Euthanasia requests, the risks of heavy smoking and alcohol use in older people: Most read articles in August

A few new entries are included in August’s Top 10 Most Read as well as some popular articles from previous months. New entries include Thienpont et al‘s paper on euthanasia requests among psychiatric patients and Elwyn et al‘s paper on the motivations of patients to record their clinical encounters, measured by a mixed-methods analysis of survey data. A Mendelian randomisation meta-analysis from Morris et al aimed to investigate whether heavier smoking is associated with abdominal adiposity phenotypes, concluding that smoking in an effort to control weight may lead to accumulation of central adiposity. Rao et al‘s paper on exploring the relationship between alcohol consumption, health, ethnicity and socioeconomic deprivation was also popular this month.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Thienpont et al. Euthanasia requests, procedures and outcomes for 100 Belgian patients suffering from psychiatric disorders: a retrospective, descriptive study
2 Rao et al. Alcohol use, socioeconomic deprivation and ethnicity in older people
3 Elwyn et al. Patients recording clinical encounters: a path to empowerment? Assessment by mixed methods
4 Parand et al. The role of hospital managers in quality and patient safety: a systematic review
5 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)
6 Deane et al. Priority setting partnership to identify the top 10 research priorities for the management of Parkinson’s disease
7 Whiting et al. How well do health professionals interpret diagnostic information? A systematic review
8 Hubble et al. Trunk muscle exercises as a means of improving postural stability in people with Parkinson’s disease: a protocol for a randomised controlled trial
9 Branas et al. The impact of economic austerity and prosperity events on suicide in Greece: a 30-year interrupted time-series analysis
10 Morris et al. Heavier smoking may lead to a relative increase in waist circumference: evidence for a causal relationship from a Mendelian randomisation meta-analysis. The CARTA consortium

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