Diagnose or rule out pulmonary embolism with confidence
Advice on dose adjustment in renal impairment is inconsistent
Availability of emergency contraception didn't change women's practice
Who will investigate suspected research misconduct?
How to detect data fabrication
ABC of conflict and disaster
Calcium and vitamin D is effective for preventing first fracture
The GMC: out of its depth?
Investigating allegations of scientific misconduct
Tackling the political determinants of global health
Evidence based prescribing
Making prison health care more efficient
Pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy
New medical contracts hamper trusts' financial performance
BMA holds memorial to people killed in London bombings
In brief
Global right to health campaign launched
Iraq doctor tells of health crimes
Diagnosis of “shaken baby syndrome” still valid, appeal court rules
Unsafe conviction rejected in Roy Meadow expert witness case
WHO increases pressure on China over bird flu
Health committee warns of potential dangers of soya
Image of disabled children wins award
NHS errors led to more than 800 deaths
German private medical school to reform in face of criticism
Foreign visitors to India are unaware of rabies risk
Stem cell bill may be stalled in US Senate
Science committee calls for better research into ageing
Aid agencies appeal for help against famine
Voting set to begin at GMC following retirement of Wendy Savage
What's new in the other general journals
Systematic review and meta-analysis of strategies for the diagnosis of suspected pulmonary embolism
Systematic comparison of four sources of drug information regarding adjustment of dose for renal function
Expression of concern
Are these data real? Statistical methods for the detection of data fabrication in clinical trials
Impact on contraceptive practice of making emergency hormonal contraception available over the counter in Great Britain: repeated cross sectional surveys
Randomised controlled trials for the BMJ need to be registered
Best practices for safe handling of products containing concentrated potassium
A scientist's fiancée wants to tidy his desk in 1861
Conflict recovery and intervening in hospitals
Suspected research fraud: difficulties of getting at the truth
Investigating the previous studies of a fraudulent author
Dose adjustment in renal impairment
Dose adjustment in renal impairment
Dose adjustment in renal impairment
Dose adjustment in renal impairment
Searching for papal scapegoats is pointless
Understanding, not wisdom, needed for capacity
“Choose and book” does not solve any problems
Sir Richard Doll
Walter Vincent Anderson
D'Almero (“Darrell”) Kok
Douglas Macdonald McKean
Robert Martin Rowan
Agnes Hallimond Wilkinson (née Crozier)
Fiona Margaret Wilson
Frida Kahlo
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