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Getting a patient’s consent for publication
Academic performance of ethnic minorities in medical school
The self controlled case series method
Achieving the best from care in early labour
Local accountability in the NHS
Patient confidentiality and consent to publication
SHORTAGE OF MEDICAL ISOTOPES
FREE PRESCRIPTIONS IN WALES
DRUG PRICING SCHEME
EUROPEAN WORKING TIME DIRECTIVE
EUROPEAN WORKING TIME DIRECTIVE
EUROPEAN WORKING TIME DIRECTIVE
EUROPEAN WORKING TIME DIRECTIVE
PARACETAMOL WITH IBUPROFEN
BIOBANKING
TACKLING MALARIA TODAY
SEX EDUCATION
SEX EDUCATION
ETHNIC STEREOTYPES
ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE
Isotope shortage is cutting nuclear medicine capacity across Europe by more than half
Academics draw up protocol for handling research misconduct
IN BRIEF
Uganda to double use of antiretrovirals in people with HIV
Deaths from lung cancer in people who have never smoked are higher in men than in women
WHO says cluster approach improves impact of disaster aid
Most children with vaccine allergies can be revaccinated
Spanish doctors say “no thank you” to pressure from drug industry to prescribe their products
Vatican newspaper reopens debate on defining the end of life
Most patients at risk of stroke fail to get adequate anticoagulation therapy
Patients are less satisfied with robot assisted prostatectomy
African ministers adopt plan to reduce threats to health
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TRULY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH?
The importance of listening
Argus and the cyclops in the clinic
Gaining consent for publication in difficult cases involving children
COMMENTARY: Consent to publication—no absolutes
COMMENTARY: The view of the BMJ ’s ethics committee
Ethnic stereotypes and the underachievement of UK medical students from ethnic minorities: qualitative study
Commentary: An “ethnic minority” medical student
Exposure to antipsychotics and risk of stroke: self controlled case series study
Effect on birth outcomes of a formalised approach to care in hospital labour assessment units: international, randomised controlled trial
Implementation of computerised physician order entry (CPOE) and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) in the NHS: quantitative before and after study
A tale of two families
Management of sickle cell disease
Why use theories in qualitative research?
Death in the air
Julius Benjamin Richmond
Ian Blacker
Hugh John Adolphus Coni
John Stanley Cox
Roger Patrick Doherty
Janet Mary Marks
Raymond John Vale
ADVICE
The UK needs an Institute of Medicine
A pet prescription
The new counterculture
The herd instinct
The Inner Consultation
Of acupuncture, art, and testicles
CASE REPORT
STATISTICAL QUESTION
PICTURE QUIZ
PRIZE QUIZ: Hernia
Minerva
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