Her research in Meaning-making tackles topics such as Psychotherapist which are related to areas like Meaning (existential). Heidi Hjelmeland combines topics linked to Psychotherapist with her work on Meaning (existential). Heidi Hjelmeland works mostly in the field of Young adult, limiting it down to topics relating to Developmental psychology and, in certain cases, Impulsivity, as a part of the same area of interest. Much of her study explores Impulsivity relationship to Clinical psychology. In her works, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Clinical psychology and Meaning-making. Heidi Hjelmeland works mostly in the field of Feeling, limiting it down to topics relating to Social psychology and, in certain cases, Harm. She regularly links together related areas like Social psychology in her Harm studies. As part of her studies on Poison control, Heidi Hjelmeland frequently links adjacent subjects like Suicide prevention. Heidi Hjelmeland combines Suicide prevention and Suicidology in her research.
Many of her studies on Poison control apply to Suicidology as well. Many of her studies on Suicidology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Poison control. Heidi Hjelmeland performs integrative study on Suicide prevention and Suicide methods in her works. Suicide methods is closely attributed to Suicide rates in her study. Her Suicide rates study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Medical emergency. Her research ties Injury prevention and Medical emergency together. Heidi Hjelmeland integrates Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health in her studies. Occupational safety and health is closely attributed to Pathology in her work. By researching both Pathology and Psychiatry, she produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
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Why We Need Qualitative Research in Suicidology
Heidi Hjelmeland;Birthe Loa Knizek.
Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior (2010)
Attempted and completed suicide in older subjects: results from the WHO/EURO multicentre study of suicidal behaviour
Diego De Leo;Walter Padoani;Paolo Scocco;David Lie;David Lie.
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry (2001)
Why People Engage in Parasuicide: A Cross-Cultural Study of Intentions
Heidi Hjelmeland;Keith Hawton;Hilmar Nordvik;Unni Bille-Brahe.
Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior (2002)
Repetition of attempted suicide among teenagers in Europe: frequency, timing and risk factors.
A. Hultén;Guo-Xin Jiang;Danuta Wasserman;Keith E. Hawton.
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (2001)
Psychological Autopsy Studies as Diagnostic Tools: Are They Methodologically Flawed?.
Heidi Hjelmeland;Gudrun Dieserud;Kari Dyregrov;Birthe L. Knizek.
Death Studies (2012)
Suicide rates in the world: Update.
A. Schmidtke;B. Weinacker;A. Apter;A. Batt.
Archives of Suicide Research (1999)
Suicidal behaviour across the African continent: a review of the literature
Becky Mars;Stephanie Burrows;Heidi Hjelmeland;David Gunnell.
BMC Public Health (2014)
Self-reported suicidal behavior and attitudes toward suicide and suicide prevention among psychology students in Ghana, Uganda, and Norway.
Heidi Hjelmeland;Charity Sylvia Akotia;Vicki Owens;Birthe Loa Knizek.
Crisis-the Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention (2008)
Problem solving ability and repetition of deliberate self-harm: a multicentre study.
Carmel McAULIFFE;Paul Corcoran;Helen S. Keeley;Ella Arensman.
Psychological Medicine (2005)
Suicide and mental disorders: A discourse of politics, power, and vested interests.
Heidi Marie Hjelmeland;Birthe Loa Knizek.
Death Studies (2017)
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