clinical leadership in the provision of hospital care
surgery versus intensive rehabilitation programmes for chronic low back pain
reducing knife crime
next steps in trial registration
excess coronary heart disease in south asians in the united kingdom
uk and korean teams refine techniques for human cloning
committee calls for more guidance on animal experiments
uk patients can refuse to let their data be shared across networks
community care has led to loss of staff from psychiatric wards
four in five nurses on mental wards face violence
cancer is diagnosed more quickly in patients who bypass gps
world health assembly votes not to destroy smallpox virus
pfizer australia is fined for misleading promotion of celecoxib
all ivf embryos should be checked for genetic defects, conference is told
israel allows sex selection of embryos for non-medical reasons
new guide ranks success of ivf treatment centres
uk government to set up small claims scheme for medical mishaps
statins may reduce the risk of colorectal cancer
uk agency reports slight increase in radiation exposure
revalidation must serve doctors and the public
randomised controlled trial to compare surgical stabilisation of the lumbar spine with an intensive rehabilitation programme for patients with chronic low back pain..
surgical stabilisation of the spine compared with a programme of intensive rehabilitation for the management of patients with chronic low back pain: cost utility an..
systematic review and meta-analysis of studies of the timing of tracheostomy in adult patients undergoing artificial ventilation
what's new in the other general journals
perceptions and experiences of taking oral hypoglycaemic agents among people of pakistani and indian origin: qualitative study
barriers to concordance with antidiabetic drugs―cultural differences or human nature?
use of sprat for peer review of paediatricians in training
can poorly performing doctors blame their assessment tools?
management of pregnancies with rhd alloimmunisation
no cure, no pay
patients, professionalism, and revalidation