Universities and tobacco money : Some universities are accomplices in the tobacco epidemic
Cannabinoids for pain and nausea : Some evidence but is there any need?
Supporting primary care with ethics advice and education : Implications of clinical ethics support and clinical ethics committees for primary care trusts
A national screening programme for diabetic retinopathy : Needs to learn the lessons of existing screening programmes
Taking acute stroke care seriously : In the absence of evidence we should manage acute stroke as a medical emergency
UK government urged to establish a national walking strategy
US consultants coach doctors in insurance fraud
In brief
Labour's time is “running out” over NHS, BMA leader warns
Germany debates embryonic stem cell research
UK government and doctors agree to end “blame culture”
Hospitals must inform patients of errors
Half of Americans miss out on preventive services
UK scientists recommend gene testing for bowel cancer
Website launched on patients' experiences of illness
Ultra-orthodox women risk vitamin D deficiency
Patients need to be more involved in care decisions
NHS faces rise in negligence payments
Scientists discover the prion for BSE in urine
Breast self examination may do more harm than good
United Nations agrees timetable for combating AIDS
European Union joins fight over drug patents
US concedes on cheaper drug production in Brazil
Are cannabinoids an effective and safe treatment option in the management of pain? A qualitative systematic review
Cannabinoids for control of chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting: quantitative systematic review
Hospital autopsy: standardised questionnaire survey to determine junior doctors' perceptions
Training in basic and advanced life support in UK medical schools: questionnaire survey
Cholestatic hepatitis in association with celecoxib
Referral for menstrual problems: cross sectional survey of symptoms, reasons for referral, and management
Progress in partnerships
It is too easy to blame only the patient
MMR immunisation
Bulimia nervosa
Late diagnosis of Duchenne's muscular dystrophy presenting as global developmental delay
A book
Improving care in accident and emergency departments
Assessing the quality of controlled clinical trials
A record follow up
Doctors must learn to let others treat them and their families
Recommendations for suspended doctors must be enacted
Closing the gap between professional teaching and practice : Applying ethical principles is sometimes difficult for students
Closing the gap between professional teaching and practice : Ethical guidance for teaching applies to postgraduate education as well
Spreading research in primary care safely
Consumers are helping to prioritise research
Is bigger better for primary care groups and trusts? : Small can be beautiful and effective
Is bigger better for primary care groups and trusts? : Culture and leadership are also important
Is bigger better for primary care groups and trusts? : Larger trusts may reduce inequalities
Elderly people's technique in using dry powder inhalers : New inhaler devices are rarely used by older people in the community
Elderly people's technique in using dry powder inhalers : Zanamivir and unreason seem to go together
Diagnosis of acute appendicitis : Appendicitis is a separate clinical entity in men and women
Diagnosis of acute appendicitis : Author's reply
Cardiovascular events in users of sildenafil : Paper does not provide any reassurance
Cardiovascular events in users of sildenafil : Authors' reply
Hepatitis B, lamivudine, and HIV
Addison's disease should be diagnosed biochemically
Fetal growth markers may show nutritionally mediated effect
Adult obesity depends on genes and environment
Liver cirrhosis is risk factor for pyogenic liver abscesses
Responsibilities of sponsors are limited in premature discontinuation of trials
Fertility treatment in HIV needs multidisciplinary team
Iraqi doctors appeal for help from doctors in other countries
Ian Menzies Gow
Herbert James (formerly Justitz)
Salama Fakhry Salama
John Rowell Simpson
Charles Henry Stewart-Hess
Martha Neill Algie Wilson
Strong Imagination: Madness, Creativity and Human Nature
Thinks …
There but for the grace …
An indestructible patient
Language unbecoming