Role of gastro-oesophageal reflux treatment for chronic cough may be in doubt
Use of a dummy is associated with reduced risk of SIDS
Clarithromycin in stable coronary heart disease may increase mortality
Let practice nurses tell partners about chlamydia
What works for migraine
New drug for gout shows early promise
Doing things differently
The BMJ is evolving
Epilepsy and supplementary nurse prescribing
Fundoscopy: to dilate or not to dilate?
Magnet therapy
Uncertainty still surrounds oseltamivir after 13 year old dies
Indian firm to produce oseltamivir for developing countries
In brief
Cancer organisation hits out at medical research funded by tobacco companies
Dutch launch campaign against drinking
Korean stem cell pioneer resigns
Swiss hospital lets terminally ill patients commit suicide in its beds
Lords recommend “passive immunisation” if bird flu reaches UK
Germany privatises university hospital
Cleared GP faces further investigation into more deaths
Cough medicines’ effect is mainly placebo
Patients get four choices for NHS treatments
CDC recommends new tuberculosis blood test
UK policy to reduce skills drain from Africa is ineffective
MPs ridicule proposed UK partial smoking ban
Rebuilding from the rubble
Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials of gastro-oesophageal reflux interventions for chronic cough associated with gastro-oesophageal reflux
Partner notification of chlamydia infection in primary care: randomised controlled trial and analysis of resource use
Use of a dummy (pacifier) during sleep and risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS): population based case-control study
Randomised placebo controlled multicentre trial to assess short term clarithromycin for patients with stable coronary heart disease: CLARICOR trial
Recent advances in the diagnosis and management of migraine
My bipolar expedition
Bipolar disorder—services need to catch up with rapidly developing evidence base
An alcoholic patient who continues to drink: case presentation
Medical treatment of early breast cancer. I: adjuvant treatment
A case of “proper” flu
What's new in the other general journals
A century of general practice
Coping with change
Good general practitioners will continue to be essential
The magic roundabout
Return of a system based on social values
General practice under pressure
Still striving for utopia
Improving NICE's social value judgments
Do-it-yourself cardioversion
The nursing profession's coming of age : The end of medicine as a profession
The nursing profession's coming of age : The death of nursing, the dumbing down of medicine
The nursing profession's coming of age : Contribution of “maxi” nurses is exaggerated
The nursing profession's coming of age : Plus ça change
The nursing profession's coming of age : My experience of nurse practitioners
The nursing profession's coming of age : Not as successful as it looks
The nursing profession's coming of age : Sign of the times
The nursing profession's coming of age : A difference in cultures
The nursing profession's coming of age : Separate but complementary
The nursing profession's coming of age : Doctors can use their skills to the maximum
The nursing profession's coming of age : A team effort required?
Rise and demise of the hospital : Managing hospital inpatient care
Rise and demise of the hospital : Backwards is the new forward: time for the heritage hospital
Is methadone too dangerous for opiate addiction? : Issue is one of toxicity v acceptability
Is methadone too dangerous for opiate addiction? : Methadone is still needed in addiction treatments
Are GPs who specialise in dermatology effective? : Be wary of generalising research conclusions
Are GPs who specialise in dermatology effective? : Result for teamwork and planning is positive
Are GPs who specialise in dermatology effective? : High cost of general practitioners with special interests is a fallacy
Are GPs who specialise in dermatology effective? : Cost calculations were impenetrable
Emin Kaya Alpar
Cecil Berl Collins
Morrell Henry Draper
Michael Hemming
Camilla Maria Magbadelo (née Rodrigues)
David John Dyson Perrins
Mary Millicent Rayner (née Dale)
Derek Conmar Robinson
Arun Kumar Sarkar
James Malcolm Latham Shearer
Dudley Staunton
Roy Cooke Tyldesley
A History of Britain's Hospitals and the Background to the Medical, Nursing and Allied Professions
NETLINES
The doctor-patient relationship in reverse
Is it time to rethink mobile medical teams?
On reading Proust
Minerva