Family Medicine & Medical Science Research

Family Medicine & Medical Science Research
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ISSN: 2327-4972


Family Medicine & Medical Science Research : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Family Medicine & Medical Science Research have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Family Medicine & Medical Science Research has got h-index 12, which means every article in Family Medicine & Medical Science Research has got 12 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Family Medicine & Medical Science Research.

  2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

11 7 13 11 20

Year wise citations received

89 102 69 56 63
Journal total citations count 524
Journal impact factor 3.50
Journal 5 years impact factor 4.97
Journal cite score 6.14
Journal h-index 12
Journal h-index since 2016 10
Important citations

Bettini, E. A. (2016). Central sensitization and associated factors in adolescents with joint hypermobility and dysautonomia (Doctoral dissertation, The University of Arizona).

Arun Kumar, R., Kavya Manaswini, R., & Anitha Sri, S. (2016). Innovative approaches in the field of cardiology. Res Rev Biosci, 11(3), 109.

Junghans-Rutelonis, A. N., Postier, A., Warmuth, A., Schwantes, S., & Weiss, K. E. (2019). Pain management in pediatric patients with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome: current insights. Journal of pain research, 12, 2969.

Gagliotti, C., Buttazzi, R., Di Mario, S., Morsillo, F., & Moro, M. L. (2015). A regionwide intervention to promote appropriate antibiotic use in children reversed trends in erythromycin resistance to Streptococcus pyogenes. Acta Paediatrica (Oslo, Norway: 1992), 104(9), e422-4.

Negussie, G. T., Jima, A., & Shiferaw, A. (2021). Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude and Utilization of Emergency Contraception Among Women of Reproductive Age in Arsi Zone, Ethiopia.

Legesse Abera, A. S., Guta, A., & Belay, Y. (2021). Emergency contraceptive utilization and associated factors among college students in Dire Dawa City, Eastern Ethiopia: A cross-sectional study. European Journal of Midwifery, 5.

Fikre, R., Amare, B., Tamiso, A., & Alemayehu, A. (2020). Determinant of emergency contraceptive practice among female university students in Ethiopia: systematic review and meta-analysis. Contraception and reproductive medicine, 5(1), 1-9.

Fekadu, H., Teshite, B., Teshome, G., Amdemichael, R., & Tafa, M. (2020). Utilization of Emergency Contraception and Associated Factors Among Vocational College Female Students in Shashemene Town, Oromia, Ethiopia, 2018. American Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, 8(3), 49-55.

Chere, N., & Belete, T. (2017). Emergency contraceptive use and associated factors among undergraduate female students in Wollo University, Dessie, Ethiopia. Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology, 9(10), 272-278.

Feleke, A. E., Nigussie, T. S., & Debele, T. Z. (2019). Utilization and associated factors of emergency contraception among women seeking abortion services in health institutions of Dessie town, North East Ethiopia, 2018. BMC research notes, 12(1), 1-6.

Abraha, D., Welu, G., Berwo, M., Gebretsadik, M., Tsegay, T., Gebreheat, G., & Gebremariam, H. (2019). Knowledge of and Utilization of Emergency Contraceptive and Its Associated Factors among Women Seeking Induced Abortion in Public Hospitals, Eastern Tigray, Ethiopia, 2017: A Cross-Sectional Study. BioMed research international, 2019.

Nyambura, M. G., Kiarie, J. N., Orang’o, O., & Okube, O. T. (2017). Knowledge and utilisation of emergency contraception pills among female undergraduate students at the University of Nairobi, Kenya. Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 7(9), 989-1005.

Tesfa, A., Bizuneh, D. A., Tesfaye, T., Gebru, A. A., Ayene, Y. Y., & Tamene, A. B. (2015). Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practice towards emergency contraceptive methods among female students in Seto Semero high school, Jimma town, south west Ethiopia. Science Journal of Public Health, 3(4), 478-486.

Zeleke, E. D., Assefa, D. G., Woldesenbet, T. T., & Gido, R. (2021). Utilization of Long Acting and Permanent Contraceptive Method and Associated Factor Among Women of Reproductive Age in West Guji Zone, Southern Ethiopia, 2018.

Birku, Z., Berhe, S., & Assefa, Y. (2021). Demand for Long Acting and Permanent Contraceptives Methods and Associated Factors Among Married Women Visiting Assosa Town Health Institution for Family Planning. Journal of Family Medicine and Health Care, 7(3), 65-76.

Daba, G., Deressa, J. T., & Sinishaw, W. (2021). Assessment of intention to use postpartum intrauterine contraceptive device and associated factors among pregnant women attending antenatal clinics in ambo town public health institutions, Ethiopia, 2018. Contraception and Reproductive Medicine, 6(1), 1-9.

FEYISSA, B. D. (2018). Advisor-Mulugeta Betre (MD, Ass. Prof) Co-Advisor–Nigusse Assefa (MPH) (Doctoral dissertation, Addis Ababa University).

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Amenu, D., Wakjira, T., Kebede, A., Asefa, Z., & Tadele, A. (2021). Factors Influencing Intention to Use Intrauterine Device Among Family Planning Clients in Southwestern Ethiopia.

Berhe, R., & Nigusie, A. (2020). Intention to use long acting contraceptive methods and associated factors among women currently using short acting contraceptive methods in Gondar city, northwest Ethiopia: using the theory of planned behavior.

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