Anita V Shankar

Summary

Publications

  1. ncbi request reprint Making the choice: the translation of global HIV and infant feeding policy to local practice among mothers in Pune, India
    Anita V Shankar
    Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA
    J Nutr 135:960-5. 2005
  2. pmc Growth patterns among HIV-exposed infants receiving nevirapine prophylaxis in Pune, India
    Malathi Ram
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Dept, of International Health GDEC, Suite W5506, 615 N, Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
    BMC Infect Dis 12:282. 2012
  3. ncbi request reprint Infant feeding practices of HIV-positive mothers in India
    Nishi Suryavanshi
    Johns Hopkins University, Pune, India
    J Nutr 133:1326-31. 2003
  4. ncbi request reprint Replacement-fed infants born to HIV-infected mothers in India have a high early postpartum rate of hospitalization
    Mridula A Phadke
    Department of Medical Education and Research, Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai, India
    J Nutr 133:3153-7. 2003
  5. ncbi request reprint Nurses' health education program in India increases HIV knowledge and reduces fear
    Hemlata Pisal
    BJ Medical College Johns Hopins MIT Study Group, Pune, India
    J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care 18:32-43. 2007

Collaborators

  • Malathi Ram
  • Nikhil Gupte
  • Nishi Suryavanshi
  • Jayagowri Sastry
  • Hemlata Pisal
  • Robert C Bollinger
  • Pandurang M Bulakh
  • Mridula A Phadke
  • Kapila E Bharucha
  • Hemalata Pisal
  • Mrudula Phadke
  • Jo Leslie
  • Kapila Bharucha
  • Nandita Kapadia-Kundu
  • Savita Sutar
  • Lisa Scotti
  • Robert Bollinger
  • Mangala Joshi
  • Aparna Joshi
  • Bhaghyashree Gadgil
  • Ronald Brookmeyer
  • Mrudula A Phadke
  • Ashwini S Erande
  • Aparna Shrotri
  • P L Joshi
  • Aparna N Shrotri
  • Sasi Jonnalagadda
  • Lidia Propper
  • Ramesh S Paranjape

Detail Information

Publications5

  1. ncbi request reprint Making the choice: the translation of global HIV and infant feeding policy to local practice among mothers in Pune, India
    Anita V Shankar
    Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA
    J Nutr 135:960-5. 2005
    ..Such an algorithm would allow identification of the healthiest feeding choice and would minimize the pitfalls of promoting homogeneous practices lacking site-specific evidence-based evaluation...
  2. pmc Growth patterns among HIV-exposed infants receiving nevirapine prophylaxis in Pune, India
    Malathi Ram
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Dept, of International Health GDEC, Suite W5506, 615 N, Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
    BMC Infect Dis 12:282. 2012
    ..India has among the highest rates of infant malnutrition. Few studies investigating the growth patterns of HIV-exposed infants in India or the impact of timing of HIV infection on growth in settings such as India exist...
  3. ncbi request reprint Infant feeding practices of HIV-positive mothers in India
    Nishi Suryavanshi
    Johns Hopkins University, Pune, India
    J Nutr 133:1326-31. 2003
    ..Top milk, the alternative for breast-milk used in this population, however, must be investigated further to assess its nutritional value and safety before it can be endorsed widely for infants of HIV(+) women...
  4. ncbi request reprint Replacement-fed infants born to HIV-infected mothers in India have a high early postpartum rate of hospitalization
    Mridula A Phadke
    Department of Medical Education and Research, Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai, India
    J Nutr 133:3153-7. 2003
    ..Such interventions would be valuable additions to the very effective national prevention programs that currently rely on the provision of short-course zidovudine and nevirapine...
  5. ncbi request reprint Nurses' health education program in India increases HIV knowledge and reduces fear
    Hemlata Pisal
    BJ Medical College Johns Hopins MIT Study Group, Pune, India
    J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care 18:32-43. 2007
    ..The short course was successful in increasing nurses' knowledge in all aspects. There is great potential to expand this stigma-reduction intervention to other public and private hospitals...