AUSTRALIA

2020, Turkmani, The maternity care experiences and needs of migrant women with female genital mutilation living in Australia

2020, Watson, White, Hall, Hewitt, Women’s experiences of birth trauma_A scoping review

2019, Heath, We need better care to relieve birth trauma

2019, F. A. Ogbo, O. K. Ezeh, M. V. Dhami, S. Naz, S. Khanlari, A. McKenzie, K. Agho, A. Page, J. Ussher, J. Perz, J. Eastwood, Perinatal distress and depression in culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) australian women: the role of psychosocial and obstetric factors

2018, H. G. Dahlen, A. M. Munoz, V. Schmied, C. Thornton, The relationship between intimate partner violence reported at the first antenatal booking visit and obstetric and perinatals outcomes in an ethically diverse group of Australian pregnant women: a population-based study over 10 years

2018, Simpson, Schmied, Dickson, Dahlen,  Postnatal post-traumatic stress: An integrative review

2017, Hall, Mitchell, Educating student midwives around dignity and respect

2017, Leinweber, Creedy, Rowe, Gamble, Responses to birth trauma and prevalence of posttraumatic stress among Australian midwives

2017, Mohale, Sweet, Graham, Maternity health care: The experiences of Sub-Saharan African women in Sub-Saharan Africa and Australia

2017, Reed, Sharman, Inglis, Women’s descriptions of childbirth trauma relating to care provider actions and interactions

2017, Rigg, Schmied, Peters, Dahlen, Why do women choose an unregulated birth worker to birth at home in Australia_a qualitative study

2015, Simpson, Catling, Understanding psychological traumatic birth experiences: A literature review

2014, Campo, Delivering hegemony_contemporary childbirth discourses and obstetric hegemony in Australia

2013, Dahlen, Schmied, Dennis, Thornton, Rates of obstetric intervention during birth and selected maternal and perinatal outcomes for low risk women born in Australia compared to those born overseas

2011, Dietsch, Martin, Shackleton, Davies, McLeod, Alstond, Australian Aboriginal kinship: A means to enhance maternal well-being

2008, Deborah Walsh, The Hidden Experience of Violence during Pregnancy, A Study of 400 pregnant australian women.

2010, Dietsch,  Shackleton, Davies, McLeod, Alston, ‘You can drop dead’: Midwives bullying women

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