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How physicians in South India recognize, assess, and manage people with chronic breathlessness syndrome: A thematic analysis (2021)
Journal Article
Barnes-Harris, M., Daniel, S., Venkateswaran, C., Hutchinson, A., & Johnson, M. (2021). How physicians in South India recognize, assess, and manage people with chronic breathlessness syndrome: A thematic analysis. Indian Journal of Palliative Care, 27(1), 54-61. https://doi.org/10.4103/IJPC.IJPC_139_20

Objectives: Chronic breathlessness syndrome has been defined to help clinicians actively seek, and patients legitimately present with, persistent breathlessness, and to drive services and research. However, views from low- to middle-income countries... Read More about How physicians in South India recognize, assess, and manage people with chronic breathlessness syndrome: A thematic analysis.

‘I don’t talk about my distress to others; I feel that I have to suffer my problems..’ Voices of Indian women with breast cancer: a qualitative interview study (2020)
Journal Article
Daniel, S., Venkateswaran, C., Hutchinson, A., & Johnson, M. J. (2020). ‘I don’t talk about my distress to others; I feel that I have to suffer my problems..’ Voices of Indian women with breast cancer: a qualitative interview study. Supportive care in cancer : official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-020-05756-8

Background: Breast cancer is the commonest form of cancer among women globally, including in India. The rising incidence in the developing world is thought to be due to increased life expectancy, urbanization and adoption of western lifestyles. A rec... Read More about ‘I don’t talk about my distress to others; I feel that I have to suffer my problems..’ Voices of Indian women with breast cancer: a qualitative interview study.

Psychological concerns of Indian women with breast cancer in different national contexts: A systematic review and mixed-methods synthesis (2020)
Journal Article
Daniel, S., Clark, J., Gnanapragasam, S., Venkateswaran, C., & Johnson, M. J. (in press). Psychological concerns of Indian women with breast cancer in different national contexts: A systematic review and mixed-methods synthesis. BMJ supportive & palliative care, https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2019-002076

© 2020 Author(s). Background: Breast cancer is becoming the most common cancer among women of Indian origin. However, little is known about the psychological impact of the disease and its treatment among this population. Aim: To improve understanding... Read More about Psychological concerns of Indian women with breast cancer in different national contexts: A systematic review and mixed-methods synthesis.