Online communication improves the quality of health care
Handheld computers may improve patients' care
Do virtual communities help patients?
Computers do not prevent all inappropriate prescriptions
Soft networks close the gap between research and practice
Strontium reduces risk of symptomatic vertebral fracture
Can IT lead to radical redesign of health care?
What next for electronic communication and health care?
National programme for information technology
Beyond the gadgets
Will e-learning improve clinical judgment?
The first generation of e-patients
Evaluation of ehealth systems and services
WHO admits its target on AIDS drugs may be unrealistic
In brief
Pregnancy and childbirth are leading causes of death in teenage girls in developing countries
Whistleblower removed from job for talking to the press
Six health workers sentenced to death in Libya
Electronic prescribing could save at least $29bn
US doctors want to be paid for email communication with patients
EU wants every member to develop a “roadmap” for ehealth
Can the new “electronic highway” for the NHS have a smooth launch?
Paper prescriptions will soon be distinctly “last season”
All hospital bookings to be done electronically by end of 2005
GPs worried about having to change to new untested software systems
The professor of “telepreventive medicine”
Patients' experience with a diabetes support programme based on an interactive electronic medical record: qualitative study
Doctors' experience with handheld computers in clinical practice: qualitative study
Messages to medical men
Health related virtual communities and electronic support groups: systematic review of the effects of online peer to peer interactions
Recurrent hypoglycaemia in a diabetic patient as a result of unexpected renal failure
Poor more likely to smoke and less likely to quit
Efficacy and safety of antidepressants for children and adolescents
Prescribing safety features of general practice computer systems: evaluation using simulated test cases
Computer aided prescribing leaves holes in the safety net
HARMful reactions
Soft networks for bridging the gap between research and practice: illuminative evaluation of CHAIN
International online discussion lists on chronic myelogenous leukaemia
Webchat
Advertising campaign on a major internet search engine to promote colorectal cancer screening
Critical care medicine mailing list: growth of an online forum
Handheld computers
The clinician's perspective on electronic health records and how they can affect patient care
The door handle sign
Learning from e-patients at Massachusetts General Hospital
HINARI: bridging the global information divide
Digital bridges need concrete foundations: lessons from the Health InterNetwork India
When is a banana ripe?
Four rules for the reinvention of health care
Menorrhagia
NHS national programme for information technology
NHS national programme for information technology
Internet access is a socioeconomic issue
Sustainability of medical imaging
Sustainability of medical imaging
Use of healthcare resources in the last six months of life
Use of healthcare resources in the last six months of life
Use of healthcare resources in the last six months of life
Use of healthcare resources in the last six months of life
Alcohol evidence and policy
Alcohol evidence and policy
Alcohol evidence and policy
Alcohol evidence and policy
Evidence base: rock of certainty or shifting sands?
Evidence base: rock of certainty or shifting sands?
Universal consent form might help
Huibert Drion
Advice
Margaret Elizabeth Barden
Edward Granville Woodchurch Clarke
Jeffrey Robert Clyne
John Rodney Cove-Smith
Frances Mary Fountain
George Douglas McIntosh
James Willocks
The Return of the White Plague: Global Poverty and the New Tuberculosis
Useful Bodies: Humans in the Service of Medical Science in the Twentieth Century
Is there a future for links pages?
Cosmetic surgery: the new face of reality TV
How the internet could help Cuba more in health research
Discontents
Minerva