magazine articles

Reed, R 2019, ‘Interview with Dr Rachel Reed – author of Why Induction Matters and MidwifeThinking blog’, Science & Sensibility: https://www.scienceandsensibility.org/blog/rachel-reed-interview

Reed, R 2018, ‘Post-dates pregnancy and induction of labour’, Juno Magazine, Autumn Issue,
pp. 18-19.

Reed, R 2018, ‘10 decisions you can make about your induction’, Honest Mum: https://honestmum.com/10-decisions-you-can-make-about-your-induction-by-dr-reed/

Reed, R 2018, ‘Why induction matters: an interview with Rachel Reed’, Positive Birth Movement: https://www.positivebirthmovement.org/why-induction-matters-an-interview-with-rachel-reed/

Reed, R 2016, ‘Considerations [microbiome] for pregnancy, birth and early mothering’, Pathways, vol. 52 pp. 37.

Reed, R 2016, ‘P-Push it real good’, Bump & Birth, September, pp. 29-32.

Johnson-Cash, J, Reed, R 2015, ‘Sowing the seeds: establishing a healthy microbiome for your baby’, AIMS, vol.26, no. 5, pp. 10-11.

Reed, R 2015, ‘Zu wenig Fruchtwasser…?’, Hebammenzeitung, vol. 3, pp. 30-33. (translation)

Reed, R 2014, ‘Prelabour rupture of membranes: importance and risk’, Natural Pregnancy Magazine, vol.1, no. 1, digital edition

Reed, R 2014, ‘Testing, testing… are all these tests necessary?’, Natural Pregnancy Magazine, vol.1, no. 1, digital edition

Reed, R 2014, ‘The future of homebirth’, Birthings Magazine, vol. 123, pp.12-14.  

Reed, R 2013, ‘A nuchal cord is rarely a problem: dispelling a common myth’, NCT Journal, vol. 20, pp.11-12. 

Reed, R 2013, ‘VBAC: Making a mountain out of a molehill’, Birthings Magazine, vol. 120, pp. 11-13.

Reed, R 2013, ‘Mixing the messages’, AIMS Journal, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 9-10.

Reed, R 2013, ‘Widersprüchliche botschaften in der “frühen” Eröffnungsphase’, Hebammenzeltung, no 3, pp. 24-25. (translation)

Reed, R 2012, ‘The anterior cervical lip: how to ruin a perfectly good birth’, CARES SA, no. 42. 

Reed, R 2011, ‘Sharing stories: reclaiming birth knowledge’, Midwifery Today, no. 99, pp.13-14. 

Reed, R 2011, ‘The assessment of progress’, AIMS, vol. 23, no. 2, p.11-13.