Farr A. Curlin mostly deals with Spirituality, Public health, Psychiatry, MEDLINE and Family medicine. His research integrates issues of Psychotherapist, Association and Psychometrics in his study of Spirituality. The Public health study combines topics in areas such as Adolescent medicine and Pediatrics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Odds ratio and Terminal Sedation in addition to Psychiatry. His MEDLINE research includes themes of Multivariate analysis and Physical therapy. His Family medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Response rate, Human sexuality, Sexual orientation and Pleasure.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Family medicine, Spirituality, MEDLINE, Psychiatry and Response rate. His study in Family medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Odds ratio, Vignette, Gynecology and Public health. His study explores the link between Spirituality and topics such as Religiosity that cross with problems in Gerontology and Ethnic group.
His work deals with themes such as Nursing, Patient care, Multivariate analysis, Psychotherapist and Conscience, which intersect with MEDLINE. His work on Depression and Anxiety is typically connected to Cross-sectional study as part of general Psychiatry study, connecting several disciplines of science. He has included themes like Developed country, Emergency contraception, Unintended pregnancy and Addiction in his Response rate study.
Farr A. Curlin mainly investigates Family medicine, MEDLINE, Nursing, Health care and Psychological intervention. His study in the field of Specialty also crosses realms of Context. His MEDLINE research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Personhood and Conscience.
As part of one scientific family, Farr A. Curlin deals mainly with the area of Nursing, narrowing it down to issues related to the Spirituality, and often Qualitative research and Code. As a member of one scientific family, Farr A. Curlin mostly works in the field of Health care, focusing on Intensive care unit and, on occasion, Intensive care, Patient satisfaction and Multidisciplinary approach. His Psychological intervention study combines topics in areas such as Medical record, Descriptive research and End-of-life care.
Farr A. Curlin mainly focuses on Family medicine, Burnout, Career choice, MEDLINE and Medical psychology. The concepts of his Family medicine study are interwoven with issues in Life satisfaction and Well-being. His Burnout study incorporates themes from Academic achievement and Neuroticism, Personality.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Career choice, Job satisfaction are connected with Nursing and other disciplines. His Nursing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Code, Spirituality, Descriptive research and Medical record. In his research, Farr A. Curlin undertakes multidisciplinary study on MEDLINE and Longitudinal study.
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Religion, Conscience, and Controversial Clinical Practices
Farr A. Curlin;Ryan E. Lawrence;Marshall H. Chin;John D. Lantos.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2007)
Prescribing “placebo treatments”: results of national survey of US internists and rheumatologists
Jon C Tilburt;Ezekiel J Emanuel;Ted Jack Kaptchuk;Farr A Curlin.
Religious characteristics of U.S. physicians: a national survey.
Farr A. Curlin;Farr A. Curlin;John D. Lantos;John D. Lantos;Chad J. Roach;Sarah A. Sellergren.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2005)
Attention to inpatients' religious and spiritual concerns: predictors and association with patient satisfaction.
Joshua A. Williams;David Meltzer;Vineet Arora;Grace Chung.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2011)
Religion, Spirituality, and Medicine: Psychiatrists’ and Other Physicians’ Differing Observations, Interpretations, and Clinical Approaches
Farr A. Curlin;Ryan E. Lawrence;Shaun Odell;Marshall H. Chin.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2007)
The prevalence of medical student mistreatment and its association with burnout.
Alyssa F. Cook;Vineet M. Arora;Kenneth A. Rasinski;Farr A. Curlin.
Academic Medicine (2014)
The association of physicians' religious characteristics with their attitudes and self-reported behaviors regarding religion and spirituality in the clinical encounter.
Farr A Curlin;Marshall H Chin;Sarah A Sellergren;Chad J Roach.
Medical Care (2006)
Physicians' observations and interpretations of the influence of religion and spirituality on health.
Farr A. Curlin;Sarah A. Sellergren;John D. Lantos;Marshall H. Chin.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2007)
To die, to sleep: US physicians' religious and other objections to physician-assisted suicide, terminal sedation, and withdrawal of life support.
Farr A. Curlin;Chinyere Nwodim;Jennifer L. Vance;Marshall H. Chin.
American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (2008)
What We Don't Talk about When We Don't Talk about Sex1: Results of a National Survey of U.S. Obstetrician/Gynecologists
Janelle N. Sobecki;Farr A. Curlin;Kenneth A. Rasinski;Stacy Tessler Lindau.
The Journal of Sexual Medicine (2012)
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