Mitchell G. Weiss mostly deals with Public health, Psychiatry, Explanatory model, Stigma and Help-seeking. His work deals with themes such as Social issues, Epidemiology, Disease and Family medicine, which intersect with Public health. Mitchell G. Weiss interconnects Social environment and Clinical psychology in the investigation of issues within Psychiatry.
The Explanatory model study combines topics in areas such as Somatization, DSM-5, Psychological evaluation and Emic and etic. His Stigma study also includes fields such as
His primary areas of investigation include Public health, Psychiatry, Environmental health, Explanatory model and Clinical psychology. His studies in Public health integrate themes in fields like Distress, Epidemiology, Health care and Family medicine. His work on Mental health, Depression, Stigma and Help-seeking as part of general Psychiatry study is frequently connected to Suicide prevention, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His study in Environmental health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Developing country, Cholera, Focus group and Vaccination. His Explanatory model research includes themes of Emic and etic and Anxiety. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Homosexuality and Sexual orientation.
Public health, Environmental health, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology and Explanatory model are his primary areas of study. His Public health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cholera and Sociocultural evolution. His Environmental health research incorporates themes from Focus group and Vaccination.
When carried out as part of a general Psychiatry research project, his work on Mental health is frequently linked to work in Suicide attempt and Suicide prevention, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His work in Clinical psychology addresses issues such as Personality, which are connected to fields such as Odds ratio. His work investigates the relationship between Explanatory model and topics such as Data collection that intersect with problems in Data quality, Field research, Research design and Data management.
His primary areas of study are Public health, Environmental health, Cholera, Focus group and Developing country. He integrates many fields, such as Public health and Android, in his works. His Environmental health study incorporates themes from Explanatory model, Psychosocial stress, Embarrassment and Vaccination.
The various areas that Mitchell G. Weiss examines in his Cholera study include Health education and Socioeconomics. His Focus group research integrates issues from Psychiatry, Anemia, Malaria and Health intervention. His Mental health study in the realm of Psychiatry interacts with subjects such as Suicide prevention and Injury prevention.
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Health-related stigma: rethinking concepts and interventions.
Mitchell G. Weiss;Jayashree Ramakrishna;Daryl Somma.
Psychology Health & Medicine (2006)
Bovine tuberculosis: an old disease but a new threat to Africa.
W Y Ayele;S D Neill;J Zinsstag;M G Weiss.
International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (2004)
Methods of suicide: international suicide patterns derived from the WHO mortality database
Vladeta Ajdacic-Gross;Mitchell G Weiss;Mariann Ring;Urs Hepp.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2008)
Explanatory Model Interview Catalogue (EMIC): Framework for Comparative Study of Illness
Mitchell Gralnick Weiss.
Transcultural Psychiatry (1997)
Stigma, Depression, and Somatization in South India
Raguram R;Weiss Mg;Channabasavanna Sm;Devins Gm.
American Journal of Psychiatry (1996)
The Explanatory Model Interview Catalogue (EMIC). Contribution to cross-cultural research methods from a study of leprosy and mental health.
Mitchell G. Weiss;D. R. Doongaji;S. Siddhartha;David Wypij.
British Journal of Psychiatry (1992)
Cultural epidemiology: An introduction and overview
Mitchell Gralnick Weiss.
Anthropology & Medicine (2001)
Stigma interventions and research for international health
Mitchell G Weiss;Jayashree Ramakrishna.
The Lancet (2006)
Stigma and the social burden of neglected tropical diseases
Mitchell Gralnick Weiss.
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases (2008)
Culture and Psychiatric Evaluation: Operationalizing Cultural Formulation for DSM-5
Roberto Lewis-Fernández;Neil K rishan Aggarwal;Sofie Bäärnhielm;Hans Rohlof.
Psychiatry MMC (2014)
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