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Top 5 downloaded papers from LSHTM Research Online – September 2014

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Last month LSHTM Research Online had over 21,700 full text papers downloaded. The top three downloading countries last month were Germany, US and France.  Below are the top five downloaded papers for September:

  1. Karlyn, Andrew Scott; (2005) Sexual identity, risk perceptions and AIDS prevention scripts among young people in Mozambique. PhD thesis, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. 313 downloads.
  2. Nyanzi, Stella; (2008) Negotiating scripts for meaningful sexuality an ethnography of youths in the Gambia. PhD thesis, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. 107 downloads.
  3. Morof, DF; Kerber, K; Tomczyk, B; Lawn, J; Blanton, C; Sami, S; Amsalu, R; (2014) Neonatal survival in complex humanitarian emergencies: setting an evidence-based research agenda. Confl Health, 8. p. 8. 107 downloads.
  4. CRASH-2 collaborators; Roberts, I; Shakur, H; Afolabi, A; Brohi, K; Coats, T; Dewan, Y; Gando, S; Guyatt, G; Hunt, BJ; +4 more… (2011) The importance of early treatment with tranexamic acid in bleeding trauma patients: an exploratory analysis of the CRASH-2 randomised controlled trial. Lancet, 377 (9771). 1096-101, 1101.e1-2. 99 downloads.
  5. Tami, A; Grundmann, H; Sutherland, C; McBride, JS; Cavanagh, DR; Campos, E; Snounou, G; Barnabe, C; Tibayrenc, M; Warhurst, DC; (2002) Restricted genetic and antigenic diversity of Plasmodium falciparum under mesoendemic transmission in the Venezuelan Amazon. Parasitology, 124 (Pt 6). pp. 569-81. 94 downloads.

If you are an LSHTM author and would like to make your full text papers available in LSHTM Research Online please get in touch and we can advise on publisher policies, copyright and versions.

We will be regularly posting details of the most downloaded papers from LSHTM Research Online to this blog but more detailed statistics are available from the Research Online website or team at researchonline@lshtm.ac.uk

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