Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES (110000) > NURSING (111000) > Midwifery (111006)"
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Armstrong, Kylie & Edwards, Helen E. (2003) The effects of exercise and social support on mothers reporting depressive symptoms: A pilot randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 12(2), pp. 130-138.
Barnes, Margaret & Soong, Barbara (2005) Maternal Position at Midwife Attended Birth and Perineal Trauma: Is There an Association? Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care, 32(3), pp. 164-169.
Barr, Jennieffer A. (2005) Maintaining Ethical integrity during Clinical Research in Midwifery. Birth Issues, 14(3), pp. 96-100.
Davis, Leigh M., Edwards, Helen E., & Mohay, Heather A. (2003) Mother-infant interaction in premature infants at three months after nursery discharge. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 9(6), pp. 374-381.
de-Vitry Smith, Sally, Dietsch, Elaine, & Bonner, Ann (2012) Parents’ experience of time distortion following diagnosis of a serious or lethal fetal anomaly. International Journal of Childbirth, 2(4), pp. 212-221.
deVitry-Smith, Sally, Dietsch, Elaine, & Bonner, Ann (2013) Pregnancy as public property: The experience of couples following diagnosis of a foetal anomaly. Women and Birth, 26(1), pp. 76-81.
Forster, Elizabeth M. & Murray, Judith (2008) Loss and grief. In Barnes, Margaret & Rowe, Jennifer (Eds.) Child, Youth and Family Health : Strengthening Communities. Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, Sydney, N.S.W, pp. 189-205.
Fraser, Jennifer (2008) Practice integrity : advocacy, ethics and legal issues. In Barnes, Margaret I. & Rowe, Jennifer A. (Eds.) Child, Youth and Family Health : Strengthening Communities. Elsevier Australia, Marrickville, N.S.W.
Keemer, Frances (2013) Breastfeeding self-efficacy of women using second-line strategies for healthy term infants in the first week postpartum : an Australian observational study. International Breastfeeding Journal, 8(18), pp. 1-8.
Kinnane, Joanne H. (2009) Ethics on-the-run. British Journal of Midwifery, 17(1), pp. 30-35.
McCosker, Heather M. & Holzl, Janice (1995) Mirror, mirror on the wall: teacher' perceptions of the reflective clinical log for development of competence in student midwives. In 9th Biennial ACMI conference, 12-15 Sept 1995, Sydney. (Unpublished)
McCosker, Heather M., Madl, Romana, Harris, Marilyn G., Anderson, Debra J., & Mannion, Jill A. (1999) Evaluation of a self-paced education package on violence against women for rural community-based health workers. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 7(1), pp. 5-12.
Ramsbotham, Joanne (2011) Theory for Midwifery Practice [Book Review]. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 25(3), pp. 227-228.
Saravanan, Sheela, Turrell, Gavin, Johnson, Helen, Fraser, Jennifer, & Patterson, Carla (2011) Traditional birth attendant training and local birthing practices in India. Evaluation and Program Planning, 34(3), pp. 254-265.
Stapleton, Helen, Murphy, Rebecca, Correa-Velez, Ignacio, & Kildea, Sue (2010) Evaluation of the Mater Mothers' Hospital refugee antenatal clinic. Midwifery Research Unit, Mater Mothers' Hospital and Australian Catholic University, Brisbane , QLD.
Webster, Joan (2006) An appraisal of the use of the Kramer’s scale in predicting hyperbilirubinaemia in healthy full term infants. Birth Issues, 14(3), pp. 83-89.
Webster, Joan, Hall, Laurie A., Somville, Thierry, Schneider, Patricia, Turnbull, Robin, & Smith, Patricia F. (2006) Prospective testing of the Brisbane Postnatal Depression Index. Birth: issues in perinatal care, 33(1), pp. 56-63.
Webster, Joan & Holt, Victoria F. (2004) Screening for Partner Violence: Direct Questioning or Self-Report? Obstetrics and Gynecology, 103(2), pp. 299-303.
Wirihana, Lisa A. & Barnard, Alan (2011) Women's perceptions of their healthcare experience when they choose not to breastfeed. Women and Birth, 25(3), pp. 135-141.