Bulletin of the History of Medicine

(The TQCC of Bulletin of the History of Medicine is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Psychiatry on a Shoestring: West Africa and the Global Movements of Deinstitutionalization13
Epidemic Time: Thinking from the Sickbed7
Spectacles of Difference: The Racial Scripting of Epidemic Disparities7
What Is an Epidemic? AIDS in Historical Perspective6
Epidemics Have Lost the Plot5
Introduction: Reimagining Epidemics5
In Sickness and in Health: Expert Discussions on Abortion Indications, Risks, and Patient-Doctor Relationships in Postwar Poland4
Skin and Disease in Early Modern Medicine: Jan Jessen's De cute, et cutaneis affectibus (1601)4
Acupuncture Anesthesia on American Bodies: Communism, Race, and the Cold War in the Making of “Legitimate” Medical Science4
Phantom Menace: Dengue and Yellow Fever in Asia4
The Dramaturgy of Epidemics4
White Coats, White Hoods: The Medical Politics of the Ku Klux Klan in 1920s America3
The Crisis of Crisis: Rethinking Epidemics from Hong Kong3
Revisiting "What Is an Epidemic?" in the Time of COVID-19: Lessons from the History of Latin American Public Health3
Preventing Plague, Bringing Balance: Wildlife Protection as Public Health in the Interwar Union of South Africa3
Blowing Smoke Up Your Arse: Drowning, Resuscitation, and Public Health in Eighteenth-Century Venice3
Looking Sideways: Locating Epidemics and Erasures in South Asia3
From Embryotomy to Cesarean: Changes in Obstetric Operatory Techniques in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Urban Brazil2
Epidemics from the Perspective of Professional Nursing: Beyond Germs, Public Health, and Pot Banging2
The Gospel of Wealth and the National Health: The Rockefeller Foundation and Social Medicine in Britain's NHS, 1945–602
St. Luke's Hospice: Prioritizing Comfort, Not Cure, in the Hospital Setting2
Electroconvulsive Therapy in the Shadow of the Gas Chambers: Medical Innovation and Human Experimentation in Auschwitz2
From “Honeymoon Period” to “Stable Marriage”: The Rise of Management Consultants in British Health Policymaking2
Reconsidering the Dramaturgy2
No Time for Statistics: Joseph Lister's Antisepsis and Types of Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century British Surgery2
What Historians of Medicine Can Learn from Historians of Capitalism2
In Quest of Justice: Islamic Law and Forensic Medicine in Modern Egypt by Khaled Fahmy1
What Is and Was an Epidemic1
Los enfermos en la España barroca y el pluralismo médico: espacios, estrategias y actitudes by Carolin Schmitz1
The Other Milk: Reinventing Soy in Republican China by Jia-Chen Fu1
Keeping Vaccination Simple: Building French Immunization Schedules, 1959–19991
Notes from the Field: Teaching the History of Epidemics in the Midst of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic1
Aborted Dreams and Contested Labors: The Société Royale de Médecine’s 1786 Survey of Midwives1
Migraine: A History by Katherine Foxhall1
"Visceral Consciousness": The Gut-Brain Axis in Sleep and Sleeplessness in Britain and America, 1850–19141
A Modern Contagion: Imperialism and Public Health in Iran's Age of Cholera by Amir A. Afkhami1
Materia medica: Savoirs et usages de médicaments aux époques médiéviales et modernes ed. by Philip Rieder and François Zanetti1
Rest in Pieces: Body Donation in Mid-Twentieth Century America1
The Commerce of Vision: Optical Culture and Perception in Antebellum America by Peter John Brownlee1
A Weary Road: Shell Shock in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914–1918 by Mark Osborne Humphries, and: Shell-Shock and Medical Culture in First World War Britain by Tracey Loughran1
The Unconventional Career of Dr. Muriel Bell by Diana Brown1
Silent Cells: The Secret Drugging of Captive America by Anthony Ryan Hatch1
Smoking Under the Tsars: A History of Tobacco in Imperial Russia by Tricia Starks1
On the Heels of Ignorance: Psychiatry and the Politics of Not Knowing by Owen Whooley1
Embracing Allied Approaches to Public Health: Luxembourg's Industrial Elites and the Rockefeller Mission against Tuberculosis in France after the First World War1
“Sisters of a Darker Race”: African American Graduates of the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1867–19251
Mother Is a Verb: An Unconventional History by Sarah Knott1
Itineraries and Transformations: John of Burgundy's Plague Treatise1
Beyond Imperturbability: The Nineteenth-Century Medical Casebook as Affective Genre1
Viral Networks: Connecting Digital Humanities and Medical History ed. by E. Thomas Ewing and Katherine Randall1
Help Without Hassles: Instituting Community-Based Care for U.S. Veterans after the War in Vietnam1
Stacking the Coffins: Influenza, War and Revolution in Ireland, 1918–19 by Ida Milne1
War Against Smallpox: Edward Jenner and the Global Spread of Vaccination by Michael Bennett1
The Cambridge Companion to Hippocrates ed. by Peter E. Pormann1
From Asylum to Prison: Deinstitutionalization and the Rise of Mass Incarceration after 1945 by Anne E. Parsons1
Epidemics And Disability1
Introduction: Reimagining Epidemics1
Dead or Alive? Stillbirth Registration, Premature Babies, and the Definition of Life in England and Wales, 1836–19601
“Not Just for Doctors Anymore”: How the Merck Manual Became a Consumer Health “Bible”1
Disabilities and the Disabled in the Roman World: A Social and Cultural History by Christian Laes1
“We Belt the World”: Dr. Leslie E. Keeley’s “Gold Cure” and the Medicalization of Addiction in 1890s London1
The Body Populace: Military Statistics and Demography in Europe before the First World War by Heinrich Hartmann1
A Trilingual Medical Compendium from Medieval Oxford, Now in the Collection of the State Library Victoria1
Animals and the Shaping of Modern Medicine: One Health and Its Histories ed. by Abigail Woods et al.1
Translating the Body: Medical Education in Southeast Asia ed. by C. Hans Pols Michele Thompson, and John Harley Warner1
Comment: Toward a History of Health Care: Repositioning the Histories of Nursing and Medicine1
The Neglected Role of Buddhism in the Development of Medicine in Late Imperial China Viewed through the Life and Work of Yu Chang 喻昌 (1585–1664)1
The Social and Emotional World of Twentieth-Century Anglo-American Surgery: The James IV Association of Surgeons1
Proteins, Pathologies, and Politics: Dietary Innovation and Disease from the Nineteenth Century ed. by David Gentilcore and Matthew Smith1