2022 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in South Africa Leader Award
His main research concerns Mental health, Health care, Public health, Psychiatry and Developing country. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychological intervention, Social psychology, Psychosocial, Grey literature and Social environment. His work carried out in the field of Health care brings together such families of science as Context, Nursing, Qualitative research, Focus group and Politics.
His specific area of interest is Public health, where Leslie Swartz studies Health policy. His Psychiatry research incorporates elements of Anthropology, Clinical psychology and Xhosa. His Developing country research incorporates themes from MEDLINE, Environmental health, Demography, Bibliometrics and Socioeconomic status.
His primary areas of investigation include Mental health, Psychiatry, Health care, Context and Nursing. The concepts of his Mental health study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Public health, Health policy, Developing country and Poverty. Leslie Swartz has included themes like Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Social environment in his Public health study.
In his study, Anxiety is inextricably linked to Clinical psychology, which falls within the broad field of Psychiatry. His study ties his expertise on Gerontology together with the subject of Health care. His work deals with themes such as Social psychology and Public relations, which intersect with Context.
Leslie Swartz mostly deals with Context, Qualitative research, Health care, Nursing and Mental health. His Context research incorporates elements of Identity, Cultural diversity, Government, Ethics of care and Thematic analysis. His research investigates the connection between Qualitative research and topics such as Intellectual disability that intersect with problems in Stigma, Poverty, Intervention and Gerontology.
His work on Social psychology expands to the thematically related Health care. His research in Nursing intersects with topics in Spiritual care, Service and Language barrier. Leslie Swartz incorporates Mental health and Faith healing in his studies.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Health care, Mental health, Faith, Family medicine and Context. His Health care research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nursing, Intervention, Traditional knowledge and Attribution. His work on Neglect as part of general Nursing study is frequently linked to Preference, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His study on Mental health is covered under Psychiatry. His Family medicine study incorporates themes from Healthcare workforce, Explanatory model, MEDLINE and Politics. Leslie Swartz has researched Context in several fields, including Social phenomenon, Health education, Hiv incidence and Set.
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Poverty and common mental disorders in low and middle income countries: A systematic review
Crick Lund;Alison Breen;Alan J. Flisher;Ritsuko Kakuma.
Social Science & Medicine (2010)
Scaling up mHealth: where is the evidence?
Mark Tomlinson;Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus;Leslie Swartz;Alexander C. Tsai.
PLOS Medicine (2013)
Post-partum depression and the mother-infant relationship in a South African peri-urban settlement
Peter J. Cooper;Mark Tomlinson;Leslie Swartz;Matthew Woolgar.
British Journal of Psychiatry (1999)
Culture and Mental Health: A Southern African View
Improving quality of mother-infant relationship and infant attachment in socioeconomically deprived community in South Africa : randomised controlled trial
Peter J Cooper;Mark Tomlinson;Leslie Swartz;Mireille Landman.
Psychology: an introduction
L. Swartz;C. De la Rey;N. Duncan.
Impact of a mother-infant intervention in an indigent peri-urban South African context: pilot study.
Peter J. Cooper;Mireille Landman;Mark Tomlinson;Christopher Molteno.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2002)
Structural barriers to ART adherence in Southern Africa: Challenges and potential ways forward
Kagee A;Remien Rh;Berkman A;Hoffman S.
Global Public Health (2011)
Mental health in elite athletes: International Olympic Committee consensus statement (2019).
Claudia L Reardon;Brian Hainline;Cindy Miller Aron;David Baron.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2019)
Setting priorities for global mental health research.
Mark Tomlinson;Igor Rudan;Shekhar Saxena;Leslie Swartz.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2009)
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