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.
Family Practice offers its readership an international view of the problems and preoccupations in the field, while providing a medium of instruction and exploration.
The journal's range and content covers such areas as health care delivery, epidemiology, public health, medical education, and medical sociology. The journal aims to be interdisciplinary and contributions from other disciplines of medicine and social science are always welcomed.
All Family Practice content becomes freely available online 12 months after publication.
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Impact Factor and ranking
|Year||Impact Factor||Si: Primary Health Care||Si: Medicine, General & Internal|
|2015||2.022||4 out of 20||43 out of 151|
|2014||1.861||6 out of 19||56 out of 153|
|2013||1.842||5 out of 18||51 out of 150|
|2012||1.828||4 out of 17||47 out of 152|
|2011||1.503||6 out of 14||59 out of 153|
|2010||1.709||5 out of 13||46 out of 151|
|2009||1.515||50 out of 132|
|2008||1.630||48 out of 107|
|2007||1.696||34 out of 100|
|2006||1.558||37 out of 103|
This information is taken from the Journal Citation Reports, published annually as part of the Science Citation Index by ISI.
Abstracting and Indexing Services
Family Practice is covered by several major indexing services including:
Current Contents® /Clinical Medicine
Excerpta Medica Abstract Journals
Journal Citation Reports /Science Edition
Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch®)