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(From 2008 to 2015)

2015

  1. Sharma, R., Webster, P., Bhattacharyya, S., (2015) “Community level workers: awareness generation for improving children’s health.” Indian Journal of Community Health. Vol 27, No 1.
  2. Trivedi, M., Kumar, G., (2015) “Assessment of knowledge and practices of selected reproductive health issue in slums of Ahmedabad”. International Journal of Current Research. 7 (1), pp.122 43-12248.
  3. Saxena, D., Singhal, D., Patel, M. (2015).“Student-teacher research: A dilemma between power, ethics, and morality.”Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, Vol 63 (1):pp 76-77.
  4. Yasobant, S.,Vora, K.S., Hughes, C., Upadhyay, A.,Mavalankar, D.V. (2015). “Geovisualization: A Newer GIS Technology for Implementation Research in Health.” Journal of Geographic Information System, 7: 20-28.

 

2014

  1. Sutton, L., Karan, A., Mahal, A., (2014) “Evidence for cost-effectiveness of lifestyle primary preventions for cardiovascular disease in the Asia-Pacific Region: A systematic review”. Globalization and Health, 10:79.
  2. Karan, A.,Selvaraj, S., Mahal, A., (2014) “Moving to universal coverage? Trends in the burden of out-of-pocket payments for health care across social groups in India, 1999-2000 to 2011-12.” PLOS ONE (10.1371/journal.pone.0105162).
  3. Karan, A., Engelgau M and Mahal A., (2014)“The household level economic burden of heart disease in India.” Tropical Medicine and International Health: doi:10.1111/tmi.12281.
  4. Purohit, B. (2014) “Community based health Insurance: Prospects and challenges for India” International Journal of HEALTH: Vol6, No11 (May issue).
  5. Purohit B., Patel, D., Purohit, S (2014). “Organizational Culture Values in Government run Primary Health Centers in India” accepted by Journal of Health Management 16(2): 301-311.
  6. Bhatia, S., Purohit, B. (2014) “What motivates government doctors in India to perform better in their job?”Journal of Health Management (Sage Publications), Issue 16(1): 149–159. DOI: 10.1177/0972063413518691
  7. Purohit, B., Banopadhyay, T. (2014). “Beyond Money and Job Security- driving factors of motivation for Medical officers” Human Resources for Health 12:12 ( BMC Publication) doi:10.1186/1478-4491-12-12.
  8. Hussein, J. K., Ramani, V., Kanguru, L., Patel, K., Bell, J., Patel, P., Walker, W., Mehta, R., Mavalankar, D., (2014) “The Effect of Surveillance and Appreciative Inquiry on Puerperal Infections: A Longitudinal Cohort Study in India.”  PloS One :DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0087378
  9. Leatherman, S., Saha, S., Metcalfe, M., and Mavalankar, D.,(2014) “Integrating Micro-finance and Community Health Interventions: A narrative review of evidences from India.” International Journal of Development Research Vol. 4, Issue, 3, pp. 442-446.
  10. Varghese, B., Roy, R., Saha, S., Roalkvam, S. (2014)“Fostering Maternal and Newborn Care in India the Yashoda Way: Does This Improve Maternal and Newborn Care Practices during Institutional Delivery?” PLoS ONE 9(1). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0084145.
  11. Costa, A., Vora, K.S., Ryan, K., Raman, P. S., Santacatterina, M., Mavalankar, D. V. (2014) “The State-Led Large Scale Public Private Partnership ‘Chiranjeevi Program’ to Increase Access to Institutional Delivery among Poor Women in Gujarat, India: How Has It Done? What Can We Learn?” PLoS ONE 9(5): e95704. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0095704
  12. Iyer, V.,Azhar, G. S., Choudhury, N., Dhruwey, V. S., Dacombe, R., Upadhyay, A., (2014) “Infectious disease burden in Gujarat (2005–2011): comparison of selected infectious disease rates with India.” Emerging health threats journal. J 7: 22838.
  13. Iyer, V., et al. (2014) "Drinking Water Quality Surveillance in a Vulnerable Urban Ward of Ahmedabad." Health 6.11: 1165.
  14. Thippaiah, A., Azhar. G. S., (2014) “Hysterectomy and other "hard" software (sensitive) questions.” Indian Journal of Medical Ethics 11 (2).
  15. Knowlton, K., Suhas, P., Kulkarni, Azhar, G. S.,Mavalankar, D.,Jaiswal, A., Connolly, M., Sarma, A. N., Rajiva, A., Dutta, P.,Deol, B., Sanchez, L., Khosla, R., Webster, P. J., Toma, V. E., Sheffield, P., Hess, J. J. (2014) “Development and Implementation of South Asia’s First Heat-Health Action Plan in Ahmedabad (Gujarat, India).” International journal of environmental research and public health. 11 (4), 3473-3492.
  16. Azhar, G. S.,Mavalankar, D., Sarma, A. N., Rajiva, A., Dutta, P.,Jaiswal, A., Sheffield, P., Knowlton, K., Hess, J. J., (2014) “Heat-related mortality in India: Excess all-cause mortality associated with the 2010 Ahmedabad heat wave.” PloS one 9 (3), e91831.
  17. Kakkad, K., Barzaga, M. L., Wallenstein, S., Azhar, G. S., Sheffield, P. E., (2014) “Neonates in Ahmedabad, India, during the 2010 heat wave: a climate change adaptation study.” Journal of environmental and public health.
  18. Azhar, G. S.,Mavalankar, D.,Sarma, A. N.,Rajiva, A., Dutta, P.,Jaiswal, A., Sheffield, P., Knowlton, K., Hess, J. J., on behalf of the Ahmedabad Heat Climate Study Group. (2014) “Heat-related mortality in India: Excess all-cause mortality associated with the 2010 Ahmedabad Heat Wave.” PLoS One. 2014; 9:e91831.
  19. Vora, K. S., Yasobant, S., Mavalankar, D. V., (2014) “Predictors of availing maternal health schemes: A community based study in Gujarat, India.” Ind J Comm Health. 26:174-80.
  20. Ganguly, P., et al. (2014) "Considerations of private sector obstetricians on participation in the state led." BMC pregnancy and childbirth 14.1 (2014): 352.
  21. Chaturvedi, A., Nakkeeran, N., Doshi, M., Patel R., Bhagwat, S., (2014) “Capacity of frontline ICDS functionaries to support caregivers on infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices in Gujarat, India” Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2013;23(Suppl)S29-S37
  22. Khatib, M. N., Gode, D., Simkhada, P., Agho, K., Gaidhane, S., Saxena, D., Unnikrishnan, B., Raut, Y., Kawalkar, U., Gaidhane, A., Zahiruddin, Q. S. (2014) “Somatotropic and cardio-protective effects of ghrelin in experimental models of heart failure: A systematic review.” Ann Trop Med Public Health [serial online] [cited 2015 Jan 28 ];7:30-42
  23. Charan, J., Saxena, D. (2014) “Reporting of various methodological and statistical parameters in negative studies published in prominent Indian Medical Journals: A systematic review.” J Postgrad Med [serial online]
  24. Saxena, D., Karan, Y. (2014) “Guidelines for reporting of Negative studies in biomedical journals” Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol. 5(1): 8-9
  25. Raghav, P. R., Bhardwaj, P.,Saxena, D. B. (2014) “Insight in prevention of rabies amongst travellers” (3): 1 Pages: 1-2
  26. Charan, J., Saxena, D. (2014) “Negative animal studies published in Indian Medical Journal: Are they methodologically strong enough to conclude what they are concluding?” J Pharm BioallSci6:134-6
  27. Saxena, D.,Bhardawaj, P., (2014) “Drug resistance TB in India: Challenges, issues and solutions.” Int J Med Sci Public Health. 2(3): 476-477
  28. Saxena, D. (2014) “Medical Entomologist in India: Species on the verge of extinction: One World South Asia.” (Opinion piece)
  29. Gupta, I., Trivedi, M. (2014) "Willingness to Pay for Health Insurance Among HIV-Positive Patients in India." Applied health economics and health policy 12.6: 601-610.
  30. Panda, R., Venkatesan, S., Persai, D., Trivedi, M.,Mathur, M. R. (2014). “Factors determining intention to quit tobacco: exploring patient responses visiting public health facilities in India.” Tobacco induced diseases12(1), 1
  31. Setia, M., Azhar, G.S., Rana, R., Mavalankar, D. (2014) “Census-based population dynamic trends for health policy and planning: Identifying shortfalls in public healthcare facilities in rural Gujarat using Census population data.” Census Monograph.
  32. Sharma, R., Webster, P., Bhattacharya, S. (2014) “Factors affecting the performance of community health workers in India: a multi-stakeholder perspective.” Global Health Action. Volume 7: 25352.
  33. Khatib, M.K., Gode, D., Simkhada, P., Agho, K., Gaidhane, S., Saxena, D.(2014). “Somatotropic and cardio-protective effects of ghrelin in experimental models of heart failure: A systematic review.” Annals of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, Vol. 7 (1):pp 30-42.
  34. Huges, C., Naik, V., Gupta, R.S., Saxena, D. “Geovisulization for cluster detection of HAV& HEV Outbreak in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India” http://healthgis.tamu.edu/2014.

 

2013

  1. Sharma, A., Ganguly, P., Kothari, A. (2013) “Clinical Assessment of Fluorosis and the Effects of Mitigation Measures in Endemic Areas of Mehsana, Gujarat, India.” Journal of Implant and Advanced Clinical Dentistry, Vol.5(7), 49-55.
  2. Iyer, V. (2013) “Female health workers in Gujarat: Examining human resource actions and workforce objectives—an exploratory mixed methods study.” The National Medical Journal of India, Vol., 26 No. 5
  3. Saha, S. (2013) “Design and Baseline Findings of a Multi-site Non-randomized Evaluation of the Effect of a Health Programme on Microfinance Clients in India.” Global Journal of Health Sciences.  12;6(1):43-51. doi: 10.5539/gjhs.v6n1p43.
  4. Saha, S.,Annear, P., Pathak, S., (2013) “The effect of self-help groups on access to maternal health services: evidence from rural India.” International Journal for Equity in Health. 28;12(1):36.
  5. Trivedi, M., Saxena, D. (2013) “Third angle of RSBY: Service Providers perspective to RSBY- Operational issues in Gujarat.” Journal of Family Medicine & Primary Care
  6. Sanneving, L., Trygg, N., Saxena, D., Mavalankar, D., Thomsen, S., (2013) “Inequity in India: the case of maternal and reproductive health.” Global Health Action, Vol 6 incl Supplements.  Available at :
  7. Saxena, D.,Vangani, R., Mavalankar, D., Thomsen, S., (2013) “Inequity in maternal care service utilization in Gujarat: analyses of district-level health survey data.” Global Health Action,Vol 6 incl Supplements.
  8. Purohit, B.,Verma, R. K. (2013) “Assessing HRD Climate in Government Health Centres in India.” Journal of Health Management (Sage Publications) JHM 15,(3) 431-443
  9. Trivedi, M., Gupta, I. (2013) “HIV Insurability in India: Early History and Current Status.” Journal of Health Management.
  10. Azhar, G. S. (2013) “The need for climate-compatible development: a reminder from the Uttarakhand floods.” The Lancet Global Health. 1(3), e135.
  11. Mavalankar, D., Azhar, G. S., Dutta, P., Rajiva, A. (2013) “Protecting school children from heat waves in Ahmedabad. Towards HFA 2: Emerging Insights from the Grassroots. Issue 94, p 19.
  12. Tran, K.V., Azhar, G. S., Nair, R., Knowlton, K., Jaiswal, A., Sheffield, P., Mavalankar, D. Hess, J. (2013) “A Cross-sectional, Randomized Cluster Sample Survey of Household Vulnerability to Extreme Heat Among Slum Dwellers in Ahmedabad, India.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 10(6), 2515-2543; doi:10.3390/ijerph10062515.
  13. Iyer, V.,Azhar, G.S. (2013) “Open access or no access.” Current Science. 105(9), 1202.
  14. Saxena, D., Ruchi, V., Santhi, N. S.,Mavalankar, D.,   (2013) Abstract titled “Trends in Institutional deliveries among disadvantaged group and the Impact of Interventions: Evidences from Secondary Analysis in Gujarat” ‘LANCET’ GHME Special edition.
  15. Saxena, D., Santhi, N. S.,Mavalankar, D., (2013) “Disadvantaged population and access to Optimal Maternal Health:  Insight based on Grey Literature from Gujarat, India”  is accepted for publication in National Journal of Community Medicine
  16. Sinha, H., Sridhar, R., Rana, M., Saxena, D. (2013) “A case study on risk factor for developing HIV amongst MSM population in MP.” Journal of Integrated Health Science.
  17. Dhama, K., Verma, A.K., Tiwari, R., Chakraborty, S.,Vora, K., Kapoor, S., Deb, R., Karthik, K., Singh, R., Munir, M., Natesan, S. (2013) “A perspective on applications of geographical information system (GIS); an advanced tracking tool for disease surveillance and monitoring in veterinary epidemiology.” Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci. 1: 14 – 24.
  18. Dhama, K., Chakraborty, S., Kapoor, S., Tiwari, R., Kumar, A., Deb, R., Rajagunalan, S., Singh, R., Vora, K., Natesan, S. (2013) “One world, one health- veterinary perspectives.” Adv. Ani. Vet. Sci. 1 (1): 5 – 13
  19. Sanneving, L., Trygg, N., Saxena, D. B., Mavalankar, D. (2013) “Sarah Thomsen;  Inequity in India: the case of maternal and reproductive health.” Global  Health Action Vol Suppl. 6: 191-45
  20. Nakkeeran, N., Saxena, D. B., Mavalankar, D. (2013) “Policy Review on Safe motherhood in Gujarat and India.” International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health Suppl 101-116.
  21. Panda, R., Venkatesan, S., Persai, D., Trivedi M.,Mathur, M. R. (2013) “Factors determining intention to quit tobacco: exploring patient responses visiting public health facilities in India.” Tobacco induced diseases BioMed Central 12112014
  22. Devadasan, N., Seshadri, T., Trivedi M.,Criel, B. (2013) “Promoting universal financial protection: evidence from the RashtriyaSwasthyaBimaYojana (RSBY) in Gujarat, India.” Health Res Policy Syst11, 29


2012

  1. Deodhar, S. Y., Mahandiratta, S., Ramani, K. V., MavalankarD., Ghosh, S., Braganza, V. (2012). "Evaluation of Mid-Day Meal Scheme," Journal of Indian School of Political Economy, Vol 22, pp. 33-48.
  2. Azhar, G. S. (2012) Review article: “DOTS for TB relapse in India: A systematic review.” Lung India. 29:147-53.
  3. Charan, J., Saxena, D. B. (2012) “Suggested statistical reporting guidelines for clinical trials data.” Indian journal of psychological medicine. 34:25-9.
  4. Jaykaran, Yadav, P., Kantharia, N. D., Saxena, D. (2012) “Research letter: Gender and racial bias in drug promotional material distributed by pharmaceutical companies.” J PharmacolPharmacother. 3:55-6.
  5. Nakkeeran, N., Zodpey, S. (2012) “Qualitative research in applied situations: Strategies to ensure rigor and validity.” Indian J Public Health. 56:4-11.
  6. Saha, S., Rathod, H. (2012) “Short communication: Shortage of doctors in rural health centers: Empirical evidence from Gujarat.” Int J Med Public health. 2:53-60.
  7. Saxena, D. B., Shah, H. M., Karan, J. (2012) Review: “National guidelines for Rabies prophylaxis and administration of cell culture vaccines.” The Indian Practitioner. 65:296-7.
  8. Singhal, D., Desai, R., Desai, S., Shastri, M., Saxena, D. (2012)“Correspondence: Authors' reply.”J PharmacolPharmacother;3:80-1.
  9. Nakkeeran, N., Sharma, K., Zodpey, S. P.“Teaching social and behavioural sciences in medical and public health in India.” (Accepted for publication)South East Asia journal of Medical Education.
  10. Nakkeeran, N.(2012) “Poor Methodology” Economic & Political Weekly Vol. XLVII no37 PP.4
  11. Saxena, D., Shah, H., Karan, J. (2012).“A critique on Newer Guidelines for Post Exposure prophylaxis of Animal bite.”Indian Practitioner.
  12. Karan, J., Saxena, D.(2012). “Gender and racial bias in drug promotional material distributed by pharmaceutical companies.”Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacotheurapatics.
  13. Karan, J., Saxena, D. (2012). “Suggested Statistical Reporting Guidelines for Clinical Trials Data.”National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology.
  14. Saxena,D., Kumar, P. (2012). “A case study on use of Delphi technique in building consensus for developing module for imparting Sex Education amongst Adolescent in Schools.”National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology.
  15. Karan, J., Saxena, D., Mulla, S.(2012). “Prophylaxis and Treatment for Leptospirosis: Where are the Evidences?”National Journal of Psychology Pharmacy and pharmacology.
  16. Karan, J., Saxena, D. (2012). “Antibiotics for the Treatment of Leptosprosis: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Controlled Trials.”International Journal of Preventive Medicine.
  17. Saxena,D.Rana, M. (2012).“Data on Cervical Cancers and Justification of HPV vaccination in India.”Journal of Royal Society of Medicine.
  18. Singh, R., Purohit, B. (2012). “Limitations in the functioning of Village Health and Sanitation Committees in India: An experience from a North Western State in India.”International Journal of Medicine and Public Health: Vol 2, Issue 3, Jul-Sep, 2012, 39-46. DOI: 10.5530/ijmedph.2.3.9.
  19. Purohit, B., Ashok, W. (2012). “Organizational Climate from the view point of motivation in District Hospital, India” accepted by the International Journal of HEALTH. Vol.4, No.7, 400-406 (2012) Health doi:10.4236/health.2012.47063.
  20. Nair, R., Nair, S.S., Malhotra, S., Sachdeva, A. (2012).“Shifting Trends of HIV Epidemiology among Most at Risk Groups (MARGs) in India.”International Journal of Medical Sciences & Public Health. Vol. 1(2):1-14.
  21. Nair, R., Nair, S.S. (2012). “Is Behaviour Change Communication an Effective Strategy for Increasing Immunization Coverage?”Advance Tropical Medicine and Public Health International.Volume 2(2): 40 -60.
  22. Singh, V., Chauhan, M.B., Deswal, M., Dahiya, K.,Dahiya, K., Sachdeva, A., Singh, R., Nair, R.(2012). “Comparison of Effect of Simvastatin and Metformin Monotherapy on Lipid Profile and Testosterone Levels in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.”Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health. Vol 1(3) May- June: 24-27.
  23. Damore, C.,Nair, R., Nair, S. S. (2012).“An Assessment of Public Private Mix under RNTCP in district Sabarkantha, Gujarat, India.”International Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health. Volume 2, (1): 11-29.
  24. Trivedi , M.,Saxena,D. (2012).“Third angle of RSBY: Service Providers perspective to RSBY- Operational issues in Gujarat.”Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care. July-December Issue.
  25. Gupta, I., Guin, P., Trivedi, M. (2012). “The new patent regime and disease priorities in India.”Global Public Health.
  26. Trivedi, M. (2012). "Book Review:School Health Services in India,The Social and Economic Contexts." Contributions to Indian Sociology, 46(1-2): 255-257.
  27. Azhar, G. S.(2012). “A study of determinants of use of health care services in India.”International Journal of Medicine and Public Health.1(3),62-66.
  28. Azhar, G. S., Azhar A.Z. (2012). “Overwork among medical residents in India: A resident’s perspective.”Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, 1(2) 141-143.
  29. Azhar, G. S. (2012).“Future of healthcare in India: lessons from Scandinavia.”Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health, 1 (3), 73-80.
  30. Azhar, G. S. (2012). “DOTS for TB relapse in India: A systematic review.”Lung India. 29(2),147-153.
  31. Azhar, G. S. (2012). “A study of determinants of use of health care services in India.”International Journal of Medicine and Public Health.1(3),62-66.
  32. Nakkeeran N.(2012). “Unregulated Private Health Care in India: The Case of Kolkata Hospital Fire.”Indian Journal of Public Health, 56/2.
  33. Iyer, V.Azhar, G.S. (2012).“Open access or no access.”CURRENT SCIENCE, 105 (9), 1202-1202.
  34. Azhar, G.S. (2012).“The need for climate-compatible development: A reminder from the Uttarakhand floods.”The Lancet Global Health, 1 (3), e135.
  35. Tran, K.V.,Azhar,G.S., Nair, R., et.al. (2012). “A Cross-Sectional, Randomized Cluster Sample Survey of Household Vulnerability to Extreme Heat among Slum Dwellers in Ahmedabad.”IndiaInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 10 (6).
  36. Azhar, G.S. (2012).“Physician Shortage: Bottlenecks in Financing, Managing, Training and A Rush for Specialization.”National Journal of Medical and Allied Sciences, 1 (2), 1-5.

 

2011

  1. Azhar, G.S., Amir, A., Khalique, N., Khan, Z. (2011). “A study of determinants of use of healthcare services in India.”Int J Med Public Health. 1:62-6.
  2. Azhar, G.S.(2011). “Letter to editor: Access to information is crucial for science.”Lancet. 377:1404.
  3. Charan, J., Yadav, P., Saxena, D., Kantharia, N.D. (2011).“Drug advertisements published in Indian Medical Journals: Are they ethical?”J Pharm Bioall Sci. 3:403-6.
  4. Charan, J., Saxena, D., Yadav, P., Kantharia, N.D. (2011). “Quality of antidepressant drugs research articles published in Indian medical journals.”Indian journal of psychological medicine.33:141-4.
  5. Desai, B., Saxena, D. (2011). “Letter to editor: What has the public health sector gained in financial budget 2011-12 in India? : At Glance.”Int J Med Public Health. 1:73-4.
  6. Hussein, J., Mavalankar, D.V., Sharma, S., D'Ambruoso, L. (2011). “A review of health system infection control measures in developing countries: what can be learned to reduce maternal mortality.”Global Health. 7:14.
  7. Jaykaran, C.,Saxena, D., Yadav, P., Kantharia, N.D. (2011).“Letter to editor: Negative studies published in medical journals of India do not give sufficient information regarding power/sample size calculation and confidence interval.”J Postgrad Med. 57:176-7.
  8. Jaykaran, C.Saxena, D., Yadav, P., Kantharia, N.D. (2011). “Letter to editor: Nonsignificant P values cannot prove null hypothesis: Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.”J Pharm Bioall Sci. 3:465-6.
  9. Jaykaran, C., Saxena, D., Yadav, P. (2011). “Letter to editor: Negative studies published in Indian medical journals are underpowered.”Indian Pediatr. 48:490-1.
  10. Jaykaran, C., Saxena, D., Yadav, P., Kantharia, N.D. (2011). “Letter to editor: Drug promotional literature distributed by pharmaceutical companies: Do they provide enough information to ascertain their validity?”J PharmacolPharmacother. 2:192-4.
  11. Jaykaran, C.Saxena, D. (2011). “Letter to editor: Clinical trials with poor methodological quality and inappropriate statistics: Are they ethical?”J Pharm Negative Results. 2:42-3.
  12. Jaykaran, C.Saxena, D., Yadav, P., Kantharia, N.D., Solanki, P. (2011). “Quality of reporting of descriptive and inferential statistics in negative studies published in Indian medical journals.”J Pharm Negative Results. 2:39-41.
  13. Jaykaran, C., Solanki, P., Saxena, D., Kantharia, N. (2011). “Study design and statistical methods in Indian medical journals.”J Pharm Negative Results. 2:35-8.
  14. Jaykaran, C., Saxena, D., Yadav, P., Kantharia, N.D. (2011). “Letter to editor: Reporting of outcomes in drug promotional materials distributed by pharmaceutical companies.”J Postgrad Med.57:256-7.
  15. Madaan, H., Ghalaut, V.S., Sachdeva, A., Nair, R. (2011). “Cholinesterase activity in health workers involved in handling and spraying of organophosphorous insecticides.”Int J Med Public Health. 1:18-21.
  16. Mehta, R., Mavalankar, D.V., Ramani, K.V., Sharma, S., Hussein, J. (2011). “Infection control in delivery care units, Gujarat state, India: a needs assessment.”BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 11:37.
  17. Paul, V.K., Sachdev, H.S., Mavalankar, D.V., Ramachandran, P., Sankar, M.J., Bhandari, N., Sreenivas, V., Sundararaman, T., Govil, D., Osrin, D., Kirkwood, B. (2011). “Reproductive health, and child health and nutrition in India: meeting the challenge.”Lancet. 377:332-49.
  18. Saha, S. (2011). “Provision of health services for microfinance clients: Analysis of evidence from India.”Int J Prev Med. 1:1-6.
  19. Saha, S., Metcalfe, M. (2011). “India journal: Linking health and microfinance.”Wall Str J. [Epub ahead of print].
  20. Singhal, D., Desai, R., Desai, S., Shastri, M., Saxena, D. (2011). “Use of topical brimonidine to prevent intraocular pressure elevations following Nd: YAG-laser posterior capsulotomy.”J PharmacolPharmacother. 2:104-6.
  21. Singhal, D., Saxena, D.B. (2011). “Letter to editor: Inferences from targeting CYP450 modulation to decrease the risk of induced cataract in the experimental model?”Indian J Ophthalmol. 59:403.
  22. Singhal, D., Saxena, D.B. (2011). “Letter to editor: "ABC" of costing of cataract surgeries.”Oman J Ophthalmol. 4:100-1.
  23. Thomsen, S., Hoa, D.T., Malqvist, M., Sanneving, L., Saxena, D.B., Tana, S, Yuan, B, Byass, P. (2011). “Promoting equity to achieve maternal and child health.”Reprod Health Matters. 19:176-82.
  24. Yadav, P., Jaykaran, C.,Chaudhari, M., Saxena, D.B., Kantharia, N.D. (2011). “Clinical trials registered in clinical trial registry of India: A survey.”J PharmacolPharmacother. 2:289-92.
  25. Madaan, H., Ghalaut, V.S., Sachdeva, A., Nair, R. (2011).“Cholinesterase Activity in Health Workers Involved in Handling and Spraying of Organophosphorous Insecticides.”Int. J. Med. Public Health. Volume 1(2):18-21.
  26. Malhotra, S., Gupta, V., Nair, R., Nair, S.S. (2011). “Linkages between work-family, attachment styles, job satisfaction and life satisfaction.”Indian Journal of Health and Wellbeing. Volume 2(4), 236-242.
  27. Rana, S., Nair, R., Nair, S.S. (2011).“Universal precaution understanding and compliance among medics and paramedics in district Kheda, Gujarat.”Indian Journal of Health and Wellbeing. Volume 2(5) 1114-1123.

 

2010

  1. JayKaran, C., Saxena, D.B., Shah, H. (2010).“Full moon days and crime: Is there any association?”International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory. 3:419-24.
  2. Nakkeeran, N. (2010). “Knowledge, truth, and social reality: An introductory note on qualitative research.”Indian J Community Med.35:379-81.
  3. Leatherman, S.,Saha, S.,Gash, M., Metcalfe, M. (2010).“Findings from Microfinance Institutions Offering Health Services to Clients.”Freedom From Hunger.

 

2009

  1. Saha, S. “Provision of health services to microfinance clients: An analysis of premilinary evidence.”International Journal of Medicine and Public Health.
  2. Patel, A.B., Saxena, D.B., Shah, H.M., Singhal, D., Sharma, V.K. (2009).“Impact of weight, height and age on blood pressure among school children.”Internet Journal of Family Practice
  3. Saxena, D.B., Sharma, V.K., Prakash, M.M., Saxena, A. (2009).“An introduction to Epidemiological Research Design (1).”Indian Research Communication, 1-5 (May 2009).
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