Michael S. Hurlburt mainly investigates Mental health, Psychiatry, Evidence-based practice, Foster care and Child abuse. His Psychiatry study incorporates themes from Family medicine and Public health. His research investigates the connection with Foster care and areas like Gerontology which intersect with concerns in Kinship care.
In his works, Michael S. Hurlburt performs multidisciplinary study on Child abuse and Occupational safety and health. His Public service study in the realm of Public relations connects with subjects such as Conceptual model. His Conceptual model research spans across into fields like Public sector, Health administration and Health informatics.
Michael S. Hurlburt focuses on Mental health, Psychiatry, Child abuse, Evidence-based practice and Clinical psychology. His Mental health research integrates issues from Gerontology, Foster care, Family medicine, Public health and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. His Child Behavior Checklist and Depression study in the realm of Psychiatry interacts with subjects such as Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Longitudinal study.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Child Behavior Checklist, Special education is strongly linked to CBCL. His work on Child neglect is typically connected to Occupational safety and health, Neglect and Developmental psychology as part of general Child abuse study, connecting several disciplines of science. Evidence-based practice combines with fields such as Knowledge management, Health informatics, Health administration, Public relations and Medical education in his work.
His primary scientific interests are in Evidence-based practice, Child abuse, Mental health, Psychiatry and Fidelity. Nursing, Health informatics, Health administration, Medical education and Organisation climate are fields of study that intersect with his Evidence-based practice study. His Health informatics research is within the category of Public health.
His work investigates the relationship between Mental health and topics such as Applied psychology that intersect with problems in Affect. His study on Child Behavior Checklist, Depression and Stressor is often connected to White and Documentation as part of broader study in Psychiatry. His Adaptation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Knowledge management and Home visitation.
His main research concerns Mental health, Psychiatry, Organisation climate, Evidence-based practice and Child abuse. His work on Psychiatry deals in particular with Child Behavior Checklist, CBCL and Mental health service. His study with Organisation climate involves better knowledge in Public relations.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inclusion and Feeling. His Evidence-based practice study spans across into areas like Nursing, Medical education, Health informatics and Health administration. His work carried out in the field of Health informatics brings together such families of science as Applied psychology and Transformational leadership.
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Advancing a conceptual model of evidence-based practice implementation in public service sectors.
Gregory A Aarons;Gregory A Aarons;Michael S Hurlburt;Michael S Hurlburt;Sarah McCue Horwitz;Sarah McCue Horwitz.
Administration and Policy in Mental Health (2011)
Mixed Method Designs in Implementation Research
Lawrence A. Palinkas;Gregory A Aarons;Sarah McCue Horwitz;Patricia Chamberlain.
Parent-Training Programs in Child Welfare Services: Planning for a More Evidence-Based Approach to Serving Biological Parents:
Richard P. Barth;John Landsverk;Patricia Chamberlain;John B. Reid.
Research on Social Work Practice (2005)
Developmental and behavioral needs and service use for young children in child welfare.
Aubyn C. Stahmer;Laurel K. Leslie;Laurel K. Leslie;Laurel K. Leslie;Michael Hurlburt;Richard P. Barth.
Identifying Common Elements of Evidence-Based Psychosocial Treatments for Children's Disruptive Behavior Problems
Ann F. Garland;Kristin M. Hawley;Lauren Brookman-Frazee;Michael S. Hurlburt.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2008)
Contextual Predictors of Mental Health Service Use Among Children Open to Child Welfare
Michael S. Hurlburt;Laurel K. Leslie;John Landsverk;Richard P. Barth.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2004)
Mental Health Care for Children With Disruptive Behavior Problems: A View Inside Therapists' Offices
Ann F. Garland;Lauren Brookman-Frazee;Michael S. Hurlburt;Erin C. Accurso.
Psychiatric Services (2010)
Outpatient mental health services for children in foster care: a national perspective
Laurel K Leslie;Michael S Hurlburt;John Landsverk;Richard Barth.
Child Abuse & Neglect (2004)
Posttraumatic stress symptoms in children and adolescents referred for child welfare investigation. A national sample of in-home and out-of-home care.
David J. Kolko;Michael S. Hurlburt;Jinjin Zhang;Richard P. Barth.
Child Maltreatment (2010)
Adverse Childhood Experiences and Mental Health, Chronic Medical Conditions, and Development in Young Children
Bonnie D. Kerker;Bonnie D. Kerker;Jinjin Zhang;Erum Nadeem;Ruth E.K. Stein.
Academic Pediatrics (2015)
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