2011 - Distinguished Career Award for the Practice of Sociology, American Sociological Association
His main research concerns Psychiatry, Mental health, Suicide prevention, Mental illness and Occupational safety and health. His study in Psychiatry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Prison, MEDLINE and Clinical psychology. His Mental health study combines topics in areas such as Criminal justice, Law enforcement, Forensic psychiatry and Public health.
His Criminal justice research incorporates themes from Legal psychology, Psychopathology and Outpatient commitment. His research investigates the connection with Suicide prevention and areas like Injury prevention which intersect with concerns in Human factors and ergonomics. His biological study deals with issues like Risk assessment, which deal with fields such as Mental health law.
His primary scientific interests are in Psychiatry, Mental health, Suicide prevention, Occupational safety and health and Injury prevention. The study incorporates disciplines such as Prison and Clinical psychology in addition to Psychiatry. His work deals with themes such as Criminal justice, Law, Forensic psychiatry and Public health, which intersect with Mental health.
His research brings together the fields of Substance abuse and Public health. Henry J. Steadman interconnects Risk assessment and Medical emergency in the investigation of issues within Occupational safety and health. In his research on the topic of Insanity, Insanity defense, State and Social psychology is strongly related with Criminology.
Henry J. Steadman mainly focuses on Psychiatry, Mental health, Mental illness, Criminal justice and Suicide prevention. His Clinical psychology research extends to Psychiatry, which is thematically connected. His Mental health study incorporates themes from Ambulatory care, Emergency medicine, Health insurance, Social environment and Substance use.
His research investigates the connection between Mental illness and topics such as Public health that intersect with issues in Forensic psychiatry, Court order and Depression. In Suicide prevention, Henry J. Steadman works on issues like Human factors and ergonomics, which are connected to Injury prevention. His Occupational safety and health research incorporates elements of Mental disorder diagnosis, Bipolar disorder and Juvenile court.
Henry J. Steadman focuses on Mental health, Psychiatry, Mental illness, Public health and Criminal justice. When carried out as part of a general Mental health research project, his work on Mental health court is frequently linked to work in Suicide prevention, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His study in the fields of Recidivism and Bipolar disorder under the domain of Psychiatry overlaps with other disciplines such as Schizophreniform disorder, Supported employment and Fidelity.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Not Otherwise Specified, Prevalence of mental disorders and Clinical psychology. His Public health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Court order, Forensic psychiatry and Medicaid. The concepts of his Criminal justice study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Justice and Assertive community treatment.
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Rethinking Risk Assessment: The MacArthur Study of Mental Disorder and Violence
John Monahan;Henry J. Steadman;Eric Silver;Paul S. Appelbaum.
Violence by people discharged from acute psychiatric inpatient facilities and by others in the same neighborhoods.
Henry J. Steadman;Edward P. Mulvey;John Monahan;Pamela Clark Robbins.
Archives of General Psychiatry (1998)
Prevalence of Serious Mental Illness Among Jail Inmates
Henry J. Steadman;Fred C. Osher;B.A. Pamela Clark Robbins;B.A. Brian Case.
Psychiatric Services (2009)
Violence and mental disorder: Developments in risk assessment.
John Monahan;Henry J. Steadman.
A classification tree approach to the development of actuarial violence risk assessment tools.
Henry J. Steadman;Eric Silver;John Monahan;Paul S. Appelbaum.
Law and Human Behavior (2000)
Developing a clinically useful actuarial tool for assessing violence risk
John Monahan;Henry J. Steadman;Paul S. Appelbaum;Pamela Clark Robbins.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2000)
Situational Factors in Disputes Leading to Criminal Violence
Richard B. Felson;Henry J. Steadman.
Comparing outcomes of major models of police responses to mental health emergencies.
Henry J. Steadman;Martha Williams Deane;Randy Borum;Joseph P. Morrissey.
Psychiatric Services (2000)
Assessing the New York City Involuntary Outpatient Commitment Pilot Program
Henry J. Steadman;Kostas Gounis;Deborah Dennis;Kim Hopper.
Psychiatric Services (2001)
An actuarial model of violence risk assessment for persons with mental disorders
John Monahan;Henry J. Steadman;Pamela Clark Robbins;Paul Appelbaum.
Psychiatric Services (2005)
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