The proceduralist's neck
Investigating recurrent angio-oedema
Successful delivery of information technology in the NHS
Alcohol and drug problems in older people
Legalisation of assisted dying does not harm palliative care, study concludes
NHS has no way of knowing if it is on track to meet financial targets, expert says
GP consultations have become more intense and complex, shows survey
Correction: Obituaries Maxwell Caplin and Barron Bruce MacGillivray
Robert Glen Brackenridge
All change on bmj.com
Honorary and ghost authorship in high impact biomedical journals: a cross sectional survey
Honorary and ghost authorship
How best to diagnose urinary tract infection in preschool children in primary care?
Risk of venous thromboembolism from use of oral contraceptives containing different progestogens and oestrogen doses: Danish cohort study, 2001-9
A more evidence based approach to the use of surrogate end points in policy making
The progestogen content of combined oral contraceptives and venous thromboembolic risk
A risk adapted approach to the governance of clinical trials
Fundamental re-think on smoking is needed
An independent review is under way
A national registry would inform best practice for mild hypothermia after cardiac arrest
Dedicated medical teams for patients undergoing orthopaedic surgery
Reducing drug errors in anaesthesia
Improving MMR coverage in Birmingham
The NHS breast screening programme needs independent review
In brief
Experts criticise industry sponsorship of articles on health policy in Australian newspaper
Some charges against Bahraini doctors are dropped, but more serious crimes are added
Doctors' suspensions and exclusions rise but are processed faster
Kenneth Matthewson
Denis Mbong Umoren
Gilbert Geoffrey Francis
Ian Campbell Roddie
Anthony David Perrett
Ian Mackenzie Johnstone
Graeme Harding McDonald
Grant Bates
Trusts are wasting millions by failing to bulk buy equipment, warn MPs
Hospitals in Syria have become instruments of suppression, says Amnesty
US may reverse reforms that promoted access to drugs, leaked documents show
NHS should develop bioinformatics to make best use of whole genome sequencing, expert group says
Sanctuary in the trees
Hyperglycaemia in acute coronary syndromes: summary of NICE guidance
A temptation I can resist
Using/abusing freedom of information requests
Should requests always be free?
Drug industry takes great care to be responsible healthcare partner
Peter Devlin
Wilson Greatbatch
Lessons for the UK in how the Australians have reduced smoking
Robots don't perform surgery, surgeons do
Odds ratios and adjusting for confounding
Donation of bodily material for medicine and research
Early Childhood Autism
Poems and quotations
MINERVA
MINERVA
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) replies to Fiona Godlee
Upcoming conferences
All you need to read in the other general journals
Highs and lows of drug decriminalisation
Unhealthier by degrees
Breast cancer screening is to be reviewed, cancer tsar announces
What should we do with child sex offenders?
The abuse of privileged children
Work for young people and care of elderly people are problems as world's population hits seven billion
Ageing brains and challenging thoughts
Bill Gates is to urge G20 nations to adopt a financial transaction tax to fund development
Deal with myths about population growth to improve birth control, says MP
A very breathless woman
Factors associated with variability in the assessment of UK doctors' professionalism: analysis of survey results
Comprehensive geriatric assessment for older adults admitted to hospital: meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
Comprehensive geriatric assessment for older adults
Too few hospitals belong to children's surgical networks, says inquiry
The RTS,S malaria vaccine
Minister admits government has not convinced public of the harms of excessive drinking
Health secretary promises loans to hospitals in trouble
Management of ankle fractures
Centres of health innovation are established in Africa to promote research and development
Government uses new method to judge performance of hospitals to try to prevent “gaming” of system
Liberal Democrats end their opposition to health reforms