Topics: Births

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Remote links: redesigning maternity care for Aboriginal women from remote communities in Northern Australia; a comparative cohort study

Kildea S, Gao Y, Rolfe M, Josif CM, Bar-Zeev SJ, Steenkamp M, Kruske S, Williams D, Dunbar T, Barclay LM (2016) Remote links: redesigning maternity care for Aboriginal women from remote communities in Northern Australia; a comparative cohort study Midwifery; In press: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.midw.2016.01.009


Trends in Indigenous and non-Indigenous caesarean section births in the Northern Territory of Australia, 1986–2012: a total population-based study

8 February, 2016 | Posted in Vol 16 No 1, January 2016 - March 2016  Births  Women  Northern Territory  

Thompson F, Dempsey K, Mishra G (2016) Trends in Indigenous and non-Indigenous caesarean section births in the Northern Territory of Australia, 1986–2012: a total population-based study BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Early view: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1471-0528.13881


Australia’s mothers and babies 2013: in brief

Eldridge D, Johnson D, Sedgwick K (2015) Australia’s mothers and babies 2013: in brief Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare


National Indigenous Reform Agreement: performance assessment 2013-14

Productivity Commission (2015) National Indigenous Reform Agreement: performance assessment 2013-14 Canberra: Productivity Commission


Haemophilus influenzae: a potent perinatal pathogen disproportionately isolated from Indigenous women and their neonates

Porter M, Charles AK, Nathan EA, French NP, Dickinson JE, Darragh H, Keil AD (2015) Haemophilus influenzae: a potent perinatal pathogen disproportionately isolated from Indigenous women and their neonates Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; Early view: ()


National partnership agreement on Indigenous early childhood development

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2015) National Partnership Agreement on Indigenous Early Childhood Development Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2015


Improving health service access and wellbeing of young Aboriginal parents in an urban setting: mixed methods evaluation of an arts-based program

Jersky M, Titmuss A, Haswell M, Freeman N, Osborne P, Callaghan L, Winters J, Fitzpatrick S, Zwi K (2015) Improving health service access and wellbeing of young Aboriginal parents in an urban setting: mixed methods evaluation of an arts-based program Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view: ()


Low birthweight increases risk for cardiovascular disease hospitalisations in a remote Indigenous Australian community – a prospective cohort study

Arnold L, Hoy W, Wang Z (2015) Low birthweight increases risk for cardiovascular disease hospitalisations in a remote Indigenous Australian community – a prospective cohort study Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view: ()


Pregnancy and neonatal outcomes in Indigenous Australians with diabetes in pregnancy

Duong V, Davis B, Falhammar H (2015) Pregnancy and neonatal outcomes in Indigenous Australians with diabetes in pregnancy World Journal of Diabetes; 6: (880-888)


The logics of planned birthplace for remote Australian Aboriginal women in the Northern Territory: a discourse and content analysis of clinical practice manuals

Ireland S, Belton S, Saggers S (2015) The logics of planned birthplace for remote Australian Aboriginal women in the Northern Territory: a discourse and content analysis of clinical practice manuals Midwifery; In press: ()


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