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Journal Publications

  1. De Silva DA, Lisonkova S, von Dadelszen P, Synnes AR, Canadian Perinatal Network Collaborative Group, Magee LA. Timing of delivery in a high-risk obstetric population: a clinical prediction modelBMC Pregnancy Childbirth 2017;17:202.
  2. Robertson JE, Lisonkova S, Lee T, De Silva DA, von Dadelszen P, Synnes AR, Joseph KS, Liston RM, Magee LA. Fetal, infant and maternal outcomes among women with prolapsed membranes admitted before 29 weeks gestationPLOS ONE 2016;11(12):e0168285.
  3. Crane JMG, Magee LA, Lee T, Synnes A, von Dadelszen P, Dalhgren L, De Silva DA, Liston R for the Canadian Perinatal Network (CPN) Collaborative Group. Maternal and perinatal outcomes of pregnancies delivered at 23 weeks' gestationJ Obstet Gynaecol Can 2015;37(3):214-224.
  4. Sabourin J, Lee T, Magee LA, von Dadelszen P, Demianczuk N for the Canadian Perinatal Network Collaborative Group. Indication, Timing and Mode of Delivery in a National Cohort of Women Admitted with Antepartum Hemorrhage at 22+0 to 28+6 weeks gestationJ Obstet Gynaecol Can 2012;34(11):1043-1052.
  5. Magee LA, Fazio M, von Dadelszen P, Massey K, Payne B, and Liston R for the Canadian Perinatal Network (CPN) Collaborative Group. Identifying patients for quality improvement: administrative data vs ward logs. Chronic Dis Inj Can 2011; 32(1): 43-6.
  6. Magee LA, von Dadelszen P, Allen V, Ansermino JM, Audibert F, Barrett J, Brant R, Bujold E, Demianczuk N, Joseph KS, Lee SK, Piedboeuf B, Smith G, Walker M, Whittle W, Wood S, Lee T, Li J, Payne B, and Liston RM for the Canadian Perinatal Network (CPN) Collaborative Group. The Canadian Perinatal Network: a national network focused on threatened preterm birth at 22-28 weeks’ gestationJ Obstet Gynaecol Can 2011;33(2):111-20.
  7. Ezzat H, Magee LA, Ross S, von Dadelszen, Morris T on behalf of the Canadian Perinatal Network Collaborative Group. Ethics review as a component of institutional approval for a multicentre continuous quality improvement project: the investigator's perspectiveBMC Health Serv Res 2010;10:223
  8. Massey AK, Magee LA, Dale S, von Dadelszen P, Claydon J, Morris TJ, Liston RM, Ansermino JM on behalf of the Canadian Perinatal Network Collaborative Group and the British Columbia Perinatal health Program. A current landscape of provincial perinatal data collection in CanadaJ Obstet Gynaecol Can 2008; 31:236-46.
  9. Massey KA, Morris TJ, Liston RM, von Dadelszen P, Ansermino JM, Andruschak J, and Magee LA on behalf of the Canadian Perinatal Network Collaborative Group and the British Columbia Perinatal Health Programme. Building knowledge in maternal and infant care. (Chapter VII). In: Parry D, Parry E (eds). Medical Informatics in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Auckland:IGI, 2008.
  10. Massey KA, Ansermino JM, von Dadelszen P, Morris TJ, Liston RM, Magee LA. What is SNOMED CT and why should the ISSHP care? Hypertens Pregnancy 2009 Feb;28(1):119-21.

Abstracts/Posters

  1. De Silva DA, et al. Timing of delivery in a high-risk obstetric popoulation: a clinical prediction model. Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting (Banff, Feb 2016).
  2. De Silva DA, et al. Can we predict preterm delivery in a high-risk obstetric population? Results from a clinical prediction model based on admission characteristics. 12th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine (Madrid, Nov 2015).
  3. McKeever M, De Silva DA, et al. The natural history of gestational hypertension among women hospitalised at <29 weeks. XIX ISSHP World Congress (New Orleans, Oct 2014).
  4. McKeever M, De Silva DA, et al. Proteinuria and 'adverse conditions' in the classification of pre-eclampsia. XIX ISSHP World Congress (New Orleans, Oct 2014).
  5. De Silva DA, et al. A causal model of magnesium sulphate use in women hospitalised at <29 weeks with severe or non-severe pre-eclampsia. XIX ISSHP World Congress (New Orleans, Oct 2014).
  6. Crane J, et al. Between-Centre Variation in Perinatal and Maternal Outcomes of Women Presenting with Very Preterm Labour. ​J Obstet Gynaecol Can 2012; 34(6): Supp 1: S26-S27.
  7. Crane J, Neonatal and Maternal Outcomes of Infants Born at 23 Weeks' Gestation, SOGC ACM (Ottawa, June 2012). 
  8. Sabourin JN, et al. Indication and mode of deliviery for women admitted with antepartum hemorrhage between 22+0 and 28+6 Weeks. ACOG (October 2011).
  9. Crane J, et al. Between-Centre variation in perinatal and maternal outcomes of women presenting with very preterm labour, SOGC ACM (Vancouver, June 2011).
  10. Crane J, et al. Between-centre variation in perinatal and maternal outcomes of women presenting with very preterm labour, SMGM (San Francisco, Feb 2011).