Social Science & Medicine
2015, Volume 124, Issue C
- 391-397 Cross-border reproductive care for law evasion: A qualitative study into the experiences and moral perspectives of French women who go to Belgium for treatment with donor sperm
by Van Hoof, Wannes & Pennings, Guido & De Sutter, Petra
2014, Volume 123, Issue C
- 1-6 Inequalities in institutional delivery uptake and maternal mortality reduction in the context of cash incentive program, Janani Suraksha Yojana: Results from nine states in India
by Randive, Bharat & San Sebastian, Miguel & De Costa, Ayesha & Lindholm, Lars
- 7-17 Exploring stigmatisation among people diagnosed with either bipolar disorder or borderline personality disorder: A critical realist analysis
by Bonnington, Oliver & Rose, Diana
- 18-25 Effects of infant health on family food insecurity: Evidence from two U.S. birth cohort studies
by Corman, Hope & Noonan, Kelly & Reichman, Nancy E.
- 26-36 Pathways between acculturation and health behaviors among residents of low-income housing: The mediating role of social and contextual factors
by Allen, Jennifer Dacey & Caspi, Caitlin & Yang, May & Leyva, Bryan & Stoddard, Anne M. & Tamers, Sara & Tucker-Seeley, Reginald D. & Sorensen, Glorian C.
- 37-44 Applying the contact hypothesis to anti-fat attitudes: Contact with overweight people is related to how we interact with our bodies and those of others
by Alperin, Anandi & Hornsey, Matthew J. & Hayward, Lydia E. & Diedrichs, Phillippa C. & Barlow, Fiona Kate
- 45-54 A retrospective health policy analysis of the development and implementation of the voluntary health insurance system in Lebanon: Learning from failure
by El-Jardali, Fadi & Bou-Karroum, Lama & Ataya, Nour & El-Ghali, Hana Addam & Hammoud, Rawan
- 55-63 The socioeconomic gradient in physical inactivity: Evidence from one million adults in England
by Farrell, Lisa & Hollingsworth, Bruce & Propper, Carol & Shields, Michael A.
- 64-71 The doctor–patient relationship, defensive medicine and overprescription in Chinese public hospitals: Evidence from a cross-sectional survey in Shenzhen city
by He, Alex Jingwei
- 72-81 Nutritional strategies of Latino farmworker families with preschool children: Identifying leverage points for obesity prevention
by Quandt, Sara A. & Grzywacz, Joseph G. & Trejo, Grisel & Arcury, Thomas A.
- 82-89 When ‘breast’ is no longer ‘best’: Post-partum constructions of infant-feeding in the hospital
by Braimoh, Jessica & Davies, Lorraine
- 90-95 Social network analysis of public health programs to measure partnership
by Schoen, Martin W. & Moreland-Russell, Sarah & Prewitt, Kim & Carothers, Bobbi J.
- 96-104 The effects of performance incentives on the utilization and quality of maternal and child care in Burundi
by Bonfrer, Igna & Van de Poel, Ellen & Van Doorslaer, Eddy
- 105-113 Adherence to anti-depressant medication: A medicine-taking career
by Buus, Niels
- 114-124 Changes in health selection of obesity among Mexican immigrants: A binational examination
by Ro, Annie & Fleischer, Nancy
- 125-132 Moving beyond the historical quagmire of measuring infant mortality for the First Nations population in Canada
by Elias, Brenda
- 133-140 Long-term psychiatric consequences of exposure to trauma in Cambodia: A regional household survey
by Cantor-Graae, Elizabeth & Chak, Thida & Sunbaunat, Ka & Jarl, Johan & Larsson, Charlotte A.
- 141-148 Birth order and physical fitness in early adulthood: Evidence from Swedish military conscription data
by Barclay, Kieron & Myrskylä, Mikko
- 149-159 Experiences of stigma and discrimination of people with schizophrenia in India
by Koschorke, Mirja & Padmavati, R. & Kumar, Shuba & Cohen, Alex & Weiss, Helen A. & Chatterjee, Sudipto & Pereira, Jesina & Naik, Smita & John, Sujit & Dabholkar, Hamid & Balaji, Madhumitha & Chavan, Animish & Varghese, Mathew & Thara, R. & Thornicroft, Graham & Patel, Vikram
- 168-173 The role of civil society in health care reforms: An arena for hegemonic struggles
by Filc, Dani
- 174-181 Public or private? The role of the state and civil society in health and health inequalities across nations
by Olafsdottir, Sigrun & Bakhtiari, Elyas & Barman, Emily
- 182-193 The potential of social enterprise to enhance health and well-being: A model and systematic review
by Roy, Michael J. & Donaldson, Cam & Baker, Rachel & Kerr, Susan
- 194-201 Taking part: Engaging knowledge on health in clinical encounters
by Nunes, João Arriscado & Ferreira, Patrícia & Queirós, Filipa
- 202-209 The voluntary sector and health policy: The role of national level health consumer and patients' organisations in the UK
by Baggott, Rob & Jones, Kathryn
- 210-216 Civil society and the Health and Social Care Act in England and Wales: Theory and praxis for the twenty-first century
by Scambler, Graham & Scambler, Sasha & Speed, Ewen
- 217-225 Self-help friendliness: A German approach for strengthening the cooperation between self-help groups and health care professionals
by Kofahl, Christopher & Trojan, Alf & Knesebeck, Olaf von dem & Nickel, Stefan
- 226-233 Citizen participation and discontent in three Southern European health systems
by Serapioni, Mauro & Matos, Ana Raquel
- 234-241 Civil society, third sector, and healthcare: The case of social cooperatives in Italy
by Borzaga, Carlo & Fazzi, Luca
- 242-249 Self-help/mutual aid as active citizenship associations: A case-study of the chronically ill in Italy
by Giarelli, Guido & Spina, Elena
- 250-261 Governing through community-based research: Lessons from the Canadian HIV research sector
by Guta, Adrian & Strike, Carol & Flicker, Sarah & J. Murray, Stuart & Upshur, Ross & Myers, Ted
- 262-268 Engaging civil society through deliberative dialogue to create the first Mental Health Strategy for Canada: Changing Directions, Changing Lives
by Mulvale, Gillian & Chodos, Howard & Bartram, Mary & MacKinnon, Mary Pat & Abud, Manon
- 269-277 To whom do bureaucrats need to respond? Two faces of civil society in health policy
by Lim, Seunghoo & Lee, Keon-Hyung & Suh, Hae Sun & Bae, Kwi-Hee
- 278-286 Does more equitable governance lead to more equitable health care? A case study based on the implementation of health reform in Aboriginal health Australia
by Kelaher, Margaret & Sabanovic, Hana & La Brooy, Camille & Lock, Mark & Lusher, Dean & Brown, Larry
- 287-294 The role of civil society organizations in the institutionalization of indigenous medicine in Bolivia
by Babis, Deby
2014, Volume 122, Issue C
- 1-12 Vital places: Facilitators of behavioral and social health mechanisms in low-income neighborhoods
by Walton, Emily
- 13-20 The social dynamics of healthy food shopping and store choice in an urban environment
by Cannuscio, Carolyn C. & Hillier, Amy & Karpyn, Allison & Glanz, Karen
- 21-30 Newborn care practices in rural Bangladesh: Implications for the adaptation of kangaroo mother care for community-based interventions
by Hunter, Erin C. & Callaghan-Koru, Jennifer A. & Al Mahmud, Abdullah & Shah, Rashed & Farzin, Azadeh & Cristofalo, Elizabeth A. & Akhter, Sadika & Baqui, Abdullah H.
- 31-43 The impending globalization of ADHD: Notes on the expansion and growth of a medicalized disorder
by Conrad, Peter & Bergey, Meredith R.
- 44-52 ‘Every bone of my body:’ Domestic violence and the diagnostic body
by Sweet, Paige L.
- 53-62 Leadership networks in Catholic parishes: Implications for implementation research in health
by Negrón, Rosalyn & Leyva, Bryan & Allen, Jennifer & Ospino, Hosffman & Tom, Laura & Rustan, Sarah
- 63-71 Healthcare organization–education partnerships and career ladder programs for health care workers
by Dill, Janette S. & Chuang, Emmeline & Morgan, Jennifer C.
- 72-80 Standardization as situation-specific achievement: Regulatory diversity and the production of value in intercontinental collaborations in stem cell medicine
by Rosemann, Achim
- 81-89 Do institutional logics predict interpretation of contract rules at the dental chair-side?
by Harris, Rebecca & Brown, Stephen & Holt, Robin & Perkins, Elizabeth
- 90-102 Politics drives human functioning, dignity, and quality of life
by Barber, Brian K. & Spellings, Carolyn & McNeely, Clea & Page, Paul D. & Giacaman, Rita & Arafat, Cairo & Daher, Mahmoud & El Sarraj, Eyad & Mallouh, Mohammed Abu
- 103-112 The National Health Insurance Scheme in Ghana's Upper West Region: A gendered perspective of insurance acquisition in a resource-poor setting
by Dixon, Jenna & Luginaah, Isaac & Mkandawire, Paul
- 113-121 How do dual practitioners divide their time? The cases of three African capital cities
by McPake, Barbara & Russo, Giuliano & Tseng, Fu-Min
- 122-129 Racial/ethnic residential segregation, neighborhood poverty and urinary biomarkers of diet in New York City adults
by Yi, Stella S. & Ruff, Ryan R. & Jung, Molly & Waddell, Elizabeth Needham
- 130-139 Public engagement in priority-setting: Results from a pan-Canadian survey of decision-makers in cancer control
by Regier, Dean A. & Bentley, Colene & Mitton, Craig & Bryan, Stirling & Burgess, Michael M. & Chesney, Ellen & Coldman, Andy & Gibson, Jennifer & Hoch, Jeffrey & Rahman, Syed & Sabharwal, Mona & Sawka, Carol & Schuckel, Victoria & Peacock, Stuart J.
- 140-147 Contextualizing online human milk sharing: Structural factors and lactation disparity among middle income women in the U.S
by Palmquist, Aunchalee E.L. & Doehler, Kirsten
- 148-156 Adult children's socioeconomic positions and their parents' mortality: A comparison of education, occupational class, and income
by Torssander, Jenny
2014, Volume 121, Issue C
- 1-9 In search of links between social capital, mental health and sociotherapy: A longitudinal study in Rwanda
by Verduin, Femke & Smid, Geert E. & Wind, Tim R. & Scholte, Willem F.
- 10-20 The effects of marriage and separation on the psychotropic medication use of non-married cohabiters: A register-based longitudinal study among adult Finns
by Metsä-Simola, Niina & Martikainen, Pekka
- 21-28 Self-assessed health: What does it mean and what does it hide?
by Au, Nicole & Johnston, David W.
- 30-38 ‘Scaling-up is a craft not a science’: Catalysing scale-up of health innovations in Ethiopia, India and Nigeria
by Spicer, Neil & Bhattacharya, Dipankar & Dimka, Ritgak & Fanta, Feleke & Mangham-Jefferies, Lindsay & Schellenberg, Joanna & Tamire-Woldemariam, Addis & Walt, Gill & Wickremasinghe, Deepthi
- 39-47 Adolescent socio-economic and school-based social status, health and well-being
by Sweeting, Helen & Hunt, Kate
- 48-55 Right to health, essential medicines, and lawsuits for access to medicines – A scoping study
by Vargas-Peláez, Claudia Marcela & Rover, Marina Raijche Mattozo & Leite, Silvana Nair & Rossi Buenaventura, Francisco & Farias, Mareni Rocha
- 56-64 Retaining rural doctors: Doctors' preferences for rural medical workforce incentives
by Li, Jinhu & Scott, Anthony & McGrail, Matthew & Humphreys, John & Witt, Julia
- 65-73 The effect of chronic pain on life satisfaction: Evidence from Australian data
by McNamee, Paul & Mendolia, Silvia
- 74-84 The contribution of lifestyle and work factors to social inequalities in self-rated health among the employed population in Switzerland
by Hämmig, Oliver & Gutzwiller, Felix & Kawachi, Ichiro
- 85-90 Food as people: Teenagers' perspectives on food personalities and implications for healthy eating
by Elliott, Charlene
- 91-97 The association between a living wage and subjective social status and self-rated health: A quasi-experimental study in the Dominican Republic
by Landefeld, John C. & Burmaster, Katharine B. & Rehkopf, David H. & Syme, S. Leonard & Lahiff, Maureen & Adler-Milstein, Sarah & Fernald, Lia C.H.
- 98-108 Do employment protection policies reduce the relative disadvantage in the labour market experienced by unhealthy people? A natural experiment created by the Great Recession in Europe
by Reeves, Aaron & Karanikolos, Marina & Mackenbach, Johan & McKee, Martin & Stuckler, David
2014, Volume 120, Issue C
- 1-11 Effects of comparative claims in prescription drug direct-to-consumer advertising on consumer perceptions and recall
by O'Donoghue, Amie C. & Williams, Pamela A. & Sullivan, Helen W. & Boudewyns, Vanessa & Squire, Claudia & Willoughby, Jessica Fitts
- 12-20 Measuring quality of life in mental health: Are we asking the right questions?
by Connell, Janice & O'Cathain, Alicia & Brazier, John
- 21-30 Life-course and cohort trajectories of mental health in the UK, 1991–2008 – A multilevel age–period–cohort analysis
by Bell, Andrew
- 31-39 Neighborhood racial composition and trajectories of child self-rated health: An application of longitudinal propensity scores
by Root, Elisabeth Dowling & Humphrey, Jamie L.
- 40-48 Is the prescribing behavior of Chinese physicians driven by financial incentives?
by Chen, Chun & Dong, Weizhen & Shen, Jay J. & Cochran, Christopher & Wang, Ying & Hao, Mo
- 49-56 Impact of the gap between socioeconomic stratum and subjective social class on depressive symptoms: Unique insights from a longitudinal analysis
by Kim, Jae-Hyun & Lee, Sang Gyu & Shin, Jaeyong & Park, Eun-Cheol
- 57-66 “The we's have it”: Evidence for the distinctive benefits of group engagement in enhancing cognitive health in aging
by Haslam, Catherine & Cruwys, Tegan & Haslam, S. Alexander
- 67-75 Adolescents' health identities: A qualitative and theoretical study of health education courses
by Grabowski, D. & Rasmussen, K.K.
- 76-84 The unfinished body: The medical and social reshaping of disabled young bodies
by McLaughlin, Janice & Coleman-Fountain, Edmund
- 85-91 The narrative (re)production of prestige: How neurosurgeons teach medical students to valorise diseases
by Johannessen, Lars E.F.
- 92-99 Health benefits of religion among Black and White older adults? Race, religiosity, and C-reactive protein
by Ferraro, Kenneth F. & Kim, Seoyoun
- 100-109 Low immigrant mortality in England and Wales: A data artefact?
by Wallace, Matthew & Kulu, Hill
- 110-117 Variation in the costs of dying and the role of different health services, socio-demographic characteristics, and preceding health care expenses
by Rolden, Herbert J.A. & van Bodegom, David & Westendorp, Rudi G.J.
- 118-125 A different look at the epidemiological paradox: Self-rated health, perceived social cohesion, and neighborhood immigrant context
by Bjornstrom, Eileen E.S. & Kuhl, Danielle C.
- 126-134 No time for the gym? Housework and other non-labor market time use patterns are associated with meeting physical activity recommendations among adults in full-time, sedentary jobs
by Smith, Lindsey P. & Ng, Shu Wen & Popkin, Barry M.
- 135-141 How theory is used and articulated in qualitative research: Development of a new typology
by Bradbury-Jones, Caroline & Taylor, Julie & Herber, Oliver
- 142-152 Accessibility patterns and community integration among previously homeless adults: A Geographic Information Systems (GIS) approach
by Chan, Dara V. & Gopal, Sucharita & Helfrich, Christine A.
- 153-159 Are tuition-free primary education policies associated with lower infant and neonatal mortality in low- and middle-income countries?
by Quamruzzaman, Amm & Mendoza Rodríguez, José M. & Heymann, Jody & Kaufman, Jay S. & Nandi, Arijit
- 160-168 Eliciting community preferences for complementary micro health insurance: A discrete choice experiment in rural Malawi
by Abiiro, Gilbert Abotisem & Torbica, Aleksandra & Kwalamasa, Kassim & De Allegri, Manuela
- 169-179 Seeds of prevention: The impact on health behaviors of young adolescent girls in Uttar Pradesh, India, a cluster randomized control trial
by Kapadia-Kundu, Nandita & Storey, Douglas & Safi, Basil & Trivedi, Geetali & Tupe, Rama & Narayana, G.
- 180-189 Ethnic enclaves and gestational diabetes among immigrant women in New York City
by Janevic, T. & Borrell, L.N. & Savitz, D.A. & Echeverria, S.E. & Rundle, A.
- 190-198 Stressors and common mental disorder in informal carers – An analysis of the English Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey 2007
by Stansfeld, Stephen & Smuk, Melanie & Onwumere, Juliana & Clark, Charlotte & Pike, Cleo & McManus, Sally & Harris, Jenny & Bebbington, Paul
- 199-207 The impact of parental educational trajectories on their adult offspring's overweight/obesity status: A study of three generations of Swedish men and women
by Chaparro, M.P. & Koupil, Ilona
- 208-214 Doing diagnosis: Whether and how clinicians use a diagnostic tool of uncertain clinical utility
by Armstrong, Natalie & Hilton, Paul
- 215-223 Controlling parasites, understanding practices: The biosocial complexity of a One Health intervention for neglected zoonotic helminths in northern Lao PDR
by Bardosh, Kevin & Inthavong, Phouth & Xayaheuang, Sivilai & Okello, Anna L.
- 224-232 Depressive symptoms and SES among the mid-aged and elderly in China: Evidence from the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study national baseline
by Lei, Xiaoyan & Sun, Xiaoting & Strauss, John & Zhang, Peng & Zhao, Yaohui
- 233-242 The habitus of ‘rescue’ and its significance for implementation of rapid response systems in acute health care
by Mackintosh, Nicola & Humphrey, Charlotte & Sandall, Jane
- 243-251 Hospital admissions for severe mental illness in England: Changes in equity of utilisation at the small area level between 2006 and 2010
by White, Jonathan & Gutacker, Nils & Jacobs, Rowena & Mason, Anne
- 252-259 Seeing risk and allocating responsibility: Talk of culture and its consequences on the work of patient safety
by Szymczak, Julia E.
- 260-268 Wage differences according to health status in France
by Ben Halima, Mohamed Ali & Rococo, Emeline
- 269-277 State-level social capital and suicide mortality in the 50 U.S. states
by Smith, Nathan Daniel Lucia & Kawachi, Ichiro
- 278-285 Living with autism spectrum disorder in Hanoi, Vietnam
by Ha, Vu Song & Whittaker, Andrea & Whittaker, Maxine & Rodger, Sylvia
- 286-300 Personality disorders, alcohol use, and alcohol misuse
by Maclean, Johanna Catherine & French, Michael T.
- 301-310 Life events trajectories, allostatic load, and the moderating role of age at arrival from Puerto Rico to the US mainland
by Arévalo, Sandra P. & Tucker, Katherine L. & Falcón, Luis M.
- 317-324 Disaster medicine: Genealogy of a concept
by Stehrenberger, Cécile Stephanie & Goltermann, Svenja
- 325-333 Theorizing the relationship between NGOs and the state in medical humanitarian development projects
by Asad, Asad L. & Kay, Tamara
- 334-343 Rapid response: Email, immediacy, and medical humanitarianism in Aceh, Indonesia
by Grayman, Jesse Hession
- 344-351 Did we do good? NGOs, conflicts of interest and the evaluation of short-term medical missions in Sololá, Guatemala
by Berry, Nicole S.
- 352-359 Performing deservingness. Humanitarian health care provision for migrants in Germany
by Huschke, Susann
- 360-367 Medical humanitarianism in the United States: Alternative healthcare, spirituality and political advocacy in the case of Our Lady Guadalupe Free Clinic
by Tiedje, Kristina & Plevak, David J.
- 368-377 The epidemiology of lethal violence in Darfur: Using micro-data to explore complex patterns of ongoing armed conflict
by de Waal, Alex & Hazlett, Chad & Davenport, Christian & Kennedy, Joshua
- 378-386 On the frontline of eastern Burma's chronic conflict – Listening to the voices of local health workers
by Footer, Katherine H.A. & Meyer, Sarah & Sherman, Susan G. & Rubenstein, Leonard
- 387-395 Bounded agency in humanitarian settings: A qualitative study of adherence to antiretroviral therapy among refugees situated in Kenya and Malaysia
by Mendelsohn, Joshua B. & Rhodes, Tim & Spiegel, Paul & Schilperoord, Marian & Burton, John Wagacha & Balasundaram, Susheela & Wong, Chunting & Ross, David A.
- 396-404 Changing landscapes, changing practice: Negotiating access to sleeping sickness services in a post-conflict society
by Palmer, Jennifer J. & Kelly, Ann H. & Surur, Elizeous I. & Checchi, Francesco & Jones, Caroline
- 405-412 Camel milk, amoxicillin, and a prayer: Medical pluralism and medical humanitarian aid in the Somali Region of Ethiopia
by Carruth, Lauren
- 413-420 Everyday suffering outside prison walls: A legacy of community justice in post-genocide Rwanda
by Rutayisire, Théoneste & Richters, Annemiek
- 421-429 The military physician and contested medical humanitarianism: A dueling identity?
by Gordon, Stuart
- 430-438 The co-construction of medical humanitarianism: Analysis of personal, organizationally condoned narratives from an agency website
by Ager, Alastair & Iacovou, Melina
2014, Volume 119, Issue C
- 1-9 The social construction of ‘dowry deaths’
by Belur, Jyoti & Tilley, Nick & Daruwalla, Nayreen & Kumar, Meena & Tiwari, Vinay & Osrin, David
- 10-17 Posthumous gamete retrieval and reproduction: Would the deceased spouse consent?
by Hans, Jason D.
- 18-26 Healthcare system and the wealth–health gradient: A comparative study of older populations in six countries
by Maskileyson, Dina
- 27-35 Perceived quality of an alternative to acute hospitalization: An analytical study at a community hospital in Hallingdal, Norway
by Lappegard, Øystein & Hjortdahl, Per
- 36-44 Enrolment of older people in social health protection programs in West Africa – Does social exclusion play a part?
by Parmar, Divya & Williams, Gemma & Dkhimi, Fahdi & Ndiaye, Alfred & Asante, Felix Ankomah & Arhinful, Daniel Kojo & Mladovsky, Philipa
- 45-52 All gates lead to smoking: The ‘gateway theory’, e-cigarettes and the remaking of nicotine
by Bell, Kirsten & Keane, Helen
- 53-63 Nativity, duration of residence and chronic health conditions in Australia: Do trends converge towards the native-born population?
by Jatrana, Santosh & Pasupuleti, Samba Siva Rao & Richardson, Ken
- 64-73 Assessing patterns of spatial behavior in health studies: Their socio-demographic determinants and associations with transportation modes (the RECORD Cohort Study)
by Perchoux, Camille & Kestens, Yan & Thomas, Frédérique & Hulst, Andraea Van & Thierry, Benoit & Chaix, Basile
- 74-80 Dispensing emotions: Norwegian community nurses' handling of diversity in a changing organizational context
by Debesay, Jonas & Harsløf, Ivan & Rechel, Bernd & Vike, Halvard
- 81-87 Social capital and adolescent smoking in schools and communities: A cross-classified multilevel analysis
by De Clercq, Bart & Pfoertner, Timo-Kolja & Elgar, Frank J. & Hublet, Anne & Maes, Lea
- 88-97 Bucking social norms: Examining anomalous fertility aspirations in the face of HIV in Lusaka, Zambia
by Moore, Ann M. & Keogh, Sarah & Kavanaugh, Megan & Bankole, Akinrinola & Mulambia, Chishimba & Mutombo, Namuunda
- 98-105 What must I do to succeed?: Narratives from the US premedical experience
by Lin, Katherine Y. & Anspach, Renee R. & Crawford, Brett & Parnami, Sonali & Fuhrel-Forbis, Andrea & De Vries, Raymond G.
- 106-113 ‘We call it a virus but I want to say it's the devil inside’: Redemption, moral reform and relationships with God among people living with HIV in Papua New Guinea
by Kelly-Hanku, Angela & Aggleton, Peter & Shih, Patti
- 114-122 “Don't eat that, you'll get fat!” Exploring how parents and children conceptualise and frame messages about the causes and consequences of obesity
by Thomas, Samantha L. & Olds, Timothy & Pettigrew, Simone & Randle, Melanie & Lewis, Sophie
- 123-130 Symptomization and triggering processes: Ovarian cancer patients' narratives on pre-diagnostic sensation experiences and the initiation of healthcare seeking
by Brandner, Susanne & Müller-Nordhorn, Jacqueline & Stritter, Wiebke & Fotopoulou, Christina & Sehouli, Jalid & Holmberg, Christine
- 131-138 Re-conceptualising holism in the contemporary nursing mandate: From individual to organisational relationships
by Allen, Davina
- 139-146 The effect of social support on the health of Indigenous Australians in a metropolitan community
by Waterworth, Pippa & Rosenberg, Michael & Braham, Rebecca & Pescud, Melanie & Dimmock, James
- 147-154 Social capital, collective action and access to water in rural Kenya
by Bisung, Elijah & Elliott, Susan J. & Schuster-Wallace, Corinne J. & Karanja, Diana M. & Bernard, Abudho
- 155-169 The psychological toll of slum living in Mumbai, India: A mixed methods study
by Subbaraman, Ramnath & Nolan, Laura & Shitole, Tejal & Sawant, Kiran & Shitole, Shrutika & Sood, Kunal & Nanarkar, Mahesh & Ghannam, Jess & Betancourt, Theresa S. & Bloom, David E. & Patil-Deshmukh, Anita
- 170-174 Lower prevalence of psychiatric conditions when negative age stereotypes are resisted
by Levy, Becca R. & Pilver, Corey E. & Pietrzak, Robert H.
- 180-190 Survival of offspring who experience early parental death: Early life conditions and later-life mortality
by Smith, Ken R. & Hanson, Heidi A. & Norton, Maria C. & Hollingshaus, Michael S. & Mineau, Geraldine P.
- 191-197 Ambient temperature during gestation and cold-related adult mortality in a Swedish cohort, 1915–2002
by Bruckner, Tim A. & van den Berg, Gerard J. & Smith, Kirk R. & Catalano, Ralph A.
- 198-206 Socioeconomic status across the life course and all-cause and cause-specific mortality in Finland
by Elo, Irma T. & Martikainen, Pekka & Myrskylä, Mikko
- 207-214 Direct and indirect effects of childhood conditions on survival and health among male and female elderly in China
by Shen, Ke & Zeng, Yi
- 215-223 The association between advanced maternal and paternal ages and increased adult mortality is explained by early parental loss
by Myrskylä, Mikko & Elo, Irma T. & Kohler, Iliana V. & Martikainen, Pekka
- 224-231 Early life conditions and long-term sickness absence during adulthood – A longitudinal study of 9000 siblings in Sweden
by Helgertz, Jonas & Persson, Mats R.
- 232-239 Independent and additive association of prenatal famine exposure and intermediary life conditions with adult mortality between age 18–63 years
by Ekamper, P. & van Poppel, F. & Stein, A.D. & Lumey, L.H.
- 240-248 Can individual conditions during childhood mediate or moderate the long-term cognitive effects of poor economic environments at birth?
by Fritze, Thomas & Doblhammer, Gabriele & van den Berg, Gerard J.
- 249-257 Small for gestational age and adulthood risk of disability pension: The contribution of childhood and adulthood conditions
by Helgertz, Jonas & Vågerö, Denny
- 258-265 Lifelong Socio Economic Position and biomarkers of later life health: Testing the contribution of competing hypotheses
by Ploubidis, George B. & Benova, Lenka & Grundy, Emily & Laydon, Daniel & DeStavola, Bianca
- 266-273 Early life effects across the life course: The impact of individually defined exogenous measures of disease exposure on mortality by sex in 19th- and 20th-century Southern Sweden
by Quaranta, Luciana
- 274-283 Kinship matters: Long-term mortality consequences of childhood migration, historical evidence from northeast China, 1792–1909
by Dong, Hao & Lee, James Z.
- 284-291 Intergenerational health consequences of in utero exposure to maternal stress: Evidence from the 1980 Kwangju uprising
by Lee, Chulhee
2014, Volume 118, Issue C
- 1-8 Mental health in the foreclosure crisis
by Houle, Jason N.
- 9-16 Patients' diagnosis decisions in Alzheimer's disease: The influence of family factors
by Rapp, Thomas
- 17-26 Displays of authority in the clinical consultation: A linguistic ethnographic study of the electronic patient record
by Swinglehurst, Deborah
- 27-32 Evidence of accelerated aging among African Americans and its implications for mortality
by Levine, M.E. & Crimmins, E.M.
- 33-42 Acceptability and feasibility of using non-specialist health workers to deliver mental health care: Stakeholder perceptions from the PRIME district sites in Ethiopia, India, Nepal, South Africa, and Uganda
by Mendenhall, Emily & De Silva, Mary J. & Hanlon, Charlotte & Petersen, Inge & Shidhaye, Rahul & Jordans, Mark & Luitel, Nagendra & Ssebunnya, Joshua & Fekadu, Abebaw & Patel, Vikram & Tomlinson, Mark & Lund, Crick
- 43-51 The effect of in-office waiting time on physician visit frequency among working-age adults
by Tak, Hyo Jung & Hougham, Gavin W. & Ruhnke, Atsuko & Ruhnke, Gregory W.
- 52-60 Are social organizational factors independently associated with a current bacterial sexually transmitted infection among urban adolescents and young adults?
by Jennings, Jacky M. & Hensel, Devon J. & Tanner, Amanda E. & Reilly, Meredith L. & Ellen, Jonathan M.
- 61-65 A short report on knowledge exchange through research-based theatre: ‘Inside out of mind’
by Schneider, Justine & Lowe, Stephen & Myers, Tanya & Scales, Kezia & Bailey, Simon & Middleton, Joanne
- 66-70 Prenatal investments, breastfeeding, and birth order
by Buckles, Kasey & Kolka, Shawna
- 71-79 Racial/ethnic disparities in short sleep duration by occupation: The contribution of immigrant status
by Jackson, Chandra L. & Hu, Frank B. & Redline, Susan & Williams, David R. & Mattei, Josiemer & Kawachi, Ichiro
- 80-88 Is religion the forgotten variable in maternal and child health? Evidence from Zimbabwe
by Ha, Wei & Salama, Peter & Gwavuya, Stanley & Kanjala, Chifundo
- 89-96 The association between grandparenthood and mortality
by Christiansen, Solveig Glestad
- 97-107 The general and mental health of movers to more- and less-disadvantaged socio-economic and physical environments within the UK
by Tunstall, Helena & Mitchell, Richard & Pearce, Jamie & Shortt, Niamh
- 108-118 How does mental–physical multimorbidity express itself in lived time and space? A phenomenological analysis of encounters with depression and chronic physical illness
by Coventry, Peter A. & Dickens, Chris & Todd, Chris
- 119-126 Fragile health and fragile wealth: Mortgage strain among African American homeowners
by Keene, Danya E. & Lynch, Julia F. & Baker, Amy Castro
- 127-134 Modeling satisfaction amongst the elderly in different Chinese urban neighborhoods
by Yan, Bingqiu & Gao, Xiaolu & Lyon, Michael
- 135-142 Predictors of suicides occurring within suicide clusters in Australia, 2004–2008
by Derek Cheung, Yee Tak & Spittal, Matthew J. & Williamson, Michelle Kate & Tung, Sui Jay & Pirkis, Jane
- 143-151 Social status and biological dysregulation: The “status syndrome” and allostatic load
by Seeman, Melvin & Stein Merkin, Sharon & Karlamangla, Arun & Koretz, Brandon & Seeman, Teresa
- 152-158 Stigma and the perpetuation of obesity
by Brewis, Alexandra A.
- 159-165 Colonization of later life? Laypersons' and users' agency regarding anti-aging medicine in Germany
by Schweda, Mark & Pfaller, Larissa
- 166-172 The association between psychosocial stress and mortality is mediated by lifestyle and chronic diseases: The Hoorn Study
by Rutters, Femke & Pilz, Stefan & Koopman, Anitra D. & Rauh, Simone P. & Te Velde, Saskia J. & Stehouwer, Coen D. & Elders, Petra J. & Nijpels, Giel & Dekker, Jacqueline M.
- 173-180 Dependency denied: Health inequalities in the neo-liberal era
by Peacock, Marian & Bissell, Paul & Owen, Jenny
- 182-190 Are the educational differences in incidence of cardiovascular disease explained by underlying familial factors? A twin study
by Madsen, Mia & Andersen, Per K. & Gerster, Mette & Andersen, Anne-Marie N. & Christensen, Kaare & Osler, Merete
2014, Volume 117, Issue C
- 1-9 Is self-rated health a stable and predictive factor for allostatic load in early adulthood? Findings from the Nord Trøndelag Health Study (HUNT)
by Vie, Tina Løkke & Hufthammer, Karl Ove & Holmen, Turid Lingaas & Meland, Eivind & Breidablik, Hans Johan
- 10-17 Do welfare regimes influence the association between disability and self-perceived health? A multilevel analysis of 57 countries
by Foubert, Josephine & Levecque, Katia & Van Rossem, Ronan & Romagnoli, Alessia
- 18-24 Dream vs. reality: Seven case-studies on the desirability and feasibility of cross-border hospital collaboration in Europe
by Glinos, Irene A. & Baeten, Rita
- 25-33 The influence of gender equality policies on gender inequalities in health in Europe
by Palència, Laia & Malmusi, Davide & De Moortel, Deborah & Artazcoz, Lucía & Backhans, Mona & Vanroelen, Christophe & Borrell, Carme
- 34-41 Exploring socio-cultural factors that mediate, facilitate, & constrain the health and empowerment of refugee youth
by Edge, Sara & Newbold, K. Bruce & McKeary, Marie
- 42-49 The politics of tuberculosis and HIV service integration in Ghana
by Amo-Adjei, Joshua & Kumi-Kyereme, Akwasi & Fosuah Amo, Hannah & Awusabo-Asare, Kofi
- 50-57 The social life of health records: Understanding families' experiences of autism
by Angell, Amber M. & Solomon, Olga
- 58-66 No association found between cardiovascular mortality, and job demands and decision latitude: Experience from the Västerbotten Intervention Programme in Sweden
by Padyab, Mojgan & Blomstedt, Yulia & Norberg, Margareta
- 67-75 Results from using a new dyadic-dependence model to analyze sociocentric physician networks
by Paul, Sudeshna & Keating, Nancy L. & Landon, Bruce E. & O'Malley, A. James
- 76-85 Suicide and the 2008 economic recession: Who is most at risk? Trends in suicide rates in England and Wales 2001–2011
by Coope, Caroline & Gunnell, David & Hollingworth, William & Hawton, Keith & Kapur, Nav & Fearn, Vanessa & Wells, Claudia & Metcalfe, Chris
- 86-95 Linking governance mechanisms to health outcomes: A review of the literature in low- and middle-income countries
by Ciccone, Dana Karen & Vian, Taryn & Maurer, Lydia & Bradley, Elizabeth H.
- 96-106 ‘It is hard for mums to put themselves first’: How mothers diagnosed with breast cancer manage the sociological boundaries between paid work, family and caring for the self
by Mackenzie, Catherine Ruth
- 107-115 Negotiating jurisdiction in the workplace: A multiple-case study of nurse prescribing in hospital settings
by Kroezen, M. & Mistiaen, P. & van Dijk, L. & Groenewegen, P.P. & Francke, A.L.
- 116-124 Social recovery and the move beyond deficit models of depression: A feminist analysis of mid-life women's self-care practices
by Fullagar, Simone & O'Brien, Wendy
- 125-133 Understanding the adoption dynamics of medical innovations: Affordances of the da Vinci robot in the Netherlands
by Abrishami, Payam & Boer, Albert & Horstman, Klasien
- 134-141 Health system reform in rural China: Voices of healthworkers and service-users
by Zhou, Xu Dong & Li, Lu & Hesketh, Therese
- 142-149 Assessing the potential impact of increased participation in higher education on mortality: Evidence from 21 European populations
by Kulhánová, Ivana & Hoffmann, Rasmus & Judge, Ken & Looman, Caspar W.N. & Eikemo, Terje A. & Bopp, Matthias & Deboosere, Patrick & Leinsalu, Mall & Martikainen, Pekka & Rychtaříková, Jitka & Wojtyniak, Bogdan & Menvielle, Gwenn & Mackenbach, Johan P.
- 150-159 The inter-section of political history and health policy in Asia – The historical foundations for health policy analysis
by Grundy, John & Hoban, Elizabeth & Allender, Steve & Annear, Peter
2014, Volume 116, Issue C
- 1-9 Neighborhood context and immigrant children's physical activity
by Brewer, Mackenzie & Kimbro, Rachel Tolbert
- 10-21 How community environment shapes physical activity: Perceptions revealed through the PhotoVoice method
by Belon, Ana Paula & Nieuwendyk, Laura M. & Vallianatos, Helen & Nykiforuk, Candace I.J.
- 22-31 Suicide and the Great Recession of 2007–2009: The role of economic factors in the 50 U.S. states
by Phillips, Julie A. & Nugent, Colleen N.
- 32-40 Consultancy research as a barrier to strengthening social science research capacity in Uganda
by Wight, Daniel & Ahikire, Josephine & Kwesiga, Joy C.
- 41-48 The psychiatric report as moral tool: A case study in a French district court
by Fernandez, Fabrice & Lézé, Samuel
- 49-55 The relationship between parenting, family interaction and childhood dental caries: A case-control study
by de Jong-Lenters, M. & Duijster, D. & Bruist, M.A. & Thijssen, J. & de Ruiter, C.
- 56-63 How might healthcare systems influence speed of cancer diagnosis: A narrative review
by Brown, Sally & Castelli, Michele & Hunter, David J. & Erskine, Jonathan & Vedsted, Peter & Foot, Catherine & Rubin, Greg
- 64-72 Cohort differences in the marriage–health relationship for midlife women
by Newton, Nicky J. & Ryan, Lindsay H. & King, Rachel T. & Smith, Jacqui
- 73-81 The two cultures of health worker migration: A Pacific perspective
by Connell, John
- 82-92 Contribution of streetscape audits to explanation of physical activity in four age groups based on the Microscale Audit of Pedestrian Streetscapes (MAPS)
by Cain, Kelli L. & Millstein, Rachel A. & Sallis, James F. & Conway, Terry L. & Gavand, Kavita A. & Frank, Lawrence D. & Saelens, Brian E. & Geremia, Carrie M. & Chapman, James & Adams, Marc A. & Glanz, Karen & King, Abby C.
- 93-101 Assessing young people's perceptions of HIV risks in Nyanza, Kenya: Are school and community level factors relevant?
by Tenkorang, Eric Y. & Maticka-Tyndale, Eleanor
- 102-109 The caregiving bind: Concealing the demands of informal care can undermine the caregiving identity
by Moore, Helen & Gillespie, Alex
- 110-118 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 U.S. women
by Agénor, Madina & Krieger, Nancy & Austin, S. Bryn & Haneuse, Sebastien & Gottlieb, Barbara R.
- 119-125 “It's better for me to drink, at least the stress is going away”: Perspectives on alcohol use during pregnancy among South African women attending drinking establishments
by Watt, Melissa H. & Eaton, Lisa A. & Choi, Karmel W. & Velloza, Jennifer & Kalichman, Seth C. & Skinner, Donald & Sikkema, Kathleen J.
- 126-133 Conceptualising time before surgery: The experience of patients waiting for hip replacement
by Johnson, Emma C. & Horwood, Jeremy & Gooberman-Hill, Rachael
- 134-141 A diagnostic illusory? The case of distinguishing between “vegetative” and “minimally conscious” states
by Nettleton, Sarah & Kitzinger, Jenny & Kitzinger, Celia