In her work, Jennifer L. Kelsey performs multidisciplinary research in Internal medicine and Family medicine. In her study, she carries out multidisciplinary Family medicine and Internal medicine research. Jennifer L. Kelsey undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Epidemiology and Public health through her research. Jennifer L. Kelsey undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Public health and Epidemiology in her work. Much of her study explores Injury prevention relationship to Poison control. Her studies link Injury prevention with Poison control. She frequently studies issues relating to Population and Environmental health. Her research on Population frequently links to adjacent areas such as National Health Interview Survey. Her work in National Health Interview Survey is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Environmental health.
Relative risk and Quartile are the two main areas of interest in her Confidence interval studies. Borrowing concepts from Confidence interval, she weaves in ideas under Relative risk. Her research on Internal medicine frequently links to adjacent areas such as Menopause. By researching both Epidemiology and Risk factor, Jennifer L. Kelsey produces research that crosses academic boundaries. She integrates Risk factor and Epidemiology in her studies. Environmental health is closely attributed to Population in her research. Her Environmental health research extends to the thematically linked field of Population. Jennifer L. Kelsey undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Osteoporosis and Hip fracture in her work. Her work often combines Hip fracture and Osteoporosis studies.
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EPIDEMIOLOGY OF OSTEOPOROSIS AND OSTEOPOROTIC FRACTURES
Steven R. Cummings;Jennifer L. Kelsey;Michael C. Nevitt;Kenneth J. O'dowd.
Epidemiologic Reviews (1985)
Reproductive Factors and Breast Cancer
Jennifer L. Kelsey;Marilie D. Gammon;Esther M. John.
Epidemiologic Reviews (1993)
THE MEASUREMENT OF SOCIAL CLASS IN EPIDEMIOLOGY
Penny Liberatos;Bruce G. Link;Jennifer L. Kelsey.
Epidemiologic Reviews (1988)
Risk factors for falls as a cause of hip fracture in women
Jeane Ann Grisso;Jennifer L. Kelsey;Brian L. Strom;Grace Y. Chiu.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1991)
Relation of Demographic and Lifestyle Factors to Symptoms in a Multi-Racial/Ethnic Population of Women 40–55 Years of Age
Ellen B. Gold;Barbara Sternfeld;Jennifer L. Kelsey;Charlotte Brown.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2000)
SWAN: A Multicenter, Multiethnic, Community-Based Cohort Study of Women and the Menopausal Transition
Mary Fran R. Sowers;Sybil L. Crawford;Barbara Sternfeld;David Morganstein.
Menopause#R##N#Biology and Pathobiology (2000)
Risk Factors for Fractures of the Distal Forearm and Proximal Humerus
Jennifer L. Kelsey;Warren S. Browner;Dana G. Seeley;Michael C. Nevitt.
American Journal of Epidemiology (1992)
Epidemiology and impact of low-back pain
J L Kelsey;A A White rd.
A REVIEW OF THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HUMAN BREAST CANCER
Jennifer L. Kelsey.
Epidemiologic Reviews (1979)
An epidemiologic study of lifting and twisting on the job and risk for acute prolapsed lumbar intervertebral disc
Jennifer L. Kelsey;Jennifer L. Kelsey;Penny B. Githens;Augustus A. White;Theodore R. Holford.
Journal of Orthopaedic Research (1984)
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