Rank #1: Registered nurse, health care support worker, medical staffing levels and mortality
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Jan 04 2016
Rank #2: UK research spend in 2008 and 2012: comparing stroke, cancer, coronary heart disease and dementia
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May 19 2015
Rank #3: Impact of the urgent care telephone service NHS 111 pilot sites
BMJ Open associate editor Alison Walker talks to Janette Turner, The University of Sheffield, School of Health and Related Research, about her study examining the impact of the NHS 111 pilot.
Oct 21 2013
Rank #4: Publishing priorities of biomedical research funders
BMJ Open editor-in-chief Trish Groves talks to Ellen Collins, Research Information Network, about her paper examining the publishing priorities of biomedical research funders.
Read the full paper here: http://bit.ly/1acGNid
Oct 09 2013
Rank #5: Prevalence and incidence rates of autism in the UK
BMJ Open editor-in-chief Trish Groves talks to Hershel Jick, Boston Collaborative Drug Surveillance Program, Boston University School of Medicine, about his paper looking into prevalence and rates of autism in the UK.
Read the full paper here bit.ly/1hYo0K1
Oct 08 2013
Rank #6: The war on illegal drugs: Is it working?
BMJ Open editor-in-chief Trish Groves talks to Dan Werb, Urban Health Research Initiative, British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, about his team's study into patterns of illegal drug supply across the world.
Read the full paper here: bit.ly/1gBGwN3
Aug 19 2013
Rank #7: How active are our children? Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study
We know that children in many parts of the world are spending too much time sitting, often glued to screens. But just how inactive are they?
A report in BMJ Open from the Millennium Cohort Study looks at physical activity levels and social, economic and health-related circumstances of nearly 6500 children across the UK. The children wore accelerometers, gadgets that objectively measure movement.
Trish Groves, BMJ Open editor in chief, talks to Carol Dezateux, from University College London's Institute of Child Health, about her team's research.
Read the full paper here: bit.ly/1fT4Lou
Aug 13 2013