Barron, C.J., Moffett, J.A., & Potter, M. (2007). Patient expectations of physiotherapy: Definitions, concepts and theories. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 23: 37-46.

Potter, M., & Jones, S. (2006). Entry-level physiotherapists' strategies to lower occupational injury risk in physiotherapy: A qualitative study. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 22: 329-336.

Potter, M., Gordon, S., Hamer, P., & Hougton, S.(2005). The design and evaluation of an educational program of advanced communication skills for physiotherapists. Physioscience, 1: 26-36. 


Potter, M. (2005). The practice of communication. Professional Business Australia, 8-9.


Dalton, M., Chipchase, L., & Potter, M.  (2004). Clinical education - extending the possibilities. Physiotherapy Inmotion, 18-19.


Potter, M., Gordon, S., & Hamer, P. (2004). The nominal group technique: A useful consensus methodology in physiotherapy research. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 32: 126-130.


Potter, M., Gordon, S., & Hamer, P. (2003). The difficult patient in private practice physiotherapy: A qualitative study. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 49: 53-61.


Potter, M., Gordon, S., & Hamer, P. (2003). The physiotherapy experience in private practice: The patients' perspective. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 49: 185-192.


Potter, M., Gordon, S., & Hamer, P. (2003). Identifying physiotherapist and pateint expectations in private practice physiotherapy. Physiotherapy Canada, 55: 195-202.


Potter, M. (2002, May). Maximising your potential to influence: How to promote motivation and adherence among people with diabetes mellitus. Australian Diabetes Educators Magazine, 13-14.


Gordon, S., Potter, M., & Hamer, P. (2000). Periodised mental skills training. Athletic Therapy Today, 5(4): 49-50.


Gordon, S., Potter, M., & Hamer, P. (2000). Coping with sports injuries: Psychological strategies for rehabilitation. In, J. Crossman (Ed.), The Role of the Physiotherapist and Sport Therapist. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.


Potter, M., & Grove, J.R. (1999, August). Mental skills training during rehabilitation: Case studies of injuried athletes. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 28(1): 24-31.


Gordon, S., Potter, M., Ford, I.W. (1998).Toward a psychoeducational curriculum for training sport-injury rehabilitation personnel.Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 10:140-156.


Potter, M., Bianco, T., Ford, I. (1998, December). The use of psychological skills to enhance recovery from injury. Business of Sport, 3(3): 5.


Potter, M. (1998, Autumn/Winter). Are you pulling your hair out? Learn to recognise and cope with work-related stress. ACHPER West, 17-18.


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