Jessica G. Burke mainly focuses on Human factors and ergonomics, Developmental psychology, Domestic violence, Occupational safety and health and Suicide prevention. Human factors and ergonomics is connected with Neighbourhood, Mental health, Social psychology, Concept map and Environmental health in her research. Her Developmental psychology study frequently links to related topics such as Transtheoretical model.
Her study in the field of Physical abuse also crosses realms of Psychiatry and Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Her work in Psychiatry covers topics such as Syndemic which are related to areas like Substance abuse and Psychological intervention. Her Census study frequently involves adjacent topics like Demography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Domestic violence, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics, Public health and Social psychology. Her study on Domestic violence is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Sexual abuse. Many of her studies on Suicide prevention apply to Injury prevention as well.
Her Community health study in the realm of Public health connects with subjects such as Context. Her study focuses on the intersection of Social psychology and fields such as Youth studies with connections in the field of Participatory action research. Her Demography study combines topics in areas such as Birth weight, Negroid and Birth certificate.
Her main research concerns Domestic violence, Suicide prevention, Family medicine, Public health and Intervention. Her work on Homicide expands to the thematically related Domestic violence. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
Her research investigates the connection between Public health and topics such as Public relations that intersect with problems in Inclusion. Jessica G. Burke combines subjects such as Clinical psychology and Dynamics with her study of Intervention. Her work in Psychiatry addresses subjects such as Poisson regression, which are connected to disciplines such as Mental health.
Jessica G. Burke mainly investigates Domestic violence, Intervention, Suicide prevention, Public health and Public relations. Her Domestic violence study spans across into subjects like Facilitator, Occupational safety and health, Medical education, Social determinants of health and Mental health. Her study in Intervention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Human services, Clinical psychology and Medical emergency.
There are a combination of areas like Thematic analysis, Social support, Coping, Community engagement and Gerontology integrated together with her Suicide prevention study. In the field of Public health, her study on Health psychology overlaps with subjects such as Context and Injury prevention. Her Participatory action research research includes themes of Developmental psychology, Socioeconomic status and Happiness.
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Disparities and access to healthy food in the United States: A review of food deserts literature
Renee E. Walker;Christopher R. Keane;Jessica G. Burke.
Health & Place (2010)
The Development of a Standardized Neighborhood Deprivation Index
Lynne C. Messer;Lynne C. Messer;Barbara A. Laraia;Jay S. Kaufman;Janet Eyster.
Journal of Urban Health-bulletin of The New York Academy of Medicine (2006)
Patient adherence to HIV medication regimens: a review of published and abstract reports
Linda Fogarty;Debra Roter;Susan Larson;Jessica Burke.
Patient Education and Counseling (2002)
An Introduction to Concept Mapping as a Participatory Public Health Research Method
Jessica G. Burke;Patricia J. O'Campo;Geri L. Peak;Andrea Carlson Gielen.
Qualitative Health Research (2005)
Neighborhood Deprivation and Preterm Birth among Non-Hispanic Black and White Women in Eight Geographic Areas in the United States
Patricia O'Campo;Patricia O'Campo;Patricia O'Campo;Jessica G. Burke;Jessica G. Burke;Jennifer Culhane;Irma T. Elo.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2007)
Women's lives after an HIV-positive diagnosis: disclosure and violence.
Andrea Carlson Gielen;Karen A. McDonnell;Jessica G. Burke;Patricia O'Campo.
Maternal and Child Health Journal (2000)
HIV/AIDS and intimate partner violence: intersecting women's health issues in the United States.
Andrea Carlson Gielen;Reem M. Ghandour;J. G.Jessica G. Burke;Patricia Mahoney.
Trauma, Violence, & Abuse (2007)
The Process of Ending Abuse in Intimate Relationships A Qualitative Exploration of the Transtheoretical Model
Jessica G. Burke;Andrea Carlson Gielen;Karen A. McDonnell;Patricia J. O'Campo.
Violence Against Women (2001)
Neighbourhoods and mental well-being: What are the pathways?
Patricia J. O'Campo;Christina Salmon;Jessica Burke;Jessica Burke.
Health & Place (2009)
Maternal and child health and neighborhood context: The selection and construction of area-level variables
Julie K. Rajaratnam;Jessica G. Burke;Patricia J. O'Campo.
Health & Place (2006)
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