(The TQCC of Health is 4. 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.)
“This is what the truth is”: Provider-patient interactions serving as barriers to contraception23
Medicalisation, suffering and control at the end of life: The interplay of deep continuous palliative sedation and assisted dying18
Examining the language demands of informed consent documents in patient recruitment to cancer trials using tools from corpus and computational linguistics12
Psychosocial challenges and concerns of COVID-19: A qualitative study in Iran11
The transdisciplinary health research apparatus: A Baradian account of knowledge boundaries and beyond10
A solidarity paradox – welfare state data in global health data economy8
Medical assistance in dying and the meaning of care: Perspectives of nurses, pharmacists, and social workers8
“It’s not all nice and fun”: Narrating contested illness on YouTube and Instagram8
Critical suicide studies, between methodology and ethics: Introduction8
Social representations of the coronavirus and causal perception of its origin: The role of reasons for fear8
Becoming frail: A more than human exploration8
Place, health and dis/advantage: A sociomaterial analysis8
Non-Vaccination Stage Model (NVST): The decision-making process among Israeli ultra-orthodox Jewish parents7
Hype, evidence gaps and digital divides: Telehealth blind spots in rural Australia7
Pharmaceutical citizenship in an era of universal access to hepatitis C treatment: Situated potentials and limits7
Personal recovery and socio-structural disadvantage: A critical conceptual review6
HIV stigma in UK press reporting of a case of intentional HIV transmission6
‘Social media comes with good and bad sides, doesn’t it?’ A balancing act of the benefits and risks of social media use by young adults with long-term conditions6
The discursive construction of HIV stigma in Irish print media6
Beyond the hour of death: Family experiences of grief and bereavement following an end-of-life hospitalization in the intensive care unit6
Disciplining empathy: Differences in empathy with U.S. medical students by college major6
Transgender debates and healthcare: A critical realist account6
Representing suicide: Giving voice to a desire to die?6
A syndemics approach to exercise is medicine6
Doing nothing? An ethnography of patients’ (In)activity on an acute stroke unit6
Being and doing anorexia nervosa: An autoethnography of diagnostic identity and performance of illness5
‘I was just doing what a normal gay man would do, right?’: The biopolitics of substance use and the mental health of sexual minority men5
Understanding ‘risk’ in families living with mixed blood-borne viral infection status: The doing and undoing of ‘difference’5
Exiting Alcoholics Anonymous disappointed: A qualitative analysis of the experiences of ex-members of AA5
The mouth and oral health in the field of dementia5
Coding for quality? Accountability work in standardised cancer patient pathways (CPPs)5
“Time work”: An analysis of temporal experiences and agentic practices in the “good” doctor-patient relationship in general practice5
A question of justice: Critically researching suicide with Indigenous studies of affect, biosociality, and land-based relations5
Becoming a cancer survivor: An experiment in dialogical health research4
Mass media and communication interventions to increase HIV testing among gay and other men who have sex with men: Social marketing and visual design component analysis4
Talking about chronic pain: Misalignment in discussions of the body, mind and social aspects in pain clinic consultations4
A new kind of gatekeeper: The increasing prevalence of Advanced Practice Nurses as case managers in US hospitals4
The immune self, hygiene and performative virtue in general public narratives on antibiotics and antimicrobial resistance4
From domestication to imperial patronage: Deconstructing the biomedicalisation of occupational therapy4
“That chart ain’t for us”: How Black women understand “obesity,” health, and physical activity4
Barriers to physical activity for father’s living in marginalising conditions4
Accounting for complexity in healthcare innovation debates: Professional views on the use of new IVF treatments4
Conceptual unclarity about COVID-19 ethnic disparities in Sweden: Implications for public health policy4
Vulnerability as a palimpsest: Practices and public policy in a Mexican hospital setting4