His primary scientific interests are in Public health, Health policy, Demography, Substance abuse and Economic growth. His research integrates issues of Health care, Subsidy, Environmental health, Confidence interval and Mental health in his study of Public health. His study looks at the relationship between Environmental health and topics such as Health education, which overlap with Psychological intervention.
Harold A. Pollack combines subjects such as Logistic regression, Epidemiology, Gerontology, Gestation and Socioeconomic status with his study of Demography. His Epidemiology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Childhood obesity, Overweight, Obesity, Cohort study and Prospective cohort study. His Gerontology study incorporates themes from Longitudinal study, Friendship, Social isolation, Adolescent health and Social status.
His primary areas of study are Psychiatry, Family medicine, Public health, Substance abuse and Psychological intervention. The study incorporates disciplines such as Opioid use disorder and Managed care in addition to Psychiatry. His research in Family medicine intersects with topics in Hiv testing, Medicaid and Reimbursement.
Harold A. Pollack studies Health policy, a branch of Public health. His Substance abuse study incorporates themes from Mental health, Welfare reform, Welfare and Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. His Psychological intervention research includes themes of Intervention and Gerontology.
Harold A. Pollack spends much of his time researching Family medicine, Medicaid, Psychiatry, Public health and Addiction. His Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health insurance, Methadone, Payment and Substance abuse. His research in Psychiatry focuses on subjects like Naloxone, which are connected to Randomized controlled trial and Intervention.
His work deals with themes such as Health care, Opioid use disorder, Public administration, Disaster preparedness and Criminology, which intersect with Public health. His Health care study combines topics in areas such as Odds ratio, Epidemiology and Disease. His work investigates the relationship between Addiction treatment and topics such as MEDLINE that intersect with problems in Health policy.
His main research concerns Family medicine, Medicaid, Substance abuse, Health insurance and Addiction treatment. Harold A. Pollack has included themes like Relative risk, Medical history and Poisson regression in his Family medicine study. His studies deal with areas such as Managed care, Buprenorphine, Retrenchment, Legislature and Bipartisanship as well as Medicaid.
His Substance abuse research is within the category of Psychiatry. His studies in Health insurance integrate themes in fields like Mental health and Health services. His Addiction treatment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Health reform, MEDLINE and Insurance benefit.
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Epidemic Increase in Childhood Overweight, 1986-1998
Richard S. Strauss;Harold A. Pollack.
Social Marginalization of Overweight Children
Richard S. Strauss;Harold A. Pollack.
JAMA Pediatrics (2003)
Investing in youth tobacco control: a review of smoking prevention and control strategies
Paula M Lantz;Peter D Jacobson;Kenneth E Warner;Jeffrey Wasserman.
A randomized controlled trial of the effects of group psychological therapy on survival in women with metastatic breast cancer
A.J. Cunningham;C.V.I. Edmonds;G.P. Jenkins;H. Pollack.
Thinking, Fast and Slow? Some Field Experiments to Reduce Crime and Dropout in Chicago
Sara B. Heller;Anuj K. Shah;Jonathan Guryan;Jens Ludwig.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (2017)
Welfare reform, substance use, and mental health.
Rukmalie Jayakody;Sheldon Danziger;Harold Pollack.
Journal of Health Politics Policy and Law (2000)
Academic and Behavioral Outcomes Among the Children of Young Mothers
Judith A. Levine;Harold A. Pollack;Maureen E. Comfort.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2001)
The (Surprising) Efficacy of Academic and Behavioral Intervention with Disadvantaged Youth: Results from a Randomized Experiment in Chicago
Philip J Cook;Kenneth Dodge;George Farkas;Roland G Fryer.
National Bureau of Economic Research (2014)
Maternal smoking and adverse birth outcomes among singletons and twins.
Harold Pollack;Paula M. Lantz;John G. Frohna.
American Journal of Public Health (2000)
Changes in Methadone Treatment Practices: Results From a National Panel Study, 1988-2000
Thomas D'Aunno;Harold A. Pollack.
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