Elizabeth Kendall mainly focuses on Health care, Gerontology, Nursing, Psychological intervention and Rehabilitation. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Self-management, Public relations and Public health. Her Public relations research integrates issues from Social science, Harm and Traditional knowledge.
Her research in Gerontology tackles topics such as Medical education which are related to areas like Population health, Community health, Pacific islanders, Health economics and Research ethics. Her Nursing research incorporates themes from Engineering ethics, Medical model, Social support, Patient participation and Qualitative research. Her research integrates issues of Intervention, Randomized controlled trial, Review article and Art therapy in her study of Psychological intervention.
Her primary areas of investigation include Health care, Nursing, Public relations, Public health and Rehabilitation. Elizabeth Kendall has included themes like Mental illness and Family medicine in her Health care study. Her biological study focuses on Psychological intervention.
The various areas that Elizabeth Kendall examines in her Public health study include Psychiatry and Gerontology. Her Rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Psychosocial and Process. Her Health policy research includes elements of Jury, Health education and Health promotion.
Elizabeth Kendall mainly investigates Nursing, Rehabilitation, Health care, Mental health and Qualitative research. Her studies in Nursing integrate themes in fields like Self-management and Health professionals. The Rehabilitation study combines topics in areas such as Psychosocial, Process, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Patient engagement.
Elizabeth Kendall works in the field of Health care, focusing on Health policy in particular. Her Qualitative research research includes themes of Social work and Social psychology. Her work in Social work tackles topics such as Remuneration which are related to areas like Public relations.
Her main research concerns Health care, Rehabilitation, Nursing, Human geography and Qualitative research. Her Health care study is related to the wider topic of Economic growth. She interconnects Payment, Demography, Applied psychology and Crash in the investigation of issues within Rehabilitation.
Elizabeth Kendall studies Health policy, a branch of Nursing. Her Human geography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychosocial and Referral. In her work, Social work, Sociology of health and illness, Disease management and Systematic review is strongly intertwined with Mental illness, which is a subfield of Qualitative research.
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Indigenous Ways of Knowing: Implications for Participatory Research and Community
Patricia A. L. Cochran;Catherine A. Marshall;Carmen Garcia-Downing;Elizabeth Kendall.
American Journal of Public Health (2008)
Critically Appraising Qualitative Research: a Guide for Clinicians More Familiar With Quantitative Techniques:
Stephen Kisely;Elizabeth Kendall.
Australasian Psychiatry (2011)
Patient-Centered Approaches to Health Care A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials
Sara Sinclair McMillan;Elizabeth Kendall;Adem Sav;Michelle Annette King.
Medical Care Research and Review (2013)
Burden of treatment for chronic illness: a concept analysis and review of the literature
Adem Sav;Michelle Annette King;Jennifer Anne Whitty;Elizabeth Kendall.
Health Expectations (2015)
Role modeling for agent system analysis, design, and implementation
IEEE Concurrency (2000)
Recovery following stroke: The role of self-management education
Elizabeth Kendall;Tara Catalano;Pim Kuipers;Natasha Posner.
Social Science & Medicine (2007)
Role model designs and implementations with aspect-oriented programming
Elizabeth A. Kendall.
conference on object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications (1999)
Patterns of intelligent and mobile agents
Elizabeth A. Kendall;P. V. Murali Krishna;Chirag V. Pathak;C. B. Suresh.
adaptive agents and multi-agents systems (1998)
Psychosocial Adjustment Following Closed Head Injury: A Model for Understanding Individual Differences and Predicting Outcome
Elizabeth Kendall;Deborah J. Terry.
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (1996)
Culturally competent research with American Indians and Alaska Natives: findings and recommendations of the first symposium of the work group on American Indian Research and Program Evaluation Methodology.
Joyce Y. Caldwell;Jamie D. Davis;Barbara Du Bois;Holly Echo-Hawk.
American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research (2005)
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