His main research concerns Nursing, Qualitative research, Family medicine, Reproductive health and Public health. Edwin van Teijlingen combines subjects such as Childbirth and Health care, Maternity care with his study of Nursing. His studies deal with areas such as Social psychology, Weight loss, Health policy, Gynecology and Poverty as well as Qualitative research.
His Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Developed country, Response rate, Socioeconomic status and Program evaluation. His Reproductive health research incorporates elements of Condom, Environmental health, Human sexuality, Adolescent health and Focus group. His Public health research includes elements of Nursing research and Questionnaire.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Nursing, Public health, Health care, Family medicine and Qualitative research. A large part of his Nursing studies is devoted to Psychological intervention. The concepts of his Public health study are interwoven with issues in Demography and Environmental health.
He interconnects Medical encyclopedia, Health information and Library science in the investigation of issues within Family medicine. As a part of the same scientific family, Edwin van Teijlingen mostly works in the field of Qualitative research, focusing on Nepali and, on occasion, Socioeconomics. His work carried out in the field of Health promotion brings together such families of science as Intervention, Health education and Health policy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public health, Health care, Nepali, Family medicine and Qualitative research. His Public health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Multidisciplinary approach, Focus group and Environmental health. When carried out as part of a general Health care research project, his work on Health technology is frequently linked to work in Ill health, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His research on Family medicine also deals with topics like
His primary areas of study are Public health, Nepali, Qualitative research, Pandemic and Health care. His Public health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Multidisciplinary approach and Environmental health. His studies in Nepali integrate themes in fields like Demography and Socioeconomics.
His work investigates the relationship between Qualitative research and topics such as Focus group that intersect with problems in Family medicine, Mental health, Nursing, Middle income countries and Neglect. The Nursing study combines topics in areas such as Quality, Impunity and Health services. His research integrates issues of Breastfeeding support, Isolation and Power of Women in his study of Health care.
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The importance of pilot studies
Edwin R. van Teijlingen;Vanora Hundley.
Social Research Update (2001)
Factors affecting the utilization of antenatal care in developing countries: systematic review of the literature
Bibha Simkhada;Edwin R. van Teijlingen;Maureen Porter;Padam Simkhada.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (2008)
The importance of conducting and reporting pilot studies: the example of the Scottish Births Survey.
Edwin R. Van Teijlingen;Anne‐Marie Rennie;Vanora Hundley;Wendy Graham.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (2001)
Women's autonomy in household decision-making: a demographic study in Nepal
Dev R Acharya;Jacqueline S Bell;Padam Simkhada;Edwin R van Teijlingen.
Reproductive Health (2010)
Maternity satisfaction studies and their limitations: "What is, must still be best"
Edwin R van Teijlingen;Vanora Hundley;Ann-Marie Rennie;Wendy Graham.
Birth-issues in Perinatal Care (2003)
Risk, theory, social and medical models: a critical analysis of the concept of risk in maternity care.
Helen MacKenzie Bryers;Edwin van Teijlingen.
A systematic review of school-based sexual health interventions to prevent STI/HIV in sub-Saharan Africa
Virginia A Paul-Ebhohimhen;Amudha Poobalan;Edwin R van Teijlingen.
BMC Public Health (2008)
Utilisation of postnatal care among rural women in Nepal
Sulochana Dhakal;Glyn N Chapman;Padam P Simkhada;Edwin R van Teijlingen.
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth (2007)
Primary care staff's views and experiences related to routinely advising patients about physical activity. A questionnaire survey
Flora Douglas;Nicola Torrance;Edwin R. van Teijlingen;Serena Meloni.
BMC Public Health (2006)
Factors Influencing Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment in Nepal: A Mixed-Methods Study
Sharada P. Wasti;Padam Simkhada;Julian Randall;Jennifer V. Freeman.
PLOS ONE (2012)
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