Singh, N. 'An empire at home: the pitfalls of being brown in the NHS'. The Independent. Jan 2019
Singh, N., Jawad, M., Darzi, A., Lotfi, T., Nakkash, R., Hawkins, B., & Akl, E. A. (2018). Features of the waterpipe tobacco industry: A qualitative study of the third International Hookah Fair. F1000Research, 7.
Yassin, N., Afifi, R., Singh, N.V., Saad, R., & Ghandour, L. (2018). ‘There is zero regulation on the selling of alcohol’: The voice of the youth on the context and determinants of alcohol drinking in Lebanon. Qualitative Health Research. Jan 2018 ePub 1049732317750563.
Dewachi, O., Rizk, A., & Singh, N.V., (2017). (Dis)connectivities in wartime: The therapeutic geographies of Iraqi healthcare–seeking in Lebanon. Global Public Health, 13; 1-10.
Singh, N.V.§, Sibai, A.M.§, Jabbour, S., Saleh, S., Abdulrahim, S., Naja, F., & Yazbek, S. (2017). Does published research on non-communicable disease (NCD) in Arab countries reflect NCD disease burden?. PLOS One, 12(6), e0178401. (§ joint first author)
Singh, N. (2016). Clinical labor: Tissue donors and research subjects in the global bioeconomy, by Melinda Cooper and Catherine Waldby. Medicine Anthropology Theory, 1(1), i-vii.
Singh, N. (2016) A seven-day NHS? Or does this government really want a zero-day NHS? Open Democracy, Feb 2016
Usta, J., & Singh, N. (2015). Domestic violence against women in war and armed conflicts. In the book: 'Overcoming domestic violence: creating a dialogue round vulnerable populations'. Nova Science, New York. (Book chapter)
Singh, N. (2015). Medicine and public health at the end of empire. Critical Public Health, 25; 505-507.
Singh, N. (2015). We junior doctors must strike—but for the right reasons. Open Democracy, Oct 2015