Mental illness, Psychiatry, Mental health, Nursing and Psychological intervention are his primary areas of study. His Mental illness research includes themes of Social quality and Supported employment. The study incorporates disciplines such as Occupational burnout and Public health in addition to Psychiatry.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Job satisfaction, Public relations and Quality of life. His study in the field of Social care is also linked to topics like Normative, Measure and Expert opinion. Peter Huxley has researched Psychological intervention in several fields, including Social environment and Mental health literacy.
His primary areas of study are Mental health, Psychiatry, Nursing, Mental illness and Gerontology. His Mental health study incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Social work, Social environment and Public health. His Psychiatry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Family medicine and Psychometrics, Clinical psychology.
He combines subjects such as Multidisciplinary approach and Health care with his study of Nursing. His work focuses on many connections between Mental illness and other disciplines, such as Supported employment, that overlap with his field of interest in Vocational education. His work in Gerontology addresses issues such as Quality of life, which are connected to fields such as Patient satisfaction.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mental health, Nursing, Gerontology, Quality of life and Project commissioning. Peter Huxley works on Mental health which deals in particular with Mental illness. His Mental illness study is concerned with the larger field of Psychiatry.
The concepts of his Nursing study are interwoven with issues in Quality care, Care homes and Discipline. His Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quality, Social support, Social environment and Public health. The Quality of life study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology, Attachment theory and Nursing homes.
Peter Huxley mainly focuses on Mental health, Mental illness, Psychiatry, Supported employment and Gerontology. His work deals with themes such as Nursing, Social care and Multidisciplinary approach, which intersect with Mental health. Mental illness is frequently linked to Family medicine in his study.
His study in Psychiatry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Construct validity, Psychometrics, Data collection and Applied psychology. The various areas that Peter Huxley examines in his Supported employment study include Vocational education, Social environment and Public health. He has included themes like Quality of life, Developmental psychology, Social support, Social capital and Depression in his Gerontology study.
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Common mental disorders : a bio-social model
David P. Goldberg;Peter Huxley.
Application and Results of the Manchester Short Assessment of Quality of Life (Mansa)
Stefan Priebe;Peter Huxley;Susan Knight;Sherrill Evans.
International Journal of Social Psychiatry (1999)
Helping people with severe mental illness to obtain work: systematic review
Ruth E Crowther;Max Marshall;Gary R Bond;Peter Huxley.
Reducing psychiatric stigma and discrimination: evaluation of educational interventions in UK secondary schools.
Vanessa Pinfold;Hilary Toulmin;Graham Thornicroft;Peter Huxley.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2003)
Mental illness in the community : the pathway to psychiatric care
David P. Goldberg;Peter Huxley.
International Journal of Rehabilitation Research (1983)
Mental Illness in the Community
Quality of Life and Mental Health Services
Keith Bridges;Peter Huxley;Hadi Mohamad;Joseph Oliver.
Mental health, burnout and job satisfaction among mental health social workers in England and Wales
Sherrill Evans;Peter Huxley;Claire Gately;Martin Webber.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2006)
Vocational rehabilitation for people with severe mental illness.
Ruth Crowther;Max Marshall;Gary R Bond;Peter Huxley.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2001)
Measuring the quality of life of severely mentally ill people using the Lancashire Quality of Life Profile
J. P. J. Oliver;P. J. Huxley;S. Priebe;W. Kaiser.
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology (1997)
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