MAOBIs can benefit patients with Parkinson's disease
What is it like to have Parkinson's disease?
Evidence based model improves care of depression
Specialisms don't reflect ethnic origin
Mortality among doctors in Uganda is high
Computers may facilitate assessment of medical students
Screening for herpes simplex may not be ethical
Liposuction does not improve cardiovascular risk factors
Parkinson's disease: a journey
Using monoamine oxidase type B inhibitors in Parkinson's disease
The patient's journey: travelling through life with a chronic illness
Ethnic profile of the doctors in the United Kingdom
Doctors and nurses with HIV and AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa
Early life intelligence and adult health
Nationwide protocol is needed for investigating baby deaths
MPs launch inquiry into influence of drug industry
In brief
Poor lung function is five times commoner in teenagers exposed to high particulate concentrations
Thiomersal doesn't cause developmental disorders
Older women who take adjuvant treatment after lumpectomy may not need radiotherapy
Polypill will not change prevention of heart disease
Seven doctors to face GMC over Shipman inquiry findings
Slugging it out over health care, stem cells, and abortion
Monoamine oxidase type B inhibitors in early Parkinson's disease: meta-analysis of 17 randomised trials involving 3525 patients
Country of training and ethnic origin of UK doctors: database and survey studies
The fate and career destinations of doctors who qualified at Uganda's Makerere Medical School in 1984: retrospective cohort study
American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists 13th Annual Meeting and Clinical Congress, Boston, Massachusetts
Re-engineering systems for the treatment of depression in primary care: cluster randomised controlled trial
Can care management enhance integration of primary and specialty care?
Using computers for assessment in medicine
What the educators are saying
The journey: Parkinson's disease
Gender related disorders
Ethics of screening for asymptomatic herpes virus type 2 infection
Scandals have eroded US public's confidence in drug industry
How protective is the working time directive?
Assessing the quality of research
UK health minister under pressure to ban smoking in public
Research bureaucracy in the United Kingdom : Seeking a balance: response from the Department of Health and COREC
Research bureaucracy in the United Kingdom : Ethics committees have important roles in research
Research bureaucracy in the United Kingdom : Good governance is needed
Research bureaucracy in the United Kingdom : Research governance is about protection, not convenience
Research bureaucracy in the United Kingdom : Time has come to face research governance
Research bureaucracy in the United Kingdom : Practical example illustrates problems of ethical review of genetics
Research bureaucracy in the United Kingdom : Ask for help
Editorial independence at the BMJ : NEJM editor says facts in letter are wrong and accusations reckless...
Editorial independence at the BMJ : ... JAMA editor expresses disappointment at letter's smear...
Editorial independence at the BMJ : ...and the author apologises unreservedly
Predicting bacterial cause in infectious conjunctivitis : “History of conjunctivitis” needs clarifying
Predicting bacterial cause in infectious conjunctivitis : Chlamydia needs to be taken into account
Predicting bacterial cause in infectious conjunctivitis : Three more questions for “conjunctivitis” may be important
Predicting bacterial cause in infectious conjunctivitis : Why say itching counts against bacterial infection in conjunctivitis?
Predicting bacterial cause in infectious conjunctivitis : Authors' reply
Hospital chaplaincy units show bias towards Christianity
All clinical trials must be reported in detail and made publicly available
Sing if you're glad to be sluts
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
Henry Matthew Adam
James Paton Orr Erskine
Grace Trespass Lennon (née Dawson)
Thomas Mowbray Nott-Bower
Frederick Leonard Richardson
David Bamford Williamson
Margaret Wilson (née Fyfe)
Advice
Phir Milenge (We'll Meet Again)
NETLINES
Far EastEnders: how a Cambodian soap brings hope
The danger of denial
The mumbo jumbo of health management
Minerva