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Murray C, Thomas E, Pollock W. Vaginal pessaries: can an educational brochure help patients to better understand their care? Journal of Clinical Nursing. 2017;26:140-7. 


Ayala Quintanilla BP, Taft A, McDonald S, Pollock W. Social determinants and maternal exposure to intimate partner violence of obstetric patients with severe maternal morbidity in the intensive care unit: a systematic review protocol. BMJ Open. 2016;6:e013270. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013270 

Ayala Quintanilla BP, Taft A, McDonald S, Pollock W. An examination of femicides in Peru between 2009 and 2014. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics. 2016;134:342-343. 

Wang YA, Chughtai AA, Farquhar CM, Pollock W, Lui K, Sullivan EA. Increased incidence of gestational hypertension and preeclampsia after assisted reproductive technology treatment. Fertility and sterility. 2016;105:920-926. 

Flood M, Pollock W, Mc Donald S, Davey M-A.Trams, trains, planes and automobiles: logistics of conducting a state-wide audit of medical records. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 2016;40:448-450.


McDonnell N, Knight M, Peek MJ, Ellwood D, Homer CS, McLintock C, Vaughan G, Pollock W, Li Z, Javid N, Sullivan E & on behalf of AMOSS. Amniotic fluid embolism: an Australian-New Zealand population-based study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 2015;15:352.

Sullivan E, Dickinson J, Vaughan G, Peek M, Ellwood D, Homer C, Knight M, McLintock C, Wang A, Pollock W, Jackson Pulver L, Li Z, Javid N, Denney-Wilson E, Callaway L and on behalf of the Australasian Maternity Outcomes Surveillance System (AMOSS) Maternal super-obesity and perinatal outcomes in Australia: a national population-based cohort study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2015, 15:322.

McCarthy E, Pollock W, Tapper L, Sommerville M, McDonald S. Increasing uptake of influenza vaccine by pregnant women post H1N1 pandemic: a longitudinal study in Melbourne, Australia, 2010 to 2014. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 2015;15(1):53.


Jeston S, McDonald S, Pollock W. A survey of inotrope and vasopressor line change practices in Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Intensive Care Units. Journal of Neonatal Nursing. 2014;20:69-76.


McCarthy M, McDonald S, Pollock W. Triage of pregnant women in the emergency department: evaluation of a triage decision aid. Emergency Medicine Journal. 2013;30:117-22.


McCarthy EA, Pollock WE, Nolan T, Hay S, McDonald S. Improving influenza vaccination coverage in pregnancy in Melbourne 2010–2011. ANZJOG. 2012;52(4):334-41.

Vaughan G, Pollock W, Peek MJ, Knight M, Ellwood D, Homer CS, et al. Ethical issues: The multi-centre low-risk ethics/governance review process and AMOSS. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2012;52(2):195-203.


Pollock W, Harley N, Nelson S. Maternal severity of illness across levels of care: a prospective study. Australian Critical Care. 2011;24:218-28.

East C, Conway K, Pollock W, Brennecke S, on behalf of Australian Action on Pre-eclampsia. Women’s experiences of pre-eclampsia: Australian Action on Pre-eclampsia survey of women and their confidants. Journal of Pregnancy. [Article ID 375653, 6 pages - doi:10.1155/2011/375653]


Pollock W., Rose L., Dennis C-L. Pregnant and postpartum admissions to the intensive care unit: a systematic review. Intensive Care Medicine. Published on-line 15 July, 2010. [doi: 10.1007/s00134-010-1951-0]. Print copy- 2010;36(9):1465-1474. (IF-4.99)

The ANZIC Influenza Investigators* and the Australasian Maternity Outcomes Surveillance System: Seppelt I, Sullivan E, Bellomo R, Ellwood D, Finfer S, Howe B, Knight M, McArthur C, McDonnell N, McLintock C, Morgan T, Morrison S, Nguyen N, Peek M, Pollock W, Vaughan G, Webb S, Wang A. Critical Illness Due To Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 In Pregnant and Postpartum Women. British Medical Journal 2010; 340:c1279 (doi:10.1136/bmj.c1279).


Phillips L, McLintock C, Pollock W, Gatt S, Popham P, Jankelowitz G, Ogle R, Cameron P. Recombinant Activated Factor VII in obstetric haemorrhage: experiences from the Australian and New Zealand Haemostasis Register. Anesthesia & Analgesia 2009;109:1908-1915.

Gerdtz MF, Chu M, Collins M, Considine J, Crellin D, Sands N, Stewart C. Pollock WE. Factors influencing consistency of triage using the Australasian Triage Scale: Implications for guideline development. Emerg Med Australasia, 2009;21(4):277-285.


Kildea S, Pollock W, Barclay L. Making pregnancy safer – maternal death review in Australia. Aust & NZ J Obstet Gynaecol, 2008;48(2):130-136.

Pollock W, Sullivan E, Nelson S, King J. Capacity to monitor severe maternal morbidity in Australia. Aust & NZ J Obstet Gynaecol, 2008;48(1):17-25.


Pollock W. Caring for pregnant and postnatal women in ICU: what do we know? Australian Critical Care, 2006;19(2):54-65.


Pollock W, Nelson S.  Core Research Teams: a strategy to research critically ill pregnant and postnatal women. Contemporary Nurse, 2002;14(1):95-105.


Book Chapters

Pollock W, Kingwell E. Chapter 28 ‘Pregnant and postpartum considerations’ in Aitken L, Marshall A, Chaboyer W [eds]. ACCCN’s Critical Care Nursing 3rd ed. Sydney, Elsevier.

Pollock W, Morse K. Chapter 5 ‘Nursing and midwifery considerations in the ICU setting’ in Van de Velde M, Scholefield H, Plante L [eds] Maternal Critical Care. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. 2013.

Pollock W, Fitzpatrick C. Chapter 26 ‘Pregnant and postpartum considerations’ in Elliott D, Aitken L, Chaboyer W [eds]. ACCCN’s Critical Care Nursing 2nd ed. Sydney, Elsevier. 2012.

Invited editorial

Pollock W, King J. [editorial]. Inequalities in maternal health. BMJ, 2009;338:670-671.


Emergency Triage Education Kit (2007). Australian Government Department of Health and Aging. Contributed Chapter 9 – Pregnancy and triage.

Maternal deaths in Australia 2000-2002. Sullivan EA & King JF (eds). (2006). AIHW Cat. No. PER 32. Sydney: AIHW National Perinatal Statistics Unit. (Maternal Deaths Series No 2). Contributed to the interpretation of data and the writing of the report.

Maternal deaths in Australia 1997-1999. Slaytor EK, Sullivan EA & King JF. (2004). AIHW Cat. No. PER 24. Sydney: AIHW National Perinatal Statistics Unit. (Maternal Deaths Series No 1). Contributed to the interpretation of data and the writing of the report.