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Table 3 Top 20 highest h-index institutions in HRQoL research

From: Research trends and hotspots of health-related quality of life: a bibliometric analysis from 2000 to 2019

Institution h (R) TA (%) SA (%) CA (%)
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA),USA 63(1) 436(1.74) 39(8.94) 397(91.06)
University of Toronto(UT), Canada 59(2) 543(2.16) 33(6.08) 510(93.92)
Harvard University(HU), USA 57(3) 298(1.19) 10(3.36) 288(96.64)
McMaster University(MMU), Canada 56(4) 312(1.24) 18(5.77) 294(94.23)
University of Washington(UW), USA 51(5) 308(1.23) 23(7.47) 285(92.53)
University of Amsterdam(UA), Netherlands 50(6) 294(1.17) 43(14.63) 251(85.37)
Karolinska Institute(KI), Sweden 49(7) 425(1.69) 29(6.82) 396(93.18)
University of Helsinki(UH), Finland 48(8) 325(1.29) 29(8.92) 296(91.08)
University of Michigan(UM), USA 47(9) 339(1.35) 36(10.62) 303(89.38)
Johns Hopkins University(JHU), USA 47(9) 266(1.06) 12(4.51) 254(95.49)
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF),USA 46(11) 330(1.31) 26(7.88) 304(92.12)
Northwestern University(NU), USA 45(12) 401(1.6) 24(5.99) 377(94.01)
University of North Carolina(UNC), USA 45(12) 268(1.07) 45(16.79) 223(83.21)
University of Groningen(UG), Netherlands 44(14) 312(1.24) 35(11.22) 277(88.78)
University of California, San Diego (UCSD),USA 44(14) 199(0.79) 18(9.05) 181(90.95)
University of Pittsburgh(UP), USA 43(16) 266(1.06) 28(10.53) 238(89.47)
University of British Columbia(UBC), Canada 43(16) 258(1.03) 15(5.81) 243(94.19)
McGill University(MGU), Canada 42(18) 240(0.96) 12(5) 228(95)
University of Oslo(UO), Norway 41(19) 278(1.11) 9(3.24) 269(96.76)
Duke University(DU), USA 40(20) 268(1.07) 16(5.97) 252(94.03)
Leiden University(LU), Netherlands 40(20) 256(1.02) 33(12.89) 223(87.11)
University of Alberta(UoA), Canada 40(20) 247(0.98) 28(11.34) 219(88.66)
University of Pennsylvania(UP), USA 40(20) 233(0.93) 24(10.3) 209(89.7)
  1. H Index(R): h index (rank); TA (%): the number of articles published by the institution (percentage of all articles); SA (%): the number of single-institution articles (percentage of TA); CA (%):inter-institutional collaborative articles (percentage of TA)