Improving immunisation coverage in rural India: clustered randomised controlled evaluation of immunisation campaigns with and without incentives
Glycated haemoglobin A1c for diagnosing diabetes in Chinese population: cross sectional epidemiological survey
Diagnosing diabetes using glycated haemoglobin A1c
Falling research in the NHS
Improving immunisation coverage in rural India
Disappearance of drugs undermines Uganda's fight against malaria
All you need to read in the other general journals
Cambodia cracks down on illegal drug vendors in bid to counter antimalarial resistance
Diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer are on cusp of major change, conference hears
Early waning of maternal measles antibodies in era of measles elimination: longitudinal study
External aortic support for people with Marfan's syndrome
Spironolactone use and renal toxicity: population based longitudinal analysis
Tackling antibiotic resistance
Effect of antibiotic prescribing in primary care on antimicrobial resistance in individual patients: systematic review and meta-analysis
Stoking the antibiotic pipeline
High frequency oscillation in patients with acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS): systematic review and meta-analysis
Whistle while you work: an analysis of NHS foundation trust policies
How New Zealand has contained expenditure on drugs
NHS spinal units
Don't forget economics
Pharmacological enhancement of performance in doctors
More research needed
Let's add three other studies
Conclusions are uncertain
More methodological concerns
What about the NICE guidelines?
Authors' reply
Some troubles with staples
BMJ 's suturing technique
Unsuspected pulmonary embolism
Consultants do sexy audit
ISTCs are not on the radar
Age of autonomy
Justice for all
Concentration of insulin-like growth factor is linked with breast cancer
Diabetes consensus panel calls for action on obesity, diet, and exercise
Brazil and India file complaint against EU over seizure of generic drugs
Mobile phones do not raise risk of brain tumours in adults, but harms among highest users need investigating
An elderly woman with recurrent episodes of confusion
An infant with respiratory distress
High frequency oscillation in acute lung injury and ARDS
Management of lower urinary tract symptoms in men: summary of NICE guidance
Biliary atresia
Neonatal jaundice: summary of NICE guidance
Continuing medical education for BMJ readers
Rudeness at work
Nested case-control studies
Florence and the war machine
4.48 Psychosis
Drug regulation: a sometimes unhealthy coalition
In brief
Lethal injections: no healthcare professionals should be involved
GSK is accused of trying to suppress editorial on rosiglitazone
Pain revisited: evidence for opioids
The cost of reading
Mortimer Sackler
Don't take me to your leader
Should we consider a boycott of Israeli academic institutions? No
Indian president signs ordinance to dissolve medical council
WHA resolution on Chagas' disease should not ignore diagnosis and treatment, say charities
WHO's head calls on donors to do more to protect poor countries' health systems
Report calls for new body to evaluate genetic tests
Guinea pigs for the “developed” countries
Long term treatment with metformin in patients with type 2 diabetes and risk of vitamin B-12 deficiency: randomised placebo controlled trial
Unintended effects of statins in men and women in England and Wales: population based cohort study using the QResearch database
Reduced serum vitamin B-12 in patients taking metformin
How will we know if the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics benefit health?
Balancing the intended and unintended effects of statins
The health and socioeconomic impacts of major multi-sport events: systematic review (1978–2008)
Doctors should avoid making assumptions about patients' choices at the end of life
Mortimer Sackler
Doctors need to embrace leadership roles for good of health service, says royal college
CME, GMC, and Florence Nightingale
Management of seasonal affective disorder
Transmission of pandemic A/H1N1 2009 influenza on passenger aircraft: retrospective cohort study
Major NHS survey finds care standards are improving but medication information is poor
Local people to be elected to run primary care trusts, says new government