Deborah Stevens and Lynne Bowyer (2019). A Cannabis Referendum Starter Kit. Nathaniel Centre Report, Issue 57. ISSN 1175-3498.
Deborah Stevens and Lynne Bowyer (2017). Artificial Intelligence: Exploring the issues of control. Dialogue Australasia Journal, Issue 37, May 2017
Lynne Bowyer and Deborah Stevens (2017). What 'Artificial intelligence" can teach us about humanity. Nathaniel Centre Report, Issue 51. ISSN 1175-3498.
Deborah Stevens (2017). Teaching Bioethics: The intersection of values and the applications that advances in technology make possible. In Williams, P.J. & Barlex, D. (Eds.), Contemporary Research in Technology Education: Helping teachers develop research-informed practice (pp. 125-143). Singapore: Springer.
Lynne Bowyer and Deborah Stevens (2016). Artificial General Intelligence: Achievable or misguided? Dialogue Australasia Journal, Issue 36, November 2016
Deborah Stevens & Manuka Hēnare (2016). New Zealand’s Te Tiriti o Waitangi-Treaty of Waitangi: The past, contemplated in the present, is a guide to the future. In Tolliday, P., Kim, C. & Palme, M. Societies in Transition. Asia-Pacific and Australia between Conflict and Reconciliation. Jena, Germany: Friedrich Schiller University. Lynne Bowyer & Grant Gillett (2015) “Suicide: The Lonely Path”. Advances in Medical Ethics 2:3. www.ame-journal.com Lynne Bowyer, Grant Gillett & Claire Amos (2015) “Same Brush, Different Strokes: A Commentary on “Improving Long-Term Psychiatric Care: Bring Back the Asylum” by Sisti, Segal, and Emanuel”. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health. http://www.jemh.ca/issues/open/documents/JEMH_OpenVolume_Commentary_Same_Brush_Different_Strokes-June2015.pdf
Lynne Bowyer (2015) “The Ethical Grounds for the Best interests of the Child”. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Cambridge University Press, 25: 1-7. doi:10.1017/S0963180115000298
Lynne Bowyer (2014) “Autonomy and why you can never let me go”, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 11: 2, p. 139-149. DOI 10.1007/s11673-014-9533-4.
Lynne Bowyer & Brian Walsh (2013) “An Heideggerian critique of evidence-based medicine”, The International Journal of Person-Centred Medicine, 3: 1.
Lynne Bowyer (2012) “Autonomy and dementia: what has been left unthought”, Nathanial Centre Report, 37.
Lynne Bowyer & Grant Gillett (2012) “Too impaired to rock and roll” NZ Herald.
Lynne Bowyer & Lynley Anderson (2012) “Engaging the professional community: rewriting a code of ethics for NZ physiotherapists”, Physical Therapy Reviews17: 3.
Lynne Bowyer, Lynley Anderson & Dan Exeter (2011) “Sudden cardiac death: mandatory exclusion of athletes at risk is a step too far”, British Journal of Sports Medicine.