Insights in Reproductive Medicine : Citations & Metrics Report

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

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Insights in Reproductive Medicine.

  2021 2020 2019 2018

Year wise published articles

13 19 17 15

Year wise citations received

13 12 13 3
Journal total citations count 48
Journal impact factor 0.31
Journal 5 years impact factor 0.47
Journal cite score 0.47
Journal h-index 4
Journal h-index since 2017 4
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Ovarian hydatid cyst – systematic review of clinicopathological and immunohistochemical characteristics of an unusual entity

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Abdominal Hydatidosis-A Rare Presentation

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Abdominal Hydatidosis-A Rare Presentation

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Abdominal Hydatidosis-A Rare Presentation

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Abdominal Hydatidosis-A Rare Presentation

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Abdominal Hydatidosis-A Rare Presentation

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Abdominal Hydatidosis-A Rare Presentation

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The Effect of Increasing Awareness of Puberty Changes on the Resilience and Distress Tolerance in Female Teens

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Dysmenorrhea and Associated Risk Factors among Adolescent Girls in Junior High School of Upper East Region, Ghana

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An exploration of menstruation hygiene management among high school learners: the case of Fezeka High School, Gugulethu

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Effectiveness of Individualised Homoeopathic Medicines versus Conventional Treatment in the Management of Primary Dysmenorrhoea in Young Unmarried Females: A Randomised, Open-Label, Clinical Study

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Prevalence of post partum modern family planning utilization and associated factors among postpartum mothers in Debre Tabor town, North West Ethiopia, 2018

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Postpartum modern contraception utilization and its determinants in Ethiopia: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

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The influence of balanced counseling strategy on mother toward use of post partum family planning.

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Prevalence of post partum modern family planning utilization and associated factors among postpartum mothers in Debre Tabor town, North West Ethiopia, 2018

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Postpartum modern contraception utilization and its determinants in Ethiopia: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

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The influence of balanced counseling strategy on mother toward use of post partum family planning.

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Knowledge of Postpartum Women About Modern Contraceptive Methods and Attitudes Towards its Utilization in Debre Tabor Town, Northwest Ethiopia: A Community-Based Cross-Sectional Study

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Mothers’ experiences of continuing their pregnancy after prenatally receiving a diagnosis of Down syndrome

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Knowledge, attitudes, and decision making towards prenatal testing among antenatal clinic attendees in Lagos University Teaching Hospital: an institution-based cross-sectional study.

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