Publications and Presentations

  1. Ryan MS, Nambiar D, Ferguson L. (2019). Sex work-related stigma: experiential, symbolic and structural forms in the health systems of Delhi, India. Social Science and Medicine. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.02.052
  2. Nambiar D, Mishra A. (2019). ‘ A light inside a pot’: Sites and sources of power emerging from an ethnography of traditional healing in South India. Global Public Health. 14: 515-527. PMID:     30614381.
  3. Nambiar D, Rajbhandary R, Swift Koller T, Hosseinpoor AH. Reflections on Building Capacity for Health Equity Analysis in South East Asia. WHO South East Asia J Public Health. 2019 Apr;8(1):4-9. doi: 10.4103/2224-3151.255342. PMID: 30950423
  4. Ravindran TKS, Nambiar D. (eds.) (2018). Health inequities in India: transformative research for action. Highlights from a conference. Health Research Policy and Systems. 16(S1).Available at: https://health-policy-systems.biomedcentral.com/articles/supplements/volume-16-supplement-1
  5. Suparmi, Kusumawardani N, Nambiar D, Trihono, Hosseinpoor AH. (2018). Subnational regional inequality in the public health development index in Indonesia. Global Health Action. 2018; 11(Suppl1), 1500133. PMID: 30220248.
  6. Hosseinpoor AR, Schlotheuber A, Nambiar D, Ross Z. (2018). Health Equity Assessment Toolkit Plus (HEAT Plus): software for exploring and comparing health inequalities using uploaded datasets. Global Health Action. 2018; 11(Suppl1), 1440783. PMID: 29974823.
  7. Adams A, Nambiar D, Siddiqi S, Alam BB, Reddy KS. (2018). Advancing universal health coverage in South Asian cities: a framework. BMJ 2018; 363 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.k4905. PMID: 30498010.
  8. Sharma J, Leslie HH, Regan M, Nambiar D, Kruk ME. (2018). Can India's primary care facilities deliver? A cross-sectional assessment of the Indian public health system's capacity for basic delivery and newborn services. BMJ Open. Jun 4;8(6):e020532. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-020532. PMID:  29866726
  9. Mishra A, Nambiar D, Madhavan H. (2018). The Making of ‘Local Health Traditions’ in India: Revitalisation or Marginalisation? Economic and Political Weekly. 2018, LIII(30):41-49
  10. Hosseinpoor AR, Nambiar D, Suparmi, Kusumawardani N. (2018). Data source mapping: an essential step for health inequality monitoring. Global Health Action. 2018; 11(Suppl1), 1456743. PMID 2976813.
  11. Hosseinpoor AR, Nambiar D et al. Capacity building for health inequality monitoring in Indonesia: enhancing the equity orientation of country health information systems. Global Health Action, 2018; 11, 1419739 PMID: 29569528
  12. Countdown to 2030 Collaboration. (2018). Countdown to 2030: tracking progress towards universal coverage for reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health. The Lancet. an 30. pii: S0140-6736(18)30104-1. PMID:29395268
  13. Rajbangshi PR, Nambiar D, Choudhury N, Rao KD. (2017). Rural recruitment and Retention of health workers across cadres and types of contract in north-east India: A qualitative Study. WHO South East Asia J Public Health. 2017 Sep;6(2):51-59. PMID: 28857063
  14. Nambiar D, Razzak J, Afsana K, Adams AM, Hasan A, Mohan D, Patel V. (2017). Mental illness and injuries: emerging health challengse of urbanisation in South Asia. British Medical Journal. 357: J1126. DOI: 10.1136/bmj.j1126. PMID: 28400379.
  15. Nambiar D, Mander H. (2017). Inverse care and the role of the state: the health of the urban poor. Bulletin of the World Health Organisation. Available at: www.who.int/entity/bulletin/online_first/BLT.16.179325.pdf PMID: 28250517.
  16. Nambiar D, Sheikh K. (2016). How a Technical Agency Helped Scale Up a Community Health Worker Program: An Exploratory Study in Chhattisgarh State, India.  Health Systems and Reform. 2(2):123–134. DOI: 10.1080/23288604.2016.1148802
  17. Daniels K, Loewenson R, George A, Howard N, Koleva G, Lewin S, Marchal B, Nambiar D, Paina L, Sacks E, Sheikh K,  Tetui M, Theobald S, Topp S, Zwi A. Fair publication of qualitative research in health systems: a call by health policy and systems researchers. International Journal for Equity in Health. 15:98. DOI: 10.1186/s12939-016-0368-y. PMID:27334117
  18. Nambiar D, Dasgupta R, Thiagarajan S, Ganesan P, Gupta S. (2016). Reflections on Participation and Knowledge-making as part of India’s National Urban Health Mission Technical Resource Group Recommendation Exercise. International Journal of Health Services.  DOI: 10.1177/0020731416661496 PMID: 27530990
  19. Lakshmi JK, Sheikh K, Nambiar D, Narayan VV, Sathyanarayana TN, Porter JDH. (2016). ‘Getting the water-carrier to light the lamps:’ Discrepant role perceptions of traditional, complementary, and alternative practitioners in government health facilities in India. Social Science & Medicine. 166: 214-222. PMID: 27575933
  20. Hosseinpoor A, Nambiar D, Schlotheuber A, Reidpath D, Ross Z. (2016). Health Equity Assessment Toolkit (HEAT): software for exploring and comparing health inequalities in countries. BMC Medical Research Methodology. DOI: 10.1186/s12874-016-0229-9. PMID:    27760520
  21. Lakshmi JK, Nambiar D, Narayan VV, Sathyanarayana TN, Porter, J, Sheikh K. (2015). Cultural consonance, constructions of science, and co-existence: A review of the integration of traditional, complementary, and alternative medicine in low- and middle-income countries. Health Policy & Planning. 30(8):1067-77. doi: 10.1093/heapol/czu096. PMID: 25171821
  22. Nambiar D, Muralidharan A, Garg S, Daruwallah N. Ganesan P. (2015). Analysing implementer narratives on addressing health inequity through convergent action on the social determinants of health in India. International Journal of Equity in Health. 14: 133. PMID: 26578314
  23. Nambiar D, Narayan VV, Lakshmi JK,  Porter J, Sathyanarayana TN, Sheikh K (2014). Experiences and meanings of integration of TCAM (Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medical) providers in three Indian states: Results from a cross-sectional, qualitative implementation research study. BMJ Open 2014;4: e005203. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2014-005203. PMID: 25424993
  24. Nambiar D, Nguyen MH, Giang LM, Hirsch J, Parker RG.  (2013). Tabula diptycha: Differential HIV knowledge, stigma, and intended behavioural outcomes amongst visitors at Vietnam’s Pain and Hope exhibition. Global Public Health. ; 8 S46-60. PMID: 22974183
  25. Nambiar D. (2013). India’s “Tryst” with Universal Health Coverage:  Observations of Ethnography in Indian Health Policymaking. Social Science & Medicine. 99: 135-142.  PMID:24041619
  26. Nambiar D, Rimal, R. (2012). Duty And Destiny: psychometric properties and correlates of HIV-related stigma among youth NGO workers in Delhi, India. AIDS Care. Jan. 2012. DOI: 10.1080/09540121.2011.648597. PMID:22292453
  27. Nambiar D, Ramakrishnan V, Kumar P, Varma R, Balaji N, Rajendran J,  Jhona L,  et al. (2011). Knowledge, Stigma, and Behavioral Outcomes among Antiretroviral Therapy Patients Exposed to Nalamdana's Radio and Theater Program in Tamil Nadu, India. AIDS Edu & Prev. 23(4):351-66.  PMID:21861609    
  28. Stone CA, Siril H, Nampanda E, Garcia ME, Tito J, Nambiar D, Chalamilla G, Kaaya SF. (2011). “I didn’t know that…” Patient Perceptions of Print Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) related to HIV/AIDS treatment. Tanzania Journal of Health Research. 13(2):1-12. PMID: 25566605
  29. Nambiar D. (2011). On HIV/AIDS-Related Stigma And Building Solidarity Beyond Public Health. Indian Journal of Medical Research. Jul;134:124-7. PMID:21808146
  30. Sheikh K, Nambiar D. (2011). Government Policies for Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medical (TCAM) Services in India: from Assimilation to Integration? National Medical Journal of India. 24(4):243. PMID:22208151
  31. Nambiar D. (2011). HIV-related stigma and NGO-isation in India: An historico-empirical analysis. Sociology of Health and Illness. 34(5):714-29. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2011.01428.x
  32. Nambiar D. (2010). Book Review: Performance Incentives for Global Health: Potential and Pitfalls. Global Public Health. 6(1): 106 -9. PMID:20865611
  33. Sood S. & Nambiar D. (2006).  Comparing Cost-Effectiveness of the Components of a Behavior Change Communication Campaign on HIV/AIDS in North India. Journal of Health Communication. 11(S2): 143-62. PMID:17148103

Other Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. Nambiar D, Mishra A. (2017). In Defense of Traditional Healers: Not What They’re Quack-ed Up to Be. eSocial Sciences. Available at: http://www.esocialsciences.org/Articles/show_Article.aspx?qs=iY42/1xLmEgi7f/Zvee3dfkShJSiOsTijajNG7p++382IAVF5qZ001YaDjHjLqlp

 

  1. Nambiar D, Sheikh K. (2016). How a Technical Agency Helped Scale Up a Community Health Worker Program: An Exploratory Study in Chhattisgarh State, India.  Health Systems and Reform. 2(2):123–134. DOI: 10.1080/23288604.2016.1148802
  2. Nambiar D, Narayan VNN (2014) AYUSH Medical Education: Reflections From History, Policy And The Field. Medico Friends’ Circle Bulletin. 357-360, July 2013- Feb 2014
  3. Nambiar D. (2014) Discrimination, Stigma and a Typology of Violence: Some Conceptual Reflections from HIV/AIDS Work. Medico Friends’ Circle Bulletin, 357-360, July 2013- Feb 2014
  4. Nambiar D. (2013). Ethnography and HPSR:  Critical Reflections on fieldwork and policymaking in India. Indian Anthropologist. 43 (1)

Books and Peer Reviewed Chapters

  1. Nandraj S, Nambiar D. (2018) Moving Towards Universal Health Coverage: Kerala’s Early Experience. In Prasad P, Jesani A. (Eds.) Equity and Access: Health Care Studies in India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  2. Nambiar D, Muralidharan A. (Eds.) (2017). The Social Health Determinants of Health in India: Concepts, Processes, Indicators. Singapore: Springer. Available from: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-10-5999-5.
  3. Dey S, Nambiar D, Lakshmi JK, Sheikh K, Reddy S. (2012). Health of the Elderly in India: Challenges of Access and Affordability. Smith JP, Majmundar M. (Eds). Aging in Asia Findings from New and Emerging Data Initiatives. Washington DC: National Academies Press.

 

Reports

  1. Rajbangshi R, Nambiar D. (2017). Steeped and Stagnant Conversations: Multi-Stakeholder perspectives on the social determinants of the health of women workers in Assam’s tea plantations. New Delhi: PHFI
  2. Nambiar D, Ganesan P. (2015). Placing Universal Health Coverage in a Social Determinants of Health Framework: Findings from a Review of Health and Related Schemes Under the Universal Health Coverage Project in Two Districts oF Kerala. New Delhi: PHFI.
  3. Ganesan P, Nambiar D. (2015). Placing Universal Health Coverage in a Social Determinants of Health (SDH) Framework: Preliminary Findings from a Situational Analysis of SDH Indicators in the Two Universal Health Coverage Pilot Districts of Kerala. New Delhi: PHFI.
  4. Technical Resource Group for the National Urban Health Mission. (2014). Recommendations of the Technical Resource Group for the National Urban Health Mission. New Delhi: National Health Systems Resource Centre.  Available at: http://nhsrcindia.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=333:report-recommendations-of-technical-resource-group-for-nuhm-executive-summary&catid=29:news&Itemid=728
  5. Health Governance Hub. (2014). Roundtable Consultation On Strengthening The Role Of Community Based Organizations In Universal Health Coverage: A Report of Proceedings. New Delhi: PHFI.
  6. Nambiar D, Rajbangshi P, Rao KD. (2014).Rural Recruitment, Retention, and Job Performance in Nagaland: A Qualitative Study.  New Delhi: PHFI/The World Bank Group.
  7. Rajbangshi P, Nambiar D, Rao KD. (2014).Rural Recruitment, Retention, and Job Performance in Meghalaya: A Qualitative Study.  New Delhi: PHFI/The World Bank Group.
  8. Khanna R, Nambiar D. (2014). UHC and the Role of Civil Society Organisations. A Working Paper. New Delhi: PHFI.
  9. Nambiar D, Muralidharan A. (2013). Report of Proceedings of a National Consultative Workshop on an Indian ‘Health Equity Watch.’ New Delhi: WHO Country Office for India/PHFI.
  10. Nambiar D, Rajbangshi P, Mayra K. (2013). Perceptions of National Health Decision-Makers regarding the Regional Governance of the World Health Organization: Results of a Qualitative Study in the South East Asia Region. Working Group 3. Paper3. London: The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House Centre on Human Security.  Available at: http://www.chathamhouse.org/publications/papers/view/197446
  11. Koon A, Nambiar D, Rao KD. (2012). Institutional Arrangements and Research Embeddedness in LMIC Policy-Making for Health. Geneva/Delhi: Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research/PHFI.
  12. Sheikh K, Nambiar D, Varma N. (2012).  Understanding ‘Scaling Up’ Community Action in Health: A Pilot Study in Chhattisgarh. New Delhi, India: Governance Hub, PHFI.
  13. Sheikh K, Nambiar D, Saligram P. (2012).  Understanding the influnce of private philanthropy on national health priority setting in (Low and) Middle Income Countries. New Delhi, India: Governance Hub, PHFI.
  14. High Level Expert Group on Universal Health Coverage. (2011) Recommendations of the High Level Expert Group on Universal Health Coverage. New Delhi, India: Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI).

Peer Reviewed Conference Abstracts

 

  1. Nambiar D.* Presentation: “Six provocations on technologizing health systems.” International Seminar on the Role of Technology in Democratic Politics in the 21st Century. India International Centre, Delhi, July 2018).
  2. Nambiar D.* Presentation: “Tadpole Lessons.” (Wellcome Trust Meeting on Policy Engagement, London, July 2018).
  3. Ryan, M, Nambiar D. Poster: “Resisting sex-work stigma and creating pathways to health: an ethnographic study in Delhi, India.”(5th Health Systems Research Symposium, Liverpool, United Kingdom, October 2018)
  4. Nambiar D, Mathew B, George S. Poster: “Unpacking vulnerability as proxy of health-seeking networks among the urban poor: lessons for strengthening public service delivery from two Indian cities.”(5th Health Systems Research Symposium, Liverpool, United Kingdom, October 2018)
  5. Nambiar D, Negi J. Presentation: “Equity Analysis in Health Systems Research.” (5th Health Systems Research Symposium, Liverpool, United Kingdom, October 2018)
  6. Rajbangshi P,* Nambiar D. Presentation: “Unequal, unfair, and neglected: health of women workers in tea plantations of Assam, India.” (National Conference on Health Inequities in India: Transformative Research for Action (AMCCON 2018), Achutha Menon Centre for Health Science Studies, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Science & Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, January 2018).
  7. Ryan M, Nambiar D.* Presentation: “Pathways of health care seeking among sex workers in Delhi: perspectives of workers, providers and NGO intermediaries.” (National Conference on Health Inequities in India: Transformative Research for Action (AMCCON 2018), Achutha Menon Centre for Health Science Studies, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Science & Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, January 2018).
  8. Nambiar D, Mishra A. Presentation: “Whither revitalization?: On documentation as a mode of disciplining senescent tribal knowledge in South India.” (Seminar: Anthropological Histories and Tribal Worlds in India, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla, March 2017).
  9. Nambiar D, Mishra A,*Madhavan H, Kadam S, Shrish N, Lal P, Piyadarshini S, V Pooja. Presentation: “Authenticity, Alliances, and Results: On the many notions of legitimacy held by traditional healers in South India” (Indian medicine: Between state and village, Leiden, Netherlands, June 2016)
  10. Desai S, Nambiar D,* Ved R. Presentation: “Perspectives from the Global South: Problematizing Assumptions Underlying the ‘Global South-Global North’ Geographical Imaginary & as to Who is 'Building Capacity' or 'Achieving Competency' in Global Health and Global Health Ethics Initiatives.”(13th International Association of Bioethics Meeting, Edinburgh, Scotland, June 2016)
  11. Nambiar D,* Rajbangshi P. Presentation: “Decoding Knowledge Translation: Initiatives, Institutions, and Perspectives on moving from knowledge to action and working across constituencies for policy/programme change.” (4th Health Systems Research Symposium, Vancouver, Canada, November 2016)
  12. Mishra A, Nambiar D.* Presentation: “Analyzing power and politics for resilient and responsive health systems: Theories, methods, issues.” (4th Health Systems Research Symposium, Vancouver, Canada, November 2016)
  13. Ved R, Nambiar D, Desai S. Poster: “Scaling Up as Resilience: Lessons from India’s decade-long Community Health Worker programme” (4th Health Systems Research Symposium, Vancouver, Canada, November 2016)
  14. Rao A, Motwani G, Nambiar D.* Poster: “Visibilising, Operationalising, De-stigmatising: Practices of Inclusion in Urban Health Care Provisioning across five Indian cities” (4th Health Systems Research Symposium, Vancouver, Canada, November 2016)
  15. Mishra A, Nambiar D. Presentation: “Documentation As Evidence: Marginalization of Local Health Traditions in India.” (Evidence, Accident, Discovery: 115th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Minneapolis, November 2016).
  16. Joseph J,* Nambiar D. Presentation: “A Gamble for Health? : Kerala's Experience with Financial Risk Protection Financing through the Karunya Benevolent Fund Scheme.” (Fifth Indian Health Economics and Policy Association Conference, Kolkata, December 2016)
  17. Nambiar D, Rajbangshi PR, Rao KD. Presentation: Understanding Rural Recruitment, Retention, and Job Performance in Two North-East Indian States using a Social Determinants of Health Lens.” (Public Health Foundation of India Research Symposium, March 2015).
  18. Nambiar D. Invited Lecture: “From Concept to Evidence to Policy: Reflections from the NUHM Policy Process.” (School of Social Design, Ambedkar University Delhi, August 2015).
  19. Nambiar D. Invited Presentation [Hindi]: “National Urban Heath Mission and Commitments to Reaching the Unreached.” (Human Rights Law Network Two-Day State Level Consultation on ‘Using the Law to Ensure Reproductive and Sexual Rights,’ New Delhi, October 2015).
  20. Nambiar D. Presentation: “Does Data Protect Health? Reflections from district level assessments in Kerala.” (143rd Annual American Public Health Association Conference, Chicago, USA, November 2015).
  21. Reddy KS, Nambiar D, Sheikh K. Poster: “Strengthening the role of community based organisations in Universal Health Coverage in India: Deliberations of a national consultative roundtable.” (Public Health Foundation of India Research Symposium, March 2014)
  22. Nambiar D. Invited Presentation: “From Concept to Evidence to Policy: Reflections from the NUHM Policy Process.” (Course on Research Methods in Work, Gender, and Health, VV Giri National Labour Institute, NOIDA, March 2014)
  23. Nambiar D, Gupta S, Ved R, Sundararaman S, Mander H. Presentation: “'Evidencing' social inclusion: Ethno-methodological reflections of India’s National Urban Health Mission.” (ESOCITE/Society for the Social Studies of Science, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2014)
  24. Nambiar D, Sheikh K, Dasgupta J. Presentation: “Whose UHC? Reflections from a national consultation on the role of community in relation to Universal Health Coverage in India.” (Health Systems Research Symposium, Cape Town, South Africa, September 2014)
  25. Nambiar D, Gupta S, Ved, R, Sundararaman S, Mander H. Poster: "Policy from the People: Reflections from Methodological reflections from India’s National Urban Health Policy Recommendation Exercise. (Health Systems Research Symposium, Cape Town, South Africa, September 2014)
  26. Nambiar D, Mayra K, Rajbangshi P. Presentation: "WHO Changed (Not) in a Changing World?: A Political Economy Analysis  " (International Symposium on 'Global Governance and Health: Critical Perspectives on Transnational Actors, Mechanisms and Processes and Implications for Population Health in India,’ New Delhi, India, September 2014)
  27. Nambiar D. Invited Presentation: “Policy Space(s) for Gender in India’s Universal Health Coverage Agenda: Reflections from a National Reform Process.” (Book Release & Seminar on Gender Based Violence and Public Health: International Perspectives on Budgets and Policies, New Delhi, India, March 2013).
  28. Nambiar D. Invited Presentation: “Gender gaps in health policy & programmes” (National Institute of Health and Family Welfare National Workshop on Gender Budgeting, New Delhi, India, April 2013).
  29. Nambiar D, Lakshmi JK, Sheikh K, Porter J, Sathyanarayana TN, Narayan V. Presentation: “Barriers and facilitators of integration of TCAM (Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medical) providers for essential health service delivery in three Indian states” (141st Annual American Public Health Association Conference, Boston, USA, November 2013).
  30. Nambiar D. Poster: Identifying needs for a "Health Equity Watch" in India: Recommendations of a Consultative Workshop. (Health Systems in Asia: Equity, Governance and Social Impact, Singapore, December 2013).
  31. Nambiar D. Presentation: "Rules of Evidence," "Rules of Politics:" Forms of Knowledge in Expert Decision-Making in India. (Health Systems in Asia: Equity, Governance and Social Impact, Singapore, December 2013).
  32. Lakshmi J, Sheikh K, Nambiar D, Porter J, Sathyaranana TN, Narayan V. Presentation: “If they are called doctors, why can’t they prescribe simple medicines?”: Role expectations of Traditional, Complementary & Alternative Medical (TCAM) providers in government health facilities in India.” (Health Systems in Asia: Equity, Governance and Social Impact, Singapore, December 2013).
  33. Nambiar D. Presentation: “How are Health Decisions Made and What is the Role of Youth Therein: A ‘Two-Taled’ Case Study.” (Youth in Motion, Council on Health Research and Development FORUM 2012, Cape Town, South Africa, April 2012).
  34. Nambiar D. Invited Presentation: “Greater Expectations: Reflections on Opportunities for Genders in Science.” (Youth in Motion, Council on Health Research and Development FORUM 2012, Cape Town, South Africa, April 2012).
  35. Nambiar D, Van Zee J, Hirsch J*. Poster: “More is (not) better? Interpreting the increasing visibility of HIV-related stigma in Vietnamese mainstream media through systematic content analysis methods.” (140th Annual American Public Health Association Conference, San Francisco, USA, October 2012).
  36. Nambiar D, Koon A, Rao KD*. Poster: “Amphibians at the Policy Ringside:” Country Experiences of Evidence Use in Health Decision-making.” (Health Systems Research Symposium, Beijing, PR China, October 2012).
  37. Nambiar D. Presentation: “A Tale of Two Triangles: A Comparison of Social Marketing and Cultural Activism Responses to HIV.” (Public Health Foundation of India Research Symposium, March 2011).
  38. Nambiar D, Le Minh G, Nguyen MH, Pham TH*, Van Zee J, Hirsch J. Poster: “Pain and Hope: Examining the Impact of a Museum Exhibition on HIV/AIDS in Vietnam.” (Fifth Entertainment Education Conference, New Delhi, India, November 2011)
  39. Nambiar D, Ramakrishnan V, Kumar K, Balaji N, Rajendran J*, Jhona L. Poster: “Quality of Life Outcomes Associated with Nalamdana’s Thendral Intervention for People on Antiretroviral Treatment in Tamil Nadu. (Fifth Entertainment Education Conference, Johns Hopkins Centre for Communication Programs, New Delhi, India, November 2011).
  40. Sheikh K, Nambiar D, Lakshmi JK*, Sathyanarayana TN. Presentation: “Integrating Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medical Providers for Universal Health Coverage in India: A Policy Analysis.” (Elsevier: Health Reform Asia Conference, Hong Kong SAR, PR China, December 2011). 
  41. Nambiar D, Chatterjee M, Balu P. Poster: “Determining the Social Determinants of Health in India: Evidence, Models, Responses and Recommendations.” (Elsevier: Health Reform Asia Conference, Hong Kong, SAR, PR China, December 2011).
  42. Nathanson C*, Bergeron H, & Nambiar D. Presentation: “Crisis, Innovation, and Policy Change.” (International Sociological Association Conference, Goteberg, Sweden. June 2010).
  43. Nambiar D. et al. Poster: “The flexible bridge: feasibility of Nalamdana's arts-based program to improve antiretroviral therapy adherence and patient HIV-related quality of life at a government hospital in Tamil Nadu.” (International AIDS Conference, Vienna, Austria, July 2010).
  44. Nambiar D. & Latkin C. Presentation: “Do We Practice what we Preach?: Prevalence and Correlates of Sexual Activity among Youth involved with NGO-based Peer HIV Prevention in Delhi, India.” (138th Annual American Public Health Association Conference, Denver, USA, October 2010)