Social stigma, patient knowledge and bed sharing: Most read articles in November

The most-read article in November was Snow et al’s article on what happens when patients have more knowledge than their doctors. Werb et al‘s article on international government surveillance systems continues to be popular. Other newly-published papers in the top ten include Rajmil et al‘s look at the impact of the economic crisis on children’s health and Browne et al’s study of the social stigma around type 2 diabetes.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Snow et al What happens when patients know more than their doctors? Experiences of health interactions after diabetes patient education: a qualitative patient-led study
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 Werb et al The temporal relationship between drug supply indicators: an audit of international government surveillance systems
4 Ford et al Current treatments in diabetic macular oedema: systematic review and meta-analysis
5 Doyle et al A systematic review of evidence on the links between patient experience and clinical safety and effectiveness
6 Wakefield et al Introduction effects of the Australian plain packaging policy on adult smokers: a cross-sectional study
7 Rajmil et al Impact of the economic crisis on children’s health in Catalonia: a before–after approach
8 Browne et al ‘I call it the blame and shame disease’: a qualitative study about perceptions of social stigma surrounding type 2 diabetes
9 Nguyen et al Statin treatment and risk of recurrent venous thromboembolism: a nationwide cohort study
10 Taylor et al Prevalence and incidence rates of autism in the UK: time trend from 2004–2010 in children aged 8 years


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