"Sociology of Health and Illness has become an indispensable resource for medical sociologists on both sides of the Atlantic. It is a showcase for first-rate theoretical and empirical articles of all stripes; furthermore, it is a pleasure to read."
Professor Peter Conrad, Brandeis University
"Sociology of Health and Illness is at the forefront of journals devoted to social sciences and health by virtue of the empirical, methodological and conceptual excellence of papers published in it. If one is looking for 'cutting edge' ideas, this is where they will be found."
Professor Virginia Olesen
"Sociology of Health and Illness provides important analyses of social factors affecting health and health care systems. In addition to presenting qualitative studies, it is an important source of quantitative studies of the social determinants of health."
Paul D. Cleary, Editor, The Milbank Quarterly