Her primary scientific interests are in Psychiatry, Mental health, Public health, Service and Eating disorders. Her studies deal with areas such as Clinical psychology and Referral as well as Psychiatry. Her study in Mental health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Actuarial science, Health care and Social environment.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mental health service, El Niño and Developmental psychology. As a part of the same scientific family, Jennifer Beecham mostly works in the field of Service, focusing on Quality and, on occasion, Scale, Intellectual disability and Gerontology. Her study in the field of Bulimia nervosa is also linked to topics like Eating disorder not otherwise specified.
Her primary areas of study are Psychiatry, Mental health, Nursing, Service and Gerontology. She combines topics linked to Clinical psychology with her work on Psychiatry. Her Mental health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Health care, Public health and Social environment.
Her Quality of life study in the realm of Nursing connects with subjects such as Total cost and Social Welfare. Her work in Service addresses subjects such as Challenging behaviour, which are connected to disciplines such as Quality. The concepts of her Intervention study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention and Conduct disorder.
Jennifer Beecham focuses on Psychiatry, Mental health, Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology and Nursing. Jennifer Beecham has included themes like Prison and Caregiver burden in her Psychiatry study. Her research in Mental health intersects with topics in Pastoral care and Anxiety.
Jennifer Beecham interconnects Cost database, Physical therapy and Family medicine in the investigation of issues within Psychological intervention. The various areas that Jennifer Beecham examines in her Clinical psychology study include Developmental psychology and Autism. The Nursing study which covers Intellectual disability that intersects with Gerontology.
Jennifer Beecham spends much of her time researching Psychiatry, Mental health, Intervention, Psychological intervention and Clinical psychology. Her Psychiatry study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Gerontology. Her Mental health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nursing, Clinical supervision, Pastoral care, Audit and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Jennifer Beecham combines subjects such as Developmental psychology and Quality of life with her study of Intervention. The Psychological intervention study combines topics in areas such as Disadvantaged, Learning disability, Family medicine and Self-efficacy. Her work carried out in the field of Clinical psychology brings together such families of science as Goal orientation, Prison, Depression and Competence.
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Costing psychiatric interventions.
Jennifer Beecham;Martin R J. Knapp.
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Family Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy Guided Self-Care for Adolescents With Bulimia Nervosa and Related Disorders
Ulrike Schmidt;Sally Lee;Jennifer Beecham;Sarah Perkins.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2007)
Cost effectiveness of telehealth for patients with long term conditions (Whole Systems Demonstrator telehealth questionnaire study): nested economic evaluation in a pragmatic, cluster randomised controlled trial
Catherine Henderson;Martin Knapp;Martin Knapp;José Luis Fernández;Jennifer Beecham.
Economic cost of autism in the UK
Martin R J. Knapp;Renee Romeo;Jennifer Beecham.
Mental health and social exclusion: economic aspects, report to the Social Exclusion Unit at the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
Claire Curran;Martin Knapp;Jennifer Beecham.
The economic impact of chronic pain in adolescence: methodological considerations and a preliminary costs-of-illness study.
Michelle Sleed;Christopher Eccleston;Jennifer Beecham;Martin R J. Knapp.
The Social Networks of People with Intellectual Disability Living in the Community 12 Years after Resettlement from Long-Stay Hospitals
Rachel Forrester-Jones;John Carpenter;Pauline Coolen-Schrijner;Paul Cambridge.
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities (2005)
Care in the Community: Challenge and Demonstration
Martin R J. Knapp;Paul Cambridge;Corinne Thomason;Jennifer Beecham.
Deinstitutionalisation and community living – outcomes and costs: report of a European Study. Volume 2: main report
Jim Mansell;Martin Knapp;Julie Beadle-Brown;Jennifer Beecham.
Service use and costs of home-based versus hospital-based care for people with serious mental illness
M Knapp;J Beecham;V Koutsogeorgopoulou;A Hallam.
British Journal of Psychiatry (1994)
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