Shahla Meedya
Shahla Meedya
Verified email at uow.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Factors that positively influence breastfeeding duration to 6 months: a literature review
S Meedya, K Fahy, A Kable
Women and birth 23 (4), 135-145, 2010
5482010
Advanced maternal age and obstetric morbidity for women giving birth in V ictoria, A ustralia: A population‐based study
MA Biro, MA Davey, M Carolan, M Kealy
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 52 (3), 229-234, 2012
652012
Birth centers in Australia: A national population‐based study of perinatal mortality associated with giving birth in a birth center
SK Tracy, H Dahlen, S Caplice, P Laws, YA Wang, MB Tracy, E Sullivan
Birth 34 (3), 194-201, 2007
592007
EMDR in the addiction continuing care process: Case study of a cross-addicted female's treatment and recovery
J Marich
Journal of EMDR Practice and Research 3 (2), 98, 2009
402009
In‐hospital formula supplementation of breastfed babies: A population‐based survey
MA Biro, GA Sutherland, JS Yelland, P Hardy, SJ Brown
Birth 38 (4), 302-310, 2011
382011
Is simulation a substitute for real life clinical experience in midwifery? A qualitative examination of perceptions of educational leaders
L McKenna, F Bogossian, H Hall, S Brady, S Fox-Young, S Cooper
Nurse education today 31 (7), 682-686, 2011
362011
Increasing breastfeeding rates to six months among nulliparous women: a quasi-experimental study
S Meedya, K Fahy, J Yoxall, J Parratt
Midwifery 30 (3), e137-e144, 2014
262014
The perspectives of obese women receiving antenatal care: a qualitative study of women's experiences
CR Knight-Agarwal, LT Williams, D Davis, R Davey, R Shepherd, ...
Women and Birth 29 (2), 189-195, 2016
232016
Supporting women to achieve breastfeeding to six months postpartum–The theoretical foundations of a successful program
S Meedya, K Fahy, J Parratt, J Yoxall
Women and Birth 28 (4), 265-271, 2015
162015
Safety and efficacy of antenatal milk expressing for women with diabetes in pregnancy: protocol for a randomised controlled trial
DA Forster, S Jacobs, LH Amir, P Davis, SP Walker, K McEgan, G Opie, ...
BMJ open 4 (10), e006571, 2014
132014
Effect of educational and support interventions on long-term breastfeeding rates in primiparous women: a systematic review and meta-analysis
S Meedya, R Fernandez, K Fahy
JBI database of systematic reviews and implementation reports 15 (9), 2307-2332, 2017
112017
Vaginal examination during normal labor: routine examination or routine intervention?
H Dahlen, S Downe, M Duff, G Gyte
International Journal of Childbirth 3 (3), 142-152, 2013
82013
Exercise and dementia in nursing homes: Views of staff and family carers
L Brett, V Traynor, P Stapley, S Meedya
Journal of aging and physical activity 26 (1), 89-96, 2018
62018
Effects and feasibility of an exercise intervention for individuals living with dementia in nursing homes: study protocol
L Brett, V Traynor, P Stapley, S Meedya
International psychogeriatrics 29 (9), 1565-1577, 2017
62017
Work based assessment of teamwork: an interprofessional approach.
J Thistlethwaite, D Forman, R Dunston, MC Moran
Office for Learning and Teaching Australia, 2015
62015
Towards the Humanisation of Birth
E Newnham, L McKellar, J Pincombe
Springer International Publishing:, 2018
52018
The health and health preparation of long-term Australian travellers
E Halcomb, M Stephens, E Smyth, S Meedya, S Tillott
Australian Journal of Primary Health 23 (4), 386-390, 2017
52017
Impressions of using the Cohen-Mansfield Agitation Inventory as an outcome measure: Lessons learnt for future clinical researchers (innovative practice)
L Brett, V Traynor, S Meedya, P Stapley
Dementia, 1471301217695910, 2017
52017
Hearing, listening, action: Enhancing nursing practice through aural awareness education
A Collins, R Vanderheide, L McKenna
Contemporary nurse 47 (1-2), 108-118, 2014
52014
Hand hygiene “hall monitors”: leveraging the Hawthorne effect
EG McDonald, E Smyth, L Smyth, TC Lee
American journal of infection control 46 (6), 706-707, 2018
42018
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