Informed consent : the intricacies
Spacer devices in the treatment of asthma : Amount of drug delivered to the patient can vary greatly
Back pain, pregnancy, and childbirth : Postpartum pain is most likely to be a continuation of antepartum pain
Runaway children : whose problem? A history of running away should be taken seriously
Indian study of women with cervical lesions called unethical
In brief
European bioethics convention signed
Parties respond to BMA challenges
Labour fudge on fundholding
Pay claim will cost NHS [pound sterling] 30m
Spot the difference?
Artificial human chromosomes created for the first time
Corneal tissue grown in laboratory
New guidelines on hepatitis C
Evaluation of a stroke family care worker : results of a randomised controlled trial
Commentary : No consent means not treating the patient with respect
Commentary : Why we didn't ask patients for their consent
Does HIV status influence the outcome of patients admitted to a surgical intensive care unit? A prospective double blind study
Commentary : Failing to seek patients' consent to research is always wrong
Commentary : Why we did not seek informed consent before testing patients for HIV
Commentary : No simple and absolute ethical rule exists for every conceivable situation
Randomised, double blind, crossover challenge study of allergenicity of peanut oils in subjects allergic to peanuts
A quantitative systematic review of ondansetron in treatment of established postoperative nausea and vomiting
Comparison of first degree relatives and spouses of people with chronic tension headache
A Memorable Patient : An air male delivery
Pneumococcal vaccine campaign based in general practice
Original Contributions by Medical Students : Increased fees may discourage research
Recent advances in paediatrics : II-Childhood and Adolescence
ABC of clinical haematology : Malignant lymphomas and chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
When I Use A Word... : Sloe gin
Informed consent in medical research : Journals should not publish research to which patients have not given fully informed consent-with three exceptions
BMJ's present policy (sometimes approving research in which patients have not given fully informed consent) is wholly correct
The rationing debate : Rationing within the NHS should be explicit
The case against
Socioeconomic determinants of health : Children, inequalities, and health
The benefits of foward planning
CONSORT statement on the reporting standards of clinical trials : Recommendations are inappropriate for trial reports
CONSORT statement on the reporting standards of clinical trials : Reporting of refusal of consent to take part in clinical trials is still poor
CONSORT Statement on the reporting standards of clinical trials : MRC uses checklist similar to CONSORT's
Authors' reply : CONSORT statement on the reporting standards of clinical trials
Details of patients' consent in studies should be reported
The BMJ's Nuremberg issue : Force of moral duty was greater for conscientious objectors
The BMJ's Nuremberg issue : Physicians' "form of faith" is being reviewed
Arabs were skilled in anaesthesia
Promoting health in prisons : Discussion is needed between prison health service and NHS
Promoting health in prisons : More resources are needed
Medicosocial aspects of depopulation in Belarus
Routine follow up of breast cancer in primary care
Second study supports results of Whitehall study after retirement
New Zealand priority criteria project : More use should be made of patient oriented quality of life measures
New Zealand priority criteria project : Project has potential to improve patient care, but only with injection of funds
In Scotland, Mental Welfare Commission inquires into homicides by psychiatric patients
Which doctors die first? Lower mean age at death in doctors of Indian origin may reflect different age structures
Which doctors die first? Recording the doctors' sex might have led authors to suspect their conclusions
Authors' reply : Which doctors die first?
Anthony Philip Hopkins
Kathryn Rhian James
James ("Jim") Keavney
Harry Rees
Vincent Andover ("Andy") Wills
Age of innocence
All treatment and trials must have informed consent
The Health Services since the War : Volume II. Government and Health Care
DNA and Destiny : Nature and Nurture in Human Behavior
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