Hadass Goldblatt
Hadass Goldblatt
Professor, University of Haifa, Israel
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Is there intergenerational transmission of trauma? The case of combat veterans' children
R Dekel, H Goldblatt
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 78 (3), 281-289, 2008
Sharing qualitative research findings with participants: Study experiences of methodological and ethical dilemmas
H Goldblatt, O Karnieli-Miller, M Neumann
Patient education and counseling 82 (3), 389-395, 2011
Being a wife of a veteran with posttraumatic stress disorder
R Dekel, H Goldblatt, M Keidar, Z Solomon, M Polliack
Family Relations 54 (1), 24-36, 2005
Caring for abused women: impact on nurses’ professional and personal life experiences
H Goldblatt
Journal of advanced nursing 65 (8), 1645-1654, 2009
Determinants of physician empathy during medical education: hypothetical conclusions from an exploratory qualitative survey of practicing physicians
F Ahrweiler, M Neumann, H Goldblatt, EG Hahn, C Scheffer
BMC medical education 14, 1-12, 2014
Growth in the shadow of war: The case of social workers and nurses working in a shared war reality
R Lev-Wiesel, H Goldblatt, Z Eisikovits, H Admi
British Journal of Social Work 39 (6), 1154-1174, 2009
Why and how people decide to stop taking prescribed psychiatric medication: exploring the subjective process of choice.
D Roe, H Goldblatt, V Baloush-Klienman, M Swarbrick, L Davidson
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 33 (1), 38, 2009
Strategies of coping among adolescents experiencing interparental violence
H Goldblatt
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 18 (5), 532-552, 2003
Paramedics’ experiences and coping strategies when encountering critical incidents
N Avraham, H Goldblatt, E Yafe
Qualitative health research 24 (2), 194-208, 2014
Between the professional and the private: The meaning of working with intimate partner violence in social workers' private lives
H Goldblatt, E Buchbinder, Z Eisikovits, I Arizon-Mesinger
Violence against women 15 (3), 362-384, 2009
Stressful childbirth situations: a qualitative study of midwives
O Halperin, H Goldblatt, A Noble, I Raz, I Zvulunov, ...
Journal of midwifery & women's health 56 (4), 388-394, 2011
Challenging gender roles: The impact on female social work students of working with abused women
H Goldblatt, E Buchbinder
Journal of Social Work Education 39 (2), 255-275, 2003
Between standardisation and resilience: nurses' emergent risk management strategies during handovers
A Drach‐Zahavy, H Goldblatt, A Maizel
Journal of Clinical Nursing 24 (3-4), 592-601, 2015
Being within or being between? The cultural context of Arab women's experience of coping with breast cancer in Israel
H Goldblatt, M Cohen, F Azaiza, R Manassa
Psycho‐oncology 22 (4), 869-875, 2013
Role taking of youths in a family context: Adolescents exposed to interparental violence
H Goldblatt, Z Eisikovits
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 75 (4), 644-657, 2005
Partner accounts of intimate violence: Towards a theoretical model
Z Eisikovits, H Goldblatt, Z Winstok
Families in Society 80 (6), 606-619, 1999
Barriers to using psycho-oncology services: a qualitative research into the perspectives of users, their relatives, non-users, physicians, and nurses
M Neumann, M Galushko, U Karbach, H Goldblatt, A Visser, M Wirtz, ...
Supportive Care in Cancer 18, 1147-1156, 2010
Navigating among worlds: The experience of Ethiopian adolescents in Israel
H Goldblatt, S Rosenblum
Journal of Adolescent Research 22 (6), 585-611, 2007
The hidden dropout phenomenon among immigrant high-school students: The case of Ethiopian adolescents in Israel—A pilot study
S Rosenblum, H Goldblatt, V Moin
School Psychology International 29 (1), 105-127, 2008
Enhancing medical students’ reflectivity in mentoring groups for professional development–a qualitative analysis
G Lutz, N Pankoke, H Goldblatt, M Hofmann, M Zupanic
BMC medical education 17, 1-12, 2017
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