Carol Thomas spends much of his time researching Epistemology, Psychosocial, Medical model of disability, Disability studies and Medical sociology. The Epistemology study combines topics in areas such as Social science, Focus and Conceptualization. His Social science research integrates issues from Common ground, Finkelstein's test and Social model of disability.
His studies in Psychosocial integrate themes in fields like Social support, Socioeconomic status, Needs assessment and Personal identity. His research investigates the connection with Medical model of disability and areas like Discipline which intersect with concerns in Gender studies. In most of his Disability studies studies, his work intersects topics such as Politics.
His main research concerns Family medicine, Nursing, Cancer, Psychiatry and Gender studies. His Nursing research incorporates elements of Qualitative research, Needs assessment and Health care. In his work, Gerontology is strongly intertwined with Place of death, which is a subfield of Cancer.
Carol Thomas mostly deals with Psychosocial in his studies of Psychiatry. His study in Psychosocial is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social support and Questionnaire. His research in Gender studies intersects with topics in Social science and Medical model of disability.
His primary areas of investigation include Nursing, Public health, Medical model of disability, Social model of disability and Psychiatry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Qualitative research and Anxiety in addition to Nursing. While the research belongs to areas of Public health, Carol Thomas spends his time largely on the problem of Public relations, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Deliberation, Psychological intervention, Inclusion and Law.
His Medical model of disability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mental health, Disability studies, Gerontology and Politics. His research integrates issues of Media studies, Ableism, Gender studies, Dementia and Law and economics in his study of Social model of disability. His Palliative care study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Family medicine and Unpacking.
Carol Thomas mainly investigates Nursing, Qualitative research, Medical model of disability, Disability studies and Palliative care. His work on Care staff as part of his general Nursing study is frequently connected to Community support, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The concepts of his Qualitative research study are interwoven with issues in Recall, End-of-life care, Primary care, Family medicine and Bereaved family.
His Medical model of disability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social model of disability, Gerontology and Politics. His Disability studies research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social science, Multidisciplinary approach, Human sexuality and Argument. His Psychiatry research is mostly focused on the topic Inclusion.
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Female Forms: Experiencing and Understanding Disability
How is disability understood? An examination of sociological approaches
Disability & Society (2004)
Sociologies of Disability and Illness
Theorising inequalities in health : the place of lay knowledge.
Jennie Popay;Gareth Williams;Carol Thomas;Tony Gatrell.
Sociology of Health and Illness (1998)
Companions through cancer : the care given by informal carers in cancer contexts
Carol J. Thomas;Sara M. Morris;Juliet C. Harman;Juliet C. Harman.
Social Science & Medicine (2002)
Sociologies of Disability and Illness: Contested Ideas in Disability Studies and Medical Sociology
Place of death: preferences among cancer patients and their carers.
Carol Thomas;S. M. Morris;D. Clark.
Social Science & Medicine (2004)
A proper place to live: health inequalities, agency and the normative dimensions of space.
Jennie Popay;Carol Thomas;Gareth Howard Williams;Sharon Bennett.
Social Science & Medicine (2003)
De-Constructing Concepts of Care
The significant unmet needs of cancer patients: probing psychosocial concerns.
Keith L. Soothill;Sara Morris;J. Harman;Brian J. Francis.
Supportive Care in Cancer (2001)
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