International Journal of Global Health

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Articles published in International Journal of Global Health have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. International Journal of Global Health has got h-index 1, which means every article in International Journal of Global Health has got 1 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in International Journal of Global Health.


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Journal total citations count 3
Journal impact factor 0.06
Journal 5 years impact factor 0.02
Journal cite score 0.02
Journal h-index 1
Journal h-index since 2016 1
Horne, Ralph, Joana Correia, Hannah Badland, Amanda Alderton, and Carl Higgs. "From Ballarat to Bangkok: how can cross-sectoral partnerships around the Sustainable Development Goals accelerate urban liveability?." Cities & Health 4, no. 2 (2020): 199-205.
Kasim, Oluwasinaayomi Faith, Bolanle Wahab, and Olawale Emmanuel Olayide. "Assessing urban liveability in Africa: Challenges and interventions." Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure (2020): 1-13.
Palagi, Shaye, and Amy Javernick-Will. "Pathways to livable relocation settlements following disaster." Sustainability 12, no. 8 (2020): 3474.
Llorca, Carlos, Cat Silva, Nico Kuehnel, Ana T. Moreno, Qin Zhang, Masanobu Kii, and Rolf Moeckel. "Integration of Land Use and Transport to Reach Sustainable Development Goals: Will Radical Scenarios Actually Get Us There?." Sustainability 12, no. 23 (2020): 9795.
Riojasa, Carlos, and Alejandro Arjonab. "De la ciudad a la metrópoli: un enfoque desde México sobre un pasado global." Esboços, Florianópolis 28, no. 47 (2021): 135-162.
Kwan, Soo Chen, and Iin Juliani Saragih. "Urban environment and cause specific visits to community health centers of Medan city, Indonesia in 2016." Sustainable Cities and Society 59 (2020): 102228.
Alderton, Amanda, Carl Higgs, Melanie Davern, Iain Butterworth, Joana Correia, Kornsupha Nitvimol, and Hannah Badland. "Measuring and monitoring liveability in a low-to-middle income country: a proof-of-concept for Bangkok, Thailand and lessons from an international partnership." Cities & Health (2020): 1-9.
Ibrahim, Youmna Ahmed, and Youmna Ahmed. The reflection of urban logistics systems on the sustainable development and efficiency of Egyptian cities. Journal of the Egyptian Society of Engineers 60, no. 1 (2021): 86–75. ?
Croitoru, Alin, and Ionela Vlase. "Stepwise migration: What drives the relocation of migrants upon return?." Population, Space and Place (2021): e2492.
Sahebi, Mostafa, Maryam Farahani, and Saeed Motahari. "Investigating the Situation of Urban Livability in Urban Districts from the Viewpoint of Citizens (Case Study: Eight Districts of Kermanshah Metropolis)." Karafan Quarterly Scientific Journal 18, no. Special Issue 1 (2021): 57-72.
Halla, Pekka, and Albert Merino-Saum. "Conceptual frameworks for urban sustainability indicators-an empirical analysis." (2021).
Nath, Subhashree, and Raphael Karutz. "Using Fuzzy Cognitive Maps to Assess Liveability in Slum Upgrading Schemes: Case of Pune, India." Urban Science 5, no. 2 (2021): 44.
Higgs, Carl, Koen Simons, Hannah Badland, and Billie Giles-Corti. "Cross-sectional evidence of the cardiometabolic health benefits of urban liveability in Australia." npj Urban Sustainability 1, no. 1 (2021): 1-13.
Alderton, Amanda, Kornsupha Nitvimol, Melanie Davern, Carl Higgs, Joana Correia, Iain Butterworth, and Hannah Badland. "Building Capacity in Monitoring Urban Liveability in Bangkok: Critical Success Factors and Reflections from a Multi-Sectoral, International Partnership." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18, no. 14 (2021): 7322.
Goldenberg, Robert L., and Elizabeth M. McClure. "It takes a system: magnesium sulfate for prevention of eclampsia in a resource-limited community setting." (2019): 340-343.
Smith, Meghan, Alexandra Leader, Wanny Roa, Ericka Jaramillo, Davina Lazala, Jose Flores, Claudia Cadet, Turaj Vazifedan, Suzanne Bentley, and Lloyd Jensen. "Helping Mothers Survive: Program Evaluation and Early Outcomes of Maternal Care Training in the Dominican Republic." Frontiers in Public Health 9 (2021): 774.
Nkamba, Dalau Mukadi, Roland Vangu, Moyene Elongi, Laura A. Magee, Gilbert Wembodinga, Pierre Bernard, John Ditekemena, and Annie Robert. "Health facility readiness and provider knowledge as correlates of adequate diagnosis and management of pre-eclampsia in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo." BMC health services research 20, no. 1 (2020): 1-13.
Billah, S. M., Khan, A. N. S., Rokonuzzaman, S. M., Huq, N. L., Khan, M. A., Priyanka, S. S., ... & George, J. (2021). Competency of health workers in detecting and managing gestational hypertension, pre-eclampsia, severe pre-eclampsia and eclampsia during antenatal check-ups in primary care health facilities in Bangladesh: a cross-sectional study. BMJ open, 11(7), e046638.
Gudu, W., & Sripad, P. (2020). BARRIERS TO THE DETECTION, MANAGEMENT and PREVENTION OF PREECLAMPSIA/ECLAMPSIA IN ETHIOPIA: FORMATIVE REVIEW. Ethiopian Journal of Reproductive Health, 12(4), 12-12.
Ayed, A. Y., & Ibrahim, R. H. (2021, October). Effect of Educational Program of Eclampsia Management on Knowledge of Maternity Nurses at Mosul Teaching Hospitals. In 1st International Ninevah Conference on Medical Sciences (INCMS 2021) (pp. 175-180). Atlantis Press.
Turabian, J. L. (2019). Biopsychosocial Causality in General Medicine: Knot, Ball, and Tangle. Epidemiology International Journal, 3(1), 1-9.
Turabian, J. L. (2018). A conceptual framework about interstitial space between the bio-psycho-social structures in medicine general. Res Med Eng Sci, 5(5).
Usman, H. B. (2021). Contraceptive Use Among Northern Nigerian Women Ages 15 to 49 Years.
Lusher, J. (2020). Who's wound is it anyway?. International wound journal, 17(4), 1092.
Hintz, E. A., & Scott, K. D. (2021). Communication work about chronic unexplained pain. Health communication, 36(5), 659-662.
Hintz, E. A. (2020). Pain communication: An agenda for communication researchers. Annals of the International Communication Association, 44(4), 401-421.
Lusher, J., & Cameron, D. (2021). How to Manage Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Let’s Hear the Patient’s Voice. DIABETES.
Okunlola, D. A., Alawode, O. A., Bolarinwa, O. A., Agbeja, I. O., & Awoyele, A. F. (2020). Socio-Demographic, Economic and Psychological Correlates of Risky Sexual Behaviour Among Sexually Active Young People in Nigeria. Global Journal of Health Science, 12(8), 1-9.

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