Murray R & Thow M (forthcoming) Peer-formativity: A framework for academic writing, Higher Education Research and Development (Accepted August 2013).
Murray R (2013) It’s not a hobby: Reconceptualizing the place of writing in academic work, Higher Education, 66(1): 79-91. DOI: 10.1007/s10734-012-9591-7.
MacLeod I, Steckley L & Murray R (2012) Time is not enough: Promoting strategic engagement with writing for publication, Studies in Higher Education, 37(6): 641-654. DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2010.527934.
Murray R (2012) Developing a community of research practice, British Educational Research Journal, 38(5): 783-800. DOI: 10.1080/01411926.2011.583635.
Murray R, Steckley L & MacLeod I (2012) Research leadership in writing for publication: A theoretical framework, British Educational Research Journal, 38(5): 765-781. DOI: 10.1080/01411926.2011.580049.
Murray R & Cunningham E (2011) Managing researcher development: ‘Drastic transition’?, Studies in Higher Education, 36(7): 831-845. DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2010.482204.
Moore S, Murphy M & Murray R (2010) Increasing academic output and supporting equality of career opportunity in universities: Can writers’ retreats play a role?, Journal of Faculty Development, 24(3): 21-30.
Murray R & Newton M (2009) Writing retreat as structured intervention: Margin or mainstream?, Higher Education Research and Development, 28(5): 527-39.
Alexander M, Lynch P & Murray R (2009) Reassessing the core of hospitality management education: The continuing importance of training restaurants, Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education, 8(1): 55-69.
Hislop J, Murray R & Newton M (2008) Writing for publication: A case study, Practice Development in Health Care, 7(3): 143-155.
Murray R (2008) Writer’s retreat: Reshaping academic writing practices, Educational Developments, 9(2): 14-16.
Murray R, Thow M, Moore S & Murphy M (2008) The writing consultation: developing academic writing practices, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 32(2): 119-128.
Murray R & Newton M (2008) Facilitating writing for publication, Physiotherapy, 94: 29-34.
Murray R (2007) Incremental writing: A model for thesis writers and supervisors, South African Journal of Higher Education, 21(8): 1064-1074.
Johnston B & Murray R (2004) New routes to the PhD: Cause for concern?, Higher Education Quarterly, 58(1): 31-42.
Heron G & Murray R (2004) The place of writing in Social Work: Bridging the theory practice divide, Journal of Social Work, 4(2): 199-214.
Murray R, Strachan R & Grierson H (2004) A web based tool for dissertation writing, British Journal of Educational Technology, 35(3): 369-375.
Murray R (2003) Students’ questions and their implications for the viva, Quality Assurance in Education, 11(2): 109-113.
McAteer M & Murray R (2003) The Humanities in a course on loss and grief, Physiotherapy, 89(2): 97-103.
Murray R (2002) Writing development for lecturers: Moving from further to higher education: A case study, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 26(3): 229-239.
Murray R (2001) Integrating teaching and research through writing development for students and staff, Active Learning in Higher Education, 2(1): 31-45.
Thow M & Murray R (2001) Enabling student writing for undergraduate projects: A practical approach, Physiotherapy, 87(3): 134-139.
Morss K & Murray R (2001) Researching academic writing within a structured programme: Insights and outcomes, Studies in Higher Education, 26(1): 35-52.
Murray R, McKay E, Thompson S & Donald M (2000) Practising reflection: A medical humanities approach to occupational therapist education, Medical Teacher, 22: 276-281.
Kerr W, Murray R, Nonhebel D & Moore B (2000) Integrated communication skills package for undergraduate chemists, Journal of Chemical Education, 77: 191-194.
Murray R & Tavener G (1998) Medical Humanities: Implications for podiatry education, British Journal of Podiatry, 1(3): 102-105.
Murray R (1998) Measurement of the effect of participation in a Medical Humanities group on the practice of physiotherapists, Physiotherapy, 84(10): 473-479.
Rosie J & Murray R (1998) An evaluation of learning on clinical placements in Radiography, Medical Teacher, 20(3): 227-236.
Murray R & MacKay G (1998) Supporting academic development in public output: Reflections and propositions, International Journal for Academic Development, 3(1): 54-63.
Murray R, Thow M & Strachan R (1997) Visual literacy: Designing and presenting a poster, Physiotherapy, 84(7): 319-327.
Murray R (1997) Medical Humanities and women’s health, Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health, 81: 3-6.
Murray R & Thow M (1997) Presenting a poster: Ideas into images, Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health, 80: 23-6.
Murray R & Holmes S (1997) Partnerships in staff development: An institutional case study, Studies in Higher Education, 22(1): 67-82.
Murray R & Brightman J (1996) Interactive teaching, European Journal of Engineering Education, 21(3): 295-308.
Murray R (1996) Littérature et médecine: Introduction pratique, Annales de Kinésithérapie, 23(2): 58-61.
Murray R & Lowe A (1995) Writing and dialogue for the PhD, Journal of Graduate Education, 1: 103-109.
Lowe A & Murray R (1995) Reflexivity in postgraduate research training: The Strathclyde Business faculty experience, Journal of Graduate Education, 1: 77-84.
Murray R & Thow M (1995) A Medical Humanities roadshow: Spreading the word, Physiotherapy, 81(2): 95-102.
Murray R (1994) Medical Humanities: A practical introduction, Physiotherapy Ireland, 15(1): 25-29.
Murray R & Thow M (1994) Littérature et médecine en kinésithérapie: Formation et pratique, Annales de Kinésithérapie, 21(4): 191-197.
Murray R & Robb A (1992) Medical Humanities: Thought provoking?, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 17: 1182-1187.
Murray R & Thow, M (1991) Medical Humanities in physiotherapy: Education and practice, Physiotherapy, 77(11): 733-736.
Peer reviewed web article
Murray R (2004) What can I write about?: The rhetorical question for PhD students and their supervisors. The future of postgraduate supervision, http://www.shu.ac.uk/wpw/.
Papers in non-refereed journals
Murray R (1991) Women’s education in Scotland, Grassroots Education for Women in Europe, European Bureau of Adult Education, 189-190.
Hart L & Murray R (1986) Outreach work: Strathclyde University, Scottish Journal of Adult Education, 8(2): 25-26.
Refereed conference presentations
European Conference on Educational Research, Fostering competency in educational research: An innovative approach to academic writing, Istanbul, 2013.
International Conference on Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education, Structured writing retreat: A pedagogy for students to construct scholarly writing, Glasgow, 2013.
Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, What is higher education for?: Shared and contested ambitions, Newport, 2012.
Writing Development in Higher Education Conference, The Social Framework: A model for writing, Liverpool, 2012.
Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, Performativity or peer-formativity?: Academics’ responses to research policy and regulation, Newport, 2011.
British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Engagement with writing for publication/disengagement from other tasks, London, 2011.
British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, The Writing Consultation: A novel mechanism for developing academic writing practices, Warwick, 2010.
British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Defining the leadership role in enabling academics to manage competing tasks, Warwick, 2010 (with I MacLeod & L Steckley).
Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Widening participation in knowledge production: Supporting the development of researcher identities and academic and practice settings, Hong Kong, 2010 (with I MacLeod & L Steckley).
Writing Development in Higher Education Conference, The Writing Consultation: Developing sustainable writing behaviour, London, 2010.
British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Strategic engagement: Developing academic identities through writer’s retreat, Manchester, 2009 (with I MacLeod & L Steckley).
British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Moving from peripheral participation to communities of practice: Writer’s group in an Education Faculty, Edinburgh, 2008.
Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, ‘Writer’s Retreat: Reshaping Academic Writing Practices, Brighton, 2007.
World Confederation for Physical Therapy International Congress, ‘The Problem of Prioritising Scholarly Writing in the Workplace’, Vancouver, 2007.
Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, ‘Reconfiguring Academic Writing’, Brighton, 2006.
Writing Development in Higher Education Conference, ‘Output and Process: A Study of Academics’ Writing’, Open University, Milton Keynes, 2006.
Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, ‘Generic Training for Researchers’, Bristol, 2004.
NES-NHS Education for Scotland Conference on Education Research and Development, ‘Evaluation of the long-term effects of taking part in a writing for publication course’ (poster), Glasgow, 2004 (with J Hislop & M Newton).
Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, ‘Learning to Move Between Worlds in the PhD Viva’, London, 2003.
Higher Education Staff Development Agency, ‘The CAP Story: Endgame, Education and Expertise’, Essex, 2003 (with B Johnston).
World Confederation for Physical Therapy International Congress, (1) ‘The Humanities in a Course on Loss and Grief’ and (2) ‘Abstract Writing’, Barcelona, 2003.
Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference, ‘Redrawing the Doctoral Curriculum: Providing New Routes to Writing Development’, Glasgow, 2002.
Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference, ‘New Routes to the PhD in a Global Market: Student Voice and Student Choice’, Cambridge, 2001 (with B Johnston).
Canadian Society for the Study of Education, ‘Educating for Public Output’, Québec, 2001.
Universities’ and Colleges’ Staff Development Agency Management Development Initiatives and Good Practice in HE Mini-Conference, ‘Academic Writing: The Manager’s Role in Developing and Supporting Staff’, Manchester, 2001. Published in Workshop Reports (ISBN 1 85889 176 0), pp. 37-40.
Improving University Teaching Conference, ‘Creative Dialogizing: An Approach to Teacher Development’, Johannesburg, 2001.
Higher Education Staff Development Agency Annual Conference, ‘The Email Trail as a Mechanism for Interactive Staff Development’, Manchester, 2001.
Writing Development in Higher Education Conference, ‘Where is Writing?: Situating Writing and Writing Development in Academic Careers’, Leicester, 2001.
Teaching Writing in Higher Education Conference, ‘If not Rhetoric and Composition, Then What?: Teaching Dissertation Writing’, Warwick, 2001.
Society for Research into Higher Education Conference, ‘Insights into Writing Development, Raising Personal and Political Questions’, Leicester, 2000.
Universities’ and Colleges’ Staff Development Agency Conference, ‘“Those who can, do”: Management Development for Writing for Publication’, Newcastle, 2000 (published in proceedings).
Institute for Learning and Teaching Annual Conference, ‘Integrating Development for Teaching and Research: A Case Study of the Development Process’, York, 2000.
Writing Development in Higher Education Conference, ‘Do they know what we know?: How academics find “new directions” in student writing development’, Liverpool, 2000.
Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, ‘Creating Collegial Contexts for Developing the Writing Skills of Academics’, Manchester, 1999.
Pennsylvania State University Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, ‘Enabling Public Participation through Writers’ Groups’, State College, USA, 1999.
Writing Development in Higher Education Conference, ‘Creating Environments for Reflecting on the Psycho-social Processes of Writing a PhD’, Leicester, 1999.
Universities’ and Colleges’ Staff Development Agency Annual Conference, ‘Writers’ Groups for Academics and Researchers’, Sheffield, 1998.
World Federation of Occupational Therapy Conference, ‘Medical Humanities in Occupational Therapy: Sharing Perspectives’, Montréal, 1998.
Writing Development in Higher Education Conference, ‘Lessons from the Teachers: Writer’s Support Groups’, Aberystwyth, 1997.
National Postgraduate Committee Conference, Research Student Supervision: Management and Practice, ‘Training Supervisors in a Staff Development Unit’, Bristol, 1995.
World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress, ‘Medical Humanities: Human Issues in Physical Therapy’, Washington DC, 1995.
International Physiotherapy Conference (Chartered Society of Physiotherapists), ‘Medical Humanities’, Belfast, 1993.
International Seminar on Student Well-being and Development, ‘Student Contracts and Records of Achievement: From Margins to Mainstream’ (with G Gordon) and ‘Understanding Gender’, Twente, Holland, 1993.
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Congress, ‘Medical Humanities’, Glasgow, 1992.
Promoting Caring: Using the Arts and Humanities in Nursing Education and Practice Conference, ‘Medical Humanities’ (with A Robb), Glasgow, 1992.
International Physiotherapy Conference, ‘Medical Humanities’, Dublin, 1992.
Vocational Training for Women: Ideas, Questions, Outcomes and Perspectives for Research Work in Europe, European Bureau of Adult Education, ‘Management Development for Women: The Strathclyde Course, the Debate, the Long-term Impact’, Bonn, 1992.
Workshop on Grassroots Education for Women, ‘The Strathclyde New Opportunities Course’, European Bureau of Adult Education, Barcelona, 1991.
International Seminar of Student Well-being and Development, ‘Why We Need a Thesis Writing Course’, Twente, Holland, 1991.
Standing Conference on Educational Development: Putting Students First: Improving the Experience of Higher Education, ‘Adapting Writing Tasks in the Sciences: Writing for Audience and Purpose’, Newcastle, 1990.
CVCP/Universities’ Staff Development and Training Unit Conference, Quality Matters: Staff Development as Quality Assurance, ‘The Strathclyde Student Evaluation Questionnaire’, York, 1990 (with D Nicol).
International Society for Studies in Educational Development Conference: Flexibility in Professional Development, ‘Women and Appraisal’, Cambridge, 1990.
‘Supervising the writing process’, Research Supervision Conference, Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia, 2011.
‘Writing anywhere, any time: “snacking”, “retreating” and “advancing” in academic writing’, Writing Development in Higher Education Conference, Glasgow, 2008.
‘Incremental Writing: A Model for Thesis Writers and Supervisors’, International Conference on Postgraduate Supervision: The State of the Art and the Artists, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, 2007.
‘Enhancing the Skills of Research Inexperienced Staff’, Trinity College Dublin, 2002.
‘Education for Practice’, Nursing and Midwifery Practice Development Unit, Nursing Board for Scotland and Nursing Research Institute for Scotland, Ayr, 2001.
Research Supervision Event, ‘Soft and Hard Standards in the PhD’, University College Dublin, 1997.
A Dynamic Approach to Clinical Education, ‘Adult Learning: Theory for Practice’ and ‘Self-Directed Learning’, Dublin, 1995.