Immunogenetics: Open Access

Immunogenetics: Open Access
Open Access

Immunogenetics: Open Access : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Immunogenetics: Open Access have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Immunogenetics: Open Access has got h-index 4, which means every article in Immunogenetics: Open Access has got 4 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Immunogenetics: Open Access.

  2022 2021 2020 2019 2018

Year wise published articles

30 30 10 3 9

Year wise citations received

2 18 20 12 5
Journal total citations count 84
Journal impact factor 0.3
Journal 5 years impact factor 0.67
Journal cite score 1.05
Journal h-index 4
Journal h-index since 2018 4
Important citations

lessons learned in developing community mental health care in africa

nurses’ implementation of mental health screening among hiv infected guidelines

the health related quality of life of hiv positive respondents on antiretroviral treatment and hiv negative living in lower socio-economic housing in kwazulu-natal, south africa

neurocognitive dysfunction among hiv positive patients using international hiv dementia scale

diagnostic accuracy of the international hiv dementia scale and hiv dementia scale: a meta-analysis.

prevalence and predictors of neurocognitive impairment in ethiopian population living with hiv.

epidemiology of depressive disorders in people living with hiv in africa: a systematic review and meta-analysis: burden of depression in hiv in africa.

effect of caregivers' depression and alcohol use on child antiretroviral adherence in south africa

the montreal cognitive assessment–basic (moca-b) is not a reliable screening tool for cognitive decline in hiv patients receiving combination antiretroviral therapy in rural south africa

prevalence and factors associated with probable hiv dementia in an african population: a cross-sectional study of an hiv/aids clinic population

correlates of emotional and behavioural problems in children with perinatally acquired hiv in cape town, south africa.

screening for hiv-associated neurocognitive disorders: sensitivity and specificity

prevalence, characteristics and correlates of a positive-dementia screen in patients on antiretroviral therapy in bamenda, cameroon: a cross-sectional study.

prevalence of hiv-associated neurocognitive disorder (hand) among patients attending a tertiary health facility in northern nigeria

identifying risk factors for hiv-associated neurocognitive disorders using the international hiv dementia scale

screening for hiv-associated dementia in south africa: potentials and pitfalls of task-shifting.

improving detection of hiv-associated cognitive impairment: comparison of the international hiv dementia scale and a brief screening battery.

a systematic review of the screening accuracy of the hiv dementia scale and international hiv dementia scale.

validity of cognitive screens for hiv-associated neurocognitive disorder: a systematic review and an informed screen selection guide

trail making test a improves performance characteristics of the international hiv dementia scale to identify symptomatic hand.

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