Bernoth, M. (December, 2016). Participatory care: The possibilities and challenges. 2016 Gerontology Nursing Conference, Spirituality and the Foundations of Human Caring, The Selwyn Institute, Auckland, NZ. (Invited speaker)

Bernoth, M. (2016). Authentic partnerships and appreciative inquiry: The possibilities for addressing abuse and neglect in residential aged care. World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Conference, Adelaide. (Invited speaker)

Bernoth, M. (2016). Pain and the older person. Australian College of Nursing, March, Wagga Wagga. (Invited speaker)

Bernoth, M., Croxon, L., & Anderson, J. (2016). The value of using an appreciative inquiry approach and authentic partnerships in attracting registered nurses to rural aged care facilities and services. ACS & AAG Regional Conference, Dubbo, 7 April. (Peer reviewed).

Gibson, C., Crockett, J., Bernoth. M., & Dudgeon, P. (2015). Social and emotional wellbeing: Sharing and valuing voices of older community members. NIRAKN & NATSIHEC International Indigenous Research Conference, Adelaide, September. (Peer reviewed)

Gibson, C., Crockett, J., Bernoth. M., & Dudgeon, P. (2015). Sharing and valuing the voices of older Aboriginal people voices in social and emotional wellbeing. Indigenous Content in Education Symposium. (Peer reviewed)

Mills, N., Anderson-Wurf, J., & Bernoth, M. (2015). Development of a ‘Whole of community’ healthy ageing clinical placement model. Australian Association of Gerontology (NSW Division) (AAG) and Aged & Community Services of NSW & ACT (ACS) Regional Conference. Batemans Bay. (Peer reviewed)

Bernoth, M. (2014). Exploring ageing, aged care and rural ageing. When does the caring and compassion end? 3rd Asia-Pacific International Conference on Qualitative Research in Nursing, Midwifery and Health, Newcastle, NSW, 1–3 October (Peer reviewed).

Bernoth, M. (2014). The involvement of older community members in undergraduate learning. 2nd Annual Global Health Conference, Taiyuan, China, 24–25 October. (Peer reviewed)

Bernoth, M. (2013). The development of ICT materials and community involvement to foster engagement, learning and enquiry in a stigmatised discipline of nursing. 46th Australian Association of Gerontology. (Peer reviewed)

Bernoth, M., Dietsch, E., & Davies, C. (2013). ‘Two dead frankfurts and a blob of sauce’: The serendipity of receiving adequate nutrition and hydration in residential aged care in Australia. 2nd National Conference Building a National Approach to Prevent Elder Abuse of Older Australians. Adelaide, 17–18 June. (Invited speaker)

Bernoth, M. (2011). Using cross faculty strategies and a visual medium to teach aged care. CSUED – Transforming University Education, November. (Peer reviewed)
Bernoth, M. (2011). Getting the smarts with statistics: Teaching undergraduate students quantitative data analysis. CSUED – Transforming University Education, November. (Peer reviewed)

Bernoth, M., Dietsch, E., & Davies, C. (2011). Being old and staying rural: The implications of community disengagement. Rural Health Research Colloquium – Sustaining Rural Health through Research, Dubbo, October. (Peer reviewed)

Bernoth, M. (2010). The impact of discourses of embodiment in promoting safe manual handling practice in aged care. European Society on the Education of Adults Linkoping, Sweden, 23 September. (Peer reviewed)

Bernoth, M. (2009). Bodies in focus – The implications for policy in aged care. Emerging Health Policy Researchers’ Conference, The Menzies Centre, Sydney. (Peer reviewed)