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2014

  • Arora, R. Ships of hope: Mobile boat clinics in the riverine areas of Assam (CNES).
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.7-14.
  • Arora, R. Human resources: Addressing issues of human resources and quality of care: The Yashoda.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.79-86.
  • Arora, R. Community-based intersectoral interventions in health: The silver lining: Community-led initiatives for child survival (CLICS).
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.193-9.
  • Arora, R. Community for care: Comprehensive rural healthcare projects (CRHP).
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.200-12.
  • Arora, R. Youth reproductive and sexual health: Growing up healthy: Anwesha clinics, friends clinic, and Safdarjung hospital adolescent Health network (SHAHN).
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R,Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.215-34.
  • Bhattacharya, S, Arora, R. Quality initiatives in health care services: Quality assurance programmes (QAPs) in public health facilities.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.89-120.
  • Bhattacharya, S, Arora, R. Family planning: Promoting change in reproductive behaviour: PRACHAR.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.175-90.
  • Chakravarty, N, Pati, S. Child health as countries develop
    In: Merrick, J, editor. India: Health and human development aspects. Jerusalem, Israel: Nova Science Publishers Inc; 2014. p.47-54.
  • Khandelwal, S, Ali, MK, Siegel, KR. Nutrition and cardiovascular disease: A global public health concern.
    In: Stein, N, editor. Public health nutrition: Principles and practice in community and global health. Burlington, Canada: Jones & Bartlett Learning; 2014. p.387-408.
  • Kharkongor, GC, Albert, S. Career counseling among indigenous peoples.
    In: Arulmani, G, Bakshi, AJ, Leong, FTL, Watts, AG, editors. Handbook of career development. New York, United States of America: Springer Science+Business Media; 2014. p.539-54.
  • McNabb, S, Conde, M, Ferland, L, Memish, Z, Okutani, S, Park, M, Shaikh, A, Singh, V. Transforming public health surveillance. London, United Kindgdom: Reed Elsevier Publisher; 2014.
  • Mishra, SR. Public Health Glossary(English to Odia). Kendrapara, India: Swornashree; 2014.
  • Misra, M. LifeSpring Hospital Pvt Ltd.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal mealth - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.59-66.
  • Misra, M. Merrygold health network.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.67-76.
  • Misra, M. Newborn care (hypothermia): Warmth for newborns: The embrace infant warmer.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.147-58.
  • Misra, M. Post-partum hemorrhage (PPH): Use of non-pneumatic anti-shock garment (NASG): The Raksha project.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.161-74.
  • Misra, M. Organization feature: Using science and technology for care: Action research and training for health (ARTH).
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.299-308.
  • Neogi, S. The three-tier outreach model for hard to reach areas: The Sunderbans behaviour change communications.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.15-22.
  • Neogi, S. Increasing financial and physical access for service delivery: Sambhav voucher scheme.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.41-56.
  • Neogi, S. Low-cost referral transport: The Janani express.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.136-44.
  • Neogi, S, Misra, M. State feature: Innovative approaches in maternal and newborn care: Tamil Nadu health system.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.285-96.
  • Neogi, SB, Neogi, S. Monitoring and evaluation: Collection of evidence through randomized control trial setting: Ekjut trial.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.237-49.
  • Neogi, SB, Neogi, S. Putting evident into action: Maternal death audit/review.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.250-62.
  • Panda, RM, Neogi, S. Innovation in behaviour change communication: The RACHNA project.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.25-38.
  • Panda, RM, Neogi, S. Referral transport: Emergency referral transport: The GVK-EMRI model.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.123-35.
  • Panda, RM, Neogi, S. Promoting social accountability for safe motherhood: White ribbon alliance India.
    In: Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S, editors. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014. p.265-82.
  • Reddy, KS, Mathur, MR. Developing public health infrastructure in India.
    In: Griffiths, SM, Tang, JL, Yeoh, EK, editors. Routledge handbook of global public health in Asia. New York, United States of America: Routledge; 2014. p.68-73.
  • Reddy, KS, Mohan, S. Chronic diseases in India: Burden and implications.
    In: Hett, A, editor. Risk dialogue magazine. Switzerland: Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue; 2014. p.12-7.
  • Satia, J, Misra, M, Arora, R, Neogi, S. Innovations in maternal health - Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2014.
  • Selvaraj, S, Abrol, D, Gopalkumar, KM. Access to medicines in India. New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation; 2014.
  • Selvaraj, S, Farooqui, HH. Rational use of medicines in India.
    In: Selvaraj, S, Abrol, D, Gopalkumar, KM, editors. Access to medicines in India. New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation; 2014. p.145-64.
  • Selvaraj, S, Farooqui, HH. Access to essential vaccines in India.
    In: Selvaraj, S, Abrol, D, Gopalkumar, KM, editors. Access to medicines in India. New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation; 2014. p.207-20.
  • Selvaraj, S, Farooqui, HH. The price barrier to access to medicines.
    In: Selvaraj, S, Abrol, D, Gopalkumar, KM, editors. Access to medicines in India. New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation; 2014. p.51-70.
  • Selvaraj, S, Karan, A, Chokshi, M, Farooqui, HH, Kumar, P. Economic barriers to access to medicines in India.
    In: Selvaraj, S, Abrol, D, Gopalkumar, KM, editors. Access to medicines in India. New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation; 2014. p.31-50.
  • Siddique, AK, Cash, RK.Cholera outbreaks.
    In: Nair, GB, Takeda, Y, editors. Current topic in microbiology and immunology. Heidelberg, United States of America: Springer Science+Business Media; 2014. p.1-16.
  • Singh, A, Zodpey, SP, Gaidhane, AM, Zahiruddin, QS. Maternal and child health
    In: Merrick, J, editor. India: Health and human development aspects. Jerusalem, Israel: Nova Science Publishers Inc; 2014. p.119-26.
  • Singh, MN, SIngh, A. Lifestyle and decision making among youth in selected Mumbai slums.
    In: Brito, O, Singh, A, editors. Understanding urban poverty in India: Experiences from Mumbai: Rawat Publications (India); 2014. p.134-56.
  • Singh, V, Gera, R, Sarkar, BK, Wamala, J. Integrated versus siloed surveillance systems.
    In: McNabb, S, Conde, M, Ferland, L, Memish, Z, Okutani, S, Park, M, Shaikh, A, Singh, V, editors. Transforming public health surveillance. New Delhi, India: Reed Elsevier Publisher; 2014.
  • Zodpey, SP, Farooqui, HH. Strengthening public health surveillance through policy driven integrated analytics.
    In: McNabb, S, Conde, M, Ferland, L, Memish, Z, Okutani, S, Park, M, Shaikh, A, Singh, V, editors. Transforming public health surveillance. London, United Kindgdom: Reed Elsevier Publisher; 2014.

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2013

  • Agrawal, S. Active and passive elimination of girl child. New Delhi, India: Axis Books Private Limited; 2013.
  • Chakravarty, N, Pati, S. Do inequalities in child health get wider as countries develop?
    In: Merrick, J, editor. Child health and human development year book 2013. New York, United States of America: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.; 2013. p.319-26.
  • Gupta, V, Ebrahim, S. Genomics of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
    In: Vijayan, VK, editor. World clinics pulmonology and critical care medicine. New Delhi, India: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers; 2013. p.55-71.
  • Laxminarayan, R. Biological resistance.
    In: Layton, D, Halvorsen, R, editors. Handbook on the economics of natural resources. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing; 2013.
  • Mavalankar, DV, Azhar, GS, Dutta, P, Rajiva, A. Protecting school children from heat waves in Ahmedabad.
    In: Saikia, A, Davis, I, Ariyabandhu, MM, Bhatt, MR, Balsari, S, Kumar, TN, Willison, ZD, editors. Towards HFA 2: Emerging insights from the grassroots. Ahmedabad, India: Sourth Asia Disaster (All India Disaster Mitigation Institute); 2013. p.19.
  • Mohan, S, Reddy, KS. Health transition and the rising threat of chronic non-communicable diseases in India.
    In: Lewis, MJ, MacPherson, KL, editors. Health transitions and the double disease burden in Asia and the Pacific: Histories of responses to non-communicable and communicable diseases. New York, United States of America: Routledge; 2013. p.76-91.
  • Nair, M, Webster, P. Medical education in the emerging economies.
    In: Walsh, K, editor. Oxford textbook of medical education. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press; 2013. p.683-94.
  • Nakkeeran, N. Integration of traditional systems of medicine with modern health system at the primary health centre level.
    In: Siva, R, editor. Primary health care in India: status, challenges and prospects. Delhi, India: B.R. Publications; 2013.
  • Nakkeeran, N. Integration of ayush systems of medicine with modern health system in primary health centres: Efforts, problems and prospects.
    In: Raju, SS, editor. Primary health care in rural health. New Delhi, India: B. R. Publications; 2013. p.334-69.
  • Panda, RM, Pathak, G. Reforms in health sector regulation: Way forward for achieving universal health coverage.
    In: Aijaz, R, editor. Public Health Concerns and Reforms: Perceptions of the Civil Society. New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation; 2013. p.17-247.
  • Pati, S. Nutritional concepts in irritable bowel syndrome.Cuttak, India: Jagulai Publications; 2013.
  • Pati, S. "Dhai ma pustika" (midwifery in Oriya).Cuttak, India: Jagulai Publications; 2013.
  • Reddy, KS, Dandona, L.The health sector on the mend.
    In: Singh, NK, Stern, N, editors. The new Bihar: Rekindling governance anddevelopment Noida, India: HarperCollins Publishers 2013. p.186-96.
  • Stigler, MH, Medina, J, Arora, M, Nazar, GP, Rodrigues, LM, Reddy, KS, Perry, CL. Adolescents’ response to food marketing in Delhi, India.
    In: Williams, JD, Pasch, KE, Collins, CA, editors. Advances in communication research to reduce childhood obesity. New Delhi, India: Springer Science+Business Media; 2013. p.269-84.
  • Vidyasagar, D, Daruru, R. Global view of neonatal care.
    In: Mathew, O, editor. Inside Health Care: ICU care of neonate Who decides? Who pays? Who can afford? . Bentham Science Publisher: New York, United States of America; 2013. p.3-17.

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2012

  • Agrawal, S. Health and nutritional disadvantage among tribal women and children of Orissa: An enquiry.
    In: Somayajulu, UV, Panda, GK, Kar, R, Mishra, P, Singh, KK, editors. Population, reproductive and child health: Perspectives and challenges. New Delhi, India: Serial Publications; 2012. p.317-36.
  • Dey, S. Urban-rural differences of female cancers in Gharbiah, Egypt: Hormonal conundrums of exposure and effect in local and global environments. Paperback ed. Saarbrücken, Germany: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing; 2012.
  • Dey, S, Nambiar, D, Lakshmi, JK, Sheikh, K, Reddy, KS. Health of the elderly in India: Challenges of access and affordability.
    In: Dey, S, Nambiar, D, Lakshmi, JK, Sheikh, K, Reddy, KS. editors. Aging in Asia: Findings from new and emerging data initiatives. Washinton D C, United States of America: The National Academies Press; 2012. p.371-86.
  • Gilson, L, Bennett, S, Hanson, K, Kielmann, K, Orgill, M, Schneider, H, Agyepong, I, Sheikh, K, Ssengooba, F. Doing health policy and systems research: Key steps in the process.
    In: Gilson, L, editor. Health policy and systems research: Methodology reader. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization; 2012. p.41-60.
  • Gupta, I, Trivedi, M, Rudra, S, Joe, W, Peter, B, Subbiah, R. Implications and feasibility of commercial health insurance for people living with HIV in India.
    In: Narain, JP, editor. Three decades of HIV/AIDS in Asia. Hardcover ed. London, United Kingdom: Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2012. p.450-66.
  • Kahol, K. Securing funding for simulation centers and research.
    In: Levine, AI, DeMaria, S, Schwartz, AD, Sim, A, editors. The comprehensive textbook of healthcare simulation. New York, United States of America: Springer Science+Business Media; 2012. p.715.
  • Laxminarayan, R, Macauley, M. The value of information: Methodological frontiers and new applications in environment and health. Laxminarayan, R, Macauley, M, editors. New York, United States of America: Springer Science+Business Media; 2012.
  • Mavalankar, DV, Raman, PS. Health systems.
    In: Hussein, J, McCaw-Binns, A, Webber, R, editors. Maternal and perinatal health in developing countries. Oxfordshire, United Kingdom: CAB International; 2012. p.64-76.
  • Murali Prasad, MR. Different types of file formats of e-resources.
    In: Ramaiah, LS, Veeranjaneyulu, K, Sujatha, G, editors. Next generation librarianship: Strategies for change management. Hyderabad, India: B S Publication; 2012. p.145-57.
  • Murthy, GVS. Community ophthalmology.
    In: Chaudhuri, Z, Vanathi, M, editors. Postgraduate ophthalmology. New Delhi, India: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers; 2012. p.3-17.
  • Murthy, GVS, Johnson, G. Prevalence, incidence and distribution of visual impairment.
    In: Johnson, GJ, Minassian, DC, Weale, RA, West, SK, editors. The epidemiology of eye disease. London, United Kingdom: Imperial College Press; 2012. p.3-61.
  • Phoya, A, Mavalankar, DV, Raman, PS, Hussein, J. Improving the availability of services.
    In: Hussein, J, McCaw-Binns, A, Webber, R, editors. Maternal and perinatal health in developing countries. Oxfordshire, United Kingdom: CAB International; 2012. p.127-38.
  • Hussein, J, McCaw-Binns, A, Webber, R, (Guest editor). Evidence for action: What should be in the basic packages of HIV treatment and care services in low and middle-income countries? Avenel, United States of America: AIDS: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2012.
  • Sastry, UVKV, Chandran, AS, Somayajulu, UV. Optimizing NRHM impact on child health outcomes in disadvantaged groups of India.
    In: Somayajulu, UV, Panda, GK, Kar, R, Mishra, P, Singh, KK, editors. Population, reproductive and child health: Perspectives and challenges. New Delhi, India: Serials Publications; 2012. p.288-316.
  • Singh, A, Zodpey, SP, Gaidhane, AM, Zahiruddin, QS. Strengthening health systems to address child health.
    In: Merrick, J, editor. Child health and human development yearbook 2012. Jerusalem, Israel: Nova Publishers; 2012. p.347-54.

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2011

  • Lakshmi, JK, Byrapaneni, RB. Non-laboratory based risk assessment for cardiovascular disease in Asian Indians: A public health viewpoint.
    In: Chopra, HK, editor. A book on heart protection. New Delhi, India: ASSOCHAM in association with the Ministry of Health, Government of India; 2011. p.111-3.
  • Laxminarayan, R, Malani, A. Economics of infectious diseases.
    In: Glied, S, Smith, PC, editors. Oxford handbook of health economics. New York, United States of America: Oxford University Press; 2011. p.189-205.
  • Murali Prasad, MR, Vijay, KB, Omkar, MA. Requisite skills for the librarian in the digital era.
    In: Nireekshana, BV, Vithal, KSR, Sathaiah, B, Rupsingh, NN, editors. Digitalization of libraries: Challenges of ICT skills to LIS professionals. Hyderabad, India: University Library Teachers’ Association; 2011. p.279-86.
  • Murthy, GVS, Gupta, S. Community ophthalmology.
    In: Sharma, P, editor. Essentials of ophthalmology. 2nd ed. New Delhi, India: Top Publishing Company (medical Gr); 2011.
  • Nakkeeran, N. Presticide use and female agricultural laborers: A review.
    In: Grover, I, Das, P, editors. Gender analysis in agriculture :Grassroot realities. Hardcover ed. New Delhi, India: Supriya Books; 2011. p.213-33.
  • Rout, SK. Health care delivery in Orissa: An exploratory study. New Delhi, India: Observer Research Foundation; 2011.
  • Zodpey, SP . Principle of epidemiology and epidemiologic method (Part 1 & 2).
    In: Vir, SC, editor. Public health nutrition in developing countries. New Delhi, India: Woodhead Publishing India; 2011. p.1-24.

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2010

  • Arora, M, Nazar, GP, Mathur, N. The Tobacco Pandemic: Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
    In: Gupta, P, Ghai, OP, editors. Textbook for Preventive and Social Medicine. New Delhi, India: CBS Publishers 2010. p.664-76.
  • Azhar, GS. Efficacy of DOTS for Treatment of Tuberculosis in India. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM-Verlag; 2010.
  • Azhar, GS. Healthcare: Facilities, Providers and Determinants of use. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM-Verlag; 2010.
  • Ganguly, P. Lessons from Polio Eradication Program in Gujarat
    In: Singh, A, Ganguly, P, editors. RTC Proceedings "Polio Eradication- Challenges & Opportunities". New Delhi, India: Ranbaxy Science Foundation; 2010.
  • Murali Prasad, MR. TeluguloLabinchu Digital SamacharaVanarulu (Digital Information Sources to Enhance Telugu language).
    In: Nireekshana Babu, V, Murali, KC, editors. ApurupaGranthalaNilayam Telugu VisvaVidyalayaGranthalayam. Hyderabad, India: PottiSreeramulu Telugu Visvavidyalayam; 2010. p.222-30.
  • Rao, M, Knight, S, Samarth, A. Environmental Sustainability, Climate Change and Health.
    In: Fonn, S, Padarath, A, editors. South African Health Review 2010. Durban, Sout Africa: Health Systems Trusts; 2010. p.111-22.
  • Sahu, B. Religion, Minority Status and Reproductive Behaviour Among Muslims and Hindus in India and Bangladesh. Amsterdam, Germany: Rozenberg Publishers; 2010.
  • Sheikh, K, George, A. Health Providers in India: On the Frontlines of Change. New Delhi, India: Routledge; 2010.
  • Sheikh, K, Porter, J. Understanding Practitioners' Responses to National Policy Guidelines.
    In: Sheikh, K, George, A, editors. Health Providers in India: On the Frontlines of Change. New Delhi, India: Routledge; 2010. p.119-41.
  • Sheikh, K, George, A. India's Health Providers- Diverse Frontiers, Disparate Fortunes.
    In: Sheikh, K, George, A, editors. Health Providers in India: On the Frontlines of Change. New Delhi, India: Routledge; 2010. p.1-11.
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2009

  • Dandona, L, Kuper, H, Dandona, R. Global Patterns of Blindness.
    In: Tasman, W, Jaeger, EA, editors. Duane's Ophthalmology. Philadelphia, United States of America: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2009.
  • Griffiths, J, Rao, M, Adshead, F, Thorpe, A. The Health Practitioner's Guide to Climate Change- Diagnosis and Cure. London, United Kingdom: Earthscan; 2009.
  • Gupta, I, Trivedi, M, Kandamuthan, S. Recurrent Costs of India's Free ART Program.
    In: Gupta, I, Trivedi, M, Kandamuthan, S. editors. HIV and AIDS in South Asia An Economic Development Risk. Washington D.C, United States of America: World Bank Publications; 2009. p.191-238.
  • Gupta, I, Trivedi, M, Institute of Economic Growth (India). The Slow Decline in the Infant Mortality Rate in India: Can Governance be an Explanation? Discussion Paper Series. New Delhi, India: Institute of Economic Growth; 2009. p.17.
  • Gupta, I, Trivedi, M, Determinants of Adherence in the Antiretroviral Treatment Programme of the Government of India. Discussion Paper Series. New Delh, India: Institute of Economic Growth; 2009. p.25.
  • Gupta, I, Trivedi, M, Contribution of Faculty Members to the Flow of Information: A Study at Selected Universities in Andhra Pradesh, India. Saarbrücken, Germany: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing; 2009.
  • Gupta, I, Trivedi, M, Female Feticide and Sex selection Technique and Declining Sex Ratio in India.
    In: Singh, A, Walia , I, Dhaliwal, L, editors. Demedicalization of Women's Health in India. New Delhi, India: Gyanbook Private Limited; 2009.
  • Singh, A, Walia , I, Dhaliwal, L, Analysis and Synthesis of Information on Human Resources for Health from Multiple Sources: Selected Case Studies.
    In: Singh, A, Walia , I, Dhaliwal, L, editors. Handbook on Monitoring and Evaluation of Human Resources for Health with Special Applications for Low and Middle Income Countries. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organisation; 2009. p.147-56.
  • Prabhakaran, D, Tandon, N, Padma, MV, Roy, A, Goenka, S. Guidelines for Medical officers- Prevention and Management of Cardiovascular Diseases, Diabetes and Stroke.
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  • Prabhakaran, D, Goenka, S, Ajay, VS, Reddy, KS, editors. National Program for Prevention and Control of Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases and Stroke. New Delhi, India: National Rural Health Mission, Government of India; 2009.
  • Rao, KD, George, MS, Bhatnagar, A, Rajkumar, B, Chokshi, M, Kumar, P, Hazarika, I. Exploring How Disease-Specific Programmes in TB and HIV/AIDS Interact with Health Systems.
    In: consortium, Tmpsa, editor. Interaction Between Global Health Initiatives and Health Systesm: Evidence from Countries. New Delhi, India: World Health Organization; 2009. p. 88-96.
  • Reddy, KS, Thakker, P. Public Health in India.
    In: Beaglehole, R, Ruth, B, editors. Global Public Health: A New Era. 2 ed. New York, United States of America: Oxford University Press; 2009. p.209-24.
  • Reddy, KS. Global Perspective on Cardiovascular Disease.
    In: Yusuf, S, Cairns, JA, Camm, AJ, Fallen, EL, Gersh, BJ, editors. Evidence-Based Cardiology. 3 ed. London, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell; 2009. p.95-110.
  • Reddy, KS. Diet and the Cardiovascular Disease.
    In: Yusuf, S, Cairns, JA, Camm, AJ, Fallen, EL, Gersh, BJ, editors. Evidence-Based Cardiology. 3 ed. London, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell; 2009. p.304-27.
  • Sathyanarayana, TN. District Planning, Epidemic Investigation and Epidemiological Principles for District Managers. The Integrated Public Health Managers Manual for District Medical/ Health Officers. New Delhi, India: World Health Organization; 2009.
  • Saxena, DB. Text Book for PG Medical Entrance Examination. New Delhi, India: Reed Elsevier Publisher; 2009.
  • Saxena, DB. Smart Student Series for Community Medicine. New Delhi, India: Reed Elsevier Publisher; 2009.
  • Somayajulu, UV, Chandran, A, Purujit, P. Disability in India: Dimensions and Welfare Measures.
    In: Singh, KK, Yadava, RC, Pandey, A, editors. Population, Poverty and Health: Analytical Approaches. New Delhi, India: Hindustan Publishing Corporation 2009. p.287-99.
  • Thakker, P, Reddy, KS. The Development of the Discipline of Public Health in Countries in an Economic Transition- India, Brazil, China.
    In: Detels, R, Beaglehole, R, Lansang, MA, Gulliford, M, editors. Oxford Textbook of Public Health. 5 ed. New York, United States of America: Oxford University Press; 2009. p.65-81.

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2008

  • Prabhakaran, D, Goenka, S. The genetics of coronary heart disease: Perspectives and challenges.
    In: Bahl, VK, Ramakrishnan, S, Math, RS, editors. Cardiology update: Cardiology society of India. New Delhi, India: Thompson Press; 2008. p.116-21.
  • Reddy, KS.Global perspective on cardiovascular disease.
    In: Yusuf, S, Cairns, JA, Camm, AJ, Fallen, EL, Gersh, BJ, editors. Evidence-based cardiology. London, United Kingdom: BMJ Books; 2008. p.91-102.
  • Reddy, KS.Diet and cardiovascular disease.
    In: Yusuf, S, Cairns, JA, Camm, AJ, Fallen, EL, Gersh, BJ, editors. Evidence-based cardiology. London, United Kingdom: BMJ Books; 2008. p.309-25.
  • Reddy, KS, Naik, N, Roy, A.The polypill.
    In: Fauci, AS, Braunwald, E, Kasper, DL, Hauser, SL, Longo, DL, Jameson, LJ, Loscalzo, J, editors. Harrison’s principles of internal medicine. 17 ed. New York, United States of America: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.; 2008. p.307-10.
  • Saiyad, MS, Kumar, A, Patel, C, Shidhaye, R, Garg, S, Bhaiya, N, Vankar, GK. Traumatic widowhood and major depression: A study of widows affected by communal violence.
    In: Mehta, PM, Dave, P, editors. Mental health and aging women: Important correlates. New Delhi, India: Kalpaz Publications; 2008. p.322-40.

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2007

  • Purohit, S, Purohit, B, Khanna, S. Development of attitudes in students.
    In: Jain, M, Sarathi, P, editors. Annual handbook of human resource initiatives. New Delhi, India: Initiatives & Interventions; 2007. p.255-61.
  • Reddy, KS, Arora, M, Shrihari, JS.The tobacco pandemic.
    In: Gupta, P, Ghai, OP, editors. Textbook of preventive and social medicine. 2 ed. New Delhi, India: CBS Publishers & Distributors; 2007. p.633-71.
  • Reddy, KS, Expert panel member. Food, nutrition, physical activity and the prevention of cancer: A global perspective. Washington DC, United States of America: Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research; 2007.
  • Reddy, KS, Naik, N, Prabhakaran, D. Treatment guidelines: The third world.
    In: Lip, GYH, Hall, JE, editors. Comprehensive hypertension. Philadelphia, United States of America: Mosby Elsevier; 2007. p.1185-93.
  • Reddy, KS, Tandon, R. Non-communicable diseases.
    In: Gupta, P, Ghai, OP, editors. Textbook of preventive and social medicine. 2 ed. New Delhi, India: CBS Publishers & Distributors; 2007. p.359-456.
  • Saith, R. Capabilities: the concept and its implementation.
    In: Stewart, F, Saith, R, Harriss-White, B, editors. Defining poverty in developing countries. New York, United States of America: Palgrave Macmillan; 2007. p.55-74.
  • Saith, R. Social exclusion: The concept and application to developing countries.
    In: Stewart, F, Saith, R, Harriss-White, B, editors. Defining poverty in developing countries. New York, United States of America: Palgrave Macmillan; 2007. p.75-90.
  • Saith, R, with contributions from, Sharma, A. Poverty in India: A comparison of different approaches.
    In: Saith, R, with contributions from, Sharma, A. editors. Defining poverty in developing countries. New York, United States of America: Palgrave Macmillan; 2007. p.114-59.
  • Stewart, F, Ruggeri-Laderchi, C, Saith, R. Introduction: Four approaches to defining and measuring poverty.
    In: Stewart, F, Saith, R, Harriss-White, B, editors. Defining poverty in developing countries. New York, United States of America: Palgrave Macmillan; 2007. p.1-35.
  • Stewart, F, Saith, R, Franco, S, Harriss-White, B. Alternative realities? Different concepts of poverty, their empirical consequences and policy omplications: Overview and conclusions.
    In: Stewart, F, Saith, R, Harriss-White, B, editors. Defining poverty in developing countries. New York, United States of America: Palgrave Macmillan; 2007. p.217-37.
  • Stewart, F, Saith, R, Harriss-White, B. Defining poverty in developing countries. New York, United States of America: Palgrave MacMillan; 2007.

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2006

  • Gaziano, T, Reddy, KS, Paccaud, F, Horton, S, Chaturvedi, V. Cardiovascular disease.
    In: Jamison, DT, Breman, JG, Measham, AR, Alleyne, G, Claeson, M, Evans, DB, Jha, P, Mills, A, Musgrove , P, editors. Disease control priorities in developing countries. 2 ed. New York, United States of America: Oxford University Press; 2006. p.645-62.
 
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