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Stewart, M. (2006) Exploring the parallels between birth and death. In: 3rd International Normal Birth Conference, Grage Hotel, Grange-over-Sands, UK, 4th June, 2006.

Stewart, M. (2006) Appraising research into childbirth (Chapter 4). In: Wickham, S., ed. (2006) Appraising Research into Childbirth. London: Elsevier. ISBN 0750688491

Stewart, M. (2005) "I'm just going to wash you down": Sanitising the vaginal examination. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 51 (6). pp. 587-594. ISSN 0309-2402

Jane, H., Brocklehurst, P., McCandlish, R. and Stewart, M. (2005) Report of a structured review of birth centre outcomes. Project Report. National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit.

Stewart, M. (2005) Vaginal examination in labour: Where two knowledge systems collide. In: 27th Triennial Congress of the International Confederation of Midwives, Brisbane, Australia, 28th July, 2005.

Stewart, M. (2004) Sanitised through word and deed: Vaginal examination and midwives' discomfort. In: BSA MedSoc conference, Univeristy of York, UK, 17th September, 2004.

Stewart, M. (2004) Honest pratice? Or, why lying about vaginal examinations undermines normality. In: 2nd International Normal Birth Conference, Grange-over- Sands, UK, 9th June, 2004.

Stewart, M. (2004) "I'm just going to wash you down": Midwives and the 'dirty' vaginal examination. In: Pollution and Safety conference, University of Sheffield, UK, 15th June, 2004.

Stewart, M. (2003) Pregnancy, Birth and Maternity Care: Feminist Perspectives. : UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 0-7506-5601-8

Stewart, M. (2003) Pregnancy, Birth and Maternity Care: Feminist Perspectives. In: Stewart, , ed. (2003) Pregnancy, Birth and Maternity Care: Feminist Perspectives. : UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 0-7506-5601-8

Stewart, M. (2003) The role of the personal tutor in midwifery education: experiences of students and lecturers. In: Transforming healthcare through research, education and technology: international research conference, Conrad Hotel, Dublin, Eire, 6 November 2003.

Stewart, M. (2003) 'It's the belief that's important'. The Practising Midwife, 6 (10). pp. 20-22.

Stewart, M. (2003) Harrogate 2003: a delegate's view. The Practising Midwife, 6 (6). pp. 12-13.

Stewart, M. (2003) Teaching by example - creating a student-centred approach in education. In: Royla College of Midwives annual conference, Harrogate, UK, 13 April 2003.

Swinkels, A., Albarran, J., Means, R., Mitchell, T. and Stewart, M. (2002) Evidence-based practice in health and social care: Where are we now? Journal of Interprofessional Care, 16 (4). pp. 335-347. ISSN 1356-1820

Stewart, M. (2002) Respecting the individual: implications of the Code of Professional Conduct. The Practising Midwife, 5 (10). pp. 32-33.

Stewart, M. (2002) Evidence-based midwifery in the maternity services: Who uses it and why? In: International Confederation of Midwives triennial congress, , April, 2002.

Stewart, M. (2002) Lesbians' experiences of birth and the maternity services. In: International Confederation of Midwives triennial congress, Vienna, Austria, 17th April, 2002.

Rigby, C., Newburn, N., Jones, P., Johanson, R. and Stewart, M. (2002) Suggestions in maternal and child health for the National Technology Assessment Programme: A consideration of consumer and professional priorities. Perspectives in Public Health, 122 (1). pp. 50-54. ISSN 1757-9139

Grant, M. (2002) Visualising for collaboration in sustainable tourism. In: Purdue, D. and Stewart, M., eds. (2002) Understanding Collaboration. Bristol: University of the West of England, pp. 167-69. ISBN 1860433405

Stewart, M. (2001) Whose evidence counts: An exploration of health professionals' perceptions of evidence-based practice, focusing on the maternity services. Midwifery, 17 (4). pp. 279-288. ISSN 0266-6138

Stewart, M. (2001) Whose evidence counts: An exploration of health professionals; perceptions of evidence-based practice, focusing on the maternity services. In: First national evidence-based midwifery conference, Swanwick conference centre, Derbyshire, 27th September, 2001.

Stewart, M. (2000) 'We just want to be ordinary': Lesbian parents talk about their birth experiences. In: 8th International Conference of Maternity Care Researchers, Glasgow University, 6 September 2000.

Stewart, M. (2000) "We just want to be ordinary": Lesbian parents talk about their birth experiences. In: Midwives marking the Millenium: The Diversity of Practice, Bournemouth University, UK, 8th June, 2000.

Stewart, M. (2000) Whose evidence counts: An exploration of health professionals' perceptions of evidence based practice, focusing on the maternity services. In: Midwives marking the Millenium: The Diversity of Practice, Bournemouth University, UK, 8th June, 2000.

Stewart, M. (2000) Vitamin K prophylaxis for neonates. In: Supporting Breastfeeding: Strategies for the new millennium, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, 18th March, 2000.

Rigby, C., Newburn, M., Jones, P., Johanson, R. and Stewart, M. (2000) Improving maternity care: Democratic prioritisation of audit topics as part of a clinical effectiveness programme. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, 10 (2). pp. 252-255. ISSN 0961-5555

Stewart, M. (2000) "We just want to be ordinary": Lesbian parents talk about their birth experiences. In: Midwives Marking the Millennium: The Diversity of Practice, Highcliff Hotel, Bournemouth, 9th January, 2000.

Stewart, M. (2000) Who's evidence counts? An exploration of health professionals' perceptions of evidence based practice, focusing on the maternity services. In: Midwives Marking the Millennium: The Diversity of Practice, Highcliff Hotel, Bournemouth, 8th January, 2000.

Stewart, M. (1999) "We just want to be ordinary": Lesbian parents talk about their birth experiences. In: MIDIRS National Conference, Durham University, Guildford, UK, 2nd March, 1999.

Stewart, M. (1999) Lesbian parents talk about their birth experiences. British Journal of Midwifery, 7 (2). pp. 96-101. ISSN 0969-4900

Stewart, M. (1995) Do you have to know your midwife? British Journal of Midwifery, 3 (1). pp. 19-20.

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