Training improves care givers' and patients' wellbeing...
... and saves money
A third of type 1 diabetics have renal damage within 20 years
Management of self harm varies in England
Poorer Scottish patients with heart failure see their GPs less
LMW heparin effective for pulmonary embolus
Transparency: a modern essential
Informal care giving for disabled stroke survivors
Roll Back Malaria: a failing global health campaign
National screening programme for aortic aneurysm
Assisted suicide
Physical activity and coronary heart disease
College proposes better deal for acute medical patients
Companies offer surgeons incentives to use their prostheses
In brief
Doctors charged with planning to kill a patient for his kidneys
Half of Russia's doctors face sack in healthcare reforms
Newer hypnotics no better for insomnia than short acting benzodiazepines
NICE gives guidance on use of new antiepileptic drugs in children
Mentally ill offenders are being wrongly held in prisons
A lawyer with the Hygeia touch
Some way to go for consistent implementation of guidance on hip fracture
What's new this month in BMJ Journals
Training care givers of stroke patients: randomised controlled trial
Training care givers of stroke patients: economic evaluation
Every breath you take
Correction: Interactive case report: Treatment of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy
Clustering of common risk factors does not explain risk of CHD
Predictors for the development of microalbuminuria and macroalbuminuria in patients with type 1 diabetes: inception cohort study
Variations in the hospital management of self harm in adults in England: observational study
Influence of socioeconomic deprivation on the primary care burden and treatment of patients with a diagnosis of heart failure in general practice in Scotland: population based study
Valuable insights from morbidity coding in primary care
Reduction of dislocations immediately after the accident
Management of diastolic heart failure in older adults
Ergonomics in medicine and surgery
Low back pain
Screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms in men
Lessons from developing nations on improving health care
Linking disease control programmes in rural Africa: a pro-poor strategy to reach Abuja targets and millennium development goals
Deafness makes you depressed
No time to train the surgeons
No time to train the surgeons
No time to train the surgeons
No time to train the surgeons
No time to train the surgeons
No time to train the surgeons
No time to train the surgeons
No time to train the surgeons
Scan immediately for stroke using MRI when possible
Turning a blind eye
Turning a blind eye
Turning a blind eye
Turning a blind eye
We are not “amueslied”
Patrick Trevor-Roper
James Brunskill Brierley
Samuel Howard Davies
David Hewspear
Francis Robert Stanley Knight
Matthew McLearie
Wendy Scott
William Buchanan Smellie
Escape Fire: Designs for the Future of Health Care
Autism and Creativity: Is there a Link between Autism in Men and Exceptional Ability?
What Price Better Health? Hazards of the Research Imperative
Media hype? It's not as bad as it seems
Are we creating a health pariah class?
I don't know much, but this I do know