Top Ten Most Read in July: listening to music during pregnancy, stress reduction for intensive care patients and anxiety among Tunisian medical residents

The July Most Read list sees the return of two previously highly accessed papers to the top spots. At number one, Pereira Gray et al examine continuity of doctor care and whether this is related to mortality while at number two, Petrilli et al take a look at patient preference for physician attire.

A case-control study from Heazell et al enters the list this month at number three, reporting on the perception of fetal movements in women who experienced a stillbirth. Having collected data from 41 maternity units in the UK, the authors concluded that an increased strength of fetal movements and fetal hiccups is associated with decreased risk of stillbirth. Wade et al, at number four, perform a mixed-methods intervention development study to test the feasibility of a psychological intervention for patients in intensive care, to reduce acute stress and prevent future morbidity.

In at number five, a cross-sectional study from Marzouk et al takes a look at anxiety and depressive symptoms among Tunisian medical residents. They conclude that Tunisian residents experience a rate of anxiety/depression which is substantially higher than that reported at the international level, and call for future interventions to address this. Finally, new to the list this month and entering at number nine, a paper by Fancourt et al explores whether listening to music during pregnancy is associated with lower symptoms of postnatal depression and higher well-being in mothers post-birth.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Pereira Gray et al. Continuity of care with doctors–a matter of life and death? A systematic review of continuity of care and mortality
2 Petrilli et al. Understanding patient preference for physician attire: a cross-sectional observational study of 10 academic medical centres in the USA
3 Heazell et al.
4 Wade et al. Providing psychological support to people in intensive care: development and feasibility study of a nurse-led intervention to prevent acute stress and long-term morbidity
5 Marzouk et al. Prevalence of anxiety and depressive symptoms among medical residents in Tunisia: a cross-sectional survey
6 Plueschke et al. EU-funded initiatives for real world evidence: descriptive analysis of their characteristics and relevance for regulatory decision-making
7 Khaw et al. Randomised trial of coconut oil, olive oil or butter on blood lipids and other cardiovascular risk factors in healthy men and women
8 Chiavaroli et al. Effect of pasta in the context of low-glycaemic index dietary patterns on body weight and markers of adiposity: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials in adults
9 Fancourt et al. Could listening to music during pregnancy be protective against postnatal depression and poor wellbeing post birth? Longitudinal associations from a preliminary prospective cohort study
10 Dorsey-Treviño et al. Systematic review and meta-analysis of the effect of SGLT-2 inhibitors on microvascular outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes: a review protocol

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