Gorman, Sara and Jack M. Gorman. Everything You Need to Know About Conflicts of Interest: Unconscious Bias in Science and Medicine. Psychology Today (March 8, 2017).

Gorman, Sara and Jack M. Gorman. Everything You Need to Know About Conflicts of Interest: It’s Not Just About the Money. Psychology Today (February 9, 2017).

Gorman, Sara and Jack M. Gorman. Everything You Need to Know About Conflicts of Interest: Is Transparency the Only Solution? Psychology Today (January 11, 2017).

Gorman, Sara and Jack M. Gorman. How Terrified Should You Be of Donald Trump, Really? Psychology Today (November 17, 2016).

Gorman, Sara and Jack M. Gorman. Who’s Afraid of GMOs? Psychology Today (November 2, 2016).

Gorman, Sara and Jack M. Gorman. 3 Things to Say to Your Loved One Who Won’t Vaccinate. Psychology Today (October 10, 2016).

Gorman, Sara and Jack M. Gorman. How Scientists, Too, Can Be Stubborn and Wrong. Psychology Today (September 15, 2016).

Gorman, Sara and Jack M. Gorman. Why We Shouldn’t Dismiss People Who Deny Facts. TIME (September 6, 2016).

Gorman, Sara and Jack M. Gorman. Why Do People Buy Guns? Psychology Today (August 17, 2016).

Gorman, Sara. Choosing the right words in global health and development. WhyDev (August 19, 2016).

Gorman, Sara. The ethics of “innovation” in global health. WhyDev (May 31, 2016).

Gorman, Sara. Do we really know enough about local development work? WhyDev (February 25, 2016).

Gorman, Sara. Is “integrated development” the future or just a fad? WhyDev (November 24, 2015).

Gorman, Sara. Does crowdfunding have a place in global health? WhyDev (November 3, 2015).

Gorman, Sara. Engaging the public on global healthPLoS Speaking of Medicine (March 19, 2015).

Gorman, Sara. Is Margaret Chan really to blame for the delayed Ebola response? PLoS Speaking of Medicine (January 16, 2015).

Gorman, Sara. Ebola has taught us a crucial lesson about our views of “irrational” health behaviorsPLoS Speaking of Medicine (October 22, 2014).

Gorman, Sara. When implementing universal health coverage, context mattersPLoS Speaking of Medicine (September 16, 2014).

Gorman, Sara. Does Fear-Based Messaging Help Public Health Campaigns? Global Health Hub (April 29, 2014).

Gorman, Sara. What Do We Really Know About Social Resistance to Vaccines? PLoS Speaking of Medicine (December 13, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. Why infectious diseases still matter. PLoS Speaking of Medicine (October 25, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. Legal and medical bases for granting asylum in the USA to women with female genital mutilation: a systematic reviewThe Lancet 2013;582:15.

Gorman, Sara. Why maternal mental health should be a priorityPLoS Speaking of Medicine (September 11, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. How can we improve global infectious disease surveillance and prevent the next outbreak? Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2013; 45(12): 944-947.

Gorman, Sara. “Is fear a useful measure in preventing outbreaks?” The Pump Handle (August 29, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. “Why Mental Illness-Focused Gun Control May Be More Harmful Than Helpful.” PLoS Speaking of Medicine (July 31, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. “Should women who have undergone FGM be granted asylum in the United States on medical grounds?” The Pump Handle (July 17, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. “Why are we so afraid of vaccines?” PLoS Speaking of Medicine (June 11, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. “The importance of improving mental health research in developing countries.” The Pump Handle (May 30, 2013).

Gorman, Sara E. A new approach to maternal mortality: the role of HIV in pregnancyInternational Journal of Women’s Health 2013;5: 271-4.

Gorman, Sara. “Economic development and mortality: Samuel Preston’s 1975 classic.” The Pump Handle (April 1, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. “Is disease eradication always the right path?” PLOS Speaking of Medicine (March 20, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. “Preventive care in medicine: Dugald Baird’s 1952 obstetrics analysis.” The Pump Handle (February 13, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. “How do we perceive risk?: Paul Slovic’s landmark analysis.” The Pump Handle (January 16, 2013). 

Gorman, Sara. “The infelicities of quarantine.” PLOS Speaking of Medicine (January 15, 2013).

Gorman, Sara. “What can we learn from disease stigma’s long history?PLOS Speaking of Medicine (November 27, 2012).

Gorman, Sara. “What ’causes’ disease?: Association vs. Causation and the Hill Criteria.” The Pump Handle (November 19, 2012).

Gorman, Sara. “Culturally Sensitive Psychiatric Care for Refugees: A Reassessment.Health and Human Rights (October 25, 2012).

Gorman, Sara. “Inequality, stress, and health: The Whitehall Studies.” The Pump Handle (October 3, 2012).

Gorman, Sara. “Optimism and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic.” The Pump Handle (September 18, 2012).

Gorman, Sara. “Why the United States Needs Better Confidentiality Laws for Minors with HIV/AIDS.PLOS Speaking of Medicine (September 4, 2012).

Gorman, Sara E. and Jack M. Gorman, MD. Beyond misconceptions: neurobiological and genetic associations in eating disordersCNS Spectrums 2004;9(7): 504.