WHO guidelines for detecting SARS need to be reconsidered
Haematological changes signal outcome in SARS patients
Outcome varies in open spina bifida
Electroconvulsive therapy causes memory loss, say patients
Devising new strategies for AIDS in the developing world
Fluticasone propionate reduces risk of relapse in atopic dermatitis
It's all right to give analgesics to patients with abdominal pain
Changing the “leadership” of the NHS
Managing pulmonary embolism
Preventing HIV
Electroconvulsive therapy
Foundation trusts
Anecdotes as evidence
New health secretary vows to continue NHS reform agenda
Select committee rejects proposals for high street pharmacies
In brief
EU legislation threatens clinical trials
Statins cut cardiovascular events by a quarter in people with diabetes
Some operating theatres are used only eight hours a week
Fewer trusts find CHI reviews a positive experience
Court upholds murder verdict on doctor who ended woman's life
Wellcome exhibition explores magic, religion, beauty, and eroticism
Readers want transparency in link between doctors and drug firms
Doctors struggle to define the essence of being a doctor
What's new this month in BMJ Journals
Evaluation of WHO criteria for identifying patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome out of hospital: prospective observational study
Haematological manifestations in patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome: retrospective analysis
Risk of subsequent thromboembolism for patients with pre-eclampsia
ABC of antithrombotic therapy: Venous thromboembolism: treatment strategies
Patients' perspectives on electroconvulsive therapy: systematic review
Outcome in people with open spina bifida at age 35: prospective community based cohort study
A vaccination compliment
Twice weekly fluticasone propionate added to emollient maintenance treatment to reduce risk of relapse in atopic dermatitis: randomised, double blind, parallel group study
Getting back into medicine
Newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus
Diagnosis and management of intestinal ischaemic disorders
Clarithromycin and pulmonary infiltration with eosinophilia
Acute coronary syndrome: ST segment elevation myocardial infarction
Antiretroviral treatment in developing countries: the peril of neglecting private providers
Back to basics in HIV prevention: focus on exposure
Public policies and the orphans of AIDS in Africa
Tackling India's HIV epidemic: lessons from Africa
Submitting articles to the BMJ
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: Patients were epidemiologically linked
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: Imported cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome to Singapore had impact on national epidemic
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: Clinical outcome after inpatient outbreak of SARS in Singapore
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: Private hospital in Singapore took effective control measures
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: Guidelines were drawn up collaboratively to protect healthcare workers in British Columbia
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: Numbers do not tell whole story
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: Capture-recapture method should be used to count how many cases of SARS really exist
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: Lessons may be learnt from the outbreak of legionnaires' disease in Barrow in Furness
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: Threat of tuberculosis persists
BMJ was out of touch with grass roots doctors on wellbeing
Mortality control charts: Assessment of outcome is complex
Mortality control charts: Both components of POSSUM ratio require critical analysis
What hospital mortality league tables tell you
Making decisions about hormone replacement therapy: Preparations containing oestrogen should not be given during treatment for breast cancer
Making decisions about hormone replacement therapy: Bisphosphonates should not be recommended for women aged 50
Making decisions about hormone replacement therapy: Authors' reply
Pressure index is important in peripheral arterial disease
Setting global health research priorities: Investments for health research for developing countries must be increased
Setting global health research priorities: Ethics should also guide global health research
Mental health is improved with teaching therapy
Olikoye Ransome-Kuti
Lewis Bernard Cannell
Mary Alexa Clayton (“Maureen”) Cowell
Patrick Murphy
Kunal Raychaudhuri
Vernon Hope Smith
Martin John Wood
Arthur Lewis Wyman
SARS Reference
Nature via Nurture: Genes, Experience and What Makes Us Human
How the media left the evidence out in the cold
SARS art
Argentina: torture, silence, and medical teaching
PIGPEN therapy for head lice