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EmeraldInsight

Health &
Social Care

eJournal Collection



Our thought-provoking Health & Social Care Collection explores real-world scenarios and offers recommended improvements and solutions from leading thinkers in the field.

Themes covered include inequalities in healthcare provision, parity of physical and mental health, caring for an ageing population, the impact of crime on society, and creating healthy workforces.

All titles appear in Scopus and 90% of eligible titles are indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index. Many journals are published in partnership with key research centres including the Tizard Centre at University of Kent (UK), Estia Centre (UK), and Health Service Management Centre, University of Birmingham (UK).

Article submissions are closely mapped against research trends to ensure published content reflects areas of current or rapidly emerging interest. And, with no embargoes, you are always guaranteed immediate access to the latest research.

All articles are hosted on our platform, which has been custom designed to ensure you can find and access the content you need on any device.

The topics we cover

  • Adult protection and safeguarding
  • Ageing population
  • Aggression, conflict and peace
  • Care and value for money
  • Children's services
  • Community safety
  • Criminal behaviour and society
  • Criminology and forensic psychology
  • Enabling technologies
  • Health service delivery and quality
  • Healthy workforces
  • Human rights
  • Inequalities in healthcare
  • Learning and intellectual disabilities
  • Offending behaviour
  • Policy in healthcare management
  • Substance abuse
  • Therapeutic communities
  • Vulnerable groups

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Video: Preliminary investigation of dog presence on stress and organizational perceptions.


A growing trend to allow pets in hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care facilities is spreading to companies that report positive anecdotal reactions by employees and customers. Published in the , this Emerald article has featured widely in the general media, including the BBC, Time Magazine and The Huffington Post.