Not again! : Preventing errors lies in redesign—not exhortation
Animal research: the need for a middle ground : Let's promote the three Rs of animal research: replacement, reduction, and refinement
Insecticide treated bed nets to prevent malaria : The challenge lies in implementation
Cheating at medical school : Schools need a culture that simply makes dishonest behaviour unacceptable
Outpatient antibiotics for pelvic inflammatory disease : Continued use of oral doxycycline and metronidazole is hard to justify
Promoting wellbeing among doctors : We should move away from a disease model and focus on positive functioning
Community care waiting lists and older people : Community services lack a measure as visible as surgical waiting lists
Alder Hey report condemns doctors, management, and coroner
In brief
Bill gives government power to breach patient confidentiality
Scotland to fund personal care for old people
Doctors suspended after injecting wrong drug into spine
World Bank funds private hospital in India
Study shows which children are most at risk of cerebral oedema
Doctors' leaders ask GMC to rethink its plans for reform
India's doctors issue new hypertension guidelines
Risk of ulcer soars with combination of arthritis drugs
Dutch illegal immigrants have poor health care
Theatres idle almost 1 week in 4 in east of Ireland
Doctors should identify and treat problem drinkers
Methylphenidate works by increasing dopamine levels
San Francisco's HIV infection rate doubles
HIV infections hit a record high in United Kingdom
Doctors face murder charges in Libya
Multicentre randomised controlled trial of nasal diamorphine for analgesia in children and teenagers with clinical fractures
The Ghost of Christmas Past: health effects of poverty in London in 1896 and 1991
Risk of adverse birth outcome and miscarriage in pregnant users of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: population based observational study and case-control study
Impact on malaria morbidity of a programme supplying insecticide treated nets in children aged under 2 years in Tanzania: community cross sectional study
Are “tomorrow's doctors” honest? Questionnaire study exploring medical students' attitudes and reported behaviour on academic misconduct
Problem oriented medical records
How are abnormal results for liver function tests dealt with in primary care? Audit of yield and impact
“Just my nerves”
A descriptive feast but an evaluative famine: systematic review of published articles on primary care computing during 1980-97
ABC of diseases of liver, pancreas, and biliary system: Investigation of liver and biliary disease
Randomised controlled trial of homoeopathy versus placebo in perennial allergic rhinitis with overview of four trial series
In-flight medical emergencies: an overview
Public standards and patients' control: how to keep electronic medical records accessible but private
Commentary: Open approaches to electronic patient records
Commentary: A patient's viewpoint
A sense of déjà vu
Athlete's foot and fungally infected toenails
Longevity
Other causes of parenchymal liver disease
Waiting for a transplant : A patient's perspective
Waiting for a transplant : The referring consultant's perspective
A breathless patient
Cheating at medical school : Anonymous letter should have been consigned to the bin
Cheating at medical school : Incident was dealt with appropriately
Cheating at medical school : Public horsewhipping is not the answer
Cheating at medical school : Cheating should be treated like medical error
Cheating at medical school : Committee should be commended for showing compassion
Cheating at medical school : Examination committee's decision tarnishes reputations
Cheating at medical school : Cheating should be properly punished
Cheating at medical school : Keeping quiet about cheating will not increase public confidence
Cheating at medical school : Public declaration of an appropriate punishment is important
Cheating at medical school : Main impact of cheating is on clinical work
Cheating at medical school : Are we all cheats?
Cheating at medical school : Cheating also happens on the large scale
Cheating at medical school : Summary of rapid responses
Drug treatment of multiple sclerosis : Clinical review was unsystematic
Drug treatment of multiple sclerosis : Authors' reply
Declaration of Helsinki should be strengthened : Equipoise is essential principle of human experimentation
Declaration of Helsinki should be strengthened : All countries must have common standards for international research ethics
Declaration of Helsinki should be strengthened : Authors' reply
Increased humanitarian deaths may not mean higher risks of dying
Costs and effectiveness of community postnatal support workers : Researchers must now focus on effectiveness with specific groups of women
Costs and effectiveness of community postnatal support workers : Authors' reply
Mental health services for people with learning disabilities : People with comorbidity can fall between two stools
Mental health services for people with learning disabilities : Medical needs are important too
Differential diagnoses for asthma should include mediastinal masses
Improvement in prescribing can be measured only over time
Emphasis has shifted from medical ethics to bioethics
Stapled haemorrhoidectomy offers substantial benefits
Using death certificates to identify malpractice might be difficult
John Pearse Dymond
Max Hulbert
Daniel Crawford Logan
Brian Mindham
John Bartlett Roberts
The Tyranny of Health: Doctors and the Regulation of Lifestyle
Infectious Causes of Cancer: Targets for Intervention
Man, mission, rumpus
Cheating
Evidence, pain, and the poor old NHS
Just like that
Minerva