Last month we had just under 10, 000 downloads of full text papers from LSHTM Research Online with China, Germany and the USA the top three countries downloading. Below are the top five downloaded papers from March:
- Pathai, S; (2013) Does HIV accelerate the aging process? An assessment of clinical, ophthalmic and serum parameters in HIV-infected individuals in South Africa. PhD thesis, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. 124 downloads.
- Nyanzi, Stella; (2008) Negotiating scripts for meaningful sexuality an ethnography of youths in the Gambia. PhD thesis, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. 112 downloads.
- Baguelin, M; Flasche, S; Camacho, A; Demiris, N; Miller, E; Edmunds, WJ; (2013) Assessing Optimal Target Populations for Influenza Vaccination Programmes: An Evidence Synthesis and Modelling Study. PLoS medicine, 10 (10). e1001527. 59 downloads.
- Antoniou, AC; Cunningham, AP; Peto, J; Evans, DG; Lalloo, F; Narod, SA; Risch, HA; Eyfjord, JE; Hopper, JL; Southey, MC; +21 more… (2008) The BOADICEA model of genetic susceptibility to breast and ovarian cancers: updates and extensions. British journal of cancer, 98 (8). pp. 1457-1466. 49 downloads
- Maroof, Zabihullah; (2011) The effects of vitamin D supplementation on the incidence of pneumonia in infants and young children in Kabul, Afghanistan: a double blind randomized controlled trial. PhD thesis, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. 37 downloads
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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.