Social Theory & Health

(The TQCC of Social Theory & Health is 3. 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.)
Ambivalence and the biopolitics of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) implementation9
Examining the U.S. premed path as an example of discriminatory design & exploring the role(s) of capital8
Strength- and recovery-based approaches in forensic mental health in late modernity: Increasingly incorporating a human rights angle?8
Self-reported health and the social body8
Coronavirus, capitalism and a ‘thousand tiny dis/advantages’: a more-than-human analysis6
Inequality, distress and harm-reduction: a social justice approach to self-injury6
The psychosocial implications of social distancing for people with COPD: some exploratory issues facing a uniquely marginalised group during the COVID-19 pandemic6
COVID-19 amongst western democracies: A welfare state analysis5
Understanding social inequalities in cardiac treatment through the lens of cultural health capital: a study of Danish socially disadvantaged ischemic heart patients’ lived experiences of healthcare in5
Medical hybridity and beyond: professional transitions in Italian outpatient settings4
What shapes local health system actors’ thinking and action on social inequalities in health? A meta-ethnography4
Patients’ knowledge and their trust in surgical doctors. A questionnaire-based study and a theoretical discussion from Norway4
Challenging the clinically-situated emotion-deficient version of empathy within medicine and medical education research4
Revisiting rural healthcare access through Held’s ethics of care3
Self-injury in social context: an emerging sociology3
From shame to blame: institutionalising oppression through the moralisation of mental distress in austerity England3