Public health, Gerontology, National Health Interview Survey, Health care and Family medicine are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Psychological intervention and Cross-sectional study in his study of Public health. His Gerontology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mental health, Social determinants of health, Socioeconomic status and Quality of life.
The concepts of his National Health Interview Survey study are interwoven with issues in Epidemiology, Environmental health, Emergency department, El Niño and Demography. His work on Health policy, Health equity and Health education as part of general Health care research is frequently linked to Multivariate analysis, bridging the gap between disciplines. His studies in Health equity integrate themes in fields like Life course approach and Prenatal care.
Neal Halfon mainly focuses on Health care, Public health, Family medicine, Nursing and Gerontology. Neal Halfon focuses mostly in the field of Health care, narrowing it down to matters related to Mental health and, in some cases, Foster care and Social work. In his study, Odds ratio and Vaccination is strongly linked to El Niño, which falls under the umbrella field of Public health.
His study on Family medicine also encompasses disciplines like
His main research concerns Life course approach, Health care, Gerontology, Health policy and Mental health. His Life course approach study combines topics in areas such as Public relations and Public health. In the field of Public health, his study on Health economics overlaps with subjects such as Adult life.
His Health care research focuses on Environmental health and how it connects with Occupational safety and health and National Health Interview Survey. In Gerontology, Neal Halfon works on issues like Social determinants of health, which are connected to Health equity, Population health, Life expectancy and Social support. His research in Health policy intersects with topics in Liberian dollar, Health education, Family medicine and Health promotion.
Neal Halfon focuses on Life course approach, Mental health, Public health, Gerontology and Social determinants of health. His Mental health study incorporates themes from National Health Interview Survey, Poverty, Occupational safety and health and Environmental health. His research in the fields of Maternal and child health overlaps with other disciplines such as Priority areas.
His Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Life expectancy, Disease and Research methodology. His Social determinants of health study improves the overall literature in Health care. Neal Halfon interconnects Social work and Engineering ethics in the investigation of issues within Health care.
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Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Birth Outcomes: A Life-Course Perspective
Michael C Lu;Neal Halfon.
Maternal and Child Health Journal (2003)
Life Course Health Development: An Integrated Framework for Developing Health, Policy, and Research
Neal Halfon;Miles Hochstein.
Milbank Quarterly (2002)
Patterns of Comorbidity, Functioning, and Service Use for US Children With ADHD, 2007
Kandyce Larson;Shirley A. Russ;Shirley A. Russ;Robert S. Kahn;Neal Halfon.
Adverse childhood experiences: assessing the impact on health and school engagement and the mitigating role of resilience.
Christina D. Bethell;Paul Newacheck;Eva Hawes;Neal Halfon.
Health Affairs (2014)
Childhood Asthma and Poverty: Differential Impacts and Utilization of Health Services
Neal Halfon;Paul W. Newacheck.
A National Profile of Childhood Epilepsy and Seizure Disorder
Shirley A Russ;Kandyce Larson;Neal Halfon.
Prevalence and impact of disabling chronic conditions in childhood.
P W Newacheck;N Halfon.
American Journal of Public Health (1998)
Impact of Family Relocation on Children's Growth, Development, School Function, and Behavior
David Wood;Neal Halfon;Debra Scarlata;Paul Newacheck.
Lifecourse Health Development: Past, Present and Future
Neal Halfon;Kandyce Larson;Michael Lu;Ericka Tullis.
Maternal and Child Health Journal (2014)
Associations Between Obesity and Comorbid Mental Health, Developmental, and Physical Health Conditions in a Nationally Representative Sample of US Children Aged 10 to 17
Neal Halfon;Kandyce Larson;Wendy Slusser.
Academic Pediatrics (2013)
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