Evaluation of pre-hospital administration of adrenaline (epinephrine) by emergency medical services for patients with out of hospital cardiac arrest in Japan: controlled propensity matched retrospective cohort study
Growing up over the shop
Back to school anatomy: just add Plasticine
A born again Christian
We wish you a merry x-ray-mas: Christmas signs in radiology
Intravenous fluid therapy for adults in hospital: summary of NICE guidance
Ian Douglas-Wilson
Arthur Maxwell House
Surgery and anaesthesia during the heroic age of Antarctic exploration (1895-1922)
Adrenaline for out of hospital cardiac arrest?
Undercover surgeon: the night porter chronicle
Sodium in drugs and hypertension
A prophet to modern medicine: Ernest Amory Codman
Who cares for the nine million displaced people of Syria?
The Cochrane Collaboration at 20
A fat chance of slimming
The haiku as a research medium
Regulatory authority reviews GMC decisions in Mid Staffordshire cases
UK doctors’ regulator strikes off GP for persistent dishonesty
Effects of post-mastectomy radiotherapy on breast reconstruction
Policy of banning tobacco funded research is “antiscience”
Editor's reply to Proctor
Irrational testing for antiphospholipid antibodies
Authors’ reply to Nelson-Piercy and colleagues
Improving urgent and emergency care in England
Add clinical indications to prescription instructions to avoid problems of polypharmacy
Risk of venous thromboembolism in pregnancy and risks from unnecessary investigations must both be minimised
Problems of polypharmacy
The year of Francis
Investing in national primary care data is way forward in time of care.data
Can India save its Parsi community with assisted reproduction?
Medical education companies got $170m in grants from 14 drug firms in 2010, study finds
Doctors need to take the lead on poverty's effects on health
What's in a name?
Women's groups and fertility experts campaign to reduce prevalence of hysterectomy in India
A promise for change
MPs are to review evidence on screening programmes
Judges are announced for The BMJ Awards
AbbVie considers harms to be commercially confidential information: sign a petition
Opening hours of general practices in England
Risk of missing a retinal tear in patients with vitreous detachment
Complete smoking ban in hospitals compromises compassionate care
Max Pemberton: Particularly happy in bed
Importance of lumbar puncture in diagnosing subarachnoid haemorrhage
GSK is to stop paying doctors to talk about its drugs and attend conferences
ADHD drug makers move to expand into adult market
Effect of funding source on publication bias is not so clear cut
Transparency campaigners make gains in clinical trials battle
Authors’ reply to van Lent and Out
Prohibition on assisting a suicide is interference with rights of severely disabled people, UK Supreme Court is told
Working together to improve the credibility and transparency of clinical research
UK cancer death rates drop by more than a fifth over 20 years
Care Bill could lead to “backdoor” reconfiguration of NHS services, says BMA
Postgraduate medical education and training in the UK
Video abstracts
Intravenous fluid therapy for adults in hospital: summary of NICE guidance
New York City votes to ban e-cigarettes from public places
What's in a name?
Hugh Gurling
Investigating stable chest pain of suspected cardiac origin
Duration of symptoms of respiratory tract infections in children: systematic review
Prioritising ward rounds would improve junior doctors’ experience and patient care
New guidelines relax blood pressure goals
Patients with atrial fibrillation have nearly twice the risk of stroke in first 30 days of starting warfarin
EU nations approve law to overhaul clinical trials
NHS chiefs attack health secretary for meddling in health service for political gain
Hypothyroidism is still prevalent in India despite promotion of iodised salt, study shows