Culture Medicine and Psychiatry

(The TQCC of Culture Medicine and Psychiatry is 3. 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.)
Embodied Belonging: In/exclusion, Health Care, and Well-Being in a World in Motion27
“Thinking Too Much”: A Systematic Review of the Idiom of Distress in Sub-Saharan Africa25
Recovering Uncertainty: Exploring Eating Disorder Recovery in Context15
Transcultural Psychiatry: Cultural Difference, Universalism and Social Psychiatry in the Age of Decolonisation14
Ancient Roots of Today’s Emerging Renaissance in Psychedelic Medicine13
Feeling Seen, Being Heard: Perspectives of Patients Suffering from Mental Illness on the Possibility of Physician-Assisted Death in the Netherlands12
From Craft to Labor: How Automation is Transforming the Practice of Psychotherapy12
“A Free People, Controlled Only by God”: Circulating and Converting Criticism of Vaccination in Jerusalem12
Do Doctors Differentiate Between Suicide and Physician-Assisted Death? A Qualitative Study into the Views of Psychiatrists and General Practitioners11
“Asylum is the Most Powerful Medicine”: Navigating Therapeutic Interventions in Limbo11
Placing precarity: access and belonging in the shifting landscape of UK mental health care10
Tension and Other Idioms of Distress Among Slum Dwelling Young Men: A Qualitative Study of Depression in Urban Bangladesh9
Similarities and Differences in Interoceptive Bodily Awareness Between US-American and Japanese Cultures: A Focus-Group Study in Bicultural Japanese-Americans9
Negotiating Engagement, Worthiness of Care and Cultural Identities Through Intersubjective Recognition: Migrant Patient Perspectives on the Cultural Formulation Interview in Danish Mental Healthcare9
From Lay Depression Narratives to Secular Ritual Healing: An Online Ethnography of Mental Health Forums9
Cultivating Doctors’ Gut Feeling: Experience, Temporality and Politics of Gut Feelings in Family Medicine8
Channeling: A Non-pathological Possession and Dissociative Identity Experience or Something Else?8
Depression, Deprivation, and Dysbiosis: Polyiatrogenesis in Multiple Chronic Illnesses8
Breathing Together: Children Co-constructing Asthma Self-Management in the United States8
Harm Reduction Principles in a Street Medicine Program: A Qualitative Study6
Senses of Touch: The Absence and Presence of Touch in Health Care Encounters of Patients with Mental Illness6
‘The Explanation You Have Been Looking For’: Neurobiology as Promise and Hermeneutic Closure6
A Cross-Cultural Analysis of the Prevalence and Risk Factors for Prenatal Depression in Spain and Mexico6
Politics of Plasticity: Implications of the New Science of the “Teen Brain” for Education6
What About Us? Experiences of Relatives Regarding Physician-Assisted Death for Patients Suffering from Mental Illness: A Qualitative Study6
Doodling as a Measure of Burnout in Healthcare Researchers6
In Their Own Words: Using Open-Ended Assessment to Identify Culturally Relevant Concerns among Kenyan Adolescents5
Santos Remedios: How Mexican Immigrants Use Authoritative Healing Knowledge to Survive Migration5
On Exclusionary Violence and Its Subcutaneous Consequences: A Commentary5
What Can the Chemical Hold?: The Politics of Efficacy in the Psychedelic Renaissance5
Psychotheraputic Dimensions of an Islamic-Sufi-Based Rehabilitation Center: A Case Study5
‘I am Dying a Slow Death of White Guilt’: Spiritual Carers in a South African Hospice Navigate Issues of Race and Cultural Diversity4
Psychologists’ Perspectives on the Psychological Suffering of Refugee Patients in Brazil4
Anticipatory Grief in Dementia: An Ethnographic Study of Loss and Connection4
The Cultural Hybridization of Mothering in French Prison Nurseries: A Qualitative Study4
“We Need Other Human Beings in Order to be Human”: Examining the Indigenous Philosophy of Umunthu and Strengthening Mental Health Interventions4
‘No-One Can Tell a Story Better than the One Who Lived It’: Reworking Constructions of Childhood and Trauma Through the Arts in Rwanda4
Help-Seeking Undocumented Migrants in the Netherlands: Mental Health, Adverse Life Events, and Living Conditions4
Material Environments and the Shaping of Anorexic Embodiment: Towards A Materialist Account of Eating Disorders3
Food and Trauma: Anthropologies of Memory and Postmemory3
Psychosis Without Meaning: Creating Modern Clinical Psychiatry, 1950 to 19803
Examining the Etiology and Treatment of Mental Illness Among Vodou Priests in Northern Haiti3
Reanimating the Body: Comics Creation as an Embodiment of Life with Cancer3
‘A Smaller Mask’: Freedom and Authenticity in Autistic Space3
Staying Together No Matter What: Becoming Young Parents on the Streets of Vancouver3
Intangible Cultural Heritage: ‘Curating’ the Human3
Therapists’ Experiences of Working with Ethnic Minority Females with Eating Disorders: A Qualitative Study3
Spirit Mediumship and Mental Health: Therapeutic Self-transformation Among Dang-kis in Singapore3
Trauma and Police Violence: Issues and Implications for Mental Health Professionals3
Introduction to Special Issue: Psychiatry as Social Medicine3
The Hair in the Garland: Hair Loss and Social Stress Among Women in South India3
Explanatory Models of (Mental) Health Among Sub-Saharan African Migrants in Belgium: A Qualitative Study of Healthcare Professionals’ Perceptions and Practices3
Embodied Memory, Affective Imagination, and Vigilance: Navigating Food Allergies in Japan3
Nationalism, Authoritarianism, and Medical Mobilization in Post-revolutionary Egypt3
“Guys with Big Muscles Have Misplaced Priorities”: Masculinities and Muscularities in Young South Korean Men’s Body Image3
The Evolving Culture Concept in Psychiatric Cultural Formulation: Implications for Anthropological Theory and Psychiatric Practice3
Evenings with Molly: Adult Couples’ Use of MDMA for Relationship Enhancement3