Are atypical neuroleptics better than the old drugs?
Too few trials report on the ethnicity of participants
Narrowed retinal arterioles predict development of hypertension
Doctors look after the interests of the patients first
Early stimulation helps children's development
Informed consent could sometimes be postponed
Exemestane is better than tamoxifen in years 2-5 after breast cancer
Editorial independence at the BMJ
Patient choice in the NHS
Non-parenteral vaccines
Transplantation for alcoholic liver disease
Open access to industry's clinically relevant data
Doctors and the war on terrorism
HIV/AIDS is spreading fastest in eastern Europe and Asia
Official resigns from UNAIDS to “tell the truth”
In brief
Soya supplements do not protect against postmenopausal changes
Netherlands plans system for reporting errors
Whistleblower charges medical oversight bureau with corruption
Screening for sickle cell disease and thalassaemia saving lives
Woman forced to have three embryos implanted is allowed fetal reduction to save her life
Destruction of data prompts calls for Swedish agency to investigate research misconduct
US to introduce new rules on air pollution
CHI ratings and HSMRs: is there a relation?
What's new this month in BMJ Journals
Atypical antipsychotic drugs in the treatment of behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia: systematic review
Superiority
Prospective cohort study of retinal vessel diameters and risk of hypertension
Crunching the numbers
Severe acute respiratory syndrome and its impact on professionalism: qualitative study of physicians' behaviour during an emerging healthcare crisis
BMJ cover page, 29 May 2004
Can the new “electronic highway” for the NHS have a smooth launch?
Spending on neglected diseases has increased, says report
What next for electronic communication and health care?
Obituary: Jean Ginsburg
Patients' evaluation of informed consent to postponed information: cohort study
Methodological reasons for not gaining prior informed consent are sometimes justified
Comparison of reporting of ethnicity in US and European randomised controlled trials
Misunderstood
Feasibility of integrating early stimulation into primary care for undernourished Jamaican children: cluster randomised controlled trial
A novel way to prevent tension pneumothorax
Reform of undergraduate medical teaching in the United Kingdom: a triumph of evangelism over common sense
Seeing is believing
Common skin infections in children
Avulsion fracture of the ischial tuberosity in adolescents—an easily missed diagnosis
Initial management of a major burn: II—assessment and resuscitation
British American Tobacco and Formula One motor racing
A viceregal slight
Star wars, NHS style
Performance assessment is here to stay
Representation of authors and editors from poor countries
Representation of authors and editors from poor countries
Representation of authors and editors from poor countries
Raised cardiac troponins
Raised cardiac troponins
Brief lifestyle interventions for hypertension
Brief lifestyle interventions for hypertension
Treatment of hepatic encephalopathy
Treatment of hepatic encephalopathy
Patient organisations in ME and CFS seek only understanding
Should reviewers of papers have their names published?
Should reviewers of papers have their names published?
Should reviewers of papers have their names published?
Should reviewers of papers have their names published?
Dorothy Grace Medway
Advice
Gerald John Allum
Shawn Cato Bateman
Arani Chalapathy
Barry Lewis Coulton
Donald Barry Griffiths
Frank Richard Stanford Kellett
Donough O'Brien
James Pearson
The New Global Threat: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome and its Impacts
Dicing with Death: Chance, Risk and Health
The Corporation
NETLINES
An open letter to the Prince of Wales: with respect, your highness, you've got it wrong
A question of medical ethics from Somalia
Three puzzling cases
Minerva