Chettri's research focuses on reproductive rights and racial disparities in infant and maternal health. Chettri's overarching themes in writings include reproductive autonomy and justice and the impact of systemic racism on creating and perpetuating racial disparities in health outcomes. Chettri serves as the Vice President of The Public Health Graduate Student Association at The Ohio State University College of Public Health. Chettri is a Graduate Research Associate for the Ohio Policy Evaluation Network, a multidisciplinary research collaboration that examines the impact of Ohio's legislation on reproductive health.
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Elaborates on how breast reconstruction was associated with better patient reported outcomes in some but not all domains. Making a high quality decision was not associated with better patient reported outcomes.
Discusses how never using long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC) were associated with political and religious views. Mentions how respondents did not connect these views to LARC never-use; rather, stated reasons pointed to satisfaction with another method and gaps in knowledge about LARC. Elaborates on contraception, including LARC and how it can assist patients across ideological viewpoints in making informed decisions.