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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Minority Groups
3
2019
386
1.060
Why?
Health Occupations
1
2018
13
0.710
Why?
Career Choice
1
2018
39
0.700
Why?
Education, Distance
1
2018
31
0.690
Why?
Program Evaluation
1
2018
308
0.630
Why?
Students
1
2018
377
0.530
Why?
Congresses as Topic
1
2013
36
0.520
Why?
Biotechnology
1
2009
12
0.390
Why?
Health Status Disparities
2
2019
552
0.370
Why?
Behavioral Research
1
2019
36
0.180
Why?
Minority Health
1
2019
68
0.180
Why?
Statistics, Nonparametric
1
2018
109
0.180
Why?
Seasons
1
2018
97
0.170
Why?
Vulnerable Populations
1
2019
122
0.170
Why?
Cultural Diversity
2
2019
146
0.160
Why?
Biomedical Research
1
2019
285
0.150
Why?
Follow-Up Studies
1
2018
963
0.140
Why?
Periodicals as Topic
1
2013
48
0.120
Why?
Cultural Competency
1
2013
107
0.120
Why?
African Americans
1
2019
1820
0.090
Why?
Humans
4
2019
30463
0.080
Why?
Male
1
2018
17749
0.050
Why?
Female
1
2018
18553
0.050
Why?
Georgia
1
2019
133
0.050
Why?
Research Support as Topic
1
2019
70
0.050
Why?
Research Personnel
1
2019
109
0.040
Why?
Registries
1
2019
311
0.040
Why?
Prospective Studies
1
2019
1216
0.040
Why?
Ethnic Groups
1
2019
825
0.030
Why?
United States
1
2019
3333
0.030
Why?
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