Clustering of anophthalmia and microphthalmia : No clustering has been found-but a link seems to exist with population density
Ageing costs : Evidence to royal commission emphasises need for explicit standards and funding
Paediatric transplantation comes of age : The main problem now is shortage of donors
The European Medicines Evaluation Agency : open to criticism
Is the FDA approving drugs too fast? : Probably not-but drug recalls have sparked debate
The NHS's new information strategy : Emphasises putting information to work for patients and staff, not technology
NHS information strategy launched
In brief
NHS trusts must tackle violence against staff
Meningitis becomes resistant to drugs
Mentally ill patients need protection from inappropriate genetic testing
Passive smoking may harm babies in utero
Lifting of UK quarantine recommended
Private doctors in India prescribe wrong tuberculosis drugs
Diagnostic equipment misused in India
Guidelines on assisted deaths criticised
Geographical variation in anophthalmia and microphthalmia in England, 1988-94
Correction
Commentary : Clustering of anophthalmia and microphthalmia is not supported by the data
An important lesson : The hazards of self management
Economic evaluation and randomised controlled trial of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation : UK collaborative trial
Economic evaluation and randomised controlled trial of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation : UK collaborative trial
Economic evaluation and randomised controlled trial of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation : UK collaborative trial
Endpiece : Diagnostic trends
Income distribution, socioeconomic status, and self rated health in the United States : multilevel analysis
Endpiece : Serendipidity
Trends in prenatal screening for and diagnosis of Down's syndrome : England and Wales, 1989-97
Effect of parity, gravidity, previous miscarriage, and age on risk of Down's syndrome : population based study
Bullying in schools : self reported anxiety, depression, and self esteem in secondary school children
Postmarketing surveillance study of a non-chlorofluorocarbon inhaler according to the safety assessment of marketed medicines guidelines
A memorable patient : An effective reproof
Science, medicine, and the future : Xenotransplantation
Diagnostic dilemma : Car health
ABC of oxygen : Provision of oxygen at home
Another Titanic myth : Harvard's swimming test
Ethical debate : Certifying fitness for corporal punishment
Ethical debate : Certifying fitness for corporal punishment
Ethical debate : Certifying fitness for corporal punishment
Ethical debate : Certifying fitness for corporal punishment
Ethical debate : Certifying fitness for corporal punishment
Ethical debate : Certifying fitness for corporal punishment
Fifty years ago : The new NHS
Long stay care and the NHS : discontinuities between policy and practice
A memorable patient : Sending the right message
New drug treatment for Alzheimer's disease : Doctors want to offer more than sympathy
New drug treatment for Alzheimer's disease : Effects of drugs can be variable
New drug treatment for Alzheimer's disease : Drugs should not need to show cost effectiveness to justify their prescription
New drug treatment for Alzheimer's disease : Information from unpublished trials should be made available
New drug treatment for Alzheimer's disease : Treatment with metrifonate warrants multicentre trials
New drug treatment for Alzheimer's disease : SMAC's advice on use of donepezil is contradictory
Age is not only criterion for flu vaccine
Discrepancy remains in pharmaceutical prescriptions in four European countries
Informed consent : Numbers inform the debate
Informed consent : "Technical" consent is inevitable in some circumstances
Informed consent : Consent might have been obtained under duress
Informed consent : Explicit consent is not needed for studies using medical records
Informed consent : Screening programmes need consent forms
Informed consent : Policy has loopholes
Informed consent : Parents have views on how it should be obtained
WHO haemoglobin colour scale is modern version of what was used previously
Protecting breast feeding from breast milk substitutes : Royal college supports promotion of breast feeding
Protecting breast feeding from breast milk substitutes : Royal college supports promotion of breast feeding
Protecting breast feeding from breast milk substitutes : Health workers must be protected from conflicts of interest
Protecting breast feeding from breast milk substitutes : Study about marketing of substitutes was not correctly designed
Doctors and patients should sign prescriptions [circle with right half black],
Planning the United Kingdom's medical workforce
New Labour's new maths is hype
Standardisation for age certainly changes proportions of doctors holding merit awards
Correction
David James Mearns Anderson
John Malcolm Barnes
Deb Kumar Bose
William ("Bill") Kerr Noble Brown
Bidhan Chandra Chatterjee
Marion Angela Crawford
Margaret Anne Dickinson
Sir John Rogers Ellis
David Idris Harries
James Henderson Levack
John Sumner Stead
David Stephen Peck
BMA and health minister will discuss review body remit
Junior doctors criticise workforce planning
Fringe meeting supports "full time" NHS consultants
Going slowly
A bump on the head
A book that changed my practice : School can be hell
The Surgeon of Crowthorne : A Tale of Murder, Madness and the Love of Words
Chemical Sensitivity : the Truth About Environmental Illness
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