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Journal of Health Research Announcements

  • January 2024, Journal of Health Research had 1875 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Gains and Challenges of the Barangay Health Worker (BHW) Program during COVID-19 in Selected Cities in the Philippines (141 downloads)
    2. Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference of Public Health Sciences (131 downloads)
    3. Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference of Public Health Sciences (125 downloads)

  • December 2023, Journal of Health Research had 1543 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Gains and Challenges of the Barangay Health Worker (BHW) Program during COVID-19 in Selected Cities in the Philippines (180 downloads)
    2. Anxiety and depression in palliative care cancer patients in Vietnam: baseline data from a randomized controlled trial of multidisciplinary palliative care versus standard care (108 downloads)
    3. The Evaluation of Collaborative Disease Prevention and Control Measures for Border Health Between Thailand and Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia (65 downloads)

  • November 2023, Journal of Health Research had 1432 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Gains and Challenges of the Barangay Health Worker (BHW) Program during COVID-19 in Selected Cities in the Philippines (276 downloads)
    2. Knowledge and performance on diabetes control among primary health workers: A baseline survey of quasi experimental study in Naypyitaw, Myanmar ( 82 downloads)
    3. Using SWOT Analysis to create strategies for solving problems in implementing school lunch programs in Thailand (76 downloads)

  • October 2023, Journal of Health Research had 1166 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Using SWOT Analysis to create strategies for solving problems in implementing school lunch programs in Thailand (92 downloads)
    2. Gains and Challenges of the Barangay Health Worker (BHW) Program during COVID-19 in Selected Cities in the Philippines (86 downloads)
    3. Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference of Public Health Sciences (73 downloads)

  • September 2023, Journal of Health Research had 762 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Using SWOT Analysis to create strategies for solving problems in implementing school lunch programs in Thailand (63 downloads)
    2. The Relationship of Organophosphate Pesticide Exposure and Cognitive Decline Among Residents of an Agricultural Area in Northern Thailand (53 downloads)

  • August 2023, Journal of Health Research had 762 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Effects of a community health nurse telehealth care program on self-management and quality of life among persons with peritoneal dialysis (48 downloads)
    2. The relationship of organophosphate pesticide exposure and cognitive decline among residents of an agricultural area in northern Thailand. (48 downloads)
    3. Using SWOT analysis to create strategies for solving problems in implementing school lunch programs in Thailand (47 downloads)

  • July 2023, Journal of Health Research had 551 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. The relationship of organophosphate pesticide exposure and cognitive decline among residents of an agricultural area in northern Thailand (44 downloads)
    2. Using SWOT analysis to create strategies for solving problems in implementing school lunch programs in Thailand (30 downloads)
    3. Depression and related factors among Health Science students in Da Nang, Vietnam: a cross-sectional stuudy (26 downloads)

  • June 2023, Journal of Health Research had 694 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. The Relationship of Organophosphate Pesticide Exposure and Cognitive Decline Among Residents of an Agricultural Area in Northern Thailandd (47 downloads)
    2. Factors associated with food choice motivations among urban high school students in Indonesia (43 downloads)
    3. Chronic Diseases and Inpatient Care among the Middle-Aged and Elderly People in Indonesia (39 downloads)

  • May 2023, Journal of Health Research had 615 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Public Health Officers’ Capability, Opportunity, Motivation, and Behavior after COVID-19 Vaccination in Thailand (48 downloads)
    2. Depression and Related Factors among Health Science Students in Da Nang, Vietnam: A Cross-Sectional Study (28 downloads) (26 downloads)
    3. Factors influencing men’s involvement in maternal and child health: men’s experiences and religious leader’s support in Central Java, Indonesia (26 downloads)

  • April 2023, Journal of Health Research had 615 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Public Health Officers’ Capability, Opportunity, Motivation, and Behavior after COVID-19 Vaccination in Thailand (54 downloads)
    2. Depression and Related Factors among Health Science Students in Da Nang, Vietnam: A Cross-Sectional Study (28 downloads) (28 downloads)

  • March 2023, Journal of Health Research had 921 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Stress and Stress Coping Strategies among Foreign Bachelor’s Medical Interns in Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) Hospitals (58 downloads)
    2. Public Health Officers’ Capability, Opportunity, Motivation, and Behavior after COVID-19 Vaccination in Thailand (56 downloads)
    3. A Randomized Experiment on the Effects of Moral Appeals on U.S. Parents’ Intentions to Vaccinate Their 5e11-Year-Old Children Against COVID-19 (48 downloads)

  • February 2023, Journal of Health Research had 522 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Effect of the culturally tailored diabetes prevention program for at-risk Thai Muslim people in semi-urban areas (59 downloads)
    2. Hand Hygiene Behaviors Associated With Peritoneal Dialysis-Related Infection (38 downloads)
    3. A Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference of Public Health Sciences (35 downloads)

  • January 2023, Journal of Health Research had 664 full-text downloads. The most popular papers were:
    1. Predictors of Intention to Stay as Perceived by Nurses Working at Community Hospitals, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand (46 downloads)
    2. The Impact of eHealth Applications In Healthcare Intervention: A Systematic Review (43 downloads)
    3. Health workers’ knowledge, attitudes, and practices on reporting adverse events following immunization (AEFI) in Nigeria: a cross-sectional study (36 downloads)

  • Scopus updates the system twice a year in quarter two and quarter four.
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