Ferraro, K., & Busch-Armendariz, N.B. (2009). The use of expert testimony on intimate partner violence. Harrisburg, PA: VAWnet online at http://www.vawnet.org/applied-research-papers/print-document.php?doc_id=2062
Bell, H., Busch, N.B., Sanchez, E., Tekippe, A. (2008). Pregnant and parenting battered women speak out about their relationships and challenges. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 17(3).
Bell, H., Busch, N.B., & Fowler, D. (2005). Spirituality and domestic violence work. Critical Social Work, 6 (2), www.criticalsocialwork.com, pp. 1 – 13.
Bell, H., Busch, N.B., Cook Heffron, L., White, B., Angelelli, M.J., & Rivaux, S. (2004). Balancing power through community building: Researchers, survivors, and practitioners set the research agenda on domestic violence and sexual assault, AFFILIA: The Journal of Women in Social Work, 19 (4), 404-417.
Busch, N.B. (2004). Comparisons of the moral reasoning levels between battered and non-battered women, The Journal of Social Work Education, 40 (1), 57 – 71.
Busch, N.B., Fong, R., Williamson, J. (2004). Human trafficking and domestic violence: Comparison in research methodology needs and strategies, The Journal of Social Work Research and Evaluation: An International Publication, 5 (2), 137-147.
Busch, N.B., & Wolfer, T.A. (2002). Battered women speak out: Welfare reform and their decisions to disclose. Violence Against Women, 8 (5), 566 – 584.
Busch, N.B., & Valentine, D. (2000). Empowerment practice: A focus on battered women. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 15 (1), 82 – 95.
Burke, L. K., Busch, N.B., & Faucette, M.R. (1998). Educating medical staff to recognize domestic violence: Enhancing knowledge and attitude changes through action research. The Community Psychologist, 31 (4), 28 – 31.