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1-Apr-2017The fact and the fiction: A prospective study of internet forum discussions on vaginal breech birthPetrovska, K; Sheehan, A; Homer, CSE
1-Jun-2011Factors that contribute to midwives staying in midwifery: A study in one area health service in New South Wales, AustraliaSullivan, K; Lock, L; Homer, CSE
1-Sep-2012The 'follow-through' experience in three-year Bachelor of Midwifery programs in Australia: A survey of studentsGray, JE; Leap, N; Sheehy, A; Homer, CSE
1-Jul-2017Friendliness, functionality and freedom: Design characteristics that support midwifery practice in the hospital settingHammond,, A; Homer, CSE; Foureur, M
1-Oct-2017From 'homebirth sceptics' to 'homebirth champions': The influence of Australian publicly-funded homebirth programs on care provider's attitudesCoddington, R; Homer, CSE; Catling, C
1-Feb-2017From hospital to home: Australian midwives’ experiences of transitioning into publicly-funded homebirth programsCoddington, R; Catling, C; Homer, CSE
1-Sep-2011From social to surgical: Historical perspectives on perineal care during labour and birthDahlen, HG; Homer, CSE; Leap, N; Tracy, SK
4-Feb-2015Group versus conventional antenatal care for womenCatling, CJ; Medley, N; Foureur, M; Ryan, C; Leap, N; Teate, A; Homer, CSE
Jan-2012Group versus conventional antenatal care for women.Homer, CSE; Ryan, C; Leap, N; Foureur, M; Teate, A; Catling-Paull, CJ
1-Jan-2014The hardware and software implications of hospital birth room design: A midwifery perspectiveHammond, A; Foureur, M; Homer, CSE
1-Feb-2018Has the free maternal health policy eliminated out of pocket payments for maternal health services? Views of women, health providers and insurance managers in Northern GhanaDalinjong, PA; Wang, AY; Homer, CSE
1-Oct-2002Hypertension in pregnancy: Do consensus statements make a difference?Davis, GK; Homer, CSE; Brown, MA
1-Feb-2019Implementation of midwifery continuity of care models for Indigenous women in Australia: Perspectives and reflections for the United KingdomFernandez Turienzo, C; Roe, Y; Rayment-Jones, H; Kennedy, A; Forster, D; Homer, CSE; McLachlan, H; Sandall, J
29-May-2018The implementation of the free maternal health policy in rural Northern Ghana: Synthesised results and lessons learntDalinjong, PA; Wang, AY; Homer, CSE
1-Mar-2010Infant feeding in the first 12 weeks following birth: A comparison of patterns seen in Asian and non-Asian women in AustraliaDahlen, HG; Homer, CSE
1-Jan-2014The influences on women who choose publicly-funded home birth in AustraliaCatling, C; Dahlen, H; Homer, CSE
1-Jan-2002Initial infant feeding decisions and duration of breastfeeding in women from English, Arabic and Chinese-speaking backgrounds in Australia.Homer, CSE; Sheehan, A; Cooke, M
1-Jan-2001Introducing external cephalic version to clinical practiceKarantanis, E; Alcock, D; Phelan, LK; Homer, CSE; Davis, GK
1-Sep-2012Is Asian ethnicity an independent risk factor for severe perineal trauma in childbirth? A systematic review of the literatureWheeler, J; Davis, D; Fry, M; Brodie, P; Homer, CSE
1-Jun-2009'It looks good on paper': Transitions of care between midwives and child and family health nurses in New South WalesHomer, CSE; Henry, K; Schmied, V; Kemp, L; Leap, N; Briggs, C