de Lisle, R. (2015). Focal dystonia: An understanding for the piano teacher. In Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference: Beyond the Black and White. Melbourne, Australia: Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference . Retrieved from http://www.appca.com.au/index.php
de Lisle, R., Speedy, D. B., & Thompson, J. (2012). Rehabilitation of vibrato in a cellist affected by focal dystonia. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 27 (4), 227.de Lisle, R., Speedy, D. B., & Thompson, J. M. D. (2010). Pianism Retraining via Video Conferencing as a Means of Assisting Recovery from Focal Dystonia. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 25 (3), 126-129.
de Lisle, R., Speedy, D. B., & Thompson, J. M. D. (2009). The effects of pianistic retraining via video conferencing as a means of assisting recovery from focal dystonia: A case study. In A. Williamon, S. Pretty, & R. Buck (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science 2009 (pp. 395-400). Netherlands: European Association of Conservatoires. Retrieved from http://www.performancescience.org/
de Lisle, R. (2008). Focal Dystonia in Instrumentalists. Flute Focus, April (14), 11-13.
de Lisle, R., Speedy, D., Thompson, J. M. D., & Maurice, D. G. (2006). Effects of Pianism Retraining on Three Pianists with Focal Dystonia. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 21 (3), 105-111.
de Lisle, R. (1994). The Art of the Piano: An introductory course for teenagers and adults.(MP541/2) Wellington, The Correspondence School, plus video and CD.
Keynote speeches and selected presentations " I was privileged to hear Miss de Lisle give an absolutely brilliant presentation this morning: one of the most exciting things I have heard for a long time. You saw a beautiful illustration of how a pianistic approach can help.. We certainly need a lot more research and a lot more people like you Madam, throughout the world to study and introduce the science into it which you did so beautifully" Dr. Christopher Wynn Parry Senior consultant physician and trustee British Association for Performing Arts Medicine Reflective Conservatoire Conference, Guildhall School of Music London 18-2-06
"I acknowledge you for your pioneering efforts in the field of dystonia research and retraining. I believe you have developed some key elements that work specifically with the neuromuscular malfunctions associated with this problem .. you are finding ways to build useful neuromuscular pathways around the focus which triggers the dystonic movement" Lisa Marsh Director Coordinate movement Program University of Portland, Oregon16-4-08
de Lisle, R. (2015). Factors in piano pedagogy that could influence the development of focal hand dystonia and other musicians injuries [Keynote presentation]. In Australasian Society of Performing Arts Healthcare (ASPAH) 2015 Annual Conference: A Career in the Spotlight: Enhancing Performance Health and Wellbeing. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. Retrieved from https://www.aspah.org.au/blog/event/2015-annual-conference/
de Lisle, R. (2010). Piano Technique Without Injuries (Key note speech). Paper presented at Western Australia Piano Pedagogy Conference, Perth, Australia. 9 April - 11 April 2010.
de Lisle, R. (2009). Piano Technique-Establishing and Maintaining the Balance(Keynote speech). Paper presented at Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference, Sydney, Australia. 13 July - 17 July 2009.
De Lisle, R. (2014). Injury preventative pedagogy: Recognizing irregularities in movement that could predispose pianists to developing focal dystonia. In 32nd Annual PAMA Symposium : Medical Problems of Performing Artists : Competitions and creative collaborations: Identifying and promoting healthy artistry from studio to stage. Snowmass, Colorado, USA.
De Lisle, R. (2012). Panel on Music Pedagogy: Reshaping Pedagogy Perspectives for Community Music Teachers in the Studio and Classroom: Building secure foundations for performance health. In Voyages of Discovery: New Zealand Musicological Society Conference. School of Music, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.creative.auckland.ac.nz/
de Lisle, R. (2012). Focal dystonia:The importance of pedagogical retraining in rehabilitation and early intervention. In Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare Conference 2012. Sydney.de Lisle, R., Speedy, D. B., & Thompson, J.
de Lisle, R.(2011). Rehabilitation of musician's dystonia through retraining. In EPS Nanjing International Forum on Rehabilitation Medicine 2011.. Nanjing, China.
de Lisle, R. (2011). Technical problem solving: Making the hard bits easy. Presented at Christchurch. 19 September 2011.
de Lisle, R. (2008). Playing without Pain: Basic Technical Principles and 21st Century Trends in Piano Technique. In Auckland International Piano Festival. Auckland.de Lisle, R. (2007). Movement retraining as a means of rehabilitation for pianists with focal dystonia. In Music and Ideas Worldwide: A Symposium on Practice-based Research. Via videoconferencing. Retrieved from http://www.performancescience.org/
de Lisle, R. (2007). Crucial Factors in Assisting Recovery of Pianists with Focal Dystonia through Pianism Retraining. In Performing Arts Medicine Association 25th Annual Symposium on Medical Problems of Musicians and Dancers. Aspen, Colorado, USA. Retrieved from http://www.artsmed.prg/
de Lisle, R. (2007). The Dangers of Piano Playing-Building a biomechanically natural technique to prevent injury. In Hacettepe Universitesi Ankara Devlet Konservatorium. Hacettepe Universitesi Ankara Devlet Konservatorium.
de Lisle, R. (2006). Building Young Pianists. In Seminar and workshop for trainee teachers. British Suzuki Institute, London, U.K
de Lisle, R. (2006). Focal Dystonia: a way to recovery through specific retraining in pianism. In The Reflective Conservatoire: Apprentices and Sorcerers (pp. 41-44). Guildhall School of Music, London. Retrieved from http://www.gsmd.ac.uk/