Browsing by Author Frawley, J

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4-Jan-2017The utilization of health services and self-care by older women with sleeping problems: Results from a nationally representative sample of 9,110 womenMeredith, S; Frawley, J; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D
Dec-2016Does Australia's Health Policy Environment Create Unintended Outcomes for Birthing Women?Steel, A; Adams, J; Frawley, J; Wardle, J; Broom, A; Sidebotham, M; Sibbritt, D
10-Nov-2016Prevalence, patterns, and predictors of meditation use among US adults: A nationally representative survey.Cramer, H; Hall, H; Leach, M; Frawley, J; Zhang, Y; Leung, B; Adams, J; Lauche, R
Oct-2016Is there an association between women's consultations with a massage therapist and health-related quality of life? Analyses of 1800 women aged 56-61 years.Frawley, J; Peng, W; Sibbritt, D; Ward, L; Lauche, R; Zhang, Y; Adams, J
4-Sep-2016Health care utilization of women who experience pregnancy related reflux, nausea and/or vomiting.Frawley, J; Hall, H; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D
27-Jul-2016Complementary medicine and childhood immunisation: A critical review.Wardle, J; Frawley, J; Steel, A; Sullivan, E
Apr-2016The characteristics of women who use hypnotherapy for intrapartum pain management: Preliminary insights from a nationally-representative sample of Australian womenSteel, A; Frawley, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Adams, J
26-Jan-2016Complementary and alternative medicine practitioner use prior to pregnancy predicts use during pregnancy.Frawley, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Gallois, C; Steel, A; Adams, J
Jan-2016Prevalence and characteristics of women who consult with osteopathic practitioners during pregnancy; a report from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH).Frawley, J; Sundberg, T; Steel, A; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Adams, J
2016Women's attitudes towards the use of complementary and alternative medicine products during pregnancy.Frawley, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Gallois, C; Steel, A; Adams, J
Dec-2015Back pain sufferers' attitudes toward consultations with CAM practitioners and self- prescribed CAM products: A study of a nationally representative sample of 1310 Australian women aged 60-65 yearsMurthy, V; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Frawley, J; Refshauge, KM; Adams, J
Oct-2015The characteristics of women who birth at home, in a birth centre or in a hospital labour ward: A study of a nationally-representative sample of 1835 pregnant womenSteel, A; Adams, J; Frawley, J; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D
21-Aug-2015Characteristics of women who practice yoga in different locations during pregnancyCramer, H; Frawley, J; Steel, A; Hall, H; Adams, J; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D
12-Aug-2015Process of care in outpatient Integrative healthcare facilities: a systematic review of clinical trialsGrant, SJ; Frawley, J; Bensoussan, A
May-2015Trained or professional doulas in the support and care of pregnant and birthing women: a critical integrative review.Steel, A; Frawley, J; Adams, J; Diezel, H
Apr-2015Use of pharmacological and non-pharmacological labour pain management techniques and their relationship to maternal and infant birth outcomes: Examination of a nationally representative sample of 1835 pregnant womenAdams, J; Frawley, J; Steel, A; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D
1-Jan-2015Trained or professional doulas in the support and care of pregnant and birthing women: A critical integrative reviewSteel, A; Frawley, J; Adams, J; Diezel, H
1-Jan-2015Trained or professional doulas in the support and care of pregnant and birthing women: A critical integrative reviewSteel, A; Frawley, J; Adams, J; Diezel, H
2015Women's Use and Self-Prescription of Herbal Medicine during Pregnancy: An Examination of 1,835 Pregnant WomenFrawley, J; Adams, J; Steel, A; Broom, A; Gallois, C; Sibbritt, D
2015Steel A, Frawley J, Adams J, Sibbritt D, Broom A. (2015). ‘The labour and birth outcomes associated with the use of herbal medicine in pregnancy.’ NHAA International Conference on Herbal Medicine. Sydney, 20-22 March 2015.Steel, A; Frawley, J