Her primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Mindfulness, Psychosocial, Inflammatory bowel disease and Mindfulness-based stress reduction. Her work carried out in the field of Mindfulness brings together such families of science as MEDLINE and Burnout. Her studies deal with areas such as Psychological well-being and Social support as well as Psychosocial.
Her Psychological well-being study deals with Normative intersecting with Physical therapy. Her Inflammatory bowel disease study is associated with Internal medicine. Her work on Prospective cohort study and Crohn's disease as part of general Internal medicine research is frequently linked to Health outcomes, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mindfulness, Physical therapy, Internal medicine, Psychosocial and Psychiatry. Patricia L. Dobkin has included themes like Health care and Burnout in her Mindfulness study. Her work on Fibromyalgia as part of general Physical therapy study is frequently linked to Lupus erythematosus, bridging the gap between disciplines.
As part of her studies on Internal medicine, Patricia L. Dobkin often connects relevant subjects like Surgery. Patricia L. Dobkin interconnects Coping, Social support, Inflammatory bowel disease and Public health in the investigation of issues within Psychosocial. Her research investigates the connection with Social support and areas like Mental health which intersect with concerns in Psychometrics.
Mindfulness, Psychotherapist, Mindfulness-based stress reduction, Psychiatry and Nursing are her primary areas of study. Her Mindfulness research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Health care, Compassion fatigue, Emotional exhaustion, Burnout and Anxiety. Her Well-being study, which is part of a larger body of work in Psychotherapist, is frequently linked to Clinical settings, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her research investigates the connection between Mindfulness-based stress reduction and topics such as Disease that intersect with issues in Family medicine. Patricia L. Dobkin is involved in the study of Psychiatry that focuses on Coping in particular. Her research in Depression intersects with topics in Polyarthritis, Physical therapy, Prospective cohort study and Hazard ratio.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Mindfulness, Psychotherapist, Well-being, Depression and Burnout. Her study of Mindfulness-based stress reduction is a part of Mindfulness. Her Mindfulness-based stress reduction research incorporates themes from Coping, Distress and Health care.
Her Depression research incorporates elements of Psychological intervention, Quality of life, Anxiety, Physical therapy and Attendance. She combines subjects such as Psychosocial, Symptom onset and Inflammatory polyarthritis with her study of Physical therapy. The Burnout study which covers Quality of life that intersects with Clinical psychology and Stress management.
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Predicting Early Onset of Male Antisocial Behavior From Preschool Behavior
Richard E. Tremblay;Robert O. Pihl;Frank Vitaro;Patricia L. Dobkin.
Archives of General Psychiatry (1994)
Cultivating mindfulness in health care professionals: A review of empirical studies of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR)
Julie Anne Irving;Patricia L. Dobkin;Jeeseon Park.
Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice (2009)
The role of functional social support in treatment retention and outcomes among outpatient adult substance abusers.
Patricia L. Dobkin;Mirella De Civita;Antonios Paraherakis;Kathryn Gill.
Patient nonadherence to medication in inflammatory bowel disease.
Maida J Sewitch;Michal Abrahamowicz;Michal Abrahamowicz;Alan Barkun;Alain Bitton.
The American Journal of Gastroenterology (2003)
Predicting relapse in Crohn's disease: a biopsychosocial model
Alain Bitton;Patricia Dobkin;Michael D. Edwardes;Maida Sewitch.
Cortisol as a marker for improvement in mindfulness-based stress reduction
Rose H. Matousek;Patricia L. Dobkin;Jens C. Pruessner.
Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice (2010)
Psychological distress, social support, and disease activity in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
Maida J Sewitch;Maida J Sewitch;Michal Abrahamowicz;Michal Abrahamowicz;Alain Bitton;Donald Daly.
The American Journal of Gastroenterology (2001)
For Whom May Participation in a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program be Contraindicated?
Patricia L. Dobkin;Julie A. Irving;Simon Amar.
The impact of friends' deviant behavior on early onset of delinquency: Longitudinal data from 6 to 13 years of age
Richard E. Tremblay;Louise C. Mâsse;Frank Vitaro;Patricia L. Dobkin.
Development and Psychopathology (1995)
Anticipatory nausea and vomiting in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment: Prevalence, etiology, and behavioral interventions☆
Gary R. Morrow;Patricia L. Dobkin.
Clinical Psychology Review (1988)
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