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Impact Factor
2.022
5 year Impact Factor
2.207

Editor
Professor Victoria Neale

About the journal

Family Practice is an international journal aimed at practitioners, teachers, and researchers in the fields of family medicine, general practice, and primary care in both developed and developing countries …

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Rising Impact Factor

The 2015 Impact Factor of Family Practice is 2.022, now ranking 4th out of 20 journals in the SI: Primary Health Care category. The Impact Factor has risen consistently for the past five years.

Editor's choice articles

An article is selected in each issue of the journal by the Editor, Victoria Neale, to be made frely available to readers. We hope you enjoy this sample of the journal's research.

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Primary care research in Latin America

Primary care research in Latin America

Volume 33, issue 3 of Family Practice featured a special section on primary care research in Latin America, guest edited by Natalia Yavich and Ernesto P Báscolo.

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Family Practice is an international journal aimed at practitioners, teachers, and researchers in the fields of family medicine, general practice, and primary care in both developed and developing countries. Find out more about submitting from the below links.

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Developing Countries Initiative

Developing Countries Initiative

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