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Drugs and mental health, the mistreatment of clinical interns and evidence-based practice: Most-read articles in February

11 Mar, 13 | by Assistant Editor

 

The most-read article in February was Al-Shafaee and colleagues’ study of the mistreatment of clinical interns in Oman. Doyle et al‘s  systematic review of the links between patient experience and clinical safety – originally published in January – remains popular,  and Ubbink et al’s newly published scoping review on evidence-based practice was the third most-read.

Ward et al‘s paper on new drug launches in the UK received plenty of media attention, including articles by the BBC.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Al-Shafaee et al Pilot study on the prevalence of abuse and mistreatment during clinical internship: a cross-sectional study among first year residents in Oman
2 Doyle et al A systematic review of evidence on the links between patient experience and clinical safety and effectiveness
3 Ubbink et al Framework of policy recommendations for implementation of evidence-based practice: a systematic scoping review
4 Hermens et al Frequent alcohol, nicotine or cannabis use is common in young persons presenting for mental healthcare: a cross-sectional study
5 Ward et al Decline in new drug launches: myth or reality? Retrospective observational study using 30 years of data from the UK
6 Erviti et al Oral bisphosphonates may not decrease hip fracture risk in elderly Spanish women: a nested case–control study
7 Clar et al Systematic review of SGLT2 receptor inhibitors in dual or triple therapy in type 2 diabetes
8 Treweek et al Methods to improve recruitment to randomised controlled trials: Cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis
9 Bellis et al Dying to be famous: retrospective cohort study of rock and pop star mortality and its association with adverse childhood experiences
10 Katzmarzyk et al Sedentary behaviour and life expectancy in the USA: a cause-deleted life table analysis

 

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