Citation Index - Diversity & Equality in Health and Care [697 Articles]

The articles published in Diversity & Equality in Health and Care have been cited 697 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Diversity & Equality in Health and Care.

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Dutey-Magni PF, Moon G (2016) The spatial structure of chronic morbidity: evidence from UK census returns. International journal of health geographics.15:30.

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Dutey-Magni PF, Moon G (2006) The spatial structure of chronic morbidity: evidence from UK census returns. International journal of health geographics.15:30.

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Johnson MR, McGee P. Living with Multiple Diversity–Life on the Brink (or ‘Opening up-the Challenge of Change’).

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Sizmur S, Graham C, Walsh J (2015) Influence of patients’ age and sex and the mode of administration on results from the NHS Friends and Family Test of patient experience. Journal of health services research & policy.20:5-10.

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Flott K, Hounsome L, Vuik S, Darzi A, Mayer E (2017) A patient-centric approach to improving experience in urological cancer care. Journal of Clinical Urology. 10:39-46.

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Vizard P, Burchardt T. Older people’s experiences of dignity and nutrition during hospital stays: Secondary data analysis using the Adult.

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Cert BA. Diversity is something worth celebrating.

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GAMBOA-BERNAL GA, ECHARTE-ALONSO LE (2016)¿ Es posible medir la calidad de vida en el ámbito asistencial? Historia, límites y posibilidades. Cuadernos de BioétiCa.27:1ª.

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Michael J (2016) Diversity Conceptual Model for aged care: Person‐centred and difference‐oriented and connective with a focus on benefit, disadvantage and equity. Australasian journal on ageing. 35:210-215.

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Liu CH. Suffering in silence?: The adequacy of Dutch mental health care provision for ethnic Chinese in the Netherlands (Doctoral dissertation, Utrecht University).

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Roberfroid D, Dauvrin M, Keygnaert I, Desomer A, Kerstens B, et al.(2015) What health care for undocumented migrants in Belgium?. KCE reports. 257.

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Cert BA. Diversity is something worth celebrating.

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Cert BA. Diversity is something worth celebrating.

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Michael J, McDonald V, Ogrin R, Fraser J, Roysmith T, Harvey K. Education Program Delivered to Community Aged Care Employees Based on a Diversity Conceptual Model: A Preliminary Evaluation Using Qualitative Methods.

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Gross CS, Ammann ES, Sariaslan E, Geisler SS. Migrationssensitive Palliative Care.

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Weber A. Sociograph n 27.

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Garrido Muñoz de Arenillas R, Font N, Torres Gutiérrez FJ, García Ramírez M, Pedregal Mateos B (2016) Desafíos metodológicos para el estudio de los contextos multiculturales: respuestas desde la investigación geográfica y comunitaria. InXV Congreso de la Población Española,667-684.

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Suess Schwend A. Transitar por los géneros es un derecho. Recorridos por la perspectiva de despatologización.

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Young K, Fisher J, Kirkman M (2016) Endometriosis and fertility: women's accounts of healthcare. Human Reproduction. 2016 Mar 1;31:554-562.

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Wells MB, Lang SN (2016)Supporting same‐sex mothers in the Nordic child health field: a systematic literature review and meta‐synthesis of the most gender equal countries. Journal of clinical nursing.25:3469-3483.

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