Bicycling injuries, clinical trial registration, and the under-representation of women in leadership roles
This month sees a lot of change in the Top 10 Most Read, with many new papers entering the list. At number one this month is Teschke et al‘s assessment of bicycling injury hospitalisation rates with relation to helmet legislation and mode shares, which has generated a lot of interest both on our site and on Twitter. Our second most read article takes a look at clinical trial registration, reporting and publication rates for new drugs approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. Bismark et al examine the reasons for the under-representation of women in medical leadership roles via a qualitative study at number six, and maintaining its position at number five this month is Hysing et al‘s paper on adolescent use of electronic devices in relation to sleep.
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