Mental health, Parent training, Psychiatry, Psychological intervention and Clinical psychology are her primary areas of study. Jane Barlow works mostly in the field of Mental health, limiting it down to topics relating to Meta-analysis and, in certain cases, Child development and Psychosocial. Her Parent training research includes themes of Group psychotherapy and Critical appraisal.
Her study in the fields of Neglect and Intervention under the domain of Psychiatry overlaps with other disciplines such as Child abuse. Her Psychological intervention research integrates issues from Inclusion and Randomized controlled trial. Her specific area of interest is Clinical psychology, where Jane Barlow studies Anger.
Her primary areas of investigation include Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Nursing, Mental health and Psychological intervention. Many of her studies on Psychiatry apply to Randomized controlled trial as well. Her research in Clinical psychology intersects with topics in Psychosocial, Psychotherapist, Parent training, Anxiety and Meta-analysis.
Her work on Intervention and Public health as part of general Nursing research is frequently linked to Context and Social work, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her Developmental psychology research extends to the thematically linked field of Mental health. Her research in Psychological intervention tackles topics such as Neglect which are related to areas like Child protection.
Jane Barlow spends much of her time researching Clinical psychology, Mental health, Intervention, Psychiatry and Occupational safety and health. The various areas that Jane Barlow examines in her Clinical psychology study include Meta-analysis, Reliability, Relative risk and Cognitive development. Her studies in Mental health integrate themes in fields like Empathy and Autism.
Her Intervention study combines topics in areas such as Sleeping difficulties, Psychopathology, Personality and Crying. Her work in the fields of Psychiatry, such as Mental illness, Parenting interventions and Schizophrenia, overlaps with other areas such as Child sexual abuse and Sexual abuse. Her work on CINAHL as part of general Psychological intervention research is frequently linked to Government, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Jane Barlow mainly investigates Clinical psychology, Occupational safety and health, Injury prevention, Public health and Human factors and ergonomics. Her work carried out in the field of Clinical psychology brings together such families of science as Meta-analysis, Anxiety and Child development. Jane Barlow performs integrative Injury prevention and Social work research in her work.
Her work deals with themes such as Mental health, Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire and Cohort, which intersect with Public health. Her work in Human factors and ergonomics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Suicide prevention. There are a combination of areas like Psychiatry, Randomized controlled trial, Treatment as usual, Economic evaluation and Emotional regulation integrated together with her Child abuse study.
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Interventions to Prevent Child Maltreatment and Associated Impairment
Harriet L MacMillan;C Nadine Wathen;Jane Barlow;David M Fergusson.
The Lancet (2009)
A systematic review of universal approaches to mental health promotion in schools
Jane Wells;Jane Barlow;Sarah Stewart‐Brown.
Health Education (2003)
Group-based parent-training programmes for improving emotional and behavioural adjustment in children from birth to three years old
Jane Barlow;Nadja Smailagic;Michael Ferriter;Cathy Bennett.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2010)
The clinical effectiveness of different parenting programmes for children with conduct problems: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials
Janine Dretzke;Clare Davenport;Emma Frew;Jane Barlow.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health (2009)
Parent-training programmes for improving maternal psychosocial health.
Jane Barlow;Esther Coren.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2005)
Behavior problems and group-based parent education programs.
Jane Barlow;Sarah Stewart-Brown.
Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (2000)
Parenting programmes: a systematic review and synthesis of qualitative research.
G. A. Kane;V. A. Wood;Jane Barlow.
Child Care Health and Development (2007)
Do Evidence-Based Interventions Work When Tested in the “Real World?” A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Parent Management Training for the Treatment of Child Disruptive Behavior
Daniel Michelson;Clare Davenport;Janine Dretzke;Jane Barlow.
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review (2013)
The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of parent training/education programmes for the treatment of conduct disorder, including oppositional defiant disorder, in children
J. Dretzke;E. Frew;C. Davenport;Jane Barlow.
Health Technology Assessment (2005)
Meta-analysis of the effectiveness of parenting programmes in improving maternal psychosocial health.
Jane Barlow;Esther Coren;Sarah Stewart-Brown.
British Journal of General Practice (2002)
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