His scientific interests lie mostly in Demography, Suicide prevention, Meta-analysis, Psychological intervention and Environmental health. The various areas that Matthew J Spittal examines in his Demography study include Disadvantaged, Rate ratio, Social psychology and Socioeconomic status. His study focuses on the intersection of Suicide prevention and fields such as Injury prevention with connections in the field of Human factors and ergonomics.
His study in Meta-analysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Odds ratio, Psychiatry, Emergency department and MEDLINE. The concepts of his Psychological intervention study are interwoven with issues in PsycINFO, Gross rating point and Health care, Health policy. His research investigates the connection with Environmental health and areas like Tobacco control which intersect with concerns in Bupropion, Tobacco industry, Mass media, Gerontology and Varenicline.
His primary scientific interests are in Suicide prevention, Demography, Psychiatry, Mental health and Injury prevention. In the field of Suicide prevention, his study on Suicidal ideation overlaps with subjects such as Occupational safety and health, Medical emergency and Rate ratio. Matthew J Spittal combines subjects such as Odds ratio, Epidemiology, Cohort study, Odds and Cohort with his study of Demography.
Matthew J Spittal has researched Psychiatry in several fields, including Meta-analysis, Prison and Young adult. His Mental health study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Longitudinal study, Intervention and Health administration, Public health. His research in Public health intersects with topics in Health care and Family medicine.
His primary areas of study are Suicide prevention, Mental health, Demography, Injury prevention and Epidemiology. He regularly ties together related areas like Human factors and ergonomics in his Suicide prevention studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention, Government, Severity of illness and Gerontology in addition to Mental health.
His Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Meta-analysis and Rate ratio. Matthew J Spittal has included themes like Mortality rate, Prison, Cohort and Public health in his Epidemiology study. His Public health research incorporates elements of Incidence and Family medicine.
Demography, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics, Mental health and Psychiatry are his primary areas of study. His Demography research includes themes of Risk factor and Scale. His study connects Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
His Mental health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nursing research, Personality disorders, Family medicine, Health administration and Severity of illness. In general Psychiatry, his work in Neglect is often linked to Physical abuse, Psychological abuse, Child abuse and Sexual abuse linking many areas of study. As a part of the same scientific family, Matthew J Spittal mostly works in the field of MEDLINE, focusing on Occupational safety and health and, on occasion, Risk of mortality and Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey.
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Impact of Tobacco Control Policies and Mass Media Campaigns on Monthly Adult Smoking Prevalence
Melanie A. Wakefield;Sarah Durkin;Matthew J. Spittal;Mohammad Siahpush.
American Journal of Public Health (2008)
Suicide by occupation: systematic review and meta-analysis
Allison Milner;Matthew J. Spittal;Jane Pirkis;Anthony D. LaMontagne.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2013)
Happiness and Life Satisfaction Prospectively Predict Self-Rated Health, Physical Health, and the Presence of Limiting, Long-Term Health Conditions
Mohammad Siahpush;Matt Spittal;Gopal K. Singh.
American Journal of Health Promotion (2008)
Predicting suicidal behaviours using clinical instruments: systematic review and meta-analysis of positive predictive values for risk scales
Gregory Carter;Allison Milner;Katie McGill;Jane Pirkis.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2017)
Weekend Sun Protection and Sunburn in Australia. Trends (1987-2002) and Association with SunSmart Television Advertising
Suzanne Jane Dobbinson;Melanie A Wakefield;Kris Jamsen;Natalie L Herd.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2008)
Identification of doctors at risk of recurrent complaints: a national study of healthcare complaints in Australia
Marie M Bismark;Matthew J Spittal;Lyle C Gurrin;Michael Ward.
BMJ Quality & Safety (2013)
Letters, green cards, telephone calls and postcards: systematic and meta-analytic review of brief contact interventions for reducing self-harm, suicide attempts and suicide
Allison J. Milner;Greg Carter;Jane Pirkis;Jo Robinson.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2015)
Predictors of Two Types of Earthquake Preparation Survival Activities and Mitigation Activities
Matthew J. Spittal;John McClure;Richard J. Siegert;Frank H. Walkey.
Environment and Behavior (2008)
Effects of mass media campaign exposure intensity and durability on quit attempts in a population-based cohort study
Wakefield Ma;Spittal Mj;Yong Hh;Durkin Sj.
Health Education Research (2011)
Relationship Between Stressfulness of Claiming for Injury Compensation and Long-term Recovery: A Prospective Cohort Study
Genevieve Meredyth Grant;Genevieve Meredyth Grant;Meaghan O'Donnell;Matthew J Spittal;Mark C Creamer.
JAMA Psychiatry (2014)
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