Amrita Roy
Amrita Roy
PhD, MD, CCFP; Assistant Professor & Staff Physician, Dept. Family Medicine, Queen's University
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A unifying framework for depression: bridging the major biological and psychosocial theories through stress
A Roy, MK Campbell
Clinical and investigative medicine, E170-E190, 2013
512013
Higher zinc intake buffers the impact of stress on depressive symptoms in pregnancy
A Roy, SE Evers, WR Avison, MK Campbell
Nutrition Research 30 (10), 695-704, 2010
452010
Pathways into and out of homelessness: Domestic violence and housing security for immigrant women
WE Thurston, A Roy, B Clow, D Este, T Gordey, M Haworth-Brockman, ...
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 11 (3), 278-298, 2013
372013
Aboriginal worldviews and epidemiological survey methodology: Overcoming incongruence
A Roy
International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches 8 (1), 117-128, 2014
332014
Capturing the complexity of evaluations of health promotion interventions–a scoping review.
A Kania, AB Patel, A Roy, GS Yelland, DTK Nguyen, MJ Verhoef
Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation 27 (1), 2012
222012
Dietary supplement use and iron, zinc and folate intake in pregnant women in London, Ontario
A Roy, SE Evers, MK Campbell
Chronic Dis Inj Can 32 (2), 76-83, 2012
212012
Intergenerational trauma and Aboriginal women: Implications for mental health during pregnancy
A Roy
First Peoples Child & Family Review 9 (1), 7-21, 2014
192014
Promising healing practices for interventions addressing intergenerational trauma among Aboriginal youth: A scoping review
A Roy, R Noormohamed, RI Henderson, WE Thurston
First Peoples Child & Family Review 10 (2), 62-81, 2015
52015
Depression and mental health in pregnant Aboriginal women: key results and recommendations from the Voices and PHACES study (final report)
A Roy, WE Thurston
Calgary (AB): University of Calgary, 2015
52015
Stress and major depression: neuroendocrine and biopsychosocial mechanisms
A Roy, RN Roy
Handbook of Stress Volume 2: Stress Neuroendocrinology and Neurobiology …, 2017
42017
Systemic violence and immigrant women having escaped domestic abuse: Meaningfully reducing structural barriers to leaving intimate partner and familial violence
RI Henderson, WE Thurston, A Roy
Towards creating a resilience dialogue around domestic violence in …, 2014
42014
Research with, not on: Community-based Aboriginal health research through the “Voices and PHACES” study
A Roy, WE Thurston, LL Crowshoe, D Turner, B Healy
Reinvesting in Families: Strengthening Child Welfare Practice for a Brighter …, 2014
32014
A pilot longitudinal study of anti‐Müllerian hormone levels throughout gestation in low risk pregnancy
JR Freeman, BW Whitcomb, A Roy, ER Bertone‐Johnson, NG Reich, ...
Health Science Reports 1 (8), e53, 2018
22018
Longitudinal Patterns of Inflammatory Cytokines Across Normal Gestation [24L]
L Madonna, A Roy, A Healy, B Whitcomb
Obstetrics & Gynecology 127, 104S, 2016
12016
Intergenerational Trauma and Aboriginal Women: Implications for Mental Health During Pregnancy
A Roy
First Peoples Child & Family Review 14 (1), 211-224, 2019
2019
Longitudinal Patterns of Anti-Mullerian Hormone Across Normal Gestation [37L]
A Roy, B Whitcomb, A Healy
Obstetrics & Gynecology 129 (5), S131, 2017
2017
Understanding depression among pregnant Aboriginal women [PhD thesis]
A Roy
Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary (Calgary …, 2017
2017
1478: PRESENTATION AND COURSE OF PRENATAL SEPSIS IN AN ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER
H El Qaddoumi, A Roy, J Davis, F Katsikeris, P Okonoboh, J Friderici, ...
Critical Care Medicine 44 (12), 445, 2016
2016
TRAUMA, MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE IN PREGNANT ABORIGINAL WOMEN: RESULTS FROM THE “VOICES AND PHACES” STUDY
A Roy, WE Thurston
Canadian Journal of Addiction 7 (4), 34, 2016
2016
Understanding Depression Among Pregnant Aboriginal Women: Final Report, ACCFCR Doctoral Award
A Roy
Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research, 2016
2016
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