The invisibility of men in South African violence prevention policy: national prioritization, male vulnerability, and framing prevention Ashley Van Niekerk, Susanne Tonsing, Mohamed Seedat, Roxanne Jacobs, Kopano Ratele, Roderick McClure
Secular trends in age at menarche among Chinese girls from 24 ethnic minorities, 1985 to 2010 Yi Song, Jun Ma, Anette Agardh, Patrick W.C. Lau, Peijin Hu, Bing Zhang
Regional trade and the nutrition transition: opportunities to strengthen NCD prevention policy in the Southern African Development Community Anne Marie Thow, David Sanders, Eliza Drury, Thandi Puoane, Syeda N. Chowdhury, Lungiswa Tsolokile, Joel Negin
‘It is a dilemma’: perspectives of nurse practitioners on health screening of newly arrived migrants Faustine K. Nkulu Kalengayi, Anna-Karin Hurtig, Annika Nordstrand, Clas Ahlm, Beth M. Ahlberg
Local perceptions of causes of death in rural South Africa: a comparison of perceived and verbal autopsy causes of death Laith Hussain-Alkhateeb, Edward Fottrell, Max Petzold, Kathleen Kahn, Peter Byass
ASEAN Integration and its Health Implications Complete Special Issue, incl Table of Contents
<b>Building new knowledge</b> Complete Supplement, incl Table of Contents
Associations between urbanisation and components of the health-risk transition in Thailand. A descriptive study of 87,000 Thai adults Lynette L-Y. Lim, Tord Kjellstrom, Adrian Sleigh, Suwanee Khamman, Sam-Ang Seubsman, Jane Dixon, Cathy Banwell
Knowledge, attitudes and practice about malaria in rural Tigray, Ethiopia Johan Paulander, Henrik Olsson, Hailemariam Lemma, Asefaw Getachew, Miguel San Sebastian
Comparing the job satisfaction and intention to leave of different categories of health workers in Tanzania, Malawi, and South Africa Duane Blaauw, Prudence Ditlopo, Fresier Maseko, Maureen Chirwa, Aziza Mwisongo, Posy Bidwell, Steve Thomas, Charles Normand
Inequity in India: the case of maternal and reproductive health Linda Sanneving, Nadja Trygg, Deepak Saxena, Dileep Mavalankar, Sarah Thomsen

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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 42/145 in the category of Public, Environmental & Occupational Health. The Journal has an SJR of 0.466 and falls within Q2 of the Health Policy Category.

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