William Asscher
The Oregon experiment re-examined: the need to bolster primary care
Margaret McCartney: What use is mass flu vaccination?
PCORI's ambitious efforts to promote transparency and dissemination of research findings
Big strides in Europe towards clinical trial transparency
Multiple hypothesis testing and Bonferroni's correction
Prosecution for assisting death is less likely if patients are not known to doctors
Consultant and junior doctor contract negotiations have stalled, says BMA
Obama calls for calm as US ramps up domestic Ebola response
Australian regulator insists on greater transparency of industry payments to doctors
Canadian court hears arguments on physician assisted suicide for severely ill patients
Oklahoma suspends executions for lack of drugs and medical personnel
GP recruits are offered £20 000 “golden hello” to work in Leicester
Surgeon who shouted and swore at colleagues is suspended
Government pledges to assess risk of vCJD transmission
Living with a smoker is equivalent to living in a heavily polluted city, say researchers
Deaths from liver disease are four times higher in some parts of England than others
White pupillary reflex in a 3 year old boy
Imaging of neck lumps
The public health threat from sugary drinks in India
Conflating odds ratio with “risk”
Using clinically relevant measures of risk
Author's reply to Wong and De Murtinho-Braga
UK resources in the care of adults with Down's syndrome
Considerations when supporting or opposing a national licensing exam
Transparency of funding of patient groups is mandatory but is not enough
Who will support independent patient groups?
Support for minimum unit pricing for alcohol in the alcohol industry
Charging for primary care disproportionately affects the poor
The BMJ launches seventh annual awards scheme
Top European Commission health official resigns
High prevalence of ophthalmic disorders in Down's syndrome
Government gives backing to Saatchi bill
UK scientists criticize White House ban on studies that increase virus potency or transmissibility
India's hunger rating falls to reflect drop in underweight prevalence
Insiders say NICE is being encouraged to be more favourable to industry
WHO will review its response to Ebola once outbreak is under control
Future shape of general practice in England
British general practice: another Collings moment?
Clinical and social outcomes of adolescent self harm: population based birth cohort study
Self harm in young people
Hospitals still fail to provide accurate records of the patients they treat
Paralysed man walks again after cell transplantation
Obamacare: what the Affordable Care Act means for patients and physicians
External iliac artery occlusion after blunt trauma
The benefits of central heating and other stories …
David Oliver: Pet hate—privatisation by stealth
Counting the cost of England's NHS reorganisation
Axial T2 weighted magnetic resonance image of the left thigh
Government says it would stockpile Tamiflu again
US revamps domestic Ebola response
US issues new guidelines for health workers caring for Ebola patients
NICE calls for end to “postcode lottery” of fertility treatment
Doctors condemn “unethical” £55 payment for every new dementia diagnosis
The diagnosis and management of hiatus hernia
In brief
Taming the international commercial surrogacy industry
A reform too late and a “redisorganisation” too far
Specialists launch initiative to improve palliative care in Europe
Project aims to halve stillbirths and brain injuries during labour
NHS plan calls for new models of care and greater emphasis on prevention
UK will be groundbreaker if proposed regulations for mitochondrial donation are adopted, MPs hear
US to monitor arrivals from Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea
Global deaths from TB have fallen but many cases are still missed, says WHO
Ebola drug trial is to start next month
Sexually transmitted infection control strategies should target “swingers”
Campaign seeks to make Britons active every day
Stratification of risk for hospital admissions for injury related to fall: cohort study
Effect of mobile telephone reminders on treatment outcome in HIV: evidence from a randomised controlled trial in India
Role of fear in overdiagnosis and overtreatment—an essay by Iona Heath
Mobile phone messaging to improve health
Reappraisal of thienopyridine pretreatment in patients with non-ST elevation acute coronary syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Routine thienopyridine pretreatment for acute coronary syndrome without ST elevation
Western drug companies conducted trials behind the Iron Curtain without patient consent
Randomised controlled trials: “within subject” versus “between subject” designs
What stops healthcare workers volunteering to fight Ebola in west Africa?
Margaret McCartney: Dementiagate—how politicised pay diverts GPs from working for patients
NHS staff readied to deal with Ebola cases in hospitals and general practices
Drug company is targeted for refusing to adopt ban on distribution of execution drug
Ebola diagnosed in doctor in New York City
Vaccine tests to begin in Ebola countries this year