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2015-01-01Use 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
2018-10-01A mixed methods analysis of experiences and expectations among early-career medical oncologists in AustraliaWong, WKT; Kirby, E; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D; Francis, K; Karapetis, CS; Karikios, D; Harrup, R; Lwin, Z
2012-01Topical and oral complementary and alternative medicine in acne: A consideration of contextAdams, J; Andrews, GJ; Barnes, J; Broom, A; Magin, P; Adams, J; Andrews, G; Barnes, J; Broom, A; Magin, P
2014-07-01Majority of Women Are Influenced by Nonprofessional Information Sources When Deciding to Consult a Complementary and Alternative Medicine Practitioner during PregnancyFrawley, J; Adams, J; Broom, A; Steel, A; Gallois, C; Sibbritt, D
2013-02-01The art of letting go: Referral to palliative care and its discontentsBroom, A; Kirby, E; Good, P; Wootton, J; Adams, J
2010-04-01The use of traditional, complementary and alternative medicine in Sri Lankan cancer care: Results from a survey of 500 cancer patientsBroom, A; Wijewardena, K; Sibbritt, D; Adams, J; Nayar, KR
2007-09-01Current issues and future directions in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) researchBroom, A; Adams, J
2014-07-24Factors influencing women's decisions to drink alcohol during pregnancy: Findings of a qualitative study with implications for health communicationMeurk, CS; Broom, A; Adams, J; Hall, W; Lucke, J
2013-08-01Bodies of knowledge: Nature, holism and women's plural health practicesMeurk, C; Broom, A; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D
2015-01-01On resilience and acceptance in the transition to palliative care at the end of lifeMacArtney, JI; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Good, P; Wootton, J; Yates, PM; Adams, J
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