Psychological intervention, Social support, Attachment theory, Psychiatry and Distress are his primary areas of study. His Psychological intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Prospective cohort study, Internal medicine, Depression and Ulcerative colitis. His research integrates issues of Psychosomatic medicine, Affect, Clinical psychology and Emotional security in his study of Social support.
Attachment theory is a primary field of his research addressed under Developmental psychology. His work on Mental health as part of general Psychiatry study is frequently linked to Work hours, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Robert G. Maunder combines subjects such as Coping, Anxiety and Social isolation with his study of Distress.
Robert G. Maunder focuses on Psychiatry, Attachment theory, Clinical psychology, Anxiety and Ulcerative colitis. His Psychiatry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social support, Distress and Burnout. His Social support study incorporates themes from Coping, Interpersonal relationship and Quality of life.
His Attachment theory research is included under the broader classification of Developmental psychology. His research on Developmental psychology focuses in particular on Attachment measures. His research on Ulcerative colitis also deals with topics like
His primary areas of study are Mental health, Clinical psychology, Nursing, Anxiety and Pandemic. His Mental health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Substance use, Distress, Public health and Burnout. His study on Symptom severity, Insecure attachment and Attachment theory is often connected to Sensory sensitivity as part of broader study in Clinical psychology.
His research in Attachment theory is mostly concerned with Object Attachment. His Nursing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tertiary care, Integrated care and Patient-centered care. His Anxiety study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Perinatal Depression, Quality of life, Telemedicine and Social support.
Robert G. Maunder mostly deals with Nursing, Mental health, Public health, Distress and Internal medicine. Nursing is integrated with 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak, Pandemic, Coronavirus Infections, Health personnel and Psychological support in his research. His research integrates issues of Coaching, Grief, Family medicine and Burnout in his study of Mental health.
His research combines Specialty and Public health. In most of his Internal medicine studies, his work intersects topics such as Behavioral interventions.
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The immediate psychological and occupational impact of the 2003 SARS outbreak in a teaching hospital
Robert Maunder;Jonathan Hunter;Leslie Vincent;Jocelyn Bennett.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (2003)
Long-term psychological and occupational effects of providing hospital healthcare during SARS outbreak.
Robert G. Maunder;William J. Lancee;Kenneth E. Balderson;Jocelyn P. Bennett.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (2006)
Adult attachment measures: a 25-year review.
Paula Ravitz;Robert Maunder;Robert Maunder;Jon Hunter;Jon Hunter;Bhadra Sthankiya;Bhadra Sthankiya.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (2010)
Attachment and psychosomatic medicine: developmental contributions to stress and disease.
Robert G. Maunder;Jonathan J. Hunter.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2001)
The experience of the 2003 SARS outbreak as a traumatic stress among frontline healthcare workers in Toronto: lessons learned.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2004)
Factors associated with the psychological impact of severe acute respiratory syndrome on nurses and other hospital workers in Toronto.
Robert G. Maunder;William J. Lancee;Sean Rourke;Jonathan J. Hunter.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2004)
Prevalence of Psychiatric Disorders Among Toronto Hospital Workers One to Two Years After the SARS Outbreak
William J. Lancee;Robert G. Maunder;David S. Goldbloom.
Psychiatric Services (2008)
Concerns of patients with inflammatory bowel disease: a review of emerging themes.
Josee Casati;Brenda B. Toner;Elizabeth C. De Rooy;Douglas A. Drossman.
Digestive Diseases and Sciences (2000)
The role of stress in the development and clinical course of inflammatory bowel disease: epidemiological evidence.
Robert G Maunder;Susan Levenstein.
Current Molecular Medicine (2008)
Using attachment theory to understand illness behavior.
Jonathan J Hunter;Robert G Maunder.
General Hospital Psychiatry (2001)
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