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2013-3 fatty acid supplement use in the 45 and Up Study CohortAdams, J; Sibbritt, D; Lui, C; Broom, A; Wardle, J
2013-02-01The art of letting go: Referral to palliative care and its discontentsBroom, A; Kirby, E; Good, P; Wootton, J; Adams, J
2014-05-07The Association between women’s choice of birth setting and their use of CAM during labor and birth.Frawley, JE; Steel, A; Adams, J; sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Gallois, C
2011-03-01Attitudes and referral practices of maternity care professionals with regard to complementary and alternative medicine: An integrative reviewAdams, J; Lui, CW; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Wardle, J; Homer, C
2016-08-01Attitudes toward complementary and alternative medicine amongst oncology professionals in BrazilSiegel, P; Broom, A; Bowden, V; Adams, J; de Barros, NF
2018-10-01The Australian Medical Oncologist Workforce Survey: The profile and challenges of medical oncologyLwin, Z; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D; Francis, K; Karapetis, CS; Karikios, D; Harrup, R
2015-12-01Back 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
2013-08-01Bodies of knowledge: Nature, holism and women's plural health practicesMeurk, C; Broom, A; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D
2012-01The challenges of traditional, complementary and integrative medicine research: A practitioner perspectiveWardle, J; Seely, D; Adams, J; Andrews, G; Barnes, J; Broom, A; Magin, P
2012-01Chapter 17 Nostalgic and nostophobic referencing and the authentication of nurses' use of complementary therapiesTovey, P; Adams, J; Adams, J; Andrews, G; Barnes, J; Broom, A; Magin, P
2012-01Chapter 7 Topical and oral complementary and alternative medicine in acne: A consideration of contextMagin, P; Adams, J; Pond, D; Smith, W; Adams, J; Andrews, G; Barnes, J; Broom, A; Magin, P
2014-01-01The characteristics of women using different forms of botanical medicines to manage pregnancy-related health conditions: A preliminary cross-sectional analysisBowman, D; Steel, A; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A
2015-10-01The 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
2015-01-01Characteristics of women who practice yoga in different locations during pregnancyCramer, H; Frawley, J; Steel, A; Hall, H; Adams, J; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D
2016-04-01The 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
2011-10-07A comparison of complementary and alternative medicine users and use across geographical areas: A national survey of 1,427 womenAdams, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Loxton, D; Pirotta, M; Humphreys, J; Lui, CW
2011-01A comparison of complementary and alternative medicine users and use across geographical areas: a national survey of 1,427 women.Adams, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Loxton, D; Pirotta, M; Humphreys, J; Lui, C-W
2013-01-01Complementary and alternative medicine consultations in urban and nonurban areas: A national survey of 1427 Australian womenAdams, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Loxton, D; Wardle, J; Pirotta, M; Lui, CW
2016-11-16Complementary and alternative medicine practitioner use prior to pregnancy predicts use during pregnancyFrawley, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Gallois, C; Steel, A; Adams, J
2014-02-01Consultations with complementary and alternative medicine practitioners amongst wider care options for back pain: A study of a nationally representative sample of 1,310 Australian women aged 60-65 yearsMurthy, V; Sibbritt, D; Adams, J; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Refshauge, KM