Twins born after assisted conception are not at higher risk of neurological damage
Overseas visitors should have access to free NHS care
Access to medical care does not explain social gradients in heart disease
Topical NSAIDs relieve osteoarthritis pain for only two weeks
Clopidogrel may be associated with acquired haemophilia A
Treating acute COPD at home is as good and cheaper
CRP is a weak predictor of coronary heart disease
All doctors have a personal horror story
How protective is the working time directive?
How many eggs?
Policing access to primary care with identity cards
Topical NSAIDs in osteoarthritis
Preventing malaria in UK travellers
Secret US report surfaces on antidepressants in children
Germany sets up quality control institute for health care
In brief
Chief medical officer warns that many blood transfusions are unnecessary
Berlin police investigate murder attempt in laboratory
Man wins battle to keep receiving life support
Richard Smith has left the building
Over the limit?
Neurological sequelae in twins born after assisted conception: controlled national cohort study
Qualities of a good surgeon
Hospital at home for patients with acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: systematic review of evidence
Does access to cardiac investigation and treatment contribute to social and ethnic differences in coronary heart disease? Whitehall II prospective cohort study
Dispersal of HIV positive asylum seekers: national survey of UK healthcare providers
Acquired haemophilia A may be associated with clopidogrel
Variations and increase in use of statins across Europe: data from administrative databases
Administering, analysing, and reporting your questionnaire
Infertility among male UK veterans of the 1990-1 Gulf war: reproductive cohort study
Efficacy of topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in the treatment of osteoarthritis: meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
New perspectives—approaches to medical education at four new UK medical schools
Promises and delivery—a research imperative for new approaches to medical education
The ethics of medical education
Patients in medical education and research
What the educators are saying
Neurocardiogenic syncope
The other side of medicine
Abnormal liver function found after an unplanned consultation: case progression
A warning
Rehabilitation after burn injury
Eligibility of overseas visitors and people of uncertain residential status for NHS treatment
Blue limbs (the importance of history and examination)
Investigation into GPs with high patient mortality : Monitoring death rates will become increasingly complex
Investigation into GPs with high patient mortality : Situation is even more complicated
Editorial independence at the BMJ : Oversight committee may be crucial step forward...
Editorial independence at the BMJ : ... and could ensure three pronged terms of reference for editor
Editorial independence at the BMJ : Incident at Sri Lankan medical journal may show the way
Guidance has high priority in interventional procedures : Objective evidence needs to be provided
Guidance has high priority in interventional procedures : Author's reply
Scientific articles have hardly changed in 50 years : Plain English and minimal Latin may explain readability of 1950s paper...
Scientific articles have hardly changed in 50 years : ... and “scientific rigour” may be to blame for current dullness...
Scientific articles have hardly changed in 50 years : ...but Asher was asking why medical journals were so dull back then
Japan Tobacco Incorporated has found a new way of promoting tobacco in motor sports
Role of poverty must be emphasised
Samuel Mitja Rapoport
Paul Thornton Calvert
Ian Duncan Chisholm
Neil Hyndman
John Richard (“Ian”) Kenyon
Patricia Ann Nettleton (née Girling)
Telfer Reynolds
John Neill Shepherd
The Medical Society of London 1773-2003
The Renewal of Generosity: Illness, Medicine, and How to Live
Real Life: My Mum is My Dad
A brave new paradigm?
What price entertainment?