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Journal of General Practice

ISSN: 2329-9126

Open Access

Citations Report

Journal of General Practice : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of General Practice have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world.

Journal of General Practice has got h-index 12, which means every article in Journal of General Practice has got 12 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of General Practice.

  2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

16 18 28 71 68

Year wise citations received

111 113 89 75 86
Journal total citations count 641
Journal impact factor 2.41
Journal 5 years impact factor 2.36
Journal cite score 2.92
Journal h-index 12
Journal h-index since 2016 10
Journal Impact Factor 2020 formula
IF= Citations(y)/{Publications(y-1)+ Publications(y-2)} Y= Year
Journal 5-year Impact Factor 2020 formula
Citations(2016 + 2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020)/
{Published articles(2016 + 2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020)}
Journal citescore
Citescorey = Citationsy + Citationsy-1 + Citationsy-2 + Citations y-3 / Published articlesy + Published articlesy-1 + Published articlesy-2 + Published articles y-3
Important citations

Bryn Austin S, Kort D, Austin EL, Muzny CA. Sexual Orientation and Sexual and Reproductive Health among African American Sexual Minority Women in the US South.

SYMPATHY EV. Empathy: Process of adaptation and change, is it trainable?.

Rungta D (2014) A Review of Computational Tools for Designing Drugs Used by General Practitioners. Journal of General Practice.

Maciel ES, Vilarta R, Modeneze DM, Sonati JG, Junior GV, et al. (2014) Quality of life at levels of physical activity of volunteers from the university community. American Journal of Health Research. 2: 275-283.

Ahmad I, Kamran K, Iqbal MJ, Khan MA, Hakim A, et al. THE OUTCOME OF BIPOLAR RELEASE FOR CONGENITAL MUSCULAR TORTICOLLIS.

Tabatabai MA, Kengwoung-Keumo JJ, Eby WM, Bae S, Guemmegne JT,et al. (2014) Disparities in cervical cancer mortality rates as determined by the longitudinal hyperbolastic mixed-effects type II model. PloS one. 9: e107242.

Agénor M, Austin SB, Kort D, Austin EL, Muzny CA (2016) Sexual orientation and sexual and reproductive health among African American sexual minority women in the US South. Women's health issues.26: 612-621.

Shobeiri F, Javad MT, Parsa P, Roshanaei G (2016) Effects of Group Training Based on the Health Belief Model on Knowledge and Behavior Regarding the Pap Smear Test in Iranian Women: a Quasi-Experimental Study. Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention: APJCP. 17: 2871.

Deverakonda A. Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences.

Taylor ET, Bryson MK (2016) Cancer's Margins: Trans* and Gender Nonconforming People's Access to Knowledge, Experiences of Cancer Health, and Decision-Making. LGBT health 3: 79-89.

Matthews AK, Li CC, McConnell E, Aranda F, Smith C (2016) Rates and Predictors of Obesity Among African American Sexual Minority Women. LGBT health. 3: 275-82.

Matthews AK, Ross N, Lee M, Aranda F (2015) The Needs of Racial/Ethnic LGBT Individuals Across the Cancer Care Continuum. InCancer and the LGBT Community (pp. 261-272). Springer International Publishing.

Tabatabai MA, Kengwoung-Keumo JJ, Eby WM, Bae S, Guemmegne JT. Disparities in Cervical Cancer Mortality Rates as Determined by the.

Agénor M, Bailey Z, Krieger N, Austin SB, Gottlieb BR (2015) Exploring the cervical cancer screening experiences of black lesbian, bisexual, and queer women: The role of patient-provider communication. Women & health. 55: 717-736.

Agénor M, Krieger N, Austin SB, Haneuse S, Gottlieb BR (2014) At the intersection of sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, and cervical cancer screening: Assessing Pap test use disparities by sex of sexual partners among black, Latina, and white US women. Social Science & Medicine. 116:110-118.

Lionis C, Petelos E (2015) The Patient-Centered Medical Home Model within an Integrated Primary Care System: Towards a European Model?. InIntegrated Primary and Behavioral Care (pp. 75-96). Springer International Publishing.

Lionis C, Shea S (2014) Encouraging a focus on compassionate care within general practice/family medicine. Providing Compassionate Healthcare: Challenges in Policy and Practice. 21:103.

Mayaud L, Lejaille M, Prigent H, Louis B, Fauroux B,et al. (2014) An open-source software for automatic calculation of respiratory parameters based on esophageal pressure. Respiratory physiology & neurobiology. 192:1-6.

Shiner A, Steel N, Howe A (2014) Multimorbidity: what’s the problem?. Quality in primary care. 22:115-9.

Brown B, Blakeman T, Bower P. Gavin Daker-White, Rebecca Hays, Aneez Esmail, Brian Minor, Wendy Barlow.

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Google scholar citation report
Citations: 641

Journal of General Practice received 641 citations as per google scholar report

Journal of General Practice peer review process verified at publons

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