Medicine and international humanitarian law : Law provides norms that must guide doctors in war and peace
Who gets hurt by all these weapons? Non-combatants outside formal conflicts
Preventive medicine : can conflicts be prevented? The evidence suggests that conflict prevention can work
Doctors and torture : Acting collectively doctors can support each other in protecting victims
British doctors in Kosovo appeal for NHS help
In brief
Influenza drug to undergo "fast track" assessment by NICE
Nuns to run first heroin injecting room
Indian medical authorities act on antenatal sex selection
Gulf war leaves legacy of cancer
Tuberculosis ravages Philippine slums
Animal tests rise in Great Britain
Clinical and legal significance of fragmentation of bullets in relation to size of wounds : retrospective analysis
Crossed lines
Mortality associated with use of weapons in armed conflicts, wartime atrocities, and civilian mass shootings : literature review
Effect of type and transfer of conventional weapons on civilian injuries : retrospective analysis of prospective data from Red Cross hospitals
Circumstances around weapon injury in Cambodia after departure of a peacekeeping force : prospective cohort study
Incidence of weapon injuries not related to interfactional combat in Afghanistan in 1996 : prospective cohort study
Email submissions from outside the United Kingdom
Barriers to referral in patients with angina : qualitative study
Barriers to referral in patients with angina : qualitative study
Fortnightly review : Lessons learnt and future expectations of complex emergencies
ABC of intensive care : Recovery from intensive care
One hundred years ago : The Black Smoke Nuisance
New challenges for humanitarian protection
Eugenics and human rights
North-South research partnerships : the ethics of carrying out research in developing countries
The Icelandic database-do modern times need modern sagas?
Ethical dilemma : Sharia punishment, treatment, and speaking out
Ethical dilemma : Sharia punishment, treatment, and speaking out
Ethical dilemma : Sharia punishment, treatment, and speaking out
Ethical dilemma : Sharia punishment, treatment, and speaking out
Endpiece : Doctor's dilemma
Number of land mine victims in Kosovo is high
Treatment of hepatitis C infection : Review underplayed important public health issues
Treatment of hepatitis C infection : Review underplayed important public health issues
Eradication of Helicobacter pylori in functional dyspepsia : Study had several weaknesses
Eradication of Helicobacter pylori in functional dyspepsia : Study had several weaknesses
UK trial of policy of neonatal ECMO provides most reliable information so far
Managing atrial fibrillation in elderly people : What should target international normalised ratio be?
Managing atrial fibrillation in elderly people : Patients presenting acutely should be given anticoagulation with heparin
Managing atrial fibrillation in elderly people : Patients presenting acutely should be given anticoagulation with heparin
Non-specific abdominal pain during school term may be due to viral infections then
Tackling health inequalities in primary care : Exploring possible solutions to a problem is more important than describing the problem
Tackling health inequalities in primary care : Doctors in less affluent areas don't have the time to collect more data
Tackling health inequalities in primary care : Doctors in less affluent areas don't have the time to collect more data
Patients with tuberculosis can be managed effectively in the community
Neuropsychiatric condition must be thoroughly assessed before treatment of hepatic encephalopathy
Effects of Soho bomb were little compared with Omagh bomb
John Leonard Dawson
Susan Mary Barclay
Edward ("Edoo") Michael Barker
Andrew Dick
Audrey Colquhoun-Pett
Forensic Taphonomy : The Postmortem Fate of Human Remains
The Definition of Death : Contemporary Controversies
Time flies . . . .
Lest we forgive
The laws of thermodynamics
Minerva