Compliance therapy does not improve drug adherence in schizophrenia
Chronically ill patients are ambivalent about drug taking
Limited haemorrhoidectomy is the most effective treatment for intractable disease
Divergent views on drug prescribing influence concordance
Preventive drug treatment decisions are individualised
Trial results have dramatically reduced HRT use
Routine use of magnetic resonance scans for back pain increases costs without improving pain or function
An extreme failure of concordance
Prescribing and taking medicines
Taking hormone replacement therapy
Is concordance the primrose path to health?
Treatment of tuberculosis
Directly observed treatment for tuberculosis
The patient's perspective on medicines in mental illness
The BMJ Careers job archive
Nobel prize in medicine awarded to MRI pioneers
Teacher was refused job because relatives have Huntington's disease
In brief
Labour leaders are defeated over foundation hospitals
Research should be accessible to all, says Wellcome Trust
Nature group extends rules on disclosure to review authors
Governments failing to invest in education and health
Women lose legal fight to use their frozen embryos
Africa's visionary editor
What's new this month in BMJ Journals
Compliance therapy: a randomised controlled trial in schizophrenia
Managing multiple morbidity in mid-life: a qualitative study of attitudes to drug use
The importance of being understood
Does a prescribed treatment match a patient's priorities?
Factors involved in deciding to start preventive treatment: qualitative study of clinicians' and lay people's attitudes
Commentary: A small study, but the results ring true
Changes in use of hormone replacement therapy after the report from the Women's Health Initiative: cross sectional survey of users
Cartoon
Managing haemorrhoids
Ethiopia's famine worsens despite aid
Interpregnancy interval and risk of preterm birth and neonatal death: retrospective cohort study
Obituary of Kurt Semm
A 2 year old child with rash and fever
Assisted conception. II—In vitro fertilisation and intracytoplasmic sperm injection
Big Brother is watching (your CPD)
A wolf in sheep's clothing: a critical look at the ethics of drug taking
Concordance and children's use of medicines
It's never the time
What information do patients need about medicines?
Ask the patients—they may want to know more than you think
“Doc, tell me what I need to know”—a doctor's perspective
Perspectives from the pharmaceutical industry
“Doing prescribing”: how doctors can be more effective
The challenge of concordance
Women need better information on routine mammography
Women need better information on routine mammography
Women need better information on routine mammography
Women need better information on routine mammography
Women need better information on routine mammography
Separation of anxiety and depressive disorders
Separation of anxiety and depressive disorders
Separation of anxiety and depressive disorders
Separation of anxiety and depressive disorders
Study of plantar fasciitis treatment is flawed
Care and outcomes in young adults with type 1 diabetes
Care and outcomes in young adults with type 1 diabetes
Identifying patients at low risk of bowel cancer
Identifying patients at low risk of bowel cancer
Tables for predicting survival for preterm births are updated
Use eggs, not embryos, to derive stem cells
“Egg giving” is trading, not one way process of giving
Time to clarify effect of socioeconomic class on subfertility
Elspeth Mavor McKechnie
Advice
Rose Marion Ferry
Allan Frederic (“Tommy”) Granger
Wilfred Howe
Richard William Cordiner Murray
Alfred Reeves
Mona Viviette Rivlin
Malcolm Peter Taylor
Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania
Better than Prozac: Creating the Next Generation of Psychiatric Drugs
Heat wave in France: how did the media treat the crisis?
Help the medicine go down
When ignorance is not bliss
Death, where is thy sting?
Minerva