Publications by: Haylee Fox

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Fox, Haylee, Topp, Stephanie M., Lindsay, Daniel, and Callander, Emily (2021) Ethnic, socio-economic and geographic inequities in maternal health service coverage in Australia. International Journal of Health Planning and Management. (In Press)

Fox, Haylee, Topp, Stephanie M., Lindsay, Daniel, and Callander, Emily (2021) Response to: The “Cascade of interventions”: does it really exist? Birth. (In Press)

Fox, Haylee, Callander, Emily, Lindsay, Daniel, and Topp, Stephanie M. (2021) Is there unwarranted variation in obstetric practice in Australia? Obstetric intervention trends in Queensland hospitals. Australian Health Review, 45. pp. 157-166.

Fox, Haylee, Topp, Stephanie M., Lindsay, Daniel, and Callander, Emily (2021) A cascade of interventions: a classification tree analysis of the determinants of primary cesareans in Australian public hospitals. Birth, 48 (2). pp. 209-220.

Fox, Haylee (2021) Medicalised childbirth: variation in care and drivers of maternal health service provision in Queensland, Australia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Fox, Haylee, Callander, Emily, Lindsay, Daniel, and Topp, Steph (2019) Evidence of overuse? Patterns of obstetric interventions during labour and birth among Australian mothers. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 19. 226.

Toohill, Jocelyn, Callander, Emily, Fox, Haylee, Lindsay, Daniel, Gamble, Jenny, Creedy, Debra, and Fenwick, Jennifer (2019) Socioeconomic differences in access to care in Australia for women fearful of birth. Australian Health Review, 43 (6). pp. 639-943.

Fox, Haylee, Topp, Stephanie M., Callander, Emily, and Lindsay, Daniel (2019) A review of the impact of financing mechanisms on maternal health care in Australia. BMC Health Services Research, 19. 1540.

Callander, Emily, Kandasamy, Yogavijayan, Gamble, Jenny, Ellwood, David, Flenardy, Vicki, Kumar, Sailesh, Toohill, Jocelyn, and Fox, Haylee (2017) Health economics of early childhood and maternal health: using data linkage to identify health service use, and health system and patient costs. Working Paper. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

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