Trade is central to achieving the sustainable development goals: a case study of antimicrobial resistance : Accelerating Action on Sustainable Development Goals
Role for academic institutions and think tanks in speeding progress on sustainable development goals : Accelerating Action on Sustainable Development Goals
Roelof Boersma
Helen Alexandra Breen
Alexander (“Alasdair”) Shearer Lovat Kennedy
Ernest George Knox
Robert Charles Nightingale
Jack Macfarlane Stuart
Patient care is at risk from inadequate handovers, GMC finds
Long term antiretroviral injection proves effective in trial
Margaret McCartney: Charities should respect evidence : No Holds Barred
Child poverty: what should doctors do? : Poverty and children's health
Patients harmed by mesh implants address emotional parliamentary meeting
Child treated for HIV in infancy has been healthy for nine years
Cataract surgery is cost effective and should not be rationed, says NICE
Charlie Gard's parents end legal fight to keep son alive
Heavy drinking predicted to kill 63 000 people over the next five years
Doctors urge Britain to take lead on nuclear disarmament
Advances in the diagnosis of pneumonia in children : State of the Art Review
Stimulant medication to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder : Therapeutics
Pali Hungin: Racing beyond the boundary : BMJ Confidential
Five minutes with … Paula Bolton-Maggs
60 seconds on … Black Wednesday
Community hospitals: still a viable option?
Patients cry “whitewash” as NHS refuses to halt use of mesh implants
Advertisements for medical vacancies increase by 8% in a year
PrEP on demand reduces HIV infections, study finds
Humanitarian leaders call for “redoubling” of aid for crisis engulfing Yemen
Parkinson's disease: summary of updated NICE guidance : Guidelines
Investigating palpitations: the role of Holter monitoring and loop recorders : Rational Testing
An uncommon right iliac fossa mass in an older woman : Case Review
Dysphagia and choking in an older man : Spot Diagnosis
Junior doctors can use the new contract to take back some control : Personal view
Broad beans for Parkinson's … and other stories
Seven days in medicine: 19-25 July 2017
Shining a light on burnout
Two thirds of unfilled consultant posts have no applicants, shows census
E-cigarette use and associated changes in population smoking cessation: evidence from US current population surveys
Investigating the impact of the English health inequalities strategy: time trend analysis
Pharmaceutical companies’ policies on access to trial data, results, and methods: audit study
The antibiotic course has had its day
Rise in e-cigarette use linked to increase in smoking cessation rates
Should doctors work 24 hour shifts?
Why we must stay in the European Atomic Energy Community
“Going the extra mile” endangers doctors, patients, and NHS
Charles Douglas Forbes
Disclosure of patients’ data to the UK Home Office must stop
The war on US women's reproductive rights : After Obamacare
Joan Bicknell
Angus Osborn Robson
Action is needed to avoid NHS staffing crisis in Scotland, audit finds
Robert Leslie Robinson
John Wilson
Catherine Harkin
Access to care is not equal : Surge in exceptional funding requests
US cancer groups call for more diverse populations to be included in trials
Too few people have access to tests and treatment for hepatitis, says WHO
Plans for major NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy, warns BMA