Her primary scientific interests are in Palliative care, Psychiatry, Family medicine, Dignity and Distress. Her Palliative care research incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Gerontology, Public health and Quality of life. The study incorporates disciplines such as Randomized controlled trial and Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in addition to Psychological intervention.
Her research investigates the connection between Psychiatry and topics such as Validity that intersect with issues in Cronbach's alpha, Content validity, Construct validity and Internal consistency. Her Family medicine research includes elements of Cancer, Palliative cancer care, Family functioning and Health education. Her work deals with themes such as Prolonged grief disorder, Complicated grief, Interpersonal relationship and Psychiatric history, which intersect with Distress.
Linda J. Kristjanson mostly deals with Palliative care, Nursing, Family medicine, Distress and Psychiatry. Linda J. Kristjanson combines subjects such as Psychosocial, Psychological intervention and Quality of life with her study of Palliative care. Her Nursing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social support and Health professionals.
Her work in Family medicine tackles topics such as Breast cancer which are related to areas like Gynecology and Radiation therapy. Her Distress study is concerned with Clinical psychology in general. Her work in the fields of Psychiatry, such as Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale and Anxiety, intersects with other areas such as In patient.
Linda J. Kristjanson mainly focuses on Palliative care, Nursing, Family medicine, Distress and Dignity. The Palliative care study combines topics in areas such as Quality of life, Intervention, Psychiatry, Anxiety and Cronbach's alpha. Her Quality of life study incorporates themes from Lymphedema and Physical therapy.
As a part of the same scientific study, she usually deals with the Nursing, concentrating on Motor neurone disease and frequently concerns with Bespoke. Her research investigates the connection between Family medicine and topics such as Aged care that intersect with problems in Health knowledge. Linda J. Kristjanson has researched Distress in several fields, including Palliative Care Nursing, Grief and Debriefing.
Linda J. Kristjanson focuses on Palliative care, Dignity, Distress, Quality of life and Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale. Her Palliative care study contributes to a more complete understanding of Nursing. Her research in Nursing intersects with topics in Breast cancer, Family medicine and Anxiety.
Her research integrates issues of Prolonged grief disorder and Psychiatric history in her study of Distress. Her study in Quality of life is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Values clarification and Randomized controlled trial. Her Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale research is under the purview of Psychiatry.
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Information Needs and Decisional Preferences in Women With Breast Cancer
Lesley F. Degner;Linda J. Kristjanson;David Bowman;Jeffrey A. Sloan.
Dignity Therapy: A Novel Psychotherapeutic Intervention for Patients Near the End of Life
Harvey Max Chochinov;Thomas Hack;Thomas Hassard;Linda J. Kristjanson.
Journal of Clinical Oncology (2005)
Dignity in the terminally ill: a developing empirical model.
Harvey Max Chochinov;Thomas Hack;Susan McClement;Linda Kristjanson.
Social Science & Medicine (2002)
Effect of dignity therapy on distress and end-of-life experience in terminally ill patients: a randomised controlled trial
Harvey Max Chochinov;Linda J Kristjanson;Linda J Kristjanson;Linda J Kristjanson;William Breitbart;Susan McClement.
Lancet Oncology (2011)
Dignity in the terminally ill: a cross-sectional, cohort study
Harvey Max Chochinov;Thomas Hack;Thomas Hassard;Linda J Kristjanson.
The Lancet (2002)
What do patients receiving palliative care for cancer and their families want to be told? A Canadian and Australian qualitative study
Peter Kirk;Ingrid Kirk;Linda J Kristjanson.
Predictors of complicated grief: a systematic review of empirical studies.
Elizabeth A. Lobb;Linda J. Kristjanson;Samar M. Aoun;Leanne Monterosso.
Death Studies (2010)
Clinical practice guidelines for communicating prognosis and end-of-life issues with adults in the advanced stages of a life-limiting illness, and their caregivers
Josephine M. Clayton;Karen M. Hancock;Phyllis N. Butow;Martin H.N. Tattersall.
The Medical Journal of Australia (2007)
The Patient Dignity Inventory: A Novel Way of Measuring Dignity-Related Distress in Palliative Care
Harvey Max Chochinov;Thomas Hassard;Susan McClement;Thomas Hack.
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (2008)
Resistance training and reduction of treatment side effects in prostate cancer patients.
Daniel A Galvão;Kazunori Nosaka;Dennis R Taaffe;Nigel Spry;Nigel Spry.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2006)
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