Medical Anthropology

Papers
(The TQCC of Medical Anthropology is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
How COVID-19 Reveals Structures of Vulnerability64
“Mix or Match?”: Transnational Fertility Industry and White Desirability33
Eating and Being Eaten: The Meanings of Hunger among Marind28
Connection, Contagion, and COVID-1923
COVID-19, Public Authority and Enforcement21
Deadly Companions: COVID-19 and Diabetes in Mexico19
From Cruddiness to Catastrophe: COVID-19 and Long-term Care in Ontario17
“Making Medicine” withSalvia divinorum: Competing Approaches and Their Implications16
Familial Vulnerability: Legal Status and Mental Health within Mixed-Status Families14
Ringing the Existential Alarm: Exploring BirthStrike for Climate14
The Uncertain Presence: Experiences of Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer13
Demographic Anxieties in the Age of ‘Fertility Decline’11
Food Charity, Shame/ing and the Enactment of Worth11
Invisible Autistic Infrastructure: Ethnographic Reflections on an Autistic Community11
Immigration, Mental Health and Psychosocial Well-being10
“Demand Side” Health Insurance in India: The Price of Obfuscation9
Emotion Work during Colorectal Cancer Treatments9
Motherhood in Spain: From the “Baby Boom” to “Structural Infertility”8
Are There Global Syndemics?8
Deploying Normality: Cancer Survivor Identity and Authenticity in Ritual-like Practice8
Cultures of Nutrition: Classification, Food Policy, and Health7
Taking Opportunities, Taking Medicines: Antibiotic Use in Rural Eastern Uganda7
The Body in the Mirror: Breast Cancer, Liminality and Borderlands7
Private Services and the Fragmentation of Maternity Care in Poland7
The Allure of Scapegoating Return Migrants during a Pandemic7
Ambiguous Loss and Embodied Grief Related to Mexican Migrant Disappearances7
“Are You Sure It’s Not the Corona Vaccine?” An Ebola Vaccine Trial During COVID-19 in DRC7
Chagas Disease across Contexts: Scientific Knowledge in a Globalized World6
Navigating Breast Cancer Screening in Rural Missouri: From Patient Navigation to Social Navigation5
Reproduction, Life-course and Vital Conjunctures in the Context of Austerity5
Chagas Congenital Screening in Switzerland: Processes of Recognition and Knowledge-Sharing5
Collective Care Amid US Individualism Through COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Participation5
Patient Engagement, Chronic Illness, and the Subject of Health Care Reform5
Covid-19 Riskscapes: Viral Risk Perceptions in the African Great Lakes5
Introduction: Disease Reservoirs: From Colonial Medicine to One Health5
Game-changing? When Biomarker Discovery and Novel Forms of Patient Work Meet5
Antibiotics and the Biopolitics of Sex Work in Zimbabwe5
How Communicative Approaches Enrich the Study of Care5
Re-examining Norms of Disrespect and Abuse in the Second Stage of Labor in Tanzanian Maternity Care5
Negotiating Intersecting Precarities: COVID-19, Pandemic Preparedness and Response in Africa5
Adapt and Adjust: Doing UK-Based Ethnographic Fieldwork During the Covid-19 Pandemic5
Remaking the Technosubject: Kenyan Men Contextualizing HIV Self-Testing Technologies5
Controversy Over Tongue-Tie: Divisions in the Community of Healthcare Professionals5
Precarious Lives, Precarious Treatments: Making Drug Treatment Work in Northern Myanmar5
Upholding Success: Asian Americans, Egg Freezing, and the Fertility Paradox5
Covid-19 and Social Stigma in Hospitals: A New Epidemic of Signification?5
What Escapes Persuasion: Why Intellectual Disability Troubles ‘Dependence’ in Liberal Societies4
Kinship, Connective Care, and Disability in Jordan4
Demographic Anxiety and Abortion: Italian Pro-Life Volunteers’ and Gynecologists’ Perspectives4
Surgical Teamwork and the Pragmatic Ethics of the Outcome4
Decision-making and Poor Prognosis: When Death is Silenced by Action4
Reproductive Entanglements in Times of War: Transnational Gestational Surrogacy in Ukraine and Beyond4
Caught up in Care: Crafting Moral Subjects of Chronic Fatigue4
On Living And Moving With Zor: Exploring Racism, Embodiment, And Health In Albania4
Subject in the Making: Technologies of the Self and Aspirations for a Good Life in Contemporary Denmark4
Emotion as Motivator: Parents, Professionals and Diagnosing Childhood Deafness4
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