Karen Hofman mostly deals with Environmental health, Developing country, Public health, Gerontology and Neurofibromatosis. Her research integrates issues of Body mass index, Overweight, Obesity and Injury prevention in her study of Environmental health. Karen Hofman has included themes like Private sector, Development economics and Acute care in her Developing country study.
The various areas that Karen Hofman examines in her Development economics study include Cause of death and Health policy. Her Public health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Response rate and Non-response bias. Her research investigates the connection between Gerontology and topics such as Disease that intersect with problems in Categorical grant and Global health.
Karen Hofman mainly investigates Environmental health, Public health, Psychological intervention, Economic growth and Health care. Her work carried out in the field of Environmental health brings together such families of science as Epidemiology, Obesity, Disease and Gerontology. Her study ties her expertise on Weight management together with the subject of Gerontology.
She combines subjects such as Developing country, Occupational safety and health, Socioeconomics and Economic evaluation with her study of Psychological intervention. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Per capita and Pediatrics. Her Health policy study incorporates themes from Health education, Public relations and Health promotion.
Her primary areas of study are Environmental health, Public health, Sugar, Focus group and Development economics. The Environmental health study combines topics in areas such as Obesity and Vaccination. Her studies in Public health integrate themes in fields like Economic growth, Psychological intervention and Coronavirus disease 2019.
Karen Hofman interconnects Global health and Health services research in the investigation of issues within Psychological intervention. Her Focus group research includes elements of Public participation, Public relations, Public engagement and Qualitative research. Her Development economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fiscal policy, Urbanization and Malnutrition.
Karen Hofman mainly investigates Development economics, Consumption, Socioeconomics, Environmental health and Public health. Her Noncommunicable disease research extends to Development economics, which is thematically connected. The various areas that Karen Hofman examines in her Socioeconomics study include Productivity, Poverty, Tax revenue and Socioeconomic status.
Her studies examine the connections between Socioeconomic status and genetics, as well as such issues in Disease burden, with regards to Child health services, Coronavirus disease 2019, Burden of disease, Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and Health economics. She undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Environmental health and Public sector through her works. Her research combines Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Public health.
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The global burden of chronic diseases: overcoming impediments to prevention and control.
Derek Yach;Corinna Hawkes;C. Linn Gould;Karen J. Hofman.
Alleviating the access abyss in palliative care and pain relief—an imperative of universal health coverage: the Lancet Commission report
Felicia Marie Knaul;Paul E Farmer;Eric L Krakauer;Eric L Krakauer;Liliana De Lima.
The Lancet (2017)
Addressing the growing burden of trauma and injury in low- and middle-income countries
Karen Hofman;Aron Primack;Gerald Keusch;Sharon Hrynkow.
American Journal of Public Health (2005)
Public health. Implementation science.
Temina Madon;Karen J Hofman;Linda Kupfer;Roger I Glass.
Evidence that a tax on sugar sweetened beverages reduces the obesity rate: a meta-analysis
Maria A Cabrera Escobar;J Lennert Veerman;Stephen M Tollman;Melanie Y Bertram.
BMC Public Health (2013)
Physicians' knowledge of genetics and genetic tests.
Karen J. Hofman;Ellen S. Tambor;Gary A. Chase;Gail Geller.
Academic Medicine (1993)
Neurofibromatosis type 1: The cognitive phenotype
Karen J. Hofman;Emily L. Harris;R. Nick Bryan;Martha B. Denckla.
The Journal of Pediatrics (1994)
The global burden of chronic diseases.
Yach D;Hawkes C;Gould L;Hofman Kj.
A novel disease with deficiency of mitochondrial very-long-chain Acyl-CoA dehydrogenase
Toshifumi Aoyama;Yasushi Uchida;Richard I. Kelley;Michael Marble.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (1993)
Offering cystic fibrosis carrier screening to an HMO population: factors associated with utilization.
Ellen S. Tambor;Barbara A. Bernhardt;Gary A. Chase;Ruth R. Faden.
American Journal of Human Genetics (1994)
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