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2012

Murphy, Samantha (2012). Reclaiming a moral identity: stillbirth, stigma and ‘moral mothers’. Midwifery, 28(4) pp. 476–480. file

2011

Cross-Sudworth, Fiona; Williams, Amanda and Herron-Marx, Sandy (2011). Maternity services in multi-cultural Britain: using Q methodology to explore the views of first- and second-generation women of Pakistani origin. Midwifery, 27(4) pp. 458–468.

2007

Herron-Marx, Sandy; Williams, Amanda and Hicks, Carolyn (2007). A Q methodology study of women's experience of enduring postnatal perineal and pelvic floor morbidity. Midwifery, 23(3) pp. 322–334.

Williams, Amanda; Herron-Marx, Sandy and Hicks, Carolyn (2007). The prevalence of enduring postnatal perineal morbidity and its relationship to perineal trauma. Midwifery, 23(4) pp. 392–403.

2006

Church, Sarah and Earle, Sarah (2006). Approaches to sociology within midwifery education. British Journal of Midwifery, 14(6) pp. 342–345.

2004

Brooks, Fiona; Rospopa, Christine and Scott, Peter (2004). Midwifery on the net: new communication technology. British Journal of Midwifery, 12(2) pp. 107–110. file

2000

Earle, Sarah (2000). Why some women do not breast feed: bottle feeding and fathers' role. Midwifery, 16(4) pp. 323–330.

1997

Draper, Janet (1997). Whose welfare in the labour room? A discussion of the increasing trend of fathers' birth attendance. Midwifery, 13(3) pp. 132–138. file

1996

Draper, Janet and Newell, Robert (1996). A discussion of some of the literature relating to history, repair and consequences of perineal trauma. Midwifery, 12(3) pp. 140–145.

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