Diabetes black spots and death by postcode : The incidence, and inequity, of diabetes are likely to be worsened by obesity
Euthanasia: where the Netherlands leads will the world follow? : No. Legalisation is a diversion from improving care for the dying
Research with children : Paediatric practice needs better evidence—gained in collaboration with parents and children
The new NHS information technology strategy : Technology will change practice
Drug treatment for obesity : We need more studies in men at higher risk of coronary events
Most GPs would consider resigning from NHS
Senior hospital doctors issue warning to new government
In brief
UK senior scientists support animal genetic modification
Sleeping sickness re-emerges in Africa after years of civil war
Dutch doctors change policy on treating preterm babies
Few incompetent doctors are reported to US national data bank
Tobacco companies exploit women, says WHO
Limiting operations to high volume teams has wide implications
Effect of reducing ambulance response times on deaths from out of hospital cardiac arrest: cohort study
Insights on the internet
Excess mortality in a population with diabetes and the impact of material deprivation: longitudinal, population based study
Do doctors position defibrillation paddles correctly? Observational study
Differences in therapeutic consequences of exercise testing between a rural and an urban Danish county: population based study
Adverse events in British hospitals: preliminary retrospective record review
Two more medical schools to open
Cost effectiveness of computer tailored and non-tailored smoking cessation letters in general practice: randomised controlled trial
A change of heart
A survey of validity and utility of electronic patient records in a general practice
My room
Antiretroviral drugs
The drink question in Russia
Implementing clinical governance: turning vision into reality
Who should measure quality of life?
An urgent fax
Medical errors : Analysis of adverse events must result in improvements in care
Medical errors : Organisational ethos is important
Medical errors : System for reporting errors is not highest priority to decrease errors
Medical errors : Media tend to link error with blame
Medical errors : Perhaps blame-free culture is needed in NHS to reduce errors
Medical errors : Terminology of “error” is important
Medical errors : Errors can have their uses
Medical errors : Courses on crisis avoidance and resource management are available
Medical errors : Different formulations of drugs often look confusingly similar
Medical errors : Appropriate training should avoid accidental intrathecal injection of vincristine
Medical errors : Dosage nomenclature of bleomycin needs to be standardised to avoid errors
Medical errors : Chemotherapy regimens have been formalised into protocols in British Columbia
Medical errors : Medical schools can teach safe drug prescribing and administration
Medical errors : Medical profession must take drug errors seriously
Medical errors : Consent is outdated concept
Adverse events in British hospitals : Preventive strategies, not epidemiological studies, are needed
Adverse events in British hospitals : “Errors meetings” in radiology did not identify errors leading to complaints and litigation
Adverse events in British hospitals : Hospital acquired infections consume bed days and resources
Adverse events in British hospitals : Threshold used for determining adverse events is important
Adverse events in British hospitals : Adverse events may occur whatever course of action is pursued
Adverse events in British hospitals : Authors' reply
Adverse events in British hospitals : Retrospective case record analysis has been superseded
Adverse events in British hospitals : Expanded definition of adverse events is needed
Cycle injury trends: helmets are most likely explanation
Computer assisted learning aids management of course information
Patients with depression can be taught how to improve recovery
Prevalence of type 2 diabetes in children in Birmingham
Conclusions about type 1 diabetes and hygiene hypothesis are premature
What author really said about malaria and climate change
William Greig Fettes Adams
Margaret Hilary Birch
Leonard Crome
Maurice Henry Handoll
Crawford John Thurston
The General Practice Jigsaw: The Future of Education, Training and Professional Development
How Scientists Explain Disease
Difficult Diabetes
A tale of seven surgeons