Our failure to put knowledge into practice causes harm : Quality improvement and evidence based medicine
Big data's big bias: bringing noise and conflicts to US drug regulation : Investigation
David Oliver: NHS doctors’ licence to challenge : BMJ Acute Perspective
New diagnostic tests: more harm than good
Follow-up of patients with metal-on-metal hip replacements
UK doctors re-examine case for mandatory vaccination : Communicable Disease
Evidence based medicine misses the “art” of helping humans : Quality improvement and evidence based medicine
Author's reply to Welch : Quality improvement and evidence based medicine
Authors’ reply to Spiegel and colleagues : Effect of study outcome on publication
Margaret McCartney: Let's ditch the stuff we don't need to do : No Holds Barred
Sixty seconds on … 999 calls
Doctors are being denied time off for non-clinical work
Junior doctor contract is making paediatric rotas more difficult to fill, finds survey
Increase in life expectancy in England has halted, new figures show
Protesters show support for assisted dying campaigner : The Big Picture
Cost of achieving WHO sustainable development goals by 2030 is $58 a head
Tobacco plan aims to produce England's first smoke-free generation
An older man with memory impairment and convulsions
Learning together : What Your Patient is Thinking
Shehan Hettiaratchy: Planning the next 10 steps : BMJ Confidential
Remote headache advice … and other stories
WHO urges countries to fight tobacco industry's interference
Cost saving is nothing to be proud of : Cut in the NHS deficit
“Ethicolegal restrictions” restrict data sharing where it might help : Myocardial infarction and NSAIDs
Authors’ reply to Wicks : Acute myocardial infarction and NSAIDs
Regulatory data are hidden in plain sight : Wider role of regulatory scientists
Charlie Gard case: an ethicist in the courtroom : Ethics Man
Sex and disability: time to treat all women as individuals : Sexual Health
US Republican attempt to repeal and replace Affordable Care Act collapses
Paediatrician jailed for downloading child porn is struck off
Mighty mites
Enhancing the usability of systematic reviews by improving the consideration and description of interventions
A patient with a painful and swollen hand : Case Review
A smoker with joint pain : Spot Diagnosis
Management of patients after primary percutaneous coronary intervention for myocardial infarction : Clinical updates
Baby genome screening: paving the way to genetic discrimination?
Patrick Millar Littlejohn
Maurice Frederick Levy
John Moorhouse Heaton
Michael Hobsley
Ian R D Proctor
Compulsory vaccination and growing measles threat : Communicable Disease
Tackling submission and publication bias : Effect of study outcome on publication
Drug strategy will fail without new money, say critics
International recruitment scheme brings 38 GPs to NHS
Seven days in medicine: 12-18 July 2017
Dementia research focuses on prevention, as drugs fail to deliver
Defenders against overdiagnosis
History taking is a complex skill : Listening to patients is not enough
Listening is key, but ask the right questions : Listening to patients is not enough
Department of Health balances books—but at a price, say experts
Government allocates £325m to England's “most advanced” STPs
Teenage boys shouldn't be given HPV vaccine, says joint committee
Health services must encourage pragmatic research : Doctors’ duty to participate in research
Choosing treatments when the effect of alternatives is uncertain : Doctors’ duty to participate in research
Investigators have a duty to minimise waste in pragmatic trials : Doctors’ duty to participate in research
Antidepressants during pregnancy and autism in offspring: population based cohort study
Effect of diet and physical activity based interventions in pregnancy on gestational weight gain and pregnancy outcomes: meta-analysis of individual participant data from randomised trials
Diet and exercise in pregnancy
Prenatal antidepressant use and risk of autism
A civilised society should enable people to end their life : Planning for old age
Number of new HIV infections is rising in Russia
More than 2000 more emergency medicine consultants needed in England, says royal college
Dairy consumption, systolic blood pressure, and risk of hypertension
“Independent” reanalysis of landmark starch solutions trial was published by original authors
Angela Brodie
NHS to stop funding homeopathy and some drugs in targeted savings drive
Revalidation plan could reduce burden on doctors, says BMA
Gynaecologist at UK's largest Polish speaking clinic is struck off