Time to face up to research misconduct : Britain and many other countries are failing to respond to evidence of misconduct.
Bovine spongiform encephalopahy and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease : The link is unproved, but no better explanation is presently forthcoming
Bovine Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease? Failures of epidemiology must be remedied
Cognitive function and low blood pressure in elderly people : No causal link, so it's all right to treat moderate hypertension
Making decisions with children : A child's rights to share in health decisions can no longer be ignored
BSE linked to new variant of CJD in humans
Headlines
WHO steps up fight against TB
AIDS now more chronic than fatal
Gulf war veterans show nerve damage
Baby's doctors to ask for right to die
Scottish judges say court can decide in PVS cases
Census shows that employment is healthier
GP struck off for fraud in drug trials
NHS urged to rethink children's rights
Russian life expectancy rises
Campaign aims to make the English more active
Locum's errors prompt review
US graduates opt for primary care
Focus : London
Is the cognitive function of older patients affected by antihypertensive treatment? Results from 54 months of the Medical Research Council's treatment trial of hypertension in older adults
Low blood pressure and dementia in elderly people : the Kungsholmen project
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO : The General Medical Council and the British Medical Association.
Mammography screening : an incremental cost effectiveness analysis of double versus single reading of mammograms
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO : THE PREVENTION OF SUNSTROKE.
Psychological support for patients undergoing breast cancer surgery : a randomised study
Commentary : ethics of clinical research without patients' consent
Interchangeability of conjugated Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccines during primary immunisation of infants : \\\\\Immunobiology Unit, Institute of Child Health, London WC1N 1EH (David Goldblatt, senior lecturer)\\\\\Immunisation Division, Public Health Laboratory Service, Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre, London NW9 5EQ (Christopher K Fairley, research fellow, Elizabeth Miller, head)\\\\\Public Health Laboratory, Gloucester Royal Hospital, Gloucester GL1 3NN (Keith Cartwright, group director, Public Health, Laboratory Service South West)\\\\\Correspondence to
Evidence based general practice : a retrospective study of interventions in one training practice
Survey of general practitioners' views of consultants' non-urgent referral of outpatients to other consultants
Combining specialist and primary health care teams for HIV positive patients : retrospective and prospective studies
Fortnightly Review : Morphine in cancer pain
North of England evidence based guidelines development project : summary version of evidence based guideline for the primary care management of stable angina
Are tobacco subsidies a misuse of public funds?
Over the Counter Drugs : The future for self medication
PAST PRESCRIBING : An 18th century medical student worries about placebos
ABC of Urology : UROLOGICAL EMERGENCIES IN GENERAL PRACTICE
Terence McSweeney
Denis Wilson
Ivan Jacobson
John Donald Ball
John ("Jack") Adams Davies
George Herbert Ellidge
Keith Irving Graham
Angela Hall-Smith
Henry Lederer
Jean Morag MacArthur
William Mackenzie
Derek McLoughlin
Pushpa Mariwalla
James Davis Ogilvie
Champaklal Bhaichand Shah
Guy Shirley Steele-Perkins
Vernon Cecil ("VCT") Thompson
Archibald Warnock
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform encephalopathy : Study so far provides no evidence for maternal and horizontal transmission
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform encephalopathy : Cohort study of cows is in progress
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform encephalopathy : Incidence of bovine spongiform encephalopathy is higher in cows born after feed ban
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform encephalopathy : Magnetic resonance imaging is not a sensitive test for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease
GPs decide not to countersign applications for gun licences
Acute sports injuries : Way in which sports are played is important factor in injury
Acute sports injuries : Data on leisure accidents and injuries should be collated centrally
Adverse life events and breast cancer : Other studies have found no association
Adverse life events and breast cancer : Association may be due to imbalance in ratio of adrenal androgens to glucocorticoid
Reservations about conservative surgery for early breast cancer
Use of aspirin in secondary prevention of coronary heart disease is rising
Misoprostol in patients taking non-steroidalanti-inflammatory drugs : Analysis excluded important events
Misoprostol in patients taking non-steroidalanti-inflammatory drugs : This reduction in risk is deemed worth while in other circumstances
Authors' reply : Misoprostol in patients taking non-steroidalanti-inflammatory drugs
Patients' understanding of consent form should be checked before participation in trial
AIDS associated with blood transfusion and haemophilia in Europe
Effects of fundholding on prescribing habits : Results of similar study in Mersey were different
Effects of fundholding on prescribing habits : Generic prescriptions are defined differently for dispensing practices
Authors' reply : Effects of fundholding on prescribing habits
Prescribing by general practitioner fundholders : Longer study shows that costs rise again after initial savings
Prescribing by general practitioner fundholders : Other factors probably explain differences in prescribing
Direct access magnetic resonance imaging of the knee for GPs : Magnetic resonance imaging should be used selectively
Direct access magnetic resonance imaging of the knee for GPs : Patients should be seen by an experienced orthopaedic surgeon
Direct access magnetic resonance imaging of the Knee for GPs : Paper highlights shortage of orthopaedic skill
Authors' reply : Direct access magnetic resonance imaging of the knee for GPs
Cochlear implantation is controversial among deaf people
BMA division disagrees with association's stance over advance directives
Doctors and medical politics : Electorate should be balloted on measures profoundly affecting clinical practice
Doctors and medical politics : BMA is meeting change with outraged reaction rather than adaptation
Long term care can be provided by NHS at low cost
Policies for humanitarian service should be less ageist
Complaints made easy
Life must go on
Meltdown : the media and mad cows
The legal system is an ass
Current Diagnosis and Treatment
Exotic Viral Infections (Kass Handbook of Infectious Diseases)
Research and Development for the NHS : Evidence, Evaluation, and Effectiveness
Successful Scientific Writing : A Step-By-Step Guide for the Biological and Medical Sciences