selected scholarly activity
- Challenges in eating disorder diagnosis and management among family physicians and trainees: a qualitative study. Journal of Eating Disorders. 10:45. 2022
- Reflections: an inquiry into medical students’ professional identity formation. Medical Education British journal of medical education. 48:489-501. 2014
- Response. Canadian Family Physician. 58:929. 2012
- Do we overdramatize family physician burnout?: NO.. Canadian Family Physician. 58:731-737. 2012
- Rebuttal: do we overdramatize family physician burnout?: NO.. Canadian Family Physician. 58:e369-e371. 2012
- Building physician resilience.. Canadian Family Physician. 54:722-729. 2008
- Syndromic approach for treatment of STIs: time for a change. The Lancet. 367:1380-1381. 2006
- Limitations of the syndromic approach in South Asia. International Journal of Epidemiology. 34:1173-1173. 2005
- Treatment of Vaginal Discharge in South Asia. Tropical Doctor. 31:184-185. 2001
- Cultural and biomedical meanings of the complaint of leukorrhea in South Asian women. Tropical Medicine and International Health. 6:260-266. 2001
- Speaking through the body: Leukorrhea as a bodily idiom of communication in Garhwal, India 2001
- Symptoms of reproductive-tract infection—not all that they seem to be. The Lancet. 354:1745-1746. 1999
- From Around the World. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 7:63-64. 1991
- Burnout or mismatch between expectations and reality? Response. Canadian family physician Médecin de famille canadien. 58:929-929.
- Dramatisons-nous à l’excès l’épuisement professionnel chez les médecins de famille?. Canadian Family Physician. 58:735-737.
- Mrs. B’s place. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 143.
- Réfutation: Dramatisons-nous à l’excès l’épuisement professionnel chez les médecins de famille?. Canadian Family Physician. 58:e371-e371.