Research interests are related to palliative care, family members of cancer patients, and psychosocial distress. My doctoral work focused on family caregivers of palliative cancer patients at home: the pain management process.
Mehta A, Chan L.S., & Cohen S.R, (2014). Flying blind: Sources of distress for family caregivers of palliative cancer patients managing pain at home. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 32(1), 94-111.
Hunt, M.R., Chan, L.S., Mehta, A. (2011). Transitioning from Clinical to Qualitative Interviewing. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 10(3), 191-201.
Mehta, A., & Hamel, M., The Development and Impact of a New Psychosocial Oncology Program. Supportive Care in Cancer, 2011, DOI 10.1007/s00520-011-1204-y
Mehta, A., Cohen, R., Ezer, H., Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, F. (2011). Striving to respond to palliative cancer patient’s pain at home: a puzzle for family caregivers. Oncology Nursing Forum. 38(1). Online exclusive article.
Mehta, A., Saucier, A., & Bazile, A. (2010). Comprehensive Psychosocial Care. Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal, 20 (2):99-100
Mehta, A., Cohen, R., Carnevale, F.A. Ezer, H., & Ducharme, F. (2010). Strategizing a game plan: Family caregivers of palliative patients engage in the process of pain management. Cancer Nursing., 33(6), 461-469.
Mehta, A., Cohen, R., Carnevale, F.A. Ezer, H., & Ducharme, F. (2010). Family Caregivers of Palliative Cancer Patients at Home: The puzzle of pain management. Journal of Palliative Care, 26(2), 78-87.
Mehta A, Cohen S.R, Chan L.S. (2009).Palliative care: A need for a family systems approach. Palliative and Supportive Care, 7, 235-243.
Hunt, M, Mehta, A, & Chan, L.S. (2009). Learning to think qualitatively: experiences of graduate students conducting qualitative health research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 8(2), 129-135.
Mehta, A. & Chan, L.S. (2008). Understanding the concept of “total pain, ” a prerequisite for pain control. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing. 10(1), 26-32. (CE article).
Mehta, A., & Ezer, H. (2003). My love is hurting: the meaning spouses attribute to their loved ones’ pain during palliative care, Journal of Palliative Care, (19)2, 87-94.