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2010Effect of treatment of gestational diabetes mellitus on obesity in the next generationGillman, M.; Oakey, H.; Baghurst, P.; Volkmer, R.; Robinson, J.; Crowther, C.
2010Antenatal interventions for overweight or obese pregnant women: a systematic review of randomised trialsDodd, J.; Grivell, R.; Crowther, C.; Robinson, J.
2011Limiting weight gain in overweight and obese women during pregnancy to improve health outcomes: the LIMIT randomised controlled trialDodd, J.; Turnbull, D.; McPhee, A.; Wittert, G.; Crowther, C.; Robinson, J.
2012Elective birth at 37 weeks of gestation versus standard care for women with an uncomplicated twin pregnancy at term: the Twins Timing of Birth Randomised TrialDodd, J.; Crowther, C.; Haslam, R.; Robinson, J.
2003Stillbirth and neonatal outcomes in South Australia, 1991-2000Dodd, J.; Robinson, J.; Crowther, C.; Chan, A.
2007Screening for gestational diabetes: The effect of varying blood glucose definitions in the prediction of adverse maternal and infant health outcomesDodd, J.; Crowther, C.; Antoniou, G.; Baghurst, P.; Robinson, J.
2006Neonatal respiratory distress after antenatal corticosteroids - ReplyCrowther, C.; Haslam, R.; Hiller, J.; Doyle, L.; Robinson, J.
2012Planned vaginal birth or elective repeat caesarean: patient preference restricted cohort with nested randomised trialCrowther, C.; Dodd, J.; Hiller, J.; Haslam, R.; Robinson, J.
2013Australasian randomised trial to evaluate the role of maternal intramuscular dexamethasone versus betamethasone prior to preterm birth to increase survival free of childhood neurosensory disability (A*STEROID): Study protocolCrowther, C.; Harding, J.; Middleton, P.; Andersen, C.; Ashwood, P.; Robinson, J.
2017Vaginal progesterone pessaries for pregnant women with a previous preterm birth to prevent neonatal respiratory distress syndrome (the PROGRESS Study): A multicentre, randomised, placebo-controlled trialCrowther, C.; Ashwood, P.; McPhee, A.; Flenady, V.; Tran, T.; Dodd, J.; Robinson, J.