Her primary areas of investigation include Physical therapy, Intervention, Randomized controlled trial, Family medicine and Clinical psychology. Her research combines Veterans Affairs and Intervention. Her Randomized controlled trial study which covers Weight loss that intersects with Young adult, mHealth and Overweight.
Her work in the fields of Primary care overlaps with other areas such as Center. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Spirituality, Psychosocial, Construct validity, Social support and Depression. Her Psychosocial research includes themes of Racial disparity and Blood pressure, Blood pressure control.
Her primary scientific interests are in Psychological intervention, Physical therapy, Randomized controlled trial, Weight loss and Intervention. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quality, Gerontology, Family medicine, Social support and Depression in addition to Psychological intervention. Psychiatry is closely connected to Clinical psychology in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Social support.
Her Physical therapy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychosocial and Veterans Affairs. The concepts of her Randomized controlled trial study are interwoven with issues in Overweight and Type 2 diabetes. Her Weight loss study combines topics in areas such as Body mass index and Young adult.
Corrine I. Voils spends much of her time researching Family medicine, Weight loss, Psychological intervention, Intervention and Randomized controlled trial. Her Family medicine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Clinical decision support system, Thyroid cancer, Young adult, Family history and Veterans Affairs. Her work deals with themes such as Glycemic and Clinical psychology, which intersect with Weight loss.
Her Psychological intervention study incorporates themes from Clinical genetic and Data collection. Her Intervention research incorporates elements of PsycINFO, Physical therapy, Social support and Genetic testing. Her study in Randomized controlled trial is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Genetic risk, Pediatrics and Behavior change.
Corrine I. Voils spends much of her time researching Family medicine, Family caregivers, Psychological intervention, Logistic regression and Reliability. The various areas that Corrine I. Voils examines in her Family medicine study include Preventive healthcare, Young adult, Medicaid, Family history and Population health. Her work on Perception expands to the thematically related Family caregivers.
Her Psychological intervention study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Well-being, Veterans Affairs and Long-term care. Corrine I. Voils interconnects Age of onset, Medical history, Cause of death and Medical record in the investigation of issues within Logistic regression. She has included themes like Confirmatory factor analysis, Clinical team and Applied psychology in her Reliability study.
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Putting the brakes on prejudice: on the development and operation of cues for control.
Margo J. Monteith;Leslie Ashburn-Nardo;Corrine I. Voils;Alexander M. Czopp.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2002)
Defining and Designing Mixed Research Synthesis Studies.
Margarete Sandelowski;Corrine I. Voils;Julie Barroso.
Research in the schools : a nationally refereed journal sponsored by the Mid-South Educational Research Association and the University of Alabama (2006)
Using qualitative metasummary to synthesize qualitative and quantitative descriptive findings
Margarete J Sandelowski;Julie Barroso;Corrine I. Voils.
Research in Nursing & Health (2007)
Racial differences in blood pressure control: potential explanatory factors
Hayden B. Bosworth;Hayden B. Bosworth;Tara Dudley;Maren K. Olsen;Maren K. Olsen;Corrine I. Voils;Corrine I. Voils.
The American Journal of Medicine (2006)
Implicit associations as the seeds of intergroup bias: how easily do they take root?
Leslie Ashburn-Nardo;Corrine I. Voils;Margo J. Monteith.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2001)
Taking a look underground : Detecting interpreting, and reacting to implicit racial biases
Margo J. Monteith;Corrine I. Voils;Leslie Ashburn-Nardo.
Social Cognition (2001)
Mapping the Mixed Methods-Mixed Research Synthesis Terrain
Margarete J Sandelowski;Corrine I. Voils;Jennifer Leeman;Jamie L Crandell.
Journal of Mixed Methods Research (2012)
“Are You at Peace?”: One Item to Probe Spiritual Concerns at the End of Life
Karen E. Steinhauser;Corrine I. Voils;Elizabeth C. Clipp;Hayden B. Bosworth.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2006)
Measuring quality of life at the end of life: validation of the QUAL-E.
Karen E. Steinhauser;Elizabeth C. Clipp;Hayden B. Bosworth;Maya Mcneilly.
Palliative & Supportive Care (2004)
Perceived discrimination and reported delay of pharmacy prescriptions and medical tests.
Courtney Harold Van Houtven;Corrine I. Voils;Eugene Z. Oddone;Kevin P. Weinfurt.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2005)
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