Health & Social Care in the Community
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Edited By: Karen Luker
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 8/38 (Social Work)
Online ISSN: 1365-2524
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Common needs but divergent interventions for U.S. homeless and foster care children: results from a systematic review.
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Call for Review Papers
Health and Social Care in the Community is seeking literature reviews (systematic or narrative) of topics of importance to the delivery of health and social care in the community. HSCC aims to create a new section within the journal dedicated to high quality reviews and 'state of the art papers'. Examples would include:
Care of older people, working with the third sector, perspectives of health for marginal and/or disadvantaged groups, innovations in the provision of mental health care, effectiveness of interventions, innovations in the provision of social care.
HSCC is also open to suggestions for reviews from author(s). All reviews will be subjected to the peer review process.
Top Downloaded Articles in 2013
The effectiveness of inter-professional working for older people living in the community: a systematic review
Daksha Trivedi, Claire Goodman, Heather Gage, Natasha Baron, Fiona Scheibl, Steve Iliffe, Jill Manthorpe, Frances Bunn, Vari Drennan
Common needs but divergent interventions for U.S. homeless and foster care children: results from a systematic review
Cheryl Zlotnick, Tammy Tam, Suzanne Zerger
A narrative review of Men’s Sheds literature: reducing social isolation and promoting men’s health and well-being
Nathan J. Wilson, Reinie Cordier
The effectiveness of culturally appropriate interventions to manage or prevent chronic disease in culturally and linguistically diverse communities: a systematic literature review
Saras Henderson, Elizabeth Kendall, Laurenne See
Call for Reviewers
If you have experience of writing journal papers, why not become a reviewer?
HSCC are recruiting reviewers in all journal topic areas. We especially welcome new statistical reviewers. If you are interested in becoming a reviewer please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a form.
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