Research priorities for Parkinson’s, aphasia rehabilitation and urban planning: Most read articles in July

A number of new papers are included in July’s Top 10 Most Read, including a realist policy analysis research programme by Harris et al which aims to observe the land-use planning system in New South Wales, Australia, and how it incorporates health and health equity at multiple levels. Power et al‘s article takes a look at best practice statements for use in post-stroke aphasia rehabilitation. Deane et al‘s paper on identifying and prioritising evidential uncertainties that impact on everyday management of Parkinson’s disease and O’Keeffe et al‘s paper on predictors of alcohol use during pregnancy were also popular papers this month.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Branas et al. The impact of economic austerity and prosperity events on suicide in Greece: a 30-year interrupted time-series analysis
2 Iparraguirre Socioeconomic determinants of risk of harmful alcohol drinking among people aged 50 or over in England
3 Power et al. Development and validation of Australian aphasia rehabilitation best practice statements using the RAND/UCLA appropriateness method
4 O’Keeffe et al. Prevalence and predictors of alcohol use during pregnancy: findings from international multicentre cohort studies
5 Parand et al. The role of hospital managers in quality and patient safety: a systematic review
6 Rachiotis et al. What has happened to suicides during the Greek economic crisis? Findings from an ecological study of suicides and their determinants (2003-2012)
7 Whiting et al. How well do health professionals interpret diagnostic information? A systematic review
8 Marston et al. Anal heterosex among young people and implications for health promotion: a qualitative study in the UK
9 Deane et al. Priority setting partnership to identify the top 10 research priorities for the management of Parkinson’s disease
10 Harris et al. ‘Including health in systems responsible for urban planning’: a realist policy analysis research programme

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