Mahati Chittem
Mahati Chittem
Liberal Arts, IIT Hyderabad
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Relationships between perceived diagnostic disclosure, patient characteristics, psychological distress and illness perceptions in Indian cancer patients
M Chittem, P Norman, PR Harris
Psycho‐oncology 22 (6), 1375-1380, 2013
Responding to family requests for nondisclosure: The impact of oncologists′ cultural background
M Chittem, P Butow
Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics 11 (1), 174-180, 2015
Illness representations and psychological distress in Indian patients with cancer: does being aware of one's cancer diagnosis make a difference?
M Chittem, P Norman, PR Harris
Psycho‐Oncology 24 (12), 1694-1700, 2015
Sense of coherence and chronic illnesses: Scope for research in India
M Chittem, B Lindström, R Byrapaneni, GA Espnes
Journal of Social Health and Diabetes 3 (02), 079-083, 2015
Understanding coping with cancer: How can qualitative research help?
M Chittem
Journal of cancer research and therapeutics 10 (1), 6-10, 2014
Primary family caregivers' reasons for disclosing versus not disclosing a cancer diagnosis in India
M Chittem, P Norman, P Harris
Cancer nursing 43 (2), 126-133, 2020
Improvisation, therapeutic brokerage and antibiotic (mis) use in India: a qualitative interview study of Hyderabadi physicians and pharmacists
A Broom, K Kenny, E Kirby, N George, M Chittem
Critical Public Health 30 (1), 16-27, 2020
Indian cancer patients’ needs, perceptions of, and expectations from their support network: A qualitative study
S Chawak, M Chittem, P Butow, N Huilgol
Journal of Cancer Education 35, 462-469, 2020
Psychological outcomes, coping and illness perceptions among parents of children with neurological disorders
L Kelada, CE Wakefield, N Muppavaram, L Lingappa, M Chittem
Psychology & Health 36 (12), 1480-1496, 2021
Illness experiences, collective decisions, and the therapeutic encounter in Indian oncology
A Broom, M Chittem, V Bowden, N Muppavaram, S Rajappa
Qualitative health research 27 (7), 951-963, 2017
Nondisclosure of a cancer diagnosis and prognosis: recommendations for future research and practice
M Chittem, S Maya, S Chawak
Indian journal of cancer 58 (2), 158-164, 2021
A review of literature on diabetes self-management: scope for research and practice in India
SG Sridharan, M Chittem, N Muppavaram
Journal of Social Health and Diabetes 4 (02), 108-114, 2016
Cultural ontologies of cancer in India
A Broom, K Kenny, V Bowden, N Muppavaram, M Chittem
Critical Public Health 28 (1), 48-58, 2018
Antimicrobial overuse in India: A symptom of broader societal issues including resource limitations and financial pressures
J Broom, A Broom, K Kenny, M Chittem
Global Public Health 16 (7), 1079-1087, 2021
Experiences of barriers to self-monitoring and medication-management among Indian patients with type 2 diabetes, their primary family-members and physicians
M Chittem, SG Sridharan, M Pongener, S Maya, T Epton
Chronic illness 18 (3), 677-690, 2022
The Question‐prompt list (QPL): Why it is needed in the Indian oncology setting?
S Chawak, M Chittem, S Maya, HM Dhillon, PN Butow
Cancer Reports 4 (2), e1316, 2021
Patients’ experiences of barriers and facilitators for adherence to type 2 diabetes mellitus: A meta-ethnography
SG Sridharan, M Chittem, S Maya
Journal of Social Health and Diabetes 7 (02), 61-72, 2019
The relationship between diabetes-related emotional distress and illness perceptions among Indian patients with Type II diabetes
M Chittem, S Chawak, SG Sridharan, R Sahay
Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews 13 (2), 965-967, 2019
A twist in the tale: alternate methods to communicate, or are they great expectations?
M Chittem, S Maya
Cancer Research, Statistics, and Treatment 3 (2), 360-361, 2020
Demonstrating the importance of cultural considerations at end of life utilizing the perspective of Indian patients with cancer
M Chittem, J Eliott, I Olver
Supportive Care in Cancer, 1-11, 2022
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