Health care, Public health, Family caregivers, Palliative care and Nursing are her primary areas of study. Her Health care study combines topics in areas such as Gender studies and Public relations. In the subject of general Public health, her work in Health policy is often linked to Western world, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
The Family caregivers study combines topics in areas such as Psychotherapist, Social support, Meaning and Self-concept. Her study looks at the intersection of Palliative care and topics like Gerontology with Qualitative research and Health services research. Her work in the fields of Psychological intervention overlaps with other areas such as Inequality, Response rate and Support services.
Allison Williams mainly investigates Nursing, Palliative care, Family caregivers, Gerontology and Health care. The End-of-life care research Allison Williams does as part of her general Nursing study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Human resources, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her work focuses on many connections between Palliative care and other disciplines, such as Qualitative research, that overlap with her field of interest in Social support.
Her research brings together the fields of Grief and Family caregivers. Socioeconomics is closely connected to Socioeconomic status in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Gerontology. Her Health care research includes elements of Public health, Social psychology and Public relations.
Allison Williams spends much of her time researching Gerontology, Multiple Chronic Conditions, Nursing, Intervention and Qualitative research. Her Gerontology research also works with subjects such as
Her Family caregivers research incorporates elements of Caregiver burden and Health promotion. Her Qualitative research research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Applied psychology, Public relations, Home modification, Social support and Occupational therapy. Her study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Health care and Perception.
Her primary areas of study are Gerontology, Dementia, Qualitative research, Multiple Chronic Conditions and Intervention. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mental health, Multimorbidity and Protocol in addition to Gerontology. Allison Williams interconnects Psychological intervention, Caregiver stress, Quality of life, Psychosocial and Alzheimer's disease in the investigation of issues within Intervention.
Her Quality of life study is associated with Nursing. Her study explores the link between Social psychology and topics such as Perception that cross with problems in Health care. Within one scientific family, Allison Williams focuses on topics pertaining to Intersectionality under Health care, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Public relations.
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Changing geographies of care: employing the concept of therapeutic landscapes as a framework in examining home space
Social Science & Medicine (2002)
Therapeutic landscapes in holistic medicine
Social Science & Medicine (1998)
Interventions to improve medication adherence in people with multiple chronic conditions: a systematic review
Allison Fiona Williams;Elizabeth Manias;Rowan G Walker.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (2008)
Therapeutic landscapes : the dynamic between place and wellness
Patients’ and family members’ views on how clinicians enact and how they should enact incident disclosure: the “100 patient stories” qualitative study
Rick A M Iedema;Suellen Allen;Katherine Britton;Donella Piper.
Living with hope : Initial evaluation of a psychosocial hope intervention for older palliative home care patients
Wendy D. Duggleby;Lesley Degner;Allison Williams;Karen Wright.
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (2007)
Metasynthesis of the Hope Experience of Family Caregivers of Persons With Chronic Illness
Wendy Duggleby;Lorraine Holtslander;Jari Kylma;Vicky Duncan.
Qualitative Health Research (2010)
From therapeutic landscapes to healthy spaces, places and practices: A scoping review.
Sarah L. Bell;Ronan Foley;Frank Houghton;Avril Maddrell.
Social Science & Medicine (2018)
Hope, older adults, and chronic illness: a metasynthesis of qualitative research.
Wendy Duggleby;Deborah Hicks;Cheryl Nekolaichuk;Lorraine Holtslander.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (2012)
A Mixed Method Approach to Quality of Life Research: A Case Study Approach
Heather Dunning;Allison Williams;Sylvia Abonyi;Valorie Crooks.
Social Indicators Research (2007)
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