Fisher, P. Deery, R.(2011) Emotionally engaged practice and the pursuit of excellence in midwifery, 4th International ‘In Sickness & In Health’ Conference, Odense, Denmark, 4-6th May 2011.
Deery, R. (2010) ‘Switching and swapping faces: performativity in midwifery’, Global Conference of the Doctoral Midwifery Research Society, University of Ulster Jordanstown, 1st - 3rd Sept 2010.
Deery, R. & Fisher, P. (2009) ‘Switching and swapping faces: towards emotional literacy within the ‘performance’ of midwifery, The 8th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Lisbon, Portugal, 5.9.09
Deery, R. (2008) “Punching lights out”: the generation of emotion work during focus groups, Conference presentation at the 7th Qualitative Research Conference, Bournemouth University, 10.9.08
Deery, R. (2008) ‘Switching and swopping faces’: community midwifery performances, Conference presentation at the European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences, 2nd International Emotions Conference 'The Future of Feelings', University of Surrey, 13.6.08.
Deery, R., Hughes, D. & Kirkham, M. (2008) ‘A poisoned chalice’: Midwives' experiences of a struggling birth centre, Conference presentation at The International Confederation of Midwives Congress in Glasgow, 5.6.08.
Baker, K., Deery, R. & Hunter, B. (2008) Peeling Onions: using drama to explore the emotional work of midwifery, The International Confederation of Midwives Congress, Glasgow, 4.6.08.
Deery, R. (2008) Negotiating transfers of women from midwife-led to obstetric care: the midwife’s perspective, Conference presentation at The International Confederation of Midwives Congress in Glasgow, 5.6.08.
Deery, R. (2005) ‘Punching lights out’: issues of powerlessness, anger and dissatisfaction within focus groups, ‘A Labour of Love’?: Emotion Work and Reproduction Conference, University of Huddersfield, 16.09.05.
Martin, N., Blyth, E., Deery, R. & Cameron, C. (2005) 'Psychosocial support in known egg donation,' paper given at the Conjoint Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society (CFAS), Montreal, Quebec, 15/19.10.05
Martin, N., Deery, R., Blyth, E. & Cameron, C. (2005) ‘Under Pressure?’: Negotiating relationships in known egg donation, paper given at the BPS Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference, University of Huddersfield, 6/8.07.05
Deery, R. & Kirkham, M. (2004) “Drained and dumped on: the generation and accumulation of emotional toxic waste in community midwifery”, Pollution and Safety, Exploring the ‘Dirty’ Side of Women’s Health Conference, Women’s Informed Childbearing and Health Research Group, University of Sheffield, 13.6.04.
Deery, R. & Wray, S. (2004) ‘Fatness as an embodied expression of oppression in the health care setting’, Sociological Challenges: Conflict, Anxiety and Discontent, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of York, 23.3.04
Deery, R. (2004) ‘Adapting to, and changing ways of working: coping with contradictions and conflicting values’, Mothers of Light Conference, Reykavik, Iceland, 22.5.04
Deery, R. (2004) ‘Behind the wall’: dominant diffculties and cultural constraints in developing a midwife-led unit, Normal Labour and Birth: 2nd Research Conference, The Grange Hotel Conference Centre, Grange Over Sands, 09.06.04
Invited editorials and papers:
Deery, R (2012). Connection as part of soulful midwifery, The Practising Midwife, September, p.1.
Fyfe, A., Burns, D., Butcher, G. & Deery, R (2012) Connecting body and soul through hypnobirthing: a small scale evaluation, MIDIRS, 22 (4): 415-418, 420-422
Kirkham, M., Hughes, D. Deery, R. (2012) Why Birth Centres Fail, AIMS Journal,
Deery, R. (2011) Balancing research and action in turbulent times: action research as a tool for change, Evidence Based Midwifery,
Deery, R. (2011) ‘Obesing’ pregnant women: by whom, and for what reasons? AIMS journal, 23 (4): 12-13
Deery, R. (2011) Pressure ulceration and wound care in midwifery: a neglected area.
Wounds UK, Guest Editorial, 7 (1):
Deery, R. (2011) ‘Going against the tide’: embracing ‘knots’ and ‘mud’ in research findings,
Essentially MIDIRS, 2 (3): 47-49
Deery, R. (2010) ‘Transfers from midwife led to obstetric led care: some insights from midwives’, Essential MIDIRS, 1 (3): 17-22
Deery, R., Hughes, D., & Kirkham, M. (2007) Making it better for mother and baby: A strategy or a sop? Midwifery Matters, Issue 113, Summer, 2-3.
Hunter, B. & Deery, R. (2005) Building our knowledge about emotion in midwifery: combining and comparing findings from two different research studies, Evidence Based Midwifery, 3 (1): 10-15, commissioned paper
Deery, R. (1999) Improving relationships through clinical supervision: Part 2, British Journal of Midwifery, April, 7 (4): 251-254, commissioned paper
Deery, R. (1999) Improving relationships through clinical supervision: Part 1, British Journal of Midwifery, March, 7 (3): 251-254, commissioned paper