Walker S (2018) Response to: vaginal birth in breech presentation in mobidly obese women, Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Walker S (2017) Competence and expertise in physiological breech birth, PhD Thesis deposited at City Research Online
Walker S, Parker P, Scamell M (2018) Expertise in physiological breech birth: A mixed methods study. Birth. 45(2):202-209.
Walker S, Scamell M, Parker P (2018) Deliberate acquisition of competence in physiological breech birth: A grounded theory study. Women & Birth 31(3):e170-e177.
Walker S, Breslin E, Scamell M, Parker P (2017) Effectiveness of vaginal breech birth training strategies: an integrative review of the literature. Birth. 44(2):101-9. (Author version archived at City Research Online)
Walker S, Reading C, Silverwood-Cope O, Cochrane V (2017) Physiological breech birth: Evaluation of a training programme for birth professionals. The Practising Midwife. 20(2): 25-8. (Extended Author Version)
Walker S, Scamell M, Parker P (2016) Principles of physiological breech birth practice: A Delphi Study. Midwifery. 43:1-6. (Author version archived at City Research Online)
Fineberg A, Maher B, Walker S (2016) Upright vaginal breech birth, film presented at the Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Washington Convention Centre, 14 May 2016.
Walker S, Scamell M, Parker P (2016) Standards for maternity care professionals attending planned upright breech births. Midwifery. 34:7-14. (Author version archived at City Research Online)
Walker S, Perilakalathil P, Moore J, Gibbs C, Reavell K, Crozier K (2015). Standards for midwife practitioners of external cephalic version: A Delphi study. Midwifery [Online] Available from: doi:10.1016/j.midw.2015.01.004 (Author version archived at City Research Online)
Walker S (2014). To ECV or not to ECV? The current evidence base concerning external cephalic version. The Practising Midwife 17(9):30-33(4). (Archived at City Research Online)
Plested M, Walker S (2014) Building confident ways of working around higher risk birth choices. Essentially MIDIRS 5(9):13-16. (Archived at City Research Online)
Walker S, Powell R (2014) Low overall mortality and morbidity for breech babies in the Netherlands. Acta Obstetrica et Gynecologica Scandinavica DOI: 10.1111/aogs.12497. (Available on ResearchGate)
Walker S, Sabrosa R (2014) Assessment of fetal presentation: Exploring a woman-centred approach. British Journal of Midwifery 22(4):240-244. (Author version archived at City Research Online)
Walker S (2013) Undiagnosed breech: Towards a woman-centred approach. British Journal of Midwifery 21(5):316–22. (Author version archived at City Research Online)
Walker S, Batinelli L, Rocca-Ihenacho L, McCourt C (2018) ‘Keeping Birth Normal’: Exploratory evaluation of a training package for midwives in an inner-city, alongside midwifery unit. Midwifery (in press)
Understanding the roots of health inequalities requires new methods, mini commentary on Sauvegrain et al’s Exploring the hypothesis of differential care for African immigrant and native women in France with hypertensive disorders during pregnancy: a qualitative study (BJOG, 2017)
Response to Six ‘biases’ against patients and carers in evidence-based medicine, Greenhalgh T, Snow R, Ryan S and Salisbury H (2015) BMC Medicine 13:200, doi:10.1186/s12916-015-0437-x
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