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Thorley, Virginia (2012) Accounts of infant-feeding advice received by mothers: Queensland, Australia, 1945-1965. Nursing Reports, 2 1: e12-1-e12-9. doi:10.4081/nursrep.2012.e12 113 1 1
Thorley, Virginia (2014) Assumptions and advice: mothers and Queensland well-baby clinics. A review. Breastfeeding Review, 22 1: 23-30. 53 6 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Thorley, Virginia (2014) Australian school milk schemes to 1974: for the benefit of whom?. Health and History, 16 2: 63-86. doi:10.5401/healthhist.16.2.0063 29 1 0
Thorley, V. G. (2005) Breast hypoplasia and breastfeeding: A case history. Breastfeeding Review, 13 2: 13-16. 200 38 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Thorley, Virginia (2013). Breastmilk feeding: from necessity for a few to life choice. Implications and ethics. In: ILCA 2013: International Lactation Consultant Association Conference & Annual Meeting, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, (). 25-28 July, 2013. 29 8
Thorley, V. (2008) Breasts for hire and shared breastfeeding: Wet nursing and cross feeding in Australia, 1900-2000. Health and History: Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Society of the History of Medicine, 10 1: 88-109. 106   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Phillips, Virginia (1978) 'Brought Up by Hand': Dickens's Pip, Little Paul Dombey and Oliver Twist. Dickensian, 74 386: 144-147. 17  
Thorley, V. G. (2003) Commercial interests and advice on infant feeding: Marketing to mothers in postwar Queensland. Heath and History: Journal of the Australian Society of the History of Medicine, 5 1: 65-89. 49  
Thorley, V. (2000) Complementary and competing roles of volunteers and professionals in the breastfeeding field. International Journal of Self Help and Self Care, 1 2: 131-179. 29  
Thorley, Virginia (2012). Conclusion: going forth from here. In Virginia Thorley and Melissa Clark Vickers (Ed.), The 10th step and beyond: mother support for breastfeeding (pp. 219-221) Amarillo, TX, United States: Hale Publishing. 64 4
Phillips, Virginia (1992) Correcting faulty suck: tongue protrusion and the breastfed infant. Medical Journal of Australia, 156 7: 508-508. 29   2 Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Thorley, V. G. (2005) Cup-feeding in the maternity unit: Commentary. Birth Issues, 14 1: 13-17. 71  
Phillips V. (1991) Evaluation of a voluntary in-service on breastfeeding.. Journal of nursing staff development : JNSD, 7 5: 246-247. 14   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Phillips, Virginia (1985) Facilities for working mothers to breastfeed children. Breastfeeding Review, 1 7: 28-30. 27 14
Thorley, Virginia (2000). Feeding their babies: Infant feeding advice received by Queensland women in the postwar period, 1945-1965 M.A. Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics, The University of Queensland. 183 1157
Thorley, Virginia (2015) Free Supplies and the Appearance of Endorsement: Distribution of Tobacco to Soldiers and Artificial Infant Formula to New Mothers. Journal of Human Lactation, 31 2: 213-215. doi:10.1177/0890334414567776 13   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 2
Thorley, Virginia (2009) Guidelines to improve maternity practices and support breast-feeding are readily available. Southern Medical Journal, 102 2: 222-223. doi:10.1097/SMJ.0b013e3181898802 29   1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Thorley, Virginia (2000) Headaches in breastfeeding women. Birth Issues, 9 3: 85-88. 22  
Thorley, Virginia (2012) Human milk banking in the volunteer sector: Policy development and actuality in 1970s Australia. Midwifery, 28 2: 247-251. doi:10.1016/j.midw.2011.02.001 34 15 0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Thorley, Virginia (2012) Human milk banking to 1985. Breastfeeding Review, 20 1: 17-23. 53 14 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Thorley, Virginia (2012) Human milk use in Australian hospitals, 1949-1985. Breastfeeding Review, 20 2: 13-23. 59 24 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Thorley, Virginia (2000) Impetigo on the nipple and areola. Breastfeeding Review, 8 2: 25-26. 57  
Thorley, Virginia (2013). Induced lactation and relactation. In Rebecca Mannel, Patricia J. Martens and Marsha Walker (Ed.), Core curriculum for lactation consultant practice 3rd ed. (pp. 675-700) Burlington, MA, United States: Jones & Bartlett Learning. 169 10
Thorley, V. and Worgan, R. (2008). Induced lactation and relactation. In Rebecca Mannel, Patricia J. Martens and Marsha Walker (Ed.), Core Curriculum of Lactation Consultant Practice 2nd ed. (pp. 569-593) Sudbury, U.S.A.: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. 88  
Thorley, Virginia (2012) Influences on Australian breastfeeding practice. Women and Birth, 25 3: e44.1-e44.1. doi:10.1016/j.wombi.2011.09.004 54 2 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Thorley, V. (2001) Initiating breastfeeding in postwar Queensland. Breastfeeding Review, 9 3: 21-26. 44  
Thorley, Virginia (2012). Introduction: Mother support as step 10 of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative. In Virginia Thorley and Melissa Clark Vickers (Ed.), The 10th step and beyond: Mother support for breastfeeding (pp. 13-22) Amarillo, TX, United States: Hale Publishing. 118 1
Thorley, Virginia (2000) Inventing Maternity: Politics, Science, and Literature (1650-1865). Journal of Human Lactation, 16 3: 248-249. doi:10.1177/089033440001600317 31   0
Phillips, Virginia (1992) Language, culture identity and empowerment in the dominant culture. Aboriginal Child at School, 20 2: 25-30. 30 46
Thorley, V. G. (2005) Latch and the fear response: Overcoming an obstacle to successful breastfeeding. Breastfeeding Review, 13 1: 9-11. 93 18 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Thorley, Virginia G. (2002) Maternal dietary advice as an artifact of time and culture: Post-world war II Queensland, Australia. Breastfeeding Review, 10 1: 25-29. 53  
Thorley, V. G. (2003) 'Medical mother' Lady Cilento's journalism. Birth Issues, 12 1/2: 19-23. 88  
Thorley, Virginia (2011). Middle-class mothers as activists for change: The Australian Breastfeeding Association. In Andrea O’Reilly (Ed.), The 21st century motherhood movement: Mothers speak out on why we need to change the world and how to do it (pp. 219-232) Toronto, Canada: Demeter Press. 59 4
Thorley, V. (2001) Midwives, trainees and mothers: Maternity hospital conditions in postwar Queensland. Birth Issues, 10 3/4: 101-106. 61  
Thorley, Virginia (2014) Milk siblingship, religious and secular: history, applications, and implications for practice. Women and Birth, 27 4: e16-e19. doi:10.1016/j.wombi.2014.09.003 18   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1
Thorley, Virginia (2005) Mothers' behavior that undermines breastfeeding latch: The fear response. Journal of Human Lactation, 21 3: 243-244. doi:10.1177/0890334405278493 43   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Thorley, Virginia (2009) Mothers' experiences of sharing breastfeeding or breastmilk co-feeding in Australia 1978-2008. Breastfeeding Review, 17 1: 9-18. 87 38 Cited 13 times in Scopus13
Thorley, Virginia (2012) Mothers' experiences of sharing breastfeeding or breastmilk, part 2: The early 21st century. Nursing Reports, 2 1: 4-12. doi:10.4081/nursrep.2012.e2 67 4 3
Thorley, Virginia (2012). Mother support as part of the self-help and mutual aid movement: Historical overview. In Virginia Thorley and Melissa Clark Vickers (Ed.), The 10th step and beyond: Mother support for breastfeeding (pp. 35-43) Amarillo, TX, United States: Hale Publishing. 91 5
Thorley, Virginia Mother to Mother: The history of the Queensland branch of the Australian Breastfeeding Association, 1969 - 2009. Australia: Australian Breastfeeding Association, 2009. 65  
Phillips, Virginia (1983) NMAA as a self-help organisation. Breastfeeding Review, 1 2: 37-39. 19 35
Virginia Thorley (2008) Online Materials Provided to Public by Mother-Support Groups in Breastfeeding: Observations on Readability and Access. International Journal of Self Help and Self Care, 4 1-2: 69-77. 62  
Thorley, V. (2001). Past, present and future: Moving from the authority of the guru to evidence-based practice. In: L. Huxley and W. Brodribb, Breastfeeding: Ancient Art, Modern Miracle. Conference papers, September 2001. International Breastfeeding Conference, Brisbane, (26-32). 13-15 September. 29  
Thorley, V. G. (2003) Printed advice on initiating and maintaining breastfeeding in mid-20th-century Queensland. Journal of Human Lactation, 19 1: 77-89. doi:10.1177/0890334402239738 36   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Phillips, Virginia (1992) Queen Anne's "seventeen disappointments". Medical Journal of Australia, 156 5: 341-342. 20   2 Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Thorley, V. G. (2006) Readability of selected breastfeeding information for mothers: Early twenty-first centure. Birth Issues, 15 2: 47-53. 68  
Thorley, V. G. (2004) Readability of selected breastfeeding information for mothers: Late 20th century. Birth Issues, 13 1: 11-17. 43  
Thorley, V. G. (2004) Reading and understanding research for evidence-based practice. I L C A Globe, web based 1-13. 63  
Thorley, Virginia (2004) Relactation. Breastfeeding Review, 12 3: 27-27. 20  
Thorley, V. G. (2005) Review of No ''one right way'': A handbook for parents - nurturing your new baby in the first three months of life by R Lipsett. Journal of Human Lactation, 21 3: 268-268. 52  

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