Mark S. Salzer spends much of his time researching Mental health, Mental illness, Clinical psychology, Social support and Psychiatry. His Mental health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Health informatics and Service innovation. His work in Mental illness addresses subjects such as Psychological intervention, which are connected to disciplines such as Distress, Prosocial behavior and Juvenile delinquency.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychosocial, Autism and Referral. In Social support, Mark S. Salzer works on issues like Quality of life, which are connected to Peer support, Psychometrics and Developmental psychology. His study in the field of Inclusion also crosses realms of Employability, Employment discrimination and Public policy.
Mark S. Salzer mostly deals with Mental health, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Mental illness and Nursing. His Mental health research incorporates elements of Psychological intervention, Peer support, Gerontology, Medical education and Public health. His Peer support study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Peer group and Quality of life.
His research integrates issues of Scale, Psychosocial, Neurocognitive, Social support and Loneliness in his study of Clinical psychology. His study deals with a combination of Mental illness and Social work. His Family medicine research extends to Nursing, which is thematically connected.
His primary areas of investigation include Mental health, Clinical psychology, Gerontology, PsycINFO and Mental illness. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention, Person-centered care and Family medicine in addition to Mental health. His studies deal with areas such as Social support and Time-out as well as Psychological intervention.
He combines subjects such as Neurocognitive, Academic achievement, Loneliness and Schizophrenia spectrum with his study of Clinical psychology. His work deals with themes such as Intervention, Scale and Public health, which intersect with Gerontology. Mark S. Salzer focuses mostly in the field of Mental illness, narrowing it down to topics relating to Peer support and, in certain cases, Bipolar disorder.
Mental health, Gerontology, Neurocognitive, PsycINFO and Mental illness are his primary areas of study. His Mental health research includes elements of Psychological intervention and Person-centered care. His Psychological intervention study deals with the bigger picture of Psychiatry.
His studies in Neurocognitive integrate themes in fields like Schizophrenia and Clinical psychology. Mark S. Salzer has included themes like Service delivery framework, Self-disclosure, Peer support and Family medicine in his Mental illness study. His Peer support research is within the category of Nursing.
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Efficacy of nurse telehealth care and peer support in augmenting treatment of depression in primary care.
Enid M. Hunkeler;Joel F. Meresman;William A. Hargreaves;Bruce Fireman.
Archives of Family Medicine (2000)
Examining the Factor Structure of the Recovery Assessment Scale
Patrick W. Corrigan;Mark Salzer;Ruth O. Ralph;Yvette Sangster.
Schizophrenia Bulletin (2004)
Role of social disadvantage in crime, joblessness, and homelessness among persons with serious mental illness.
Jeffrey Draine;Mark S. Salzer;Dennis P. Culhane;Trevor R. Hadley.
Psychiatric Services (2002)
Identifying consumer-provider benefits in evaluations of consumer-delivered services.
Mark S. Salzer;Shoshanna Liptzin Shear.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal (2002)
A Comparative Study of Campus Experiences of College Students With Mental Illnesses Versus a General College Sample
Mark S. Salzer.
Journal of American College Health (2012)
Accounting for unemployment among people with mental illness.
Richard C. Baron;Mark S. Salzer.
Behavioral Sciences & The Law (2002)
Use of Vocational Rehabilitative Services Among Adults with Autism
Lindsay Lawer;Lindsay Lawer;Eugene Brusilovskiy;Mark S. Salzer;David S. Mandell;David S. Mandell.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2009)
Clinical outcome, consumer satisfaction, and ad hoc ratings of improvement in children's mental health.
Warren Lambert;Mark S. Salzer;Leonard Bickman.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1998)
Familiarity With and Use of Accommodations and Supports Among Postsecondary Students With Mental Illnesses
Mark S. Salzer;B.A. Lindsay C. Wick;A.A. Joseph A. Rogers.
Psychiatric Services (2008)
Validating the Empowerment Scale With a Multisite Sample of Consumers of Mental Health Services
Sc.D. E. Sally Rogers;Ruth O. Ralph;Mark S. Salzer.
Psychiatric Services (2010)
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