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Fullerton, J. T., and R. Severino. "In-hospital care for low-risk childbirth: Comparison with results from the National Birth Center Study." Journal of Nurse Midwifery 37, no. 5 (1992): 331-340.
Murphy, P. A., and J. Fullerton. "Outcomes of intended home births in nurse-midwifery practice: a prospective descriptive study." Obstetrics & Gynecology 92 (1998): 461-470.
Olsen, O. "Meta-analysis of the safety of home birth." Birth 24 (1997): 4-13.
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Rooks, J. P., N. l. Weatherby and E. K. M. Ernst. "The National Birth Center Study, part II: Intrapartum and immediate postpartum and neonatal care." Journal of Nurse Midwifery 37 (1992):301-330.
Schlenska, Peter. "Safety of Alternative Approaches to Childbirth.
Wagner, M. "Midwife-managed care." The Lancet 348 (1996): 208.
Weigers, T. A., et al. "Outcome of planned home birth and planned hospital births in low risk pregnancies: Prospective study in midwifery practices in the Netherlands." BMJ 313, no. 7068 (1996): 1309-1313.
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