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 16, which means every article in Journal of General Practice has got 16 average citations.

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

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Year wise published articles

63 55 16 18 28

Year wise citations received

253 216 123 119 98
Journal total citations count 952
Journal impact factor 1.72
Journal 5 years impact factor 3.64
Journal cite score 3.67
Journal h-index 16
Journal h-index since 2018 13
Important citations

Kacenelenbogen N, Dramaix-Wilmet M, Schetgen M, Roland M (2015) Not living with both parents is associated with more health-and developmental problems in infants aged 7 to 11 months: a cross sectional study. BMC public health. 15:159.

Kacenelenbogen N, Dramaix-Wilmet M, Schetgen M, Roland M (2014) Parental separation and behaviours that influence the health of infants aged 7–11 months: a cross-sectional study. BMJ open. 4: e005183.

Ä erniauskaitÄ J. LUHS Kaunas klinikų family medical clinic operates ių gydytojų family and a visiting ių pacientų požiÅ "cheeses â Medical consultation goals and the patient time to recovery efficiency (Doctoral dissertation, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences).

Anyanwa LJ, Atanda AT, Atanda JO. (2015)Wilms' tumour in African children: Can an institutional approach improve outcome?. African Journal of Paediatric Surgery 12: 7.

Kabatooro A, Ndoboli F, Namatovu J (2016) Patient satisfaction with medical consultations among adults attending Mulago hospital assessment centre. South African Family Practice. 58: 87-93.

Al Odhayani A, Khawaja RA ( 2014) Patient satisfaction: Insight into access to service, interpersonal communication and quality of care issues. Middle East Journal of Family Medicine.12: 24-30.

Dias MM. Comunicação entre o Profissional de Saúde-Doente Crónico (Doctoral dissertation).

Gupta A, Harris S, Naina HV ( 2015) The Impact of Physician Posture During Oncology Patient Encounters. Journal of Cancer Education.30: 395-397.

Awosusi AO, Konwea PE. Self-medication Practice among Secondary School Students in Ekiti State, Southwest Nigeria.

Chhabra S, Gokhale S. Practices for Prevention, Therapy of Primary Dysmenorrhoea.

Savanthe AM, Nanjundappa VH (2016) Menstruation: a cross-sectional study on knowledge, belief, and practices among adolescent girls of junior colleges, Kuppam, Andhra Pradesh. International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health. 5(1):22-28.

Shringarpure K, Agrawal A (2015) Menstruation mystery: The way forward. Indian Journal of Child Health. 2(4):148.

Bachloo T, Kumar R, Goyal A, Singh P, Yadav SS, et al. (2016) A study on perception and practice of menstruation among school going adolescent girls in district Ambala Haryana, India. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. 3: 931-937.

Farotimi AA, Esike J, Nwozichi CU, Ojediran TD, Ojewole FO (2015) Knowledge, attitude, and healthcare-seeking behavior towards dysmenorrhea among female students of a private university in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Basic and Clinical Reproductive Sciences. 4: 33-38.

Garg S, Anand T (2015) Menstruation related myths in India: strategies for combating it. Journal of family medicine and primary care. 4:184.

Bolognesi M. A supposedly healthy athlete at high-risk of cardioembolic stroke.

GK P, Bari MS. A case report of recurrent syncope & transient ischaemic attack in elderly man.

Bolognesi M. The Burden of Silent Myocardial Ischemia in Master Athletes.

McGraw D, Greene SM, Miner CS, Staman KL, et al. (2015) Privacy and confidentiality in pragmatic clinical trials. Clinical Trials 15.

Forchuk C, Reiss J, Eichstedt J, Singh D, Collins K, et al. (2016)The Youth-Mental Health Engagement Network: An Exploratory Pilot Study of a Smartphone and Computer-Based Personal Health Record for Youth Experiencing Depressive Symptoms. International Journal of Mental Health. 45: 205-222.

Google Scholar citation report
Citations: 952

Journal of General Practice received 952 citations as per Google Scholar report

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