His primary areas of investigation include Suicide prevention, Psychiatry, Injury prevention, Clinical psychology and Suicidal ideation. Kees van Heeringen is studying Psychological intervention, which is a component of Psychiatry. His Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Meta-analysis, Randomized controlled trial and Prolonged grief disorder.
Injury prevention is connected with Harm, Social environment, Mental health, Pediatrics and Occupational safety and health in his study. He has researched Mental health in several fields, including Feeling, Social psychology, Sexual orientation and Meaning. His Impulsivity study in the realm of Clinical psychology connects with subjects such as Suicide attempt and Diathesis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Suicide prevention, Psychiatry, Injury prevention, Clinical psychology and Occupational safety and health. His Suicide prevention study frequently involves adjacent topics like Human factors and ergonomics. His Depression, Psychological intervention and Anxiety study, which is part of a larger body of work in Psychiatry, is frequently linked to Suicidal ideation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
In his study, Anesthesia is inextricably linked to Transcranial magnetic stimulation, which falls within the broad field of Depression. The various areas that Kees van Heeringen examines in his Psychological intervention study include Meta-analysis and Systematic review. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Neuroimaging under Clinical psychology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Borderline personality disorder.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Depression, Suicide prevention, Suicidal behavior, Psychiatry and Suicidal ideation. His Depression research incorporates themes from Internal medicine and Neurostimulation. A majority of his Suicide prevention research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Life events, Popular belief, Neuroscience, Causality and Social psychology.
His research integrates issues of Systematic review and Randomized controlled trial in his study of Psychiatry. His Randomized controlled trial research includes elements of Psychotherapist, Dialectical behavior therapy, Clinical trial and PsycINFO. His studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Biomarker, Predictive value and Neuropsychology.
Kees van Heeringen spends much of his time researching Randomized controlled trial, Suicidal ideation, Depression, Odds ratio and Self-help. Throughout his Suicidal ideation studies, Kees van Heeringen incorporates elements of other sciences such as Cardiology, Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Internal medicine, Beck Depression Inventory and Major depressive disorder. Kees van Heeringen performs multidisciplinary study on Depression and Perfusion scanning in his works.
His research in Odds ratio intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Clinical trial and Psychotherapist, Psychosocial. Psychological intervention and Blinding are frequently intertwined in his study. Anxiety, Psychiatry, Intervention and Population are fields of study that intersect with his Self-help research.
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The International Handbook of Suicide and Attempted Suicide
Keith Hawton;Kees van Heeringen.
Suicide prevention strategies revisited: 10-year systematic review
Gil Zalsman;Gil Zalsman;Keith Hawton;Danuta Wasserman;Kees van Heeringen.
The Lancet Psychiatry (2016)
Deliberate self-harm within an international community sample of young people: Comparative findings from the Child & Adolescent Self-harm in Europe (CASE) Study.
Nicola Madge;Allyson Hewitt;Keith E. Hawton;Erik Jan de Wilde.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2008)
The neurobiology of suicide
Kees van Heeringen;J John Mann.
The Lancet Psychiatry (2014)
Psychological characteristics, stressful life events and deliberate self-harm: findings from the Child & Adolescent Self-harm in Europe (CASE) Study.
Nicola Madge;Keith E. Hawton;Elaine M. McMahon;Paul Corcoran.
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (2011)
The prevention and treatment of complicated grief: a meta-analysis.
Ciska Wittouck;Sara Van Autreve;Eva De Jaegere;Gwendolyn Portzky.
Clinical Psychology Review (2011)
Suicide mortality in the European Union.
Christopher Birt;Unni Bille‐Brahe;Madelena Cabecadas;Parveen Chishti.
European Journal of Public Health (2003)
Why People Engage in Parasuicide: A Cross‐Cultural Study of Intentions
Heidi Hjelmeland;Keith Hawton;Hilmar Nordvik;Unni Bille-Brahe.
Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior (2002)
Interventions for self‐harm in children and adolescents
Keith Hawton;Katrina G. Witt;Tatiana L. Taylor Salisbury;Ella Arensman.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2015)
Psychosocial interventions following self-harm in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Keith Hawton;Katrina G Witt;Tatiana L Taylor Salisbury;Tatiana L Taylor Salisbury;Ella Arensman.
The Lancet Psychiatry (2016)
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