Sidney Bloch focuses on Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Breast cancer, Group psychotherapy and Psychosocial. Sidney Bloch studies Depression, a branch of Psychiatry. Breast cancer is the subject of his research, which falls under Cancer.
His work on Metastatic breast cancer is typically connected to Hazard ratio as part of general Cancer study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Group psychotherapy research is under the purview of Psychotherapist. His study in Psychosocial is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Grief, Distress, Beck Depression Inventory and Prostate cancer.
His primary scientific interests are in Psychiatry, Psychotherapist, Clinical psychology, Psychoanalysis and Group psychotherapy. His Public health research extends to the thematically linked field of Psychiatry. His study in Clinical psychology concentrates on Coping and Psychometrics.
His Group psychotherapy research focuses on subjects like Breast cancer, which are linked to Oncology and Depression. His Psychosocial research includes themes of Grief, Observational study and Distress. As a part of the same scientific family, Sidney Bloch mostly works in the field of Distress, focusing on Anxiety and, on occasion, Internal medicine.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychiatry, Mental health, Psychotherapist, Psychosocial and Clinical psychology. Sidney Bloch focuses mostly in the field of Psychiatry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Quality of life and, in certain cases, Anxiety disorder. His Psychotherapist research integrates issues from The arts, Psychiatric ethics and Psychoanalysis.
His research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Observational study, Cohort study and Anxiety in his study of Psychosocial. His research in Clinical psychology is mostly focused on Coping. His Cancer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Survival rate, Group psychotherapy and Severity of illness.
Sidney Bloch mainly focuses on Psychiatry, Psychosocial, Clinical psychology, Breast cancer and Internal medicine. His Psychiatry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social support and Quality of life. Sidney Bloch has included themes like Psychological intervention, Observational study, Distress, Anxiety and Mental health in his Psychosocial study.
Sidney Bloch studies Clinical psychology, namely Coping. His Breast cancer study is focused on Cancer in general. His work deals with themes such as Group psychotherapy and Surgery, which intersect with Cancer.
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Caring for relatives with serious mental illness: the development of the Experience of Caregiving Inventory.
G I Szmukler;P Burgess;H Herrman;A Benson.
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology (1996)
Therapeutic factors in group psychotherapy
Sidney Bloch;Eric Crouch.
Cognitive-existential group psychotherapy for women with primary breast cancer: a randomised controlled trial.
David W Kissane;Sidney Bloch;Graeme Crawford Smith;Patricia Pauline Miach.
Psychiatric disorder in women with early stage and advanced breast cancer: a comparative analysis.
David W. Kissane;Brenda Grabsch;Anthony Love;David M. Clarke.
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry (2004)
Supportive‐expressive group therapy for women with metastatic breast cancer: survival and psychosocial outcome from a randomized controlled trial
David W Kissane;Brenda Grabsch;David Murray Clarke;Graeme Crawford Smith.
Family focused grief therapy: a randomized, controlled trial in palliative care and bereavement.
David W Kissane;Maria McKenzie;Sidney Bloch;Chaya Moskowitz.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2006)
Psychological morbidity and quality of life in Australian women with early-stage breast cancer: a cross-sectional survey
David W Kissane;David M Clarke;Jillian Ikin;Sidney Bloch.
The Medical Journal of Australia (1998)
Psychological morbidity in the families of patients with cancer
David W. Kissane;Sidney Bloch;W. Ivon Burns;Dean McKenzie.
Psychosocial adjustment of female partners of men with prostate cancer: a review of the literature.
Jeremy Couper;Sidney Bloch;Anthony Love;Michelle Macvean.
Effect of Cognitive-Existential Group Therapy on Survival in Early-Stage Breast Cancer
David W. Kissane;Anthony Love;Allison Hatton;Sidney Bloch.
Journal of Clinical Oncology (2004)
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