Jasleen Chhabra (PhD)

Jasleen Chhabra.

PhD research project: Fathers' perinatal mental health and the associated risk and protective factors: A multiple method study

Jasleen Chhabra is a medical doctor and current PhD researcher (Psychology) at James Cook University, Townsville. Her area of research is mental health of fathers in perinatal period.

Through her research findings she has successfully collaborated with Dads Group in Australia. Her research findings have also been published in local newspapers and she has done various radio and TV interviews promoting mental health of fathers in Australia.

You can also access her recent research findings at Chhabra, J., McDermott, B., & Li, W. (2020). Risk Factors for Paternal Perinatal Depression and Anxiety: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Psychology of Men & Masculinities.

You can reach her at jasleen.chhabra@jcu.edu.au.