Elaine S. Burns
Elaine S. Burns
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Immediate or early skin‐to‐skin contact after a C aesarean section: a review of the literature
J Stevens, V Schmied, E Burns, H Dahlen
Maternal & child nutrition 10 (4), 456-473, 2014
Reflexivity in midwifery research: the insider/outsider debate
E Burns, J Fenwick, V Schmied, A Sheehan
Midwifery 28 (1), 52-60, 2012
A meta‐ethnographic synthesis of women's experience of breastfeeding
E Burns, V Schmied, A Sheehan, J Fenwick
Maternal & child nutrition 6 (3), 201-219, 2010
Breastfeeding knowledge and attitudes of health professional students: a systematic review
SF Yang, Y Salamonson, E Burns, V Schmied
International breastfeeding journal 13 (1), 1-11, 2018
Contradictions and conflict: A meta-ethnographic study of migrant women’s experiences of breastfeeding in a new country
V Schmied, H Olley, E Burns, M Duff, CL Dennis, HG Dahlen
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 12 (1), 1-15, 2012
Women’s reasons for, and experiences of, choosing a homebirth following a caesarean section
H Keedle, V Schmied, E Burns, HG Dahlen
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 15, 1-12, 2015
Liquid gold from the milk bar: Constructions of breastmilk and breastfeeding women in the language and practices of midwives
E Burns, V Schmied, J Fenwick, A Sheehan
Social Science & Medicine 75 (10), 1737-1745, 2012
Refugee women’s experiences negotiating motherhood and maternity care in a new country: a meta-ethnographic review
J Pangas, O Ogunsiji, R Elmir, S Raman, P Liamputtong, E Burns, ...
International Journal of Nursing Studies 90, 31-45, 2019
Mining for liquid gold: midwifery language and practices associated with early breastfeeding support
E Burns, J Fenwick, A Sheehan, V Schmied
Maternal & child nutrition 9 (1), 57-73, 2013
A narrative analysis of women's experiences of planning a vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC) in Australia using critical feminist theory
H Keedle, V Schmied, E Burns, HG Dahlen
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 19 (1), 1-15, 2019
Taking the path of least resistance: a qualitative analysis of return to work or study while breastfeeding
E Burns, Z Triandafilidis
International breastfeeding journal 14 (1), 1-13, 2019
“The right help at the right time”: Positive constructions of peer and professional support for breastfeeding
E Burns, V Schmied
Women and Birth 30 (5), 389-397, 2017
Women’s experiences of planning a vaginal birth after caesarean in different models of maternity care in Australia
H Keedle, L Peters, V Schmied, E Burns, W Keedle, HG Dahlen
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 20 (1), 1-15, 2020
The journey from pain to power: a meta-ethnography on women’s experiences of vaginal birth after caesarean
H Keedle, V Schmied, E Burns, HG Dahlen
Women and Birth 31 (1), 69-79, 2018
Skin-to-skin contact and what women want in the first hours after a caesarean section
J Stevens, V Schmied, E Burns, HG Dahlen
Midwifery 74, 140-146, 2019
The professionalising of breast feeding—Where are we a decade on?
L Barclay, J Longman, V Schmied, A Sheehan, M Rolfe, E Burns, ...
Midwifery 28 (3), 281-290, 2012
Place of sanctuary: an appreciative inquiry approach to discovering how communities support breastfeeding and parenting
V Schmied, E Burns, A Sheehan
International Breastfeeding Journal 14, 1-14, 2019
Women who experience feelings of aversion while breastfeeding: A meta-ethnographic review
MA Morns, AE Steel, E Burns, E McIntyre
Women and birth 34 (2), 128-135, 2021
The design, development, and evaluation of a qualitative data collection application for pregnant women
H Keedle, V Schmied, E Burns, H Dahlen
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 50 (1), 47-55, 2018
A meta-ethnographic study of health care staff perceptions of the WHO/UNICEF Baby Friendly Health Initiative
V Schmied, G Thomson, A Byrom, E Burns, A Sheehan, F Dykes
Women and Birth 27 (4), 242-249, 2014
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