Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Khanlou N, Vazquez LM, Pashang S, Connolly JA, Ahmad F, & Ssawe A. (2021). 2020 Syndemic: Convergence of COVID-19, gender-based violence, and racism pandemics. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40615-021-01146-w

Lee V, Albaum C, Tablon Modica P, Ahmad F, Gorter JW, Khanlou N, McMorris C, Lai J, Harrison C, Hedley T, Johnston P, Putterman C, Spoelstra M, & Weiss JA. (2021). The impact of COVID-19 on the mental health and wellbeing of caregivers of autistic children and youth: A scoping review. Autism Research. https://doi.org/10.1002/aur.2616

Lal R, Reaume G, El Morr C, & Khanlou N. (2021). Mental help seeking behaviour of women university students: An intersectionality analysis. International Health Trends and Perspectives, 1(2), 288-307. https://doi.org/10.32920/ihtp.v1i2.1436

Khanlou N, Khan A, Vazquez MA, & Zangeneh M. (2021). Digital literacy, access to technology and inclusion for young adults with developmental disabilities. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities33(1), 1-25. (published online April 2020). DOI: 10.1007/s10882-020-09738-w

Keethakumar A, Mehra VM, Khanlou N, & Tamim H. (2021). Cannabis use and patterns among middle and older aged Canadians prior to legalization: A sex-specific analysis of the Canadian Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey. BMC Public Health, 21 (26). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-10074-z

Su C, Khanlou N & Mustafa N. (2021). Chinese immigrant mothers of children with developmental disabilities: Stressors and social support. International of Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 19, 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-018-9882-z

Khan A & Khanlou N. (2021). Ethnic identity, self-esteem, resilience and mental health among immigrant and Canadian-born Pakistani youth. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 19, 47-61. (published online August 2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-019-00118-w

Epstein I, Khanlou N, Ermel RE, Sherk M, Simmonds KK, Balaquiao L, & Chang K-Y. (2021). Students who identify with a disability and instructors’ experiences in nursing practice: A scoping review. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 19, 91-118. (published online September 2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-019-00129-7

Islam F, Sultana A, Qasim S, Kozak M, Tamim H, & Khanlou N. (2021). “Children are going on a different path”: Youth identity from the Bangladeshi immigrant parents’ perspective. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 19, 143-154. (published online October 2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-019-00148-4

Olawo O, Pilkington B, & Khanlou N. (2021). Identity related factors affecting the mental health of African immigrant youth living in Canada. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction,19, 701-713. (published online December 2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-019-00177-z

Filler T, Georgiadis K, Khanlou N, Wahoush O. (2021). Understanding mental health and identity from Syrian refugee adolescents’ perspectives. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 19, 764-777. (published online December 2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-019-00185-z

Epstein I, Stephens L, Mora Severino S, Khanlou,N, Lynne Mack T, Barker D, & Dadashi N (2020). “Ask me what I need”: A call for shifting responsibility upwards and creating inclusive learning environments in clinical placement. Nurse Education Today, 92, 104505.

Islam F, Tamim H, & Khanlou N. (2020). “Maybe once I find a good job, I will be better’: Seeking Mental Healthcare in Little Bangladesh, Toronto, Canada. Journal of Concurrent Disorders, 2(1), 35-55. https://concurrentdisorders.ca/2020/04/23/current-issue/

Gagliardi AR, Dunn S, Foster AM, Grace SL, Khanlou N, Stewart DE. (2020). Is patient-centred care for women a priority for policy-makers? Content analysis of government policies. BMC Health Research Policy & Systems, 18 (23).. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12961-020-0533-z

Nyhof BB, Jameel B, Dunn S, Grace SL, Khanlou N, Stewart DE, Gagliardi AR. (2020).Identifying strategies to implement patient-centred care for women: Qualitative interviews with women. Patient Education & Counseling, 103(7), 1422-1427. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2020.02.008

Gagliardi AR, Greene C, Dunn S, Grace SL, Khanlou N, & Stewart D. (2019). How do and could clinical guidelines support patient-centred care for women: Content analysis of guidelines. PloS one. 14(11), e0224507-e0224507.

Khan A, Khanlou N, Qayyum A, Salamati P, & Naji Z. (2019). Prevalence, predictors and diagnostic dilemmas: State of bipolar disorder in post-secondary students in WHO EMRO. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 17(3), 502-519. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-019-0053-7

Vazquez, LM., Khanlou, N., Davidson, D., & Aidarus, F. (2019). Strategies to promote the inclusion of young adults with developmental disabilities in community-based health studies. Qualitative Health Research, 29(7), 958-971.

Gagliardi, AR, Dunn S, Foster, A, Grace, S., Green, C R, Khanlou, N, ... & Wright, F. C. (2019). How is patient-centred care addressed in women’s health? A theoretical rapid review. BMJ Open, 9(2), e026121.

Epstein I, Khanlou N, Balaquiao L, & Chang K-Y. (2019). University students’ mental health and illness experiences in health and allied health programs: A scoping review. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 17(3), 743-764. https://doi.org//10.1007/s11469-018-9987-4

Christmas C & Khanlou N. (2019). Defining youth resilience: A scoping review. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 17(3), 731-742. https://doi.org//10.1007/s11469-018-0002-x

Vazquez LM, Khanlou N, Davidson D, & Aidarus F. (2019). Strategies to promote the inclusion of young adults with developmental disabilities in community-based health studies. Qualitative Health Research, 29(7), 958-971. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049732318808249

Pashang S, Khanlou N, & Clarke J. (2019). The mental health impact of cyber sexual violence on youth identity. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 17(5), 1119-1131. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-018-0032-4

Khanlou N, Mantini A, Khan A, Degendorfer, & Zangeneh M. (2018). Protection of privacy of information rights among young adults with developmental disabilities. International of Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 16(3), 545-572. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-018-9904-x

Islam F, Khanlou N, Macpherson A, & Tamim H. (2018). Mental health consultation among Ontario’s immigrant populations. Community Mental Health Journal, 54, 579-589. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10597-017-0210-z

MacDonnell JA, Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, Tharao W, Khanlou N & Wairimu N. (2017). “Finding a space for me outside the stereotypes”: Engaging community in mental health promotion research and policy for racialized immigrant women. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction (15), 738-752. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-017-9776-5

Khanlou N, Mustafa N, Vazquez LM, Davidson, & Yoshida K. (2017). Mothering children with developmental disabilities: A critical perspective on health promotion. Health Care for Women International (38)6, 613-634. https://doi.org/10.1080/07399332.2017.1296841

Khanlou N, Haque, N Mustafa N, Vazquez LM, Mantini A, & Weiss J. (2017). Access barriers to services for immigrant mothers of children with autism in Canada. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction (15)2, 239-259. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11469-017-9732-4

Khanlou N, Haque, N, Skinner A, Mantini A, & Kurtz Landy C. (2017). Scoping review on maternal health among immigrant and refugee women in Canada: Prenatal, intrapartum and postnatal care. Journal of Pregnancy, Article ID 8783294, 14 pages. https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/8783294

MacDonnell JA, Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, Tharao W, Khanlou N & Wairimu N. (2017).  “Finding a space for me outside the stereotypes”: Engaging community in mental health promotion research and policy for racialized immigrant women.  International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 15: 738–752 DOI 10.1007/s11469-017-9776-5

MacDonnell JA, Dastjerdi M, Khanlou N, Bokore N & Tharao W.  (2017). Activism as a feature of mental health and wellbeing for racialized immigrant women in a Canadian context. Health Care for Women International, 38(2), 187-204.

Abdullah P, Costanian C, Khanlou N, & Tamim H. (2017). Prevalence and characteristics of water-pipe smoking in Canada: Results from the Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey (CTUMS). Public Health (148), 102-108.

Danhoundo G & Khanlou N. (2017). Family ties and mental health of orphans in Ouagadougou (Burkino Faso).  Does the gender of the dead parent matter?  International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 15, 753–765. DOI: 10.1007/s11469-016-9717-8

Khanlou, N, Haque, N., Sheehan, S. & Jones, G. (2016). ‘‘It is an Issue of not Knowing Where to Go’’: Service Providers’ Perspectives on Challenges in Accessing Social Support and Services by Immigrant Mothers of Children with Disabilities. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 17:1840–1847. DOI 10.1007/s10903-014-0122-8

Khanlou N, Mustafa N, Vazquez LM, Haque N, & Yoshida K. (2015). Stressors and barriers to services for immigrant fathers raising children with developmental disabilities.  International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 13: 659- 674 DOI: 10.1007/s11469-015-9584-8.

Macedo J, Khanlou N, & Lui M. (2015). Use of vignettes in qualitative research on drug use: Scoping review and case example from Brazil. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, (March), 1-14. doi: 10.1007/s11469-015-9543-4

Jennings J, Khanlou N, & Su C. (2014). Public health policy and social support for immigrant mothers raising disabled children in Canada. Disability and Society, 29,(10), 1645-1657, doi: 10.1080/09687599.2014.966804

Khanlou N & Wray R. (2014). A whole community approach toward child and youth resilience promotion: A review of resilience literature. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 12(1), 64-79. Doi: 10.1007/s11469-013-9470-1

Islam F, Khanlou N, & Tamim H. (2014). South Asian populations in Canada: Migration and mental health. BMC (BioMed Central) Psychiatry, 14(154). Doi:10.1186/1471-244X-14-154

Lee TY, Kurtz Landy C, Wahoush O, Khanlou N, Liu YC, & Li CC. (2014). A descriptive phenomenology study of newcomers’ experience of maternity services: Chinese women’s perspectives. BMC (BioMed Central) Health Services Research, 14(114), doi:10.1186/1472-6963-14-114

Islam F, Khanlou N, & Tamim H. (2014). The barriers and promoters of seeking mental healthcare: A mixed methods study of Bangladeshi populations in Toronto. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, (under revision).

Smith M & Khanlou N. (2013). An analysis of Canadian psychiatric mental health nursing through the junctures of history, gender, nursing education and quality of work life in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan. ISRN Nursing. 2013, Article ID 184024, 13 pages.

MacDonnell JA, Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, & Khanlou N. (2012). Becoming resilient: promoting the mental health and well-being of immigrant women in a Canadian context. Nursing Research and Practice, 2012, Article ID 576586, 10 pages. doi:10.1155/2012/576586

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

Morrongiello, B., Cusimano, M., Barton, B., Orr, E., Chipman, M., Tyberg, J., Kulkarni, A., Khanlou, N., Masi, R., & Bekele, T. (2010). Development of the BACKIE Questionnaire: A measure of children's behaviors, attitudes, cognitions, knowledge, and injury experiences. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42(1), 75-83.

Khanlou N, Koh J, & Mill C. (2008). Cultural identity and experiences of prejudice and discrimination of Afghan and Iranian immigrant youth. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 6(3), 494-513.

Khanlou N. (2008). Young and new to Canada: Promoting the mental wellbeing of immigrant and refugee female youth. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 6(3), 514-516.

Morrongiello B, Cusimano M, Orr E, Barton B, Chipman M, Tyberg J, Kulkarni A, Khanlou N, Masi R, & Bekele T. (2008). School-age children's safety attitudes, cognitions, knowledge, and injury experiences: How do these relate to their safety practices? Injury Prevention, 14(3), 176-179.

Invited Journal Articles

Khanlou N & Orazietti BE. (2020). Nurses respond to COVID-19 pandemic: Mental health support for frontline nurses. Journal of Concurrent Disorders, 2(1), 74-76.  https://concurrentdisorders.ca/2020/04/11/nurses-respond-to-covid19-pandemic-mental-health-support-for-frontline-nurses/ [Reprinted: Khanlou N, & Oraziett, B E (2020). Article reprint: Nurses respond to COVID-19 pandemic: Mental health support for frontline nurses. INYI Journal, 10(1-2), 27-28. https://inyi.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/default/article/view/24 ]

Madzima S, Karunakaran A, Vazquez LM, & Khanlou, N. (2020). Arts-based methodologies to explore Asian-Canadian youth identities in the Greater Toronto Area: Sharing some implementation experiences from the field. INYI Journal, 10(1-2), 20-24. https://inyi.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/default/article/view/22

Shanmuganandapala B & Khanlou N. (2019). An interview between a professor and a nursing graduate student on the current state of post-secondary student mental health in Ontario, Canada. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction (17), 1-7..

Khanlou N. Migrant mental health in Canada. (2010). Canadian Issues/ Thèmes canadiens, Summer, 9-16.

Shakya Y, Khanlou N, & Gonsalves T. (2010). Determinants of mental health for newcomer youth: Policy and service implications. Canadian Issues/ Thèmes canadiens, Summer, 98-102.

Khanlou N. (2008). Psychosocial integration of second and third generation racialized youth in Canada. Canadian Diversity/ Diversité canadienne, 6(2), 54-57.

Books

Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (Editors) (2018).  Today’s youth and mental health: Hope, power, and resilience.  Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh).  New York: Springer.

Khanlou N & Pilkington B. (Editors). (2015). Women’s mental health: Resistance and resilience in community and society. Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh). New York: Springer. (in press).

Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (Editors). (2015). Today’s youth and mental health: Hope, power, and resilience. Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh). New York: Springer. (in progress)

Hankivsky O (Editor), De Leeuw S, Lee J, Vissandjee B & Khanlou N. (Co-Editors). (2011). Health Inequities in Canada: Intersectional Frameworks and Practices [PDF]. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Hajdukowski-Ahmed M, Khanlou N, & Moussa H. (Editors).(2008). Not born a refugee woman: Contesting identities, rethinking practices. Oxford/New York: Berghahn Books (Forced Migration Series).

Chapters

Khanlou N, Khan A, & Mill C. (2019). A health promotion framework for women with precarious immigration status in Canada. In Zangeneh M. (Editor). Culture, diversity, and mental health: Enhancing clinical practice. New York: Springer (in press).

Khanlou N & Vazquez, LM. (2018). Social Determinants of Immigrant and Refugee Youth Mental Health in Canada. In Este D, Lorenzetti L, & Sato C. (Editors). Racism and anti-racism in Canada. Halifax & Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing (pp. 260-281).

Khanlou, N., & Khan, A. Mental Health. (2018). In M. H. Bornstein. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc.

Khan, A., & Khanlou, N., Health: Attitudes, Disparities, promotion. (2018). In M. H. Bornstein. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc.

Davidson D & Khanlou N. Chapter 14: Familes experiencing dis/ability.  (2018). In Gazso A & Kobayashi K.  Continuity and  innovation: Canadin families in the new millennium.  Toronto: Nelson Education Ltd.

Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. Introduction: An intersectionality approach to youth mental health. (2018). In Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (Editors). Today’s youth and mental health: Hope, power, and resilience.  Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh).  New York: Springer (pp. xxvii-xxxvi).

Khan A, Khanlou, N, Stol J, & Tran V. (2018). Immigrant and refugee youth mental health: A scoping review. In Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (Editors).  Today’s youth and mental health: Hope, power, and resilience.  Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh).  New York: Springer (pp. 3-20).

Khanlou N, Bender A, Mill C, Vazquez LM & Rojas L. (2018). Youth experiences of cultural identity and migration: A systems perspective. In Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (Editors).  Today’s youth and mental health: Hope, power, and resilience.  Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh).  New York: Springer (pp. 57-76).

Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (2018). Redefining cyber sexual violence against emerging young women: Toward conceptual clarity.  In Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (Editors). Today’s youth and mental health: Hope, power, and resilience.  Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh).  New York: Springer (pp. 77-100).

Mustafa N, Khanlou N, & Kaur A. (2018). Eating disorders amongst Second Generation Canadian South Asian Female Youth: An intersectionality approach toward exploring cultural conflict, dual identity and mental mealth. In Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (Editors).  Today’s youth and mental health: Hope, power, and resilience.  Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh).  New York: Springer (pp. 165-186).

Danhoundo G, Khanlou, N, & Danhoundo M. (2018). Turning the tide: An ethnographic study of children’s experiences following the death of their father in Ouagadougo (Burkina Faso). In Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (Editors).  Today’s youth and mental health: Hope, power, and resilience.  Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh).  New York: Springer (pp. 321-340).

Johnston NE, Pilkington FJ, Khanlou, N, & MacNevin W. (2018). Youth resilience and social capital in a disadvantaged neighborhood: A constructionist interpretive approach. In Pashang S, Khanlou N & Clarke J. (Editors).  Today’s youth and mental health: Hope, power, and resilience.  Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh).  New York: Springer (pp. 393-410).

Khanlou N & Vazquez, LM. (2017). Social Determinants of Immigrant and Refugee Youth Mental Health in Canada. In Este D, Lorenzetti L, & Sato C. (Editors).  Canada without Racism. Envisioning the End of Racism in Canada. Fernwood Publishing (accepted).

Khanlou N & Pilkington B. (2015). Introduction: A systems approach to women’s mental health. In: Khanlou N & Pilkington B. (Editors). Women’s mental health: Resistance and resilience in community and society. Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh). New York: Springer. (in press).

Islam F, Khanlou N & Tamim H. (2015). Exploring women’s mental health at the intersections of aging, racialization and low socioeconomic status. In: Khanlou N & Pilkington B. (Editors). Women’s mental health: Resistance and resilience in community and society. Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeh). New York: Springer. (in press).

Khanlou N. Nursing. (2014). In: D Coghlan & M Brydon-Miller (editors). Encyclopedia of Action Research. Sage Publications.

Haque N & Khanlou N. (2014). Overview of cultural competency in Canada. In: L. H. Cousins A. (editor). Encyclopedia of Human Services and Diversity. Sage Publications.

Soroor W & Khanlou N. Afghanistan. (2014). In: A. Scull (editor). Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness: An A-to-Z Guide. Sage Publications.

Islam F & Khanlou N. Bangladesh. (2014). In: A. Scull (editor). Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness: An A-to-Z Guide. Sage Publications.

Islam F & Khanlou N. (2014). Canada. In: A. Scull (editor). Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness: An A-to-Z Guide. Sage Publications.

Khanlou N, Shakya Y B, Islam F, & Oudeh E. (2014). Newcomer youth self-esteem: A community-based mixed methods study of Afghan, Columbian, Sudanese and Tamil youth in Toronto, Canada. In: L Simich & L Andermann (editors). Refuge and resilience: Promoting resilience and mental health among resettled refugees and forced migrants. (pp. 109-129). International Perspectives on Migration (Series editors: Li P & Abu-Laban B). New York: Springer.

Hankivsky O, De Leeuw S, Lee J, Vissandjee B & Khanlou N. (2011). Introduction: Purpose, Overview, and Contribution. In: O Hankivsky (editor) et al. Health Inequities in Canada: Intersectional Frameworks and Practices. (pp. 1-15). Vancouver: UBC Press.

Khanlou N & Gonsalves T. (2011). An intersectional understanding of youth cultural identities and psychosocial integration: Why it matters to mental health promotion in immigrant receiving pluralistic societies. In: O Hankivsky (editor) et al. Health Inequities in Canada: Intersectional Frameworks and Practices. (pp. 166-179). Vancouver: UBC Press.

Hajdukowski-Ahmed M, Khanlou N, & Moussa H. (2008). Introduction. In: Hajdukowski-Ahmed M, Khanlou N, & Moussa H (Editors) Not born a refugee woman: Contesting identities, rethinking practices. (pp. 1-23). Oxford/New York: Berghahn Books (Forced Migration Series).

Khanlou N, & Guruge S. (2008). Chapter 10: Refugee youth, gender and identity: On the margins of mental health promotion. In: Hajdukowski-Ahmed M, Khanlou N, & Moussa H (Editors) Not born a refugee woman: Contesting identities, rethinking practices. (pp. 173-179). Oxford/New York: Berghahn Books (Forced Migration Series).

Monographs, Reports, Policy Briefs

Khanlou, N., Nunes, F., Davidson, D., Seto Nielsen, L., Alamdar, N., Vazquez, LM. (2021). Information Sheet 17: Arts-based methodologies: Exploring Asian-Canadian youth identities and experiences. York University. Info Sheet 17 Youth Arts-Based.May2021

Khanlou, N., Ssawe, A., Vazquez, LM., Pashang, S., Connolly, JA., Bohr, Y., Epstein, I., Zahraei, S., Ahmad, F., Mgwigwi, T., & Alamdar, N. (2020). COVID-19 pandemic guidelines for mental health support of racialized women at risk of gender-based violence: Knowledge synthesis report. Funded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Operating Grant: Knowledge Synthesis: COVID-19 in Mental Health & Substance Use. York University. Report COVID19 Pandemic guidelines for mental health support of racialized women at risk of GBV [PDF]

Khanlou N. & Ssawe A. (2020). Infographic: Gender-Based Violence During COVID-19 Pandemic: Considerations to Promote Mental Health of Racialized Women. Toronto, ON: York University Infographic CIHR GBV during COVID-19 N Khanlou [PDF]

Khanlou, N., Ssawe, A., Connolly, JA., Pashang, S., Bohr, Y., Zahraei, S., & Vazquez, LM. (2020). Mental Health Supports for Racialized Women at Risk of Gender-based Violence. A Toolkit for Service Providers and Advocates. CIHR Knowledge Synthesis Grant (2020), York University. Toolkit CIHR GBV during COVID-19 [PDF]

Khanlou N,  Ssawe A, S Zahraei, Connolly JA , Pashang S, Bohr Y, & Vazquez LM. Information Sheet 16: Gender-Based Violence and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Risk Factors and Systemic Challenges. Toronto, ON: York University. Info Sheet 16 GBV and COVID19 pandemic July 2020 [PDF]

Khanlou, N., Ssawe, A., Vazquez, LM., Pashang, S., Connolly, JA., Bohr, Y., Epstein, I., Zahraei, S., Ahmad, F., Mgwigwi, T., & Alamdar, N. (2020). Policy Brief. COVID-19 pandemic guidelines for mental health support of racialized women at risk of gender-based violence: Knowledge synthesis report. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Operating Grant: Knowledge Synthesis: COVID-19 in Mental Health & Substance Use. York University. Policy Brief COVID19 Pandemic guidelines [PDF]

Khanlou N, Bohr Y, Alamdar N, Filler T, Ssawe A, Pashang S, & Vazquez LM. (2020). Information Sheet 15: Service Providers' Perspectives on Trauma-Informed Care for Refugee Youth with Gender-based Violence Experiences. Toronto, ON: York University. Info Sheet 15 GBV - Service Providers. June 2020 [PDF]

Khanlou N, Bohr Y, Sage V, Rollings N, Pandalangat N, Khan A, & Vazquez LM. (2020). Information Sheet 14: Gender-based violence and refugee youth: Towards trauma-informed practices. Toronto: York University. Info Sheet 14 GBV Feb 2020 [PDF]

Khanlou N et al. (2019). Project Video: Mothering at the margins: Towards an equity-based health promotion framework for racialized mothers of children with developmental disabilities.

Khanlou N, Khan A,  Vazquez LM, Srivastava R, & Karunakaran A. (2019) Information Sheet 13: Nursing Care for People with Developmental Disabilities. Toronto: York University. Info Sheet 13 Nursing Nov 2019 [PDF]

Vazquez LM & Khanlou N & Lyons J. (2019) Information Sheet 12: Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities & Inclusive Research: Why does it matter?. Toronto: York University. Info Sheet 12 Research Inclusion [PDF]

Khanlou N, Asefaw S, & Hart M (2019). Information Sheet 11: Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities: Barriers to Employment. Toronto: York University. Info Sheet 11 Employment [PDF]

Khanlou N, Wray R, Gruenberg R, Triantafilou J, & Jones G (2019). Information Sheet 10: Disability Funding for Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Toronto: York University.  Info Sheet 10 Funding [PDF]

MacDonnell JA, Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, Tharao W, Khanlou N & Vazquez LM. (2018). Information Sheet 9: Service Providers Breaking the Silence: Trauma Experienced by Service Providers Who Support Racialized Immigrant Women’s Mental Health and Wellbeing.  Toronto: York University. Information Sheet #9 [PDF]

MacDonnell JA, Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, Tharao W, Khanlou N & Vazquez LM. (2018). Information Sheet 8: Service Providers, Activism and Immigrant Women’s Mental Health and Wellbeing.  Toronto: York University. Information Sheet #8 [PDF]

Pashang S, Clarke J, Khanlou N, & Azad B. (2018). The Mental Health Impact of Cyber Sexual Violence (Cyber-SV) Against Emerging Young Women (EYW). InfoGuide #1. Toronto, ON. Information Sheet - Cyber Project - 2018 [PDF]

Khanlou N, Haque N, Davidson D, & Dastjerdi M.  (2016). Voices of immigrant mothers of children with disabilities: Availability and use of social support.  Toronto, ON: York University. Voices of Immigrant Mothers of Chidlren with Disabilities - Research Report (Khanlou et al) 2016 [PDF]

Khanlou N, Jones G, Yoshida K, Mustafa N & Vazquez LM. (2016). Information Sheet 7: Health Promotion for Immigrant Mothers of Children with Developmental Disabilities: What is Relevant? . Toronto: York University. Info Sheet # 7 Health Promotion [PDF]

Khanlou N, Haque N, Davidson D, & Dastjerdi M. (2016). Voices of immigrant mothers of children with disabilities: Availability and use of social support. Toronto: York University (to be released in 2016).

MacDonnell, J.A., Dastjerdi, M., Bokore, N.,Tharao, W., & Khanlou, N (2016). “Finding the Space for Me Outside of the Stereotypes”: Creating an Action Plan to Promote the Wellbeing of Racialized Immigrant Women through Activism. Submitted to Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Toronto.

Stol J, Khanlou N, Nguyen H, Tran V, Omer S, Yip A, Farah I, Watanabe D, Sundar P, McBrearty N, & Carter C. (2015).  Taking action on health equity and diversity: Responding to the mental health needs of children, youth and families new to Canada.  Ottawa: Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health [PDF].

MacDonnell JA, Dastjerdi M, Khanlou N, Bokore N, Tharao W, & Vazquez LM (2015). Activism and immigrant women’s mental health and wellbeing. Toronto: York University. Click here to access Information Sheet # 6 Activism and Immigrant Women August 2015 [PDF].

Su C & Khanlou N (2015). Information Sheet 5: Stress, social support, experience of shame, loss of face, and mental health on Chinese immigrant mothers of children with developmental disabilities. Toronto: York University. Click here to access Information Sheet #5 [PDF].

Su C, Khanlou N & Haque N. (2014). Information Sheet 4: Chinese immigrant mothers of children with developmental disabilities: Perceived stress and social support. Toronto: York University. Click here to access Info Sheet 4: Information Sheet # 4 Chinese Immigrant Mothers [PDF]

Khanlou N, Haque N, Sheehan S, & Jones G. (2014). Information Sheet 3: Services providers views of social support and immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. Toronto: York University. Click here for access Info Sheet 3:  Information Sheet # 3 Voices of Service Providers [PDF]

Khanlou N & Haque N. (2013). Information Sheet 2: Research to action: Social support needs of immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. Toronto: York University. Click here to access Info Sheet 2: Information Sheet # 2 Research to Action [PDF]

Khanlou N & Haque N. (2013). Information Sheet 1: Voices of immigrant mothers of children with disabilities: Availability and use of social support. Toronto: York University. Click here to access Info Sheet 1: Information Sheet #1 Voices Immigrant Mothers [PDF]

Guruge S, Khanlou N, Thomson MS, Vahabi M, & Catallo C.  (2013). Policy Summary: What is the state of immigrant mental health in Ontario? A scoping review of the evidence [PDF]. Toronto: Ryerson University.

Bierman AS, Johns A, Hyndman B, Mitchell C, Degani N, Shack AR, Creatore MI, Lofters AK, Urquia ML, Ahmad F, Khanlou N, & Parlette V. (2012). Social Determinants of Health and Populations at Risk. In: Bierman AS, editor. Project for an Ontario Women’s Health Evidence-Based Report: Volume 2: Toronto.

MacDonnell J, Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, Tharao W, & Khanlou N. (2012). Exploring how immigrant women conceptualize activism: Implications for mental health promotion. CERIS – The Ontario Metropolis Centre. [PDF]

The Ontario Women’s Health Framework (Khanlou N: key partner). (2011). Echo: Improving Women’s Health in Ontario.

Women and Alcohol Expert Panel Report: Alcohol treatment services for Ontario Women (Khanlou N: panel member). (2011). Echo: Improving Women’s Health in Ontario.

Khanlou N, Shakya Y, & Gonsalves T. (2011). Mental health services for newcomer youth: Exploring needs and enhancing access. In: Building Equitable Partnerships: Tools and Lessons Learned – A Resource for Individuals and Organizations. (pp. 16-18). Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

Haque N, Khanlou N, Montesanti, SR, & Roche B. (2010). Exploring the link between neighbourhood and newcomer immigrant health: St James Town Initiative. Toronto: Wellesley Institute.

Khanlou N, & Wray, R. (2010). Resilience and the promotion of protective factors among children and youth: Review of concepts, promising practices and public health roles in mental health promotion. Ottawa: Public Health Agency of Canada. (Unpublished).

Khanlou N. (2009). Equity in Health and Human Services Strategic Initiative: Immigrant health in Ontario. Ontario: Health System Planning and Research Branch, Health System Strategy Division of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

Khanlou N. (2009). Policy Brief: Mental health and immigrant populations. Ottawa: Public Health Agency of Canada and Metropolis Canada.

Khanlou N, Shakya Y, & Muntaner C. (2009). Mental health services for newcomer youth: Exploring needs and enhancing access. Final Outcomes Report to the Provincial Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health at CHEO. Research Grant # 122. [PDF]

Videos

Khanlou N et al. (2020). 5th Lillian Meighen Wright Maternal-Child Health Learning Institute Video https://youtu.be/wDgiVfPoK7E

Khanlou N et al. (2019). Project Video: Mothering at the margins: Towards an equity-based health promotion framework for racialized mothers of children with developmental disabilities. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teeeFS83Rf8

Khanlou N et al. (2016). Project Video: Health promotion for immigrant mothers of children with developmental disabilities: What is relevant? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5J351QXzJg

Research-practice Tools

Khanlou N, Ssawe A, Connolly JA, Pashang S, Bohr Y, Zahraei S, & Vazquez LM. (2020). Mental Health Supports for Racialized Women at Risk of Gender-Based Violence: A Toolkit for Service Providers and Advocates. Toronto, ON: York University. https://nkhanlou.info.yorku.ca/files/2020/11/Khanlou_Mental-health-supports-Toolkit.Nov2020.pdf?x68747

South Riverdale Community Health Centre (Ssawe A et al.) & Office of Women’s Health Research in Mental Health (Khanlou N et al.). (2020). Gender-Based Violence during COVID-19 Pandemic: Considerations to Promote Mental Health of Racialized Women: Infographic. Toronto, ON. https://nkhanlou.info.yorku.ca/files/2020/11/FINAL-Infographic-CIHR-GBV-during-COVID-19-N-Khanlou.pdf?x68747

MacDonnell J, Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, Tharao W, & Khanlou N. (2012). Exploring how immigrant women conceptualize activism: Implications for mental health promotion. CERIS – The Ontario Metropolis Centre.

The Ontario Women’s Health Framework (Khanlou N: key partner). (2011). Echo: Improving Women’s Health in Ontario.

Women and Alcohol Expert Panel Report: Alcohol treatment services for Ontario Women (Khanlou N: panel member). (2011). Echo: Improving Women’s Health in Ontario.

Khanlou N, Shakya Y, & Gonsalves T. (2011). Mental health services for newcomer youth: Exploring needs and enhancing access. In: Building Equitable Partnerships: Tools and Lessons Learned – A Resource for Individuals and Organizations. (pp. 16-18). Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

Khanlou N. Policy Brief: Mental health and immigrant populations. (2009). Ottawa: Public Health Agency of Canada and Metropolis Canada.

Fox J, Khanlou N, Lebeau S, Laforet-Fliesser Y, MacDougall C, Mitchell I, Moore P, Rusnell S & Thomas H. (2002). Enhancing healthy adolescent development. Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO): Best Practice Guidelines. https://rnao.ca/sites/rnao-ca/files/Enhancing_Healthy_Adolescent_Development.pdf

Editorials, Book Reviews, Letters to Editor

Khanlou N & Orazietti BE. (2020). Commentary: Nurses respond to COVID-19 pandemic: Mental health support for frontline nurses. Journal of Concurrent Disorders

Khanlou N. (2020). Commentary: Call for a Canadian Public Mental Health System: Transformative change amid a global pandemic. Journal of Concurrent Disorders.

Khanlou N. (2019). Guest Editorial Special Issue: Post-secondary student mental health and wellbeing: A systems and intersectionality informed approach. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. 17: 415-417.

Khanlou N. (2018). Editorial International Network on Youth Integration Journal, 9(1) (ISSN 1929-8471). INYI Journal Volume 9 Issue 1 [PDF]

Khanlou N. (2017). Editorial International Network on Youth Integration Journal, 8(1) (ISSN 1929-8471).INYI Journal Volume 8 Issue 1 2017 [PDF]

Khanlou N. (2016). Editorial International Network on Youth Integration Journal, 7(1) (ISSN 1929-8471).  INYI Journal Volume 7 Issue 1 [PDF]

Khanlou N. (2015). Editorial International Network on Youth Integration Journal, 6(1) (ISSN 1929-8471). INYI Journal Volume 6 Issue 1 [PDF]

Khanlou N. (2014). Editorial. International Network on Youth Integration Journal, 5(1), 2.(ISSN 1929-8471). INYI Journal Volume 5 Issue 1 [PDF]

Khanlou N. (2013). Editorial. International Network on Youth Integration Journal, 4(1), 2.(ISSN 1929-8471). INYI Journal Volume 4 Issue 1 [PDF]

Khanlou N. (2012). Editorial. International Network on Youth Integration Journal, 3(1), 2.(ISSN 1929-8471). INYI Journal Volume 3 Issue 1 [PDF]

Khanlou N & Hankivsky O (Editors). (2011). Part 2: Intersectionality research across the life course. In: O Hankivsky (Editor) et al. Health Inequities in Canada: Intersectional Frameworks and Practices. (pp. 129). Vancouver: UBC Press.

Khanlou N. (2010). Participatory health research. Nursing Inquiry, 17(4), 281.

Khanlou N. & Jackson B. (2010). Introduction: Immigrant mental health in Canada/ La santé mentale des immigrants au Canada: une introduction. Canadian Issues/ Thèmes canadiens, Summer, 2-4 (English) and 5-7 (French).

Publications in Newsletters and Professional Journals/Websites

Khanlou N & Vazquez LM. (2018). Research Study: Equity-based health promotion framework for racialized black mothers of children with developmental disabilities. ASD Mental Health Blog.

Khanlou N & Vazquez L. (2018). Young adults with developmental disabilities: Building a system support to address inequalities and enhance resilience. ResilienC, Issue 38. Reaching IN...Reaching OUT (RIRO) Promoting Resilience in Adults and Young Children.

Khanlou N & Share-Strom, D. Protecting privacy rights of young adults with a developmental disability. Community Living Ontario. Update Friday (11 August 2017).

Khanlou N & Vazquez L.  (2016). The Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities Study (YADD Study). ASD Mental Health Blog.

Khanlou N & Vazquez L (2016). Study to Explore How Access to Individualized Funding is Impacted by Gender and Migration Status. Community Living Ontario. Update Friday. February 5, 2016.

Khanlou N & Vazquez L (2015). Experiences of immigrant mothers of children with developmental disabilities: Social support and health promotion. ASD Mental Health Blog.

Khanlou N (2011). Introduction. International Network on Youth Integration Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 2. INYI Newsletter, Volume 2 Issue 2 [PDF]

Khanlou N (2011). Introduction. International Network on Youth Integration Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 1. INYI Newsletter, Volume 2 Issue 1 [PDF]

Khanlou N (2010). Introduction. International Network on Youth Integration Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 2. INYI Newsletter, Volume 1 Issue 2 [PDF]

Khanlou N (2010). Introduction. International Network on Youth Integration Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1. INYI Newsletter, Volume 1 Issue 1 [PDF]

Book Launches

Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto.  Performing Psychiatry (19 January 2017).  Khanlou & Pilkington, Book Display: “Women’s Mental Health: Resistance and Resilience in Community and Society.”

Etzi J.  (2016). Cause for concern and optimism.  The global state of women’s mental health. A review of “Women’s Mental Health: Resistance and Resilience in Community and Society [PDF] by Nazilla Khanlou and F. Beryl Pikington (Eds.) (2015).”  PsychCritiques, 61(14): 4.

Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto. 8th Official Book Launch (27 November 2008). Barankin & Khanlou N “Growing up resilient: Ways to build resilience in children and youth.”

Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto. 8th Official Book Launch (27 November 2008). Hajdukowski-Ahmed, Khanlou N, & Moussa (Editors), “Not born a refugee woman: Contesting identities, rethinking practices.”

Toronto Women’s Bookstore. (17 October 2008). Hajdukowski-Ahmed, Khanlou N, & Moussa (Editors), “Not born a refugee woman: Contesting identities, rethinking practices.”

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto. 10th Anniversary Celebration (26 June 2008). Barankin &  Khanlou N, “Growing up resilient: Ways to build resilience in children and youth.”

Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Inaugural Conference of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (17 June 2008). Hajdukowski-Ahmed, Khanlou N, & Moussa (Editors), “Not born a refugee woman: Contesting identities, rethinking practices.”