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Belton, Suzanne, Mulligan, Ea, Gerry, Felicity, Hyland, Paul and Skinner, Virginia (2016). Mifepristone by prescription: not quite a reality in the Northern Territory of Australia. Contraception,94(4):378-379. 43   2
Saxton, Anne, Fahy, Kathleen, Rolfe, Margaret L., Skinner, Virginia and Hastie, Carolyn (2015). Does skin-to-skin contact and breast feeding at birth affect the rate of primary postpartum haemorrhage: Results of a cohort study. Midwifery,31(11):1110-1117. 21   77
Choi, Jeong-Hwa, Yates, Zoe, Martin, Charlotte, Boyd, Lyndell, Ng, Xiaowei, Skinner, Virginia, Wai, Ron, Kim, Jeongseon, Woo, Hae, Veysey, Martin and Lucock, Mark (2015). Genetic Variation in Glutamate Carboxypeptidase II and Interaction with Dietary Natural Vitamin C May Predict Risk for Adenomatous Polyp Occurrence. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention,16(10):4383-4386. 31   0
Lucock, Mark, Yates, Zoe, Boyd, Lyndell, Naylor, Charlotte, Choi, Jeong-Hwa, Ng, Xiaowei, Skinner, Virginia, Wai, Ron, Kho, Jeremy, Tang, Sa, Roach, Paul and Veysey, Martin (2013). Vitamin C-related nutrient-nutrient and nutrient-gene interactions that modify folate status. European Journal of Nutrition,52:569-582. 23  
Skinner, Virginia, Madison, Jeanne and Harris, Judy Humphries (2012). Job satisfaction of Australian nurses and midwives: A descriptive research study. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing,29(4):19-27. 25  
Mollart, Lyndall, Skinner, Virginia, Newing, Carol and Foureur, Maralyn (2011). Factors that may influence midwives work-related stress and burnout. Women and Birth,26(1):26-32. 41   0
Skinner, Virginia, Agho, Kingsley, Lee-White, Trish and Harris, Judy (2007). The development of a tool to assess levels of stress and burnout. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing,24(4):8-13. 34  
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Skinner, Virginia (2009). Individual responses to stress and burnout : workplace issues for Australian nurses and midwives. PhD Thesis, University of New England. 129 2662