One of the top raking authors for The Conversation with 232,803 readers, 435 article comments (21 articles in total).
- Dahlen H. (July 13th 2016). Parent education and complementary therapies reduce birthing risks https://theconversation.com/parent-education-and-complementary-therapies-reduce-birthing-risks-62417
- Dahlen H. (July 1st 2016). Explainer: What are women’s options for giving birth? https://theconversation.com/explainer-what-are-womens-options-for-giving-birth-55133
- Dahlen, H. (Dec 17th 2015). Why labour is such a pain – and how to reduce it. https://theconversation.com/why-labour-is-such-a-pain-and-how-to-reduce-it-48092
- Dahlen, H., Keedle, H. (October 12th 2015). Explainer: Vaginal Birth after Caesarean section https://theconversation.com/explainer-vaginal-birth-after-caesarean-48328
- Dahlen, H. (June 15th 2015). Delay clamping babies’ umbilical cords for better health and development. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/delay-clamping-babies-umbilical-cords-for-better-health-and-development-42406
- Dahlen, H. (January 15th 2015). Episiotomy during childbirth: not just a little snip. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/episiotomy-during-childbirth-not-just-a-little-snip-36062
The Ethics Centre
- Dahlen H., Hazard B. (August 2nd 2016). Don’t throw the birth plan out with the bathwater. http://www.ethics.org.au/on-ethics/blog/august-2016/don’t-throw-the-birth-plan-out-with-the-bath-water
- Dahlen, H. (April 9th 2015). “But your child might die” The right to defy doctor’s orders. http://www.ethics.org.au/on-ethics/our-articles/april-2015-(1)/part-two-‘but-your-child-might-die’-the-right-to-d (most downloaded article of all time)
Nursing and Midwifery Council New South Wales Newsletter
- Dahlen, H.G. (December 2015). Why working in a group is safe – not just for women but for midwives too. http://www.hpca.nsw.gov.au/home/publications-and-policies/newsletter/why-working-in-a-group-is-safe-not-just-for-women-but-for-midwives-too
- Dahlen, H. (May 22nd 2014). Birth intervention – and harm-more likely in private hospitals. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/birth-intervention-and-harm-more-likely-in-private-hospitals-26801
- Tracy, S., Dahlen, H. (February 5th 2014). Call the Midwife: Playing catch up with Australia’s maternity care. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/call-the-midwife-playing-catch-up-with-australias-maternity-care-22544
- Dahlen H. (25th November 2013). From barber surgeons to car mechanics: the technologies of vaginal birth. The Conversation https://theconversation.com/from-barber-surgeons-to-car-mechanics-the-technologies-of-vaginal-birth-20474
- Dahlen H. (22nd August 2013). We need to protect new mothers from trauma and suicide. The Conversation, https://theconversation.com/we-need-to-protect-new-mothers-from-trauma-and-suicide-17254.
- Dahlen H. (26th July 2013). Are we cutting umbilical cords too soon after birth? The Conversation https://theconversation.com/are-we-cutting-umbilical-cords-too-soon-after-birth-15420.
- Dahlen H. (26th March 2013). Can caesarean sections increase susceptibility to disease? The Conversation https://theconversation.com/can-caesarean-sections-increase-susceptibility-to-disease-12334.
- June 2012. Crikey: Are Australian women’s birthing rights now perched on a slippery slope?
- May 2012. The Conversation. Pushing homebirth underground raises safety concerns. http://theconversation.edu.au/pushing-home-birth-underground-raises-safety-concerns-6825
- February 2012. The Conversation. http://theconversation.edu.au/for-some-women-unassisted-home-births-are-worth-the-risks-5179
- January 2012. The Conversation. Forget ‘too posh to push’ – doctors are behind the rise in c-sections. http://theconversation.edu.au/forget-too-posh-to-push-doctors-are-behind-the-rise-in-c-sections-4986.
- April 2011. Crikey. Homebirths: Its time to broaden the focus of the debate. http://blogs.crikey.com.au/croakey/2011/11/14/home-births-its-time-to-broaden-the-focus-of-the-debate/
- Dahlen, H. & Tracy, S. (2010). Private Hospitals Safer for mothers and babies? http://inside.org.au/risky-research/
- Dahlen, H. & Homer, C. (2010). More critique of the homebirth study and is reporting by the media. http://blogs.crikey.com.au/croakey/2010/01/20/more-critique-of-the-homebirth-study-and-its-reporting-by-the-media/