His primary areas of investigation include Mental health, Psychiatry, Mental illness, Public health and Criminal justice. His work carried out in the field of Mental health brings together such families of science as Psychological intervention, Gerontology, Health policy, Psychiatric hospital and Cohort. His Psychiatry research incorporates themes from Prison, Medicaid and Clinical psychology.
His Mental illness study frequently links to related topics such as Life course approach. In the subject of general Public health, his work in Health administration and Health informatics is often linked to Cross-sectional study, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Criminal justice study combines topics in areas such as Assertive community treatment, Criminalization, Public relations and Health services research.
William H. Fisher focuses on Mental health, Psychiatry, Mental illness, Public health and Criminal justice. The various areas that William H. Fisher examines in his Mental health study include Health care, Health policy, Gerontology, Family medicine and Justice. His Psychiatry research integrates issues from Cohort and Clinical psychology.
His Mental illness study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mental health law, Cohort study, Quality of life, Forensic psychiatry and Criminology. His research integrates issues of Medicaid, Managed care and Medical emergency in his study of Public health. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mental health court and Criminalization.
His primary areas of study are Mental health, Psychiatry, Mental illness, Substance abuse and Suicide prevention. William H. Fisher has researched Mental health in several fields, including Psychological intervention, Health care, Justice, Unemployment and Veterans Affairs. His research in Psychiatry intersects with topics in Criminal justice, Medicaid and Clinical psychology.
His study explores the link between Mental illness and topics such as Nursing that cross with problems in Social work, Evidence-based practice and Assertive community treatment. The Substance abuse study combines topics in areas such as Sobriety, Attendance and Anxiety. His work deals with themes such as Antisocial personality disorder and Human factors and ergonomics, which intersect with Suicide prevention.
His primary areas of investigation include Psychiatry, Mental health, Criminal justice, Clinical psychology and Substance abuse. Psychiatry connects with themes related to Clinical trial in his study. His work on Mental illness and Assertive community treatment as part of general Mental health research is frequently linked to Suicide prevention and Duration, bridging the gap between disciplines.
William H. Fisher combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Prison and Epidemiologic survey with his study of Criminal justice. His work on Dual diagnosis as part of general Clinical psychology study is frequently linked to Context, Grandiosity and Mania, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Substance abuse research includes elements of Supportive housing, Sobriety, Recidivism and Cohort.
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Prevalence, Severity, and Co-occurrence of Chronic Physical Health Problems of Persons With Serious Mental Illness
Danson R. Jones;Cathaleene Macias;Paul J. Barreira;William H. Fisher.
Psychiatric Services (2004)
Beyond criminalization: toward a criminologically informed framework for mental health policy and services research.
William H. Fisher;Eric Silver;Nancy Wolff.
Administration and Policy in Mental Health (2006)
Prevalence of Criminal Thinking among State Prison Inmates with Serious Mental Illness
Robert D. Morgan;William H. Fisher;Naihua Duan;Jon T. Mandracchia.
Law and Human Behavior (2010)
Patterns and prevalence of arrest in a statewide cohort of mental health care consumers.
William H. Fisher;Kristen M. Roy-Bujnowski;J.D. Albert J. Grudzinskas;Jonathan C. Clayfield.
Psychiatric Services (2006)
Managing the care of schizophrenia: Lessons from a 4-year Massachusetts Medicaid study
Barbara Dickey;Sharon Lise T. Normand;Sharon Lise T. Normand;Edward C. Norton;Hocine Azeni.
Archives of General Psychiatry (1996)
State policies and programs that address the needs of mentally ill mothers in the public sector
Joanne Nicholson;Jeffrey L. Geller;William H. Fisher;George L. Dion.
Psychiatric Services (1993)
A National Survey of Mobile Crisis Services and Their Evaluation
Jeffrey L. Geller;William H. Fisher;Melissa McDermeit.
Psychiatric Services (1995)
Integrating the criminal justice system into mental health service delivery: the worcester diversion experience.
Albert J. Grudzinskas;Jonathan C. Clayfield;Kristen M. Roy-Bujnowski;William H. Fisher.
Behavioral Sciences & The Law (2005)
Longitudinal patterns of offending during the transition to adulthood in youth from the mental health system
Maryann Davis;Steven M. Banks;William H. Fisher;Albert J. Grudzinskas Jr..
Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research (2004)
The changing role of the state psychiatric hospital
William H. Fisher;Jeffrey L. Geller;John A. Pandiani.
Health Affairs (2009)
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