CONSORT 2010 statement: extension to randomised pilot and feasibility trials
Evaluation of computed tomography in patients with atypical angina or chest pain clinically referred for invasive coronary angiography: randomised controlled trial
Is this trial misreported? Truth seeking in the burgeoning age of trial transparency
We want the best doctors in Wales, wherever they come from, says first minister
Health bodies urge UK government to begin phasing out coal power
Spice and all things nasty: the challenge of synthetic cannabinoids
Margaret McCartney: Cameras and complaints
The computer will assess you now
Charles Roger Heyden Green
Michael Handley Ashken
Julian Alexander Cavendish Neely
Barry William Serpell
Anne Seymour
John Sinson
Poorest urban areas face highest rates of psychosis, study finds
Babies should sleep in parents' bedroom for as long as a year, says US guidance
Medical director of Cornwall trust is first to be struck off for management failings
Scottish court gives go-ahead to minimum alcohol pricing
Conflicts of interest compromise US public health agency's mission, say scientists
BMA calls for national prescription drug helpline
GP referral to weight loss programme is quick and effective, finds study
Action is urged to improve physical health in severe mental illness
NHS must find ways to speed access to new drugs and technologies
Indonesian doctors risk losing licence if they castrate paedophiles
An unusual cause of a mass in the groin
Life with a cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) shunt
Re-evaluation of low intensity pulsed ultrasound in treatment of tibial fractures (TRUST): randomized clinical trial
An incidental finding
A baby with a discharging umbilical lesion
New Cancer Drugs Fund solves the wrong problem
Cancer Drugs Fund: the bigger picture
Low intensity pulsed ultrasound for fractures of the tibial shaft.
Better measures of glucose control … and other stories
Healthcare professionals must “think globally, act locally” on climate change
Non-home grown NHS staff feel insecure and unwelcome
Medicine thrives on experience from abroad
Peter Fleming: Instigator of “Back to Sleep”
Royal colleges issue list of 40 unnecessary interventions
The locum cap is working but we still have a long way to go
Why can't the NHS value junior staff the way top companies do?
Five minutes with … Don Berwick
Sixty seconds on … STPs
Updated Gin Lane exemplifies modern day public health challenges
CCG is criticised for paying private firm to screen referrals
Risks from less invasive hysterectomy are quantified in study
Early intervention may limit severity of autism symptoms
Funding shortfalls put target to end TB epidemic by 2035 at risk
Public may accept national insurance rise to boost NHS funding, say experts
Very large treatment effects in randomised trials as an empirical marker to indicate whether subsequent trials are necessary: meta-epidemiological assessment
Seven days in medicine: 19-25 October 2016
Oral dextrose gel may cut incidence of neonatal hypoglycaemia
Rise of the machines
Safety of extending screening intervals beyond five years in cervical screening programmes with testing for high risk human papillomavirus: 14 year follow-up of population based randomised cohort in the Netherlands
Minerva: New nodules on screening lung computed tomography
Screening children at immunisation visits can identify familial hypercholesterolaemia
Official statistics show more deaths in patients admitted to hospital at weekends
GMC warns of “state of unease” in medical profession
Lack of investment is putting new care models at risk, think tank warns
Shorter regimen for multi drug resistant tuberculosis cures more than 80% of patients
Government yet to see discrimination against UK researchers due to Brexit
Judges hear senior surgeon's appeal against manslaughter conviction
General practice is making a leap in the dark
Patient satisfaction with GPs is not related to consultation length, study finds
How to choose the world's top health diplomat
Uwe Heinemann
David Oliver: Base care on need, not age
Long term oxygen does not benefit patients with stable COPD, study finds
Government is set to miss target to recoup £500m from treating overseas visitors
Paediatricians vote for college to continue accepting funds from infant formula companies
Popular measure in California ballot targets drug prices
Colorado's bid to create first single payer system in US faces uphill fight
General practices achieve 95% of QOF points