Italy recognises patient safety as a fundamental right
Governments must be open about prices they pay for drugs, says WHO
Gillon Caldwell Ferguson
David Anthony Andrewes
Clifford Brewer
WHO ready to deploy Ebola vaccine in disease outbreak
Counterterrorism policy is incoherent and ill conceived : NHS and counterterrorism
Frequent personalised emails match effective medicine for smoking cessation, study finds : Tailored emails help smoking cessation
Palliative care from diagnosis for all ages including children and young people : Palliative care
Phosphodiesterase inhibitors such as Viagra do not increase melanoma risk, review finds : Viagra-type drugs don't raise melanoma risk
Roundup from LMC conference
Brexit threatens status of over 2000 GPs, royal college warns
Former Guyanese health minister sentenced in US for illegal prescribing
Antibiotic prescription strategies and adverse outcome for uncomplicated lower respiratory tract infections: prospective cough complication cohort (3C) study
Building resilient health systems: a proposal for a resilience index
Occupational health should be part of the NHS
Controlling antibiotic prescribing for lower respiratory tract infections
David Oliver: Let's streamline NHS bureaucracy and then leave it well alone : Acute Perspective
Margaret McCartney: Our politicians are wilfully failing the NHS : No Holds Barred
Thrombocytosis is linked to increased cancer risk, study finds : Thrombocytosis may raise cancer risk
Urgent improvements are needed to diagnose and manage Lynch syndrome in patients with urothelial cancers : Genetic test for colorectal cancer
Immediate antibiotics for uncomplicated RTIs do not reduce risk of admission and death, study finds : Immediate antibiotics no better for RTIs
Too soon to assess effects of deemed consent to organ donation in Wales : Organ donation in Wales
Malpractice should be investigated proactively and holistically to identify underlying causes : Learning from the Paterson case
Increasing regulation has unintended consequences : Learning from the Paterson case
Terra firma forme dermatosis
Development and validation of QRISK3 risk prediction algorithms to estimate future risk of cardiovascular disease: prospective cohort study
A case of palpitation and pre-syncope : Case Review
Stroke score and recovery … and other stories
Femi Oyebode: Poetry in medicine : BMJ Confidential
How new fact boxes are explaining medical risk to millions
Missing millions: Nepal's earthquake struck population is still waiting for help : International Aid
Five minutes with … Cindy Fedell
Social care: manifesto debacle shows need for wider debate
RCGP sets questions for parliamentary candidates
Conclusions of study of short term use of oral corticosteroids and related harms seem wrongheaded : Short term oral corticosteroid harms
Chondroitin sulfate seems as effective for knee osteoarthritis as widely used celecoxib : Chondroitin sulfate effective for knee pain
Through the Microscope: Chelsea garden inspired by breast cancer research : The Big Picture
Guidelines aim to help identify and treat stroke in children : Guidelines on stroke in children
High court judge quashes decision to strike off gynaecologist for dishonesty
Authors’ reply to Hamilton : Short term oral corticosteroid harms
Trump proposes slashing funding for Medicaid, poverty programs, and medical research
Hypoactive delirium : Practice Pointer
Specific antidotes for bleeding associated with direct oral anticoagulants : Therapeutics
Life expectancy difference and life expectancy ratio: two measures of treatment effects in randomised trials with non-proportional hazards
Standardised packaging for cigarettes
Conservatism and the cancer drugs fund : UK General Election 2017
Gilbert Winston Clark
What the three main parties are promising on health : UK General Election 2017
Sixty seconds on … purdah
Seven days in medicine: 17-23 May 2017
Navigating uncertainty
Preparation courses for medical school are isolating and demotivating : Medical school interview courses
Survey of directors of public health suggests that STPs may be falling short of ambition : Sustainability and transformation plans
GP is suspended for 12 months for treatment failures in four patients
Medical school preparation courses do not widen participation : Medical school interview courses
Cannabis based drug shows promise in children with resistant epilepsy : Cannabis drug helps resistant epilepsy
New WHO chief pledges to strengthen fundraising capacity
Non-invasive postmortems using CT scans are feasible, study finds : Postmortem using CT shows promise
Tens of millions of people would lose insurance under Trump's bill, report finds
Next government should not ditch STPs, says policy expert
Change to collecting data makes counting GPs impossible, says royal college
Huw Wesley Stephen Francis
Adeeb Taha Mohammed Ghoneim
Sidney Leigh
Suicides among junior doctors in the NHS
David Jennings
Elisabeth M Higgins
John Walter Bennett
David Quartermaine Trounce
Ivan Reginald Clout
Andrew Brent Tullo
Simon Albert Philip Jenkins
Thomas Cyril Waters
Cessation of strontium ranelate supply : Strontium ranelate and cardiac events
Ion Lazarevich Degen
Postgraduate training will be more flexible under new standards, says GMC
Trump's worst appointment : Yankee Doodling
Five minutes with … Steve Gill
Sixty seconds on … GP numbers
Parents of child with rare genetic disorder lose life support appeal
Senior NHS doctors face huge burden of work related illness, researchers find