Hit parade

BMJ 2005; 331 doi: (Published 24 November 2005) Cite this as: BMJ 2005;331:1277

These articles scored the most hits on the BMJ's website in their first week of publication


  1. Editorial: ASCOT: a tale of two treatment regimens BMJ 2005;331: 859-607795 hits

  2. Editorial: Bird flu and pandemic flu BMJ 2005;331: 975-67137 hits

  3. News: Do GPs deserve their recent pay rise? BMJ 2005;331: 8006101 hits

  4. Editorial: Sports utility vehicles and older pedestrians BMJ2005;331: 787-84339 hits

  5. Editor's choice: Evidence not ideology BMJ 2005;331 (8 October) 4107 hits

  6. Clinical review: The patient's journey: rheumatoid arthritis BMJ 2005;331:887-93268 hits

  7. Editorial: Cervical cancer, human papillomavirus, and vaccination BMJ2005;331: 915-63166 hits

  8. This week in the BMJ: Obesity begins in infancy BMJ 2005;331 (22 October) 3149 hits

  9. Paper: Being big or growing fast: systematic review of size and growth in infancy and later obesity 3054 hits

  10. Education and debate: Statistics notes: Standard deviation and standard errors BMJ 2005;331: 9033050 hits

All articles cited are full text versions.

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