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2010Assessing Pregnant Women's Compliance with Different Alcohol Guidelines: An 11-Year Prospective StudyElliott, Elizabeth; Burns, Lucy A; Dunlop, Adrian J; Loxton, Deborah J; Powers, Jennifer R; Shakeshaft, Anthony; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthAssessing Pregnant Women's Compliance with Different Alcohol Guidelines: An 11-Year Prospective Study, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.192, 12,pp 690-693
2012Clinical Features and Correlates of Outcomes for High-Risk, Marginalized Mothers and Newborn Infants Engaged with a Specialist Perinatal and Family Drug Health Service.Haber, Paul; Burns, Lucy A; Hutchinson, Delyse; Rapee, Ronald M.; Stephens, Christine; Taylor, Lee; Central Clinical School: Addiction MedicineClinical Features and Correlates of Outcomes for High-Risk, Marginalized Mothers and Newborn Infants Engaged with a Specialist Perinatal and Family Drug Health Service., Obstetrics and Gynecology International, vol.2012, N/A, 2012,pp 1-8
2011Geographic and Maternal Characteristics Associated with Alcohol Use in PregnancyElliott, Elizabeth; Black, Emma; Burns, Lucy A; Dunlop, Adrian J; Loxton, Deborah J; Powers, Jennifer R; Shakeshaft, Anthony; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthGeographic and Maternal Characteristics Associated with Alcohol Use in Pregnancy, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, vol.35, 7, 2011,pp 1230-1237
2011Psychosocial Characteristics and Obstetric Health of Women Attending a Specialist Substance Use Antenatal Clinic in a Large Metropolitan HospitalHaber, Paul; Burns, Lucy A; Conroy, Elizabeth; Hutchinson, Delyse; Moore, Elizabeth A.; Central Clinical School: Addiction MedicinePsychosocial Characteristics and Obstetric Health of Women Attending a Specialist Substance Use Antenatal Clinic in a Large Metropolitan Hospital, International Journal of Pediatrics, vol.2011, Article ID 729237, 2011,pp 1-7