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    • Heart valve prostheses in pregnancy: Outcomes for women and their babies 

      Lawley, Claire M; Algert, Charles S; Ford, Jane B; Nippita, Tanya A; Figtree, Gemma A; Roberts, Christine L. (American Heart Association, 2014)
      Background: As the prognosis of women with prosthetic heart valves improves more of these individuals are contemplating and undertaking pregnancy. Accurate knowledge of perinatal outcomes is essential, assisting counselling ...
    • Induction of labour: the development and application of a novel classification system 

      Nippita, Tanya A; Trevena, Judy A; Ford, Jane B; Patterson, Jillian A; Morris, Jonathan M; Roberts, Christine L. (Wiley, 2015)
      OBJECTIVE To develop and demonstrate the applicability of a classification system for induction of labour (IOL) that fulfils recognised classification system attributes for clinical, surveillance and research purposes. ...
    • Methods of classification for women undergoing induction of labour: A systematic review 

      Nippita, Tanya A; Khambalia, Amina Z; Seeho, Sean; Morris, Jonathan M; Roberts, Christine L. (Wiley, 2015)
      Background: The lack of reproducible methods for classifying women having an induction of labour (IOL) has led to controversies regarding the association of IOL and health outcomes for mother and baby. Objectives: To ...
    • Variation in hospital rates of induction of labour: a population-based record linkage study 

      Nippita, Tanya A; Trevena, Judy A; Patterson, Jillian A; Ford, Jane B; Morris, Jonathan M; Roberts, Christine L. (BMJ Publishing Group, 2015)
      BACKGROUND: Understanding the extent of hospital heterogeneity in induction of labour (IOL) practices to identify areas of practice improvement may result in improved maternity outcomes. We examined inter-hospital variation ...