Items where Author or Contributor is "Bhatia, Amiya"

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Bhatia, Amiya; Kim, Rockli; Subramanian, SV; (2021) Birth registration in India: Are wealth inequities decreasing? SSM - population health, 13. 100728-. ISSN 2352-8273 DOI:

Lokot, Michelle; Sulaiman, Munshi; Bhatia, Amiya; Horanieh, Nour; Cislaghi, Beniamino; (2021) Conceptualizing "agency" within child marriage: Implications for research and practice. Child Abuse and Neglect, 117. 105086-. ISSN 0145-2134 DOI: Item availability may be restricted.


Adhia, Avanti; Bhatia, Amiya; Dawson-Hahn, Elizabeth; (2020) Violence Against Immigrant Youth in Canada: Why More Research Is Needed. JAMA Network Open, 3 (3). e201456-. DOI:

Bhatia, Amiya; Fabbri, Camilla; Cerna-Turoff, Ilan; Tanton, Clare; Knight, Louise; Turner, Ellen; Lokot, Michelle; Lees, Shelley; Cislaghi, Ben; Peterman, Amber; +2 more... Guedes, Alessandra; Devries, Karen; (2020) COVID-19 response measures and violence against children. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 98 (9). 583-583A. ISSN 0042-9686 DOI:

Bhatia, Amiya; Victora, Cesar Gomes; Beckfield, Jason; Budukh, Atul; Krieger, Nancy; (2020) "Registries are not only a tool for data collection, they are for action": Cancer registration and gaps in data for health equity in six population-based registries in India. International Journal of Cancer, 148 (9). pp. 2171-2183. ISSN 0020-7136 DOI: Item availability may be restricted.

Fabbri, Camilla; Bhatia, Amiya; Petzold, Max; Jugder, Munkhbadar; Guedes, Alessandra; Cappa, Claudia; Devries, Karen; (2020) Modelling the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on violent discipline against children. Child abuse & neglect, 116 (Pt 2). 104897-. ISSN 0145-2134 DOI: Item availability may be restricted.


Bhatia, Amiya; Krieger, Nancy; Beckfield, Jason; Barros, Aluisio JD; Victora, Cesar; (2019) Are inequities decreasing? Birth registration for children under five in low-income and middle-income countries, 1999-2016. BMJ Global Health, 4 (6). e001926-. DOI:



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