Emily Mendenhall
Emily Mendenhall
Provost's Distinguished Associate Professor, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown
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Syndemics and the biosocial conception of health
M Singer, N Bulled, B Ostrach, E Mendenhall
The Lancet 389 (10072), 941-950, 2017
2322017
Acceptability and feasibility of using non-specialist health workers to deliver mental health care: stakeholder perceptions from the PRIME district sites in Ethiopia, India …
E Mendenhall, MJ De Silva, C Hanlon, I Petersen, R Shidhaye, M Jordans, ...
Social science & medicine 118, 33-42, 2014
1482014
Non-communicable disease syndemics: poverty, depression, and diabetes among low-income populations
E Mendenhall, BA Kohrt, SA Norris, D Ndetei, D Prabhakaran
The Lancet 389 (10072), 951-963, 2017
1392017
Speaking through diabetes: Rethinking the significance of lay discourses on diabetes
E Mendenhall, RA Seligman, A Fernandez, EA Jacobs
Medical Anthropology Quarterly 24 (2), 220-239, 2010
1092010
Syndemic Suffering: Social Distress, Depression, and Diabetes Among Mexican Immigrant Women
E Mendenhall
Routledge, 2012
106*2012
Co-occurring epidemics, syndemics, and population health
AC Tsai, E Mendenhall, JA Trostle, I Kawachi
The Lancet 389 (10072), 978-982, 2017
782017
Depression and type 2 diabetes in low-and middle-income countries: a systematic review
E Mendenhall, SA Norris, R Shidhaye, D Prabhakaran
Diabetes research and clinical practice 103 (2), 276-285, 2014
762014
Stress and diabetes in socioeconomic context: a qualitative study of urban Indians
E Mendenhall, R Shivashankar, N Tandon, MK Ali, KMV Narayan, ...
Social Science & Medicine 75 (12), 2522-2529, 2012
712012
Association of somatoform disorders with anxiety and depression in women in low and middle income countries: a systematic review
R Shidhaye, E Mendenhall, K Sumathipala, A Sumathipala, V Patel
International Review of Psychiatry 25 (1), 65-76, 2013
682013
Applying syndemics and chronicity: interpretations from studies of poverty, depression, and diabetes
LJ Weaver, E Mendenhall
Medical anthropology 33 (2), 92-108, 2014
532014
Beliefs about racism and health among African American women with diabetes: a qualitative study
JA Wagner, CY Osborn, EA Mendenhall, LM Budris, S Belay, HA Tennen
Journal of the National Medical Association 103 (3), 224-233, 2011
402011
Global Mental Health
BA Kohrt, E Mendenhall, PJ Brown
The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, 1-10, 2018
392018
Syndemics: a new path for global health research
E Mendenhall
The Lancet 389 (10072), 889-891, 2017
392017
Beyond comorbidity: a critical perspective of syndemic depression and diabetes in cross‐cultural contexts
E Mendenhall
Medical anthropology quarterly 30 (4), 462-478, 2016
392016
Concepts of diabetes self-management in Mexican American and African American low-income patients with diabetes
EB Lynch, A Fernandez, N Lighthouse, E Mendenhall, E Jacobs
Health education research 27 (5), 814-824, 2012
382012
Susto, coraje, and abuse: depression and beliefs about diabetes
E Mendenhall, A Fernandez, N Adler, EA Jacobs
Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 36 (3), 480-492, 2012
382012
Interpersonal abuse and depression among Mexican immigrant women with type 2 diabetes
E Mendenhall, EA Jacobs
Culture, medicine, and psychiatry 36 (1), 136-153, 2012
382012
Property grabbing and will writing in Lusaka, Zambia: an examination of wills of HIV-infected cohabiting couples
E Mendenhall, L Muzizi, R Stephenson, E Chomba, Y Ahmed, A Haworth, ...
AIDS care 19 (3), 369-374, 2007
372007
When HIV is ordinary and diabetes new: Remaking suffering in a South African Township
E Mendenhall, SA Norris
Global public health 10 (4), 449-462, 2015
322015
An exploratory study of how trust in health care institutions varies across African American, Hispanic and white populations
E Jacobs, E Mendenhall, A Scheck-McAlearney, I Rolle, E Whitaker, ...
Communication & medicine 8 (1), 89-98, 2011
282011
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