Rana Islamiah Zahroh
Rana Islamiah Zahroh
Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, The University of Melbourne
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‘We are going into battle without appropriate armour’: A qualitative study of Indonesian midwives’ experiences in providing maternity care during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Hazfiarini, S Akter, CSE Homer, RI Zahroh, MA Bohren
Women and Birth 35 (5), 466-474, 2022
Factors affecting use of magnesium sulphate for pre‐eclampsia or eclampsia: a qualitative evidence synthesis
KE Eddy, JP Vogel, RI Zahroh, MA Bohren
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 129 (3), 379-391, 2022
Indonesian midwives’ perspectives on changes in the provision of maternity care during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative study
A Hazfiarini, RI Zahroh, S Akter, CSE Homer, MA Bohren
Midwifery 108, 103291, 2022
Trends and sociodemographic inequalities in the use of caesarean section in Indonesia, 1987-2017
RI Zahroh, G Disney, AP Betrán, MA Bohren
BMJ global health 5 (12), e003844, 2020
Factors influencing appropriate use of interventions for management of women experiencing preterm birth: A mixed-methods systematic review and narrative synthesis
RI Zahroh, A Hazfiarini, KE Eddy, JP Vogel, Ӧ Tunçalp, N Minckas, ...
PLoS medicine 19 (8), e1004074, 2022
Community-based doulas for migrant and refugee women: a mixed-method systematic review and narrative synthesis
SML Khaw, RI Zahroh, K O'Rourke, RE Dearnley, C Homer, MA Bohren
BMJ global health 7 (7), e009098, 2022
Factors influencing the implementation of labour companionship: formative qualitative research in Thailand
S Rungreangkulkij, A Ratinthorn, P Lumbiganon, RI Zahroh, C Hanson, ...
BMJ open 12 (5), e054946, 2022
Cost-effectiveness of antenatal corticosteroids and tocolytic agents in the management of preterm birth: A systematic review
E Sebastian, C Bykersma, A Eggleston, KE Eddy, ST Chim, RI Zahroh, ...
EClinicalMedicine 49, 2022
Preventing infection at birth with antibiotics and antiseptics: a mixed-methods systematic review (protocol)
K Eddy, J Vogel, L Comrie-Thomson, R Zahroh, M Bonet
Economic evaluations of maternal health interventions: a scoping review
KE Eddy, A Eggleston, ST Chim, RI Zahroh, E Sebastian, C Bykersma, ...
F1000Research, 2023
Educational interventions targeting pregnant women to optimise the use of caesarean section: What are the essential elements? A qualitative comparative analysis
RI Zahroh, K Sutcliffe, D Kneale, M Vazquez Corona, AP Betrán, N Opiyo, ...
BMC Public Health 23 (1), 1851, 2023
Factors affecting the use of antibiotics and antiseptics to prevent maternal infection at birth: A global mixed-methods systematic review
KE Eddy, RI Zahroh, MA Bohren, M Bonet, CSE Homer, JP Vogel
Plos one 17 (9), e0272982, 2022
Interventions targeting healthcare providers to optimise use of caesarean section: a qualitative comparative analysis to identify important intervention features
RI Zahroh, D Kneale, K Sutcliffe, M Vazquez Corona, N Opiyo, ...
BMC Health Services Research 22 (1), 1526, 2022
The use of GRADE-CERQual in qualitative evidence synthesis: an evaluation of fidelity and reporting
M Wainwright, RI Zahroh, Ö Tunçalp, A Booth, MA Bohren, J Noyes, ...
Health Research Policy and Systems 21 (1), 77, 2023
Factors affecting the implementation of calcium supplementation strategies during pregnancy to prevent pre-eclampsia: a mixed-methods systematic review
G Cormick, H Moraa, RI Zahroh, J Allotey, T Rocha, JP Peña-Rosas, ...
BMJ open 13 (12), e070677, 2023
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