Her study looks at the relationship between Distress and topics such as Clinical psychology, which overlap with Coping (psychology) and Stressor. She regularly ties together related areas like Clinical psychology in her Stressor studies. Within one scientific family, Kavita Vedhara focuses on topics pertaining to MEDLINE under PsycINFO, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Law. As part of her studies on Law, Kavita Vedhara often connects relevant subjects like MEDLINE. Her work in the fields of Qualitative research, such as Social science, overlaps with other areas such as Family medicine. She combines Social science and Qualitative research in her studies. Kavita Vedhara integrates many fields, such as Anxiety and engineering, in her works. Kavita Vedhara undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Mental health and Anxiety in her work. Internal medicine and Prospective cohort study are frequently intertwined in her study.
In the field of Psychiatry Kavita Vedhara connects related research areas like Anxiety, Psychosocial, Psychological intervention, Mood, Intervention (counseling) and Mental health. She links relevant scientific disciplines such as Mood and Distress in the realm of Clinical psychology. Her Internal medicine study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Cancer. Kavita Vedhara combines topics linked to Internal medicine with her work on Cancer. Kavita Vedhara performs integrative study on Pathology and Disease. Kavita Vedhara applies her multidisciplinary studies on Disease and Pathology in her research. In her articles, she combines various disciplines, including Social psychology and Clinical psychology. While working on this project, Kavita Vedhara studies both Physical therapy and Nursing. By researching both Nursing and Physical therapy, Kavita Vedhara produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
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Psychological well-being in patients on 'adequate' doses of l-thyroxine: results of a large, controlled community-based questionnaire study.
P. Saravanan;W.-F. Chau;N. Roberts;K. Vedhara.
Clinical Endocrinology (2002)
Acute stress, memory, attention and cortisol.
K Vedhara;J Hyde;I.D Gilchrist;M Tytherleigh.
Psychological stress and wound healing in humans: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Jessica Walburn;Kavita Vedhara;Matthew Hankins;Lorna Rixon.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (2009)
Chronic stress in caregivers of dementia patients is associated with reduced lymphocyte sensitivity to glucocorticoids.
Moisés E Bauer;Kavita Vedhara;Paula Perks;Gordon K Wilcock.
Journal of Neuroimmunology (2000)
Mixed Treatment Comparison Meta-Analysis of Complex Interventions: Psychological Interventions in Coronary Heart Disease
Nicky J Welton;Deborah M Caldwell;E Adamopoulos;K Vedhara.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2009)
Mental health in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic: cross-sectional analyses from a community cohort study.
Ru Jia;Kieran Ayling;Trudie Chalder;Adam Massey.
BMJ Open (2020)
Adverse psychosocial factors predict poorer prognosis in HIV disease: a meta-analytic review of prospective investigations.
Yoichi Chida;Kavita Vedhara.
Brain Behavior and Immunity (2009)
A systematic review of psychosocial factors associated with emotional adjustment in in vitro fertilization patients
Helen E Rockliff;Stafford L Lightman;Emily Rhidian;Heather Buchanan.
Human Reproduction Update (2014)
The role of disclosure in coping with HIV infection
R Holt;P Court;K Vedhara;K H Nott.
Aids Care-psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of Aids/hiv (1998)
Psychosocial and clinical determinants of compliance with occlusion therapy for amblyopic children.
A Searle;P Norman;R Harrad;K Vedhara.
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