Health & Social Care
Title listings: Health & Social Care
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Health & Social Care
- Adult protection and safeguarding
- Children’s services
- Conflict resolution
- Creating healthy workforces
- Creating parity of physical and mental health
- Criminal psychology
- Digital health
- Dual diagnosis
- Education and training of professionals
- Enabling technologies
- Food and nutrition
- Health and social impacts of Covid-19
- Health service delivery and quality
- Human rights
- Implications of and caring for an aging population
- Inequalities in healthcare provision
- Integrated care
- Learning and intellectual disabilities
- Management of health and care services
- Mental health
- Peace research
- Policy and practice in healthcare management
- Substance abuse and misuse
- Therapeutic communities
- Value for money in healthcare
- Youth crime
USED IN POLICY
Muslim Syrian refugee women's exploration of breast cancer preventative care in a Western Canadian prairie city
International Journal of Migration, Health and Social CareDiscusses the barriers to preventative breast cancer screening among Muslim Syrian refugee women in a Western Canadian Prairie city.
Mental Health and Social Inclusion journal publishes a series of articles on 'Remarkable Lives', which depict mental health recovery narratives.
Advances in Dual Diagnosis journal publishes a series of 'Addiction Recovery Stories' each of which charts an individual's recovery journey.
Both series are interview-based and aim to give a voice to people who may not otherwise contribute to the evidence base.
RECENT SPECIAL ISSUES
Indigenous knowledge systems and mental health
The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice
Tizard Learning Disability Journal is published in partnership with the Tizard Centre, University of Kent, UK.
Therapeutic Communities journal is the international journal of the Consortium for Therapeutic Communities (TCTC).
Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research is published in association with the University of Central Lancashire and Ashworth Research Centre.
Professor David P. Farrington, O.B.E., Emeritus Professor of Psychological Criminology at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University, is a regular contributor to journals in this portfolio. Professor Farrington is the first and only person to receive the four major awards of the American Society of Criminology: the Edwin Sutherland Award, the Sellin-Glueck Award, the August Vollmer Award, and the Herbert Bloch Award.
Recent published articles include: High resting heart rate protects against childhood risk factors in predicting adult psychopathy, Journal of Criminal Psychology, and The sexual life of men with psychopathic traits, Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice.
HIGH ALTMETRICS SCORE
Exploring the precipitators of violent conflict in Central Nigeria: a mixed methodology approach
Journal of Aggression, Conflict & Peace Research
Analyses the drivers of violent conflict in rural and urban communities in Central Nigeria.
Investigating the role of social media on mental health
Mental Health and Social Inclusion
Determines the role of social media on mental health in a field plagued by contradiction and inconclusive reports.
Organizational readiness for artificial intelligence in health care: insights for decision-making and practice
Journal of Health Organization and ManagementDiscusses the importance of studying organisational readiness to integrate AI into health care delivery.
LINKED TO SDGs
Predictors of use of digital technology for communication among older adults
Working with Older People
3 Good Health and Wellbeing
Statistically significant direct influences are revealed between the use of digital technology for communication and three factors: intellectual curiosity, self-esteem, and sociability.
CITED IN MEDIA
Multiplicity of stigma: cultural barriers in anti-trafficking response
International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare
Contributes to the social understanding of stigma as a societal and cultural barrier in the life of a survivor of human trafficking
*Source information: 2021 CiteScoreTM (powered by Scopus®) | Journal Citation ReportsTM from Clarivate, 2021 | Emerging Sources Citation IndexTM from Clarivate, 2021.
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