Health Risk & Society

(The TQCC of Health Risk & Society is 5. 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.)
Hopes, hesitancy and the risky business of vaccine development23
On the borderline of diabetes: understanding how individuals resist and reframe diabetes risk16
Factors associated with the belief in COVID-19 related conspiracy theories in Pakistan16
Layering risk work amidst an emerging crisis: an ethnographic study on the governance of the COVID-19 pandemic in a university hospital in the Netherlands14
From risks to catastrophes: How Chinese Newspapers framed the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in its early stage13
Health, risk-taking and well-being: doing gender in relation to discourses and practices of heavy drinking and health among young people11
Anxiety and trust in times of health crisis: How parents navigated health risks during the early phases of the COVID-19 pandemic in Denmark11
Risk and intersectional power relations: an exploration of the implications of early COVID-19 pandemic responses for pregnant women11
Plus ça change? The COVID-19 pandemic as continuity and change as reflected through risk theory11
Cultural worldviews and perceived risk of colon cancer and diabetes10
Covid-19, pandemic risk and inequality: emerging social science insights at 24 months9
Environmental health risk relationships, responsibility, and sources of information among Vietnamese Americans in coastal Mississippi8
People’s understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic: social representations of SARS-CoV-2 virus in Italy8
‘The more you go to the mountains, the better parent you are’. Migrant parents in Norway navigating risk discourses in professional advice on family leisure and outdoor play8
Beyond ‘the choice to drink’ in a UK guideline on FASD: the precautionary principle, pregnancy surveillance, and the managed woman7
Is my risk lower than yours? The role of compared risk, illness perceptions, and self-efficacy as determinants of perceived risk for COVID-197
Experiences of social support among Kashmiri women with breast cancer6
Linking environmental risks and cancer risks within the framework of genetic-behavioural causal beliefs, cancer fatalism, and macrosocial worry6
A qualitative study of key stakeholders’ perceived risks and benefits of psychiatric electroceutical interventions6
Constructing Ebola martyrs, warriors, and saviours: online heroisation in a context of risk and unease6
‘Can you sleep tonight knowing that child is going to be safe?’: Australian community organisation risk work in child protection practice6
Life ‘on high alert’: how do people with a family history of motor neurone disease make sense of genetic risk? insights from an online forum5
What is Risk? Four Approaches to the Embodiment of Health Risk in Public Health5