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1-Dec-2014Addressing culture shock in first year midwifery students: Maximising the initial clinical experienceCummins, AM; Catling, C; Hogan, R; Homer, CSE
1-Nov-2018Adverse pregnancy and neonatal outcomes associated with Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Mycoplasma genitalium, M. hominis, Ureaplasma urealyticum and U. parvum: A systematic review and meta-analysis protocolVallely, LM; Egli-Gany, D; Pomat, W; Homer, CSE; Guy, R; Wand, H; Silver, B; Rumbold, AR; Kaldor, JM; Low, N; Vallely, AJ
13-Jul-2018Anaemia and depression before and after birth: A cohort study based on linked population dataXu, F; Roberts, L; Binns, C; Sullivan, E; Homer, CSE
12-Dec-2018Are health facilities well equipped to provide basic quality childbirth services under the free maternal health policy? Findings from rural Northern GhanaDalinjong, PA; Wang, AY; Homer, CSE
1-Sep-2018Asking different questions: A call to action for research to improve the quality of care for every woman, every childKennedy, HP; Cheyney, M; Dahlen, HG; Downe, S; Foureur, MJ; Homer, CSE; Jefford, E; McFadden, A; Michel-Schuldt, M; Sandall, J; Soltani, H; Speciale, AM; Stevens, J; Vedam, S; Renfrew, MJ
1-Aug-2018Asking different questions: A call to action for research to improve the quality of care for every woman, every childKennedy, HP; Cheyney, M; Dahlen, HG; Downe, S; Foureur, MJ; Homer, CSE; Jefford, E; McFadden, A; Michel-Schuldt, M; Sandall, J; Soltani, H; Speciale, AM; Sevens, J; Vedam, S; Renfrew, MJ
1-Jan-2018‘Asking the hard questions’: Improving midwifery students’ confidence with domestic violence screening in pregnancySmith, R; Wight, R; Homer, CSE
1-Jun-2013Assisting women to make informed choices about screening for Group B Streptococcus in pregnancy: A critical review of the evidenceSheehy, A; Davis, D; Homer, CSE
23-Mar-2017The association of Emergency Department presentations in pregnancy with hospital admissions for postnatal depression (PND): a cohort study based on linked population dataXu, F; Sullivan, EA; Forero, R; Homer, CSE
1-Jun-2007An Australian prospective cohort study of risk factors for severe perineal trauma during childbirthDahlen, HG; Ryan, M; Homer, CSE; Cooke, M
20-Feb-2018Barriers to and strategies for addressing the availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality of the sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn and adolescent health workforce: Addressing the post-2015 agendaHomer, CSE; Castro Lopes, S; Nove, A; Michel-Schuldt, M; McConville, F; Moyo, NT; Bokosi, M; ten Hoope-Bender, P
1-May-2017Barriers to utilization of childbirth services of a rural birthing center in Nepal: A qualitative studyKhatri, RB; Dangi, TP; Gautam, R; Shrestha, KN; Homer, CSE
1-Apr-2011Birth after caesarean section: Changes over a nine-year period in one Australian stateHomer, CSE; Johnston, R; Foureur, MJ
14-Jun-2014Birthplace in New South Wales, Australia: An analysis of perinatal outcomes using routinely collected dataHomer, CSE; Thornton, C; Scarf, VL; Ellwood, DA; Oats, JJN; Foureur, MJ; Sibbritt, D; McLachlan, HL; Forster, DA; Dahlen, HG
1-Jul-2017Building midwifery educator capacity using international partnerships: Findings from a qualitative studyWest, F; Dawson, A; Homer, CSE
1-Feb-2017Caring for women wanting a vaginal birth after previous caesarean section: A qualitative study of the experiences of midwives and obstetriciansFoureur, M; Turkmani, S; Clack, DC; Davis, DL; Mollart, L; Leiser, B; Homer, CSE
1-May-2018Cesarean section and diabetes during pregnancy: An NSW population study using the Robson classificationZeki, R; Oats, JJN; Wang, AY; Li, Z; Homer, CSE; Sullivan, EA
1-Jul-2016The challenge of employing and managing new graduate midwives in midwifery group practices in hospitalsCummins, AM; Denney-Wilson, E; Homer, CSE
1-Jan-2012Challenges to Reaching MDG5: A Qualitative Analysis of the Working Environment of Skilled Birth Attendants in CambodiaIth, P; Dawson, A; Homer, CSE
1-Jan-2006Challenging midwifery care, challenging midwives and challenging the systemHomer, CSE