Items where Subject is "11 MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES > 1110 Nursing > 111006 Midwifery"
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Buist, Anne E., Barnett, Bryanne E.W., Milgrom, Jeannette, Pope, Sherryl, Condon, John T., Ellwood, David A., Boyce, Phillip M., Austin, Marie-Paule V., and Hayes, Barbara A. (2002) To screen or not to screen: that is the question in perinatal depression. Medical Journal of Australia, 177 (7). pp. 101-105.
Birks, Melanie, Santamaria, Nick, Thompson, Sharyn, and Amerena, John (1993) A clinical trial of the effectiveness of water as a conductive medium in electrocardiography. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 10 (2). pp. 10-13.
Crane, Linda H., Williams, Melanie J., Nimmo, Alan J., and Hamlin, Gary P. (2002) Estrogen-dependent regulation of neurokinin 3 receptor-mediated uterine contractility in the rat. Biology of Reproduction, 67 (5). pp. 1480-1487.
Emmanuel, Elizabeth, St John, Winsome, and Sun, Jing (2012) Relationship between social support and quality of life in childbearing women during the perinatal period. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing, 41 (6). E62-E70.
Emmanuel, Elizabeth N., and Sun, Jing Health related quality of life across the perinatal period among Australian women. Journal of Clinical Nursing. pp. 1-9. (In Press)
Francis, Karen, McLeod, Margaret, McIntyre, Meredith, Mills, Jane, Miles, Maureen, and Bradley, Angela (2012) Australian rural maternity services: creating a future or putting the last nail in the coffin. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 20 (5). pp. 281-284.
Felton-Busch, Catrina (2009) Birthing on country: an elusive ideal? Contemporary Nurse, 33 (2). pp. 161-162.
Gair, Susan, and Croker, Felicity (2007) Missing voices about a foreign place: exploring midwifery practice with midwives who cared for single mothers and babies/or adoption in Queensland (1960-1990). Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 10 (2). pp. 56-67.
Harvey, Nichole, and Holmes, Colin A. (2012) Nominal group technique: an effective method for obtaining group consensus. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 18 (2). pp. 188-194.
Hayes, Barbara A. (2010) From 'postnatal depression' to 'perinatal anxiety and depression': key points of the National Perinatal Depression Plan for nurses and midwives in Australian primary health care settings. Contemporary Nurse, 35 (1). pp. 58-67.
Hayes, Barbara A., Muller, Reinhold, and Bradley, Benjamin S. (2001) Perinatal depression: a randomized controlled trial of an antenatal education intervention for primiparas. Birth, 28 (1). pp. 28-35.
Mills, Jane, Birks, Melanie, Francis, Karen, Miles, Maureen, and Jones, Jan (2010) Australian rural remote registered nurses’ experiences of learning to provide antenatal services in general practice: a pilot study. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 16 (4). pp. 319-325.
Phillips, Diane, Fawns, Rod, and Hayes, Barbara (2002) From personal reflection to social positioning: the development of a transformational model of professional education in midwifery. Nursing Inquiry, 9 (4). pp. 239-249.
Rembeck, Gun, and Gunnarsson, Ronny (2004) Improving pre- and postmenarcheal 12-year-old girls' attitudes toward menstruation. Health Care for Women International, 25 (7). pp. 680-698.
Stewart, Lee, Lock, Ros, Bentley, Karyn, and Carson, Vicki (2012) Meeting the needs of rural and regional families: educating midwives. Collegian, 19 (4). pp. 187-188.
Shields, Linda (2009) Man-midwives. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 102 (3). p. 88.
Thompson, Faye E. (2005) The emotional impact on mothers and midwives of conflict between workplace and personal/professional ethics. Australian Midwifery Journal, 18 (3). pp. 17-21.
Yates, Karen, Kelly, Jenny, Lindsay, David, and Usher, Kim (2013) The experience of rural midwives in dual roles as nurse and midwife: "I'd prefer midwifery but I chose to live here". Women and Birth, 26 (1). pp. 60-64.
Yates, Karen, Usher, Kim, and Kelly, Jenny (2011) The dual role of rural midwives: the potential for role conflict and the impact on retention. Collegian, 18 (3). pp. 107-113.
Yates, Karen (2010) ‘My passion is midwifery’: midwives working across dual roles in the country. PhD thesis, James Cook University.