What was our Most Cited and Most Accessed content of 2016?

By Natasha Salaria (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)

Most cited content in 2016

CaptureThe top 10 most cited is dominated entirely by our supplement papers on ‘The Emergence and Effectiveness of Global Health Networks’ published in April 2016. I have included the link to the supplement above- please do have a browse through these interesting papers. I have then included the next top 10 cited outside of this supplement, including research on a new data informed platform for health in India and Ethiopia, health workers in Sierra Leone, healthcare access in Zambian prisons and more – enjoy!

  1. District decision-making for health in low-income settings: a case study of the potential of public and private sector data in India and Ethiopia
  1. Strengthening capacity to apply health research evidence in policy making: experience from four countries
  1. Valuing the work of unpaid community health workers and exploring the incentives to volunteering in rural Africa
  1. The free health care initiative: how has it affected health workers in Sierra Leone?
  1. Exploring the drivers of health and healthcare access in Zambian prisons: a health systems approach
  1. District decision-making for health in low-income settings: a feasibility study of a data-informed platform for health in India, Nigeria and Ethiopia
  1. District decision-making for health in low-income settings: a qualitative study in Uttar Pradesh, India, on engaging the private health sector in sharing health-related data
  1. District decision-making for health in low-income settings: a systematic literature review
  1. Framing and the health policy process: a scoping review
  1. Access to integrated community case management of childhood illnesses services in rural Ethiopia: a qualitative study of the perspectives and experiences of caregivers

Most accessed content in 2016Capture

Most accessed may have a bearing on what is likely to be cited in the coming years. The most accessed content included the same  ‘District decision making for health in low income settings’ supplement papers mentioned above, as well as some strong reviews and research articles on implementation strength in low- and middle-income settings, universal health coverage, radiation exposure and more. Here is the most accessed in descending order:

  1. Framing and the health policy process: a scoping review
  1. Measuring implementation strength: lessons from the evaluation of public health strategies in low- and middle-income settings
  1. Inequality and inequity in healthcare utilization in urban Nepal: a cross-sectional observational study
  1. A framework on the emergence and effectiveness of global health networks
  1. Performance of retail pharmacies in low- and middle-income Asian settings: a systematic review
  1. Donning the mask: effects of emotional labour strategies on burnout and job satisfaction in community healthcare
  1. Exploring corruption in the South African health sector
  1. Universal Health Coverage’s evolving location in the post-2015 development agenda: Key informant perspectives within multilateral and related agencies during the first phase of post-2015 negotiations
  1. An evaluation of early countermeasures to reduce the risk of internal radiation exposure after the Fukushima nuclear incident in Japan
  1. Barriers to healthcare coordination in market-based and decentralized public health systems: a qualitative study in healthcare networks of Colombia and Brazil

Related content:

Podcast on our ‘District decision making for health in low income settings’ supplement: https://soundcloud.com/user-347591104/district-decision-making-for-health-in-low-income-settings-a-new-model-for-data-platforms

Blog on ‘The Emergence and Effectiveness of Global Health Networks’ supplement: http://blogs.lshtm.ac.uk/hppdebated/2016/06/22/our-latest-supplement-on-the-emergence-and-effectiveness-of-global-health-networks/

Our current issue is here! https://academic.oup.com/heapol/issue/32/1.

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