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Listening to mothers: qualitative studies on motherhood and depression from Goa, India.
There is little qualitative research on depression in motherhood from non-Western societies. The objective of the study described in this paper was to use qualitative methods to investigate theExpand
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Measuring mental health in a cost-effective manner.
Mental health has been found to contribute significantly to the global burden of disease. This has raised the profile of mental health in developing countries. Many countries still do not have mentalExpand
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Gynaecological and Mental Health of Low-Income Urban Women in India
This thesis reports on the gynaecological and mental health of low-income urban women in Thane, India. The research objectives were to study the women's perception and experience of gynaecologicalExpand
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Getting sensitive information on sensitive issues: gynaecological morbidity.
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The effect of intimate partner violence on women’s mental distress: a prospective cohort study of 3010 rural Indian women
Purpose Intimate partner violence (IPV) encompasses physical, sexual, and psychological abuse, as well as controlling behavior. Most research focuses on physical and sexual abuse, and other aspectsExpand
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A theory of change for community interventions to prevent domestic violence against women and girls in Mumbai, India.
Background: We describe the development of a theory of change for community mobilisation activities to prevent violence against women and girls. These activities are part of a broader program inExpand
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Are work demands associated with mental distress? Evidence from women in rural India
PurposeHigh work demands might be a determinant of poor mental health among women in low- and middle-income countries, especially in rural settings where women experience greater amounts ofExpand
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A theory of change for community interventions to prevent domestic violence against women and girls in Mumbai, India
Background: We describe the development of a theory of change for community mobilisation activities to prevent violence against women and girls. These activities are part of a broader program inExpand
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(A11) Beyond Illness and Trauma: A Study of the Interface between Disaster Mental Health and Recovery
Today there is adequate research evidence at national and international level regarding the health and mental health consequences of disasters. The realization of the larger impact of mental healthExpand
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