Her scientific interests lie mostly in Public health, Psychiatry, Mental health, Health care and Anxiety. Her Public relations research extends to Public health, which is thematically connected. As a member of one scientific family, Sarah E. Gollust mostly works in the field of Public relations, focusing on Social determinants of health and, on occasion, Health policy, News media, Socioeconomics and Framing.
Her Psychiatry study frequently links to related topics such as Clinical psychology. The concepts of her Health care study are interwoven with issues in Tobacco control, Varenicline and Family medicine. Her study connects Occupational safety and health and Anxiety.
Sarah E. Gollust focuses on Public health, Politics, Public relations, Public opinion and Health policy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental health, Psychiatry, Family medicine, Occupational safety and health and Genetic testing in addition to Public health. Her Politics research incorporates themes from Government, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Advertising.
Her Public relations study deals with News media intersecting with MEDLINE. Her Public opinion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social psychology and Public administration. Health policy is a subfield of Health care that Sarah E. Gollust investigates.
Sarah E. Gollust mainly investigates Public health, Politics, Public opinion, Advertising and Family medicine. In the field of Public health, her study on Health policy overlaps with subjects such as Information Dissemination. Her study in Health policy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Criminology and Occupational safety and health.
Sarah E. Gollust has included themes like Political economy, Geographic variation, Field and Substance use in her Politics study. Sarah E. Gollust has researched Public opinion in several fields, including Health equity, Cognition, Social psychology and Global health. Her research investigates the connection between Advertising and topics such as Health insurance that intersect with problems in Variety and Outreach.
Sarah E. Gollust mainly focuses on Public health, Public opinion, Public relations, News media and Framing. Sarah E. Gollust works in the field of Public health, namely Health policy. Her study looks at the relationship between Health policy and topics such as Legislation, which overlap with Family medicine.
Her research in Public opinion intersects with topics in Global health, Cognition, Information source and Environmental health. As a part of the same scientific family, Sarah E. Gollust mostly works in the field of Public relations, focusing on Political communication and, on occasion, Social determinants of health, Public policy, Population health and Health equity. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Media event, Content analysis, MEDLINE and Professional association.
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Prevalence and Correlates of Depression, Anxiety, and Suicidality Among University Students
Daniel Eisenberg;Sarah E. Gollust;Ezra Golberstein;Jennifer L. Hefner.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry (2007)
Help-seeking and access to mental health care in a university student population.
Daniel Eisenberg;Ezra Golberstein;Sarah E. Gollust.
Medical Care (2007)
Persistence of mental health problems and needs in a college student population.
Kara Zivin;Kara Zivin;Daniel Eisenberg;Sarah E. Gollust;Ezra Golberstein.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2009)
Prevalence and Correlates of Self-Injury among University Students.
Sarah Elizabeth Gollust;Daniel Eisenberg;Ezra Golberstein.
Journal of American College Health (2008)
Limitations of direct-to-consumer advertising for clinical genetic testing.
Sarah E. Gollust;Sara Chandros Hull;Benjamin S. Wilfond.
The Polarizing Effect of News Media Messages About the Social Determinants of Health
Sarah E. Gollust;Paula M. Lantz;Peter A. Ubel.
American Journal of Public Health (2009)
Motivations and Perceptions of Early Adopters of Personalized Genomics: Perspectives from Research Participants
S.E. Gollust;E.S. Gordon;C. Zayac;G. Griffin.
Public Health Genomics (2012)
Direct-to-consumer sales of genetic services on the Internet
Sarah E. Gollust;Benjamin S. Wilfond;Sara Chandros Hull.
Genetics in Medicine (2003)
Communicating population health: print news media coverage of type 2 diabetes.
Sarah E. Gollust;Paula M. Lantz.
Social Science & Medicine (2009)
News Media Framing of Childhood Obesity in the United States From 2000 to 2009
Colleen L. Barry;Marian Jarlenski;Rachel Grob;Mark Schlesinger.
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