Journal of Urban Health-Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine

(The TQCC of Journal of Urban Health-Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine is 27. 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.)
Widening Rural–Urban Disparities in All-Cause Mortality and Mortality from Major Causes of Death in the USA, 1969–2009194
Challenges and Facilitating Factors in Sustaining Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships: Lessons Learned from the Detroit, New York City and Seattle Urban Research Centers186
Effectiveness of Respondent-Driven Sampling for Recruiting Drug Users in New York City: Findings from a Pilot Study173
Successful linkage of medical care and community services for HIV-positive offenders being released from prison146
Can Communities and Academia Work Together on Public Health Research? Evaluation Results From a Community-Based Participatory Research Partnership in Detroit144
Why the Neighborhood Social Environment Is Critical in Obesity Prevention126
Implementation and Analysis of Respondent Driven Sampling: Lessons Learned from the Field117
Race, Medical Mistrust, and Segregation in Primary Care as Usual Source of Care: Findings from the Exploring Health Disparities in Integrated Communities Study116
Monitoring of Health and Demographic Outcomes in Poor Urban Settlements: Evidence from the Nairobi Urban Health and Demographic Surveillance System112
Longitudinal Investigation of Methamphetamine Use Among Gay and Bisexual Men in New York City: Findings from Project BUMPS103
Vulnerability to Food Insecurity in Urban Slums: Experiences from Nairobi, Kenya96
Using Index of Concentration at the Extremes as Indicators of Structural Racism to Evaluate the Association with Preterm Birth and Infant Mortality—California, 2011–201293
Estimating the Prevalence of Injection Drug Users in the U.S. and in Large U.S. Metropolitan Areas from 1992 to 200278
Drug-Related Mortality and Fatal Overdose Risk: Pilot Cohort Study of Heroin Users Recruited From Specialist Drug Treatment Sites in London75
Short-Term Impact of Experience Corps(R) Participation on Children and Schools: Results From a Pilot Randomized Trial72
Building a Data Platform for Cross-Country Urban Health Studies: the SALURBAL Study71
Promoting Environmental Health Policy Through Community Based Participatory Research: A Case Study from Harlem, New York68
Patterns of Nonfatal Heroin Overdose Over a 3-Year Period: Findings From the Australian Treatment Outcome Study68
Do Neighborhood Economic Characteristics, Racial Composition, and Residential Stability Predict Perceptions of Stress Associated with the Physical and Social Environment? Findings from a Multilevel An65
Research on a Vulnerable Neighborhood—The Vancouver Downtown Eastside from 2001 to 201165
Asthma and the home environment of low-income urban children: Preliminary findings from the seattle-king county healthy homes project62
A Multilevel Analysis of Social Ties and Social Cohesion among Latinos and Their Neighborhoods: Results from Chicago61
Linking HIV-positive Jail Inmates to Treatment, Care, and Social Services After Release: Results from a Qualitative Assessment of the COMPASS Program58
Built Environment and Physical Activity for Transportation in Adults from Curitiba, Brazil56
“You Do Not Think of Me as a Human Being”: Race and Gender Inequities Intersect to Discourage Police Reporting of Violence against Women56
The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on College Students’ Health and Financial Stability in New York City: Findings from a Population-Based Sample of City University of New York (CUNY) Students55
Building and Sustaining Community-Institutional Partnerships for Prevention Research: Findings from a National Collaborative54
Homelessness and the Response to Emerging Infectious Disease Outbreaks: Lessons from SARS53
Individual-Level Predictors for Becoming Homeless and Exiting Homelessness: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis53
Sustained Reductions in Drug Use and Depression Symptoms from Treatment for Drug Abuse in Methamphetamine-Dependent Gay and Bisexual Men52
Increased Presence of Fentanyl in Cocaine-Involved Fatal Overdoses: Implications for Prevention51
Respondent-Driven Sampling in a Study of Drug Users in New York City: Notes from the Field50
Objective Measures of the Built Environment and Physical Activity in Children: From Walkability to Moveability50
Metropolitan Income Inequality and Working-Age Mortality: A Cross-Sectional Analysis Using Comparable Data from Five Countries49
What Factors Contribute to Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in Urban, Conflict-Affected Settings? Qualitative Findings from Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire49
Lessons from Hurricane Sandy: a Community Response in Brooklyn, New York48
Allostatic Load: Importance, Markers, and Score Determination in Minority and Disparity Populations45
A Qualitative View of Drug Use Behaviors of Mexican Male Injection Drug Users Deported from the United States44
Housing Instability among People Who Inject Drugs: Results from the Australian Needle and Syringe Program Survey44
Community Reentry: Perceptions of People with Substance Use Problems Returning Home from New York City Jails43
Risk-Taking Behaviors Among Injecting Drug Users Who Obtain Syringes From Pharmacies, Fixed Sites, and Mobile Van Needle Exchanges43
Women’s Reproductive Health in Slum Populations in India: Evidence From NFHS-342
Implementing Targeted Sampling: Lessons Learned from Recruiting Female Sex Workers in Baltimore, MD41
Variation in Rates of Fatal Police Shootings across US States: the Role of Firearm Availability41
Addressing Intersecting Housing and Overdose Crises in Vancouver, Canada: Opportunities and Challenges from a Tenant-Led Overdose Response Intervention in Single Room Occupancy Hotels41
History of Solitary Confinement Is Associated with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms among Individuals Recently Released from Prison40
Experiences of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)–Related Stigma among Black MSM PrEP Users in Los Angeles39
Family Planning Use among Urban Poor Women from Six Cities of Uttar Pradesh, India39
Cities and Calamities: Learning from Post-Disaster Response in Indonesia38
Project Liberty: a Public Health Response to New Yorkers' Mental Health Needs Arising From the World Trade Center Terrorist Attacks37
Risk of Several Cancers is Higher in Urban Areas after Adjusting for Socioeconomic Status. Results from a Two-Country Population-Based Study of 18 Common Cancers36
Cultural Capital and Self-Rated Health in Low Income Women: Evidence from the Urban Health Study, Beirut, Lebanon36
Foreclosure and Health in Southern Europe: Results from the Platform for People Affected by Mortgages36
Willingness to Use Safe Consumption Spaces among Opioid Users at High Risk of Fentanyl Overdose in Baltimore, Providence, and Boston36
Methamphetamine Use Trends among Street-Recruited Gay and Bisexual Males, from 1999 to 200736
Revealing and Responding to Multiple Health Risks in Informal Settlements in Sub-Saharan African Cities35
Perceptions of Neighborhood Environment, Sense of Community, and Self-Rated Health: an Age-Friendly City Project in Hong Kong35
Transactional Sex among Men Who Have Sex with Men: Differences by Substance Use and HIV Status35
Development of a Neighborhood Walkability Index for Studying Neighborhood Physical Activity Contexts in Communities across the U.S. over the Past Three Decades35
Involving women in HIV vaccine efficacy trials: Lessons learned from a vaccine prepared ness study in New York City34
Race/Ethnicity Differences in the Validity of Self-Reported Drug Use: Results from a Household Survey32
Alcohol Outlet Clusters and Population Disparities31
Preventing Injection Drug use Initiation: State of the Evidence and Opportunities for the Future31
Trends in Causes of Adult Deaths among the Urban Poor: Evidence from Nairobi Urban Health and Demographic Surveillance System, 2003–201231
Beliefs Associated with Pharmacy-Based Naloxone: a Qualitative Study of Pharmacy-Based Naloxone Purchasers and People at Risk for Opioid Overdose31
The Risk Environment for HIV Transmission: Results from the Atlanta and Flagstaff Network Studies31
Involving Local Health Departments in Community Health Partnerships: Evaluation Results from the Partnership for the Public’s Health Initiative30
Potential Bridges of Heterosexual HIV Transmission from Drug Users to the General Population in St. Petersburg, Russia: Is it Easy to be a Young Female?29
Policing, Community Fragmentation, and Public Health: Observations from Baltimore29
Do Migrant Children Face Greater Health Hazards in Slum Settlements? Evidence from Nairobi, Kenya29
Neighborhood Environment and DNA Methylation: Implications for Cardiovascular Disease Risk29
From Treatment to Prevention: The Interplay Between HIV/AIDS Treatment Availability and HIV/AIDS Prevention Programming in Khayelitsha, South Africa29
In the Heat of the Summer29
Prison Population Reductions and COVID-19: A Latent Profile Analysis Synthesizing Recent Evidence From the Texas State Prison System28
The Prison and Transition Health (PATH) Cohort Study: Study Protocol and Baseline Characteristics of a Cohort of Men with a History of Injecting Drug Use Leaving Prison in Australia28
Addressing Inequities in Urban Health: Do Decision-Makers Have the Data They Need? Report from the Urban Health Data Special Session at International Conference on Urban Health Dhaka 201528
Urban Heat Island and Future Climate Change—Implications for Delhi’s Heat27
Findings from an Organizational Network Analysis to Support Local Public Health Management27