Don't forget HIV
Improving quality of care
Life is a terminal condition
Doctors can be trusted
Authors respond to editorial
Counting end of life decisions
NHS organisations, let's all sign up to the 10:10 campaign
All that glisters
No power for the people
Judge criticises how the GMC judged surgeon's fitness to practise
A healthy alternative to climate change negotiations
Four in 10 deaths among young people worldwide from injuries, study finds
Course of flu epidemic is hard to predict, says UK government adviser
Precise diagnosis and treatment
Researching the small things that matter
“Epidemic” of chronic disease?
More recognition, please
Mental health charities object to contingency plans for flu epidemic
Should flu have at least one respiratory symptom?
Roche responds
Doctors, steer entirely clear
Doctors' attitudes surveyed
A baroness replies
Setting the record straight about the NHS
Nine in 10 articles rejected by NEJM appear in another journal
China gears up for swine flu vaccination as virus spreads inland
Radial extracorporeal shockwave treatment compared with supervised exercises in patients with subacromial pain syndrome
Critical reflections on the rise of qualitative research
Death shall have no dignity
Health and climate change
Politicians must heed health effects of climate change
Recommendations for the administration of influenza vaccine in children allergic to egg
Minerva
Minerva
Putting safety on the curriculum
All you need to read in the other general journals
Researchers, like politicians, use “spin” in presenting their results, conference hears
More than 20% of articles have a “guest” author, study shows
Campaigns to reduce antibiotic use in the US cannot compete with drug advertising, study says
Excluded urologist brings whistleblowing case against employer
Jane Margery Wynne
Fighting and lack of rain result in mounting crisis in southern Sudan
AIDS awareness campaign that used Hitler lookalike provokes anger and support
Outbreak of E coli O157 is linked to Surrey open farm
Doctor is accused of giving misleading evidence and exaggerating fees
Doctor is cleared of asking nurse to give fatal dose to dying patient
GPs are to be paid £5.25 a shot for swine flu vaccination
Inquiry into Mid-Staffordshire trust will look into “uncomfortable and difficult” issues
Persistent diarrhoea in a young woman
Age based discrimination in health and social care services
Relative risk reduction and absolute risk reduction
An itchy ear that became painful
Metformin associated lactic acidosis
Calcium
Thigh circumference and risk of heart disease and premature death
Population
Nominations open for next year's BMJ Group awards
Neena Modi is appointed new chairwoman of BMJ ethics committee
Left to rot
In brief
Doctors' view of care pathway for dying patients clashes with audit findings
Swine flu vaccine is a “thousandfold” safer than the infection, say experts
Sister Morphine
Fall in child mortality in Africa and Asia is “grossly insufficient” to meet millennium development goal, says Unicef
A wicked encyclopaedia
Understanding why some ethnic minority patients evaluate medical care more negatively than white patients
Life expectancy in relation to cardiovascular risk factors
Unrecognised scurvy
Should we screen for coeliac disease? Yes
Should we screen for coeliac disease? No
Ethnic minorities and their perceptions of the quality of primary care
Wellcome Trust and Merck join forces to develop vaccines for low income countries
The crooked timber of humanity
UN mission finds evidence of war crimes on both sides of Gaza conflict
Filtering Medline for a clinical discipline
Do gyms have responsibilities for people with eating disorders?
A life at stake
Harold Zalin
Flu's unexpected bonus
Lindsay Henderson
Ian Murray Lawson
Patricia Flora Allington-Smith (née Frisby)
David Askey Lammiman
Jeremy Robert Sides
Lack of health insurance leads to 45 000 excess deaths in US
Exhibition pays tribute to St George's heritage
Heroin clinics reduce street drug use and crime, shows study
Hunger poses the “world's greatest health risk” as aid deficit bites, says UN
Doctors needs tougher targets to reduce heart disease further, says watchdog
Health secretary announces end to GP catchment areas
Chief medical officer warns that swine flu may be on the rise again