Her main research concerns Family medicine, Gerontology, Mental health, Activities of daily living and Physical therapy. Anita L. Stewart has researched Gerontology in several fields, including Quality of life, Multivariate analysis, Program evaluation, Public health and Interpersonal relationship. Heart disease is closely connected to Disease in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Public health.
Her Mental health study combines topics in areas such as Cross-sectional study, Test validity and Physical exercise. In her research, Social relation, Social support and Social psychology is intimately related to Construct validity, which falls under the overarching field of Test validity. Her studies in Physical therapy integrate themes in fields like Clinical trial and Comorbidity.
Anita L. Stewart focuses on Gerontology, Clinical psychology, Family medicine, Physical therapy and Health equity. Anita L. Stewart focuses mostly in the field of Gerontology, narrowing it down to matters related to Quality of life and, in some cases, Psychological intervention. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Construct validity, Reliability, Cronbach's alpha and Mental health, Psychiatry.
Her Construct validity study frequently links to other fields, such as Psychometrics. Her study in Family medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nursing, Breast cancer and Functional status. Her work carried out in the field of Physical therapy brings together such families of science as Randomized controlled trial, Quality of life and Disease.
Her primary areas of study are Gerontology, Breast cancer, Clinical psychology, Health equity and Psychosocial. Her Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Intervention, Socioeconomic status, Discriminant validity and Well-being. She interconnects Family medicine, Affect, Stress management and Quality of life in the investigation of issues within Breast cancer.
Her Clinical psychology research includes elements of Confirmatory factor analysis, Cronbach's alpha, Construct validity, Scale and Social support. Her Psychosocial study which covers Psychological intervention that intersects with Cognition and Mental health. Anita L. Stewart has researched Mental health in several fields, including Applied psychology and Exploratory factor analysis.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Nursing, Health equity, Quality of life, Psychological intervention and Psychosocial. Her research in Quality of life intersects with topics in Physical therapy and Public health. The concepts of her Physical therapy study are interwoven with issues in Postmenopausal women, Cohort study, Well-being and Itching.
Her research investigates the link between Psychological intervention and topics such as Cronbach's alpha that cross with problems in Interoception, Applied psychology, Confirmatory factor analysis, Structural equation modeling and Mental health. Her work on Physician patient communication as part of general Family medicine study is frequently connected to Colorectal cancer screening, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her studies examine the connections between Social support and genetics, as well as such issues in Pediatrics, with regards to Clinical psychology.
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The MOS social support survey.
Cathy Donald Sherbourne;Anita L. Stewart.
Social Science & Medicine (1991)
The MOS short-form general health survey. Reliability and validity in a patient population.
Anita L. Stewart;Ron D. Hays;John E. Ware.
Medical Care (1988)
The functioning and well-being of depressed patients. Results from the Medical Outcomes Study
Kenneth B. Wells;Anita L. Stewart;Ron D. Hays;M. Audrey Burnam.
Functional status and well-being of patients with chronic conditions. Results from the Medical Outcomes Study.
Anita L. Stewart;Sheldon Greenfield;Ron D. Hays;Kenneth Wells.
Evidence suggesting that a chronic disease self-management program can improve health status while reducing hospitalization: a randomized trial.
Kate R. Lorig;David S. Sobel;Anita L. Stewart;Byron William Brown Jr..
Medical Care (1999)
Measuring Functioning and Well-Being: The Medical Outcomes Study Approach
Anita L. Stewart;John E. Ware.
Chronic disease self-management program: 2-year health status and health care utilization outcomes.
Kate R. Lorig;Philip Ritter;Anita L. Stewart;David S. Sobel.
Medical Care (2001)
Loss of independence in activities of daily living in older adults hospitalized with medical illnesses: increased vulnerability with age.
Kenneth E. Covinsky;Robert M. Palmer;Richard H. Fortinsky;Steven R. Counsell.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2003)
CHAMPS physical activity questionnaire for older adults: outcomes for interventions.
Anita L. Stewart;Kristin M. Mills;Abby C. King;William L. Haskell.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2001)
The Functioning and Well-Being of Depressed Patients
Kenneth B. Wells;Anita Stewart;Ron D. Hays;M. Audrey Burnam.
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