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Margaret M. Barry mainly focuses on Health promotion, Mental health, Public health, Public relations and Psychological intervention. Her research on Health promotion concerns the broader Nursing. Her research integrates issues of Community development, Empowerment and Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory in her study of Nursing.
Her studies in Mental health integrate themes in fields like Applied psychology, Gerontology, Clinical psychology and Quality of life. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Public health, Quality, Workforce and Credentialing is strongly linked to Core competency. As a part of the same scientific study, Margaret M. Barry usually deals with the Public relations, concentrating on Global health and frequently concerns with Capacity building and Professional development.
Margaret M. Barry mostly deals with Health promotion, Mental health, Nursing, Promotion and Public relations. Her work in Health promotion addresses issues such as Health education, which are connected to fields such as Workforce. Her research in Mental health intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Quality of life, Clinical psychology and Medical education.
Her studies deal with areas such as Accreditation and Family medicine as well as Nursing. Her Promotion research integrates issues from Process and Best practice. The various areas that Margaret M. Barry examines in her Public health study include Health communication and Environmental health.
Margaret M. Barry mainly investigates Mental health, Health promotion, Public relations, Psychological intervention and Promotion. Her Mental health research incorporates themes from Well-being, Nursing, Medical education and Cognitive behavioral therapy, Anxiety. Her study in Health promotion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Function, Core competency, Health education and Postal survey.
Her Public relations research incorporates elements of Best practice and Health policy. Her studies deal with areas such as Quality, Intervention, Applied psychology and Social change as well as Psychological intervention. Her Promotion study which covers Set that intersects with Health professionals and Concept map.
Her main research concerns Mental health, Health promotion, Medical education, Nursing and Psychological intervention. Her Mental health research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Coping, Clinical psychology and Cognitive behavioral therapy, Anxiety. Margaret M. Barry has researched Health promotion in several fields, including Best practice, Public relations and Health policy.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pedagogy and Health literacy. Margaret M. Barry brings together Nursing and Suicide prevention to produce work in her papers. Margaret M. Barry has included themes like Applied psychology and Well-being in her Psychological intervention study.
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A systematic review of the effectiveness of mental health promotion interventions for young people in low and middle income countries
Margaret M Barry;Aleisha M Clarke;Rachel Jenkins;Vikram Patel.
BMC Public Health (2013)
Implementing mental health promotion
Margaret M. Barry;Rachel Jenkins;Maurice B. Mittelmark.
SLAN 2007: Survey of lifestyle, attitudes and nutrition in Ireland. Main report.
Karen Morgan;Hannah McGee;Dorothy Watson;IJ Perry.
Mental health promotion works: a review
Eva Jané-Llopis;Margaret Barry;Clemens Hosman;Vikram Patel.
Promotion & Education (2005)
The Galway Consensus Conference: international collaboration on the development of core competencies for health promotion and health education.
Margaret M. Barry;John P. Allegrante;Marie-Claude Lamarre;M. Elaine Auld.
Global Health Promotion (2009)
Quality of life as an evaluative measure in assessing the impact of community care on people with long-term psychiatric disorders.
Margaret M. Barry;Charles Crosby.
British Journal of Psychiatry (1996)
A Systematic Review of Online Youth Mental Health Promotion and Prevention Interventions
Aleisha M. Clarke;Tuuli Kuosmanen;Margaret M. Barry.
Journal of Youth and Adolescence (2015)
Addressing the determinants of positive mental health: concepts, evidence and practice
Margaret M. Barry.
The international journal of mental health promotion (2009)
Quality of life as an outcome measure in evaluating mental health services: a review of the empirical evidence.
M. M. Barry;A. Zissi.
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology (1997)
A literature review on health information seeking behaviour on the web: a health consumer and health professional perspective.
O Higgins;J Sixsmith;Margaret M. Barry;C Domegan.
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