The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychiatry, Randomized controlled trial, Internal medicine, Placebo and Clinical trial. The study incorporates disciplines such as Odds ratio and Clinical psychology in addition to Psychiatry. His Randomized controlled trial research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Intervention, Logistic regression and Abstinence.
His Internal medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Methadone and Methadone maintenance. Kevin L. Delucchi focuses mostly in the field of Placebo, narrowing it down to matters related to Craving and, in some cases, Nicotine, Sensory cue and Anesthesia. His Clinical trial research includes themes of Generalized linear mixed model, Missing data, Acceptance and commitment therapy, Treatment-resistant depression and Cognitive therapy.
His primary areas of study are Psychiatry, Randomized controlled trial, Clinical psychology, Abstinence and Young adult. His Randomized controlled trial research is within the category of Internal medicine. His Internal medicine study which covers Placebo that intersects with Craving.
The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Neurocognitive and Cognition. His study looks at the relationship between Abstinence and topics such as Psychological intervention, which overlap with Gerontology. His Young adult study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tobacco use and Comorbidity.
Kevin L. Delucchi spends much of his time researching Randomized controlled trial, Clinical psychology, Young adult, Intervention and Hoarding disorder. His Randomized controlled trial research incorporates elements of Mental health, Collaborative Care, ARDS and Cognition. The study incorporates disciplines such as Test, Affect, Perception, Psychosocial and Social support in addition to Clinical psychology.
The Young adult study combines topics in areas such as Odds ratio, Smoking Tobacco and Abstinence. His work carried out in the field of Intervention brings together such families of science as Psychological intervention, Intervention trials, Medical education and Referral. Addiction is a primary field of his research addressed under Psychiatry.
Kevin L. Delucchi focuses on Randomized controlled trial, ARDS, Lung injury, Internal medicine and Public health. Kevin L. Delucchi has included themes like Young adult, Random forest, Clinical trial and Intervention in his Randomized controlled trial study. The Young adult study which covers Mindfulness that intersects with Cognition.
His study in ARDS is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mesenchymal stem cell, Mitochondrion and Cell biology. Internal medicine is closely attributed to Anesthesiology in his work. His Public health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Neglect, Odds and Substance abuse.
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Subphenotypes in acute respiratory distress syndrome: latent class analysis of data from two randomised controlled trials.
Carolyn S Calfee;Kevin Delucchi;Polly E Parsons;B Taylor Thompson.
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine (2014)
Using the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 to Measure Depression among Racially and Ethnically Diverse Primary Care Patients
Frederick Y. Huang;Henry Chung;Kurt Kroenke;Kevin L. Delucchi.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2006)
A meta-analysis of smoking cessation interventions with individuals in substance abuse treatment or recovery.
Judith J. Prochaska;Kevin Delucchi;Sharon M. Hall.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2004)
Sleep disturbances in the Vietnam generation: findings from a nationally representative sample of male Vietnam veterans.
Thomas C. Neylan;Charles R. Marmar;Thomas J. Metzler;Daniel S. Weiss.
American Journal of Psychiatry (1998)
Methadone maintenance vs 180-day psychosocially enriched detoxification for treatment of opioid dependence: a randomized controlled trial.
Sees Kl;Delucchi Kl;Masson C;Rosen A.
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Subphenotypes Respond Differently to Randomized Fluid Management Strategy.
Katie R. Famous;Kevin Delucchi;Lorraine B. Ware;Kirsten N. Kangelaris.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (2016)
Characteristics of emergency services personnel related to peritraumatic dissociation during critical incident exposure.
Charles R. Marmar;Daniel S. Weiss;Thomas J. Metzler;Kevin Delucchi.
American Journal of Psychiatry (1996)
Treatment with allogeneic mesenchymal stromal cells for moderate to severe acute respiratory distress syndrome (START study): a randomised phase 2a safety trial.
Michael A Matthay;Carolyn S Calfee;Hanjing Zhuo;B Taylor Thompson.
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine (2019)
Longitudinal course and predictors of continuing distress following critical incident exposure in emergency services personnel.
Charles R. Marmar;Daniel S. Weiss;Thomas J. Metzler;Kevin L. Delucchi.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1999)
Acute respiratory distress syndrome subphenotypes and differential response to simvastatin: secondary analysis of a randomised controlled trial
Carolyn S Calfee;Kevin L Delucchi;Pratik Sinha;Michael A Matthay.
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine (2018)
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