Tuberous sclerosis : Epidemiological research is needed to complement new findings in genetics
Tackling health inequalities in primary care : Recording socioeconomic data in primary care is essential
Reconstruction of dislocated hips in children with cerebral palsy : Is difficult-and in many cases could be prevented by regular monitoring
Improving the training of SHOs : GMC document doesn't tackle the real difficulty
Do dietary lectins cause disease? : The evidence is suggestive-and raises interesting possibilities for treatment
Ireland announces national breast screening programme
US couple files malpractice lawsuit against doctor for embryo mix up
First clinical performance indicators for Wales show wide variation
Department of Health changes advice on third generation pills
Tobacco memos reveal efforts to disrupt smoking cessation
Spain launches campaign to stop health professionals smoking
Ovarian cancer screening may increase survival
Researchers find genetic basis for susceptibility to mycobacteria
Kosovo refugees spared epidemics so far
NHS "cannot cope," says Tory
Long term displacement raises new health needs
Free eye tests introduced for people over 60 in England and Wales
Health project targets women and children in Indonesia
Endostatin may stop the progression of atherosclerosis
Double blind, randomised study of continuous terbinafine compared with intermittent itraconazole in treatment of toenail onychomycosis
Relation of Chlamydia pneumoniae serology to mortality and incidence of ischaemic heart disease over 13 years in the Caerphilly prospective heart disease study
Relation of Chlamydia pneumoniae serology to mortality and incidence of ischaemic heart disease over 13 years in the Caerphilly prospective heart disease study : Commentary
Corrections and clarifications
Low dose subcutaneous adrenaline to prevent acute adverse reactions to antivenom serum in people bitten by snakes : randomised, placebo controlled trial
Mortality from dementia in occupations at risk of exposure to bovine spongiform encephalopathy : analysis of death registrations
Mortality from dementia in occupations at risk of exposure to bovine spongiform encephalopathy : analysis of death registrations
Study of infectious intestinal disease in England : rates in the community, presenting to general practice, and reported to national surveillance
A memorable patient : You can but try
Fortnightly review : Oral cancer
Lesson of the week : Orbital trauma
Evidence based case report : Use of prostaglandins to induce labour in women with a caesarean section scar
One hundred years ago : Illegal practice of medicine by an M.D
ABC of labour care : Preterm labour and premature rupture of membranes
Can children and young people consent to be tested for adult onset genetic disorders?
Can children and young people consent to be tested for adult onset genetic disorders? Commentary : Weighing burdens and benefits rather than competence
The World Bank and world health : Focus on South Asia-I
Should women who elect to have caesarean sections pay for them?
Is general practice in need of a career structure? : Current training structure has many strengths
Is general practice in need of a career structure? : SHO posts are important for registrars in general practice
Is general practice in need of a career structure? : GPs' clinical sessions should be reduced
Is general practice in need of a career structure? : Training schemes after vocational training are useful and popular
Is general practice in need of a career structure? : Future role of general practitioners must be clarified
Is general practice in need of a career structure? : Training in family practice in US has many strengths
Is general practice in need of a career structure? : All three years of vocational training should be based in general practice
Effects of the Heartbeat Wales programme : Programme that originated in Finland should be adopted
Effects of the Heartbeat Wales programme : Programme that originated in Finland should be adopted
The Di Bella multitherapy trial : Randomised controlled trials may not always be absolutely needed
The Di Bella multitherapy trial : Criticism ignores standard methodology of cancer treatments
The Di Bella multitherapy trial : Criticism ignores standard methodology of cancer treatments
Randomised controlled trials are important
Height and risk of cancer : Survival selection bias should have been ruled out
Height and risk of cancer : Survival selection bias should have been ruled out
Practical problems in recruiting patients with schizophrenia into randomised controlled trials
Employing staff on long term contracts is important for RCTs
Bullied children are picked on for their vulnerability
More financial resources must be provided for multidrug resistant TB
Some growth promoters in animals do confer antimicrobial resistance in humans
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy : Combination with radiotherapy in cancer is of proved benefit but rarely used
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy : Complication rates are much lower than authors suggest
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy : Complication rates are much lower than authors suggest
Many manoeuvres with yo yos can be dangerous to teeth
Ingestion of mouthwash by children : Child proof caps are needed to prevent deaths
Ingestion of mouthwash by children : Child proof caps are needed to prevent deaths
Robert Bransby Zachary
Thomas Anderson
Harold Kennedy ("Dag") Beardwood
Helen Cochrane
Joan Cooper
Harold Handel
Kenneth John Hinton Mallett
Frank William Nash
Henry Gordon Smylie
James Trower Sweetnam
Gerald Hedley Ellis Woodbine
Consultants receive guidance on clinical governance
The young should be protected from alcohol dangers
Scottish juniors resume talks on hours of work
NHSE will issue circular on working time directive
Family doctors will now be in the driving seat
Rationing-Talk and Action in Health Care
American Surgery, An Illustrated History
Health, Civilization and the State : A History of Public Health From Ancient to Modern Times
BOOKCASE
A prayer from the dying
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Will clinical governance make a difference?
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