Suboptimal care of patients before admission to intensive care : Is caused by a failure to appreciate or apply the ABCs of life support
Hormone replacement therapy again : Risk-benefit relation differs between populations and individuals
1998 European guidelines on resuscitation : Simplifications should make them easier to teach and implement
Why all the fuss about genetically modified food? : Much depends on who benefits
Planning the United Kingdom's medical workforce : On present assumptions UK medical school intake needs to increase
Making self regulation credible : Through benchmarking, peer review, appraisal-and management
Newcastle GP charged with murder
US government calls for tighter regulation of clinical trials
In brief
Many journals have not retracted "fraudulent" research
Male suicide rate rises as Irish Troubles ease
NHS hospital doctors face compulsory audit
Knighthood for BMA Council chairman
Loss of doctors from NHS can be stemmed
Cot death linked to prolonged QT interval
Doctors involved in South Africa's biological warfare programme
Confidential inquiry into quality of care before admission to intensive care
Hormone replacement therapy and risk of hip fracture : population based case-control study
The 1998 European Resuscitation Council guidelines for adult advanced life support
Corrections
The 1998 European Resuscitation Council guidelines for adult single rescuer basic life support
Endpiece : What's a parameter?
Simple tests for septic bursitis : comparative study
Qualitative study of patients' perceptions of doctors' advice to quit smoking : implications for opportunistic health promotion
Correction
Primary care : core values
Fortnightly review : Postnatal depression
Lesson of the week : Acute obstructive hydrocephalus complicating bacterial meningitis in childhood
A memorable patient : It pays to be specific
Ethical debate : Truth, the first casualty
Ethical debate : Truth, the first casualty
Ethical debate : Truth, the first casualty
Ethical debate : Truth, the first casualty
Ethical debate : Truth the first casualty
Managing demand : Managing demand in general practice
Understanding controlled trials : Randomising groups of patients
Reducing the vertical transmission of HIV : Women should be tested at time of abortion
Reducing the vertical transmission of HIV : Pregnant women in Singapore support testing
Reducing the vertical transmission of HIV : Department of Health should develop concise fact sheets about infection in pregnancy
Reducing the vertical transmission of HIV : More HIV training is needed for primary care staff
Reducing the vertical transmission of HIV : Screening should not be restricted to areas with high prevalence
Reducing the vertical transmission of HIV : Women must be consulted
Reducing the vertical transmission of HIV : Screening programme has not failed
Reducing the vertical transmission of HIV : Italian obstetricians often don't ask women to take test
Reducing the vertical transmission of HIV : Anonymous testing is unethical
Late diagnosis of HIV infection in children causes distress
Risk of breast cancer is also increased among retired US female airline cabin attendants
Intractable problems need long term solutions, not quick fixes
Copper is unlikely to cause contact allergy
Topical chloramphenicol is an outmoded treatment
Screening for prostate cancer : Key studies have only just started
Screening for prostate cancer : Detecting and extirpating premetastatic tumours seems a legitimate objective
Screening for prostate cancer : Surgery lengthens survival
Screening for prostate cancer : Why can't the clock be turned back?
The use of uselessness of annual public health reports : Response from author of report
The use or uselessness of annual public health reports : Producing independent annual reports would be career suicide for directors of public health
Treating Helicobacter pylori infection after surgery is unnecessary
WMA urges national medical associations to ensure that economic sanctions respect agreed exemptions
Clinical trials should be designed to include elderly people
Why clinical audit doesn't work : Clinical audit in nursing homes has proved ineffective
Why clinical audit doesn't work : Monitoring undermines confidence in medical services
Why clinical audit doesn't work : Success depends on type of audit
Why clinical audit doesn't work : Profession must rise to challenge of innovation
Having electronic preprints is logical
Education still needs to be improved for trainee doctors
Norman John Badham
Godfrey Malcolm ("Mac") Baker
Emanuel Alfred Cachia
John Emsley Coates
John Costello
Alexander Peter Dick
John Michael Faccini
Thomas John Fairbank
John Cedric Goligher
Harold Barnett Hewitt
John MacDonald ("Angus") Holmes
Junior doctors conference
Public health conference
Second wave of health action zones launched
My role model
The credibility gap
A memorable experience : Why I became an anaesthetist
Science and the Retreat From Reason
Wit and Fizz : Selected Works of Ruth Holland
Minerva