Patients' personalities affect admission to ICU
New cardiac surgeons improve their results over time
Reducing heroin availability decreases drug use
Prescribing behaviour can be improved
Radial artery is the preferred approach
More efforts needed for HIV vaccine
Antibacterial household products don't reduce symptoms of infectious disease
Demonstrating accountability, fostering trust
Misconceptions about the new combination vaccine
Women in medicine
Reporting systems for cardiac surgery
People with intellectual disabilities
Access to high cost drugs in Australia
Newcastle centre gains licence for therapeutic cloning
Chairman says he declared interest
In brief
Row brews over Italian abortion proposals
Doctors call for more postmortems after murders at German hospital
Indian patients go to court over cancer drug
Poor countries need to tackle the health brain drain
Pre-election insecurity in Afghanistan hampers health service delivery
Improving mortality of coronary surgery over first four years of independent practice: retrospective examination of prospectively collected data from 15 surgeons
The learning curve
Teaching medicine, 1816
National questionnaire survey on what influences doctors' decisions about admission to intensive care
Effects of reduction in heroin supply on injecting drug use: analysis of data from needle and syringe programmes
Fatal liver failure associated with pioglitazone
Severe necrotising leucocytoclastic vasculitis in a patient taking bosentan
An actor's sense of timing
Effectiveness of a multiple intervention to reduce antibiotic prescribing for respiratory tract symptoms in primary care: randomised controlled trial
Using the NO TEARS tool for medication review
Email consultations in health care: 1—scope and effectiveness
A memorable patient: How life events change patients' perspectives of their conditions
Randomised controlled trial assessing the impact of a nurse delivered, flow monitored protocol for optimisation of circulatory status after cardiac surgery
In brief: TIA patients need assessment
Email consultations in health care: 2—acceptability and safe application
A lesson from across the Irish Sea
Radial artery access for coronary angiography and percutaneous coronary intervention
Abnormal liver function after an unplanned consultation
Burns in the developing world and burn disasters
The legacy of Bristol: public disclosure of individual surgeons' results
Development of an AIDS vaccine: perspective from the South African AIDS Vaccine Initiative
Balancing benefits and harms in health care : Technology to collect and share information about harms already exists
Balancing benefits and harms in health care : GPs need to be informed about drugs prescribed to their patients elsewhere
Balancing benefits and harms in health care : Information about benefits and harms should be accessible to patients
Balancing benefits and harms in health care : New trial on albumin and saline should have been considered
Balancing benefits and harms in health care : Ethical dimension was not discussed in theme issue
Balancing benefits and harms in health care : Editor's choice was sensationalist but not true
Balancing benefits and harms in health care : Summary of webchat
Adverse drug reactions as cause of admission to hospital : Alcohol and other non-prescribed drugs may have impact on adverse drug reactions
Adverse drug reactions as cause of admission to hospital : Not all drugs that cause adverse reactions are actually prescribed by doctors
Adverse drug reactions as cause of admission to hospital : Definition of adverse drug reactions needs to include overdose
Adverse drug reactions as cause of admission to hospital : Only part of the picture was reported for aspirin
Adverse drug reactions as cause of admission to hospital : Admissions to ear, nose, and throat departments were not mentioned
Adverse drug reactions as cause of admission to hospital : Authors' reply
Open letter to Annette King, Minister of Health, New Zealand : Intensive medicines monitoring programme is not due to be stopped
Open letter to Annette King, Minister of Health, New Zealand : Official response is misleading
Antidepressants and suicide : Rising prescription rate does not mean rising rate of new users
Antidepressants and suicide : Risk of completed suicide is not the same as risk of deliberate self harm
Antidepressants and suicide : Authors' reply
BMJ statistical errors
Government regulation is needed to prevent biased under-reporting of clinical trials
Access to every trial dataset is crucial
Loren Mosher
Leslie MacDonald Craig
William (“Bob”) McIntosh Sinclair Ironside
Angus Henry Luscombe
Alan Edward Malone
Jimmy Foden Shroff
Gordon William Taylor
Nora Kathleen Woll
Celebrities, charities, and complaints
A Clone of Your Own? The Science and Ethics of Cloning
Learning to Live Together: Preventing Hatred and Violence in Child and Adolescent Development
Epidemiology: friend or foe?
Cat, fox, dog
Minerva