Health Sociology Review

(The TQCC of Health Sociology Review is 9. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Disability, communication, and life itself in the COVID-19 pandemic118
Covid-19 as a ‘breaching experiment’: exposing the fractured society51
Mathematical models as public troubles in COVID-19 infection control: following the numbers45
Expanding and improving trans affirming care in Australia: experiences with healthcare professionals among transgender young people and their parents28
‘Social distancing’ during COVID-19: the metaphors and politics of pandemic response in India25
The use of E-health during the COVID-19 pandemic: a case study in China’s Hubei province22
When open source design is vital: critical making of DIY healthcare equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic22
Basic care as exceptional care: addiction stigma and consumer accounts of quality healthcare in Australia22
Data-driven intimacy: emerging technologies in the (re)making of sexual subjects and ‘healthy’ sexuality18
Special section on ‘Sociology and the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic’17
Transgender health: on a world scale16
Dating apps as public health ‘problems’: cautionary tales and vernacular pedagogies in news media15
Not your unicorn: trans dating app users’ negotiations of personal safety and sexual health15
Making publics in a pandemic: Posthuman relationalities, ‘viral' intimacies and COVID-1914
The age of LARC: making sexual citizens on the frontiers of technoscientific healthism13
Waiting to be seen: social perspectives on trans health12
Exploring pathways into and out of amphetamine type stimulant use at critical turning points: a qualitative interview study11
‘It’s a cultural thing’: excuses used by health professionals on providing inclusive care10
Building community, one swipe at a time: hook-up apps and the production of intimate publics between women10
Ontologies of transition(s) in healthcare practice: examining the lived experiences and representations of transgender adults transitioning in healthcare10
‘It's like getting an Uber for sex’: social networking apps as spaces of risk and opportunity in the Philippines among men who have sex with men9
A posthuman decentring of person-centred care9
Becoming posthuman: hepatitis C, the race to elimination and the politics of remaking the subject9
By the light of the corona (virus): revealing hegemonic masculinity and the double bind for men in responding to crises9