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2016

  • Zodpey S. A health workforce perspective towards addressing equity concerns in maternal and child health. In: Visaria L, Saxena D, editors. Inequity in Maternal and Child Health [Under Evidence for Policy and Implementation for achieving MDG 4,5 and 6 – EPI-4 Project]. Indian Institute of Public Health, Gandhinagar; 2016. p. 47-56. 

2015

  • Trevor S, Sloan R, Padmanabhan U, Adulyanon W, Puangsuwan A, Goenka S, Shrivastav R, Chatterjee M. Physical Activity and Active Living in Asia. In: Satia, J, Lin, V, Fawkes, S, Engelhardt, K, Mercado, S, editors. Health Promotion Systems and Strategies in Asia. New York, United States of America: Springer Science Business Media; 2015. p.7-14.
  • Chokshi M, Mongia R, Wattal V. Drug Quality and Safety Issues in India. New Delhi: Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER); 2015.
  • Bhattacharya A. The Depot Medroxy Progesterone Acetate (DIMPA) Story. In: Satia J, Chauhan K, Bhattacharya A, Mishra N, editors. Introduction to Innovations in Family Planning: Case Studies from India. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2015. p. 117-26.
  • Bhattacharya A. “Mind the Gap”: Birth Spacing with Intrauterine Contraceptive Device. In: Satia J, Chauhan K, Bhattacharya A, Mishra N, editors. Introduction to Innovations in Family Planning: Case Studies from India. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2015. p. 127-41.
  • Bhattacharya A, Gogoi A, Tiwary N, Salazar E. Fertility Awareness-based Methods: Promoting SDM and LAM in Jharkhand. In: Satia J, Chauhan K, Bhattacharya A, Mishra N, editors. Introduction to Innovations in Family Planning: Case Studies from India. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2015. p. 142-50.
  • Bhattacharya A. Family Planning and Men: RESPOND Project on Scaling Up of Non-scalpel Vasectomy. In: Satia J, Chauhan K, Bhattacharya A, Mishra N, editors. Introduction to Innovations in Family Planning: Case Studies from India. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd; 2015. p. 151-57.

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2014

  • 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.
  • 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 Publisher; 2014. p. 119-26.
  • Selvaraj S, Karan A, Chokshi M,Farooqui HH,Kumar P. Economic Barriers to Access to Medicines in India. In: Selvaraj S, Abrol D, Gopakumar KM, editors. Access to Medicines in India. New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation; 2014. p. 31-50.
  • Selvaraj S,Farooqui HH. The Price Barrier to Access to Medicines. In: Selvaraj S, Abrol D, Gopakumar KM, editors. Access to Medicines in India. New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation; 2014. p. 51-70.
  • Selvaraj S,Farooqui HH. Rational Use of Medicines in India. In: Selvaraj S, Abrol D, Gopakumar 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, Gopakumar KM, editors. Access to Medicines in India. New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation; 2014. p. 207-20.
  • Zodpey S, 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, UK. Reed Elsevier; 2014. p. 51-70.
  • PHFI, AIIMS, and SNL- State of India’s Newborns (SOIN) 2014- a report. (Eds) Zodpey S and Paul VK. Public Health Foundation of India, All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Saving Newborn Lives, Save the Children. New Delhi, India.
  • Babu BV, Borhade A, Kusuma YS. Extended Case Study: A Mixed-Methods Approach to Understanding Internal Migrant Access to Health Care and the Health System’s Response in India. In: Schenker MB, Castañeda X, Rodriguez-Lainz A, editors: Migration and Health: A Research Methods Handbook. California, USA: University of California Press; 2014. p. 484-98.


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2013

  • Nair M, Webster P. Medical education in the emerging economies. In: Walsh K, editor. Oxford Textbook of Medical Education 2013. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2013. p. 683-694.
  • Ghosh-Jerath S. Diet Planning for Inborn Error of Metabolism.IGNOU

2012

  • Singh A, Zodpey S, Gaidhane AM, Quazi SZ. Strengthening Health Systems to Address Child Health. In: Merrick J editor. Child Health and Human Development Yearbook 2012. Jerusalem:Nova Publishers; 2012.p.347-354.
  • Dey S. Urban-rural differences of female cancer in Gharbiah, Egypt: Hormonal conundrums of exposure and effect in local and global environments. Lambert Academic Publishers, 2012.
  • Dey S, Nambiar D, Lakshmi JK, Sheikh K, Reddy KS. Health of the elderly in India: challenges of access and affordability. In: Smith JP, Majmundar M, editors. Aging in Asia: findings from new and emerging data initiatives. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press; 2012.p.371-86.

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2011

  • Zodpey SP. Principles of Epidemiology and Epidemiologic Method. In: Vir SC, editor. Public Health in Developing Countries.New Delhi: Woodhead Publishing India; 2011.p. 1-24.
  • Zodpey S, Sharma K, Negandhi H. Public Health Education Initiatives in India. New Delhi: Public Health Foundation of India; 2011.
  • Zodpey S, Sharma K, Negandhi H. Master of Public Health Programs in India. New Delhi: Public Health Foundation of India; 2011.

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2010

  • Sheikh K, George A. Health providers in India; on the frontlines of change. New Delhi: Routledge; 2010.

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2009

  • Neogi SB, Singh AJ. Female Feticide and Sex Selection Technique and Declining Sex Ratio in India. In: Singh A, Walia I, Dhaliwal L, editors. DemedicalizingWomen’s Health. New Delhi: Gyan Publishing House; 2010. p. 152-164.
  • Prabhakaran D, Tandon N, Padma MV, Roy A, Goenka S. Guidelines for medical officers- prevention and management of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and stroke. In: Prabhakaran D, Goenka S, Ajay VS, Reddy KS, editors. National program for prevention and control of diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and stroke. New Delhi: 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.
 
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