Keith Humphreys mainly focuses on Psychiatry, Substance abuse, Alcoholics Anonymous, Social support and Health care. Keith Humphreys combines topics linked to Medical prescription with his work on Psychiatry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Attendance, Friendship, Public health and Referral.
His Alcoholics Anonymous study combines topics in areas such as Alcohol treatment, Seekers and Rating scale. His studies in Social support integrate themes in fields like Longitudinal study, Anxiety, Health psychology and Coping, Clinical psychology. His studies deal with areas such as Self-help, Nursing, Public relations and Veterans Affairs as well as Health care.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychiatry, Substance abuse, Addiction, Public health and Clinical psychology. The concepts of his Psychiatry study are interwoven with issues in Health care and MEDLINE. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Family medicine and MEDLINE.
Many of his studies on Substance abuse involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Veterans Affairs. His studies link Self-help with Clinical psychology. Keith Humphreys interconnects Social psychology and Abstinence in the investigation of issues within Alcoholics Anonymous.
Psychiatry, Cannabis, MEDLINE, Psychological intervention and Family medicine are his primary areas of study. The study of Psychiatry is intertwined with the study of Clinical trial in a number of ways. His Cannabis research also works with subjects such as
His research in MEDLINE intersects with topics in Administration and Addiction treatment. Keith Humphreys has researched Psychological intervention in several fields, including Internal medicine, Abstinence, Depression and Alcohol use disorder. The Addiction study which covers Public health that intersects with Medical prescription.
His primary scientific interests are in Cannabis, Psychiatry, Medical cannabis, Opioid overdose and MEDLINE. As a part of the same scientific family, Keith Humphreys mostly works in the field of Cannabis, focusing on Legalization and, on occasion, Occupational safety and health, Human factors and ergonomics, Injury prevention and Suicide prevention. Keith Humphreys works in the field of Psychiatry, namely Addiction.
Keith Humphreys has included themes like Misinformation, Dispensary and Harm in his Medical cannabis study. His MEDLINE study incorporates themes from Methadone, Legislation, Chronic pain and Drug. As part of one scientific family, Keith Humphreys deals mainly with the area of Long acting, narrowing it down to issues related to the Mortality rate, and often Heroin, Medical prescription and Public health.
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Drug Policy and the Public Good
Thomas F. Babor;Jonathan P. Caulkins;Griffith Edwards;Benedikt Fischer.
Circles of recovery : self-help organizations for addictions
Electronic support groups for breast carcinoma: a clinical trial of effectiveness.
Morton A. Lieberman;Mitch Golant;Janine Giese-Davis;Andy Winzlenberg.
Social networks as mediators of the effect of Alcoholics Anonymous
Lee Ann Kaskutas;Jason Bond;Keith Humphreys.
Self-help organizations for alcohol and drug problems: Toward evidence-based practice and policy
Keith Humphreys;Stephen Wing;Dennis McCarty;John Chappel.
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment (2004)
Meta‐analysis of naltrexone and acamprosate for treating alcohol use disorders: when are these medications most helpful?
Natalya C. Maisel;Janet C. Blodgett;Paula L. Wilbourne;Keith Humphreys;Keith Humphreys.
Association between concurrent use of prescription opioids and benzodiazepines and overdose: retrospective analysis
Eric C Sun;Anjali Dixit;Keith Humphreys;Beth D Darnall.
Do enhanced friendship networks and active coping mediate the effect of self-help groups on substance abuse?
Keith Humphreys;Keith Humphreys;Eric S. Mankowski;Eric S. Mankowski;Rudolf H. Moos;Rudolf H. Moos;John W. Finney;John W. Finney.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (1999)
Drug policy and the public good: evidence for effective interventions
John Strang;Thomas Babor;Jonathan Caulkins;Jonathan Caulkins;Benedikt Fischer;Benedikt Fischer.
The Lancet (2012)
Social and community resources and long-term recovery from treated and untreated alcoholism.
K Humphreys;R H Moos;C Cohen.
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (1997)
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