Table 1.

The 3 Most Frequently Read Articles in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine in 2012, by Issue

IssueArticle Authors and TitleArticle TypeURL
January/February 2012, volume 25, issue 11. Post RE, Mainous AG, King DE, Simpson KN. Dietary Fiber for the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Meta-Analysis1Original research
2. Matheson EM, King DE, Everett CJ. Healthy Lifestyle Habits and Mortality in Overweight and Obese Individuals2Original research
3. Crosson JC, Schueth AJ, Isaacson N, Bell DS. Early Adopters of Electronic Prescribing Struggle to Make Meaningful Use of Formulary Checks and Medication History Documentation3Original research
March/April 2012 (special teams in primary care issue), volume 25, issue 21. Guaraldi F, Salvatori R. Cushing Syndrome: Maybe Not So Uncommon of an Endocrine Disease4Clinical review
2. Markova T, Mateo M, Roth LM. Implementing Teams in a Patient-Centered Medical Home Residency Practice: Lessons Learned5Special Communication
3. Tapp H, Phillips SE, Waxman D, Alexander M, Brown R, Hall M. Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Improved Chronic Care Management for Diabetic Patients in an Urban Safety Net Ambulatory Care Clinic6Research letter
May/June 2012, volume 25, issue 31. Galvin JE, Sadowsky CH. Practical Guidelines for the Recognition and Diagnosis of Dementia7Clinical review
2. Sadowsky CH, Galvin JE. Guidelines for the Management of Cognitive and Behavioral Problems in Dementia8Clinical review
3. John J, Koshy SKG. Current Oral Antiplatelets: Focus Update on Prasugrel9Clinical review
July/August 2012, volume 25, issue 41. Jerant A, Franks P. Body Mass Index, Diabetes, Hypertension, and Short-Term Mortality: A Population-Based Observational Study, 2000 to 200610Original research
2. Viera AJ. Resistant Hypertension11Clinical review
3. Terry AL, Brown JB, Bestard Denomme L, Thind A, Stewart M. Perspectives on Electronic Medical Record Implementation after Two Years of Use in Primary Health Care Practice12Family medicine and the health care system
September/October 2012 (special practice-based research issue), volume 25, issue 51. Nemeth LS, Ornstein SM, Jenkins RG, Wessell AM, Nietert PJ. Implementing and Evaluating Electronic Standing Orders in Primary Care Practice: A PPRNet Study13Original research
2. Baumgardner DJ. Soil-Related Bacterial and Fungal Infections14Clinical review
3. Werner JJ. Measuring the Impact of Practice-based Research Networks (PBRNs)15Commentary
November/December 2012, volume 25, issue 61. Hines JL, King TS, Curry WJ. The Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale for Screening for Adult Attention Deficit–Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)16Original research
2. Hamrick I. More House Calls by Fewer Physicians17Commentary
3. Mold JW, Holtzclaw BJ, McCarthy L. Night Sweats: A Systematic Review of the Literature18Clinical review
  • Data source: Content usage statistics for the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, January through December 2012, HighWire Press (updated monthly). Rankings are based on hits received by articles archived on the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine website only. Accessed March 15, 2013.