SPIRIT 2013 explanation and elaboration: guidance for protocols of clinical trials
Jean Struthers
John Barnes Spargo
Bryan Frederick Warren
William Armitage Hutchinson
John McCrae
Tessa Caroline Miller
John Stephens Bryden
Evaluation of interventions to reduce air pollution from biomass smoke on mortality in Launceston, Australia: retrospective analysis of daily mortality, 1994-2007
Effectiveness of screening and brief alcohol intervention in primary care (SIPS trial): pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial
Concurrent use of diuretics, angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors, and angiotensin receptor blockers with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and risk of acute kidney injury: nested case-control study
Egg consumption and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke: dose-response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies
Androgen deprivation treatment in prostate cancer
Surgeons in training may benefit from mental visualisation
Intermittent self catheterisation with hydrophilic, gel reservoir, and non-coated catheters: a systematic review and cost effectiveness analysis
Observations Made Upon the Bills of Mortality
“Pathological internet use” and other stories …
Zinc deficiency in a premature infant
Sentinel node biopsy for melanoma: unnecessary treatment?
Panorama responds to editorial on fMRI for vegetative and minimally conscious states
Screening and brief intervention for alcohol use disorders in primary care
Safety of coprescribing NSAIDs with multiple antihypertensive agents
Drug-grapefruit juice interactions
Acting on the lessons of Winterbourne View Hospital
GMC impartiality double standards
Don't forget high flow nasal oxygen delivery for emergency oxygen
The Scottish NHS does not turn a blind eye to female genital mutilation
A conspiracy of anonymity
Two key messages were overlooked in article on personal health budgets
The medical profession should take the lead in UK drug policy
Capacity is not sufficient
Bottleneck at discharge is a drain on hospital resources
Tweets from the emergency department
Restrictive approach to transfusion best in upper gastrointestinal bleeding
Fructose may be making us eat more
Overweight people live longest
It pays to distribute naloxone to heroin users
Critics question whether “friends and family” test in NHS is fit for prime minister's purpose
Eight more state health exchanges get approval
Irish doctors are angry as their union boss leaves with €9.7m package
Abortion restrictions increase at state level in US
Hormone releasing intrauterine system should be used more widely in primary care for menorrhagia, study concludes
GPs don't have “time or inclination” to make necessary changes to NHS, report says
All trials must be registered and the results published
Patients are urged to boycott trials that do not guarantee publication
What is disease? And why it's a healthy question
In brief
Scheme highlights “hidden nasties” in food
French doctors are told to restrict use of third and fourth generation oral contraceptives
NHS's main regulator has lost public confidence, say MPs
Primary care complex offering public and private healthcare to 30 000 opens in Somerset
Genetic test can help reduce school absences owing to asthma
Some health and wellbeing boards are too “pink and fluffy” and lack spine, expert warns
Egg consumption and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke: dose-response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies
Health department approves more than 100 private firms to run NHS services
Timely publication of all trial results may mean less overtreatment
Should rich countries stop sending development aid to India? No
Should rich countries stop sending development aid to India? Yes
The automation of systematic reviews
What will 2013 bring?
Bad press over Liverpool care pathway has scared patients and doctors, say experts
“Greed, ignorance, and laziness” are behind medical injection dangers in US, says official
Abstracts often do not accurately reflect trial results, study shows
Decision to dissolve troubled London trust prompts anger from neighbouring clinicians
GMC impartiality double standards
US spent $2.7 trillion on healthcare in 2011, but growth remains steady
Patients are urged to boycott trials that do not guarantee publication