Urban cycling, physician attire and the impact of complaints on Doctors: Most Read Articles in January

Several new papers made the January top 10 most read, including the cross-sectional survey by Bourne et al., on the impact of complaints on doctor’s health and psychological welfare. We also had a popular analysis of cycling injuries and the relationship with personal, trip, route and crash characteristics by Cripton et al. Petrelli et al.‘s paper on the role of physician attire on patient perceptions including trust, satisfaction and confidence and Aboshady et al.’s article on open online training courses for medical students in developing countries were both highly accessed.

 

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Cripton et al. Severity of urban cycling injuries and the relationship with personal, trip, route and crash characteristics: analyses using four severity metrics

2 Bourne et al. The impact of complaints procedures on the welfare, health and clinical practise of 7926 doctors in the UK: a cross-sectional survey

3 Marston et al. Prescribing of antipsychotics in UK primary care: a cohort study

4 Caulfield et al. Representations of the health value of vitamin D supplementation in newspapers: media content analysis

5 Barnett et al. The impact of a streamlined funding application process on application time: two cross-sectional surveys of Australian researchers

6 Deane et al. Priority setting partnership to identify the top 10 research priorities for the management of Parkinson’s disease

7 Petrilli et al. Understanding the role of physician attire on patient perceptions: a systematic review of the literature— targeting attire to improve likelihood of rapport (TAILOR) investigators

8 Guzman-Castillo et al. The contribution of primary prevention medication and dietary change in coronary mortality reduction in England between 2000 and 2007: a modelling study

9 Aboshady et al. Perception and use of massive open online courses among medical students in a developing country: multicentre cross-sectional study

10 Parand et al. The role of hospital managers in quality and patient safety: a systematic review

 

 

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