Default: Social Science and Medicine

ISSN: 0277-9536

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Elsevier Ltd. United Kingdom
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Social Science and Medicine is a journal indexed in SJR in Medicine (miscellaneous) and Health (social science) with an H index of 243. It has a price of 2385 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,913 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Social Science and Medicine focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: health, social, care, study, developing, mental, stress, treatment, case, immigrants, ...

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health, social, care, study, developing, mental, stress, treatment, case, immigrants, mortality, risk, birth, blood, coping, cancer, disorders, evidence, research, socioeconomic, understanding,

Best articles

"Impact? What impact?" Epidemiological research findings in the public domain: a case study from north-east England

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A bothersome death' - Narrative accounts of infant mortality in Cape Town, South Africa

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A challenge to the cross-cultural validity of the SF-36 health survey: factor structure in Maori, Pacific and New Zealand European ethnic groups

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Adolescent smoking and family structure in Europe

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AIDS in Namibia

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AIDS, violence and behavioral coding: Information theory, risk behavior and dynamic process on core-group sociogeographic networks

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AIDS: Crisis in professional ethics

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American children: Risks and realities

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An economic analysis of the resettlement of people with mild learning disabilities and challenging behaviour

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An investigation into the cyclical incidence of dengue fever

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Anthropological approaches to the study of ethnomedicine

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Attitudes to traditional Chinese medicine amongst Western trained doctors in the People's Republic of China

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Building a New Biocultural Synthesis: Political-Economic Perspectives on Human Biology

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Capacity building to improve women's health in rural China

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Cataract surgery in a community hospital outreach clinic: patients' costs and satisfaction

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Child sexual abuse in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe

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Circumstances of post-neonatal deaths in Ceara, Northeast Brazil: mothers' health care-seeking behaviors during their infants' fatal illness

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Cost-effectiveness of the female condom in preventing HIV and STDs in commercial sex workers in rural South Africa

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Cross cultural communication of tetanus vaccinations in Bolivia

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Dava, Daktar, and Dua: Anthropology of practiced medicine in India

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Dental anxiety in Danish and Chinese adults - A cross-cultural perspective

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Determinants of general practitioner use among women in Australia

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Diffusion of ideas about personal hygiene and contamination in poor countries: evidence from Guatemala

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Do preventive health services reduce eventual demand for medical care?

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