Manuscripts, Editorials and Books
Manuscripts Under Review Back to top
- Shorey, S., Dennis, C-L. et al. Effectiveness of the ‘home-but not alone’ mobile health application educational programme on parental outcomes: A randomized controlled trial, study protocol.
- Dennis, C-L., Shiri, R. & Falah-Hassani, K. (under review). Prevalence of antenatal and postnatal anxiety: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
- Zou, P., Dennis, C-L., Lee, R., Parry, M. (under review). Dietary approach to stop hypertension with sodium reduction for Chinese Canadians (DASHNa-CC): A pilot randomized controlled trial.
- Qi, X., Pan, X., Zhao, Z., Xue, Q., Saheb, M., Chang, H., Zhao, Y., Li, S., Wen, Y., Wang, Y., Li, C., Chen, J., Yang, C., Lui, X., Dennis, C-L. (under review) Prevalence and predictors of antenatal depression in Sichuan China: A cross-sectional study.
- Dennis, C-L. McQueen, K., Sellen, D., Stremler, R., Walker, M., & Zupancic, J. (under review) Increasing self-efficacy to improve breastfeeding outcomes among primiparous women (WISE Trial): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.
- Dennis, C-L. Vigod, S., & Brown, H. (under review). Psychosocial and psychological interventions for treating postpartum depression: An updated Cochrane Systematic Review.
- Grigoriadis, S., Mamisashvili, L., VonderPorten, E., Tomlinson, G., Dennis, C-L., Koren, G., Steiner, M., Cheung, A., Ross, L., & Mousmanis, P. (under review). Development and pilot of a research evidence-based tool: Physician reference guide for the treatment of perinatal depression with antidepressant medication.
- Abbass-Dick, J., Xie, F. Koroluk, J., Alcock Brillinger, S., Newport, A., Huizinga, J., & Dennis, C-L. (under review). The design and evaluation of an e-health co-parenting breastfeeding course for mothers and fathers.
- Dennis, C-L., Falah-Hassani, K., Brown, H., Vigod, S. (under review). Identifying women at risk for anxiety in the early postpartum period: a prospective cohort study.
- Dennis, C-L., Merry, L., Stewart, D., & Gagnon, A., (under review). Postpartum depression risk factors among refugee, asylum-seeking, and non-refugee immigrant women: Results from a Canadian prospective cohort study.
- Kushner, K., Stewart, M., Letourneau, N., & Dennis, C-L. (under review). Social support needs of Sudanese and Zimbabwean refugee new parents in Canada.
- Aluş Tokat, M.,; Girgeç, S., Yeygel, C., Okumuş, H., Öztürk, M., & Dennis, C-L. (under review). Psychometric assessment of the Turkish version of the Breastfeeding Self-Efficacy Scale among mothers of preterm infants.
- Stewart, M., Spitzer, D., Kushner, K., Shizha, E., Letourneau, N., Dennis, C-L., & Makwarimba, E. (under review). Supporting refugee new parents’: Knowing you’re not alone. International Journal of Migration, Health, and Social Care.
Editorials and Commentaries Back to top
- Dennis, C-L. (2009). Commentary: Training health visitors to identify and treat depressive symptoms with psychological approaches reduces postnatal depression. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 12, 83.
- Dennis, C-L. (2009). Editorial: Preventing and treating postnatal depression: Comprehensive screening programmes and better organisation of care are key.British Medical Journal.338:a2975doi: 10.1136/bmj.a2975
- Dennis, C-L. (2006). Commentary: Counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy reduce anxiety and depression in women with postnatal depression. Evidence-based Mental Health, 9, 50.
- Stewart, D.E., Robertson, E., Dennis, C-L., & Grace, S. (2004). Commentary: An evidence based approach to postpartum depression. World Psychiatry, 3, 97-98.
- Dennis, C-L., & Hodnett, E. (2002). Commentary: Individualized postpartum care by midwives resulted in improved mental health. Evidence-based Obstetrics and Gynecology, 4, 175-176.
- Ross, L., Dennis, C-L., Robertson, E., & Stewart, D.E. (2005). Postpartum Depression: A guide for front-line health and social service providers. Centre for Addiction & Mental Health. ISBN: o-88868-485-I [published in both English (2005) and French (2006)]
- O’Hara, M., Dennis, C-L., McCabe, J., Galbally, M. (2015) Evidence-based treatments and pathways to care. In Identifying Perinatal Depression And Anxiety: Evidence-Based Practice In Screening, Psychosocial Assessment, And Management, edited by J. Milgrom and A.W. Gemmill, John Wiley & Sons LTS, Chichester, UK.
- Dennis, C-L., Dowswell, T (2014). Psychosocial and psychological interventions for preventing postpartum depression. In Perinatal Psychiatry: the legacy of Channi Kumar, edited by Dr Carmine Pariante, Dr Sue Conroy, Dr Paola Dazzan, Professor Louise Howard, Dr Susan Pawlby, and Dr Trudi Seneviratne. Oxford University Press.
- Ardiles, P., Dennis, C-L, & Ross, L. (2008). Postpartum Depression among Immigrant Women. In Working with Immigrant Women: Issues and Strategies for Mental Health Professionals edited by S. Guruge and E. Collins. Centre for Addiction & Mental Health. ISBN: 978-0-88868-535-3
- Letourneau, N., Willms, J.D., & Dennis, C-L. (2007). The effects of maternal depression and family functioning on children’s developmental outcomes. InSuccessful Transitions: Findings from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth edited by J.D. Willms. Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC), paper series.
- Letourneau, N.L., Fedick, C.B., Willms, J.D., Dennis, C-L., Hegadoren, K., & Stewart, M.J. (2006). Longitudinal study of postpartum depression, maternal-child relationships, and children’s behaviour at 8 years of age. In D.M. Devore (Ed.). Parent-child relations: New research, Pp. 1-19. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.