PUBLICATIONS

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES


Published
 

  1. Morrow, M., Guruge, S., Lal, R., Jiang, C., Hoong, P., Nimesh, P., & Bryson, S. (2019). Intersectionality as an analytic framework for understanding the experiences of mental health stigma among racialized men. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 1-14. 
     

  2. Guruge, S., Zanchetta, M., Roche, B., & Lucchese, S. (2019). New lives, new challenges: access to intimate partner violence services for portuguese-speaking immigrant women. Revista Eletrônica de Enfermagem, 21(55653). doi: 10.5216/ree.v21.55653
     

  3. Morrow, M., Bryson, S., Lal, R., Hoong, P., Jiang, C., Jordan, S., Patel, N., & Guruge, S. (2019). Intersectionality as an analytic framework for understanding the experiences of mental health stigma among racialized men. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, doi: 10.1007/s11469-019-00140-y
     

  4. Seifi, S., Guruge, S., & Zanchetta, M. (2019). Housing concerns faced by immigrant women dealing with intimate partner violence: Findings of a qualitative study in Vancouver, Canada. Arts and Social Science Journal, 9(6), doi: 10.4172/2151-6200.1000427
     

  5. Guruge, S., Sidani, S., Matsuoka, A., Man, G., & Pirner, D. (2019). Developing a comprehensive understanding of elder abuse prevention in immigrant communities: A comparative mixed methods study protocol. BMJ Open, 9(1), e022736. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-022736
     

  6. Guruge, S., Sidani, S., Wang, L., Sethi, B., Spitzer, D., Walton-Roberts, M., & Hyman I. (2019). Understanding social network and support for older immigrants in Ontario, Canada: A multi-methods study protocol. JMIR Aging, 2(1), e12616. doi: 10.2196/12616
     

  7. Wang, L., Guruge, S., & Montana G. (2019). Older immigrants’ access to primary health care in Canada: A scoping review. Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 38(2). doi: 10.1017/S0714980818000648
     

  8. Guruge, S., Sidani, S., Illesinghe, V., Younes, R., Bukhari, H., Altenberg, J., Rashid, M., & Fredericks, S. (2018). Healthcare needs and health service utilization by Syrian refugee women in Toronto. Conflict and health, 12(1), 46. doi: 10.1186/s13031-018-0181-x
     

  9. Sidani, S., Guruge, S., Fox, M., & Collins, L. (2018). Gender differences in perpetuating factors, experience and management of chronic insomnia. Journal of Gender Studies, 28(4), 402-413. doi: 10.1080/09589236.2018.1491394
     

  10. Livingston, J., Bryson, S., Patel, N., Hoong, P., Lal, R., Morrow, M., & Guruge, S. (2018). Stigma Associated with Mental Illness Among Asian Men in Vancouver, Canada. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. doi: 10.1177/0020764018805125
     

  11. Guruge, S., Fung, K.P., Sidani, S., Este, D., Morrow, M., McKenzie, K., & Wong, J.P.H. (2018). Study Protocol: Mobilizing Asian men in Canada to reduce stigma of mental illness. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 71, 133-139. doi: 10.1016/j.cct.2018.06.009
     

  12. Guruge, S., Ford-Gilboe, M., Varcoe, C., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., Ganesan, M., Sivayogan, S., Kanthasamy, P., Shanmugalingam, P. & Vithanarachchi, H. (2017). Intimate partner violence in the post-war context: Women’s experiences and community leaders’ perceptions in the eastern province of Sri Lanka. PloS ONE, 12(3). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0174801
     

  13. Guruge, S., Wang, A.Z.Y., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., & Sidani, S. (2017). Knowing so much, yet knowing so little: A critical review of literature on interventions that address the stigma of mental illness in the Canadian context. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 22(5), 507-523doi: 10.1080/13548506.2016.1191655
     

  14. Sidani, S., Ibrahim, S., Lok, J., Fan, L., Fox, M., & Guruge, S. (2017). An integrated strategy for the cultural adaptation of evidence-based interventions. Health, 9, 738-755. doi: 10.4236/health.2017.940
     

  15. Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., Guruge, S., Gamage, B., & Espin, S. (2016). Interprofessional work in operating rooms: A qualitative study from Sri Lanka. BMC surgery, 16(1), 61. doi: 10.1186/s12893-016-0177-7
     

  16. Souto, R. Q., Guruge, S., Merighi, M.A.B., Jesus, M.C.P., Egit, S. & Knowles, L. (2016). Intimate partner violence among Portuguese speaking immigrant adult women in Canada. Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP, 50(6), 905-912. doi: 10.1590/s0080-623420160000700005
     

  17. Hyman, I., Vahabi, M., Bailey, A., Patel, S., Guruge, S., Wilson-Mitchell, K., Wong, J.P. (2016). Taking action on violence through research, policy, and practice. Global Health Research and Policy, 1, 1-9. doi: 10.1186/s41256-016-0006-7
     

  18. Guruge, S., Morrison, L., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., & Mock, T.  (2016). Intimate partner violence in Hawai’i: Communities in distress. Arts and Social Science Journal, 7(2), 1-7. doi: 10.4172/2151-6200.1000185
     

  19. Souto, R. Q., Guruge, S., Merighi, M.A.B., & Jesus, M.C.P. (2016). Intimate partner violence among older Portuguese immigrant women in Canada.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, p/1-19. doi: 10.1177/0886260516646101
     

  20. Fredericks, S., & Guruge, S. (2016). Cardiovascular interventions for immigrant women: A scoping review. Clinical Nursing Research, 25(4), 410-431. doi: 10.1177/1054773816643935
     

  21. Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., Guruge, S., Gamage, B.D., & Espin, S. (2016). Interprofessional work in operating rooms: A qualitative study from Sri Lanka. BMC Surgery, 16(1), 1-9. doi: 10.1186/s12893-016-017
     

  22. Guruge, S., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., & Gunawardena, N. (2015). A Review of the Sri Lankan Health Sector Response to Intimate Partner Violence: Looking Back, Moving Forward. South-East Asian Journal of Public Health, 4(1-2). at: http://www.researchgate.net/publication/283090248
     

  23. Guruge, S., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., Gunawardena, N., & Perera, J. (2015). Intimate Partner Violence in Sri Lanka: A scoping review. Ceylon Medical Journal, 60, 133-138.
     

  24. Guruge, S., Hynie, M., Shakya, Y., Akbar, A., Htoo, S., & Abiyo, S. (2015). Refugee youth and migration: Arts-informed research to understand changes in roles and responsibilities. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 16(3), Art 15. http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs1503156.
     

  25. Guruge, S., Birpreet, B., & Samuels-Dennis, J. (2015). Health status and health determinants of older immigrant women in Canada: A scoping review. Journal of Aging Research, Article ID 393761. doi:10.1155/2015/393761
     

  26. Guruge, S., Thomson, M.S., & Seifi, S. (2015). A scoping review of mental health among older immigrants in Canada: Looking back, moving forward. Canadian Journal on Aging, 34(4): 1–16. doi:10.1017/S0714980815000379
     

  27. Guruge, S. & Butt, H. (2015). A scoping review of mental health issues among immigrant and refugee youth in Canada: Looking back, moving forward. Canadian Journal of Public Health.
     

  28. Guruge, S., Thomson, M.S., George, U. & Chaze, F. (2015). Social support, social conflict, and immigrant women’s mental health in a Canadian context: A scoping review. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing.
     

  29. Fredericks, S. & Guruge, S. (2015). Promoting immigrant women’s health through a revised model of care: A discussion of strategies for redesigning cardiovascular education interventions. Advances in Nursing Sciences.
     

  30. Thomson, M.S., Chaze, F., George, U., Guruge, S. (2015). Improving immigrant populations’ access to mental health services in Canada: A review of barriers and recommendations. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. doi: 10.1007/s10903-015-0175-3
     

  31. Zanchetta, M.S., Maheu, C,. Kolisnyk, O., Mohamed, M., Guruge, S., Kinslikh, D., Christopher, J.J., Stevenson, M., SanJose, C., Sizto, T. & Byam, A. (2015). Canadian men’s self-management of chronic diseases: A literature analysis of strategies for dealing with risks and promoting wellness. American Journal of Men’s Health. doi: 10.1177/155798831557674
     

  32. Guruge, S. (2014). Perceptions of and responses to intimate partner violence among Sinhalese immigrant women in Toronto. Arts and Social Sciences Journal. Special issue: Violence against immigrant women: A global perspective throughout the life-cycle. doi: 10.4172/2151-6200.S1-006
     

  33. Guruge, S., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V. & Gunawardena, N. (2014). Time to step-up: A review of the health sector response to intimate partner violence in Sri Lanka. Journal of the College of Community Physicians of Sri Lanka, 20(1):57-61.
     

  34. Madhavi, A.V.P., Guruge, S., Schwind, J., & Schindel-Martin, L. (2014). Exploring the experiences of loneliness among older Sinhalese women in Canada. Perspectives – Journal of the Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association. 37(1), 6-14.
     

  35. Zanchetta, M., Salami, B., Bailey, A., Guruge, S., Ohama, A., Renaud, L., Rheaume, J., Cote, R., Perreault, M., da Cunha, Z., Avila, M., & Boery, R. (2014). Enhancing critical reflection of Brazilian community health agents’ awareness of social determinants of health. SAGE Open.
     

  36. Zanchetta, M., Maheu, C., Galhego-Garcia, W., Baku, L., Guruge, S., & Secord, S. (2013). Explorando Potencialidades para a Criacão de Rede de Apoio Social a Mulheres Lusófonas que Vivem com Câncer de Mama em Toronto, Canadá (Exploring potentialities for the creation of a social support network for Portuguese-speaking women living with breast cancer in Toronto, Canada). Revista Brasileira de Cancerologia,(3), 391-400.
     

  37. Guruge, S. (2012). Intimate partner violence: A global health perspective. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research (special issue on Global health), 44(4), 36-54.
     

  38. Guruge, S. (2012). Nurses’ role in caring for women experiencing intimate partner violence in the Sri Lankan context. International Scholarly Research Network – Nursing. Vol. 2012, Article ID 486273, 8 pages. 
     

  39. Guruge, S., Ford-Gilboe, M., Samuels-Dennis, J., Varcoes, C., Wilk, P., & Wuest, J. (2012). Rethinking social support and conflict: Lessons from a study of women who have separated from abusive partners. Nursing Research and Practice. , Vol. 2012, Article ID 738905, 10 pages. 
     

  40. Guruge, S., Roche, B., & Catallo, C. (2012). Violence against women: An exploration of the physical and mental health trends among immigrant and refugee women in Canada. Nursing Research and Practice (special issue on Immigration and Health), vol. 2012, Article ID 434592, 15 pages.
     

  41. Guruge, S., Bender, A., Hyman, I., Aga, F., Tamiru, M., Hailemariam, D., Kassa, A., & Rafaie-Shirpak, K. (2012). Towards a global interdisciplinary evidence-informed practice: Intimate partner violence in the Ethiopian context. International Scholarly Research Network – Nursing. Vol. 2012, Article ID 307271, 8 pages. 
     

  42. Matsuoka, A., Guruge, S., Koehn, S., Beaulieu, M., & Ploeg, J. et al. (2012). Prevention of abuse of older women in the post-migration context in Canada. Canadian Review of Social Policy /Revue Canadienne de politique sociale (special issue on older adults), 68/69: 107-120.
     

  43. Hynie, M., Guruge, S., & Shakya, Y. B. (2012). Family Relationships of Afghan, Karen and Sudanese Refugee Youth. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 44(3), 11-28.
     

  44. Bender, A., Guruge, S. , Hyman, I., & Janjua, M. (2012). Tuberculosis and common mental disorders: International lessons for Canadian immigrant health. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research (special issue on Global health), 44(4), 56-75.
     

  45. McGilton, K.S., Sidani, S., Boscart, V., Guruge, S., & Brown, M. (2012). The relationship between care providers’ relational behaviors and residents’ mood and behavior in longterm care settings. Aging & Mental Health, 16(4):507-15.
     

  46. Guruge, S., Maheu, C., Zanchetta, M., Fernandez, F., & Baku, L. (2011). Social support for breast cancer management among Portuguese speaking immigrant women. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 43(4),48-66.
     

  47. Bender, A., Guruge, S., Aga, F., Hailemariam, D., Hyman, I., & Tamiru, M. (2011). International collaboration as social relation: An Ethiopian-Canadian example. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 43(2): 62-75.
     

  48. Hyman, I., Mason, R., Guruge, S., Berman, H., Kanagaratnam, P. & Manuel, L. (2011). Perceptions of factors contributing to intimate partner violence among Sri Lankan Tamil immigrant women in Canada. Health Care for Women International, 32(9):779-794.
     

  49. Guruge, S., Kanthasamy, P., Jokajasa, J., Wan, Y.W.T., Chinchian, M., Refaie-Shirpak, K. Paterson, P., & Sathananthan,S., (2010). Older women speak about abuse and neglect in the post-migration context. Women’s Health and Urban Life, 9(2): 15-41.
     

  50. Guruge, S., Shirpak, R., Zanchetta, M., Gastaldo, D., Hyman, I., & Sidani, S. (2010). A Meta-synthesis of Post-migration Changes in Marital Relationships in Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 101(4)327-331.
     

  51. Guruge, S., Hunter, J. Barker, McNally, M.J., & Magalhães, L. (2010). Immigrant women’s experiences of receiving care in a mobile health clinic. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(2): 350 – 359.
     

  52. Guruge, S., Khanlou, N., & Gastaldo, D. (2010). The production of intimate male partner violence in the migration process : Intersections of gender, race, and class. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(1): 103 –113.
     

  53. Shakya, Y., Guruge, S., Hynie, M., Akbari, A., Malik, M., & Alley, S. (2010). Aspirations for higher education for refugee youth in Toronto: Expectations, challenges, and strategies. REFUGE – special issue on Higher education for refugees, 27(2), 65-78. 
     

  54. Fredericks, S., Guruge, S., Sidani, S., & Wan, T. (2010). Post-operative patient education: A systematic review. Clinical Nursing Research: An International Journal, 19 (2), 144-164.
     

  55. Shirpak, K. R., Guruge, S., & Chinichian, M. (2010). Meta-synthesis of qualitative research in health sciences. Iranian Journal of Epidemiology, 6(1), 51-57. (published in Farsi)
     

  56. Sidani, S., Guruge, S., Ford-Gilboe, M., Varcoe, C., & Miranda, J. (2010). Cultural adaptation and translation of measures: An integrated method. Research in Nursing and Health, 33(2): 133-43.
     

  57. Guruge, S., Berman, R., Murphy-Kilbride, K., Tyyskä, Woungang, I., Edwards, S., & Clune, L. (2009). Implications of English proficiency on immigrant women’s access to & utilization of health services. Women’s Health and Urban Life, 8(2): 21-41.
     

  58. Guruge, S., & Humphreys, J. (2009). Barriers that affect abused immigrant women’s access to and use of formal social supports. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 41(3): 64-84.
     

  59. Fredericks, S., Guruge, S., Sidani, S., & Wan, T. (2009). Patient demographics and learning needs: Examinations of relationships. Clinical Nursing Research, 18(4):307-322.
     

  60. Hyman, I., Guruge, S. , & Mason, R. (2008). The impact of post-migration changes on marital relationships: A study of Ethiopian immigrant couples in Toronto. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 39(2), 149-164.
     

  61. McGilton, K., Guruge, S., Bloch, L., Librado, R., Boscart, V. (2008). Health Care Aides’ struggle to build and maintain relationships with families. Canadian Journal on Aging, 27(2), 135-143.
     

  62. Bender, A., Clune, L. & Guruge, S. (2008). Considering place in community health nursing. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research - 40th Anniversary special issue – A ten year retrospective, 41(1): 128-143 (Republished as part of landmark articles from CJNR vol: 31-40).
     

  63. Mason, R., Hyman, I., Berman, H., Guruge, S., Kanagaratnam, P., & Manuel, L. (2008). “Violence is an international language”: Tamil women’s perceptions of intimate partner violence. Violence Against Women, 14(2), 1397-1412.
     

  64. Bender, A., Clune, L., & Guruge, S. (2007). Considering place in community health nursing. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research special issue: Geography and Health, 39(3): 20-25
     

  65. Hyman, I., Mason, R., Berman, H., Guruge, S., Manuel, L., Kanagaratnam, P., Yoganathan, T., & Tarcicius, R. (2006). Perceptions of and responses to intimate partner violence among Tamil women in Toronto. Canadian Woman Studies, 25(1& 2):145-150.
     

  66. Guruge, S., McGilton, K., Yetman, L., Campbell, H., Librado, R., Bloch, L., & Ladak, S. (2005). Unit manager’s role with family members of clients in complex continuing care settings: An untold story. Canadian Journal on Aging, 24(2), 127-138. 
     

  67. Beal, G., Veldhorst, G., McGrath, J., Guruge, S., Grewal, P., DuNunzio, R., & Trimnell, J. (2005). Constituting community: Creating a place for oneself. Psychiatry, 68(3): 199-211.
     

  68. Guruge, S. & Khanlou, N. (2004). Intersectionalities of influence: Researching health of immigrant and refugee women. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 36(3), 32-47.
     

  69. Hyman, I., Guruge, S., Mason, R., Gould, J., Stuckless, N., Tang, T., Teffera, H., & Mekonnen, G (2004). Post- migration changes in gender relations among Ethiopian immigrants in Toronto. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 36(4): 74-89.
     

  70. Guruge, S. & Sidani, S. (2002) Effects of demographic characteristics on preoperative teaching outcomes: A meta- analysis. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 34(4), 25-33.
     

  71. Hyman, I., Guruge, S., Makarchuk, M., Cameron, J., & Micevski, V (2002). Promotion of healthy eating among new immigrant women in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 63(3), 125-129.
     

  72. Hyman, I., & Guruge, S. (2002). A review of theory and health promotion strategies for new immigrant women. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 93(3), 183-187.
     

  73. Turrittin, J., Hagey, R., Guruge, S., Collins, E., & Mitchell, M. (2002). The experiences of professional nurses who have migrated to Canada: Cosmopolitan citizenship or democratic racism?. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 39(6), 655-667.
     

  74. Guruge, S., Lee, R.N.F., & Hagey, R. (2001). When conventional diabetes care is viewed as complementary: Perspectives of a Chinese client. Alternative & Complementary Therapies Journal, 7(2), 117-120.
     

  75. Hagey, R., Choudhry, U., Guruge, S., Turritin, J., Collins, E., & Lee, R. (2001). Immigrant nurses’ experience of racism. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 33(4), 389-394.
     

  76. Hyman, I., Guruge, S., Stewart, D., & Ahmad, F. (2000). Primary prevention of violence against women. Women's Health Issues, 10(6), 283-293.

  77. Guruge, S., & Donner, G. (1996). Transcultural nursing and its relevance in the Canadian health care system. The Canadian Nurse, 92(8), 36-40. 

 

BOOKS

 

Guruge, S., & Collins, E.(Eds.). (2008). Working with Immigrant Women: Issues and Strategies for Mental Health Professionals. Toronto, ON: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

BOOK CHAPTERS
 

  1. Guruge, S., Al Jamal, A., Yercich, S., David, R., Rossiter, K., & Dillon, M. (2020). Domestic Homicides in Immigrant & Refugee Communities. In P. Jaffe, K. Scott, & A.L. Straatman (Eds.). Preventing Domestic Homicides: Lessons Learned from Tragedies. Academic Press (pp. 111-135).
     

  2. Guruge, S., & Matsuoka, A. (2020). Synergy of oppression: Older immigrant women’s health and experiences of elder abuse. In M. Morrow, C. Varcoe, and O. Hankivsky (Eds.). Women’s Health in Canada. (2nd ed.).
     

  3. Guruge, S., Hershkowitz, M., & Hart, C. (2019). The five W’s of migration and settlement decision making. In H. Bauder (Ed.). Putting Family First. UBC Press (pp. 133-152).
     

  4. Maelzer, M., Guruge, S., & Thind, A. (2019). Reaching the Hard-to-Reach: Conducting Research on Elder Abuse in Toronto's Arab Community. In Sibbald, S.L. & McKinley, G. (Eds.). Western Public Health Casebook 2019. Public Health Casebook Publishing.
     

  5. Guruge, S., Hershkowitz, M., Hart, C. (2019). Contextual influence on the migration and settlement related decision-making: Why, where, when, what, and who. In H. Bauder (Ed.). Putting Family First. Vancouver (BC): UBC Press.
     

  6. Wilson-Mitchelle, K., Petosic, T., Guruge, S., & Robertson A. (2019). Intergenerational Violence. In H. Bauder (Ed.). Putting Family First. Vancouver (BC): UBC Press. 
     

  7. Shields, J., Gintova, M., Guruge, S., Tanon, R., & Hershkowitz, M. (2019). Settling on Services: Understanding the place of services in immigrant family integration. In H. Bauder (Ed.), Putting Family First. Vancouver (BC): UBC Press.
     

  8. Hepburn, S., Matsuoka, A., Guruge, S., & Manuel, L. (2015). Intervention strategies to address abuse of ethnocultural minority older adults from different communities. In S. Koehn, & M. Badger (Eds.). Health care equity for ethnic minority older adults. Vancouver, BC: Gerontology Research Centre, Simon Fraser University (pp. 46-54). 
     

  9. Guruge, S., George, U., & Jayasuriya, V. (2014). Intimate partner violence among immigrant women in Canada. In A. Jain (Ed.). Violence against Women: All Pervading. Elspeth Heyworth Centre for Women: Toronto.
     

  10. Shakya, Y. Guruge, S., Hynie, M., Htoo, S., Akbari, A., Jandu, B., Spasevski, M. et al. (2014). Newcomer refugee youth as ‘resettlement champions’ for their families: Vulnerability, resilience and empowerment. In L. Simich & L. Andermann (Eds). Refuge and Resilience. Springer Publishing.
     

  11. Bender, A., Hyman, I., Guruge, S., & Janjua, M. (2012). Addressing the intersections of tuberculosis, mental disorder, and their underlying social conditions in immigrant health: A scoping review from a syndemics perspective. In A. Sobrun-Maharaj, S. Parackal, F. Rossen, S. Nayar, E. Ho, J. Hand, Y. Ratbasabapathy, D. Newcombe, & S. Amerathunga. (Eds). Social environment, migration and health: Proceedings of the Fifth International Asian and Ethnic Minority Health and Wellbeing Conference. Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland (pp.160-169). 
     

  12. Guruge, S., Tiwari, A., & Baty. M. (2010). International perspectives on family violence. In J. Humphreys & J. Campbell (Eds.). Family Violence and Nursing Practice (2nd ed). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (pp.411-36).
     

  13. Guruge, S. (2010). Perceptions of and responses to intimate partner violence: Findings from a study in the Sri Lankan Tamil community in Toronto. In J.S.F. Fong (Ed). Out of the Shadows: Woman Abuse in Ethnic, Immigrant, and Aboriginal Communities. Canadian Scholars Press (pp.264 – 283).
     

  14. Hyman, I., Mason, R., Guruge, S., Mekonnen, G., Stuckless, N., Tang, T., & Teffera, H. (2010). Changes in gender relations as a risk factor for marital conflict and intimate partner violence: A study of Ethiopian immigrant couples if Canada. In J.S.F. Fong (Ed). Out of the Shadows: Woman Abuse in Ethnic, Immigrant, and Aboriginal Communities. Canadian Scholars Press (pp. 172 –185).
     

  15. Khanlou N., & Guruge S. (2008). Refugee youth and identity: On the margins of mental health promotion theory, research and practice. In M. Hajdukowski-Ahmed, N. Khanlou, & H. Moussa (Eds.). Not born a Refugee: Refugee women reclaim their identities in research, education, policy and creativity. Oxford/New York: Berghahn Books and Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, (pp. 173-179).
     

  16. Collins, E., & Guruge, S. (2008). Theoretical perspectives and conceptual frameworks. In S. Guruge & E. Collins (Eds.). Working with Women: Issues and Strategies for Mental Health Professionals. Toronto, ON: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) (pp.19-38).
     

  17. Collins, E., Shakya, Y.B., Guruge, S., & Santos, J.E. (2008). Services for women: Access, equity and quality. In S. Guruge & E. Collins (Eds.). (2008). Working with Women: Issues and Strategies for Mental Health Professionals. Toronto, ON: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) (pp.119-133).
     

  18. Guruge, S., Kanthasamy, P., & Santos, J.E. (2008). Addressing older women’s health: A pressing need. In S. Guruge & E. Collins (Eds.). (2008). Working with Women: Issues and Strategies for Mental Health Professionals. Toronto, ON: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) (pp. 235-256).
     

  19. Guruge, S., & Collins, E. (2008). Introduction. In S. Guruge & E. Collins (Eds.). Working with Women: Issues and Strategies for Mental Health Professionals. Toronto, ON: Centre for Addiction & Mental Health (CAMH) (p.xv-xxi).
     

  20. Guruge, S., & Collins, E. (2008). Emerging trends in Canadian immigration and challenges for newcomers. In S. Guruge & E. Collins (Eds.). Working with Women: Issues and Strategies for Mental Health Professionals. Toronto, ON: CAMH (p.3-15).
     

  21. Collins, E., & Guruge, S. (2008). Future directions. In S. Guruge & E. Collins (Eds.). Working with Women: Issues and Strategies for Mental Health Professionals. Toronto, ON: CAMH (pp. 319- 328). 
     

  22. Hyman, I. & Guruge, S. (2006). Immigrant women’s health. In R. Srivastava (Ed.). The Health Care Professional's Guide to Clinical Cultural Competence. Elsevier Canada: Toronto, ON (pp. 264-280).
     

  23. Guruge, S., Donner, G., & Morrison, L. (2000). The impact of Canadian health care reform on recent women immigrants and refugees. In D. Gustafson (Ed.). Care and Consequences. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing (pp. 222- 242).
     

  24. Morrison, L., Guruge, S., & Snarr, K. (1999). Sri Lankan Tamil immigrants in Toronto: Gender, marriage patterns, and sexuality. In G. Kelson & B. Delaureat (Eds.). Gender, Immigration, and Policy. New York: New York University Press (pp. 144-160).
     

  25. Morrison, L., & Guruge, S. (1997). We are a part of all that we have met: Women and AIDS. In D.C. Umeh (Ed.). Cross-Cultural Perspectives on HIV/AIDS Education. Trenton: Africa World Press (pp.197- 214).
     

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