A practice change intervention to improve antenatal care addressing alcohol consumption by women during pregnancy: research protocol for a randomised stepped-wedge cluster trial
- Kingsland, Melanie, Doherty, Emma, Bennett, Nicole, Hunter, Mandy, Ward, Sarah, Reeves, Penny, Symonds, Ian, Rissel, Chris, Azzopardi, Carol, Searles, Andrew, Gillham, Karen, Elliott, Elizabeth J., Anderson, Amy E., Wiggers, John, Crooks, Kristy, Tully, Belinda, Tremain, Danika, Tsang, Tracey W., Attia, John, Wolfenden, Luke, Dunlop, Adrian J.
Alcohol-related risk from pre-loading and heavy episodic drinking (HED) among a cohort of young Australian women: a cross-sectional analysis
Antenatal care for alcohol consumption during pregnancy: pregnant women's reported receipt of care and associated characteristics
- Doherty, Emma, Wiggers, John, Tully, Belinda, Bennett, Nicole, Murray, Henry, Azzopardi, Carol, Kingsland, Melanie, Wolfenden, Luke, Anderson, Amy E., Crooks, Kristy, Tsang, Tracey W., Elliott, Elizabeth J., Dunlop, Adrian J., Attia, John, Dray, Julia
Association between preconception maternal stress and offspring birth weight: findings from an Australian longitudinal data linkage study
Changes in smoking, drinking, overweight and physical inactivity in young Australian women 1996-2013
Determinants of pregnant women's compliance with alcohol guidelines: a prospective cohort study
Do women grow out of risky drinking? a prospective study of three cohorts of Australian women
Factors influencing contraceptive use or non-use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: a systematic review and narrative synthesis
Intimate partner violence adversely impacts health over 16 years and across generations: a longitudinal cohort study
Online and offline recruitment of young women for a longitudinal health survey: findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health 1989-95 cohort
Risky drinking patterns are being continued into pregnancy: a prospective cohort study
Women's perceptions of information about alcohol use during pregnancy: a qualitative study.
Written information and health professionals are the information sources about alcohol use in pregnancy most often used by pregnant women
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