Undergraduate bullying,skirt size and tobacco packaging: Most Read Articles in September

This month’s top ten most accessed articles includes a systematic review by Abu Dabrh et al. on the health assessment of commercial drivers, Marston et al’s  study on anal sex and young people is still proving to be a popular read,  Timm’s survey reporting on medical undergraduate students and bullying is a new entry, whilst Lusignan et al discuss patient’s online access to electronic health records.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Abu Dabrh et al. Health assessment of commercial drivers: a meta-narrative systematic review
2 Marston et al. Anal heterosex among young people and implications for health promotion: a qualitative study in the UK
3 Timm ‘It would not be tolerated in any other profession except medicine’: survey reporting on undergraduates’ exposure to bullying and harassment in their first placement year
4 Rao et al. Do healthier foods and diet patterns cost more than less healthy options? A systematic review and meta-analysis
5 Parand et al. The role of hospital managers in quality and patient safety: a systematic review
6 Baars et al. A 6-year comparative economic evaluation of healthcare costs and mortality rates of Dutch patients from conventional and CAM GPs
7 Lusignan et al. Patients’ online access to their electronic health records and linked online services: a systematic interpretative review
8 Stranges et al. Major health-related behaviours and mental well-being in the general population: the Health Survey for England
9 Fourkala et al. Association of skirt size and postmenopausal breast cancer risk in older women: a cohort study within the UK Collaborative Trial of Ovarian Cancer Screening (UKCTOCS)
10 Scollo et al. Early evidence about the predicted unintended consequences of standardised packaging of tobacco products in Australia: a cross-sectional study of the place of purchase, regular brands and use of illicit tobacco

 

 

Most read figures are based on pdf downloads and full text views. Abstract views are excluded.