Robert Fife
Endovascular or open repair strategy for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm: 30 day outcomes from IMPROVE randomised trial
Lower limb venogram
Minimum alcohol pricing: a shameful episode
Families demand reform of India's medical negligence system
Daniel Greer Young
Rachel Majumdar
Úna Rachel Finnegan
Frequent attenders are getting poor care
Advertising campaign highlights value of medical record data
EU pilot project promotes sharing of research data
Gordon Telford Haysey
Bhagabat Charan Das
George Henry H Williamson
Surgery for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm
WHO guidelines on fluid resuscitation in children: missing the FEAST data
WHO response to BMJ queries
Supporting smoking cessation
Hysterosalpingogram
2013 was a horrible year for nursing—nurses are “burnt out,” says chief
Should journals stop publishing research funded by the drug industry?
In brief
Coroner calls for ban on junior doctors working unsupervised at night
Texas hospital keeps pregnant woman on life support against family's wishes
Pay GPs to tackle obesity, doctors urge UK government
Anaesthetist is struck off UK register after colleagues found he had been dismissed in Ireland
China to blacklist wayward drug manufacturers
Spending on locums has risen 60% since 2009 in English emergency departments
Prenatal exposure to antidepressants and persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn: systematic review and meta-analysis
Effect of ageing on cervical or vaginal cancer in Swedish women previously treated for cervical intraepithelial neoplasia grade 3: population based cohort study of long term incidence and mortality
Long term outcomes for women treated for cervical precancer
Spot the difference
Sexual harassment by patients forces doctors to alter their practice
Jellyfish stings and other stories …
Do black patients with chronic kidney disease benefit equally from all blood pressure lowering agents?
Authors’ reply to Ladapo and Ogedegbe
First do no harm: a response to Louise Ansari, Diabetes UK
Tips for dealing with the members of the Shelford Group
Poor areas lose out most in new NHS budget allocation
Carrying out a comprehensive intraoral examination in dental pain
Authors’ reply to Riddell and colleagues
The need for clinical dental treatment out of hours
Beware red colouring on toilet paper
Michael Dixon: Best health secretary could be Hunt
Improving, and auditing, access to clinical trial results
Number of children dropping out of cancer treatment at Mumbai hospital drops fourfold
Preventive behaviours regarding tick bites
Why the GMC should set up a central registry of doctors’ competing interests
Unintended consequences: might major surgery accelerate cancer?
Author's reply to Hofman
Cervical screening should continue after age 65, study concludes
Tobacco companies must admit deceit in massive new advertising campaign
Cancer researcher convicted of child pornography charges is spared erasure after showing remorse
Underestimating treatment benefit of lung transplantation for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
Patients can't trust doctors’ advice if we hide our financial connections with drug companies
Should children who have a cardiac arrest be treated with therapeutic hypothermia?
Doctors and climate change: “you played at rapid sequence induction while my world burned”
Long term duration of protective effect for HPV negative women: follow-up of primary HPV screening randomised controlled trial
Rates of gout continue to rise in UK, but GP care has not improved
Agencies condemn new Nigerian law that may deny gay people access to HIV services
Doctors should tell patients who is paying them and why
GMC hearing against GP who ran out of hours was “disastrous,” says judge
Better staff engagement improves NHS care, says report
Gene therapy for inherited blindness shows promise in first clinical trial
Novartis faces charges in Japan over promotion of valsartan to doctors
Prognosis of respiratory tract infections in primary care
Why the GMC should set up a central registry of doctors’ competing interests
Bad medicine: the rise of duloxetine
Assessement of US pathway for approving medical devices for rare conditions
Biosimilars: what's in a name?
A shared wave is a clinical test of health—and humanity
Prognostic scores
England's mental and community health services face deeper cuts than hospitals
Private companies won 70% of contracts awarded by England's commissioning groups in opening months
Only half of patients referred for talking therapies enter treatment
In brief