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ISSN: 1049-7323

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Qualitative Health Research is a journal indexed in SJR in Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health with an H index of 130. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,222 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,222.

Qualitative Health Research focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: inflammatory, bowel, qualitative, hivpositive, groups, identity, illness, interviews, irelanda, it’s, ...

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Aims and Scope

inflammatory, bowel, qualitative, hivpositive, groups, identity, illness, interviews, irelanda, it’s, joint, learning, methodological, live, management, manners, market, alcohol, medicine, men, diseaseclassifying, antibiotics, approach, cards, challengeshiv, conducting, couples, defensive, disclosure, analyzing, diseaseserostatus, drug, echoes, ethical, fetish, findings, focus,

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Considering the Qualitative-Quantitative Language Divide

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Health Care While Homeless: Barriers, Facilitators, and the Lived Experiences of Homeless Individuals Accessing Health Care in a Canadian Regional Municipality

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Establishing Therapeutic Relationships With Vulnerable and Potentially Stigmatized Clients

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Hegemonic Masculinity, HIV/AIDS Risk Perception, and Sexual Behavior Change Among Young People in Ghana

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Narrative Turn or Blind Alley?

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Gender and Workplace Bullying

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Issues of Expressed Stigma of HIV/AIDS Among Professionals in Southern Sudan

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A Working Relationship Model That Reduces Homelessness Among People With Mental Illness

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Living Positively

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Clinical Expert or Service Provider? Physicians' Identity Work in the Context of Counterprofessional Patient Requests

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Power Imbalance and Consumerism in the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Health Care Providers' Experiences of Patient Encounters in a Rural District in India

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Exploring the Interlinkages Between Gender, Power, and Health in the Entertainment Establishment Settings in Kathmandu Nepal

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Land Mines in the Field: A Modest Proposal for Improving the Craft of Qualitative Health Research

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"This is the Best Fatal Illness That You Can Have"

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"Aging Out" of Violence: The Multiple Faces of Intimate Violence Over the Life Span

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