Annual Review of Public Health

(The H4-Index of Annual Review of Public Health is 40. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Racism and Health: Evidence and Needed Research935
Lessons Learned from Public Health Mass Media Campaigns: Marketing Health in a Crowded Media World359
Lessons from Complex Interventions to Improve Health307
The Community-Based Strategy to Prevent Coronary Heart Disease: Conclusions from the Ten Years of the North Karelia Project295
Happiness and Health172
Policies of Exclusion: Implications for the Health of Immigrants and Their Children153
Measures of Racism, Sexism, Heterosexism, and Gender Binarism for Health Equity Research: From Structural Injustice to Embodied Harm—An Ecosocial Analysis147
From Developmental Origins of Adult Disease to Life Course Research on Adult Disease and Aging: Insights from Birth Cohort Studies127
Interventions to Support Behavioral Self-Management of Chronic Diseases115
Carcinogenesis Modeling: From Molecular Biology to Epidemiology110
Environmental Exposures and Depression: Biological Mechanisms and Epidemiological Evidence98
Moving From Discovery to System-Wide Change: The Role of Research in a Learning Health Care System: Experience from Three Decades of Health Systems Research in the Veterans Health Administration95
Lessons from Cost-Effectiveness Research for United States Public Health Policy90
Innovations in Mixed Methods Evaluations90
The Use of Excise Taxes to Reduce Tobacco, Alcohol, and Sugary Beverage Consumption87
The Digitization of Patient Care: A Review of the Effects of Electronic Health Records on Health Care Quality and Utilization85
Realist Synthesis for Public Health: Building an Ontologically Deep Understanding of How Programs Work, For Whom, and In Which Contexts83
Built Environment, Physical Activity, and Obesity: Findings from the International Physical Activity and Environment Network (IPEN) Adult Study82
Ambient Air Pollution, Noise, and Late-Life Cognitive Decline and Dementia Risk82
The Economic Case for the Prevention of Mental Illness82
Mortality and Morbidity From Injuries in Sports and Recreation80
Polio Eradication From the Western Hemisphere79
From Crowdsourcing to Extreme Citizen Science: Participatory Research for Environmental Health79
Global Environmental Change and Noncommunicable Disease Risks78
Aligning Programs and Policies to Support Food Security and Public Health Goals in the United States76
Causes and Patterns of Dementia: An Update in the Era of Redefining Alzheimer's Disease73
Precision Medicine from a Public Health Perspective72
Untangling Practice Redesign from Disease Management: How Do We Best Care for the Chronically Ill?69
Biological Interactions and Potential Health Effects of Extremely-Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields From Power Lines and Other Common Sources59
Findings for Public Health From Meta-Analyses58
The Next Generation of Diabetes Translation: A Path to Health Equity55
School Health as a Strategy to Improve Both Public Health and Education54
Effects of Policies Designed to Keep Firearms from High-Risk Individuals51
Solving Homelessness from a Complex Systems Perspective: Insights for Prevention Responses50
Hazardous Air Pollutants Associated with Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Development: A Critical Synthesis of Current Peer-Reviewed Literature48
Television News Coverage of Public Health Issues and Implications for Public Health Policy and Practice48
Toward a Systems Approach to Enteric Pathogen Transmission: From Individual Independence to Community Interdependence45
Injuries From Traffic Crashes: Meeting the Challenge40
Making Health Research Matter: A Call to Increase Attention to External Validity40