Income inequality and population health : Evidence favouring a negative correlation between income inequality and life expectancy has disappeared
Comparing percutaneous tracheostomy with open surgical tracheostomy : Both will coexist until robust evidence becomes available
Screening for inherited metabolic disease in newborn infants using tandem mass spectrometry : Further assessment of performance and outcome is needed
The BMJ: moving on : A new cover is one of several changes
Chronic fatigue report delayed as row breaks out over content
WHO calls for new pact on health care
In brief
Adverse reactions to drugs increase
WHO calls for closer monitoring of commercial interests
Surgeon cleared of manslaughter
Drugs company makes false claims over bedwetting drug
Pay award a step in the right direction
Scots tackle racism in health service
R.E.S.P.E.C.T.—why doctors are still getting enough of it
Creating a healthy global economy
Income inequality, individual income, and mortality in Danish adults: analysis of pooled data from two cohort studies
Individual income, income distribution, and self rated health in Japan: cross sectional analysis of nationally representative sample
A conversation that changed my letters
Advice from Osler
Relations of income inequality and family income to chronic medical conditions and mental health disorders: national survey
Education, income inequality, and mortality: a multiple regression analysis
Smoking during pregnancy and diabetes mellitus in a British longitudinal birth cohort
Ticlopidine associated with acute arthritis
Effect of β lactam antibiotic use in children on pneumococcal resistance to penicillin: prospective cohort study
Domiciliary visit
Recent advances in minimal access surgery
An impression of American hospitals
Magnetic resonance imaging
Continuity of hospital care: beyond the question of personal contact
Informed consent: lessons from Australia
A case of murder and the BMJ
Choosing a doctor
Shattered hope
Globalisation and health : Informed and open debate on globalisation and health is needed
Globalisation and health : Challenges of globalisation deserve better than simplistic polemics
Globalisation and health : Globalisation should be supported
Globalisation and health : Author's reply
Globalisation and health : Struggle for public health and against economic globalisation go hand in hand
Globalisation and health : Globalisation is not good for your health
Globalisation and health : More openness is needed before more trade
Globalisation and health : Globalisation of information could decrease effectiveness of healthcare provision
Private health care in developing countries : Access cannot be equated simply with supply
Private health care in developing countries : Strong public provision is only hope for health care in developing countries
Impact of telemedicine must be defined in developing countries
Comparative efficiency of national health systems : Developed countries must pay attention to wider issues in helping developing countries
Comparative efficiency of national health systems : Methodological problems were understated
Comparative efficiency of national health systems : Author's reply
Comparative efficiency of national health systems : To improve health care system's performance, drink red wine
Managing term breech deliveries : External cephalic version should be routine clinical practice in UK
Managing term breech deliveries : Patient values are crucial for good medical decision making
Managing term breech deliveries : Term breech trial does not provide unequivocal evidence
Managing term breech deliveries : Authors' reply
Steroid injections are helpful in rotator cuff tendinopathy
Teenage pregnancies are influenced by family structure
Inequalities and research need to be balanced
Phytoestrogens and menopause : Published evidence supports a role for phytoestrogens in menopause
Phytoestrogens and menopause : Pharmacological attributes of plant based drugs should be discussed widely
Does lack of video mean GP registrar is not competent GP?
Chris Silagy : One of the leading lights of evidence based medicine dies aged 41
Leslie Ballon
John Griffith
John William Langley Kemp
Hugh Courtney Maingay
Patricia Ann Maxwell (née Harding)
Pim Rajjayabun
George Stephen Clive Sowry
Jean Lorraine Watson
Doctors under fire
A scapegoat for Sarah Payne? : How the media hounded a psychiatrist
Email alerting services
It's good to talk
Missing Christmas