryar, R. (1995). Nurse Practitioners: A Contribution to the
    Debate.
    Health Visitor, 68(8), pp. 318–318.
  70. Bryar, R. (1994). The world of referencing. Nurs Times, 90(36), pp. 38–41.
  71. Bryar, R. and Fisk, L. (1994). Setting up a community health house. Health Visit, 67(6), pp. 203–205.
  72. Bryar, R. (1994). An examination of the need for new nursing roles in primary health care. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 8(1), pp. 73–84.
  73. Bryar, R. (1993). Rallying cry for research. Practice Nurse, (July), pp. 271–271.
  74. Mead, D. and Bryar, R. (1992). Analysis of the changes involved in the introduction of the nursing process and primary nursing using a theoretical framework of loss and attachment. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 1(2), pp. 95–99.
  75. Bryar, R. (1991). Out of Africa. Nursing Times, 87(33), pp. 63–65.
  76. Bryar, R. (1988). Midwifery and models of care. Midwifery, 4(3), pp. 111–117.
  77. Bryar, R. (1988). Homebirth: a true choice? Senior Nurse, 8(7/8), pp. 14–15.
  78. Bryar, R. (1987). The nursing process: a literature review. Midwifery, 3(3), pp. 109–116.
  79. Bryar, R. and Strong, G. (1983). Midwifery: trial run-continued. Nurs Mirror, 157(15), pp. 45–48.
  80. Adams, K., Armstrong-Esther, C., Bryar, R., Duberley, J., Strong, G. and Ward, E. (1981). The nursing process in midwifery: trial run. Nurs Mirror, 153(15), pp. 32–35.
  81. Bryar, R. (1977). Self-medication in a student population. Nurs Times, 73(2), pp. 52–55.

Reports (13)

  1. Bryar, R., Kendall, S. and Mogotlane, S. (2012). Reforming Primary Health Care: A Nursing perspective. Geneva, Switzerland.
  2. Abbott, S. and Bryar, R. (2011). Review of the Healthcare Bursary Programme. London, UK: The Worshipful Company of Curriers Millennium Trust.
  3. Rowan, J., Bryar, R., Abbott, S., Ishikawa, N. and Ohkado, A. (2007). Comparative review of strategy and methods of tackling tuberculosis among the homeless and marginalized populations in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan and London UK. London, UK: City University, London.
  4. Bickerton, J., Loudon, C., Berry, T, , Abbott, S, , Bryar, R., Davies, H, , Hostettler, M., Lack, V., Lee, B., Procter, S. and Davies, J. (2004). Scoping education needs and provision for walk-in-centres in North East London. London, UK: City University London.
  5. Davies, J., Heyman, B., Bryar, R., Graffy, J., Gunnell, C., Morris, L. and Lamb, B. (2001). The development of practice nurse research. A needs assessment. London, UK: School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University, ELENoR and School of Community Health and Social Studies APU.
  6. Holden, J., Bryar, R. and Campion, P. (2000). PEER: Perceptions, Evaluations and Effective Responses: An Evaluation of Two Models of Nurse Practitioner Development. Hull, UK: Centre for Community Nursing/Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Hull.
  7. Bryar, R. (1994). Nursing Outcomes of Teamcare Valleys. Cardiff, UK: Welsh Office.
  8. Bryar, R. (1993). Nurse Practitioners and Public Health Nurses in Primary Health Care. Background Paper prepared for Gwent Health. Cardiff, UK: Teamcare Valleys.
  9. Bryar, R. (1992). "Since the centre started I am a different woman." Report of a WHO Fellowship Visit to the Netherlands. Cardiff, UK: Teamcare Valleys.
  10. Bryar, R. (1991). Primary health care teamwork education in Wales: An exploratory study. Cardiff, UK: Teamcare Valleys.
  11. Bryar, R. (1990). Primary health care and community health workers.
    Report of a Study Tour to Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.
    Swansea, UK: University College of Swansea.
  12. Bryar, R. and Silverton, L.I. (1988). Report of a Workshop on Bereavement in Pregnancy and Childbirth. Swansea, UK: School of Social Studies, University College of Swansea.
  13. Bryar, R., Bytheway, W.R., Cleary, J., Gough, E., Shepperdson, B. and Symonds, A. (1987). A Literature Review of Consumer Needs for Community Nursing. Cardiff, UK: Welsh Office.

Thesis/Dissertation

  1. Bickerton, J. Videos of primary care consultations: a study exploring nurse practitioner and patient communication in a Walk-in Centre. (PhD Thesis)

Education

Teaching

Modules taught on:

- NM3910 Return to Practice Nursing/Health Visiting
- NM3180/NMM119 Innovations in healthcare: leadership and management perspectives
- NM3909/NMM123 Public Health and Society
- Link Lecturer: Practice Module BSc/PGDip Public Health (District Nurse/health Visitor/School Nurse)
- HS2446 Communities and Health
- MSc Public Health City/QMUL Dissertation Module

Other Activities

Editorial Activity

  1. Joint Editor in Chief: Primary Health Care Research and Development (Cambridge University Press).

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