Missed opportunities in full immunization coverage: findings from low- and lower-middle-income countries María Clara Restrepo-Méndez, Aluísio J.D. Barros, Kerry L.M. Wong, Hope L. Johnson, George Pariyo, Fernando C. Wehrmeister, Cesar G. Victora
Insights into Global Health Practice from the Agile Software Development Movement David Flood, Anita Chary, Kirsten Austad, Anne Kraemer Diaz, Pablo García, Boris Martinez, Waleska López Canú, Peter Rohloff
Climate change and health in Bangladesh: a baseline cross-sectional survey Md Iqbal Kabir, Md Bayzidur Rahman, Wayne Smith, Mirza Afreen Fatima Lusha, Abul Hasnat Milton
Defective support network: a major obstacle to coping for patients with heart failure: a qualitative study Parvin Mangolian Shahrbabaki, Esmat Nouhi, Majid Kazemi, Fazlollah Ahmadi
Factors associated with cognitive function in older adults in Mexico Jenny Miu, Joel Negin, Aarón Salinas-Rodriguez, Betty Manrique-Espinoza, Ana Luisa Sosa-Ortiz, Robert Cumming, Paul Kowal
ASEAN Integration and its Health Implications Complete Special Issue, incl Table of Contents
Special Issue: Epidemiological Transitions - Beyond Omran's Theory Complete Special Issue, incl Table of Contents
Gender and Health Complete Special Issue, incl Table of Contents
Characteristics, availability and uses of vital registration and other mortality data sources in post-democracy South Africa Jané Joubert, Chalapati Rao, Debbie Bradshaw, Rob E. Dorrington, Theo Vos, Alan D. Lopez
Climate change and health in Bangladesh: a baseline cross-sectional survey Md Iqbal Kabir, Md Bayzidur Rahman, Wayne Smith, Mirza Afreen Fatima Lusha, Abul Hasnat Milton
Gender and health inequalities: intersections with other relevant axes of oppression Carmen Vives-Cases, Malin Eriksson, Isabel Goicolea, Ann Öhman

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Global Health Action is fully indexed with all leading and relevant indexing services and databases, including Medline, PubMed/PubMed Central, and Scopus, among others. The Impact Factor (2014) is 1.93, with a ranking of 66/162 in the category of Public, Environmental & Occupational Health, and an H-index of 33. The Journal has an SJR of 0.466 and falls within Q2 of the Health Policy Category.

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