Michelle J. Hindin spends much of her time researching Demography, Sexual abuse, Domestic violence, Socioeconomics and Systematic review. Her studies in Demography integrate themes in fields like Developing country, Social psychology and Public health. Michelle J. Hindin is involved in the study of Sexual abuse that focuses on Psychological abuse in particular.
Her Socioeconomics research focuses on CINAHL and how it relates to PsycINFO and Child marriage. Her Psychological intervention research includes elements of Family medicine and Reproductive health. Global health is a subfield of Nursing that Michelle J. Hindin explores.
Michelle J. Hindin mainly focuses on Demography, Developing country, Reproductive health, Psychological intervention and Domestic violence. In her study, Marital status is strongly linked to Socioeconomic status, which falls under the umbrella field of Demography. The concepts of her Developing country study are interwoven with issues in Rural area and Fertility.
Her study on Reproductive health also encompasses disciplines like
Michelle J. Hindin mainly investigates Reproductive health, Nursing, Family medicine, Psychological intervention and Adolescent health. Her work in Reproductive health addresses issues such as Public health, which are connected to fields such as Reproductive medicine, Self-efficacy, Psychometrics and Gerontology. Her Nursing course of study focuses on Systematic review and Guideline.
The various areas that she examines in her Family medicine study include Global health, Slum, Mental illness and Health policy. Her Psychological intervention research integrates issues from Incidence and Clinical psychology. Her Adolescent health research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Young adult and Mental health.
Her primary scientific interests are in Nursing, Thematic analysis, Systematic review, Focus group and Verbal abuse. Michelle J. Hindin integrates many fields, such as Thematic analysis and engineering, in her works. Michelle J. Hindin interconnects Guideline, Psychiatry and Health care in the investigation of issues within Systematic review.
Her Focus group research overlaps with Physical abuse, Psychological abuse and Psychological intervention.
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The effects of unintended pregnancy on infant, child, and parental health: a review of the literature.
Jessica D. Gipson;Michael A. Koenig;Michelle J. Hindin.
Studies in Family Planning (2008)
The Mistreatment of Women during Childbirth in Health Facilities Globally: A Mixed-Methods Systematic Review
Meghan A. Bohren;Meghan A. Bohren;Joshua P. Vogel;Erin C. Hunter;Olha Lutsiv.
PLOS Medicine (2015)
Intimate partner violence among couples in 10 DHS countries: Predictors and health outcomes
Michelle J. Hindin;Sunita Kishor;Donna L. Ansara.
The impact of including husbands in antenatal health education services on maternal health practices in urban Nepal: results from a randomized controlled trial
Britta C. Mullany;S. Becker;M. J. Hindin.
Health Education Research (2006)
The prevalence of maternal near miss: a systematic review.
O. Tunçalp;M.J. Hindin;J.P. Souza;D. Chou.
British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (2012)
Who's at risk? Factors associated with intimate partner violence in the Philippines
Michelle J Hindin;Linda S Adair.
Social Science & Medicine (2002)
Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Developing Countries: An Overview of Trends and Interventions
Michelle J. Hindin;Adesegun O. Fatusi.
International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (2009)
Formal and informal help-seeking associated with women's and men's experiences of intimate partner violence in Canada
Donna L. Ansara;Michelle J. Hindin.
Social Science & Medicine (2010)
Understanding women's attitudes towards wife beating in Zimbabwe
Michelle J. Hindin.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2003)
Cohort Profile: The Cebu Longitudinal Health and Nutrition Survey
Linda S Adair;Barry M Popkin;John S Akin;David K Guilkey.
International Journal of Epidemiology (2011)
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