Journal of Health Services Research & Policy

Papers
(The median citation count of Journal of Health Services Research & Policy is 2. 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 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
ArticleCitations
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on persons with multiple sclerosis: Early findings from a survey on disruptions in care and self-reported outcomes29
Reorganizing and integrating public health, health care, social care and wider public services: a theory-based framework for collaborative adaptive health networks to achieve the triple aim22
Integration of mental health counselling into chronic disease services at the primary health care level: Formative research on dedicated versus designated strategies in the Western Cape, South Africa21
How do frontline staff use patient experience data for service improvement? Findings from an ethnographic case study evaluation20
The impacts of accountable care organizations on patient experience, health outcomes and costs: a rapid review19
Exploring the role of lay and professional patient navigators in Canada18
Clarifying the concept of avoidable emergency department attendance18
Polyphonic perspectives on health and care: Reflections from two decades of the DIPEx project17
Is the rise of crowdfunding for medical expenses in the United Kingdom symptomatic of systemic gaps in health and social care?15
Healthcare utilization among migrants to the UK: cross-sectional analysis of two national surveys14
Getting the whole story: Integrating patient complaints and staff reports of unsafe care12
Understanding adaptive teamwork in health care: Progress and future directions10
Understanding factors influencing antibiotic prescribing behaviour in rural China: a qualitative process evaluation of a cluster randomized controlled trial10
‘It’s possibly made us feel a little more alienated’: How people from ethnic minority communities conceptualise COVID-19 and its influence on engagement with testing10
Implementing major system change in specialist cancer surgery: The role of provider networks10
Does prevention-focused integration lead to the triple aim? An evaluation of two new care models in England9
Consequences of ‘conversations not had’: insights into failures in communication affecting delays in hospital discharge for older people living with frailty9
Are advanced clinical practice roles in England’s National Health Service a remedy for workforce problems? A qualitative study of senior staff perspectives8
Sociodemographic inequalities in patients’ experiences of primary care: an analysis of the General Practice Patient Survey in England between 2011 and 20178
Patient preferences for use of virtual consultations in an orthopaedic rehabilitation setting: Results from a discrete choice experiment8
Does national policy in England help deliver better and more consistent care for those at the end of life?7
Alleviating gender dysphoria: A qualitative study of perspectives of trans and gender diverse people7
Processes supporting effective skill-mix implementation in general practice: A qualitative study7
Effective coverage of medical treatment for hypertension, diabetes and dyslipidaemia in Japan: An analysis of National Health and Nutrition Surveys 2003–20177
Push, pull or co-produce?7
Strategies to reduce waiting times in outpatient rehabilitation services for adults with physical disabilities: A systematic literature review7
The effectiveness of community-based social innovations for healthy ageing in middle- and high-income countries: a systematic review6
‘We needed to talk about it’: The experience of sharing the emotional impact of health care work as a panellist in Schwartz Center Rounds® in the UK6
Trauma and resilience informed research principles and practice: A framework to improve the inclusion and experience of disadvantaged populations in health and social care research6
The employment and mental health impact of integrated Improving Access to Psychological Therapies: Evidence on secondary health care utilization from a pragmatic trial in three English counties6
Operating room waste management: A case study of primary hip operations at a leading National Health Service hospital in the United Kingdom5
Use of single-bed rooms may decrease the incidence of hospital-acquired infections in geriatric patients: A retrospective cohort study in Central Denmark region5
Challenges to the delivery of clinical diabetes services in Ghana created by the COVID-19 pandemic5
Interrogating academic hegemony in community-based participatory research to address health inequities5
Loss associated with subtractive health service change: The case of specialist cancer centralization in England5
A narrative account of the key drivers in the development of the Learning from Deaths policy5
Person-centred care and measurement: The more one sees, the better one knows where to look5
Towards sustainability for medical devices and consumables: The radical and incremental challenges in the technology ecosystem5
Using mixed methods in health services research: A review of the literature and case study4
Using a systematic review to uncover theory and outcomes for a complex intervention in health and social care: a worked example using life story work for people with dementia4
Examining organization and provider challenges with the adoption of virtual domestic violence and sexual assault interventions in Alberta, Canada, during the COVID-19 pandemic4
Navigating the micro-politics of major system change: The implementation of Sustainability Transformation Partnerships in the English health and care system4
Evidence-informed health care policy and practice: using record linkage to uncover new knowledge4
Understanding health and care expenditure by setting – who matters to whom?4
Culturally safe health care practice for Indigenous Peoples in Australia: A systematic meta-ethnographic review4
Impact of COVID-19 in mental health trusts4
Whose data is it anyway? Patient experience and service improvement4
‘Have you ever traded sex for money or drugs?’ Health care providers’ perspectives on sex trafficking risk assessments in clinics4
Migrant diversity and determinants of health care access and use4
The experience of informal caregivers in providing patient care in hospitals in low- and middle-income countries: A qualitative meta-synthesis4
The effects of centralizing cancer surgery on postoperative mortality: A systematic review and meta-analysis4
‘It has to be their choice. We need to give them options’4
Unseen patterns of preventable emergency care: Emergency department visits for ambulatory care sensitive conditions3
Evaluating integrated care for people with complex needs3
Stakeholder views on publication bias in health services research3
Comparing patient-reported outcomes across countries: An assessment of methodological challenges3
Knowledge, attitude and practice towards health research and its utilization among health professionals in Bhutan: Results of a nationwide cross-sectional survey in 20193
Village health worker motivation for better performance in a maternal and child health programme in Nigeria: A realist evaluation3
The social networks of hospital staff: A realist synthesis3
Integrating task-sharing psychological treatments within primary health care services: Systems considerations3
What counts as a voiceable concern in decisions about speaking out in hospitals: A qualitative study3
Immigrants’ and refugees’ experiences of access to health and social services during the COVID-19 pandemic in Toronto, Canada3
Understanding decisions to scale up: a qualitative case study of three health service intervention evaluations3
Measuring with quality: the example of person-centred care3
‘The face of the programme’: How local clinicians shape decisions about eligibility for a national caregiver support programme in the USA3
Implementing joint training sessions of general practitioners and specialists aimed at improving clinical coordination in Colombia: Contributions from participatory action research2
Working together to co-produce better health: The experience of the Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care for Northwest London2
Enablers and barriers to military veterans seeking help for mental health and alcohol difficulties: A systematic review of the quantitative evidence2
Locked down or locked out? Trends in psychiatric emergency services utilization during the COVID-19 pandemic2
A qualitative study of the dynamics of access to remote antenatal care through the lens of candidacy2
Encouraging openness in health care: Policy and practice implications of a mixed-methods study in the English National Health Service2
Staff perspectives on barriers to and facilitators of quality of life, health, wellbeing, recovery and reduced risk for older forensic mental-health patients: A qualitative interview study2
Health system barriers to accessing care for children with weight issues in New Zealand: An interview-based study2
Engagement of patient and family advisors in health system redesign in Canada2
Socioeconomic inequalities in health care utilization in Paraguay: Description of trends from 1999 to 20182
A team mental model approach to understanding team effectiveness in an emergency department: A qualitative study2
Remote consultations in primary care across low-, middle- and high-income countries: Implications for policy and care delivery2
Pieces of the puzzle: The opportunities and challenges of integrative learning systems for patient safety2
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