Cigarette packaging, twitter and workplace bullying: Most read articles in July

The most-read article in July was Wakefield et al‘s article on effects of the Australian plain cigarette packaging policy on adult smokers, which received widespread press coverage. Another popular title was Brynolf et al‘s paper on physician’s use of Twitter.  Other newly-published papers in the top ten include Wallace et al‘s systematic review on the epidemiology of malpractice claims in primary care as well as Carter et al‘s interview study of workplace bullying in the NHS.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Wakefield et al Introduction effects of the Australian plain packaging policy on adult smokers: a cross-sectional stud
2 Carpenter et al Bed sharing when parents do not smoke: is there a risk of SIDS? An individual level analysis of five major case–control studies
3 Brynolf et al Virtual colleagues, virtually colleagues—physicians’ use of Twitter: a population-based observational study
4 Wallace et al The epidemiology of malpractice claims in primary care: a systematic review
5 Gao et al Effects of centrally acting ACE inhibitors on the rate of cognitive decline in dementia
6 Doyle et al A systematic review of evidence on the links between patient experience and clinical safety and effectiveness
7 Ford et al Current treatments in diabetic macular oedema: systematic review and meta-analysis
8 Pearce et al Obesity in young men, and individual and combined risks of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular morbidity and death before 55 years of age: a Danish 33-year follow-up study
9 Heneghan et al Evidence for non-communicable diseases: analysis of Cochrane reviews and randomised trials by World Bank classification
10 Carter et al Workplace bullying in the UK NHS: a questionnaire and interview study on prevalence, impact and barriers to reporting

 

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