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19. I. Chalmers Short, Black, Baird, Himsworth and social class differences in fetal and neonatal mortality rates. British Medical Journal, 1985, 291, 231–33.
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35. J. Dennis , & I. Chalmers Very early neonatal seizure rate: A possible epidemiological indicator of the quality of perinatal care. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1982, 89, 418–26.
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43. P. Evans , A. Johnson , L. Mutch , & E. Alberman Report of a meeting on the standardization of the recording and reporting of cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 1986, 28, 547–48.
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53. J. Garcia , & S. Garforth Labour and delivery routines in English consultant maternity units. Midwifery, 1989, 5, 155–62.
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56. S. Garforth , & J. Garcia Admitting — A weakness or a strength? Routine admission of a woman in labour. Midwifery, 1987, 3, 10–24.
57. S. Garforth , & J. Garcia Breastfeeding policies in practice — “No wonder they get con fused.” Midwifery, 1989, 5, 75–83.
65. A. Grant , & M. Hepburn Merits of an individualized approach to fetal movement counting compared with fixed–time and fixed–number methods. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1984, 91, 1087–90.
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69. J. E. Harding , D. R. Elbourne , & W. J. Prendiville Views of mothers and midwives participating in the Bristol randomized, controlled trial of active management of the third stage of labor. Birth, 1989, 16, 1–6.
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73. M. J. R. Houston , & P. A. Field Practices and policies of the initiation of breastfeeding. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecological and Neonatal Nursing, 1988, 17, 418–24.
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76. A. Johnson , & H. Ashurst Screening for sensrineural deafness by health visitors. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1990, 65, 841–45
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84. D. MacDonald , A. Grant , M. Sheridan-Pereira , The Dublin randomized controlled trial of intrapartum fetal heart rate monitoring. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1985, 152, 524–39.
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92. A. J. Macfarlane , S. Cole , & E. Hey Comparisons of data from regional perinatal mortality surveys. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1986, 93, 1224–32.
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97.Medical Research Council Working Party on Cervical Cerclage. Interim report of the Medical Research Council/Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists multicentre randomised controlled trial of cervical cerclage. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1988, 95, 437–45.
98. P. Minchom , K. Niswander , I. Chalmers , Antecedents and outcome of very early neonatal seizures in infants born at or after term. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1987, 94, 431–39.
100. K. Mohamed , A. Grant , H. Ashurst , & D. James The Southmead perineal suture study: A randomized comparison of suture materials and suturing techniques for repair of perineal trauma. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1989, 96, 1272–80.
103. M. Mugford , J. Kingston , & I. Chalmers Reducing the incidence of infection after caesarean section: Implications of prophylaxis with antibiotics for hospital resources. British Medical Journal, 1989, 299, 1003–06.
105. M. Mugford , J. Piercy , & I. Chalmers Cost implications of different approaches to the prevention of respiratory distress syndrome. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1991, 66, 757–64.
106. M. Mugford , M. Somchiwong , & I. Waterhouse Treatment of umbilical cords: A randomized trial to assess the effect of treatment methods on the work of midwives. Midwifery, 1986, 2, 177–86.
108. M. Mugford , A. Szczepura , A. Lodwick , & J. Stilwell Factors affecting the outcome of maternity care II. Neonatal outcomes and resources beyond the hospital of birth. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 1988, 42, 170–76.
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122. A. Oakley Social consequences of obstetric technology: How to measure ‘soft’ outcomes. Birth, 1983, 10, 99–108.
124. A. Oakley The effect of the mother's work on the infant. In G. Chamberlain (ed.), Pregnant women at work. London: Royal Society of Medicine/Macmillan Press, 1984,117–32.
128. A. Oakley , L. Rajan , & A. Grant Social support and pregnancy outcome. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1990, 97, 155–62.
129. W. J. Prendiville , J. E. Harding , D. R. Elbourne , & G. M. Stirrat The Bristol third stage trial: Active versus physiological management of third stage of labour. British Medical Journal, 1988, 297, 1295–300.
130. J. Proud , & A. Grant Third trimester placental grading by ultrasonography as a test of fetal wellbeing. British Medical Journal, 1987, 294, 1641–44.
131. L. Quam Improving clinical effectiveness in the NHS: An alternative to the white paper. British Medical Journal, 1989, 299, 448–50.
136. J. Sleep & A. Grant Pelvic floor exercises in post-natal care. Midwifery, 1987, 3,158–64.
138. J. Sleep , & A. Grant Relief of perineal pain following childbirth. A survey of midwifery practice. Midwifery, 1988, 4, 118–22.
139. J. Sleep , A. Grant , J. Garcia , West Berkshire perineal management trial. British Medical Journal, 1984, 289, 587–90.
141. J. Spencer , A. Grant , D. Elbourne , A randomized comparison of glycerol-impregnated chromic catgut with untreated chromic catgut for the repair of perineal trauma. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1986, 93, 426–30.
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143. J. Stilwell , A. Szczepura , & M. Mugford Factors affecting the outcome of maternity care I. The relationship between staffing and perinatal deaths at the hospital of birth. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 1988, 42, 157–69.
144. A. Szczepura , M. Mugford , & J. A. Stilwell Information for managers in hospitals: Representing maternity unit statistics graphically. British Medical Journal, 1987, 294, 875–80.
146. A. Vacca , A. Grant , G. Wyatt , & I. Chalmers Portsmouth operative delivery trial: A comparison of vacuum extraction and forceps delivery. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1983, 90, 1107–12.
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