Mary Magee Gullatte
Affiliation: Emory University
- Religiosity, spirituality, and cancer fatalism beliefs on delay in breast cancer diagnosis in African American womenMary Magee Gullatte
Emory Crawford Long Hospital of Emory Healthcare Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA
J Relig Health 49:62-72. 2010..African American women who delayed seeking medical care for longer than 3 months were more likely to present with a later stage of breast cancer than women who sought care within 3 months of symptom discovery...
- Religious beliefs and delay in breast cancer diagnosis for self-detected breast changes in African-American womenMary Magee Gullatte
Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing of Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA
J Natl Black Nurses Assoc 20:25-35. 2009..Delay in time to seek medical care was significantly associated with only talking to God about the breast change at (p = 0.02). Telling someone about their breast symptom was also statistically significant at p = 0.01 for reducing delay...
- Factors associated with delays in screening of self-detected breast changes in African-American womenMary Magee Gullatte
Inpatient Oncology and Transplant Services, Emory University Hospital, Crawford Long Hospital, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA
J Natl Black Nurses Assoc 17:45-50. 2006....