Karlein M.G. Schreurs spends much of his time researching Chronic pain, Clinical psychology, Psychological intervention, Coping and Social support. His Chronic pain study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Physical therapy. His work in Physical therapy addresses issues such as Randomized controlled trial, which are connected to fields such as Intervention.
His Clinical psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nursing, Feeling and Program evaluation. In his study, Mindfulness is inextricably linked to Acceptance and commitment therapy, which falls within the broad field of Psychological intervention. The Mindfulness study combines topics in areas such as Meta-analysis and Anxiety.
Karlein M.G. Schreurs focuses on Clinical psychology, Physical therapy, Chronic pain, Acceptance and commitment therapy and Intervention. Karlein M.G. Schreurs has researched Clinical psychology in several fields, including Psychological intervention, Disease, Psychotherapist and Anxiety. His Physical therapy course of study focuses on Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Chronic fatigue syndrome.
The Pain catastrophizing research Karlein M.G. Schreurs does as part of his general Chronic pain study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Thematic analysis, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mindfulness, Self-compassion, Experiential avoidance, Mental health and Flexibility in addition to Acceptance and commitment therapy. Karlein M.G. Schreurs works mostly in the field of Intervention, limiting it down to topics relating to Randomized controlled trial and, in certain cases, Posttraumatic growth.
His primary areas of study are Chronic pain, Intervention, Physical therapy, Psychological intervention and Clinical psychology. His work on Pain Interference is typically connected to Thematic analysis, Evidence-based practice, Measurement frequency and Within person as part of general Chronic pain study, connecting several disciplines of science. His biological study deals with issues like Mental health, which deal with fields such as Randomized controlled trial.
In his work, Pain catastrophizing is strongly intertwined with Health psychology, which is a subfield of Physical therapy. In his study, Nursing and Medical education is strongly linked to eHealth, which falls under the umbrella field of Psychological intervention. His studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Age differences and Psychological resilience.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Intervention, Psychological intervention, Chronic pain, eHealth and Mental health. His Intervention research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Clinical psychology, Randomized controlled trial, Educational psychology and Anxiety. His Psychological intervention research includes elements of Curriculum, Developmental psychology, Academic achievement, Inclusion and Set.
His research on Chronic pain frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Medical education. Karlein M.G. Schreurs combines topics linked to Nursing with his work on eHealth. He interconnects Distress, Peer support, Family medicine and Consumer behaviour in the investigation of issues within Mental health.
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Acceptance-based interventions for the treatment of chronic pain: A systematic review and meta-analysis
M.M. Veehof;Maarten-Jan Oskam;Karlein Maria Gertrudis Schreurs;Ernst Thomas Bohlmeijer.
Acceptance- and mindfulness-based interventions for the treatment of chronic pain: a meta-analytic review
M.M. Veehof;H.R. Trompetter;Ernst Thomas Bohlmeijer;Karlein Maria Gertrudis Schreurs.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (2016)
Developing Interventions for Chronically Ill Patients: Is Coping a Helpful Concept?
Denise de Ridder;Karlein Schreurs.
Clinical Psychology Review (2001)
Cut-Off Points for Mild, Moderate, and Severe Pain on the Numeric Rating Scale for Pain in Patients with Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: Variability and Influence of Sex and Catastrophizing.
Anne M Boonstra;Roy E Stewart;Albère J A Köke;René F A Oosterwijk.
Frontiers in Psychology (2016)
Acceptance and commitment therapy as guided self-help for psychological distress and positive mental health: a randomized controlled trial.
M. Fledderus;Ernst Thomas Bohlmeijer;Marcel E. Pieterse;Karlein Maria Gertrudis Schreurs.
Psychological Medicine (2012)
Internet-based guided self-help intervention for chronic pain based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: A randomized controlled trial
H.R. Trompetter;Ernst Thomas Bohlmeijer;M.M. Veehof;Karlein Maria Gertrudis Schreurs.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine (2015)
Integration of coping and social support perspectives: implications for the study of adaptation to chronic diseases.
Karlein M.G. Schreurs;Denise T.D. de Ridder.
Clinical Psychology Review (1997)
Measuring values and committed action with the Engaged Living Scale (ELS): Psychometric evaluation in a nonclinical sample and a chronic pain sample
H.R. Trompetter;Peter M. ten Klooster;Karlein Maria Gertrudis Schreurs;M. Fledderus.
Psychological Assessment (2013)
Self-efficacy and overprotection are related to quality of life, psychological well-being and self-management in cardiac patients.
Katherine Joekes;Thérèse Van Elderen;Karlein Schreurs.
Journal of Health Psychology (2007)
Development, content, and process evaluation of a short self-management intervention in patients with chronic diseases requiring self-care behaviours.
Karlein M.G Schreurs;Vivian T Colland;Roeline G Kuijer;Denise T.D de Ridder.
Patient Education and Counseling (2003)
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