His scientific interests lie mostly in Medical education, Family medicine, Public health, Gerontology and Infertility. His Medical education research includes themes of Quality and Physical examination. In his study, Psychiatry is strongly linked to House staff, which falls under the umbrella field of Quality.
The various areas that John F. Wilson examines in his Family medicine study include Literacy and Attitude change. His study in Public health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stigma, Health literacy, Medical psychology and Blame. His studies in Gerontology integrate themes in fields like Age differences, Cronbach's alpha, Predictive validity, Test score and Age and gender.
Family medicine, Medical education, Nursing, Internal medicine and Patient satisfaction are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Likert scale, Patient care, Curriculum and Clinic visit. His research on Medical education often connects related areas such as Quality.
When carried out as part of a general Nursing research project, his work on Public health is frequently linked to work in Domestic violence, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His work on Gerontology expands to the thematically related Public health. The study incorporates disciplines such as Gastroenterology and Endocrinology in addition to Internal medicine.
John F. Wilson spends much of his time researching Family medicine, Curriculum, Patient satisfaction, Medical education and Nursing. His Family medicine research incorporates themes from Likert scale, Patient care and Teaching Rounds. His study looks at the relationship between Patient satisfaction and topics such as Clinic visit, which overlap with One Hundred Fifty and Independent predictor.
His work in Medical education addresses subjects such as Educational measurement, which are connected to disciplines such as Learning environment and Value. John F. Wilson interconnects Resuscitation and Hospitalized patients in the investigation of issues within Nursing. The Life sustaining treatment study combines topics in areas such as Gerontology, Public health and End-of-life care.
John F. Wilson mostly deals with Nursing, Family medicine, Pediatrics, Patient satisfaction and Resuscitation. His work on Advance care planning as part of general Nursing study is frequently linked to Checklist, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research integrates issues of Life sustaining treatment, Life Support Care and Public health in his study of Advance care planning.
John F. Wilson applies his multidisciplinary studies on Family medicine and HIV counseling in his research. His Patient satisfaction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Resident physician, Physician patient relationship and Clinic visit. His Resuscitation research includes elements of Affect, Conversation and Perception.
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A shortened instrument for literacy screening.
Pat F. Bass;John F. Wilson;Charles H. Griffith.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2003)
PSYCHOMETRICS FOR TWO SHORT FORMS OF THE CENTER FOR EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES± DEPRESSION SCALE
Janet S. Carpenter;Michael A. Andrykowski;John Wilson;Lynne A. Hall.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing (1998)
Residents' ability to identify patients with poor literacy skills.
Pat F. Bass;John F. Wilson;Charles H. Griffith;Don R. Barnett.
Academic Medicine (2002)
Psychological functioning across stages of treatment for infertility.
Barbara J. Berg;John F. Wilson.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine (1991)
Behavioral preparation for surgery: Benefit or harm?
John F. Wilson.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine (1981)
House Staff Nonverbal Communication Skills and Standardized Patient Satisfaction
Charles H. Griffith;John F. Wilson;Shelby Langer;Steven A. Haist.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2003)
Obesity stigma reduction in medical students.
H. J. C. Wiese;J. F. Wilson;R. A. Jones;M. Neises.
International Journal of Obesity (1992)
CPAP compliance: video education may help!
H. Jean Wiese;Carl Boethel;Barbara Phillips;John F. Wilson.
Sleep Medicine (2005)
Psychological sequelae of infertility treatment: the role of gender and sex-role identification.
Barbara J. Berg;John F. Wilson;Paul J. Weingartner.
Social Science & Medicine (1991)
The Loss of Student Idealism in the 3rd-Year Clinical Clerkships:
Charles H. Griffith;John F. Wilson.
Evaluation & the Health Professions (2001)
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