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DONNA E. STEWART, MD, FRCPC

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Stewart DE. Treatment patterns in Canadian women with urinary
incontinence: A need to improve case identification. Journal of Women’s Health (in press). Chiarelli A, Stotland N, Sloan P, Stewart DE, Mai V, Howlett R. Influence
of physician and patient characteristics on adherence to breast cancer
screening recommendations. European Journal of Cancer Prevention (in
press).
Grace SL, Leung YW, Stewart DE. Affective symptoms and antidepressant
usage in acute coronary syndrome patients. Psychosomatics (in press).
Grace SL, Scholey P, Suskin N, Arthur H, Brooks D, Jaglal S, Abramson
BL, Stewart DE. A prospective comparison of cardiac rehabilitation
enrolment following automatic versus usual referral. Journal of
Rehabilitation Medicine (in press).
Grace SL, Scholey P, Suskin N, Arthur H, Brooks D, Jaglal S, Abramson
BL, Stewart DE. Automatic referral can double verified cardiac
rehabilitation enrolment and reduce utilization delays. Journal of
Rehabilitation Medicine (in press).
Stewart DE. Intimate Partner Violence. Canadian Family
Burra T, Grace SL, Stewart DE. Predictors of self-reported anti-depressant
adherence in an outpatient setting. Behavioral Medicine (in press).
Stewart DE, Grace SL. Continuity of cardiac care: Cardiac
rehabilitation participation and other correlates. International Journal of Cardiology (in press). Gucciardi E, DeMelo M, Offenheim A, Grace SL, Stewart DE. Patient
factors associated with attrition from a self-management education. Journal
of Clinical Practice (in press).
10. Howlett RI, Cotterchio M, Gong Y, Ahmad F, Mai V, Stewart DE.
Physician knowledge of HPV: Survey of general and family practitioners in Ontario (in press). 11. Munce SE, Stewart DE. Sex differences in depression and chronic pain
conditions in a national epidemiologic survey. Psychosomatics (in press). 12. Barata P, McNally MJ, Sales I, Stewart DE. Defining and responding to
wife abuse, using women’s words in preventive education. Women’s Health Issues (in press). 13. Stewart DE, Sansom S. Novel antipsychotics in pregnancy and lactation.
Spanish Journal of Psychiatry (in press). 14. Stewart DE. Psychotropic drugs in pregnancy and lactation. Psiquiatria

Published (209):
15. Stewart DE, Wohlreich MM, Mallinckrodt CH, Watkin JG, Kornstein SG.
Duloxetine in the treatment of major depressive disorder: Comparisons of safety and tolerability in male and female patients. Journal of Affective Disorders 2006; 94:183-190. 16. Grace SL, Barry-Bianchi S, Stewart DE, Rukholm E, Nolan RP. Physical
activity behavior, motivational readiness and self-efficacy among Ontarians with cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2006; Epub ahead of print. 17. Gagnon AJ, Wahoush O, Dougherty G, Saucier JF, Dennis CL, Merry L, Stanger E, Stewart DE. The childbearing health and related service needs
of newcomers (CHARSNN) study protocol. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
2006; 6:31.
18. Munce SE, Weller I, Robertson EK, Heinmaa M, Katz J, Stewart DE. The
role of work stress as a moderating variable in the chronic pain and depression association. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 2006; 61:653-660. 19. Blackmore ER, Carroll J, Reid A, Biringer A, Glazier R H, Midmer D, Permaul J A, Stewart DE. The use of the antenatal psychosocial health
assessment (ALPHA) tool in the detection of psychosocial risk factors for
postpartum depression: a randomized controlled trial. J Obstet Gynaecol
Can 2006; 28:873-878.
20. Grace SL, Williams A, Stewart DE, Franche R-L. Health-promoting
behaviour changes through pregnancy, maternity leave, and return to work: Effects of role spillover and other correlates. Women and Health 2006; 43:51-72. 21. Stewart DE, Ashraf IJ, Munce SE. Women’s mental health: a silent cause
of mortality and morbidity. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2006; 94:343-349. Mallinckrodt CH, Watkin JG, Stewart DE.
Duloxetine efficacy for major depressive disorder in male vs. female patients: Data from seven randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 2006; 67:761-770. 23. Cameron JI, Cheung AM, Streiner DL, Coyte PC, Stewart DE. Stroke
survivors’ behavioral and psychological symptoms are associated with informal caregivers’ experiences of depression. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2006; 87:177-183. 24. Franche RL, Williams A, Ibrahim S, Grace SL, Mustard C, Minore B, Stewart DE. Path analysis of work conditions and work-family spillover as
modifiable workplace factors associated with depressive symptomatology.
Stress and Health 2006; 22:91-103.
Stewart DE. Major depression in female urinary incontinence.
26. Stewart DE. The International Consensus Statement on Women’s Mental
Health and the WPA Consensus Statement on Interpersonal Violence against Women. World Psychiatry 2006; 5:61-64. 27. Grace SL, Krepostman S, Brooks D, Jaglal S, Abramson BL, Scholey P, Suskin N, Arthur H, & Stewart DE. Referral to and discharge from cardiac
rehabilitation: Key informant views on continuity of care. Journal of
Clinical Evaluation and Practice 2006; 12:155-163.
28. Stewart DE. A broader context for maternal mortality. Canadian Medical
29. Stewart DE. Perinatal Depression. General Hospital Psychiatry 2006;
30. Barata PC, Gucciardi E, Ahmad F, Stewart DE. Cross-cultural perspectives
on research participation and informed consent. Social Science and Medicine 2006; 62(2):479-490. 31. Choi SH, Shapiro H, Robinson GE, Irvine J, Neuman J, Rosen B, Murphy J, Stewart DE. Psychological side-effects of clomiphene citrate and human menopausal gonadotrophin. J Psychosom Obstet Gynaecol 2005; 26:93-100. 32. Shnek ZM, Irvine J, Stewart DE, Abbey S. Psychological factors and
depressive symptoms in ischemic heart disease: a cognitive-behavioral treatment approach. Directions in Rehabilitation Counseling 2005; 15:55-65. 33. Grace SL, Hershenfield K, Robertson E, Stewart DE. The occupational and
psychosocial impact of SARS on academic physicians in three affected hospitals. Psychosomatics 2005; 46:385-391. 34. Stewart DE. Toward optimal health: perinatal depression. Journal of
35. Barata PC, McNally MJ, Sales IM, Stewart DE. Portuguese immigrant
women’s perspectives on wife abuse: a cross-generational comparison. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2005; 20(9):1132-1150. 36. Mitchell RH, Robertson E, Harvey PJ, Nolan R, Rodin G, Romans S, Abramson BL, Brister SJ, Ivanov J, Stewart DE. Sex differences in
depression after coronary artery bypass graft surgery. American Heart
Journal 2005; 150:1017-1025.
37. Burt VK, Wohlreich MM, Mallinckrodt CH, Detke MJ, Watkin JG, Stewart DE. Duloxetine for the treatment of major depressive disorder in
women ages 40 to 55 years. Psychosomatics 2005; 46(4):345-354.
38. Grace SL, Abbey S, Kapral M, Fang J, Nolan RP, Stewart DE. Effect of
depression on 5-year mortality after an acute coronary syndrome. American Journal of Cardiology 2005; 96(9):1179-1185. 39. Grace SL, Krepostman S, Brooks D, Arthur H, Scholey P, Suskin N, Jaglal S, Abramson BL, Stewart DE. Illness perceptions among cardiac patients:
Relation to depressive symptomatology and sex. Journal of Psychosomatic
Research 2005; 59(3):153-160.
40. Ahmad F, Ali M, Stewart DE. Spousal-abuse among Canadian immigrant
women. Journal of Immigrant Health 2005; 7(4):239-246. 41. Grace SL, Hershenfield K, Robertson E, Stewart DE. The occupational and
psychosocial impact of SARS on academic physicians in three affected hospitals. Psychosomatics 2005; 46(5):385-391. 42. Ng KA, Robertson Blackmore ER, Stewart DE. Disclosure of antenatal
HIV testing results. International Journal of STD & AIDS 2005;16:582-584. 43. Stewart DE. Depression in Pregnancy. Canadian Family Physician 2005;
44. Carroll JC, Reid AJ, Biringer D, Midmer D, Glazier RH, Wilson L, Permaul JA, Pugh P, Chalmers B, Seddon F, Stewart DE. Effectiveness of the
Antenatal Psychosocial Health Assessment (ALPHA) form in detecting
psychosocial concerns: a randomized controlled trial. Canadian Medical
Association Journal 2005;173(3):253-259.
45. Stewart DE, Gajic-Veljanoski O. Trafficking in women: the Canadian
perspective. Canadian Medical Association Journal 2005;173(1):25-26. 46. Burt VK, Wohlreich MM, Mallinckrodt CH, Detke MJ, Watkin JG, Stewart DE. Duloxetine for the treatment of major depressive disorder in
women aged 44-55 years. Psychosomatics 2005;46(4): 345-354.
47. Steiner M, Brown E, Trzepacz P, Dillon J, Berger C, Carter D, Reid R, Stewart DE. Assessment of sexual drive and desire in women with
premenstrual dysphoric disorder who have been treated with fluoxetine. The
International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice 2005; 9(2): 120-123.
48. Barata P, McNally MJ, Sales I, Stewart DE. Defining and responding to
wife abuse: Using women’s words in prevention education. Women’s Health Issues 2005;15:134-144. 49. Grace SL, Abbey S, Pinto R, Shnek Z, Irvine J, Stewart DE. Longitudinal
course of depressive symptomatology following a cardiac event: Effect of gender and cardiac rehabilitation. Psychosomatic Medicine 2005; 67:52-58. 50. McIntyre RS, Konarski JZ, Grigoriadis S, Fan NC, Mancini DA, Fulton, KA, Stewart DE, Kennedy SH. Hormone replacement therapy and
antidepressant prescription patterns: A reciprocal relationship. Canadian
Medical Association Journal 2005; 172:57-9.
51. Ahmad, F, Cameron JI, Stewart DE. A tailored intervention to promote
breast cancer screening among South Asian immigrant women. Social Science and Medicine 2005; 60:575-586. 52. Ahmad F, Shik S, Vanza R, Cheung AM, George U, Stewart DE. Voices of
South Asian Women: Immigration and Mental Health. Women & Health 2004;40:113-130. 53. Ahmad F, Shik A, Vanza R, Cheung AM, George U, Stewart DE. Popular
health promotion strategies among Chinese and East Indian immigrant women. Women and Health 2004; 40:21-40. 54. Grace SL, Hershenfield K, Robertson E, Stewart DE. Factors affecting
perceived risk of contracting SARS among academic physicians. Infection control and Hospital Epidemiology 2004;25(12), 1111-1113. 55. Stewart DE, Rolfe DE, Robertson E. Depression, estrogen, and the
Women’s Health Initiative. Psychosomatics 2004;45(5):455-457. 56. Cameron JI, Shin JL, Williams D, Stewart DE. A brief problem solving
intervention for family caregiver to individuals with advanced cancer. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 2004;57(2):137-143. 57. Grace SL, Abbey SE, Shnek Z, Irvine J, Stewart DE. Prospective
examination of anxiety persistence, and its relationship to cardiac symptoms and recurrent cardiac events. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. 2004;73:344-352. 58. Grace SL, Evindar A, Abramson BL, Stewart DE. Physician management
preferences for cardiac patients: Factors affecting referral to cardiac rehabilitation. The Canadian Journal of Cardiology 2004;20(11):1101-1107. 59. Dennis CL, Stewart DE. Treatment of postpartum depression, part 1: a
critical review of biological interventions. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 2004;65(9):1242-51. 60. Munce SE, Robertson EK, Sansom SN, Stewart DE. Who is portrayed in
psychotropic drug advertisements? The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 2004;192(4):284-8. 61. DesMeules M, Kazanjian A, Maclean H, Payne J, Stewart DE, Vissandjee
B. Women’s Health Surveillance Report: Introduction. BMC Women’s Health. 2004;25(4):Suppl 1:S1. 62. Gucciardi E, Celasun N, Ahmad F, Stewart DE. Eating Disorders. BMC
Women’s Health. 2004;25(4):Suppl 1-S21. 63. Stewart DE, Gucciardi E, Grace SL. Depression. BMC Women’s Health.
64. Grace SL, Fry R, Cheung A, Stewart DE. Cardiovascular Disease. BMC
Women’s Health. 2004;25(4):Suppl 1-S15 Stewart DE. Predictors of clinical breast examination among
South Asian immigrant women. Journal of Immigrant Health. 2004;6(3):119-126. 66. Robertson E, Grace S, Wallington T, Stewart DE. Antenatal risk factors for
postpartum depression: A synthesis of recent literature. General Hospital Psychiatry. 2004;26(4):289-295. 67. Grace SL, Evindar A, Kung T, Scholey P, Stewart DE. Automatic referral
to cardiac rehabilitation. Medical Care. 2004;42(7):661-669. 68. Stewart DE, Robertson E, Dennis CL, Grace S. An evidence-based
approach to postpartum depression. World Psychiatry. 2004;3:97-98. 69. Grace SL, Evindar A, Kung T, Scholey P, Stewart DE. Increasing access to
cardiac rehabilitation: Automatic referral to the program closest to home. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. 2004;24:171-174. 70. Stewart DE, Abbey SE, Shnek ZM, Irvine J, Grace SL. Gender differences
in health information needs and decisional preferences in patients recovering from an acute ischemic coronary event. Psychosomatic Medicine. 2004; 66(1):42-48. 71. Grace SL, Abbey SE, Shnek Z, Irvine J, Stewart DE. Prospective
examination of anxiety persistence, and its relationship to cardiac symptoms and recurrent cardiac events. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 2004; (66): 42-48. 72. Stewart DE, Murdock J, Cheung AM. Venlafaxine and Sour Date Nut.
American Journal of Psychiatry 2004; 1129-1130. 73. Robertson E, Hershenfield K, Grace SL, Stewart DE. The psychosocial
effects of being quarantined following exposure to SARS: A qualitative study of Toronto healthcare workers. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2004; 49(6): 403-406. 74. Stewart DE. What about Men’s Health? Women’s Perspectives of men’s
health and gender medicine. Journal of Men’s Health and Gender. 2004;1:20-21. 75. Kaufman PE, Cohen JE, Ashley MJ, Halyk AL, Ferrence R, Turcotte F, Kyle KL, Stewart DE. Tobacco industry links to faculties of medicine in
Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health 2004; 95(3):205-8.
76. Cohen MM, Ansara D, Schei B, Stuckless N, Stewart DE. Post-traumatic
stress disorder after pregnancy, labor and delivery. Journal of Womens Health 2004; 13(3):315-324. 77. Franche RL, Abbey S, Irvine J, Shnek Z, Grace SL, Devins G, Stewart DE.
Gender differences in predictors of illness intrusiveness one year after a cardiac event. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 2004; 56:125-132. 78. Ahmad F, Riaz S, Barata P, Stewart DE. Patriarchal beliefs and
perceptions of abuse among South Asian immigrant women. Violence Against Women 2004; 10-3:262-279. 79. Waddell AE, Dhalla IA, Kwong JC, Baddor RC, Streiner DL, Stewart DE,
Johnson IL. Sex differences in first-year students at Canadian medical schools. Journal of the American Medical Womens Association. 2004; 59(1):25-9. E, Celasun N, Stewart DE. Single mother families in Canada.
Canadian Journal of Public Health 2004; 95:70-73. 81. Grace SL, Abbey SE, Bisaillon S, Shnek ZM, Irvine J, Stewart DE.
Presentation, delay and contraindication to thrombolytic treatment in females and males with myocardial infarction. Womens Health Issues 2003; 13:214-221. 82. Grace SL, Evindar A, Stewart DE. The effect of postpartum depression on
child cognitive development and behavior: A review and critical analysis of the literature. Archives of Womens Mental Health 2003; 6: 263-274. 83. Hyman I, Cameron JI, Singh PM, Stewart DE. Physicians and Pap testing
in the Chinese and Vietnamese communities in Toronto. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 2003; 14(4):489-502. 84. Stewart DE. A day in the professional life of a chair in women’s health.
85. Stewart DE. The selling of women’s mental health. The Journal of
Nervous and Mental Disease 2003; 191:561-562. 86. Uskul A, Ahmad F, Leyland NA, Stewart DE. Women’s hysterectomy
experiences and decision-making. Womens Health 2003; 38:53-67. 87. Orsino A, Cameron JI, Seidl M, Mendelssohn D, Stewart DE. Medical
decision-making and information needs in end-stage renal disease patients. General Hospital Psychiatry 2003; 25:324-331. Stewart DE. The role of lay panelists on grant review panels.
Chronic Diseases in Canada 2003; 24:70-74. 89. Stewart DE. Female issues in depression. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry
90. Stewart DE. Unmet needs in special populations. Journal of Clinical
91. Stewart DE. Physical symptoms of depression: Unmet needs in special
populations. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 2003; S64:12-16. 92. Steiner M, Brown E, Trzepacz P, Dillon J, Berger C, Carter D, Reid R, Stewart DE. Fluoxetine improves functional work capacity in women with
premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Archives of Womens Mental Health
2003; 6:71-77.
93. Stewart DE, Menopause in highland Guatemalan women. Maturitas.
94. Bergman B, Ahmad F, Stewart DE. Physician health, stress and gender at
a university hospital. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 2003; 54:171-178. 95. Stewart DE, How to improve women’s mental health. Seishin Shinkeigaku
Zasshi (Psychiatria et Neurologia Japonica) 2003; 105-2: 165-170. 96. Vigod SN, Stewart DE. Management of abnormal uterine bleeding by
northern, rural and isolated primary care physicians. Part II: What do we need? Bio Med Central Women’s Health 2002; 2:11. 97. Vigod SN, Stewart DE. Management of abnormal uterine bleeding by
northern, rural and isolated primary care physicians. Part I: How are we doing? Bio Med Central Women’s Health 2002; 2:10. 98. Magistretti A, Stewart DE, Brown A. Performance measurement in
women’s health. Womens Health Issues 2002; 12:327-337. 99. Midmer D, Carroll J, Stewart DE. From research to application: The
development of an antenatal psychosocial health assessment tool. Canadian Journal of Public Health 2002; 93:291-296. 100. Nulman I, Rovet J, Stewart DE, Wolpin J, Pace-Asciak P, Shuhaiber S,
Koren G. Child development following exposure to tricyclic antidepressants or fluoxetine throughout fetal life: A prospective controlled study. American Journal of Psychiatry 2002; 159:1889-1895. 101. Hyman I, Singh M, Meana M, George U, Wells LM, Stewart DE.
Physician-related determinants of cervical cancer screening among Caribbean women in Toronto. Ethnicity and Disease 2002; 12:268-75. 102. Austin LA, Ahmad F, McNally MJ, Stewart DE. Breast and cervical
cancer screening in Hispanic women: A literature review using health belief model. Womens Health Issues 2002; 12:122-28. 103. Grace SL, Abbey SE, Shnek ZM, Irvine J, Franche R-L, Stewart DE.
Cardiac rehabilitation II: Referral and participation. General Hospital Psychiatry 2002; 24:127-34. 104. Grace SL, Abbey SE, Shnek ZM, Irvine J, Franche R-L, Stewart DE.
Cardiac rehabilitation I: Review of psychosocial factors. General Hospital Psychiatry 2002; 24:121-26. 105. Stewart DE. Hepatic adverse reactions to nefazodone. Canadian Journal
106. Stewart DE, Dalfen AK. Authors Reply (to letter, Re: Who develops
serious and fatal adverse drug reactions to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors?). Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2002; 47:39-40. 107. Ahmad F, Gupta H, Rawlins J, Stewart DE. Preferences for gender of
family physicians among Canadian European-descent and South Asian immigrant women. Family Practice 2002; 19:146-53. 108. Veltman A, Cameron J, Stewart DE. The experience of providing care to
relatives with chronic mental illness. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 2002; 190:108-114. 109. Gupta A, Kuman A, Stewart DE. Cervical cancer screening among South
Asian women: The role of education and acculturation. Health Care for Women International 2002; 23:123-134. 110. Cameron JI, Franche RL, Cheung AM, Stewart DE. Lifestyle interference
and emotional distress in family caregivers to advanced cancer patients. Cancer 2002;94:521-27. 111. Cohen MM, Schei B, Ansara D, Gallop R, Stuckless N, Stewart DE. A
history of personal violence and postpartum depression: Is there a link? Archives of Womens Mental Health 2002;4:83-92. 112. Stewart DE, Wong F, Duff S, Melancon CH, Cheung AM. “What doesn’t
kill you makes you stronger”: An ovarian cancer survivor survey. Gynecologic Oncology. 2001; 83:537-542. 113. Stewart DE, Rondon M, Damiani G, Honikman J. International
psychosocial and systemic issues in women’s mental health. Archives of Womens Mental Health 2001; 4:13-17. 114. Bonetta C, Cheung AM, Stewart DE. Italian-Canadian women’s views of
menopause: How culture may affect hormone use. Medscape Womens Health 2001; 6:5. 115. Hyman I, Singh M, Ahmad F, Austin L, Meana M, Usha G, Wells LM, Stewart DE. The role of the physician in mammography referral for older
Caribbean women in Canada. Medscape Womens Health 2001; 6:5.
116. Stewart DE, Duft S, Wong F, Melancon CH, Cheung AM. The views of
ovarian cancer survivors on its cause, prevention and recurrence. Medscape Womens Health, 2001; 6:5. 117. Stewart DE. Women and selective serotonin receptor inhibitor
antidepressants in the real world. Medscape Womens Health 2001;6:1. 118. Stewart DE, Rosen B, Irvine J, Ritvo P, Shapiro H, Murphy J, Thomas J,
Robinson GE, Newman J, Deber R. The disconnect: Infertility patients’ information and the role they wish to play in decision making. Medscape Womens Health, 2001; 6:1. 119. Steiner M, Stewart DE, et al. The efficacy of fluoxetine in improving
physical symptoms associated with premenstrual dysphoric disorders. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2001; 108:462-468. 120. Mazzotta P, Stewart DE, Koren G, Magee LA. Factors associated with
elective termination of pregnancy among Canadian and American women with nausea and vomiting of pregnancy. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2001; 22: 7-12. 121. Stewart DE, Cheung AM,Duff S, Wong F, McQuestion M, Cheng T, Purdy
L, Bunston T. Long term breast cancer survivors: Confidentiality, disclosure, effects on work and insurance. Psychooncology 2001; 10:259-263. 122. Branigan M, Stewart DE, Tardif GS, Veltman A. Perceptions of primary
health care services among persons with physical disabilities. Part II-Quality Issues. Medscape Gen Med, 2001; 3:2. 123. Veltman A, Stewart DE, Tardif GS, Branigan M. Perceptions of primary
healthcare services among persons with physical disabilities. Part I-Access Issues. Medscape Gen Med, 2001; 3:2. 124. Dalfen AK, Stewart DE. Who develops serious or fatal adverse drug
reactions to SSRIs? Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2001; 46: 258-262. 125. Shnek ZM, Irvine J, Stewart DE, Abbey S. Psychosocial factors and
depressive symptoms in ischemic heart disease. Health Psychology 2001; 20: 141-145. 126. Ahmad F, Stewart DE, Cameron JI, Hyman I. Rural physician’s
perspectives on cervical and breast cancer screening: A gender-based analysis. Journal of Womens Health and Gender Based Medicine 2001; 10:201-208 127. Marrocco A, Stewart DE. We’ve come a long way, maybe: Recruitment of
women and analysis of results by sex in clinical research. Journal of Womens Health and Gender Based Medicine 2001; 10:175-179. 128. Stewart DE, Cheung AM, Duff S, Wong F, McQuestion M, Cheng T,
Purdy L, Bunston T. Attributions of cause and recurrence in long term breast cancer survivors. Psychooncology 2001; 10:179-183. 129. Stewart DE. Antidepressant drugs in pregnancy and lactation. International
Clinical Psychopharmacology 2000; 15:S19-S24. 130. Hyman I, Guruge S, Ahmad F, Stewart DE. Primary prevention of violence
against women. Womens Health Issues 2000; 10:288-93. 131. Dell DL, Chen H, Ahmad F, Stewart DE. Knowledge about human
papillomavirus among adolescents. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2000; 96: 653-656. 132. Wong F, Stewart DE, Cheung A, Dancey J, Meana M, McAndrews MP,
Bunston T. Men with prostate cancer: the influence of psychological factors on information needs and decision-making. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 2000; 49:13-19. 133. Zimmerman D, Donnelly S, Miller J, Stewart DE, Albert SE. Gender
disparity in living renal transplant donation. American Journal of Kidney Diseases. 2000; 36:534-540. 134. Schaubel D, Stewart DE, Morrison HI, Zimmerman DL, Cameron JI,
Jeffery J, Fenton, SA. Sex inequality in kidney transplantation rates. Archives of Internal Medicine. 2000; 160:2349-54. 135. Ritvo P, Robinson GE, Matlow R, Irvine J, Brown L, Rosen B, Murphy J, Cole DC, Styra R, Stewart DE. Psychological adjustment to familial
genetic risk assessment. Patient Education and Counseling. 2000; 40: 163-
172.
136. Mazzotta D, Stewart DE, Atanackovic G, Koren G, Magee LA.
Psychosocial morbidity among women with nausea and vomiting of pregnancy: prevalence and association with anti-emetic therapy. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology 2000; 21:129-136. 137. Dell D, Stewart DE. Menopause and mood. Postgraduate Medicine 2000;
138. Abbey SE, Stewart DE. Gender and psychosomatic aspects of ischemic
heart disease. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 2000; 48:417-423. 139. Lent B, Phillips S, Richardson B, Stewart DE. Promoting parental leave for
physicians. Canadian Medical Association Journal 2000; 162:1575-1576. 140. Stewart DE, Wong F, Cheung AM, Dancey J, Meana M, Cameron JI,
McAndrews MP, Bunston T, Murphy J, Rosen B. Information needs and decisional preferences among women with ovarian cancer. Gynecologic Oncology 2000; 77:357-361. 141. Stewart DE, Cheung AM, Layne D, Evis M. Are we there yet? The
representation of women as subjects in clinical research. Annals of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Canada 2000; 33:229-231. 142. Stewart DE, Ahmad F, Cheung A, Bergman B, Dell D. Women physicians
and stress. Journal of Women’s Health 2000; 9:185-190. 143. Crawford B, Stewart DE, Meana M. Treatment decision making in mature
adults: gender differences. Health Care for Women International 2000; 21:91-104. 144. Wise MR, Stewart DE, Liu P, Abramson BL. Use of hormone replacement
therapy among cardiac patients at a Canadian academic centre. Canadian Medical Association Journal 1999; 161:33-36. 145. Meana M, Stewart DE, Lickrish GM, Murphy J, Rosen N. Patient
preference for the management of mildly abnormal PAP smears. Journal of Womens Health. 1999; 8:941-947. 146. Endicott J, Amsterdam J, Eriksson E, Frank E, Freeman E, Hirchfield R, Ling F, Parry B, Pearlstein T, Rosenbaum J, Rubinow D, Schmidt P, Sevino
S, Stewart DE, Thys-Jacobs. Is premenstrual dysphoric disorder a distinct
entity? Journal of Womens Health 1999; 8:663-679.
147. Stirtzinger R, Robinson GE, Stewart DE. Parameters of grieving in
spontaneous abortion. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 1999; 29:235-249. 148. Steiner M, Streiner DL, Steinberg S, Stewart DE, Carter D, Berger C, Reid
R, Grover D. The measurement of premenstrual mood symptoms. Journal of Affective Disorders 1999; 53:269-273. 149. Ritvo P, Robinson GE, Irvine J, Brown L, Murphy J, Stewart DE, Styra R,
Wang C, Mullen M, Rosen B. A longitudinal study of psychological adjustment to familial genetic risk assessment for ovarian cancer. Gynecologic Oncology 1999; 74:331-337. 150. Stewart DE. Women’s mental health. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 1998;
151. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. A review of domestic violence and women’s
mental health. Archives of Womens Mental Health 1998; 1:83-89. 152. Reid, AJ, Biringer A, Carroll JC, Midmer D, Wilson L, Chalmers B, Stewart DE. Using the ALPHA form in practice to assess antenatal
psychosocial health. Canadian Medical Association Journal 1998; 159:677-
684.
153. Stewart DE, Richardson B, Lent B. Survey of parental leave policies and
experiences in Ontario Academic Departments of Psychiatry. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 1998; 43:915-920. 154. Stewart DE. Are there special considerations in the prescription of
serotonin reuptake inhibitors for women? Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 1998; 43:900-904. 155. Cauch-Dudek K, Stewart DE, Abbey S, Heathcote J. Fatigue in primary
biliary cirrhosis. Gut 1998; 43:705-710. 156. Massie MJ, Muskin P, Stewart DE. Psychotherapy with a woman at high
risk for developing breast cancer. General Hospital Psychiatry 1998; 20:189-197. 157. Seidl M, Stewart DE. Alternative treatments for menopausal symptoms.
Systematic review of scientific and lay literature. Canadian Family Physician 1998; 44:1299-1308. 158. Seidl M, Stewart DE. Alternative treatments for menopausal symptoms.
Qualitative study of women's experiences. Canadian Family Physician 1998; 44:1271-1276. 159. Lieberman L, Stewart DE, Meana M. Cardiac rehabilitation: what might
increase patient uptake? Journal of Womens Health 1998; 7:717-723. 160. Stewart DE, Abbey SA, Boydell K, Meana M. What makes women tired?
161. Stewart DE. Women’s health comes of age. Canadian Medical Association
162. Whiteside C, Dessureault S, Dickstein J, Tibbles LA, Torrance S, Boynton E, Seeman M, Siminovitch K, Stewart DE. Women in biomedical research:
Addressing the challenges. Clinical and Investigative Medicine 1997;
20:268-72.
163. Steiner M, Lamont J, Steinberg S, Stewart DE, Reid R, Streiner D. Effect
of fluoxetine on menstrual cycle length in women with premenstrual dysphoria. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1997; 90: 590-595. 164. Rosen B, Irvine J, Ritvo P, Shapiro H, Stewart DE, Reynolds K, Robinson
G, Thomas J, Neuman J, Murphy J. The feasibility of assessing women’s perceptions of the risks and benefits of fertility drug therapy in relation to ovarian cancer risk. Fertility and Sterility 1997; 68: 90-94. 165. Nulman I, Rovet J, Stewart DE, Wolpin J, Gardner HA, Theis JGW, Kulin
N, Koren G. Neurodevelopment of children exposed in utero to antidepressant drugs. New England Journal of Medicine 1997; 4:258-262. 166. Stewart DE. Chronic gynecologic pain. General Hospital Psychiatry 1996;
167. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. Violence and women’s mental health. Harvard
168. Robinson GE, Stewart DE. New reproductive technologies. Harvard
169. Robinson GE, Stewart DE. A curriculum on physician-patient sexual
misconduct and teacher-student mistreatment: Part II: The teaching method. Canadian Medical Association Journal 1996; 154:1021-1025. 170. Wilson LM, Reid AJ, Midmer DK, Biringer A, Carroll JC, Stewart DE.
Antenatal psychosocial risk factors associated with adverse postpartum family outcomes. Canadian Medical Association Journal 1996; 154:785-799. 171. Robinson GE, Stewart DE. A curriculum on physician-patient sexual
misconduct and teacher-student mistreatment: Part I: The content, Canadian Medical Association Journal 1996; 154:643-649. 172. Stewart DE. Women’s health and psychosomatic medicine. Journal of
Psychosomatic Research 1996; 40: 221-226. 173. Stewart DE, Streiner D. Cigarette smoking during pregnancy. Canadian
174. Steiner M, Steinberg S, Stewart DE, Carter D, Berger C, Reid R, Grover D,
Streiner D Fluoxetine in premenstrual dysphoric disorder. New England Journal of Medicine 1995; 332:1530-1534. 175. Stewart DE. Incidence of postpartum abuse in women with a history of
abuse during pregnancy. Canadian Medical Association Journal 1994; 151:1601-1604. 176. Stewart DE, Streiner D. Alcohol drinking in pregnancy. General Hospital
177. Stewart DE, Reicher AE, Gerulath AH, Boydell KM. Vulvodynia and
psychologic distress. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1994; 84:587-590. 178. Stewart DE, Steiner M. Follicular and later luteal phase serum fluoxetine
levels in women suffering from late luteal phase dysphoric disorder. Biological Psychiatry 1994; 36:201-202. 179. Robinson GE, Stirtzinger R, Stewart DE. Reactions to spontaneous
abortion: A one year follow-up. J Reprod Infant Psychol 1994; 12:31-36. 180. Stewart DE, Buchegger P, Lickrish GM, Sierra S. The effectiveness of
educational brochures on treatment and follow-up compliance in women with abnormal Papanicolaou smears. Obstet Gynecol 1994; 83:583-585. 181. Robinson GE, Swinson R. Stewart DE. The effects of pregnancy on the
course of anxiety disorders. J Womens Health 1993; 2:257-259. 182. Swenson R, Abbey S, Stewart DE. Consultation-liaison psychiatry as a
subspecialty - Canadian survey. Gen Hosp Psychiatry 1993; 15:86-391. 183. Stewart DE, Cecutti A. Physical abuse in pregnancy. Can Med Assoc J
184. Stewart DE, Boydell KM. Psychologic distress during menopause:
associations across the reproductive life cycle. Int J Psychiatry Med 1993; 23:157-162. 185. Stewart DE, Lickrish GM, Siera S, Parkin H. The effectiveness of an
educational brochure on knowledge and emotional distress in women with abnormal Papanicalaou smears. Obstet Gynecol 1993; 81:280-282. 186. Stewart DE. High fiber diet and serum tricyclic antidepressant levels. J
187. Stewart DE, Boydell K, Derzko C, Marshall V. Psychologic distress
during the menopausal years. Int J Psychiatry 1992; 22:213-220. 188. Stewart DE. Reproductive functions in eating disorders. Ann Med 1992;
189. Stewart DE, Boydell K, Redmond C, Swerdlyk S, McCarthy K, Cohrs W.
A prospective study of the effectiveness of brief professionally led support groups for infertility patients. Int J Psychiatry Med 1992; 22:173-182. 190. Bebchuk J, Stewart DE. Drug interaction between rifampin and
nortriptyline. Int J Psychiatry 1991;21:183-187. 191. Stewart DE, Manu P, Straus S, Wessely W, Abbey S, Salit I. Chronic
fatigue: current knowledge and management. Ann R Coll Physicians Surg Can 1991; 24:509-511. 192. Carr M, Robinson GE, Stewart DE. Resident-educator sexual contact. Am
193. Stewart DE, Klompenhouwer JL, Kendell RE, Van Hulst AM.
Prophylactic lithium in puerperal psychosis. The experience of three centres. Br J Psychiatry 1991; 158:393-397. 194. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Goldbloom D. Infertility and eating disorders.
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1990; 163:1196-1199. 195. Stewart DE, Whelan C, Fong IW. Psychosocial aspects of chronic
clinically unconfirmed vulvovaginitis. Obstet Gynecol 1990; 76:852-856. 196. Stewart DE. Emotional disorders misdiagnosed as physical illness. Int J
197. Whelan C, Stewart DE. Pseudocyesis: A review and report of 6 cases. Int J
198. Stewart DE. The changing faces of somatization. Psychosomatics 1990;
199. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. Infertility by choice or by nature. Can J
200. Robinson GE, Stewart DE. Motivation for motherhood and the experience
of pregnancy. Can J Psychiatry 1989; 34:861-865. 201. Robinson GE, Stewart DE. Female sexuality and identity. Can J
202. Stewart DE. Anejaculation treated by electroejaculation. Int J Psychiatry
203. Stewart DE. Positive changes in the premenstrual period. Acta Psychiatr
204. Stewart DE. Psychiatric admission of mentally ill mothers with their
infants. Can J Psychiatry 1989; 34:34-38. 205. Stewart DE, Addison AM, Robinson GE, Joffe R, Burrow GN, Olmsted
MP. Thyroid function in psychosis following childbirth. Am J Psychiatry 1988; 145:1579-1581. 206. Stewart DE. Prophylactic lithium in postpartum affective psychosis. J
207. Danielson KJ, Stewart DE, Lippert GP. Unconventional cancer remedies.
208. Stewart DE, Lippert G. Psychiatric consultation liaison services to an
obstetrical- gynecology department. Can J Psychiatry 1988; 33: 285-289. 209. Lippert G, Stewart DE. Issues in competency and consent in the general
hospital. Can J Psychiatry 1988; 33:250-253. 210. Stewart DE, Raskin J, Garfinkel PE, MacDonald OL, Robinson GE.
Pregnancy following anorexia nervosa and bulimia. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1987; 157:1194-1198. 211. Stewart DE. Environmental hypersensitivity disorder, total allergy and
20th century disease: A critical review. Can Fam Physician 1987; 33:405-410. 212. Moss JH, Stewart DE. Parkinsonism in Huntington's Chorea. Can J
213. Stewart DE, Raskin J. Hypersensitivity disorder and vernacular science.
214. Robinson GE, Stewart DE, Borsook C. The woman psychiatrist in
residency and practice. Psychiatr J Univ Ott 1986; 11:10-14. 215. Robinson GE, Stewart DE, Flak E. The rational use of psychotropic drugs
in pregnancy and postpartum. Can J Psychiatry 1986; 31:183-190. 216. Robinson GE, Stewart DE. Postpartum disorders. Can Med Assoc J 1986;
217. Stewart DE. Possible relationship of postpartum psychiatric symptoms to
childbirth education programmes. J Psychosom Obstet Gynaecol 1985; 4:295-301. 218. Stewart DE, Raskin J. Psychiatric assessment of patients with twentieth
century disease (total allergy syndrome). Can Med Assoc J 1985; 133: 1001-1006. 219. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. Combining motherhood with psychiatric
residency and practice. Can J Psychiatry 1985; 30:28-34. 220. Stewart DE. Schizophrenia and pregnancy. Can Fam Physician 1984; 30:
221. Stewart DE, Gangbar R. Psychiatric assessment of competency to care for
a new-born. Can J Psychiatry 1984; 29:583-589. 222. Stewart DE. Psychiatric sequelae following attempted natural childbirth.
223. Stewart DE, Lowrey MR. Replantation surgery following self-inflicted
amputation. Can J Psychiatry 1980; 25:143-150.
1. Foreward. Stewart DE. In: Psychopharmacological Issues in Pregnancy
and Lactation: Scientific Research and Clinical Data. Ed: A.A. Vidalis. Contemporary Editions, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2006. 2. Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. Stewart DE, Stotland NL. In:
Essentials of Psychosomatic Medicine. Ed: J.L. Levenson. American Psychiatric Publishing, Washington, DC, 2006. 3. Psychotropic Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation – A Caution. Stewart DE.
In: Psychotropic Drugs in Pregnancy. Ed: A.A. Vidalis, Athens, Greece, 2006. 4. Menopause and Mental Health. Stewart DE, Khalid M. In: Women’s
Mental Health: A Life-Cycle Approach. Eds: S. Romans, M.V. Seeman. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2005, pp 297-309. 5. Advances in Women’s Mental Health, Stewart DE, Khalid M. In:
Advances in Psychiatry: Second Volume. Ed: G. Christodoulou. World Psychiatric Association. Athens, 2005, pp 111-118. 6. Introduction to Menopause, Stewart DE. In: Menopause: A Mental
Health Practitioner’s Guide. Ed. Stewart DE, American Psychiatric Press Inc. Washington DC, 2005, pp i-iv. 7. International Challenges in Women’s Mental Health. Stewart DE. In: A
Latin American Guide to Women’s Mental Health: Second Edition. Ed. E. Correa, E. Jadresic. Editorial Mediterraneo Ltda. Santiago, 2005, pp 23-32. 8. Obstetrics and Gynecology. Stotland NL, Stewart DE, Munce SE, Rolfe
DE. In: Textbook of Psychosomatic Medicine. Ed: J.L. Levenson. American Psychiatric Publishing, Washington, DC, 2005, pp 733-760. 9. Women’s Gastrointestinal Health. Stewart DE. In: No More Digestive
Problems. Ed: T Burbank. Bantam Dell, 2004. 10. Psychiatric Consultation to Obstetrics and Gynecology. Stewart DE. In:
Psychosomatic Medicine. Ed. Vidalis T. Athens, Greece. 2002. 11. What’s new in women’s mental health? Stewart DE. In: Advances In
Psychiatry. Ed. G. Christodoulou. BETA Medical Publishers Ltd., Athens, 2002, pp 223-226. The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Stotland NL, Stewart DE. In: Psychological Aspects of Women’s Health
Care: The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology,
2nd ed. Eds: N.L. Stotland, D.E. Stewart. American Psychiatric Press, Inc.
(APPI), Washington DC, 2001, pp 1-12
13. Reproduction and Eating Disorders, Stewart DE, Robinson GE. In:
Psychological Aspects of Women's Health Care: The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2nd ed. Eds: N.L. Stotland, D.E. Stewart. American Psychiatric Press, Inc. (APPI), Washington DC, 2001, pp 441-456 14. Psychotropic Drugs and ECT in Pregnancy and Lactation, Stewart DE,
Robinson GE. In: Psychological Aspects of Women's Health Care: The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2nd ed. Eds: N.L. Stotland, D.E. Stewart. APPI, Washington DC, 2001, pp 67-94 Postpartum Psychiatric Disorders. Robinson GE, Stewart DE. In:
Psychological Aspects of Women's Health Care: The Interface Between
Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2nd ed. Eds. D.E. Stewart, N.
Stotland. APPI, Washington DC, 2001, pp 117-140.
16. Women’s Health in Context. DE Stewart. Pakistani Women’s Health
17. Pain: Adding to the affective burden. Meana M and Stewart DE. In:
Mood Disorders in Women. Eds. M. Steiner, K Yonkers, E Eriksson, Martin Dunitz. London, 2000; 469-484. 18. Health Conditions and Diseases: Gender Differences and Gender Specific Approaches to Depression, Anxiety, Cardiovascular Diseases, Ovarian
Cancer, Osteoporosis. Stewart DE and Wenger NK. Canada-USA
Women’s Health Forum Proceedings, Health Canada. 1999: pp 118-127.
19. Can Gender Affect Your Health? Stewart DE. In: Advances in Women
and Health Research. Eds A.M. Kolk, M.H.J. Bekker, K.P. Vliet. Tilburg Univ.Press.1999: pp 65-83 20. Postpartum Disorders. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. In: Textbook of
Women’s Health. Eds: L.A. Wallis, M.D., Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, PA. 1998; pp 675-677 21. Premenstrual Syndrome. Robinson GE, Stewart DE. In: Textbook of
Women’s Health. Eds: L.A. Wallis, M.D., Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, PA. 1998; pp 699-701 New Reproductive Technologies. Robinson GE, Stewart DE. In:
Textbook of Women’s Health. Eds: L.A. Wallis, M.D., Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, PA. 1998; pp 687-689 23. Introduction. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. In: A Clinician’s Guide to
Menopause. Eds: D.E. Stewart, G.E. Robinson. American Psychiatric Press Inc., 1997; pp 1-7. 24. Psychiatric Disorders in Menopause. Charney D, Stewart DE. In:
American Psychiatric Press, Inc. Washington, DC 1997; pp 129-144 25. "Prepared" childbirth - the new direction on natural childbirth: maternal considerations and psychologic approaches, Stewart DE. In: Pain Relief
and Anesthesia in Obstetrics. Eds: A. Van Zundert & G.W. Ostheimer.
Churchill, Livingstone, Edinburgh UK, 1996;pp 353-356.
26. Violence Against Women. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. In: Review of
Psychiatry. Eds: J.M. Oldham, M.B. Riba. American Psychiatric Press, Washington DC, 1995, pp 261-282. 27. New Reproductive Technologies, Robinson GE, Stewart DE. Review of
Psychiatry. Eds: J.M. Oldham, M.B. Riba. American Psychiatric Press, Washington DC, 1995, pp 283-306. Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, Stewart DE. In:
Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology - The Psychosomatic Impact in
Women’s Health Care. Eds: J. Bitzer, M. Stauber. Monduzzi Editore,
Bologna, Italy 1995, pp 11-16.
Prevention of Postnatal Disorder. Stewart DE. In: Psychosomatic
Obstetrics and Gynecology - The Psychosomatic Impact in Women’s
Health Care. Eds: J. Bitzer, M. Stauber. Monduzzi Editore, Bologna, Italy
1995, pp 211-216.
30. Women’s Issues in Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder. Stewart DE. In:
Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, The Psychosomatic Impact in Women’s Health Care. Eds: J. Bitzer, M. Stauber. Monduzzi Editore, Bologna, Italy 1995, pp 329-334. 31. Reproduction and Eating Disorders, Stewart DE, Robinson GE. In:
Psychological Aspects of Women's Health Care: The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Eds: D.E. Stewart, N. Stotland. American Psychiatric Press, Inc. (APPI), Wash. DC, 1993. p. 411-424. 32. Psychotropic Drugs and ECT in Pregnancy and Lactation, Stewart DE,
Robinson GE. In: Psychological Aspects of Women's Health Care: The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Eds: D.E. Stewart, N. Stotland. APPI, Washington DC, 1993. p. 71-96. Postpartum Psychiatric Disorders, Robinson GE, Stewart DE. In:
Psychological Aspects of Women's Health Care: The Interface Between
Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Eds. D.E. Stewart, N. Stotland.
APPI, Washington DC, 1993. p. 115-138.
34. The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology: An Introduction, Stewart DE, Stotland N. In: Psychological Aspects of
Women's Health Care: The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics
and Gynecology. Eds. D.E. Stewart, N. Stotland. APPI, Washington, DC,
1993. p. 1-14.
35. Motivation for motherhood and the experience of pregnancy, Robinson GE, Stewart DE. In Complexities of Women: Integrative Essays in
Psychology and Biology. Eds: N.J. Kenney, M. Brot, K.E. Moe, K. Dahl.
Kendal/Hunt Publishing, Dubuque, Iowa, 1992, pp 182-188.
36. The Effectiveness of Brief Professionally-led Infertility Support Groups, Stewart DE. In: Reproductive Life: Advances in Research in
Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. Eds: K. Wijma, B.
VonSchoultz, Parthenon, Carnforth, Lancs UK, 1992, pp 540-545.
37. The Management of Women at High Risk for Postpartum Affective Psychosis, Stewart DE. In: Reproductive Life: Advances in Research in
Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. Eds: K. Wijma, B.
VonSchoultz, Parthenon, Carnforth, Lancs UK, 1992, pp 15-19.
38. Infertility and Eating Disorders, Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Goldbloom
DS, Wright C. In: Reproductive Life: Advances in Research in Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. Eds: K. Wijma, B. VonSchoultz, Parthenon, Carnforth, Lancs UK, 1992, pp 254-259. 39. Prophylactic Lithium in Puerperal Psychosis, Stewart DE. In: Biological
Psychiatry (Vol. 1). Eds. G. Racagni, N. Brunello, T. Fukado, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1991, pp 146-148. 40. Pregnancy and Eating Disorders. Stewart DE (with Robinson GE)
Women's Health in the 1990's. Eds: EV VanHall, W Everaerd, Parthenon. 1989. Lancs. U.K.:812-817. 41. Psychiatric Admission of Mentally Ill Mothers with their Infants, Stewart
DE. In Women's Health in the 1990's. Eds. EV Van Hall, W Everaerd;
1989. Lancs. U.K:1; 408-416.
42. Psychiatric services in the neonatal intensive care unit. K. Minde, D.E.
Stewart. In Psychiatric Consultation in Childbirth Settings. Parent and
Child Oriented Approaches. Ed. R.L. Cohen, Plenum, N.Y.,
1988,151-164. Translated into Japanese 1990.
43. Hyperemesis Gravidarum and Eating Disorders in Pregnancy, Stewart
DE, MacDonald OL. In Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating. Eds. S.
Abraham, D. Llewellyn-Jones. Ashwood House Publishers, Sydney,
Australia. 1987, 51-55.
44. Advances in Women’s Mental Health, Stewart DE, Khalid MJ. In
Advances in Psychiatry, 2nd Volume. Ed. G.N. Christodoulou. World Psychiatric Association. 2005, 111-118. 1. Postpartum Depression: A guide for front-line health and social service providers. Center for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto, ON, 2005.
Eds: LE Ross, CL Dennis, ER Blackmore, DE Stewart.
2. Menopause: A Mental Health Practitioner’s Guide. American Psychiatric Publishing Inc. Washington DC, 2005. Ed. DE Stewart.
3. Psychological Aspects of Women’s Health Care: The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2nd Edition. American
Psychiatric Press Inc. Washington, DC, 2001. Editors: NL Stotland and
DE Stewart.
4. The Clinician’s Guide to Menopause, American Psychiatric Press, 1997. American Psychiatric Press Inc., Washington, DC. Editors: DE Stewart
and GE Robinson
5. Psychological Aspects of Women's Health Care: The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology. American Psychiatric Press
Inc. Washington, DC, 1993. Editors: DE Stewart and NL Stotland.
1. Stewart DE. Teaching on gender issues. CPA Bulletin 1997;29:91
2. Stewart DE. Exaggerated sensitivity to an organic solvent. Am J Psychiat
3. Stewart DE. Thyroid dysfunction and postpartum affective disorders. Am
4. Stewart DE. Environmental illness. JAMA 1991;265:2336.
5. Stewart DE. Infertility and eating disorders. Am J Obstet Gynecol
6. Stewart DE. Focal vulvitis. Obstet. Gynecol. 1991;77:646-647.
7. Stewart DE. Personality styles of patients asserting environmental illness.
J. of Occupational Medicine 1991:33;431. 8. Stewart DE. Authors' rights. Can Med Assoc J. 1989; 141:377.
9. Stewart DE, Lippert GP, Danielson KJ. Unconventional cancer remedies.
10. Stewart DE, Environmental illness and patients with multiple
unexplained symptoms. Arch. Int. Med. 1986; 146: 1447. 11. Stewart DE. Is 20th century disease the right diagnosis? Can. Med.
12. Stewart DE, Raskin J. Is there a 20th century disease? Can. Med. Assoc.
13. Stewart DE. The special patient in the medical and surgical ward. Can. J.
14. Stewart DE. Replantation surgery revisited. General Hospital Psychiatry
1. Women, Sex, and Hormones. R. Casper. Psychosomatic medicine. 2. Psychopharmacology and Women: Sex, gender and hormones. Jensvold M, Halbreich N, Hamilton J: J Nervous and Mental Diseases. 1997; 185: 593-594. 3. Women and Health Research: Ethical and Legal Issues of Including Women in Clinical Studies. Institute of Medicine, CMAJ 1995; 152: 217-218. 4. How to Break Bad News by R. Buckman. CMAJ 1993; 149: 187-188. 5. Advanced Psychosomatic Research in Obstetrics and Gynecology - by D. Richter, J. Bitzer, I. Nijs, Springer/Verlag 1991. Psychosomatic Medicine 1992; 54: 721-722. 6. When a Baby Dies: Psychotherapy for Pregnancy and Newborn Loss by Irving Leon. Yale University Press 1990. J of Nervous and Mental Disease 1992; 180: 741-742. 7. Worried Sick: Our Troubled Quest for Wellness by Arthur Barsky. Can 8. Women Under Stress by Donald Morse and Lawrence Furst, Can. Hosp. Assoc. Can. Med. Assoc. J. l988; l38: 724. 9. Psychosomatic Illness Review by Wilfred Dorfman and Leo Cristofar Collier MacMillan 1986, Can. J. Psychiat. 1987; 32:492-493. Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy by Peter Sifnoes, Can. J. Psychiat.1981; 26: 199-2000.
GOVERNMENT REPORTS AND STEERING COMMITTEES
1. Stewart DE. Amicus Brief re Andrea Yates Trial Appeal. Superior Court
2. Stewart DE, Diaz-Granados, N et al. Depression in Women. Ontario
3. Stewart DE et al. International Consensus Statement on Violence Against
Women. World Psychiatric Association, 2005. 4. Stewart DE et al. International Consensus Statement on Women’s Mental
Health. World Psychiatric Association, 2005. 5. Chair of Evidence Based Reviewed Recommendations for HPV Self Collection. Cancer Care Ontario, 2004-2006. 6. Breast Implant Expert Panel. Health Canada, 2005 (resigned). 7. Building Research Capacity in Women’s Health, Steering Committee. Ontario Women’s Health Council. 2004-2006. 8. Accountability in Women’s Health Steering Committees. OWHC, 2004- 9. Mai V, Ritvo P, Stewart DE et al. HPV Reflex Testing Steering
Committee. Cancer Care Ontario 2004-2006. 10. Kasparski J, Meuser J, Stewart DE et al. Best Practices in Managing
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding. CFPO 2003–2006. 11. Women’s Digestive Health (advisory board and contributor). American 12. Stewart DE, Robertson E, Dennis CL, Grace SL, Wallington T.
Postpartum Depression: Literature review of risk factors and interventions. Toronto: Toronto Public Health, 2003. 13. Porcellato CM, Stewart DE, Murray M, Baker GR, Brown AD. Women's
Health - An excerpt of Hospital Report 2002: Acute Care. Toronto: Ontario Women's Health Council, August 2003. 14. Desmeules M, Stewart DE (Co-PIs). Women’s Health Surveillance
Report: A multidimensional look at the health of Canadian women. Ottawa: Canadian Institutes for Health Information, 2003. ISBN 1-55392-251-4 15. Kaufman PE, Cohen JE, Ashley MJ, Halyk AL, Ferrence R, Turcotte F, Kyle KL, Stewart DE. Tobacco Industry Links to Faculties of Medicine
in Canada. Toronto: Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, 2003.
16. Stewart DE, Leyland NA, Shime J, Lefebvre G, Willett J, O'Driscoll T, et
al. Achieving Best Practices in the Use of Hysterectomy: Report of Ontario's Expert Panel on Best Practices in the Use of Hysterectomy. Ontario Women's Health Council, 2002. 17. Stewart DE, Cheung AM, Ferris L, Hyman I, Cohen M, Williams IJ,
(eds). Women’s Health Status Report. Ontario Women’s Health Council, 2002. 18. Summit on Women and Depression. Washington DC: US National 19. Women’s Health: A guide to teaching psychosocial issues. Washington DC: Association of Professors of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 2002. 20. Cohen J, Ashley MJ, Kaufman P, Halyk A, Ferrance R, Turcotte F, Stewart DE, Kyle K, Levesque C, Richardson M. Institutional Addiction
to Tobacco. Toronto: Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, 2002.
21. Hyman I, Stewart DE, Ahmad F, Cameron JI, Cheung AM. Best
Mechanisms to Influence Health Risk Behaviour. Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, 2000. 22. Handbook for Health and Social Service Professionals Responding to Abuse in Pregnancy. Health Canada, 2000.
NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Articles
1. MacDonald N, Stewart DE et al. Editorial freedom and governance. 2. Stewart DE. Psychosocial Aspects of Pituitary Disease in Women.
3. Watson, WJ, Stewart DE. Postpartum adjustment: helping families
first year. Working With Families, 2005.
4. Stewart DE. Psychosocial aspects of pituitary disease in women.
5. Stewart DE. Cigarette smoking in pregnancy. Year Book of Family
6. Stewart DE. Depression in pregnancy. Obstetrics/Gynecology 2000,
7. Stewart DE. Maternal depression. IMPRINT, 1993.
8. Stewart DE. Domestic violence in pregnancy. Marcé Society Bulletin,
9. Stewart DE. Eating disorders and fertility and pregnancy. National
10. Stewart DE. Postpartum mood disorders. IMPRINT, 1993.
11. Stewart DE. The changing faces of somatization. Year Book Guide to
12. Stewart DE. Eating Disorders and Reproduction. Medical Aspects of
13. Stewart DE. Somatization. BASH 1990;9:234-238.
14. Stewart DE. Puerperal disorders in North America. Marcé Society
15. Stewart DE. Unusual presentations of psychiatric disorder. Medicine
16. Stewart DE. Total allergy syndrome: A critical overview of 20th century
1. Stewart DE. Total allergy syndrome - Feedback. The Medical Post. May
2. Stewart DE. In defense of clinical ecologists - The rebuttal. Emergency
3. Stewart DE. Environmental Hypersensitivity: The Thompson Report.
4. Stewart DE. Environmental allergies: A dramatic improvement. Can
5. Stewart DE. Total allergy symptoms. Can. Fam. Physician 1987;
6. Stewart DE. Environmental sensitivity: The whole patient approach.
7. Stewart DE. 20th Century Disease - A comment. Can. Fam. Physician
8. Stewart DE. More on 20th Century Disease. Can. Fam. Physician 1987;
9. Stewart DE. A challenge and response. Can. Fam. Physician 1987; 33:
10. Stewart DE. Environmental hypersensitivity: Reply. Can. Fam. Physician,
11. Stewart DE. Twentieth century disease. Can. Fam. Physician. 1987; 33:
ABSTRACTS (SINCE 1983 = 240)

1. McDonald, A.*, Rotman, L.*, Melvin, K., Gravely-Witte, S.*, Stewart, D.E., & Grace, S.L. (2006). Factors related to cardiologists’ intentions to refer to cardiac rehabilitation. University Health Network Annual Research Day. Toronto, ON. November. 2. Grace, S.L., Leung, Y.W.*, & Stewart, D.E. (2007). Affective symptoms and antidepressant usage in acute coronary syndrome patients. American Psychosomatic Society. Budapest, Hungary. March. Psychosomatic Medicine. 3. Ziegelstein, R.C., Thombs, B.D., Stewart, D.E., Abbey, S. & Grace, S.L. (2007). Increased risk of mortality after an acute coronary syndrome among patients with comorbid anxiety and depression. 15th European Congress of Psychiatry. Madrid, Spain. March. 4. Ziegelstein, R.C., Thombs, B.D., Stewart, D.E., Abbey, S. & Grace, S.L. (2007). Depression during hospitalization for acute coronary syndrome predicts physical function one year later. 15th European Congress of Psychiatry. Madrid, Spain. March. 5. Ziegelstein, R.C., Thombs, B.D., Stewart, D.E., Abbey, S. & Grace, S.L. (2007). Both depression and self-reported physical health during hospitalization foran acute coronary syndrome predict mortality one year later. 15th European Congress of Psychiatry. Madrid, Spain. March. 6. Women in Academic Medical Leadership. World Psychiatric Association/Peruvian Psychiatric Association Regional Meeting. Lima, Peru. December 2006. 7. Trafficking in Women. World Psychiatric Association/Peruvian Psychiatric Association Regional Meeting. Lima, Peru. December 2006. 8. Boundary Violations in Clinical Practice. World Psychiatric Association Regional Meeting. Cuzco, Peru. December 2006. 9. Depression in Newcomer Women in Canada. World Psychiatric Association/Peruvian Psychiatric Association Regional Meeting. Lima, Peru. December 2006. 10. Sexual Trafficking. International Symposium on Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights. Tunis, Tunisia. November 2006. 11. Health Indicators and Gender Equity. Canadian Psychiatric Association Conference. Toronto, Canada. November 2006. 12. Gender Inequities in the Global Village. World Psychiatric Association 13. Menopause and Mental Health. World Psychiatric Association Congress. 14. Human Trafficking. World Psychiatric Association Congress. Istanbul, 15. Immigrant Health. World Psychiatric Association Congress. Istanbul, 16. Human Trafficking Policies in Canada and Internationally – Advanced Study Institutes, McGill University. Montreal, Quebec. June 2006. 17. International Women’s Mental Health Consensus Statement. Lopez Ibor Centennial Congress. Madrid, Spain. May 2006. Writing About Women’s Mental Health. American Psychiatric Association Meeting. Toronto. May 2006. Why Women’s Mental Health? American Psychiatric Association Meeting. Toronto. May 2006. 20. Affirmative Speakers in Debate on Psychotropic Drugs in Pregnancy. American Psychiatric Association Meeting. Toronto. May 2006. Trafficking in Women. American Psychiatric Association Meeting. Toronto. May 2006. Medical Illness and Depression. American Psychiatric Association Meeting. Toronto. May 2006. 23. Writing and Getting Your Scientific Papers Published. Ontario Women’s Health Research Conference. Ottawa, Ontario. April 2006. 24. Access to Third Party Records in Sexual Assault Trials – Lecture to the National Judicial Institute of Canada. Montreal, Quebec. March 2006. Depression in Perimenopause. Women’s Mental Health Congress. Medellin, Colombia. February 2006. 26. The Challenge of Violence Against Women. Women’s Mental Health Congress. Medellin, Colombia. February 2006. 27. Painful Physical Symptoms in Depression. Women’s Mental Health Congress. Medellin, Colombia. February 2006. 28. Human Trafficking in Latin America. Women’s Mental Health Congress. 29. Mitchell RH, Stewart DE. Sex Differences in Predictors of Post CABG
2nd International Conference on Women, Heart Disease and Stroke 2005. Circulation 2005; 111(4):e59. 30. Mitchell RH, Stewart DE. Depression in Women Improves after
Graft Surgery. Journal of the American College of Cardiology
2005;45(3)
Supplement: 349A.
31. Grace SL, Stewart DE. Depression longitudinally post cardiac event.
2nd International Conference on Women, Heart Disease and Stroke 2005.Circulation 2005;111(4): e58. 32. Grace SL, Stewart DE. Illness perceptions in cardiac patients. 2nd
International Conference on Women, Heart Disease and Stroke 2005.Circulation 2005;111(4):e 41. 33. Gagnon AJ, Dougherty G, Platt R, Wahoush O, Stewart DE, George A,
Stanger E, Oxman-Martinez J, Saucier JF. Needs of refugee mothers after pregnancy: early response services (NORMAP-ERS): An example of scientific challenges in studies of migration. European Congress of Epidemiology. Porto, Portugal. September 2004. 34. Stewart DE. Sifting through symptoms to catch depression. European
College of Psychosomatic Medicine. Berlin. June 2004. 35. Lagace C, Desmeules M, Stewart DE. Women’s Health Surveillance.
36. Stewart DE. The impact of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome on
Academic Physicians. APA Annual Meeting. May 2004. 37. Stewart DE. Women and Academic Career Development. APA Annual
38. Stewart DE. Women’s Mental Health: Future Trends. APA Annual
39. Stewart DE. Achieving Best Practices in Hysterectomy. Second World
Congress in Women’s Mental Health. Washington, DC. Mar 2004. 40. Stewart DE, Trafficking in women. UN Commission on the Status of
41. Stewart DE. Social Cultural and Economic Perspectives in Women’s
Health. Second World Congress in Women’s Mental Health. Washington, DC. Mar 2004. 42. Stewart DE. When Women Hurt in Mind and Body. Second World
Congress in Women’s Mental Health. Washington, DC. Mar 2004. 43. Stewart DE. Women, Work and Stress. Second World Congress in
Women’s Mental Health. Washington, DC. Mar 2004. 44. Stewart DE. Hysterectomy best practices. OHA. Women’s Health
45. Stewart DE. Canadian Women’s Health Surveillance Report. OHA.
Women’s Health Conference. Toronto. Feb 2004. 46. Stewart DE. International challenges in women’s mental health SUNY –
47. Stewart DE. Women and heart disease. Academy of Psychosomatic
48. Stewart DE. Insurance issues in genetic testing for Breast Cancer.
Canadian Breast Cancer Research Initiative Conference. Ottawa. Oct 2003. 49. Stewart DE. Painful physical symptoms and depression. European
Association of Consultation – Liaison. Psychiatrists Annual Meeting, Zaragosa, Spain. Sept 2003. 50. Stewart DE. Physical symptoms in depression. European College of
51. Stewart DE. Depression and painful physical symptoms. International
College of Psychosomatic Medicine & University of Hawaii. Hawaii, August 2003. 52. Stewart DE. Depression and menopause. University of Santiago. Chile,
53. Stewart DE. International women’s mental health. University of
54. Stewart DE. The legacy of Augusta Stowe Gullen. Academy of
55. Stewart DE. Depression in perimenopausal women. American
Psychiatric Association. Annual Meeting. San Francisco, May 2003. 56. Stewart DE. How to write a successful book. American Psychiatric
Association. Annual Meeting. San Francisco, May 2003. 57. Stewart DE. Women in academic psychiatry. American Psychiatric
Association. Annual Meeting. San Francisco, May 2003. 58. Stewart DE. How to improve international women’s mental health.
American Psychiatric Association. Annual Meeting. San Francisco, May 2003. 59. Stewart DE. Clinical guidelines for women’s health. Amsterdam
60. Stewart DE. Curriculum development for women’s health. Netherlands
61. Stewart DE. Gender mainstreaming in medical curricula. Netherlands
62. Stewart DE. International women’s health. Margaret Mead Memorial
Lecture. World Federation of Mental Health. Melbourne, February 2003. 63. Stewart DE. Physical symptoms in depression. World Federation of
Mental Health. Melbourne, February 2003. 64. Stewart DE. Gender issues in depression. Canadian Psychiatric
Association. Annual Meeting. Banff, Oct 2002. 65. Stewart DE. Physical symptoms in depression. Canadian Psychiatric
Association, Annual Meeting. Banff, Oct 2002. 66. Stewart DE. Depression surveillance in women. Canadian Psychiatric
Association, Annual Meeting. Banff, Oct 2002. 67. Stewart DE. Psychosocial screening and perinatal psychiatry. Rosas
Congress Plenary Address. Lima, Oct 2002. 68. Stewart DE. Women and depression: International challenges.
Peruvian/Chilien/Bolivian Psychiatric Congress. Lima, Oct 2002. 69. Stewart DE. Menopause and mood plenary address. Peruvian-Chilean-
Bolivian Psychiatric Congress. Lima, Sept 2002. 70. Stewart DE. From research to policy: The development of an antenatal
psychosocial screening policy. Marce International Plenary Address. Sydney Australia. Sept 2002. 71. Stewart DE. Women, cardiovascular disease, and depression. World
Congress on Gender and Health. Vienna, Sept 2002. 72. Stewart DE. Gender issues in medical undergraduate curriculum. World
Congress on Gender and Health. Vienna, Sept 2002. 73. Stewart DE. Improving international women’s mental health. World
Psychiatric Congress. Yokohama, Aug 2002. 74. Stewart DE. Challenges for Asian women’s mental health. World
Psychiatric Congress. Yokohama, Aug 2002. 75. Stewart DE. Women physicians, physical symptoms and stress. World
Psychiatric Congress. Yokohama, Aug 2002. 76. Stewart DE. Mental health consequences of violence against women.
World Psychiatric Congress,Yokohama. Aug 2002. 77. Stewart DE. Gender differences in physical symptoms in depression.
Global Neuroscience Congress, New York City. May 2002. 78. Stewart DE. Physical symptoms in depression. Central, Eastern
European and Asian Neuroscience Congress. Malta. Mar 2002 79. Stewart DE. Depression in pregnancy. American Psychological
Association. Summit on Depression. Oct. 2001 80. Stewart DE. International women’s mental health. World Psychiatric
81. Stewart DE. Women, depression and ischemic heart disease. World
Federation of Mental Health. Vancouver, British Columbia. July 2001. 82. Stewart DE. Women physicians and stress. 1st Arab Conference on
Women’s Health Abstracts. Tunis. May 2001. 83. Stewart DE. The impact of violence in international women’s health. 1st
Arab Conference on Women’s Health Abstracts. Tunis. May 2001. 84. Ahmad F, Stewart DE, Ali M. Spousal abuse among Canadian-born and
recent immigrant women. American Journal of Epidemiology. 2001; S239:888. 85. Stewart DE. Women and resiliency. American Psychiatric Association
86. Stewart DE. What do women really want? American Psychiatric
Association Annual Meeting Abstracts. May 2001. 87. Stewart DE. Mentoring of women psychiatrists. American Psychiatric
Association Annual Meeting Abstracts. May 2001. 88. Stewart DE. Psychotropic drugs in pregnancy and lactation. American
Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting Abstracts. May 2001. 89. Stewart DE. Women and ischemic heart disease. Tennessee State
University. Women’s Health Conference Abstracts. April 2001. 90. Stewart DE. Challenges of women’s health in the new Eastern Europe.
University of Krakow, Poland. April 2001. 91. Stewart DE. International women’s health policy abstracts. University of
92. Stewart DE. East European women’s health issues. National Institutes of
Health Abstracts. Budapest, Hungary. April 2001. 93. Stewart DE. Transcultural policy issues in women’s mental health. World
Psychiatric Association. Berlin. March 2001. 94. Stewart DE. Cortisol levels in male and female physicians. World
Psychiatric Association. Berlin. March 2001. 95. Stewart DE. Gender and Stress in Physicians. World Psychiatric
96. Stewart DE. Psychiatric aspects of domestic violence. World Psychiatric
97. Stewart DE. Hormonal, physical, and psychosocial aspects of menopause.
World Psychiatric Association. Berlin. March 2001. 98. Stewart DE. Harassment and intimidation of medical trainees. World
Psychiatric Association. Berlin. March 2001. 99. Stewart DE. Women, pregnancy and sexuality. International Congress of
100. Stewart DE. Women’s information and decisional preferences in
infertility: Is there a problem? North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology Proceedings. Hawaii. 101. Stewart DE. Broken hearts: Women’s depression on ischemic heart
disease. University of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society Women’s Health Congress Proceedings. February 2001. 102. Stewart DE. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder and depression.
103. Stewart DE. The disconnect: Infertility patients information and
decision making. First Greek Conference on Women’s Health Proceedings. Thessaloniki, Greece. January 2001. 104. Stewart DE. Stress in women physicians. Academy of Psychosomatic
Medicine. Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, California. December 2000. 105. Stewart DE. Alpha-from research to policy. National Conference on
Violence Against Women. Vancouver. June 2000. 106. Stewart DE. Ischemic heart disease in women. American Psychiatric
Association Annual Meeting, Chicago. May 2000. 107. Stewart DE. Depression in perimenopause. American Psychiatric
Association Annual Meeting, Chicago. May 2000. 108. Stewart DE. Women, stress and cardiovascular disease. First
International Conference on Women’s Heart Disease and Stroke. Vancouver. May 2000. 109. Stewart DE. Treatment of mood disorders during perimenopause,
menopause, and beyond. Meeting of the Canadian and French Colleges of Neuropsychopharmacology. Marrakesh, Morocco. April 2000. 110. Stewart DE. Neuroscience symposium. University of Stellenbosh,
Sommerset West, South Africa. March 2000. 111. Stewart DE. Women in medicine. Ottawa in Africa. Capetown, South
112. Stewart DE. Gender issues in curriculum reform. Ottawa in Africa.
113. Stewart DE. Recruitment strategies for cervical screening programs.
Cancercare Ontario Conference. Toronto. February 2000. 114. Stewart DE. Psychosocial aspects of cervical cancer screening.
Cancercare Ontario Conference. Toronto. February 2000. 115. Stewart DE. Barriers and incentives to cervical cancer screening.
Cancercare Ontario Conference. Toronto. February 2000. 116. Mullen M, Nedelcu R, Rosen B, Murphy J, Stewart DE. Women’s
decisions to undergo genetic testing for ovarian cancer susceptibility. Canadian Bioethics Society. October 1999. 117. Stewart DE, Ahmad F, Cheung A, Bergman B. Stress and women
physicians. Congress of Women’s Health Abstracts. Hilton Head SC, June 1999. 118. Stewart DE, Reid TO, Carroll J, Midmer D, Biringer A, Wilson L,
Chalmers B. Field trials re: Alpha Project. Center for Disease Control Expert Workshop Proceedings on Violence. Atlanta. June 1999. 119. Stewart DE. What are the priorities in women’s health surveillance?
LCDC Workshop Proceedings, Ottawa. June 1999. 120. Stewart DE, Abbey S. Broken hearts: depression, heart disease and
gender. American Psychiatric Association Annual Proceedings, Washington DC. May 1999. 121. Dell D, Stewart DE, Menopause update. American Psychiatric
Association Annual Proceedings, Washington DC. May 1999. 122. Stewart DE. Woman and ischemic heart disease. Tulane University
School of Medicine Women’s Health Conference Abstracts. New Orleans. April 1999. 123. Stewart DE. Reproductive issues in the community care of women
with schizophrenia. World Psychiatric Association Regional Meeting Abstracts. Granada, Spain. March 1999. 124. Stewart DE. Gender differences in the treatment of depression.
University of Michigan Mental Health Conference Abstracts. Ann Arbor. March 1999. 125. Stewart DE. Quality of life in long-term breast cancer survivors.
Psychosomatic Medicine Research Day Abstracts. Toronto. February 1999. 126. Stewart DE. Barriers and incentives to cervical screening. Cancercare
Ontario Conference Proceedings, Toronto. February 1999. 127. Stewart DE. Primary care women’s mental health proceedings.
128. Stewart DE. Gender differences in neurological and psychiatric
disorders. Society for the Advancement of Women’s Health Research, Scientific Advisory Meeting Abstracts, Washington D.C. November 1998. 129. Stewart DE. Psychotropic drugs in pregnancy. World Health
Organization/World Psychiatric Association Abstracts. Johannesburg, SA. September 1998. 130. Stewart DE. Treating depression in child bearing women. World
Health Organization/World Psychiatric Association Abstracts. Johannesburg, SA. September 1998. 131. Stewart DE. Are there special considerations in the prescription of
SSRIs in women. Society for the Advancement of Women‘s Health Research Abstracts. Washington. June 1998. 132. Stewart DE, Wong F, Cheung A, Bunston T. Differences in
information and decisional preferences in women with breast cancer and men with prostate cancer. Proc. International Society of Psychosomatic Ob/Gyn. Washington. June 1998. 133. Stewart DE, Wong F, Cheung A. Information needs in breast cancer.
Society for the Advancement of Women’s Health Research Abstracts. Washington. June 1998. 134. Stewart DE, Abbey, SA. Broken hearts: Women, depression and heart
disease. Society the Advancement of Women’s Health Research Abstracts. Washington. June 1998. 135. Stewart DE. Violence and its impact on women’s mental health. Proc.
American Psychiatric Association. Toronto. May 1998. 136. Stewart DE. Women and search committees. Proc. American
Psychiatric Association. Toronto. May 1998. 137. Stewart DE. World priorities in women’s mental health. Proc.
Maastricht Conference on Priorities in Mental Health, Maastricht, Netherlands. April 1998. 138. Crawford B, Meana M, Stewart DE. Older women’s medical decision
making. Proc Acad Psychosomatic Med. San Diego, 1997. 139. Sharpe N, Stewart DE, Deber R. Who wants to control decision
making? The role of trust. Proc Soc of Med Decision Making. Houston, Texas, October 1997. Stewart DE, Meana M, Cheung, A. Women’s attitudes and
preferences toward breast cancer, coronary heart disease and health value measures. Proc Soc of Med. Decision Making. Houston, Texas, October 1997. 141. Stewart DE. Gender differences in SSRI side effects. Proc International
Federation of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Vancouver, August 1997. 142. Stewart DE, Abbey SE. Women and heart disease. Proc Soc
Advancement of Women’s Health Research. Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., June 1997. 143. Stewart DE, Women in health care. It makes a difference. Proc W.H.
144. Stewart DE. Psychological aspects of women at high risk for familial
breast cancer. Proc American Psych Assoc. Washington D.C., May 1997. 145. Stewart DE. The selling of women’s health. Proc American Psych
146. Stewart DE. Integration of women’s health into problem-based
learning. Proc American Psych Assoc. Washington DC, May 1997. 147. Stewart DE. What is women’s health? Proc First European Congress
on Women’s Health. Vienna, March 1997. Stewart DE, Sheppard F, Miki N, Burston T. Quality of life
in women with lung cancer. Proc Acad of Psychosomatic Med. San Antonio, November 1996. 149. Steiner M, Steinberg S, Stewart DE et al: Fluoxetine and premenstrual
dysphoric disorder: Issues in Women’s Health Care, 1996. 150. Steiner M, Steinberg S, Stewart DE et al: Fluoxetine and premenstrual
dysphoric disorder: Focus and Opinion, 1996. 151. Steiner M, Steinberg S, Stewart DE et al: Fluoxetine and premenstrual
dysphoric disorder: in 1996 Year Book of Pediatrics. 152. Steiner M, Steinberg S, Stewart DE et al: Fluoxetine and premenstrual
dysphoric disorder: in 1996 Year Book of Ob/Gyn. 153. Steiner M, Steinberg S, Stewart DE et al: Fluoxetine and premenstrual
dysphoric disorder: in 1996 Year Book of Medicine. 154. Cauch-Dudek K, Abbey S, Stewart DE, Heathcote EJ: Fatigue and
quality of life in primary biliary cirrhosis. Hepatology 1995;22:108A. 155. Stewart DE. Increasing compliance in women with abnormal pap
smears. Third Annual Conference on Women’s Health Abstracts, Washington, D.C., August 1995. 156. Stewart DE. Domestic violence in pregnancy. Third Annual
Conference on Women’s Health Abstracts, Washington, D.C., August 1995. 157. Stewart DE. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder. ISPOG Abstracts,
158. Stewart DE. Prevention of post-partum psychiatric illness. ISPOG
Abstracts, Basel, Switzerland, May 1995. 159. Stewart DE. Interface between psychiatry and ob/gyn. ISPOG
Abstracts, Basel, Switzerland, May 1995. 160. Stewart DE. Violence against women. Florida Conference on
Psychiatry Abstracts, Orlando, March 1995. 161. Stewart DE. Psychotropic drugs in pregnancy. OPA Abstracts,
162. Stewart DE. The optimal management of vulvodynia. American
Society for Psychosomatic Ob/Gyn Abstracts 1995. 163. Stewart DE. Vulvodynia and psychologic distress. Academy of
Psychosomatic Medicine Annual Meeting Abstracts, Arizona, November 1994. 164. Stewart DE. Violence against women. CME Abstracts, SUNY,
165. Stewart DE. Improving compliance in women with abnormal Pap
smears. NIMH, NIH– Surgeon General. Psychosocial Aspects of Reproductive System Disorders Abstracts. Washington, DC, October 1994. 166. Stewart DE. Domestic violence in pregnancy and the postpartum
period. Marcé Society Abstracts, Cambridge, England, September 1994. 167. Stewart DE. Domestic violence in the postpartum period. World
Psychiatric Association Women’s Mental Health Abstracts, Birmingham, England, September 1994. 168. Stewart DE. Domestic violence as a health risk factor in women.
Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine Abstract, New Orleans 1993. 169. Stewart DE. Domestic violence in pregnancy. International College of
Psychosomatic Medicine Abstract. Bern, Switzerland 1993. 170. Stewart DE. Effects of psychoeducational brochures on follow-up
compliance in women with abnormal Pap smears. International College of Psychosomatic Medicine. Bern, Switzerland 1993. 171. Stewart DE. Domestic violence in pregnancy.
Rush/Presbyterian/University of Illinois CME Syllabus. Chicago 1993. 172. Stewart DE. Domestic violence in pregnancy. Harvard CME
173. Stewart DE. Domestic violence in pregnancy. American Psychiatry
Association Abstracts. San Francisco 1993. 174. Stewart DE. A study of the effectiveness of infertility support groups
in reducing psychologic distress. International Society for Psychosomatic Ob/Gyn Abstracts. Stockholm 1992. 175. Stewart DE. Infertility and nutrition. International Society for
Psychosomatic Ob/Gyn Abstracts. Stockholm 1992. 176. Stewart DE. The management of women at high risk for recurrence of
postpartum psychosis. International Society for Psychosomatic Ob/Gyn Abstracts. Stockholm 1992. 177. Stewart DE. The effectiveness of infertility support groups. American
Psychiatric Association Abstracts. Washington 1992. 178. Stewart DE. The pharmacologic and psychotherapeutic management
of postpartum depression. Medical Women's International Abstracts. Guatemala City 1992. 179. Stewart DE. Domestic violence and pregnancy. Medical Women
International Association Abstracts. Guatemala City 1992. 180. Stewart DE. Infertility support groups - A study of their effectiveness.
American Society Psychosomatic Ob/Gyn Abstracts. Seattle 1992. 181. Stewart DE. Psychologic aspects of multiple chemical sensitivities.
Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Abstracts. NYC 1991. 182. Stewart DE. Psychologic treatment of the infertile couple. Academy of
Psychosomatic Medicine Abstracts. Atlanta 1991. 183. Stewart DE. Pharmacologic management of postpartum depression.
Proc. of World Federation of Mental Health, Mexico City 1991. 184. Stewart DE, Klompenhouwer JL, Kendell RE, Van Hulst AM -
Prophylactic lithium in puerperal psychosis. Extracta Psychiatrica, 7/8, 1991. 185. Stewart DE. Vulvovaginitis. Extracta Dermatologica 1991;15(3):22.
186. Stewart DE. Infertility and eating disorders. Fertility Digest May
187. Stewart DE. Infertility and eating disorders. Eating Disorders Review
188. Stewart DE. Female infertility and eating disorders. Physicians'
189. Stewart DE. Changing faces of somatization. National Council Against
190. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Goldbloom D. Infertility and eating
disorders. American Psychosomatic Society Abstracts 1990. 191. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Goldbloom D. Infertility and eating
disorders - Ob/Gyn News, Vol. 25(11) 1990. 192. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Goldbloom D. Infertility and eating
disorders - Eating Disorders Review 1990. 193. Stewart DE, McCarthy K, Swerdlyk S, Boydell K. Infertility support
groups. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting Abstracts 1990. 194. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Goldbloom D. Infertility and eating
disorders. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting Abstracts 1990. 195. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Goldbloom D. Infertility and eating
disorders. International Medical News Group 1990. 196. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Goldbloom D. Infertility and eating
disorders. Abstracts International 1990. 197. Stewart DE. Minerva. Br Med Assoc J 1989, 299:214.
198. Stewart DE. Positive changes in the premenstrual period. Psychiatry
199. Stewart DE. Positive changes in the premenstrual period. Canadian
Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting Abstracts 1989. 200. Stewart DE. Positive changes in the premenstrual period. Abstracts
201. Stewart DE. Prophylactic lithium in puerperal psychosis. Lithium Year
Book 1989, FN Johnson, University of Lancaster. 202. Stewart DE. Faces of somatization. Can Psychiatric Assoc. Annual
203. Stewart DE. Unconventional cancer and AIDS treatments. Medical
204. Stewart DE. Stopping Infertility Therapy. Ob/Gyn. Vol. 23 (13)
205. Stewart DE. Eating disorders and pregnancy. American Psychiatric
206. Stewart DE. Infertility and stress. International Medical News Group,
207. Stewart DE. Postpartum thyroiditis and psychiatric disorders. Amer.
Soc. for Psychosomatic OB/GYN. Apr. l988. 208. Stewart DE. Environmental hypersensitivity frauds. National Council
Against Health Fraud and Federal Food and Drug Administration. National Health Fraud Conference, Kansas City, March 1988. 209. Stewart DE, Steiner M, Flemming AS, Robinson GE. Multidisciplinary
perspectives on pregnancy. American Psychosomatic Society News, March l988. 210. Stewart DE. Postpartum psychiatric disorders. Proceedings of
University of Washington Women's Health Symposium, Seattle, February l988. 211. Stewart DE. Psychotropic drugs in pregnancy and lactation. McMaster
University Clinical Psychopharmacology Update, February l988. 212. Stewart DE. Admission of mentally ill mothers with their infants. Can.
Psych. Assoc. Abstract #14; London, September l987. 213. Stewart DE, Raskin J, Garfinkel PE, MacDonald OL, Robinson GE.
Anorexia nervosa, bulimia and pregnancy. International Medical News Group, November 1986. 214. Stewart DE. Environmental hypersensitivities disorder. International
215. Stewart DE. Controversies in allergy. Proc. Royal College of
Physicians and Surgeons Annual Meeting Toronto 1986. 216. Stewart DE, Raskin J, Garfinkel P, MacDonald L, Robinson GE.
Anorexia nervosa and pregnancy. Canadian Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting, Vancouver. 1986. Abstract #30. 217. Stewart DE, Raskin J, Garfinkel P, MacDonald L, Robinson GE.
Anorexia nervosa and pregnancy. Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto Annual Research Day, Toronto 1986. Abstract #56. 218. Stewart DE. Gynecological symptoms and twentieth century disease -
total allergy syndrome. Int. Medical Tribune, European Edition, April 1986. 219. Stewart DE. An allergy that isn't. Emergency Medicine 1986;18:
220. Stewart DE, Raskin J., Psychiatric assessment of patients with 20th
century disease. O.R.L., Digest, 1986; 5: 29-30. (Dutch medical abstract journal.) 221. Stewart DE, Raskin J., Psychiatric assessment of patients with "20th
Century Disease" (Total allergy syndrome.) Digest of Neurology and Psychiatry. January 1986; LIV:11. 222. Stewart DE. Assessment of parenting capacity in the maternity unit.
Proc. International Society for Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. Melbourne Australia. March 1986. 223. Stewart DE, Gynecological symptoms and 20th century disease. Proc.
International Society for Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. Melbourne Australia. March 1986. 224. Stewart DE, MacDonald OL, Eating disorders in pregnancy. Proc. 2nd
International Conference on Eating Disorders. March 1986; Sydney, Australia. 225. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Women and careers. Int. Medical News
226. Stewart DE, Raskin J. Twentieth century disease. Canadian Psychiatry
Association, Annual Meeting. Quebec, 1985. Abstract #23. 227. Stewart DE, Raskin J. Psychiatric assessment of patients with 20th
century disease. International Synopses. December 1985. 228. Stewart DE, Raskin J. Psychiatric assessment of patients with 20th
century disease. International Medical News Group. November 1985. 229. Stewart DE, Sachs D, McGibbon D. Coping with parenthood. Proc. of
Issues for Women in Medical Training Toronto Canada, February 1985. Abstract #10. 230. Stewart DE. Replantation surgery - long-term follow-up. Int. Medical
231. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Evaluating the stresses on the woman
psychiatrist. Canadian Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting Banff, 1984. 232. Stewart DE, Evaluation of replantation surgery at long-term follow-up.
Canadian Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting Banff, 1984. 233. Stewart DE, Robinson GE, Evaluation of combining motherhood with
psychiatric residency and practice. Canadian Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Banff 1984. 234. Stewart DE. Replantation surgery - An 8 year follow-up of replanted,
self-inflicted amputations of the hand. University of Toronto, Department of Psychiatry Annual Research Day 1984. 235. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. The woman psychiatrist in training and
practice. Ontario Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting Toronto, 1984. 236. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. Psychiatrist as mother. University of
Toronto, Department of Psychiatry Annual Research Day, 1983. 237. Stewart DE, Robinson GE. The woman resident. University of
Toronto, Department of Psychiatry Annual Research Day, 1983. 238. Stewart DE, Gangbar R, Psychiatric assessment of competency to care
for a new-born. Canadian Psychiatric Association - Annual Meeting, Ottawa, 1983. Abstract #46. 239. Stewart DE. Psychiatric sequelae following attempted natural
childbirth. International Medical Tribune (European edition). Jan. 1983. 240. Stewart DE, Gangbar R, Psychiatric assessment of competency to care
for a new-born. University of Toronto, Department of Psychiatry Annual Research Day, 1983.

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