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Name: Amina Tasleem

Email Address: quratulain.tasleem@mail.mcgill.ca

Position: Research Assistant 

Biography:

Amina completed her Bachelors in Honors Psychology and Economics at McGill University in 2022. After completing an undergraduate honors thesis under the supervision of Dr. Brett Thombs investigating the efficacy of psychological interventions among hospitalized COVID-19 infected patients, she joined the DEPRESSED team as a Research Assistant where she is currently working on a series of living systematic reviews. She is passionate and interested in mental health clinical trial transparency and reporting and aims to pursue graduate studies in public health or a related field.

Honors and Awards: 

-Bourse de reconnaissance de l’engagement, Centre d'enseignement du français (CEF) McGill University (250$), 2022 

-Dean’s Honor List, McGill University, 2021

-Dean’s Honor List, McGill University, 2020 

-Golden Key International Honor Society Membership, McGill University, 2020

-Graduation with High Distinction, American Community School Beirut, 2019

-President’s Award for Educational Excellence, American Community School Beirut, 2019

Publications:

Tasleem, A., Wang, Y., Li, K., Jiang, X., Krishnan, A., He, C., Sun, Y., Wu, Y., Fan, S., Boruff, J. T., Markham, S., Rice, D. B., Bonardi, O., Santo, T. D., Li, L., Thombs-Vite, I., Agic, B., Fahim, C., Martin, M. S., Sockalingam, S., Benedetti, A., & Thombs, B. D. (2022, 2022/07/01/). Effects of mental health interventions among people hospitalized with COVID-19 infection: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials. General Hospital Psychiatry, 77, 40-68. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2022.04.002

 

Bonardi, O., Wang, Y., Li, K., Jiang, X., Krishnan, A., He, C., Sun, Y., Wu, Y., Boruff, J. T., Markham, S., Rice, D. B., Thombs-Vite, I., Tasleem, A., Santo, T. D., Yao, A., Azar, M., Agic, B., Fahim, C., Martin, M. S., Sockalingam, S., Turecki, G., Benedetti, A., & Thombs, B. D. (in press). Effects of COVID-19 Mental Health Interventions among Community-based Children, Adolescents, and Adults: A Living Systematic Review of Randomised Controlled Trials. Can J Psychiatry.  https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.05.04.21256517

 

Sun, Y., Wu, Y., Bonardi, O., Krishnan, A., He, C., Boruff, J. T., Rice, D. B., Wang, Y., Jiang, X., Li, K., Markham, S., Levis, B., Azar, M., Thombs-Vite, I., Neupane, D., Santo, T. D., Tasleem, A., Yao, A., Agic, B., Fahim, C., Martin, M. S., Sockalingam, S., Turecki, G., Benedetti, A., & Thombs, B. D. (revision requested). Comparison of Mental Health Symptoms prior to and during COVID-19: Evidence from a Living Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. BMJhttps://doi.org/10.1101/2021.05.10.21256920

 

Santo, T. D., Sun, Y., Wu, Y., He, C., Wang, Y., Jiang, X., Li, K., Bonardi, O., Krishnan, A., Boruff, J. T., Rice, D. B., Markham, S., Levis, B., Azar, M., Neupane, D., Tasleem, A., Yao, A., Thombs-Vite, I., Agic, B., Fahim, C., Martin, M. S., Sockalingam, S., Turecki, G., Benedetti, A., & Thombs, B. D. (2021). Comparison of Mental Health Symptom Changes from pre-COVID-19 to COVID-19 by Sex or Gender: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. J Gen Intern Med. https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.06.28.21259384