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Courriel professionnel: Raywat.Deonandan@uOttawa.ca
Dr Raywat Deonandan is an Epidemiologist and Science Communicator, specializing in Global Health. His research involves the creative analysis of administrative data, the epidemiology and ethics of assisted reproductive technologies, most prominently the emerging global industry of so-called reproductive tourism, and the exploration of novel avenues of medical education.
Dr Deonandan embraces new media to engage in public education. He is the co-host of the science education podcast Science Monkey (ScienceMonkey.ca) and the creator of a series of online epidemiology educational videos, in partnership with private industry (Deonandan.com/lecturio). He is the founder and Executive Editor of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Health Sciences, a peer-reviewed science journal operated by students.
Information about Dr Deonandan's students and supervisory activities can be found at his lab's website (Deonandan.com/lab).
- The epidemiology and ethics of international reproductive tourism
- Social media and other untraditional data sources in epidemiological investigation
- Innovations in teaching medical and health sciences students locally and globally
- Deonandan R, *Liu E, *Kolisnyk B, Konkle ATM. (2016). An Analysis of Canadian Institute for Health Research Funding for Research on Autism Spectrum Disorder. Autism Research and Treatment. Article ID 8106595, 5 pages, 2016
- Deonandan R, *Khan H. Ethics education for pediatric residents: a review of the literature. Canadian Medical Education Journal. 2015;6(1): e61-e67.
- Deonandan, R. Introduction to International Health Theory: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2015.
- Deonandan R. Recent trends in reproductive tourism and international surrogacy: ethical considerations and challenges for policy. Risk Management and Healthcare Policy. 2015; 8:111—119.
- Deonandan R, Gomes J, Lavigne E, Dinh T, *Blanchard R. A pilot study: research poster presentations as an educational tool for undergraduate epidemiology students. Adv Med Educ Pract. 2013; 4: 183–188.
- Deonandan R, *Green S, *Van Beinum A. Ethical concerns for maternal surrogacy and reproductive tourism. (BMJ) Journal of Medical Ethics. 2012;38:742-745
- Deonandan R, *Jaleel M. Global decline in semen quality: ignoring the developing world introduces selection bias. International Journal of General Medecine. 2012;5:303-6.
- Deonandan R,Vineberg B, Stulberg R, *Jaleel M, Szecket N, Dunn S, Hamelin MA, Van der Kuur M, Zelcer S. Health Questions Posed by Amerindians in Guyana's Deep Interior. Global Journal of Health Science. 2012 Aug 22;4(6):43-6.
- Deonandan R, *Loncar M, *Rahman P, *Omar S. Measuring reproductive tourism through an analysis of Indian ART clinic Websites. International Journal of General Medicine. 2012; 5: 763–773.
- Deonandan R, *Patel P, *Winterbottom R. A student-run peer-reviewed journal: an educational tool for students in the health sciences. Adv Med Educ Pract. 2012; 3: 1–5.
- Deonandan R. The Mandatory Census: Tension Between Individual Rights and the Public Good. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 2011;102(6):414-16.
- Deonandan R. The public health implications of assisted reproductive technologies. Chronic Disease in Canada. 2010 Sep;30(4):119-24.
Selected Newspaper/Magazine articles
- "What The Headlines Didn't Tell You About That Bacon And Cancer Study" The Huffington Post, Nov 3, 2015
- "The Ebola Outbreak Proves the Need for Health Surveillance" The Huffington Post, Oct 9, 2014
- "The 10/90 Gap is Holding Rwanda Back" The Huffington Post, Nov 4, 2013
- "Is Facebook a Luxury or a Right?" The Huffington Post, Jan 23, 2014
- "Should This Combat Sport Be Illegal?" The Huffington Post, April 22, 2013
- "Does Reproductive Tourism Treat Women Like Cattle?" The Huffington Post, Oct 29, 2012
- "Breast cancer – the hidden epidemic", India Currents Magazine, Oct 8, 20120
- "Kony 2012 campaign makes us feel good — and that's bad", The Toronto Star, Dec 26, 2012