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Prof Hannah Dahlen

Affiliate Researcher

Contact Prof Dahlen

h.dahlen@westernsydney.edu.au

Fields of research

  • Nursing
  • Public Health and Health Services

Publications

B1 - Book Chapter

  • Hannah G. Dahlen, Kathryn Gutteridge 2015, Stop the fear and embrace birth, in The Roar Behind the Silence: Why Kindness, Compassion and Respect Matter in Maternity Care, eds Byrom, Sheena, Downe, SooPinter & Martin, U.K., pp. 98-104, ISBN 9781780661803
  • Hannah Dahlen 2010, Perineal care and repair, in Midwifery Preparation for Practice, eds Pairman, S. Tracy, S., Thoroughgood, C.Elsevier, Sydney, pp. 543-563, ISBN 9780729539289
  • Nicky Leap, Hannah Dahlen, Pat Brodie, Sally Tracy, Juliet Thorpe 2010, Relationships - the glue that holds it all together, in Sustainability, Midwifery and Birth, eds Lorna Davies, Rea Daellenbach, Mary KensingtonRoutledge, Oxfordshire, UK, , ISBN 9780415563338

C1 - Journal Article

Grants

  • 2018 Suturing of the perineum following vaginal birth: A mixed methods study Holly Priddis; Australian College of Midwives.
  • 2013 Characteristics, trends, co-admissions and service needs of women admitted to residential parenting services in the year following giving birth in New South Wales Hannah Dahlen, Virginia Schmied, Cathrine Fowler, Robert Mills, Marie Dickinson, Yvonne McCann, Jane Kookarkin; Karitane.
  • 2013 Characteristics, trends, co-admissions and service needs of women admitted to residential parenting services in the year following giving birth in New South Wales Hannah Dahlen, Virginia Schmied, Cathrine Fowler, Robert Mills, Marie Dickinson, Yvonne McCann, Jane Kookarkin; Australian Research Council (ACRG).
  • 2013 Characteristics, trends, co-admissions and service needs of women admitted to residential parenting services in the year following giving birth in New South Wales Hannah Dahlen, Virginia Schmied, Cathrine Fowler, Robert Mills, Marie Dickinson, Yvonne McCann, Jane Kookarkin; Royal Society for the Welfare of Mothers & Babies.
  • 2012 Antenatal interactions between midwives working in continuity of care models and midwives working in fragmented maternity care models: An ethnographic study Hannah Dahlen, Virginia Schmied, Elaine Burns, Sally Tracy; Western Sydney University.