Research Gate Analysis

Google Scholar Analysis (< 2018)

Citation indices

Citations 150  127 (<2013)
h-index 7  7 (<2013)
i10-index 4  4 (<2013)


Peer-Reviewed Publications & Academic Activity

  1. Rowe, N., 2018. Conferences … what do we really get for our money? Times Higher Education [in press]
    UK National Professional Journal Feature Article
  2. Rowe, N., 2018. Conferences in the Academic, Scientific and Professional Workplace: the good, the bad and the ugly. In: XXXVIII International VAKKI Symposium on Workplace Communication, 8–9 February, Vaasa, Finland.
  3. Rowe, N., 2017. The Value, Scope and Cost of Conferences: looking beyond the Events Industry. In: Society for Research into Higher Education – Annual Research Conference 6–8 December, Celtic manor, Newport, Wales UK. International Conference – Oral Paper
  4. Rowe, N, 2017. Academic & Scientific Poster Presentation – A Modern Comprehensive Guide.  Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature – Book Publication  ISBN: 978-3-319-61278-2  Available from:
  5. Rowe, N., [2017]. Breaking the Wall of Conference Effectiveness. In: Falling Walls Lab, 15 September, Turku, Finland.  *National stage for the Falling Walls Conference – Berlin 2017.
  6. Rowe, N, 2017. Tracing the ‘grey literature’ of poster presentations: a mapping review. Health Information and Libraries Journal. [published online: 06.04.2017] DOI: 10.1111/hir.12177
  7. Rowe, N, 2017.  If your poster attracts little attention … it may not be your faultConference Inference Blog 30.01.2017
  8. Rowe, N., 2015. Work-life Balance? Bah, humbug !   Times Higher Education 24th December 2015, 38-41. UK National Professional Journal Feature Article (fiction).     ISSN: 0049-3929   Available from:
  9. Rowe, N., 2015. Opening up conference discussions to the virtual community: should conferences become an open access activity?  The EuroScientist. Available from:  14 October, 2015
  10. Rowe, N., Ilic, D., 2015. Rethinking poster presentations at large-scale scientific meetings: is it time for the format to evolve? FEBS Journal. Available from:’     International Journal Article [4.00 impact factor 2014].  ISSN: 1742-4658
  11. Rowe, N., 2015. A Cinderella story for early career academics. Times Higher Education 11th June 2015, 44-47.  UK National Professional Journal Feature Article  (fiction).  ISSN: 0049-3929
  12. Rowe, N., 2015.  Poster Presentation – What to do with the ‘elephant in the room’? In: 6th Nordic Conference on Adult Education and Learning, 25–28 March, 2015, Tampere, Finland.   International Conference – Oral Paper     doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1383.6321
  13. Rowe, N., 2014. Posters at Academic / Scientific Conferences: meeting the needs of viewers, presenters and society. In: Federation of European Biochemical Societies / European Molecular Biology Organization Joint Conference, 30 Aug–04 Sept, 2014, Paris, France.  Published in: FEBS Journal, Volume 281, Issue Supplement s1, 27 AUG 2014     International Conference – Guest Poster Presentation + Research

  14. Rowe, N., 2014.  The use of scientific posters to disseminate research data. Faculty of 1000 Research.  Available from: On-line Article – Guest Blog

  15. Rowe, N., 2014. Poster Presentations – the ‘then and now’ of a popular medium of scientific communication. In: Federation of European Biochemical Societies – FEBS News July, 2014, 9–10. International Scientific Magazine Article

  16. Rowe, N., 2014.  Help poster sessions to grab attention. In: Nature, 08 May 2014, Volume 509 , pp. 164    doi:10.1038/509164e  [31.43 impact factor 2013]

  17. Rowe, N., 2014.  Search Beyond Search – The Dragnet Review Method of Information Retrieval.In: Becoming a Digital Humanist 1.0 – Second Digital Humanities Finland Symposium, 24 April, 2014, National Library of Finland, Helsinki, Finland. National Symposium – Oral Presentation

  18. Heaslip, V., Hewitt-Taylor,J., Rowe, N., 2013.  Reflecting on nurses’ views on using research in practice. In:  British Journal of Nursing, January 2013, 9 (22), 1341-134   [3.07 impact factor 2011]

  19. Ilic, D., Rowe, N., 2013.  What is the evidence that poster presentations are effective in promoting knowledge transfer? A state of the art review.  In: Health Information and Libraries Journal,   30, 1, 4-12  doi: 10.1111/hir.12015  [0.89 impact factor 2012]

  20. Hewitt-Taylor,J., Heaslip, V.,Rowe, N., 2012.  Applying research to practice: exploring the barriers.  In: British Journal of Nursing,  March 2012, 21, 6, 356-359

  21. Rowe, N., 2012.  Academic & Scientific Poster Presentation ~ visualising knowledge as a means to facilitate knowledge transfer.  In: Ilic, D., ed.  Knowledge Transfer: Practices, Types and Challenges.  New York:  Nova Science Publishing, chapter 7.  ISBN: 978-1-62081-579-3

  22. Rowe, N., Ilic, D., 2011.  Poster Presentations : a visual medium for academic & scientific meetings  In: Journal of Paediatric Respiratory Reviews, Vol. 12, Issue 3, Pages 208-213  [ 2.67 impact factor 2011]

  23. Rowe, N., 2010.  ‘Nursing’ Identity ?   In: British Journal of Nursing,  April 2010, 19, 9 – 603

  24. Rowe, N., Ilic, D., 2009.  What impact do posters have on academic knowledge transfer? A pilot survey on author attitudes and experiences In: BMC Medical Education,  December 2009.  9:71 *   [ 1.04  impact factor 2009]

  25. Rowe, N., 2009.  Hyper-linking Academic Posters: delivering the MediaPoster In: Bournemouth University Education Enhancement Conference, 21 May, 2009, Bournemouth University, UK.   Local Conference Poster Presentation

  26. Rowe, N., Ilic, D., 2009.  Innovating professional knowledge-transfer : Academic Poster to ‘MediaPoster’  In: Medical Education, May 2009.  [ 2.46 impact factor 2009]

  27. Rowe, N., 2008.  Traditional academic posters: a suitable medium for knowledge transfer? In: First UCY Research Conference: What’s going on at UCY: Research in progress, 27 May 2008,  University Centre, Yeovil (UCY), pp. 50-59.  Local Conference Oral Presentation

  28. Rowe, N., 2008.  Evidence-based practice – a means to empower the wider healthcare workforce .    In: 1st Bergen International Conference: Evidence into Practice – Challenges for Lifelong Learning in Nursing,  May 2008, International Conference Oral Presentation, Bergen University, Norway.

  29. Rowe, N. and Ilic, D., 2008.  Traditional Academic Posters: a suitable medium for knowledge transfer? In: Bournemouth University Education Conference: Curriculum 2012, 19 May, 2008,   Bournemouth University, Poole.  Local Conference Poster Presentation

  30. Rowe, N. and Ilic, D., 2008.  Traditional academic posters – Transition from the Analogue Age.  In: 1st Bergen International Conference: Evidence into Practice – Challenges for Lifelong Learning in Nursing, 18-20 May 2008,  International Conference Poster Presentation, Bergen University, Norway.

  31. Rowe, N., 2008.  Higher education and work-based learning. Look after the learning and the ‘facts’ will look after themselves: transition from a didactic approach to workforce development.    Forward: The fdf Journal, 14, pp. 35-37.

  32. Rowe, N., 2007.  Existentialism in Evidence-Based Practice : How consideration and inclusion of the inter-professional workforce can improve the teaching & implementation of evidence-based practice.   In: 4th International Conference of Evidence-Based Health Care Teachers & Developers, 31st October – 4th November, 2007,    International Conference Poster Presentation,  Taormina, Italy

  33. Rowe, N., 2007.  Practice-based learning & HE: let the learners lead the way.  In: Bournemouth University Learning and Teaching: Re-inventing the student experience for an academically-led university, 15 May 2007, Bournemouth University. Local Conference Poster Presentation

  34. Rowe, N., 2007.  A discussion on research and appraisal  – Journal of the College of Operating Department Practice. Technic: London, 3 (11), pp. 16-19.

  35. Rowe, N., 2007.  CPD & Me : an ODP Educators approach to the Health Professions Council Standards for Continual Professional Development. Technic: London, 4 (4), pp. 14-17.

  36. Rowe, N., Stevenson, M., 2007.  Specialist Monitoring Technology and Skills for the Critically Ill Woman. In: Billington, M. and Stevenson, M., eds. Critical Care in Childbearing for Midwives. Oxford:  Blackwell Publishing, pp. 179-203.  ISBN: 978 1405116381

  37. Rowe, N., 2007.  Fluid Balance and Management and the Critically Ill Woman. In: Billington, M. and Stevenson, M., eds. Critical Care in Childbearing for Midwives. Oxford:  Blackwell Publishing,  pp. 167-178.       ISBN: 978-1405116381

  38. Rowe, N., 2007.   Practice-based Learning & Higher Education: Let the learners ‘lead the way’ – re-introducing independent learning & development.In: Association for Peri-Operative Practice National Congress 2007, October 2007, Harrogate UK.  UK National Conference Poster Presentation

  39. Rowe, N., 2007.  Comfortable With Academic Challenge ? Releasing Potential in Practice-Based learning & Higher education [Literature Review].In: Association for Peri-Operative Practice National Congress 2007, October 2007, Harrogate UK. UK National Conference Poster Presentation                         


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