1. Factors influencing the retention of participants in online cancer screening training programs in India
Kavitha Dhanasekaran 1, Roshani Babu 2, Vipin Kumar 1, Shalini Singh 2, Roopa Hariprasad 3 | DOI: 10.1186/s12909-020-02144-y
2. Leveraging Technology for Nation-Wide Training of Healthcare Professionals in Cancer Screening in India: a Methods Article
Babu R1, Dhanasekaran K2, Mehrotra R1, Hariprasad R3. Leveraging Technology for Nation-Wide Training of Healthcare Professionals in Cancer Screening in India: a Methods Article. DOI: 10.1007/s13187-020-01720-6 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32130665/
Kavitha Dhanasekaran, Roshni Babu, Vipin Kumar, Ravi Mehrotra, Roopa Hariprasad Capacity Building of Gynecologists in Cancer Screening Through Hybrid Training Approach https://doi.org/10.1007/s13187-019-01589-0
4. Project ECHO: a Potential Best-Practice Tool for Training Healthcare Providers in Oral Cancer Screening and Tobacco Cessation
Nethan S, Hariprasad R, Babu R, Kumar V, Sharma S & Mehrotra R. Project ECHO: a Potential Best-Practice Tool for Training Healthcare Providers in Oral Cancer Screening and Tobacco Cessation. Journal of Cancer Education. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13187-019-01549-8
Hariprasad R, Arora S, Babu R, Sriram L, Sardana S, Hanumappa S, Mehrotra R. Retention of Knowledge Levels of Health Care Providers in Cancer Screening Through Telementoring. J Glob Oncol. 2018 Jul;(4):1-7.
Hariprasad R, Sodhani P, Gupta S, Sriram L, Saraf D, Bodat S, Kumar R, Rajaraman P, Mehrotra R. Opportunistic cervical cancer screening of women visitors at a trade fair in New Delhi. Indian J Med Res 145, January 2017, pp 144-1
7. Role of Accredited Social Health Activists in Cancer Screening in India: Brightest ‘Ray of Hope’.
Hariprasad R, Mehrotra R. Role of accredited social health activists (ASHAs) in cancer screening in India: brightest ‘Ray of hope’ Asian Pac J Cancer Prev. 2016; 17(7):3659-60. READ MORE