Douglas PS, Cameron A, Cichero J, Geddes DT, Hill PS, Kapoor V, et al. Australian Collaboration for Infant Oral Research (ACIOR) Position Statement 1: Upper lip-tie, buccal ties, and the role of frenotomy in infants Australasian Dental Practice. 2018;Jan/Feb 144-146.
Douglas PS, Geddes DB. Practice-based interpretation of ultrasound studies leads the way to less pharmaceutical and surgical intervention for breastfeeding babies and more effective clinical support. Midwifery. 2018;58:145–155.
Douglas PS. Essays on health: Australia is failing new parents with conflicting advice - it's urgent we get it right. The Conversation. 2017;12 September https://theconversation.com/essays-on-health-australia-is-failing-new-parents-with-conflicting-advice-its-urgent-we-get-it-right-77943#comment_1401519.
Douglas PS. Babies and sleep: a matter of choice. MJA Insight. 2017;34 https://www.doctorportal.com.au/mjainsight/2017/2034/babies-and-sleep-a-matter-of-choice/
Douglas PS. Untangling the tongue-tie epidemic. Medical Republic. 2017;1 September http://medicalrepublic.com.au/untangling-tongue-tie-epidemic/10813.
Douglas PS, Keogh R. Gestalt breastfeeding: helping mothers and infants optimise positional stability and intra-oral breast tissue volume for effective, pain-free milk transfer. Journal of Human Lactation. 2017;33(3):509–518.
Whittingham K, Douglas, Pamela S. 'Possums': building contextual behavioural science into an innovative evidence-based approach to parenting support in early life. In: Kirkaldy B, editor. Psychotherapy in parenthood and beyond. Turin: Edizioni Minerva Medica; 2016. p. 43-56.
Douglas, Pamela S. Deep cuts under babies' tongues are unlikely to solve breastfeeding problems. The Conversation, 3 March 2016.
Douglas, Pamela S. Tongues tied about tongue-tie. Griffith Review Online, vol 51. 2 March 2016 https://griffithreview.com/articles/tongues-tied-about-tongue-tie/
Williams O, Mutch A, Douglas PS, Boyle F, Hill PS. Proposed changes to Medicare: undermining equity and outcomes in Australian primary health care? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 2015:doi: 10.1111/1753-6405.12348.
Douglas P, Shirley B. How to Treat: The Crying Baby. Australian Doctor. 2013; 24 May 31-38. (Please ignore the questions and answers at the end of this article, as they were not written by the authors and unfortunately the answers have inaccuracies!)
Douglas P, Miller Y, Bucetti A, Hill PS, Creedy D. Preliminary evaluation of a primary care intervention for cry-fuss behaviours in the first three to four months of life ("The Possums Approach"): effects on cry-fuss behaviours and maternal mood. Australian Journal of Primary Health. 2013; 18:332-338.
Douglas P. The rise and fall of infant reflux. In: Finkel E, editor. The Best Australian Science Writing 2012. Sydney: New South 2011. p. 62-78. Originally published in Griffith Review. 2011;32:241-254.
Douglas PS, Hill PS, Brodribb W. The unsettled baby: how complexity science helps. Arch Dis Child. 2011;96:793-797.
Douglas P, Hiscock H. The unsettled baby: crying out for an integrated, multidisciplinary, primary care intervention. Med J Aust. 2010;193:533-536.