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Table 3 Programme-supported papers published overall and papers published by mentees, 2010–2016: Citations and downloads by theme

From: Building the evidence base on the HIV programme in India: an integrated approach to document programmatic learnings

Theme documented All programme-supported papersa publishedb Programme-supported papersa published by menteesc
No. of citations (No. of papers) Average citations per paper Average downloads/views per paper No .of citations (No. of papers) Average citations per paper
HIV/STI risk: key populationsd 608 (57) 10.7 1656 230 (34) 6.8
HIV/STI risk: bridge populationse 298 (15) 19.9 1551 41 (7) 5.9
HIV/STI care service delivery models 248 (18) 13.8 2091 85 (13) 6.5
Impact of scaled-up prevention programmes 77 (15) 5.1 1823 44 (13) 3.4
Community mobilisation interventions 146 (17) 8.6 1985 89 (14) 6.4
HIV prevention programmes 150 (17) 8.8 1644 69 (16) 4.3
HIV/STI risk: general population 134 (22) 6.1 1362 80 (19) 4.2
Monitoring and evaluation methodologies 111 (8) 13.9 1354 23 (6) 3.8
Behaviour change models 11 (3) 3.7 407 11 (3) 3.7
Total 1796 (172) 10.4 1656 672 (125) 5.4
  1. Note: Based on Google Scholar citation list. Papers are grouped into multiple thematic categories
  2. aRefers to papers supported technically and financially (for processing fees in open access journals) by the programme
  3. bIncludes 95 published papers
  4. cIncludes 63 published papers
  5. dIncludes female sex workers, high-risk men who have sex with men, transgender persons and injecting drug users
  6. eIncludes truckers, clients of female sex workers and migrants