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PHDL’s Top Ten Journals

Posted by on January 6th, 2022 Posted in: Blog, PHDL Resources

Each year, the Public Health Digital Library reviews what materials our users are reading in our collection.  This year the most viewed journals covered a broad range of titles from the expected: the New England Journal of Medicine and the American Journal of Public Health to journals on infectious diseases  such as Clinical Infectious Diseases and Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology to titles on wildlife and fishery management.    Here is a list of the top viewed journals by users of the PHDL.

Top Ten PHDL Journals

#1 The New England Journal of Medicine, Massachusetts Medical Society

#2 JAMA, American Medical Association

#3 Annals of Internal Medicine, American College of Physicians

#4 The BMJ, BMJ Publishing Group Ltd

#5 American Journal of Public Health, American Public Health Association

#6 Journal of Forensic Sciences, Wiley

#7 Tobacco control, BMJ Publishing Group Ltd

#8 JAMA Network Open, American Medical Association

#9 The Journal of Wildlife Management, Wiley

#10 Clinical Infectious Diseases, Oxford University Press

The list is based on the number of times PHDL users viewed a full text article in each journal during May to December 2021.  This information is used to evaluate materials in the collection and during the renewal process.

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Kathy Downing is the Public Health Digital Library Coordinator for the NNLM Public Health Coordination Office.

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