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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Cert BA. Alien reflections on a small and eccentric planet.

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Yoose C. African American and Afro-Caribbean American Men’s Prostate Health Knowledge and Beliefs.

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Agi LA, Margaritis V, Connors J (2016) Perceptions of Stroke Risks among West African Male Immigrants in San Diego: A Qualitative Investigation. Diversity & Equality in Health and Care.

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Rabiee F, Smith P (2014)Understanding mental health and experience of accessing services among African and African Caribbean Service users and carers in Birmingham, UK. Diversity & Equality in Health & Care.11.

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Robertson S, Bagnall A, Walker M. Evidence for a gender-based approach to mental health programmes: Identifying the key considerations associated with “being male”.

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Seamark D, Gabriel L (2016) Barriers to support: a qualitative exploration into the help-seeking and avoidance factors of young adults. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling.6:1-2.

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Cert BA. Alien reflections on a small and eccentric planet.

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White I. Exploring the Perception of African Caribbeans in Choosing a Career as a Counselling Psychologist: A Mixed Methods Approach (Doctoral dissertation).

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Rabiee F, Smith P (2014) Understanding mental health and experience of accessing services among African and African Caribbean Service users and carers in Birmingham, UK. Diversity & Equality in Health & Care.11.

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Robertson S, Bagnall A, Walker M.Evidence for a gender-based approach to mental health programmes: Identifying the key considerations associated with “being male”.

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Seamark D, Gabriel L (2016)Barriers to support: a qualitative exploration into the help-seeking and avoidance factors of young adults. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling.6:1-2.

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White I. Exploring the Perception of African Caribbeans in Choosing a Career as a Counselling Psychologist: A Mixed Methods Approach (Doctoral dissertation).

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MacDonald M, Rabiee F, Weilandt C (2013)Health promotion and young prisoners: a European perspective. International journal of prisoner health.9:151-64.

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Peterka-Benton D, Masciadrelli BP (2013)Legitimacy of Corrections as a Mental Health Care Provider: Perspectives from US and European Systems. JIJIS.13:171.

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Cert BA. Dual jeopardy or double pride? Disability, difference, diversity and the gentle art of handicapping.

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Nilaweera I, Doran F, Fisher J (2014)Prevalence, nature and determinants of postpartum mental health problems among women who have migrated from South Asian to high-income countries: a systematic review of the evidence. Journal of affective disorders.166:213-226.

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Higginbottom GM, Safipour J, Yohani S, O’Brien B, Mumtaz Z, et al. (2016) An ethnographic investigation of the maternity healthcare experience of immigrants in rural and urban Alberta, Canada. BMC pregnancy and childbirth.16:20.

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Cert BA. Dual jeopardy or double pride? Disability, difference, diversity and the gentle art of handicapping.

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Viken B, Lyberg A, Severinsson E (2015) Maternal health coping strategies of migrant women in Norway. Nursing research and practice.17.

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Dufour-Turbis C. La première année de vie avec un enfant: le vécu des femmes d'immigration récente de la Ville de Québec (Doctoral dissertation, Université Laval).

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