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S.No Title Publication year and Volume
1 Tobacco imagery in Bollywood films 2006.2008 2013
2 Ineffective Pictorial Health Warnings on Tobacco Products 2012
3 Health Promotion for Primordial Prevention of Tobacco Use 2012
4 Breakfast manuscript 2012
5 The cost-effectiveness of a school-based smoking prevention program in India 2012
6 IMPACT model 2012
7 Weight-related concerns- A cross sectional Study 2011
8 Case study healthy public policy 2011
9 A Mediation Analysis 2011
10 A Qualitative Mediation Study to Evaluate a School-Based Tobacco Prevention
Program in India (Project MYTRI)
2011
11 Tobacco use in Bollywood movies, tobacco promotional activities, and
their association with tobacco use among Indian adolescents.
July 2011
12 Impact of Tobacco Advertisements On Tobacco Use Among Urban Adolescents In India: Results From a Longitudinal Study. July 2011
13 Worldwide Second-hand smoke: A first hand problem [Summary: Öberg,
M., M. S. Jaakkola, et al. (2011). Worldwide burden of disease from
exposure to second-hand smoke: a retrospective analysis of data from 192
countries. The Lancet 377(9760): 139-146.]
June 2011
14 Have public smoking bans resulted in an improvement in quality of life? Expert Rev. 2011;11 (4):375– 377
15 Adolescents’ response to food marketing in Delhi, India
16 A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of India’s 2008 Prohibition of Smoking in Public Places in Gujarat. 2011; 8: 1271-1286. doi :10.3390 /ijerph 8051271
17 Weight-related concerns and weight-control behaviors among overweight adolescents inDelhi,India: A cross-sectional study. 2011, 8:9; doi:10. 1186/ 1479- 5868-8-9
18 Case study: healthy public policy. Effectiveness of health promotion
in preventing tobacco use among adolescents in India: Research evidence
informs the National Tobacco Control Program in India.
18, No. 1 2011
19 A Mediation Analysis of a Tobacco Prevention Program for Adolescents in India: How Did Project MYTRI Work? 38(3): 231-240, June 2011
20 Using Salivary Cotinine to validate-Asia Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2011
21 Implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in India: A Shadow Report – 2010 2010
22 Community-based model for preventing tobaccol 2010
23 Measuring obesity among school-aged 2010
24 Tobacco control among disadvantaged youth ACTIVITY 2010
25 Practice-based learning 2010
26 Process evaluation of a tobacco prevention 2010
27 Is tobacco use associated with academic failure 2010
28
Tobacco-use psychosocial risk profiles of girls and boys in
urban India: Implications for gender-specific tobacco intervention
development.
2010;12 (1):29-36.doi: 10.1093 /ntr/ntp169
29 Community-based model for preventing tobacco use among disadvantaged adolescents in urban slums of India 2010; doi: 10.1093/ heapro/ daq008
30 Process Evaluation of a Tobacco Prevention Program in Indian Schools – Methods, Results and Lessons Learnt 2010 Sep; 25(6):917-35
31 Westernization and tobacco use among young people in Delhi, India 2010, June; 71 :891-897
32 Measuring obesity among school-aged youth in India: A comparison of three growth references 2010
33 Tobacco control among disadvantaged youth living in low-income communities inIndia: Introducing Project ACTIVITY. 2010, 11(1):45-52
34 Constructing an action agenda for Community Empowerment at the 7th Global Conference on Health Promotion in Nairobi. 2010, 17(4): 52–56
35 Practice-based learning in global health and applied epidemiology at the University of Texas Master of Public Health program 2010, May-June; 125 (3):505-11
36 Is tobacco use associated with academic failure among government school students in urbanIndia? 2010 Nov;80 (11): 552-60
37 Pictorial health warnings on tobacco products inIndia: Socio-political and legal developments. 2010, 23(4)
38 A qualitative mediation study to evaluate a school-based tobacco prevention program in India (Project MYTRI). In Press
39 Pictorial health warnings on tobacco products 2010
40 Psychosocial mediators of a school-based tobacco prevention program in India 2009
41 Psychosocial Mediators 2009
42 Preventing Tobacco Use Among Young People in India 2009
43 India Countering the Impact 2009
44 Patterns of Tobacco use & Psychosocial 2009
45 Tobacco use and gender 2009
46 Preventing tobacco use among young people inIndia: Project MYTRI 2009; 99:899-906. NIHMSID: NIHM S171972
47 Pictorial Health Warnings are a must for Effective Tobacco Control 129, May 2009, 468-471
48 India: Countering the Impact of Pack Warnings. Dec 2009: 18,6,429-430
49 Patterns of Tobacco Use and Psychosocial Risk Factors Among Students
in 6th through 10th Grades inIndia: 2004-2006 Patterns of Tobacco Use
and Psychosocial Risk Factors Among Students in 6th through 10th Grades
inIndia: 2004-2006
2009;10,1-8
50 Differences in prevalence of tobacco use among Indian urban youth 2008
51 Associations Between Tobacco Marketing and Use Among Urban Youth in India 2008
52 Prevention in Translation 2008
53 Associations Between Tobacco Marketing and Use Among Urban Youth in India. 2008; 32 (3):283 -294 PMCID: PMC 18067468
54 Differences in prevalence of tobacco use amongIndian urban youth: The role of socioeconomic Status 2008;10(1): 109–116. [Published in January, 2008].
55 [Review of the book Quit Smoking-Why and How]: 2008; 21 (4): 207-208
56 Psychosocial mediators of a school-based tobacco prevention program in India: Results from the first year of Project MYTRI DOI 10. 1007/s 11121-008-0113-x Published Online: 21 November 2008.
57 Intermediate outcomes from Project MYTRI: mobilizing youth for tobacco-related initiatives in India. 2007; 16: 1050-6.
58 Intermediate Outcomes from Project MYTRI 2007
59 Differences in tobacco use among young people in urban India by sex,
socioeconomic status, age, and school grade
2006
60 Why are urban Indian 6th graders using more tobacco than 8th graders 2006
61 On the gains of seeding tobacco research in developing countries 2006
62 Differences in tobacco use among young people in urban India by sex,
socioeconomic status, age and school grade: assessment of baseline
survey data
2006; 367 (9510):589 -594
63 Why are urban Indian 6th graders using more tobacco than 8th graders? Findings from Project MYTRI. 2006; 15:54-60.
64 Fogarty International Center’s “International Tobacco Research and
Capacity Building Program”. On the gains of seeding tobacco research in
developing countries (editorial).
2006; 15 Suppl 1: i3-4.
65 Prevention in translation: tobacco use prevention in India 2006;doi 10.1177/ 15248 3990 6289222
66 Indian Youth Speak about Tobacco 2005
67 Ban on Tobacco Use in Films and Television represents sound public health policy 2005
68 Tobacco use among children in India 2005
69 GYTS 2005
70 Indian Youth Speak About Tobacco: Results of Focus Group Discussions With School Students. 2005; 32(3) :363-379
71 Ban on tobacco use in films and television represents sound public health policy (Editorial) 2005; 18(3): 115-118
72 Tobacco Use Among Children in India: A Burgeoning Epidemic (Editorial). August 2005; 42(8): 757-761
73 Global Youth Tobacco Survey- Delhi (Letter to Editor) August 2005; 42(8): 850-851
74 The tobacco journey: seeds of a menace June- September 2003; 29& 30:4-6
75 Tobacco and Alcohol use Outcomes of a School Based Intervention in New Delhi. 2002; 26(3):173 -181
76 Tobacco and Alcohol Use Outcomes of a school based intervention in New Delhi 2002
77 Heart Health Programmes in Delhi Schools. 1998; (April –May issue)