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Apr 14 2015

Access articles from Routledge Health and Social Care

Access the most read sexuality and sexual health articles of 2014 for free

Read the most downloaded articles of 2014 from sexuality and sexual health journals online. Covering a range of topics including addiction, STDs, sexual nomenclature and much more.

Please click here to read the free access collection.

Explore the latest Open Access HIV/AIDS research

Access the latest Open Access HIV/AIDS articles published in Routledge journals. Please click here to visit the Routledge HIV/AIDS Open Access page.

eHealth & mHealth

“eHealth & mHealth” is the April theme on the Routledge Health & Social Care Arena. View a free access collection featuring sixty peer-reviewed articles and several special issues on the topic.

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World Malaria Day: Free Article Collection

In light of World Malaria Day on April 25 and as part of Routledge’s Millennium Development Goals Campaign, Routledge offers the free article campaign. With over one hundred free articles, this collection offers a comprehensive view of world health today and historically, in line with MDG Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Other Diseases.

Calculating Global Health

This Economy and Society paper, accounts for the shift by showing how a novel epidemiological style of thought emerged in the closing decades of the twentieth century.

Read ‘The governmentalization of living: calculating global health’ for free until July 31.

HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b2275707


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Jun 07 2013

Free access to the latest Social Work Research

  • Health & Social Care Arena
  • You can access our health and social care resources through the Health & Social Care Arena. The latest Special Issues, free content, promotions, call for papers, books, journals and events are all in one place saving you time and making it easy for you to stay ahead of the field. Forthcoming themes include; Occupational Therapy; Addiction and Sleep.


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May 16 2013

Access the latest Health and Social Care Research

The Latest Articles and Books on Addiction

Addiction books and journals are showcased. For free articles on Addiction, the latest special issues, key books and information on how to sign up for new issue email alerts so you never miss out on the latest research, please visit the Health & Social Care Arena.

Free online access to articles from the AIDS Research journals

Click here to read  the recent highly-cited Open Access articles from SAHARA-J: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS. HKUL users can continue to access via http://library.hku.hk/record=b4728992

Journal of Children and Media: Research for Practice

Journal of Children and Media is dedicated to ensuring the social relevance of the academic knowledge it produces to the welfare of children around the world.  A sample of free online articles were assembled in order to  offer cutting edge research with applied relevance for those working with or on behalf of children. Click here to read free articles.


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Jul 29 2010

Psychology Headlines Around the World from Socialpsychology.org

  1. Squabbling siblings learn a valuable lesson
  2. New Analysis May Help Clarify the Role of Craving in Addiction
  3. Can artwork influence suicidal thoughts?
  4. Making the Invisible Visible: Verbal Cues Enhance Visual Detection
  5. U.S. Army: Dogs Help Battle PTSD

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Jun 14 2010

Psychology Headlines from PSYCHNEWS

  1. Treatment of Self-Sabotage: The Prognosis is Good!
  2. Every Dog Has Its Day
  3. Violent Video Games May Increase Aggression in Some but Not Others, Says New Research
  4. Why Does Feeling Low Hurt? Depressed Mood Increases the Perception of Pain
  5. Addiction, Self-responsibility and the Importance of Choice
  6. The ABCD of Psychology and Happiness
  7. A Simple Apology Could Fuel Settlement Of Legal Disputes
  8. Better Approach for Depression?

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