Tomas Hemmingsson spends much of his time researching Demography, Relative risk, Gerontology, Cohort and Psychiatry. His Demography research incorporates themes from Middle age, Life course approach, Epidemiology and Public health. His work in Relative risk covers topics such as Socioeconomic status which are related to areas like Cross-sectional study.
Tomas Hemmingsson combines subjects such as Body mass index and Hand strength with his study of Gerontology. His work deals with themes such as Cohort study and Hazard ratio, Confidence interval, which intersect with Cohort. Tomas Hemmingsson works mostly in the field of Psychiatry, limiting it down to topics relating to Risk factor and, in certain cases, Longitudinal study and Young adult, as a part of the same area of interest.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Demography, Cohort, Cohort study, Gerontology and Psychiatry. His Demography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Epidemiology, Disability pension, Relative risk, Middle age and Unemployment. His Cohort study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Young adult, Mental health, Socioeconomic status and Coronary heart disease.
His Cohort study research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Risk factor and Hazard ratio. Within one scientific family, Tomas Hemmingsson focuses on topics pertaining to Longitudinal study under Gerontology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Bipolar disorder. His Intelligence quotient, Cannabis, Substance abuse and Schizophrenia study in the realm of Psychiatry connects with subjects such as Suicide prevention.
Demography, Cohort, Workload, Cohort study and Mental health are his primary areas of study. Tomas Hemmingsson has researched Demography in several fields, including Body mass index, Epidemiology, Disability pension, Middle age and Socioeconomic status. Tomas Hemmingsson combines subjects such as Liver disease, Workforce and Cirrhosis with his study of Epidemiology.
In his research, Life course approach and Lifestyle factors is intimately related to Public health, which falls under the overarching field of Cohort. His Cohort study study often links to related topics such as Young adult. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Mental health, concentrating on Unemployment and frequently concerns with Stressor.
Tomas Hemmingsson mainly focuses on Demography, Mental health, Epidemiology, Test and Correlation. He interconnects Psychosocial, Cohort and Public health in the investigation of issues within Demography. He combines topics linked to Quartile with his work on Cohort.
His Public health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Body mass index, Workforce, Logistic regression, Cohort study and Lifestyle factors. His research in Mental health intersects with topics in Socioeconomic status, Falling and Unemployment. His work deals with themes such as Liver disease, Cirrhosis, Proportional hazards model and Hepatology, which intersect with Epidemiology.
A Longitudinal Study of Premorbid IQ Score and Risk of Developing Schizophrenia,Bipolar Disorder, Severe Depression, and Other Nonaffective Psychoses
Stanley Zammit;Peter Allebeck;Anthony S. David;Christina Dalman.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2004)
Cardiovascular disease, chronic kidney disease, and diabetes mortality burden of cardiometabolic risk factors from 1980 to 2010: a comparative risk assessment.
Goodarz Danaei;Yuan Lu;Gitanjali M. Singh;Emily Carnahan.
The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology (2014)
Early-Onset Depression, Anxiety, and Risk of Subsequent Coronary Heart Disease: 37-Year Follow-Up of 49,321 Young Swedish Men
Imre Janszky;Staffan Ahnve;Ingvar Lundberg;Tomas Hemmingsson.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2010)
Childhood Socioeconomic Position and Objectively Measured Physical Capability Levels in Adulthood: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
Kate Birnie;Rachel Cooper;Richard M. Martin;Diana Kuh.
PLOS ONE (2011)
Unemployment and mortality—a longitudinal prospective study on selection and causation in 49321 Swedish middle-aged men
Andreas Lundin;Ingvar Lundberg;Lennart Hallsten;Jan Ottosson.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2010)
Self-rated health and mortality among young men: what is the relation and how may it be explained?
Daniel Larsson;Tomas Hemmingsson;Peter Allebeck;Ingvar Lundberg.
Scandinavian Journal of Public Health (2002)
Investigating the association between cigarette smoking and schizophrenia in a cohort study.
Stanley Zammit;Peter Allebeck;Christina Dalman;Ingvar Lundberg.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2003)
Cannabis, schizophrenia and other non-affective psychoses: 35 years of follow-up of a population-based cohort
E. Manrique-Garcia;Stanley Zammit;C. Dalman;T. Hemmingsson.
Psychological Medicine (2012)
Smoking at age 18–20 and suicide during 26 years of follow-up—how can the association be explained?
Tomas Hemmingsson;David Kriebel.
International Journal of Epidemiology (2003)
To what extent may the association between immigrant status and mental illness be explained by socioeconomic factors
Petter Tinghög;Tomas Hemmingsson;Ingvar Lundberg.
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology (2007)
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