Recent Publications

  • Santosh S, Kane S. 2023. Extending Kingdon’s Multiple Streams Policy Framework Through an Analysis of How Community Health Workers in India Are Driving Policy Changes. Community Health Equity Research & Policy. (Read more)
  • Samant M, Calnan M, Kane S. 2023. A critical analysis of newspaper accounts of violence against doctors in India. Social Science and Medicine. Dec 8; Volume 340 (Read more)
  • Doctor G: Story of finding a ‘Doctor’s touch’. 2023. Doing Sociology. 13th March (Read more)
  • Dirghakalin ajarane grasta rugnancha upcharasathicha na sampnara pravas. 2022.Indie Journal.1st November (Read more)
  • Kane S, Joshi M, Desai S, Mahal A, McPake B. 2022. People’s care seeking journey for a chronic illness in rural India: Implications for policy and practice. Journal of Social Science and Medicine. Sep 23. Volume 312 (Read more)
  • Kane S, Radkar A, Gadgil M, McPake B. Community Health Workers as Influential Health System Actors and not “Just Another Pair Of Hands”. Int J Health Policy Manag. 2021 Aug 1;10(8):465-474. doi: 10.34172/ijhpm.2020.58. PMID: 32610755; PMCID: PMC9056200
  • Calnan, M., Kane, S. 2019. Trust and the regulation of health systems: insights from India., in: Chamberlain, J. M., Dent, M., Saks, M., (Eds.) Professional health regulation in the public interest. Bristol University Press; Policy Press (Read more)
  • Kane, S., Calnan, M., 2016. Erosion of Trust in the Medical Profession in India: Time for Doctors to Act. International Journal of Health Policy and Management. 5 (x), 1-4 (Read more)
  • Kane, S, Calnan M, Radkar A. 2015. Trust and trust relations from the providers’ perspective: the case of the healthcare system in India. Indian J Med Ethics. 12(3): 157-68 (Read more)
  • Sanjana Santosh (2022, May 10). Book Review: Birthright by Vaasanthi, translated by Vasantha Surya [Online]. The Sociological Review Magazine (Read more)