2016. Walsh, D (2016) Midwives, gender equality and feminism. , 19(3):24-26 The Practising Midwife. 19(3), 24-26
2015. Why midwives should be feminists. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest. 25, 2
2015. Women's perceptions of perineal repair as an aspect of normal childbirth. British Journal of Midwifery. 23(8), 553-559
SPIBY, H, WALSH, D, GREEN, J, CROMPTON, A and BUGG, G, 2014. . "Midwives' beliefs and concerns about telephone conversations with women in early labour." Midwifery. 30(corrected proof),
KARAÇAM, Z, WALSH, D and BUGG, G, 2014. Evolving understanding and treatment of labour dystocia European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. 182, 123-27
2014. Are we diagnosing labour too early? International Journal of Childbirth. 4(1), 2-3
HODNETT, E.D., DOWNE, S. and WALSH, D., 2012. Alternative versus conventional institutional settings for birth Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2012(8), CD000012 WALSH, D. and DEVANE, D., 2012. A metasynthesis of midwife-led care Qualitative Health Research. 22(7), 897-910
WALSH, D, 2012. Compassionate Midwifery International Journal of Childbirth. 2(4), 210-212
WALSH D, 2011. A review of evidence around postnatal care and breastfeeding. Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine. 21(12), 346-350
WALSH D, GUTTERIDGE K, 2011. Using the birth environment to increase women’s potential in labour Midirs. 21(2), 143-147
WALSH, D, 2011. Enhancing Expertise and Skills through Education. In: Essential Midwifery Practice: leadership. Expertise and collaborative working. Wiley-Blackwell.
WALSH, D, 2011. Nesting and Matrescence. In: Theory for Midwifery Practice. 2nd Edition. Palgrave McMillan.
WALSH D & DOWNE S, ed., 2010. Essential Skills for Intrapartum Care Wiley Blackwell. (In Press.)
WALSH D, 2010. Care in the First Stage of Labour. In: C HENDERSON & S MACDONALD, ed., Mayes Midwifery Elsevier Science.
WALSH, D, 2010. Reflections on running an Evidence Course. In: Evidence Based Midwifery: Applications in Context Wiley-Blackwell.
WALSH D, 2009. Small Really is Beautiful’ – Tales from a Free-Standing Birth Centre in England. In: R DAVIS-FLOYD, L BARCLAY, BA DAVIS, J TRITTEN, ed., Birth Models that Work University of California Press..
WALSH D, 2009. A Male Midwife’s Perspective. In: R MANDER, ed., Becoming a Midwife Routledge.
WALSH D, 2009. Temporality in a Birth Centre. In: MCCOURT C, ed., Childbirth, Midwifery and Concepts of Time Berghahn Books.
WALSH D, 2009. Pain and epidural use in normal childbirth Evidence Based Midwifery. 7(3), 89-93
WALSH D & BYROM S, ed., 2009. Birth Stories for the Soul: Tales from Women, families and childbirth professionals Quay Books.
DOWNE, S., FINLAYSON, K., WALSH, D. and LAVENDER, T., 2009. 'Weighing up and balancing out’: a metasynthesis of barriers to antenatal care for marginalised women in high-income countries BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 116(4), 518–529
WALSH D & DOWNE S, 2006. Catching the wind: appraising the quality of qualitative research Midwifery. 22(2), 108-119
HODNETT E, DOWNE S, EDWARDS N, WALSH D, 2005. Home-like versus conventional institutional settings for birth The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
WALSH D & DOWNE S, 2005. Meta-synthesis method for qualitative research: a literature review Journal of Advanced Nursing. 50(2), 204-211
WALSH D & DOWNE S, 2004. Outcomes of Free-Standing, Midwifery-Led Birth Centres: A Structured Review of the Evidence Birth. 31(3), 222-229