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INDEX TO VOLUME 332

Entries for editorials, news, research, clinical review, practice, analysis and comment, letters and reviews are indicated by the use of symbols (E), (N), (S), (C), (P), (A), (L), and (R) respectively. Articles in BMJ Careers are also included in this index. From 30 April 2005 BMJ Careers has been published in two versions, one for general practice and one for hospital medicine, but both versions are included in this index.
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Abalos E, see Duley L 332:463 Abbara A, et al, Thalidomide!! A Musical 332:369 (R) Abbasi, Kamran, on his mentor Richard Smith (P Cross) BMJ Careers 332:100 Abbate A, see Biondi-Zoccai GGL 332:202 Abbott C, How international medical graduates are certified in Canada BMJ Careers 332:160 Abbott Laboratories, suspended for entertaining doctors (M Day) 332:381 (N) ABC of breast diseases Medical treatment of early breast cancer. I: adjuvant treatment (IE Smith, et al) 332:34 (P) Medical treatment of early breast cancer. II: endocrine therapy (IE Smith, et al) 332:101 (P) Medical treatment of early breast cancer. III: chemotherapy (IE Smith, et al) 332:161 (P) Medical treatment of early breast cancer. IV: neoadjuvant treatment (IE Smith, et al) 332:223 (P) ABC of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Definition, epidemiology, and risk factors (G Devereux) 332:1142 (P) Diagnosis (GP Currie, et al) 332:1261 (P) Non-pharmacological management (GP Currie, et al) 332:1379 (P) Pathology, pathogenesis, and pathophysiology (W MacNee) 332:1202 (P) Pharmacological managementinhaled treatment (GP Currie, et al) 332:1439 (P) Pharmacological managementoral treatment (GP Currie, et al) 332:1497 (P) Smoking cessation (P Srivastava, et al) 332:1324 (P) ABC of palliative care Difficult pain (L Colvin, et al) 332:1081 (P) Principles of control of cancer pain (M Fallon, et al) 332:1022 (P) ABC of wound healing Burns (A Benson, et al) 332:649 (P) (correction, 755) Diabetic foot ulcers (ME Edmonds, et al) 332:407 (P) Infections (B Healy, et al) 332:838 (P) Non-surgical and drug treatments (S Enoch, et al) 332:900 (P), 1156 (L), 1275 (L) Pressure ulcers (JE Grey, et al) 332:472 (P) Recent advances and emerging treatments (S Enoch, et al) 332:962 (P) Reconstructive surgery (DE Boyce, et al) 332:710 (P) Traumatic and surgical wounds (DJ Leaper, et al) 332:532 (P) Uncommon causes of ulceration (GK Patel, et al) 332:594 (P) Venous and arterial leg ulcers (JE Grey, et al) 332:347 (P) Wound assessment (JE Grey, et al) 332:285 (P) Wound dressings (V Jones, et al) 332:777 (P), 916 (L) Abdellaoui A, A really simple guide to a powerful tool: RSS BMJ Careers 332:244 abdominal aortic aneurysm scrotal swelling, renal lesions and: in elderly man: Interactive case report case report (SK Das, et al) 332:899 (P) case progression (SK Das, et al) 332:959 (P) case outcome (SK Das, et al) 332:1198 (P) contents (SK Das, et al) 332:1021 (P), 1079 (P), 1141 (P) Abe T, see Nishikiori N 332:334 Abel PM, see Inojosa WO 332:1479 Abeygunasekera AM, A good surgeon should know when to abandon a procedure 332:1390 Abood A, Becoming an environmentally friendly doctor (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:255 abortion, induced see also miscarriage adolescence, parents right to know about advice (O Dyer) 332:198 (N) mifepristone safety (JH Tanne) 332:71 (N) Poland, court case over denial of abortion (B Pancevski) 332:382 (N) US gap in contraceptive use between rich and poor (JH Tanne) 332:1170 (N) South Dakota ban encourages other states (JH Tanne) 332:626 (N) Supreme Court to review partial birth abortion (JH Tanne) 332:506 (N) UK defies US by funding global programmes (L Eaton) 332:322 (N) Abusin S, Everyone can benefit from the GP foundation programme (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:15 academic medicine see also education, medical; research career development: nine step strategy (L Pololi) BMJ Careers 332:38 failing patients and clinicians (PM Rothwell) 332:863 (E), 1036 (L) general practice, career advice (G Watts) BMJ Careers 332:33 (GP edition) origin and funding of most frequently cited papers in medicine (NA Patsopoulos, et al) 332:1061 (S) accident prevention, children, safety improvements in Europe: WHO report (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1470 (N) accidents, traffic see road traffic accidents accreditation fitness to practice, standards, criteria, and thresholds for assessment (R Baker) (Professional regulation) 332:230 (A), 424 (L) postgraduate courses (R Dhillon) BMJ Careers 332:8 (GP edition) acetylcysteine, prevention of contrast associated neophropathy: compliance and quality of reporting of overlapping metaanalysis (CGL Biondi-Zoccai, et al) 332:202 (S) acquired immunodeficiency syndrome see also antiretrovirals; HIV infections 2006 Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic (JH Tanne) 332:1289 (N) career advice (R McCoy) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:92 children deaths from drug shortages (M Day) 332:1234 (N) robbed of childhood (P Moszynski) 332:748 (N) developing countries, monitoring HIV treatment (SP Koenig, et al) (HIV and global health) 332:602 (A) Germany, Becker promotes condom use (M Leidig) 332:812 (N) life expectancy, global inequality (D Dorling, et al) (HIV and global health) 332:662 (A) Mexico, HIV prevention in schools (D Walker, et al) 332:1189 (S) prisoners, still a double sentence 332:119 (L) Russia, glasnost arrives at last (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1176 (N) South Africa promoter of vitamins for AIDS calls off lawsuits (P Sidley) 332:507 (N) Zumas trial leaves confused messages (P Sidley) 332:1112 (N) Sudan, health ministers advocacy of condoms sparks controversy (P Moszynski) 332:1233 (N) Switzerland naked poster campaign (K Duke) 332:1174 (N) partner disclosure case (B Pancevski) 332:809 (N) tropical medicine: HIV is altering nature (E Moore) (Personal view) 332:1280 (R) Uganda, free drugs (H Wasswa) 332:1112 (N) UN conference settles on compromise statement (JH Tanne) 332:1349 (N) US, routine testing call (JH Tanne) 332:1169 (N) acupressure see also alternative medicine low back pain treatment overview (H Frost, et al) 332:680 (E) controlled trial (LL-C Hsieh, et al) 332:696 (S) acute pancreatitis, review (A Kingsnorth, et al) 332:1072 (C) Adam, Helen Ann (ne Smith), Obituary (J Dickson) 332:1456 (correction, 333:137) addiction, MSc in clinical and public health aspects of addiction (R Rao) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:255 Addison GM, Ethics committees 332:730 (L) adjuvant therapy, medical treatment of early breast cancer: ABC of breast diseases (IE Smith, et al) 332:34 (P) adolescence see also young adults abortion, Axon loses fight for parents right to know of advice (O Dyer) 332:198 (N) contraception, Gillick test: plea for consistency (R Wheeler) 332:807 (E), 975 (L) ecstasy overview: antecedents of illicit drug use (K Poikolainen) 332:803 (E) symptoms of anxiety and depression in childhood and (AC Huizink, et al) 332:825 (S) exercise: early determinants (PC Hallal, et al) 332:1002 (S) human papillomavirus vaccination and (B Lo) 332:1106 (E) meningococcal infections, risk and protective factors (J Tully, et al) 332:445 (S) sexual behaviour, guidance does not require mandatory reporting (S Mayor) 332:872 (N) sleep disorders (S Kotagal, et al) 332:828 (C) adolescent health services, lost in transition between paediatric and adult services (JE McDonagh, et al) 332:435 (E) adolescent psychiatry see also psychiatry training for paediatric specialist registrars (J Lewis, et al) BMJ Careers 332:179 Adsett, John, interview (R Hooke) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:234 Adsett D, If I am contracted to do 1:8 weekend, can my trust change it to 1:7? Where do I stand legally? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:228 (GP edition) advance directives see also ethics, medical Mental Capacity Bill sets out framework for living wills (C Dyer) 332:623 (N) advanced trauma life support, (J Botting) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:235 adverse drug reactions case reports: systematic literature survey 332:334 (S), 488 (L), 666 (L) ethnic groups and overview (E Eliasson) 332:1163 (E) systematic review and meta-analysis of drugs used in cardiovascular medicine (SE McDowell, et al) 332:1177 (S), 1335 (L), 1393 (L) hospital admissions in UK (L Hitchen) 332:1109 (N), 1273 (L), 1393 (L) Advice Zone, history and development (S Malik) BMJ Careers 332:182 Affleck AG, Neonatal lupus erythematosus is not always benign 332:796 (L) Afghanistan, reconstruction hampered by Taliban (P Moszynski) 332:324 (N) Africa avian influenza, ill equipped to fight epidemic (P Moszynski) 332:380 (N) child workers (P Moszynski) 332:1112 (N) doctors abroad and health care improvement at home (T Richards) 332:744 (N) health staffing, UK policy to reduce skills drain from Africa is ineffective (Z Kmietowicz) 332:9 (N) research, regulation of biomedical research (SC Chima, et al) (Global medicine) 332:848 (A) Agarwal S, Interactive case report. 70 year old man with scrotal swelling, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and renal lesions: case outcome. Commentary: A difficult diagnosis 332:1200 (P) ageing see also health services for the elderly decision making and. A memorable patient (C Tucker) 332:117 (A) souls in cages (C Douglas) (Soundings) 332:1221 (R) agendas see patient agendas Agostoni P, see Biondi-Zoccai GGL 332:202 Agrawal A, et al, Irritable bowel syndrome: diagnosis and management (BMJ Learning) 332:280 (P) Agyemang C, Ethnic misclassifications hamper progress in research 332:1335 (L) Ahmed T, see Baqui AH 332:378 air filtration, BAT scheme (NR Leavell, et al) (Public health) 332:227 (A) Air Force, career advice (H Le Cocq, et al) BMJ Careers 332:204 Aizawa H, see Koga T 332:1214 Akil M, see Douglas L 332:1133 Akporehwe KA, see Akporehwe NA 332:1466 Akporehwe NA, et al, Ketamine: a misunderstood analgesic? 332:1466 (E) Al-Adnani M, et al, How can we improve the rate of autopsies among Muslims? (Personal view) 332:310 (R) Al-Hadithy H see Abbara A 332:369 Al-Hakim WI, et al, The palliative role of orthopaedics 332:1227 (E) Al-Inany H, et al, Drugs for anovulatory infertility in polycystic ovary syndrome 332:1461 (E) Al-Ruzzeh S, et al, Effect of off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery on clinical, angiographic, neurocognitive, and quality of life outcomes: randomised controlled trial 332:1365 (S) Al-Saadi M, see Aquilina C 332:608 Al-Wakeel Y, et al, Foundation and beyond: is the future any clearer? BMJ Careers 332:3 Alberman E, et al, Cerebral palsy and perinatal exposure to neurotropic viruses 332:63 (E) Alberti H, Inhaled insulin 332:1273 (L) alcohol drinking coronary heart disease in women and men overview: how much and how often? (A Britton) 332:1224 (E), 1392 (L) drinking patterns (J Tolstrup, et al) 332:1244 (S) ethnicity and misuse (R Rao) 332:682 (E) homeless, managed intake improves health (B KermodeScott) 332:70 (N) moderate drinking benefits challenged (JH Tanne) 332:811 (N) Netherlands, campaign launched (T Sheldon) 332:6 (N) patient who continues to drink: Interactive case report case presentation (S McPherson, et al) 332:33 (P) case progression (S McPherson, et al) 332:98 (P) case outcome (S McPherson, et al) 332:276 (P) (correction, 396), 423 (L) contents (S McPherson, et al) 332:222 (P) sensible drinking messages confusion 332:302 (L) writers: lessons for doctors (J Hill) BMJ Careers 332:43 (GP edition) alcoholism, opportunistic screening in primary care (S Coulton, et al) 332:511 (S), 667 (L) Alder N, see Fossey J 332:756 Alexander N, see Kroeger A 332:1247 Alfirevic Z, see Neilson JP 332:433 Ali K, Proof (Film) 332:430 (R) Allan R, see Atkin P BMJ Careers 332:33 Allen D, et al, Producing a business case BMJ Careers 332:192 Allen E, see Oakley A 332:413 allergy and immunology, should UK services focus on primary care? (ML Levy, et al) 332:1347 (E) Almasri A, see Lilford R 332:542 Alpar, Emin Kaya, Obituary (VV Killampalli) 332:55 Alter DA, see Manuel DG 332:659, 1419 alternative medicine see also acupressure Alternative Medicine: BBC2 (Garrow) (TV) 332:241 (R) Netherlands, doctors suspended (T Sheldon) 332:929 (N) woolly views (G Watts) (The Press) 332:1339 (R) Altman DG et al, Statistics Notes. The cost of dichotomising continuous variables 332:1080 (P), 1216 (L) see Chan A-W 332:1086

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Alwitry A, Setting up a research project as an SHO, and getting it published: part 2 BMJ Careers 332:58 Alzheimers disease cerebral embolism and overview (M Kivipelto, et al) 332:1104 (E) case-controlled study 332:1119 (S) exercise and (S Mayor) 332:137 (N) NICE cholinesterase inhibitors recommendation (S Mayor) 332:195 (N) amblyopia, educational, health, and social outcomes: 1958 British birth cohort (JS Rahi, et al) 332:820 (S) Ambrose, Jamie, Obituary (E Ambrose, et al) 332:977 Amelang M, see Strmer T 332:1359 American Medical Association, doctors performance measures (JH Tanne) 332:506 (N) amiodarone, safe in heart failure? (M Coceani, et al) 332:317 (E) amnesia, Unknown White Male (P Sen) (Film) 332:859 (R) Amnesty International, The State of the Worlds Human Rights (L Eaton) 332:1231 (N) Amrani M, see Al-Ruzzeh S 332:1365 anaesthesiology education foundation year programmes (H Findley) BMJ Careers 332:239 referral to Doctors with Difficulties (L Sanai) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:22 return after two year break (M Dobson) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:22 Gavin Kenny interview (A Salmin) (Fifteen minutes with) BMJ Careers 332:216 on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:1160 (R) VTS rotation: now wants to train as GP (K Mohanna) BMJ Careers 332:62 Analatos AA, see Patsopoulos NA 332:1061 analgesia see also pain principles of control of cancer pain: ABC of palliative care (M Fallon, et al) 332:1022 (P) anatomy demonstration: personal perspective (A Shah) BMJ Careers 332:116 Dream Anatomy: online exhibition (T Rimmer) (Website) 332:242 (R) unusual ending to lesson (J Cornwall) 332:422 (A) Ancelin ML, et al, Non-degenerative mild cognitive impairment in elderly people and use of anticholinergic drugs: longitudinal cohort study 332:452 (S) Anderson, Graham Herbert, Obituary (JH Chippendale) 332:1218 Anderson, John, Obituary (AA Brown) 332:1456 Anderson, Mary Margaret, Obituary (A Fraser, et al) 332:917 Anderson GM see Choudhry NK 332:141 see Manuel DG 332:659, 1419 Anderson JSN, A memorable patient, Ben 332:1258 Andersson I, see Zackrisson S 332:689 Andras P, see Charlton BG 332:1214 Andrews GJ, Managing challenging behaviour in dementia 332:741 (E) Andron M, see Egred M 332:889 Anggiansah A, see Fox M 332:1438, 1496 Anggiansah R, see Fox M 332:1438, 1496 angina, prognosis prediction: Euro heart survey (CA Daly, et al) 332:262 (S) Angola, human African trypanosomiasis, diagnosis using card agglutination test (WO Inojosa, et al) 332:1479 (S) Angus B, What are the opportunities for doing an MD? I have done MRCP part 1 and want to do an MD in medicine (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:2 ankylosing spondylitis, transdiscal gas (J Lee, et al) (Minerva) 332:186 (R) Anna K, see Epstein E 332:706 Anonymous Engaging clinicians in ITone step forward, two back (Personal view) 332:127 (R), 305 (L) Prostitution shake-up: one sex workers view (Personal view) 332:245 (R) Anselmi L, see Hallal PC 332:1002 anterior cruciate ligament, bone-patellar tendon-bone v. hamstring autografts in reconstruction (DJ Biau, et al) 332:995 (S), 1153 (L) Anthony BJ, Gluteal injections in increasingly obese population 332:795 (L) antibiotics Europe, overuse targeted (R Watson) 332:686 (N) given before admission in reducing mortality from meningococcal disease: systematic review (SJM Hahn, et al) 332:1299 (S) in pandemic flu (MJM Bonten, et al) 332:248 (E), 490 (L), 669 (L) pneumonia diagnosis and management (Z Hoare, et al) (BMJ Learning) 332:1077 (P), 1213 (L), 1214 (L), 1333 (L), 1334 (L) effectiveness of discontinuation after three days v. eight days (R el Moussaoui, et al) 332:1355 (S) anticholinergic drugs, non-degenerative mild cognitive impairment and (ML Ancelin, et al) 332:452 (S) antidepressants see also depression children, suicidality risk (J Lenzer) 332:626 (N) US, black box warning (D Spurgeon) 332:68 (N) antipsychotics enhanced psychosocial care and: in severe dementia (J Fossey, et al) 332:752 (S) older drugs: obsolete? (R Ganguli, et al) 332:1346 (E), 1511 (L) US, use among young people has risen sixfold (JH Tanne) 332:1407 (N) antiretrovirals see also acquired immunodeficiency syndrome children, underdosing in UK and Irish children with HIV (EN Menson, et al) 332:1183 (S) developing countries, monitoring treatment (SP Koenig, et al) (HIV and global health) 332:602 (A) treatment of HIV infected adults (SG Deeks) 332:1489 (C) Antoniou KM, see Bouros D 332:133 Antoun J, see Saab B 332:860 Anwar I, Working in a disaster zone BMJ Careers 332:161 anxiety adolescence overview (K Poikolainen) 332:803 (E) ecstasy and symptoms of anxiety and depression in childhood (AC Huizink, et al) 332:825 (S) psychological treatment centres: case for (R Layard) (Health policy) 332:1030 (A), 1154 (L), 1155 (L) aplasia cutis, hairless atrophic scars (AM Brewster) (Minerva) 332:1460 (R) appendicectomy, ulcerative colitis and (M Frisch) 332:561 (E)

April Fool, motivational deficiency disorder (R Moynihan) 332:745 (N), 916 (L) Aquavella, James, interview with (JH Tanne) 332:1472 (N) Aquilina C, et al, Please do not resuscitate 332:608 (L) (correction, 701) Arctic, expedition diary (J Windsor) BMJ Careers 332:156 Ardal S, see Manuel DG 332:659, 1419 Arean P, see Hunkeler EM 332:259 Arendt J, Does melatonin improve sleep? 332:550 (L) Arie S, Can GPs compete with big business? 332:1172 (N), 1335 (L), 1336 (L) armed forces see also war reservist organisations: negative impact on future career? (I Palmer) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:42 Armstrong B, see Irwig L 332:678 Aronson J When I use a word. Nauseated/nauseous 332:1271 When I use a word. The very last word 332:535 Aronson JK, see Loke YK 332:335 arrhythmia, shaky moment (D Chatterjee) 332:1314 art, stainless steel sculptures (L Eaton) 332:72 (N) ARTEMIS Investigators, see Cohen AT 332:325 Arterburn D, The BBC diet trials 332:1284 (E) Artero S, see Ancelin ML 332:455 arts, teaching medicine using art and humanities (K Mohanna) BMJ Careers 332:249 Arun CS, see Woods DR 332:469 Asaad SS, see Thomas S 332:1156 Ashby D see Poustie VJ 332:632 see Saperia J 332:1453 Ashcroft JS, Switching statins 332:1512 (L) Ashworth AJ, Can general practitioners compete with big business? 332:1336 (L) Asia, tsunami, timing of mortality among internally displaced persons in Sri Lanka (N Nishikiori, et al) 332:334 (S) Askew D, see Mickan S 332:619 askmedline, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:1160 (R) Aslam S, see Sheth HG 332:1272 Asscher, Jennifer (ne Lloyd), Obituary (W Asscher) 332:1098 assisted conception see in vitro fertilisation assisted suicide see suicide, assisted associate specialists see also doctors the Hidden Heroes of the NHS (O Mashta) 332:383 (N) asthma control in adults (J Rees) 332:767 (C) Every Breath (B Ravichandran) (Theatre) 332:980 (R) mortality, long acting [00e1] agonists (P Hagan) 332:1467 (N) Atcha M, see Ghouri N 332:291 Athanasiou T, see Al-Ruzzeh S 332:1365 atherosclerosis, COX 2 inhibitors and: meta-analysis of randomised trials (PM Kearney, et al) 332:1302 (S), 1451 (L), 1452 (L) Atkin P, et al, Oral medicine BMJ Careers 332:33 Atkin WS, Impending or pending? The national bowel cancer screening programme 332:742 (E) Atkins D, New disease: motivational deficiency disorder 332:916 (L) atopic dermatitis see eczema Atorvastatin, may cause nightmares. Drug points (PJHS Gregoor) 332:950 (S) atrial fibrillation (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:370 (R) warfarin and: impact of adverse events and doctors knowledge (NK Choudhry, et al) 332:141 (S) Atroshi I, et al, Outcomes of endoscopic surgery compared with open surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome among employed patients: randomised controlled trial 332:1473 (S) Attili SK New UK policy on overseas doctors 332:1033 (L) et al, Minimal erythemal dose (MED) testing before phototherapy for psoriasis (Minerva) 332:372 attrition, randomised controlled trials, reporting (JC Dumville, et al) (Research methods) 332:969 Atun R, see Coker R 332:85 Audit Commission, Living Well in Later Life (L Eaton) 332:746 (N) Augusto I, see Inojosa WO 332:1479 Australia abortion, health minister stripped of right to veto mifepristone (C Zinn) 332:441 (N) disappearing teaspoons cohort study 332:121 (L) education, challenges of training doctors (JJ Gordon) (Medical education) 332:1505 (A) general practice, GPs named and shamed for abusing Medicare (C Zinn) 332:1411 (N) refugees, detention (M Fazel, et al) 332:251 (E) surgical training: gaining operating experience overseas (GD Stewart) BMJ Careers 332:158 work experience Alice Springs (LD Hudson) BMJ Careers 332:238 (J OShea) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:145, BMJ Careers 332:238 (KM Beckmann, et al) BMJ Careers 332:167 Northern Queensland (J Hanson) BMJ Careers 332:238 Austria, car accidents, mix-up in identities of victims (B Pancevski) 332:1410 (N) autism, Daniel Isnt Talking (Leimbach) (Books) 332:1159 (R) Autore C, see Spirito P 332:1251 Auty S Diploma in palliative medicine (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:45 (GP edition) I want to pursue a special interest in pain control and palliative care of chronic illness. What would be the best course of action? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:62 Open University professional certificate in management BMJ Careers 332:65 Avenell A, see Milne AC 332:1165 avian influenza Africa, ill equipped to fight epidemic (P Moszynski) 332:380 (N) funding global control (JA Roberts) 332:189 (E) Germany, people should keep cats indoors (K Duke) 332:568 (N) India, oseltamivir production for developing countries (G Mudur) 332:5 (N), 178 (L) industry must be responsible for vaccine (M Day) 332:443 (N) Lords recommend passive immunisation (M Day) 332:8 (N) mutation into virus transmissible between humans is very low (M Day) 332:873 (N) oseltamivir, uncertainty after 13 year old dies (J Parry) 332:5 (N), 178 (L) pandemic preparations

iatrogenic pandemic of panic (L Bonneux, et al) (Avian influenza) 332:786 (A), 913 (L), 975 (L) intensive care decisions (R Marsh) 332:790 (A) microbiologists view (TH Pennington) (Avian influenza) 332:789 (A) using lessons from the past to plan (HG Pickles) (Avian influenza) 332:783 (A), 913 (L) UK government response (D Salisbury) (Avian influenza) 332:784 (A) primary health care, dealing with uncertainty (A Harnden) 332:791 (A) Sudan (P Moszynski) 332:993 (N) Turkey child deaths (J Parry) 332:67 (N) reports more cases (J Parry) 332:136 (N) US administration announces plan (JH Tanne) 332:1113 (N) Fatal Contact (D Kamerow) (TV) 332:1220 (R) vaccine reserved for UK health workers (M Day) 332:506 (N) WHA agenda (T Richards, et al) 332:1290 (N) Avila MH, Mexico and the tobacco industry 332:548 (L) Axon, Sue, loses fight for parents right to know of abortion advice (O Dyer) 332:198 (N) Aylin P, see Bottle A 332:947 Azeez S, Junior doctors and person specifications BMJ Careers 332:113

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Baber M, Advice for doctors in financial trouble BMJ Careers 332:136 Bachmann LM, et al, Sample sizes of studies on diagnostic accuracy: literature survey 332:1127 (S) Bacon, Francis, Endpiece (A Vradi) 332:604 bacteraemia, reduction in dialysis and UK surveillance recommendations (Quality improvement report) 332:1435 (P) Bagchi S, Indian film-maker tackles hypochondriasis (Film) 332:1040 (R) Baglioni P, End of contract for Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin 332:1273 (L) Bah-Sow O, see Campbell IA 332:1194 Baic S, see Truby H 332:1309 Baigent C, see Kearney PM 332:1302 Bailey C, see Pace V 332:728 Bailis S, et al, A Surgical Temptation (Books) 332:183 (R) Baird RN, Interactive case report. 70 year old man with scrotal swelling, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and renal lesions: case outcome. Commentary: Vascular lessons 332:1200 (P) Bajaj M, A valuable lesson 332:100 Baker G, see Buscemi N 332:385 Baker M, see Kvalsvig AJ 332:1451 Baker R Developing standards, criteria, and thresholds to assess fitness to practice (Professional regulation) 332:230 (A), 424 (L) see Townley WA 332:397 Baker SG, et al, Common susceptibility genes for cancer: search for the end of the rainbow (Cancer genetics) 332:1150 (A) Bakker A, et al, Is methadone too dangerous for opiate addiction? 332:53 (L) Balakrishnan A, et al, Making radiology requests (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:17 Balakrishnan B, Writing a coroners report (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:195 Balen AH, et al, Should obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome receive treatment for infertility 332:434 (E), 609 (L) Balima-Koussoub T, see Barennes H 332:1055 Balint, Michael, important or irrelevant? (P Hutt) BMJ Careers 332:123 (GP edition) Ball, Peter Alec James, Obituary (J Ball, et al) 332:798 Ballard C, see Fossey J 332:756 Bamford KB, see George A 332:1435 Bampton PA, et al, Improving surveillance for Barretts oesophagus (Quality improvement report) 332:1320 (P), 1511 (L), 1512 (L) Banatvala J, et al, Hepatitis B immunisation in Britain: time to change? 332:804 (E), 976 (L) Bandell ML, et , Intrauterine device causes scratch marks on penis (Minerva) 332:1222 (R) Bangaru L, New UK policy on overseas doctors 332:1033 (L) Banks A, Locum Doctor Survival Guide (Books) BMJ Careers 332:186 Baqui AH, et al, Diarrhoea and malnutrition in children 332:378 (E) Barbados, work experience (E Howard) BMJ Careers 332:172 Barber K, et al, Potential for organ donation in the United Kingdom: audit of intensive care records 332:1124 (S), 1274 (L) Barber VS, see Watkinson P 332:865 Barennes H, et al, Safety and efficacy of rectal compared with intramuscular quinine for the early treatment of moderately severe malaria in children: randomised clinical trial 332:1055 (S), 1216 (L) Barford A The cause for quiet celebration 332:1095 (L) et al, Life expectancy: women now on top everywhere 332:808 (E), 976 (L), 1095 (L) Barlow, Erasmus Darwin, Obituary (GC Cook) 332:798 Barlow GD, Prognostic assessment will be important in flu pandemic 332:490 (L), 669 (L) Barnes E, see Trewby P 332:913 Barnes J, see Belsky J 332:1476 Barnes L, see Kipping RR 332:120 Baron JH Endpiece. Fashionable successions and popular rages 332:265 Endpiece. The tortures that result from high living 332:229 Barr H, see Jankowski J 332:1512 Barraclough K Catharsis (Books) 332:1458 (R) Clinical myths (Soundings) 332:1341 Eclipse (Soundings) 332:921 (R) How Doctors Think (Books) 332:979 (R) Medical intuition (Soundings) 332:497 (R), 610 (L) Barratt H, MA in bioethics (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:245 Barrett A, see Jones RB 332:942 Barrett ED, Can general practitioners compete with big business? 332:1335 (L) Barrett EJ, see Morton-Eggleston E 332:1043 Barrett G, et al, National survey of British publics views on use of identifiable medical data by the National Cancer Registry 332:1068 (R), 1274 (L)

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Barretts oesophagus, surveillance improvements (PA Bampton, et al) (Quality improvement report) 332:1320 (P), 1511 (L), 1512 (L) Barry G, et al, A History of Britains Hospitals and the Background to the Medical, Nursing and Allied Professions (Books) 332:57 (R) Barthelmes L, see Tokode M 332:610 Barton PM, see Low N 332:14 Barulis D, Psychological treatment centres 332:1155 (L) Barzi F, see Huxley R 332:73 Bastawrous A et al, Are we really helping? (The Way I See it) BMJ Careers 332:18 see Bhan KJ 332:179 Bate A, see Peacock S 332:482 Batten, Heather, OSCE actresss experiences (S Malik) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:110 Batty GD, et al, Does IQ explain socioeconomic inequalities in health? Evidence from a population based cohort study in the west of Scotland 332:577 (S) Baum M, Ramifications of screening for breast cancer 332:728 (L) Baylis O, et al, Eyelash loss indicating basal cell carcinoma (Minerva) 332:1042 Bayliss, Sir Richard, Obituary (C Richmond) 332:1157 Bayoumi A, see Bell CM 332:699 BBC diet trials overview (D Arterburn, et al) 332:1284 (E) four commercial weight loss programmes in UK (H Truby, et al) 332:1309 (S) (correction, 1418) BCG lymphadenitis, in boy (R Saxena, et al) (Minerva) 332:1520 (R) Beale, John, Obituary (M Day) 332:181 Beaumont D, see Morris J 332:1166 Bebbington P, see Killaspy H 332:815 Becker, Boris, promotes condom use (M Leidig) 332:812 (N) Beckmann KM, et al, Australia needs you BMJ Careers 332:167 bed occupancy, Why We Needs Fewer Hospital Beds (L Eaton) 332:1229 (N) Bedford H see Samad L 332:1312 see Walton S 332:269 beds overlays or mattresses in pressure sore prevention overview (L Vale) 332:1401 (E) cost effectiveness analysis (C Iglesias et al) 332:1416 (S) (correction, 333) trial (J Nixon, et al) 332:1413 (S) (correction, 333:30) beer, food buying habits: cross sectional study (D Johansen, et al) 332:519 (S) Beerstecher HJ, Boom to bust in the NHS 332:1096 (L) Beghi E, see Pohlmann-Eden B 332:339 behaviour modification, changing our behaviour (T Marteau, et al) 332:437 (E) Bekkelund SI, et al, Drug points. Gabapentin may cause reversible visual field constriction 332:1193 (S), 1511 (L) Belch J, et al, Peripheral arterial disease: still on the periphery? 332:1213 (L), 1333 (L), 1334 (L) Belgium drug advertising laws tightened (R Watson) 332:1110 (N) euthanasia, row after mercy killing (J Burgermeister) 332:382 (N) Belize, expedition: bites, blisters, and botflies (J Varley) BMJ Careers 332:148 Bell CM, et al, Bias in published cost effective studies: systematic review 332:699 (S) Bell D, et al, Improving health care through redesign 332:1286 (E) Belsky J, et al, Effects of Sure Start local programmes on children and families: early findings from a quasi-experimental, cross sectional study 332:1476 (S) benign prostatic hyperplasia, saw palmetto extract is not effective (D Spurgeon) 332:323 (N) Bennett, Rupert, Obituary (C Mitchell, et al) 332:1038 Bennett H, see Cackett PD 332:668 Bennett J, et al, Drug points. Galactorrhoea may not be associated with methadone use 332:1071 (R) Benson A, et al, ABC of wound healing. Burns 332:649 (P) (correction, 755) Bental D, see Jones RB 332:942 Bentham, Jeremy, medical intuition (K Barraclough) (Soundings) 332:497 (R), 610 (L) Bentley A, see Challen K 332:669, 1333 bereavement see also death grieving death of child (B Raphael) 332:620 (E) my worst day (AM Phillips) 332:1250 Berger A, How to Have a Good Death (TV) 332:799 (R) Berkhof J, et al, When to test women for human papillomavirus 332:237 (L) Bermejo E, et al, The incidence of gastroschisis 332:424 (L) Bernard, Jean, Obituary (C Richmond) 332:1395 Bernstam EV, see Esquivel A 332:939 Bertelli AAE, Stockpiling of raw material for oseltamivir is not justified 332:178 (L) Berti I, see Marchetti F 332:1213 Bertozzi SM, see Walker D 332:1189 Beswick, Thomas Spencer Leslie, Obituary (N Lewis-Smith) 332:1396 [00e1] blockers, cardiac risk during non-cardiac surgery, patients with diabetes (DIPOM Trial Group) 332:1482 (S) Bevan G, et al, Have targets improved performance in the English NHS? (Health policy) 332:419 (A) Bewley S, see Shennan AH 332:924 Bhan KJ, et al, Funduscopy: to dilate or not? 332:179 (L) Bhardwaj VR, et al, Lesson of the week. Recurrent diabetic ketoacidosis after changing pen devices for insulin injection 332:1259 (P) Bhat Sanjay B, see Bhat Suneel B 332:668 Bhat Suneel B, et al, Postnatal economic burden of limited karyotyping 332:668 (L) Bhattacharyya DN, see Mackenzie DG 332:1451 Bhatti SZ, see Wasti SA 332:855 bias commercial influence and content of medical journals (J Lexchin, et al) (Commercial bias in medical journals) 332:1444 (A) in published cost effectiveness studies (CM Bell, et al) 332:699 (S) Biau DJ et al, Bone-patellar tendon-bone autografts versus hamstring autografts for reconstruction of anterior cruciate ligament: meta-analysis 332:995 (S), 1153 (L) bicycle helmets do laws improve public health?

arguments against legislation are flawed (B Hagel, et al) (Public health) 332:725 (A), 852 (L) no clear evidence (DL Robinson) (Public health) 332:722 (A) (correction, 837) Bidgood R, see Heal C 332:1053 bile vomiting, intestinal obstruction in newborn: questionnaire study (GM Walker, et al) 332:1363 (S), 1510 (L) biological samples, one-time general consent for research (D Wendler) (Ethics) 332:544 (A), 665 (L) Biondi-Zoccai GGL, et al, Compliance with QUOROM and quality of reporting of overlapping meta-analyses on the role of acetylcysteine in the prevention of contrast associated nephropathy: case study 332:202 (S) bipolar affective disorder, (SG Johnston) (Patients journey) 332:30 (P) Birkhead J, et al, Impact of specialty of admitting physician and type of hospital on care and outcome for myocardial infarction in England and Wales during 2004-5: observational study 332:1306 (S) Birley H, see Davies AC 332:551 birth defects, three million children a year (J Zarocostas) 332:256 (N) birth rate, conceptions in England and Wales are falling in women under 18 but rising overall (S Mayor) 332:506 (N) Bishop MT, see Ironside JW 332:1186 Bismark MM, Compensation and complaints in New Zealand 332:1095 (L) Bismil Q, et al, Orthopaedic surgery BMJ Careers 332:229 Bisoffi Z, see Inojosa WO 332:1479 Bisset DL, The nursing professions coming of age 332:51 (L) Bjordal JM, et al, Physical treatments have valuable role in osteoarthritis 332:853 (L) Black, Carol, interview with President of Royal College of Physicians (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:236 Black, Dame C, see Johnson J 332:1403 Black C, Still striving for utopia (Visions of primary care in 2015) 332:47 (A) Black ME, Diagnosing Pinochet syndrome (Personal view) 332:185 (R) Black S, NHS financial crisis: signs of crisis or hope? 332:914 (L) Blade Runner, cystic fibrosis (S Workman) 332:695 Blair PS, et al, Dummies and SIDS 332:178 (L) Blakey J, Passing PACES (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:115 Bland JM Untreated controls are wrong when proved treatment exists 332:796 (L) see Coulton S 332:511 Blann AD, et al, Venous thromboembolism 332:215 (C), 364 (L) Blenkiron P, A mnemonic for depression 332:551 (L) blindness Black Sun (R Hurley) (Film) 332:1219 (R) charity campaigners win radio awards (P Moszynski) 332:930 (N) medical student (S Verma) 332:780 Blizard R, see Killaspy H 332:815 blogs, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:1160 (R) blood pressure see also hypertension epidemiology, decline in surveys of WHO MONICA project (H Tunstall-Pedoe, et al) 332:629 (S) national clinical guidelines on lowering in stroke: applicability to primary health care (J Mant, et al) 332:635 (S), 793 (L) sodium in soluble paracetamol and raised blood pressure (L Douglas) (Drug points) 332:1133 (S) blood transfusion, poor checks on bedside transfusion increase risks (R Short) 332:1171 (N) Blum R, see Richter ED 332:1276 Blythe J, Applying to a GP vocational training scheme (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:191 (GP edition) BMJ evolution (F Godlee) 332:1 (E) Fiona Godlee interview (P Cross) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:30 importance of free access to research articles on submission decision: authors survey (S Schroter) 332:394 (S) Middle East perspectives: call for papers (C Rehwagen, et al) 332:818 picture editor (P Cross) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:10 post-nominals: bring back (JO Drife) (Soundings) 332:1101 (R) BMJ careers, fairs in UK (S Malik) BMJ Careers 332:232 bmjlearning.com discussion forums (K Walsh) 332:652 reusable learning objects (K Walsh) 332:1193 bmjupdates Cardiac rehabilitation can be cost effective after a heart attack or an episode of unstable angina 332 (21 January 2006) Cone biopsy shortens the cervix and is associated with preterm birth in later pregnancies 332 (25 March 2006) Delayed clamping of the umbilical cord does no harm and reduces anaemia in newborns 332 (13 May 2006) Diclofenac gel provides modest pain relief for people with osteoarthritis in one knee 332 (11 February 2006) Giving up smoking is easier for patients with access to telephone counselling 332 (29 April 2006) If treated, babies with moderately severe hyperbilirubinaemia develop normally 332 (17 June 2006) Intensive treatment and support helps patients with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes 332 (4 February 2006) Its harder to eradicate Helicobacter pylori in smokers 332 (10 June 2006) Light therapy and fluoxetine both work in seasonal affective disorder 332 (3 June 2006) Many people report pain for a long time after a stroke 332 (27 May 2006) More evidence that hormone replacement therapy causes incontinence in postmenopausal women 332 (18 February 2006) Most patients with sciatica get no worthwhile relief from epidural steroids 332 (28 January 2006) Neither paracetamol nor ibuprofen protects children against local reactions to the DTaP vaccine 332 (1 April 2006) New drug for gout shows early promise 332 (7 January 2006) Pale sulphonated shale oil reduces the size of venous ulcers 332 (11 March 2006) Perineal massage in the weeks leading up to delivery helps some women avoid episiotomy 332 (18 March 2006) Reduced consumption of sugary drinks helps the heaviest teenagers to lose weight 332 (22 April 2006) A self help guidebook on irritable bowel syndrome reduces primary care consultations 332 (24 June 2006) Serotonin selective reuptake inhibitors are associated with increased risk of suicide in older people 332 (20 May 2006)

Smoking in late pregnancy reduces birth weight 332 (25 February 2006) Statins rarely cause serious side effects 332 (6 May 2006) Three days of antibiotics is enough for uncomplicated cystitis 332 (4 March 2006) Vitamin D plus calcium prevents falls in older women but not older men 332 (15 April 2006) Weight of evidence favours ketamine for children having fracture reduction 332 (8 April 2006) Boden JM, see Fergusson DM 332:172 body weight, family style mealtimes and: in nursing home residents (KAND Nijs, et al) 332:1180 (S), 1334 (L) Boersma R, see Buijs J 332:841 Bogen B, see Bjordal JM 332:853 Bogle RG, see Moon JC 332:1344 Bognolo G, see Venuta F 332:375 Bond A, et al, Interactive case report. An alcoholic patient who continues to drink: Case outcome. Commentary: Patients experience 332:277 (P) Bond ME, Research governance is important 332:365 (L) bone marrow transplantation, Switzerland, saviour sibling (B Pancevski) 332:1352 (N) bone-patellar tendon-bone autografts, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: comparison with hamstring autografts (DJ Biau, et al) 332:995 (S), 1153 (L) Boniface DR, see Wardle J 332:1130 Bonnell C, see Oakley A 332:413 Bonner J A prize winning clinical tutor (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:120 Simulating work BMJ Careers 332:48 Troubled times ahead for IMGs BMJ Careers 332:123, BMJ Careers 332:238 Bonneux L, et al, Preparing for the pandemic. An iatrogenic pandemic of panic (Avian influenza) 332:786 (A), 913 (L), 975 (L) Bonnyman, Sheena Dutton, Obituary (J Simpson) 332:1396 Bonten MJM et al, Antibiotics in pandemic flu 332:248 (E), 490 (L) see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 Booker R, A memorable patient. Heartbroken, not heartsink 332:894 Boomla K, see Hull SA 332:62 Boon NA, see Henriksen PA 332:644 Booth C, see Tully J 332:445 Booy R, see Tully J 332:445 Bore M, see Powis DA 332:1156 Borges M, see Costa J 332:1115 Bossuyt PMM et al, Comparative accuracy: assessing new tests against existing diagnostic pathways (Diagnosis) 332:1089 (A) (correction, 1368) see Bachmann LM 332:1127 see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 see Franssen MTM 332:759 see Irwig L 332:1148 see Moll E 332:1485 botanical specimens see plants, medicinal Botting J Diploma in advanced trauma life support (ATLS) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:235 Pulling a diploma out of the bag BMJ Careers 332:6 (GP edition) Bottle A, et al, Mortality associated with delay in operation after hip fracture: observational study 332:947 (S), 1093 (L) Bourke JB, Rugby union should ban contested scrums (Personal view) 332:1281 (R), 1391 (L) Bouros D, et al, Intrapleural streptokinase for pleural infection 332:133 (E), 552 (L) bowel cancers see gastrointestinal cancers Boxall EH see Lee C 332:328 see Lewis H 332:1509 Boyce DE et al, ABC of wound healing. Reconstructive surgery 332:710 (P) see Benson A 332:649 Boyd R, et al, Best research 332:491 (L) Boyle, Michael James, Obituary (JF Boyle) 332:612 Boynton P et al, Sex workers to pay the price 332:190 (E), 362 (L) see Greenhalgh T 332:762 boys, The Dangerous Book for Boys (T Greenhalgh) (Soundings) 332:1519 (R) Brack G, Spains high rate of organ donation may hinge on local use 332:1274 (L) Bradbeer C, see Collins L 332:66 Bradford NHS Trust, Panorama (N Bundred) (TV) 332:858 (R) Brady AJB, Pulmonary embolism in hospital practice 332:304 (L) Braendli O, see Puhan MA 332:266 brain drain Africa, UK policy is ineffective (Z Kmietowicz) 332:9 (N) WHO report on additional health professionals (Z Kmietowicz) 332:809 (N) brain injuries, traumatic, long term outcome 332:118 (L) Bramwell, Ewen Crighton, Obituary (DJD Farrow) 332:857 Braunholtz D, see Lilford R 332:542 Braunwald E, see Tonelli M 332:1426 Bray C, see Kettlewell S 332:1423 Brazil, health services, 21st century temptations v. 20th century resources (MB Ferraz) (Personal view) 332:861 (R) breast cancers see also trastuzumab aromatase inhibitors for early cancer: NICE (S Mayor) 332:1292 (N) Bradford NHS Trust: Panorama (N Bundred) (TV) 332:858 (R) childrens perceptions of mothers cancer and its initial treatment (G Forrest, et al) 332:998 (S) coffee and, in women with BRCA mutations (B KermodeScott) 332:70 (N) diagnosis, over-diagnosis rate after end of Malm mammographic screening trial (S Zackrisson, et al) 332:689 (S), 727 (L), 728 (L) incidence, increase in contaminated areas after Chernobyl (R Dobson, et al) 332:567 (N) internet, accuracy and self correction of information received (A Esquivel, et al) 332:939 (S), 1095 (L) medical treatment of early breast cancer adjuvant treatment: ABC of breast diseases (IE Smith, et al) 332:34 (P) neoadjuvant treatment: ABC of breast diseases (IE Smith, et al) 332:223 (P) screening overview (JM Dixon, et al) 332:499 (E), 728 (L)

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evaluating new tests (L Irwig, et al) 332:678 (E) breast diseases ABC of breast diseases Medical treatment of early breast cancer. I: adjuvant treatment (IE Smith, et al) 332:34 (P) Medical treatment of early breast cancer. II: endocrine therapy (IE Smith, et al) 332:101 (P) Medical treatment of early breast cancer. III: chemotherapy (IE Smith, et al) 332:161 (P) Medical treatment of early breast cancer. IV: neoadjuvant treatment (IE Smith, et al) 332:223 (P) breast feeding see also infant milk formulas combining SpR training BMJ Careers 332:238 low allergen diet (bmjupdates) 332 (14 January 2006) breast surgery career advice (R Bright-Thomas) BMJ Careers 332:23 training through general surgical route (A Jain) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:102, BMJ Careers 332:228 (general practice) Brennan S, How to pass the MRCS BMJ Careers 332:85 Bresser P, see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 Brettingham M Barts and the London redevelopment to go ahead 332:626 (N) Department of Health ends contract with drugs bulletin 332:1109 (N), 1273 (L) Doctor sues for unfair dismissal claiming Roche feared she would blow the whistle 332:441 (N) Doctors faith in the GMC falls, while that of the public rises 332:1232 (N) Network is set up to champion independent sector treatment centres 332:442 (N) Roche denies claims it sacked employee for whistle blowing 332:1175 (N) Royal college is forced to retreat on star rating system for GP clinics 332:1410 (N) UK trainee doctors spurn obstetrics and gynaecology 332:323 (N) Brewer, Colin, guilty of irresponsible prescribing to addicts (O Dyer) 332:747 (N) Brewster AM, Congenital aplasia cutis scars (Minerva) 332:1460 (R) Briffa E, see Johnson J 332:1403 Briggs TW, see Al-Hakim WI 332:1227 Bright J, see Challen K 332:669, 1333 Bright-Thomas R, Keeping abreast of change BMJ Careers 332:23 Briscoe C, Living with an anomaly 332:1141 Bristol N Bush proposes cutting Medicare budget by $36bn 332:379 (N) Overtaxed US emergency care system needs reorganisation 332:1468 (N) US Congress scrutinises hospitals owned by doctors after patients death 332:442 (N) US lags in health care despite largest investment, survey shows 332:869 (N) British American Tobacco air filtration scheme (NR Leavell, et al) (Public health) 332:227 (A) erosion of health legislation in Uzbekistan (AB Gilmore, et al) (Public health) 332:355, 491 (L) British Medical Association Child and Adolescent Mental Health (L Hitchen) 332:1471 (N) Healthcare Associated Infections (M Day) 332:442 (N) the Hidden Heroes of the NHS (O Mashta) 332:383 (N) international medical graduates, new visa requirements criticised (Z Kmietowicz) 332:930 (N) junior doctors, unemployment claim is rejected (C White) 332:1471 (N) (correction, 333:299) Northern Ireland Council elections 332:886 (opposite) Referral Management (R Coombes) 332:504 (N) Reporting Adverse Drug Reactions (L Hitchen) 332:1109 (N), 1273 (L) Britten N, see Hamilton W 332:1225 Britton A, How much and how often should we drink? 332:1224 (E), 1392 (L) Britton J, see Srivastava P 332:1324 Brnnum-Hansen H, see Rytter MJH 332:1122 Brocklehurst P, see Trinder J 332:1235 Brodersen NH, see Wardle J 332:1130 Brogden PR, et al, Good quality monitoring is crucial for informed choice 332:118 (L) Brok J, see Lee C 332:328 Brook MG, see Cassell JA 332:332 Brooks AJ, see Tai NRM 332:805 Brouwer IA, see Geleijnse JM 332:915 Brouwers JRBJ, see Vonkeman HE 332:895 Brown, Raymond, interview (RS Thampy, et al) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:90 Brown AC, see Lewis GH 332:362 Brown D, Johns Hopkins scales down its deal with cosmetics firm after criticism 332:929 (N) Brown E, Access to emergency care in Palestinian West Bank 332:1275 (L) Brown H, Netlines 332:58 (R), 370 (R), 673 (R), 1160 (R), 1340 (R) Brown M, see Simm EA 332:669 Brown MJ, Hypertension and ethnic group 332:833 (P) (correction, 1138), 974 (L) Brown P Letter to God (Personal view) 332:1341 (R), 1454 (L) NHS: The Musical (Theatre) 332:1279 Brown S et al, Atopic and non-atopic eczema 332:584 (C) et al, Combining specialist registrar training with early parenthood (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:183 et al, Combining specialist registrar training with pregnancy (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:203 Browne K et al, Overuse of institutional care for children in Europe (Child health) 332:485 (A) see Tuite H 332:548 Browning S, see Heal C 332:1053 Brunner E Oily fish and omega 3 fat supplements 332:739 (E) see Chandola T 332:521 Bryan R, see Harris M 332:837 Bryans M, see Downs M 332:692 Bryce-Smith, Roger, Obituary (M Day) 332:1277 Buchanan, Watson, Obituary (G Nuki) 332:1217 Buettner P, see Heal C 332:1053 Buijs J, et al, Do it yourself thermotherapy 332:841 Bull, David, interview (S Naheed) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:50 (GP edition) Bull J, see Bampton PA 332:1320

bullying, UK trusts (Z Kmietowicz) 332:138 (N) Bltmann U, see Lund T 332:449 Bundred N, Panorama. The Hospital That Failed Women (TV) 332:858 (R) buprenorphine, for opiate addiction 332:53 (L) Burge J, A cautionary tale 332:1260 Burgermeister J Doctor reignites euthanasia row in Belgium after mercy killing 332:382 (N) Generic medicines could rescue EU governments spending 332:992 (N) Burges, Denys Charles LEstrange, Obituary (R Green) 332:1396 Burgess, Edward (Terry), Obituary (J Burgess) 332:917 Burgner D, et al, Pulmonary tuberculosis 332:1392 (L) Burke FD, see Dias R BMJ Careers 332:252 Burke J, et al, Students validate problem based learning 332:365 (L) Burkina Faso, malaria, quinine treatment in children (H Barennes, et al) 332:1055 (S), 1216 (L) Burnett S I qualified in 1999 and went straight into a vocational training scheme after my house officer year. I have worked as a salaried or locum GP since, doing occasional sessions as a clinical assistant in an accident and emergency department. I would like to pursue a career in ophthalmology and am looking for a senior house officer (SHO) post in this field. Based on my years since qualifying, I am equivalent to a year six SHO. What level of the pay scale I will slot into for basic pay? Am I entitled to SHO level six? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:122 Im thinking of getting out of medicine altogether after feeling thoroughly disappointed with the new foundation schemes. Is there a list of companies that will consider employing medical graduates or doctors? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:102 What is my entitlement to paternity leave during a one year GP registrar post; is it paid leave, and should it be counted as sick leave? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:142 Burnham R, see Payne-James JJ BMJ Careers 332:25 burnout, professional, general practice, variety is spice of GPs life (T Feltbower) BMJ Careers 332:212 (GP edition) burns ABC of wound healing (A Benson, et al) 332:649 (P) (correction, 755) Changing Faces: from burns unit to boardroom (J Partridge) (Patients journey) 332:956 (P) temoporfin photosensitising agent (S Davis, et al) (Minerva) 332:736 Burns A, see Purandare N 332:1119 Burns-Cox CJ, et al, Guantanamo: a call for action 332:855 (L) Burrows M, see Boyd R 332:491 Burton JH, Tobacco: are we all to blame? 332:491 (L) Burzotta F, see Biondi-Zoccai GGL 332:202 Buscemi N, et al, Efficacy and safety of exogenous melatonin for secondary sleep disorders and sleep disorders accompanying sleep restriction: meta-analysis 332:385 (S), 550 (L) business cases, tips (D Allen, et al) BMJ Careers 332:192 Bustami M, see Al-Ruzzeh S 332:1365 Butler N, see Samad L 332:1312 Butler PEM, see Parikh AR BMJ Careers 332:246 Byberg L, see Sundstrm J 332:878 Byrne A, et al, Is methadone too dangerous for opiate addiction? 332:53 (L) Byrne D, see Kettlewell S 332:1423 Byrne P, Grieving the death of a child 332:794 (L)

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Caan W How should we rate research? 332:1215 (L) Preterm delivery in primiparous women at low risk 332:1094 (L) Stress and illness: call to action 332:667 (L) Cackett PD Funduscopy: to dilate or not? 332:179 (L) et al, Diagnosis and treatment of multiple sclerosis 332:668 (L) Cainelli F, see Vento S 332:374 calciphylaxis, (A Swamy, et al) (Minerva) 332:982 CALICO Trial Collaborative Group, see Poustie VJ 332:632 Calkins DR, see McCannon CJ 332:1328 Camaroni I, see Hahn SJM 332:1299 Camelford, Cornwall, womans death linked to poisoned water supply (KM McIntosh) 332:992 (N) Cameron J, see Cackett PD 332:668 Cameron M Rugby union should ban contested scrums 332:1391 (L) see Kumar S BMJ Careers 332:36 Camfield C, see Pohlmann-Eden B 332:339 Camfield P, see Pohlmann-Eden B 332:339 Camidge R, et al, Cancer therapeutics: medical oncology with clinical pharmacology BMJ Careers 332:43 Campbell IA, et al, Pulmonary tuberculosis: diagnosis and treatment 332:1194 (C), 1334 (L), 1392 (L) Campbell K, Postscripts to letter to God 332:1454 (L) Campbell M, see Heal C 332:1053 Campbell NC, Interactive case report. A 28 year old postpartum woman with right sided chest discomfort: case outcome. Commentary: Diagnosing chest pain in general practice 332:646 (P) Canada drug industry, direct to consumer advertising (A Cassels) 332:1469 (N) heart diseases, tests increase, but incidence is unchanged (JH Tanne) 332:257 (N) international medical graduates: certification (C Abbott) BMJ Careers 332:160 pictures from past (F Charatan) 332:1133 public health, reforms may end monopoly (D Spurgeon) 332:569 (N) Quebec, more private care in health system (D Spurgeon) 332:507 (N) substance abuse, impact of medically supervised safer injection facility on community drug use patterns: before and after study (T Kerr, et al) 332:220 (P) Canadian Medical Association, criticism for sacking editors (D Spurgeon) 332:503 (N) cancer health services The NHS Cancer Plan, networks failing to improve services (S Mayor) 332:193 (N) Tackling Cancer (S Mayor) 332:139 (N)

Cancer Research UK, charity is to borrow candidate drugs shelved by companies (S Mayor) 332:1112 (N) (correction, 1368) cancers see also oncology common susceptibility genes: search for end of rainbow (Cancer genetics) 332:1150 (A) factors influencing death at home in terminally ill patients with cancer: systematic review (B Gomes, et al) 332:515 (S) (correction, 1012), 668 (L) internet, different forms of information and patients information use, social support, and anxiety (RB Jones, et al) 332:942 (S) medical oncology with clinical pharmacology, career advice (R Camidge, et al) BMJ Careers 332:43 national survey of British publics views on use of identifiable medical data by National Cancer Registry (G Barrett, et al) 332:1068 (R) omega 3 fatty acids and: risks and benefits (L Hooper, et al) 332:752 (S), 915 (L) personality and (T Strmer, et al) 332:1359 (S) prevention, oncolytic viruses (Y Chernajovsky) (Controversy) 332:170 (A) US, mortality falls for first time (J Lenzer) 332:444 (N) vitamin D, lower risk of cancer (D Spurgeon) 332:70 (N) cannabis see also drug abuse Netherlands, hard drugs adoption and (T Sheldon) 332:197 (N) psychosis and (DM Fergusson, et al) (Drugs) 332:172 (A), 303 (L) Cannon, Bradford, Obituary (C Richmond) 332:611 Capps D, see Gray J BMJ Careers 332:184 Capps NE, see Hooper L 332:752 capsule endoscopy, from tertiary centres to primary care (R Sidhu, et al) 332:528 (P) car accidents see accidents, traffic Car J, Urinary tract infections in women: diagnosis and management in primary care (BMJ Learning) 332:94 (P) Carapetis JR, The Cutter Incident (Books) 332:733 (R) carbon dioxide, spellbound by CO2 (F Crummy, et al) 332:961 carbon rationing, doctors involvement (I Roberts) (Personal view) 332:497 (R) cardiac rehabilitation, cost effective after heart attack or unstable angina (bmjupdates) 332 (21 January 2006) cardiac surgery Netherlands, data published (T Sheldon) 332:1049 (N) UK survival rates on website (S Mayor) 332:1049 (N) cardiomyopathy, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy management (P Spirito, et al) 332:1251 (C) cardiopulmonary resuscitation, continuing care settings: time for a rethink? (SP Conroy, et al) (Controversy) 332:479 (A), 608 (L) (correction, 701), 609 (L) cardiothoracic surgery, new training for thoracic surgery (D West, et al) BMJ Careers 332:6 cardiovascular diseases see also coronary disease; myocardial infarction mortality, predictive value of metabolic syndrome (J Sundstrm, et al) 332:878 (S), 1036 (L) non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs related risk of vascular events (HE Vonkerman, et al) (Practice pointer) 332:895 (P) obesity, in middle age (S Mayor) 332:71 (N) omega 3 fatty acids and: risks and benefits (L Hooper, et al) 332:752 (S), 915 (L) personality and (T Strmer, et al) 332:1359 (S) type 2 diabetes and lipid lowering overview: where are we? (JPD Reckless) 332:1103 (E) meta-analysis (J Costa, et al) 332:1115 (S) cardioversion, do-it-yourself (C McGavin) 332:50 career break second pregnancy for flexible paediatric specialist registrar and implications for progression to CCST (A Hastie) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:248 in Tokyo (G Patel) BMJ Careers 332:143, BMJ Careers 332:238 career choice, hospital specialties (S Heard) BMJ Careers 332:221 career development merits of convoluted path (H Nitch-Smith) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:135, BMJ Careers 332:178 midlife crisis or life begins at 40? (S Dawson) BMJ Careers 332:202 non-medical jobs: companies that employ medical graduates or doctors? (S Burnett) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:102 online toolkit (F Taylor, et al) BMJ Careers 332:85 (GP edition) review part 1: first aid (A Houghton) BMJ Careers 332:88 review part 2: what does work bring you in life? (A Houghton) BMJ Careers 332:108 review part 3: importance of research (A Houghton) BMJ Careers 332:126 career mobility, consultants, promotion to hospital consultant: regression analysis (K Mavromaras, et al) 332:148 (S) Carlsen NLT, see Fisker N 332:343 Carneiro AV, see Costa J 332:1115 carpal tunnel syndrome diagnosis and treatment (B Graham) 332:1463 (E) endoscopic surgery v. open surgery: outcomes (I Atroshi, et al) 332:1473 (S) Carr J, see Crampton P 332:1314 Carr P, see Trewby P 332:913 Carr PL, et al, Increasing the number of medical students from under-represented minorities 332:740 (E) Carrie, Marie (ne Renwick), Obituary (DR Carrie, et al) 332:612 Carter S Arctic art (Art) 332:1398 (R) Big thrusters (The Press) 332:800 (R) Carver E, see Jenkinson L BMJ Careers 332:66 Cascarini L, Endpiece. Pain 332:1132 Cascio CL, see Puhan MA 332:266 Caso-Gonzlez LA, see Tapia-Conyer R 332:548 Cassell JA et al, Trends in sexually transmitted infections in general practice 1990-2000: population based study using data from the UK general practice research database 332:332 (S), 551 (L) see Barrett G 332:1068 Cassell MM, et al, Risk compensation: the Achilles heel of innovations in HIV prevention? (HIV and risk behaviour) 332:605 (A) Cassels A, Canada may be forced to allow direct to consumer advertising 332:1469 (N) Castilla EE, see Mastroiacova P 332:423 Castle PE, see Schiffman M 332:61 castration, The unkindest Cut (C Martin) (Art) 332:980 (R) Cates CJ, Dummies and SIDS 332:178 (L) Cattermole GN, How Islam changed medicine 332:120 (L) Catto, Graham, interview with (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:196

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Catto, William Dawson, Obituary (G Catto) 332:978 Cawsey AJ, see Jones RB 332:942 cerebral embolism Alzheimers disease and overview (M Kivipelto, et al) 332:1104 (E) case-controlled study 332:1119 (S) cerebral palsy hip dislocation in (T Pountney, et al) (Practice pointer) 332:772 (P) perinatal exposure to neurotropic viruses overview (E Alberman, et al) 332:63 (E) population based case-control study (CS Gibson, et al) 332:76 (S) cervical cancers, US, vaccines provoke controversy (JH Tanne) 332:814 (N) (correction, 1138) Chakraborti A, New antipsychotic agents are much awaited 332:1511 (L) Chakraborty A, The nursing professions coming of age 332:51 (L) Chakravarty D, et al, Osteogenesis imperfecta (Minerva) 332:802 (R) Challen K et al, More on pneumonia 332:1333 (L) et al, Physiological-social scoring is important in pandemic flu 332:669 (L) Chambers JC Please do not resuscitate 332:608 (L) Prophylactic heparin in palliative care 332:729 (L) Chan A-W, et al, Waiving confidentiality for the greater good (Research protocols) 332:1086 (A) Chan CC, Textbook of pharmaceutical Medicine warns of trial risks 332:1035 (L) Chandola T, et al, Chronic stress at work and the metabolic syndrome: prospective study 332:521 (R), 667 (L), 1153 (L) Chandra, Ranjit, The Secret Life of Dr Chandra (T Hamblin) (TV) 332:369 (R) Chang AB, et al, Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials of gastro-oesophageal reflux interventions for chronic cough associated with gastrooesophageal reflux 332:11 (S) change, coping with. Endpiece (S Johnson) 332:40 Changing Faces, from burns unit to boardroom (J Partridge) (Patients journey) 332:956 (P) Chapman C Italy introduces baby boxes to save the lives of abandoned newborn babies 332:322 (N) Neighbours complain of Dignitas bodies in lift 332:1292 (N) Swiss hospital lets terminally ill patients commit suicide in its beds 332:7 (N) Chapman P, see Wood A BMJ Careers 332:251 Chapuis F, see Chan A-W 332:1086 Charatan F CDC recommends new tuberculosis blood test 332:9 (N) Doctors told to shun rewards from industry as size of payments becomes clear 332:255 (N) FDA committee votes for warning labels on stimulant drugs 332:380 (N) FDA shuts down human tissue company 332:507 (N) Massachusetts is to provide health care for 99% of population 332:869 (N) Pictures from the past 332:1133 US Supreme Court upholds Oregons Death with Dignity Act 332:195 (N) Using Terri (Books) 332:309 (R) charities, make a difference (F McBain) BMJ Careers 332:76 Charles-Jones, John Edward Dann, Obituary (D Campbell) 332:1456 Charlesworth B, Approval of inhaled insulin in Europe and United States 332:730 (L) Charlett A, see Hahn SJM 332:1299 Charlton BG, et al, How should we rate research? 332:1214 (L) Charlton R I am a newly qualified nurse and have just finished the advanced diploma in nursing. I would like to know if I could apply for medicine for 2007-8, which means I will be working for 18 months as a nurse. I have 16 credits in a health and science access course to higher education, and a certificate in counselling skills as well as the diploma. I also have a high school certificate in science from my home country. Do you think I have enough academic preparation considering I have six years experience in caring for patients in various clinical settings? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:188 I will be completing my first year general practice vocational training scheme (GPVTS) in August 2006. Would I be able to get an interdeanery transfer from Scotland to England because my husband works in England; I live with my two children in Scotland and it is very difficult to stay without him. Could you advise me who to contact about this? I do not mind completing the hospital posts in Scotland and then doing a GP registrar post in England (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:248 Charpentier J-C, see Barennes H 332:1055 Chatterjee D, A shaky moment 332:1314 Chaudhuri A, Lessons for clinical trials from natalizumab in multiple sclerosis (Drugs) 332:416 (A) Chauhan S, see Dewan PK 332:574 chemicals, Sense About Science campaign for journalists (N Marks) (The Press) 332:242 (R) Chen TH-H, see Hsieh LL-C 332:696 Cherian S, see Burgner D 332:1392 Chernajovsky Y, et al, Fighting cancer with oncolytic viruses (Controversy) 332:170 (A) Chernobyl disaster, breast cancer increase (R Dobson, et al) 332:567 (N) Cherny N, see Fallon M 332:1022 Chervenak FA, et al, Conscientious objection in medicine 332:425 (L) chest pain 28 year old postpartum woman with right sided chest discomfort: Interactive case report case presentation (G Dwivedi, et al) 332:406 (P) case progression (G Dwivedi, et al) 332:471 (P) case outcome (G Dwivedi, et al) 332:643 (P) contents 332:531 Chevalier P, see van Driel ML 332:1272 Chien K-L, see Hsieh LL-C 332:696 Chiganze A, see Davies AC 332:551 child abuse guidance does not require mandatory reporting of underage sex (S Mayor) 332:872 (N) Safeguarding Children course (R Coombes) 332:140 (N) child care Europe, institutional care: overuse (K Browne, et al) (Child health) 332:485 (A)

NHS (J Sladden) BMJ Careers 332:37 (GP edition) child development, personal child health records: millennium cohort study findings (S Walton, et al) 332:269 (R) child psychiatry, training for paediatric specialist registrars (J Lewis, et al) BMJ Careers 332:179 child welfare Africa, child workers (P Moszynski) 332:1112 (N) Sure Start local programmes: effect on children and families (J Belsky, et al) 332:1476 (S) Chima SC, Regulation of biomedical research in Africa (Global medicine) 332:848 (A) China, transplantation, rules do not go far enough (J Parry) 332:810 (N) Chinese medicine education, post-graduate courses for UK medical practitioners as part of VTS scheme (C Lewis) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:42 severe hepatic injury and adulterated Chinese medicines 332:304 (L) Chinthapalli K, One of the authors of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:70 Chitty LS, et al, Fetal nuchal translucency scan and early prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities by rapid aneuploidy screening: observational study 332:452 (S), 668 (L) chlamydia management in primary care 332:551 (L) partner notification in primary care: analysis of resource use (N Low, et al) 332:14 (S) Chlamydia Screening Studies (ClaSS) Project Group, see Low N 332:14 cholesterol, should we lower as much as possible? (U Ravnskov, et al) (Controversy) 332:1330 (A), 1452 (L) Cholesterol and Recurrent Events (CARE) Trial Investigators, see Tonelli M 332:1426 Chong K-y, et al, Maxillary sinus lining prolapse after tooth extraction (Minerva) 332:1342 (R) Chopra N, see Greenhalgh T 332:762 Choudhary RK Endpiece. Computers 332:908 Endpiece. Computers and compassion 332:1192 Endpiece. Einstein on truth 332:698 Choudhry NK, et al, Impact of adverse events on prescribing warfarin in patients with atrial fibrillation: matched pair analysis 332:141 (S) Christensen KB, see Lund T 332:449 Christensen PB, see Fisker N 332:343 Christian Aid, The Climate of Poverty (L Eaton) 332:1170 (N) Christie B Charities laud Scotlands free personal care for elderly people 332:322 (N) New consultants contract sees pay bill rise by 38% in Scotland 332:568 (N) Published death rates may distort work of Scottish surgical heroes 332:324 (N) Scotlands free personal care for elderly people runs into trouble 332:1470 (N) Waiting times fall in Scotland, but watchdog urges caution 332:383 (N) Christofides NJ, et al, Womens experiences of, and preferences for, services after rape in South Africa: interview study 332:209 (S) chromosome analysis, reproductive outcome in couples with two or more miscarriages (MTM Franssen, et al) 332:759 (S) (correction, 1012) chronic disease depression, should be managed as chronic disease (J Scott) 332:985 (E), 1154 (L) health secretary urges better management (L Eaton) 332:688 (N) Meeting the Challenge of Chronic Illness (Kane, et al) (Books) 332:1159 (R) chronic kidney disease see kidney failure, chronic chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ABC of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Definition, epidemiology, and risk factors (G Devereux) 332:1142 (P) Diagnosis (GP Currie, et al) 332:1261 (P) Non-pharmacological management (GP Currie, et al) 332:1379 (P) Pathology, pathogenesis, and pathophysiology (W MacNee) 332:1202 (P) Pharmacological managementinhaled treatment (GP Currie, et al) 332:1439 (P) Pharmacological managementoral treatment (GP Currie, et al) 332:1497 (P) Smoking cessation (P Srivastava, et al) 332:1324 (P) chronic pelvic pain, factors predisposing women: systematic review (P Latthe, et al) 332:699 (S) Chua S, see Smith IE 332:34, 101, 161, 223 Churchill D Turning round NHS deficits 332:363 (L) see Williams D 332:99 Cialis, erectile dysfunction treatment (CN McMahon, et al) (Practice pointer) 332:589 (P) cinema, tobacco industry gifts (R Dobson) 332:440 (N) circumcision A Surgical Temptation: The Demonisation of the Foreskin and the Rise of Circumcision in Britain (Darby) (Books) 332:183 (R) ultra-Orthodox Jews criticised over suction practice (JH Tanne) 332:137 (N) citation analysis, origin and funding of most frequently cited papers in medicine (NA Patsopoulos, et al) 332:1061 (S) Clarfield AM, An unexpected response 332:103 CLARICOR Trial Group, Randomised placebo controlled multicentre trial to assess short term clarithromycin for patients with stable coronary heart disease: CLARICOR trial 332:22 (S) (correction, 151) clarinet, lip hypersensitivity (A Duke, et al) (Minerva) 332:558 (R) clarithromycin, patients with stable coronary heart disease (CLARICOR Trial Group) 332:22 (S) Clark, David Mike Shooter on his mentor (M Cooney) BMJ Careers 332:206 Obituary (E Ross) 332:492 Clark H I am an A level student wanting a career in medical research. Would a degree in medicine or one in an academic discipline, such as physiology, be more useful? If I were to opt for medicine, would it be a problem that I have little intention of becoming a doctor and therefore little evidence that I am interested in the field? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:52 What is the next step for current F2 trainees with interest in general medicine? Application process is not very clear to us.

Where should we be looking for job advertisements apart from BMJ Careers? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:228 (GP edition) Clark M, The French connection: how I found orthopaedic surgery on the internet (Personal view) 332:1101 (R) Clarke, Stewart William, Obituary (S Spiro) 332:1158 Clarke M, Does amblyopia affect educational, health, and social outcomes? Findings from 1958 British birth cohort. Commentary: Does amblyopia matter? 332:824 (S) Clarke R, Postgraduate trainers: the new lost tribe (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:55 Cleare AJ, see Rubin GJ 332:886 Clearkin LG, see Durnian JM 332:1511 Cliff JL, New disease: motivational deficiency disorder 332:916 (L) climate change see also global warming healthy response (R Stott) (Contraction and convergence) 332:1385 (A), 1509 (L) How We Can Save the Planet (Hillman, et al) (Books) 332:1398 (R) The Ship: exhibition (S Carter) (Art) 332:1398 (R) what health services could do (A Coote) 332:1343 (E) Clinch PJ, Do enforced bicycle helmet laws improve public health? 332:852 (L) clinical attachments, applications (S Mahboob) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:12 clinical judgment, How Doctors Think: Clinical Judgment and the Practice of Medicine (Montgomery) (Books) 332:979 (R) clinical trials see also randomised controlled trials; research drug testing rules after debacle in England (A Tuffs) 332:746 (N) Drug Trialsthe Dark Side: This World (I Iheanacho) (TV) 332:1039 (R), 1155 (L) EU directive, harmful impact (A Hemminki, et al) 332:501 (E), 666 (L) international standard for disclosure of trial information (F Godlee) 332:1107 (E) (correction, 1418) my guinea pig life (K Mandeville) (Personal view) 332:735 (R) Northwick Park TGN1412 trial overview (M Goodyear) 332:677 (E) agency criticisms (M Day) 332:1290 (N) men continue to improve (S Mayor) 332:746 (N), 812 (N) summary (S Mayor) 332:683 (N) inquiry blames drug not design (S Mayor) 332:870 (N) payment has strings attached (O Dyer) 332:990 (N) placebos in psychiatry trials (G Mudur) 332:566 (N), 796 (L) Public Library of Science open access journal (S Mayor) 332:1174 (N) scrutiny for industry funded trials 332:177 (L), 489 (L) summary of results: qualitative study of participants views (M Dixon-Woods, et al) 332:206 (S), 549 (L) US, scientists urge overhaul to restore confidence (M Day) 332:991 (N) WHO calls for registration (R Watson) 332:1232 (N) Clostridium difficile, management in NHS trusts 332:238 (L) clothing, dressing for success (A Doshani) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:226 Clutterbuck EJ, see George A 332:1435 Clutton C, see Whiteman DC 332:1274 CMAJ authors threaten withholding articles (D Spurgeon) 332:812 (N) Canadian Medical Association: criticism for sacking editors (D Spurgeon) 332:503 (N) editorial board members vent anger at lack of openness (D Spurgeon) 332:624 (N) John Hoey (D Spurgeon) 332:1175 (N) Lamer quits as chairman of governance panel (D Spurgeon) 332:1114 (N) most of editorial board resigns (D Spurgeon) 332:687 (N), 854 (L) owner fails to guarantee editorial independence (D Spurgeon) 332:565 (N) Coales, Una, Turn Back Your Body Clock (G Easton) (TV) 332:1457 (R) Coceani M, et al, Is amiodarone safe in heart failure? 332:317 (E) Coebergh JWW, et al, One-time general consent for research on biological samples 332:665 (L) coeliac disease, detection of secretory IgA antibodies against gliadin and human tissue transglutaminase in stool to screening in children (M Kappler, et al) 332:213 (S) Coen PG, see Tully J 332:445 coffee, breast cancers and, in women with BRCA mutations (B Kermode-Scott) 332:70 (N) cognition, non-degenerative mild cognitive impairment and anticholinergic drugs in elderly (ML Ancelin, et al) 332:452 (S) cognitive behaviour therapy Depression and Anxiety (S Mayor) 332:504 (N) PGDipCAT diploma (O Ugochukwu) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:221 (GP edition) Cohen A, see Milne S 332:775 Cohen AT, et al, Efficacy and safety of fondaparinux for the prevention of venous thromboembolism in older acute medical patients: randomised placebo controlled trial 332:325 (S) Cohen D, Rebuilding from the rubble 332:10 (N) Cohen SN, et al, Phytophotodermatitis caused by limes (Minerva) 332:312 (R) Coker R, et al, Risk factors for pulmonary tuberculosis in Russia: case-control study 332:85 (S) Cole A Assisted conception business should be better regulated 332:748 (N) Consultants pay goes up, but productivity goes down, MPs told 332:1232 (N) Department of Health issues new tariffs for NHS trusts 332:687 (N) English patients satisfaction with care in the NHS is growing 332:1292 (N) GPs are being paid more for doing less, MPs are told 332:1470 (N) Primary care trusts to continue direct provision of services 332:627 (N) Trusts to be graded by finances as well as quality of care 332:626 (N) UK government likely to miss its target to reduce childhood obesity 332:505 (N) UK launches panel to tackle research misconduct 332:871 (N) Cole TJ, see Wardle J 332:1130 Coleman JJ, see McDowell SE 332:1177 Coleman MP, see Barrett G 332:1068 Coll, Harry, Obituary (A Coll) 332:1396

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collaborative care depression in elderly overview (G Simon) 332:249 (E) long term outcomes from IMPACT randomised trial (EM Hunkeler, et al) 332:259 (S) Collaborative HIV paediatric study steering committee, see Menson EN 332:1183 Collett C, Working overseas for an NGO (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:147 Collett D, see Barber K 332:1124 Collier J Panorama: Herceptin: Wanting the Wonder Drug (TV) 332:368 (R) The price of independence (First person) 332:1447 (A) Collin J, see Gilmore AB 332:355 Collins, Cecil Berl, Obituary (DW Levy) 332:55 Collins L, et al, Lymphogranuloma venereum 332:66 (E) Collins SA, The enigma 332:1449 colorectal surgery, observers: process? (A Poole) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:132 Colvin L, et al, ABC of palliative care. Difficult pain (L Colvin, et al) 332:1081 (P) communicable disease control emerging infections (I Loefler) (Soundings) 332:245 (R) Medical Investigation C5 (B Twisselmann) (TV) 332:184 (R) communication see also doctor-patient relations heartbroken, not heartsink. A memorable patient (R Booker) 332:894 keep me in loop. A memorable patient (V Suresh) 332:279 transmitter-receiver model: valuable lesson (M Bajaj) 332:100 community acquired pneumonia see pneumonia community health care cardiopulmonary resuscitation: time for a rethink? (SP Conroy, et al) (Controversy) 332:479 (A), 608 (L) (correction, 701), 609 (L) new direction for NHS services overview (RQ Lewis) 332:315 (E), 552 (L) summary (Z Kmietowicz) 332:253 (N) community hospitals, primary care trusts (A ODowd) 332:873 (N) community mental health care, REACT study: assertive community treatment in north London (H Killaspy, et al) 332:815 (S) complaints by doctors, problem (M Frame) (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:231 complaints by patients see also malpractice New Zealand 332:1095 (L) undiagnosed meningococcal septicaemia. A complaint that changed my practice (A Munno) 332:1092 computers see also health informatics; information technology compassion and. Endpiece (RK Choudhary) 332:1192 European Computer Driving Licence (M Taubert) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:89 Conacher ID, Memorable patients. Prisoners of war 332:350 conception rate see birth rate Conco DN, see Christofides NJ 332:209 Concordia Health, south London contract (R Dobson) 332:1048 (N) confidence, GP registrars, low self esteem (R Hooke) BMJ Careers 332:239 (GP edition) confidentiality see also ethics, medical British publics views on use of identifiable data by National Cancer Registry (G Barrett, et al) 332:1068 (R) US, Patriot Acts potential to seize medical records (J Lenzer) 332:69 (N) waiving for the greater good (A-W Chan, et al) (Research protocols) 332:1086 (A) conflict of interest see also ethics, medical surgery journal bans authors who hide it (S Mayor) 332:135 (N) US, common at FDA (J Lenzer) 332:991 (N) congenital heart disease, pregnancy and (A Uebing, et al) 332:401 (P) Conlon M, Assessing fitness to practise 332:424 (L) Connaghan J, see Tunstall-Pedoe H 332:629 Connell, Michael Charles, Obituary (M Gallant) 332:1218 Connolly K, see Ironside JW 332:1186 Connor FL, see Chang AB 332:11 Conroy SP, et al, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in continuing care settings: time for a rethink? (Controversy) 332:479 (A), 608 (L) (correction, 701), 609 (L) conscientious objectors, in medicine (J Savulescu) (Ethics) 332:294 (A), 425 (L) consciousness Matter into Imagination: exhibition (C Martin) (Art) 332:1517 (R) surprising encounter (J Spencer) 332:1017 consultants bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 332:454 career plan (A Vaidya, et al) BMJ Careers 332:83 communication with on-call consultants (D Srivastava) BMJ Careers 332:189 contract Assessing the New Consultant Contract (L Eaton) 332:1113 (N) pay increases but productivity decreases: report to MPs (A Cole) 332:1232 (N) promotion to hospital consultant: regression analysis (K Mavromaras, et al) 332:148 (S) remuneration, staged award (M Day) 332:813 (N), 974 (L) Scotland, contract increases pay bill by 38% (B Christie) 332:568 (N) consultations see also doctor-patient relations; referrals tinnitus, telephone consultations can be useful (B Raschkes) 332:607 continuous negative extrathoracic pressure, newborn infant, no adverse outcomes (S Mayor) 332:745 (N) continuous variables, cost of dichotomising (DG Altman, et al) (Statistics Notes) 332:1080 (P), 1216 (L) contraceptives Gillick test: plea for consistency (R Wheeler) 332:807 (E), 975 (L) US, gap in use between rich and poor is growing (JH Tanne) 332:1170 (N) contrast-associated nephropathy, acetylcysteine, compliance and quality of reporting of overlapping meta-analysis on role of acetylcysteine in prevention of contrast associated nephropathy (CGL Biondi-Zoccai, et al) 332:202 (S) Conway BR, et al, Lesson of the week, Opiate toxicity in patients with renal failure 332:345 (P), 488 (L) Cook G, et al, Readmission after hysterectomy and prophylactic low molecular weight heparin: retrospective case-control study 332:819 (S)

Coombes R BMA says referral schemes are used to restrict access to hospitals 332:504 (N) Hanging in the balance 332:384 (N) (correction, 701) Hanging doctors out to dry 332:140 (N) Negative reports of mental health deter people from seeking help 332:194 (N) Nigel Crisp steps down from NHS amid financial pressures 332:565 (N) Patients get four choices for NHS treatments 332:8 (N) (correction, 396) Coombs, Robin, Obituary (C Richmond) 332:1514 Cooney M Me and my mentor BMJ Careers 332:130 Me and my mentorMike Shooter on David Clark BMJ Careers 332:206 Coope, John Raisley, Obituary (G Coope) 332:612 Cooper N, et al, Competences for the foundation programmepart 5: leadership and teamwork BMJ Careers 332:46 Cooper SF, Are GPs who specialise in dermatology effective? 332:54 (L) Coote A, What health services could do about climate change 332:1343 (E) copper poisoning, double trouble (SB Naik) 332:1429 Cormack B, see Kuschel CA 332:1510 cornea, interview with James Aquavella (JH Tanne) 332:1472 (N) Cornish GF Making a statement to the police (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:185 Time for evidence based rewards? 332:1216 (L) Cornwall J, An unusual ending to an anatomy lesson 332:422 (A) Cornwell, Winifred (ne Drew), Obituary (A Marshall) 332:798 coronary bypass surgery, effect on clinical, angiographic, neurocognitive, and quality of life outcomes (S Al-Ruzzeh, et al) 332:1365 (S) coronary disease see also cardiovascular diseases; myocardial infarction alcohol drinking in women and men overview: how much and how often? (A Britton) 332:1224 (E), 1392 (L) drinking patterns (J Tolstrup, et al) 332:1244 (S) anomalous origin of left coronary artery in young athletes with syncope (M Kumpf, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:1139 (P) clarithromycin (CLARICOR Trial Group) 332:22 (S) diabetes in men and women and (R Huxley, et al) 332:73 (S) effectiveness and efficiency of different guidelines on statin treatment for preventing deaths (DG Manuel, et al) 332:1419 (S) elderly, secondary prevention after national service framework (SE Ramsay, et al) 332:144 (S) proteinuria, impaired kidney function, and adverse outcomes (M Tonelli, et al) 332:1426 (S) reduction strategies overview (R Jackson, et al) 332:617 (E) (DG Manuel, et al) (Preventive medicine) 332:659 (A), 793 (L) US, treatment guidelines revised (JH Tanne) 332:1293 (N) coroners see also death certificates new system in England and Wales (C Dyer) 332:323 (N) report, (B Balakrishnan) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:195 Corris PA, see Woods DR 332:469 corruption, The Global Corruption Report 2006 (P Moszynski) 332:257 (N) corticosteroids Cushings syndrome, without excess cortisol (DR Woods, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:469 (P) psychosis (S Taslaq, et al) (Minerva) 332:246 (R) cost effectiveness bias in published studies (CM Bell, et al) 332:699 (S) human papillomavirus testing (R Legood, et al) 332:79 (S) Costa DGM, see Nishikiori N 332:334 Costa J, et al, Efficacy of lipid lowering drug treatment for diabetic and non-diabetic patients: meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials 332:1115 (S), 1272 (L) Cotton, Roger Ernest, Obituary (C Elston, et al) 332:1456 Cotton A, et al, What the educators are saying 332:972 (A) cough gastro-oesophageal reflux interventions for chronic cough associated with gastro-oesophageal reflux (AB Chang, et al) 332:11 (S) medicines effect is mainly placebo (R Dobson) 332:8 (N) Coull R, Locum Doctor Survival Guide (Books) BMJ Careers 332:186 Coull RS, The nursing professions coming of age 332:51 (L) Coulton S, et al, Opportunistic screening for alcohol use disorders in primary care: comparative study 332:511 (S), 667 (L) Couper MR, et al, WHO perspective on preventing avoidable harm from medicines 332:1393 (L) COX 2 inhibitors atherothrombosis risk and: meta-analysis of randomised trials (PM Kearney, et al) 332:1302 (S), 1451 (L), 1452 (L) withdrawal: life without (AF Shaughnessy, et al) 332:1287 (E) Craft, Ian GMC finds no case to answer (O Dyer) 332:747 (N) GMC hears complaints (O Dyer) 332:567 (N) Craig J, see Bossuyt PM 332:1089 Crampton P, et al, Differences in risk factors for partial and no immunisation in the first year of life: prospective cohort study. Commentary: Socially or materially marginal children are less likely to be fully immunised--a systems response 332:1314 (S) Crane S, see Lewis J BMJ Careers 332:179 Cranny G see Iglesias C 332:1416 see Nixon J 332:1413 Crawford SM, Waiting for radiotherapy 332:235 (L) Crayford TJB, see Lewis GH 332:362 Crea F, see Biondi-Zoccai GGL 332:202 Creagh-Brown BC, et al, Pulmonary tuberculosis 332:1392 (L) Crean, Gerard (Gerry) Patrick, Obituary (G Misiewicz) 332:612 Crellin A, see Dodwell D 332:107 Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, variant new genotype (K Wilson, et al) 332:1164 (E) prion protein genotype analysis of positive appendix tissue samples (JW Ironside, et al) 332:1186 (S) cricket, Peter Gregory interview (D Mather) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:150 Crilley J, see Trewby P 332:913 criminal convictions, drunken driving conviction and F1 applications (G Cunningham) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:198 Crisp, Nigel resignation (N Timmins) 332:628 (N)

steps down amid financial pressures (R Coombes) 332:565 (N) Critchley C, see De Souza B BMJ Careers 332:128 Croot, Jan, BMJ picture editor (P Cross) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:10 cross infection hepatitis B outbreak identification by molecular surveillance: case study (N Fisker, et al) 332:343 (P) importance of being naked from elbow down 332:669 ties, doctors told to ditch (M Day) 332:442 (N) Cross M Computer scientists call for audit of NHS IT programme 332:930 (N) Electronic archive of 16 journals dating back 200 years is launched 332:1174 (N) England sets up task force to hasten use of electronic records 332:1467 (N) GPs leader sets conditions for electronic care records 332:627 (N) Hospital trusts fined because they cannot spare staff to work on IT 332:1353 (N) Keeping the NHS electronic spine on track (Information technology) 332:656 (A) New campaign to encourage use of national IT programme begins 332:139 (N) NHS computer programme is roughly to timetable, IT chief says 332:1408 (N) NHS patients who do not want their information shared will have to opt out of IT system 332:383 (N) Will Connecting for Health deliver its promises? (Information technology) 332:599 (A) Cross P The BMJ picture editor (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:10 The editor of the BMJ (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:30 Me and my mentor BMJ Careers 332:100 Crossingham IR, et al, Pneumonia 332:1214 (L) Crowley CJ, Are GPs who specialise in dermatology effective? 332:54 (L) Crowther CA, see Dodd JM 332:509 Cruickshank, Alan Hamilton, Obituary (R Cruickshank) 332:307 Cruikshank R, see Heal C 332:1053 Crummy F, et al, Spellbound by CO2 332:961 Cuevas L, see Bermejo E 332:424 Cullum N Not so fast with vacuums and maggots as firstline treatment 332:1275 (L) see Iglesias C 332:1416 see Nixon J 332:1413 Cumberland PM, see Rahi JS 332:820 Cummings KM, see OConnor RJ 332:302 Cummings SR, LIFT study is discontinued 332:667 (L) Cunningham G, I stupidly acquired a conviction for being drunk in charge of (walking with) a moped early on in medical school, and was told at the time by (inexperienced) solicitors that it might not matter, so have tried to forget about it entirely. Applications for the F1/F2 years are due in October. What does this mean realistically for getting jobs in the next few years, and does it make me substantially less competitive from thereon? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:198 Curhan G, see Tonelli M 332:1426 Currie GP et al, ABC of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Diagnosis 332:1261 (P) Non-pharmacological management 332:1379 (P) Pharmacological managementinhaled treatment 332:1439 (P) Pharmacological managementoral treatment 332:1497 (P) see Srivastava P 332:1324 Cushings syndrome, without excess cortisol (DR Woods, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:469 (P) Cusick L Sex workers to pay the price 332:362 (L) see Boynton P 332:190 cutaneous melanoma, cure (JM Thomas, et al) 332:987 (E) cycle helmets, A memorable accident (C Wright) 332:176 cystic fibrosis Blade Runner (S Workman) 332:695 nutritional supplements overview (M Kappler, et al) 332:618 (E) oral protein energy supplements for children: CALICO trial (VJ Poustie, et al) 332:632 (S) cystitis, three days of antibiotics is enough (bmjupdates) 332 (4 March 2006) Czech Republic, Roma women were unlawfully sterilised (K Krosnar) 332:138 (N)

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Daaleman TP, Meeting the Challenge of Chronic Illness (Books) 332:1159 (R) Dale, Michael Hague, Obituary (M Drury) 332:492 Dally, Peter, Obituary (A Dally) 332:307 Daly CA, et al, Predicting prognosis in stable anginaresults from the Euro heart survey of stable angina: prospective observational study 332:262 (S) Daly KJ, see Purandare N 332:1119 Danielsson KG, see Weeks A 332:1223 Darby R, A Surgical Temptation: The Demonisation of the Foreskin and the Rise of Circumcision in Britain (Books) 332:183 (R) Darling, Archibald Hunter, Obituary (J Darling) 332:554 Darnill S, et al, The patients journey: palliative carea parents view 332:1494 (P) Darton K, Disappearing teaspoons 332:121 (L) Das AK, et al, Benefits of family mealtimes for nursing home residents 332:1334 (L) Das M, Panic disorder: propranolol and behavioural therapy 332:1094 (L) Das SK et al, Interactive case report. 70 year old man with scrotal swelling, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and renal lesions case report 332:899 (P) case progression 332:959 (P) case outcome 332:1198 (P) case outcome. Commentary: Team perspective 332:1199 (P) contents 332:1021 (P), 1079 (P), 1141 (P) data protection, genetic testing, legislation implications for family history (A Lucassen, et al) (Ethics) 332:299 (A)

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Data Protection Act, consent, confidentiality and (A Iversen, et al) (Epidemiology) 332:165 (A) Datta, Pradip, interview with (S Kalaskar) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:60 Datta S, et al, Applying for grants (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:39 Davey KG, see Bhan KJ 332:179 Davey Smith G see Barford A 332:808, 1095 see Dorling D 332:662 see Hooper L 332:752 David C, see Costa J 332:1115 Davidson BL, see Cohen AT 332:325 Davies, John Morley, Obituary (B Beach) 332:492 Davies AC, et al, Chlamydia is being managed in primary care 332:551 (L) Davies DE, Lesson of the week. Parental suicide after the expected death of a child at home 332:647 (P), 794 (L) Davies E, see Mller H 332:691 Davies H, A memorable patient. A funny kind of flu 332:1001 Davies M, et al, Referral management centres: promising innovations or Trojan horses? (Health policy) 332:844 (A), 975 (L) Davies N Impressing your boss on the golf course (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:69 see Sheth HG 332:1272 Davies PG, Turning round NHS deficits 332:363 (L) Davies RJO, see Maskell N 332:552 Davies TEP, Referrals between consultants 332:490 (L) Davis, Everard Inseal, Obituary (P Davis) 332:123 Davis LR, Benefits from detecting dementia are dubious 332:916 (L) Davis M, The nursing professions coming of age 332:52 (L) Davis RB, see Kaptchuk TJ 332:391 Davis S The patients journey: living with diabetes 332:1018 (P) et al, Temoporfin photosensitising agent causing burns (Minerva) 332:736 Dawber, Thomas Royle, Obituary (C Richmond) 332:122 Dawkins, Richard, interview (B Ravichandran) 332:1294 (N) Dawson S, Midlife crisis or life begins? BMJ Careers 332:202 Day M Agency criticises drug trial 332:1290 (N) All older people should be guaranteed basic level of care 332:810 (N) Campaigners predict a complete public smoking ban for England 332:136 (N) Chance of bird flu mutating into virus transmissible between humans is very low 332:873 (N) Doctors are told to ditch disease spreading neckties 332:442 (N) Doctors with history of drug misuse will face spot checks 332:322 (N) Government rejects independent verification of all death certificates 332:1409 (N) Half a million children a year die of AIDS through lack of drugs 332:1234 (N) Health department gives 12m backing to Dr Foster company 332:197 (N) Industry association suspends drug company for entertaining doctors 332:381 (N) Industry must be responsible for bird flu vaccine 332:443 (N) Lords recommend passive immunisation against bird flu 332:8 (N) MPs ridicule proposed UK partial smoking ban 332:9 (N) NHS faces job cuts as financial crisis deepens 332:743 (N), 914 (L), 1394 (L) NHS is urged to become more energy conscious 332:382 (N) Prime minister tells troubled trusts to hold their nerve 332:927 (N), 1096 (L) UK drug companies must disclose funding of patients groups 332:69 (N) UK government gives consultants pay award in stages 332:813 (N), 974 (L) UK will reserve bird flu vaccine for health workers 332:506 (N) US scientists urge overhaul of clinical trials to restore confidence 332:991 (N) US study finds data changes in drug companies brochures 332:568 (N) US tries to increase routine hepatitis B vaccination 332:70 (N) et al, WHOs director general dies 332:1234 (N) DCruz DP, Systemic lupus erythematosus 332:890 (C) de Borgie CAJM, see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 de Cossart L, et al, Cultivating a Thinking Surgeon: New Perspectives on Clinical Teaching,Learning and Assessment (Books) 332:429 (R) de Craen AJM, The Placebo Effect and Health (Books) 332:243 (R) de Graaf C, see Nijs KAND 332:1180 De Raeve, Peter Alan, Obituary (M Helliwell) 332:1396 de Rooij SE, Hip protectors to prevent femoral fracture 332:559 (E) de Savigny D, see Tugwell P 332:358 De Souza B, et al, Demystifying PMETB BMJ Careers 332:128 De Stavola B, see Daly CA 332:262 de Wolff JF, Should we lower cholesterol as much as possible? 332:1453 (L) de Zulueta P, see Murray E 332:425 De-Souza V, see Galbraith N 332:238 DeAngelis CD, see Fontanarosa PB 332:177 Deary IJ, see Batty GD 332:580 death see also bereavement Ben. A memorable patient (JSN Anderson) 332:1258 Everyman (Roth) (Books) 332:1458 (R) failure to die (C Douglas) (Soundings) 332:311 (R) How to Have a Good Death BBC2 (A Berger) (TV) 332:799 (R) death certificates immediate, underlying, and macro-underlying causes (A Goodman) 332:1425 independent verification (M Day) 332:1409 (N) decision making see also patient participation How Doctors Think:Clinical Judgment and the Practice of Medicine (Montgomery) (Books) 332:979 (R) Deeks JJ, see Whiting P 332:875 Deeks SG, Antiretroviral treatment of HIV infected adults 332:1489 (C) Deeming C, et al, The care of older people 332:867 (E) deep vein thrombosis, after hysterectomy: readmission and prophylactic low molecular weight heparin (G Cook, et al) 332:819 (S) Deivasikamani G, Mentoring BMJ Careers 332:178 Dekker GA, see Gibson CS 332:76 del Rio C, see Koenig SP 332:602

Delaney B, Origin and funding of the most frequently cited papers in medicine: database analysis. Commentary: Is society losing control of the medical research agenda? 332:1061 (S) Delaney BC, Who benefits from Helicobacter pylori eradication 332:187 (E) Delany, Gwenda, Obituary (G Delany) 332:1098 deLooy A, see Truby H 332:1309 dementia enhanced psychosocial care and antipsychotic use in nursing home residents (J Fossey, et al) 332:752 (S) exercise and (S Mayor) 332:137 (N) management, improvement (E England) 332:681 (E) managing challenging behaviour (GJ Andrews, et al) 332:741 (E) primary care, effectiveness of educational interventions (M Downs, et al) 332:692 (S), 916 (L) dengue hemorrhagic fever, vector control with curtains and water container covers treated with insecticide: Mexico and Venezuela (A Kroeger, et al) 332:1247 (S) Denison A, I am a first year resident in radiology at the Moscow medical academy in Sechenov, currently posted at the Russian cardiac research centre. I want to work as a radiologist in the United Kingdom. What are the requirements to gain training there? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:164 Denmark food buying habits of people who buy wine or beer (D Johansen, et al) 332:519 (S) premature delivery in primiparous low risk women (J Langhoff-Roos, et al) 332:937 (S), 1094 (L) work environment risk factors for long term sickness absence (T Lund, et al) 332:449 (S) Dennes W, et al, Neonatal cutaneous lupus (Minerva) 332:676 (R) Dent R, see Owen D 332:1213 Depares J, see Cook G 332:819 Department of Health Best Research for Best Health overview (AM Pollock, et al) 332:247 (E), 491 (L) summary (S Mayor, et al) 332:256 (N) Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin contract ended (M Brettingham) 332:1109 (N), 1273 (L) A New Ambition for Old Age (A ODowd) 332:993 (N) Our Health, Our Care, Our Say overview (RQ Lewis) 332:315 (E) summary (Z Kmietowicz) 332:253 (N) depression see also antidepressants advice for GP applying for partnerships (B Keighley) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:22 elderly overview (G Simon) 332:249 (E) long term outcomes from IMPACT randomised trial (EM Hunkeler, et al) 332:259 (S) management as chronic disease (J Scott) 332:985 (E), 1154 (L) mnemonic 332:551 (L) psychological treatment centres: case for (R Layard) (Health policy) 332:1030 (A), 1154 (L), 1155 (L) should we screen? (S Gilbody, et al) (Health policy) 332:1027 (A) Der G, see Batty GD 332:580 Derbyshire PCT, failed to consult over contract (C Dyer) 332:1233 (N) Derbyshire SWG, Can fetuses feel pain? (Controversy) 332:909 (A), 1036 (L) dermatology general practice special interest service, outcomes evaluation 332:53 (L), 54 (L) on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:58 (R) Derry S, see Loke YK 332:335 developing countries see also global health; humanitarian aid access to drugs: great medicines scandal (T Richards) 332:1345 (E) AIDS global life expectancy inequality (D Dorling, et al) (HIV and global health) 332:662 (A) monitoring HIV treatment (SP Koenig, et al) (HIV and global health) 332:602 (A) brain drain, how to halt (I Loefler) (Personal view) 332:921 (R) climate impact on poorer nations (L Eaton) 332:1170 (N) clinical trials, Pfizer was at fault in Nigerian drug tests (J Lenzer) 332:1233 (N) contracting out health services in fragile states (N Palmer, et al) (Health policy) 332:718 (A) EU export of generic versions of patented drugs (R Watson) 332:1112 (N) global links between doctors bring benefits (T Richards) 332:873 (N) life expectancy, women exceeds men (A Barford, et al) 332:808 (E), 976 (L), 1095 (L) neglected diseases, airline tax boost (P Moszynski) 332:1410 (N) research, regulation of biomedical research in Africa (SC Chima, et al) (Global medicine) 332:848 (A) tobacco overview (E Sebri, et al) 332:313 (E), 548 (L) BATs erosion of health legislation in Uzbekistan (AB Gilmore, et al) (Public health) 332:355, 491 (L) UK urges free basic health care (R Short) 332:1470 (N) Devereux G, ABC of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Definition, epidemiology, and risk factors 332:1142 (P) Devine, John, Obituary (M Devine) 332:492 Dewan PK, et al, Improving tuberculosis control through publicprivate collaboration in India: literature review 332:574 (S) Deyo RA, et al, Hope or Hype: The Obsession with Medical Advances and the High Cost of False Promises (Books) 332:859 (R) Dezateux C see Samad L 332:1312 see Walton S 332:269 Dharmaratne SD, see Nishikiori N 332:334 Dhatariya KK, Policing of information from internet breast cancer list 332:1095 (L) Dhillon R Procreating an accredited postgraduate educational course BMJ Careers 332:8 (GP edition) see Esprit S 332:1513 diabetes see also insulin; type 1 diabetes; type 2 diabetes blockers and cardiac risk during non-cardiac surgery (DIPOM Trial Group) 332:1482 (S) blood glucose check for drivers (L Hitchen) 332:812 (N) foot ulcers: ABC of wound healing (ME Edmonds, et al) 332:407 (P) on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:58 (R) passive smoking and overview (DB Panagiotakos, et al) 332:1044 (E)

young adults: CARDIA study (TK Houston, et al) 332:1064 (R) (correction, 1298) patients journey (S Davis) 332:1018 (P) diabetic ketoacidosis, recurrence after changing injection pen devices (VR Bhardwaj, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:1259 (P) diagnosis comparative accuracy: assessing new tests against existing diagnostic pathways (PMM Bossuyt, et al) (Diagnosis) 332:1089 (A) (correction, 1368) medical intuition (K Barraclough) (Soundings) 332:497 (R), 610 (L) sample size of diagnostic accuracy studies: literature survey (LM Bachmann, et al) 332:1127 (S) dialysis, bacteraemia reduction and UK surveillance recommendations (Quality improvement report) 332:1435 (P) diarrhoea, malnutrition in children and (AR Baqui, et al) 332:378 (E) Dias R, et al, I will survive BMJ Careers 332:252 Dick, David Shaw, Obituary (M Newton) 332:307 Dickinson J, Medical Mysteries: The Testament of a Clinical Scientist (Books) 332:184 (R) Dickson WA, see Benson A 332:649 dictionaries, very last word. When I use a word (J Aronson) didgeridoo, alternative treatment for obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (MA Puhan, et al) 332:266 (S) Diehl V, see Kappler M 332:213 Diepgen TL, see Staab D 332:933 Dieppe P, see Marteau T 332:437 diet BBC trials overview (D Arterburn, et al) 332:1284 (E) four commercial weight loss programmes in UK (H Truby, et al) 332:1309 (S) (correction, 1418) food buying habits of people who buy wine or beer: cross sectional study (D Johansen, et al) 332:519 (S) difference between treatments, how to check (SJ Pocock) (Statistics in practice) 332:1256 (P) digraphs, in medical language (M Gore) 332:1071 (R) Dimitrova B, see Coker R 332:85 Dingwall R, see Conroy SP 332:479 Dinnett EM, et al, Offering results to research participants 332:549 (L) Diploma in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (PGDipCAT), (O Ugochukwu) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:221 (GP edition) DIPOM Trial Group, Effect of perioperative blockade in patients with diabetes undergoing major non-cardiac surgery: randomised placebo controlled, blinded multicentre trial 332:1482 (S) disasters see also earthquakes; humanitarian aid overseas volunteers do more harm than good? (H Tahir, et al) (Personal view) 332:244 (R) discrimination see also racial discrimination NHS: Surinder Sharma interview (C White) 332:874 (N) diverticulitis, management (SEJ Janes, et al) 332:271 (C) diving, expedition doctor (V Mohan) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:241 (GP edition) Dixon JM, Screening for breast cancer 332:499 (E), 728 (L) Dixon-Woods M, et al, Receiving a summary of the results of a trial: qualitative study of participants views 332:206 (S), 549 (L) Dobson M What is the best way for a UK qualified doctor to return to medicine, particularly anaesthetics, after a two year break? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:22 When working abroad what advantages does membership of a British college (for example, MRCP) offer? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:12 Dobson R Active commuting is important in raising exercise levels 332:1352 (N) Breast cancer incidence rises in contaminated areas 10 years after explosion at Chernobyl reactor 332:567 (N) Concordia Health wins south London contract for primary care 332:1048 (N) Cough medicines effect is mainly placebo 332:8 (N) Development of orphan drugs in Europe is too slow 332:506 (N) Doctors will test whether Mozart can reduce stress in babies 332:688 (N) Film makers should show they accepted no gifts from tobacco industry 332:440 (N) Health gap between educated and less educated Russians widens 332:1350 (N) Lawyers in MMR vaccine cases have had 1.3m from public funds 332:383 (N) Marijuana use in early pregnancy increases childs risk of cancer 332:1292 (N) Payment incentives for GPs bear no relation to health benefits 332:71 (N) Poorest children under 10 are 40% more likely to die than the richest 332:627 (N) Proportion of babies born in Europe after IVF varies 20-fold 332:626 (N) Religious women in the US are more likely to use screening 332:138 (N) Report of E coli outbreak recommends review of guidance 332:72 (N) Study shows that tobacco firms covertly hired scientists 332:321 (N) UK has inadequate services for victims of sexual assault 332:993 (N) US cigarette consumption falls to lowest point since 1951: 332:687 (N) Welsh NHS heads for 32m deficit 332:930 (N) doctor-patient relations see also communication; consultations; referrals agendas in primary care (W Hamilton, et al) 332:1225 (E) communication with patients with great expectations (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:209 (GP edition) concealment is power (W Loebl) 332:832 how to re-establish trust (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:89 in reverse (W Ullah) (Personal view) 332:58 (R) doctors see also associate specialists; international medical graduates; junior doctors; locum doctors; resident medical officers; senior house officers; specialist registrars; staff grade doctors Caring Physicians of the World (Duncan) (Books) 332:494 (R) medical qualification is not good enough. A memorable patient (G Houghton) 332:827 medicine is not a club (L Farrell) (Soundings) 332:861 (R) titles are underselling the profession (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:49 doctors role see also professional practice price of independence (J Collier) (First person) 332:1447 (A)

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primum non nocere (L Wilkins) 332:97 Dodd JM, et al, Oral misoprostol for induction of labour at term: randomised controlled trial 332:509 (S) Dodonova E, see Coker R 332:85 Dodwell D, et al, Waiting for radiotherapy (Cancer care) 332:107 (A), 235 (L) Doherty CC, see Conway BR 332:345 Donaldson C, see Peacock S 332:482 Donovan JL, see Lane LA 332:199 Dopson S, et al, eds, Knowledge to Action:Evidence-Based Health Care in Context (Books) 332:495 (R) Dorling D et al, Global inequality of life expectancy due to AIDS (HIV and global health) 332:662 (A) see Barford A 332:808, 1095 Dosani S Liking it raw (Art) 332:1517 (R) Mentoring BMJ Careers 332:93, BMJ Careers 332:178 Doshani A, Dressing for success (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:226 Double DB, Cannabis and psychosis 332:303 (L) Douglas C Failure to die (Soundings) 332:311 (R) Is omniscience enough? (Soundings) 332:801 (R) Souls in cages (Soundings) 332:1221 (R) Douglas JG, see Currie GP 332:1379 Douglas L, et al, Drug points. Sodium in soluble paracetamol may be linked to raised blood pressure 332:1133, 1133 (S) Dowden JS, End of contract for Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin 332:1273 (L) Downs M, et al, Effectiveness of educational interventions in improving detection and management of dementia in primary care: cluster randomised controlled study 332:692 (S), 916 (L) Downs syndrome prenatal diagnosis overview: optimisation (JP Neilson, et al) 332:433 (E) (correction, 701) fetal nuchal translucency scan and early prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities by rapid aneuploidy screening: observational study 332:452 (S), 668 (L) Dr Foster, DOH backing for public-private medical records venture (M Day) 332:197 (N) Draper, Morrell Henry, Obituary (J Duffus) 332:55 Dresner M, see Balen AH 332:434 Drife JO Bring back post-nominals (Soundings) 332:1101 (R) Cultivating a Thinking Surgeon (Books) 332:429 (R) The Family Man (TV) 332:734 (R) Just call me (Soundings) 332:127 (R) Privates on parade (Soundings) 332:615 (R) Referral management centres: promising innovations or Trojan horses? Commentary: Not another innovation (Health policy) 332:847 (A) see Balen AH 332:434 driving advanced driving for doctors (R Hooke) BMJ Careers 332:254 diabetes, blood glucose check (L Hitchen) 332:812 (N) drunken driving conviction and F1 applications (G Cunningham) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:198 Drobniewski F, see Coker R 332:85 drowning, secondary drowning in epilepsy (S Milne, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:775 (P) drug abuse see also cannabis; ecstasy; heroin ecstasy and antecedents of illicit drug use (K Poikolainen) 332:803 (E) impact of medically supervised safer injection facility on community drug use patterns: before and after study (T Kerr, et al) 332:220 (P) sick doctors, spot checks (M Day) 332:322 (N) drug development Northwick Park TGN1412 trial overview (M Goodyear) 332:677 (E) summary (S Mayor) 332:683 (N) drug industry advertising Abbott Laboratories suspended for entertaining doctors (M Day) 332:381 (N) disease awareness campaigns stimulate demand (O Dyer) 332:871 (N) Belgium, advertising laws to be tightened (R Watson) 332:1110 (N) Big Pharma: How the Worlds Biggest Drug Companies Control Illness (Law) (Books) 332:672 (R) Canada, direct to consumer advertising (A Cassels) 332:1469 (N) career advice (E Ford) BMJ Careers 332:53 Europe generic drugs spending (J Burgermeister) 332:992 (N) generic versions of patented drugs: export to poor countries (R Watson) 332:1112 (N) incentives for childrens medicines (R Watson) 332:1352 (N) patients groups funding (M Day) 332:69 (N) research neglected diseases (T Richards) 332:1345 (E) Pfizer was at fault in Nigerian drug tests (J Lenzer) 332:1233 (N) trials tend to find positive results (JH Tanne) 332:1174 (N) US advertising disguised as news (J Lenzer) (TV) 332:919 (R) agency wants to limit lawsuits (J Lenzer) 332:196 (N) continuing education: end influence says AMA journal (JH Tanne) 332:1410 (N) data changes in companies brochures (M Day) 332:568 (N) doctors told to shun gifts (F Charatan) 332:255 (N) FDA regulations make it harder to sue companies (D Spurgeon) 332:1350 (N) watchdog gives spoof awards for aggressive marketing (O Dyer) 332:1050 (N) Drug points Atorvastatin may cause nightmares (PJHS Gregoor) 332:950 (S) Gabapentin may cause reversible visual field constriction (SI Bekkelund, et al) 332:1193, 1511 (L) Galactorrhoea may not be associated with methadone use (J Bennett, et al) 332:1071 (R) Nicorandil may be associated with gastrointestinal ulceration (M Egred, et al) 332:889 Sodium in soluble paracetamol may be linked to raised blood pressure (L Douglas) 332:1133 (S) drug regulation, public needs better understanding (S Mayor) 332:990 (N) drug resistance, HIV: UK time trends 332:179 (L)

Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin, DH ends contract (M Brettingham) 332:1109 (N), 1273 (L) drugs, doctors favour drug treatments (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:159 Drummond C, see Coulton S 332:511 Ducrocq F, see Vaiva G 332:1241 Duerden MG, Should we lower cholesterol as much as possible? 332:1452 (L) Duke A, et al, Clarinet lip (Minerva) 332:558 (R) Duke K Faking happiness at work can make you ill 332:747 (N) Germany says people in areas with bird flu should keep cats indoors 332:568 (N) Project retrains prostitutes as care workers for elderly people 332:685 (N) Swiss launch naked poster campaign to stop AIDS 332:1174 (N) World Cup attacked for failing to ban smoking 332:1351 (N) Duley L, et al, Management of pre-eclampsia 332:463 (C) dummies (pacifiers), sudden infant death syndrome risk and (D-K Li, et al) 332:18, 178 (L) Dumville JC, et al, Reporting attrition in randomised controlled trials (Research methods) 332:969 Duncan, Neil Alexander, Obituary (C Andrews) 332:1098 Duncan N, Caring Physicians of the World (Books) 332:494 (R) Duncan S, The nursing professions coming of age 332:51 (L) Dunea G Axel Munthe and The Story of San Michele (Soundings) 332:557 (R) Glimpses of the past (Soundings) 332:1041 (R) On reading Proust (Soundings) 332:59 (R) Unauthorised practices (Soundings) 332:1459 (R) Dunkley L, see Greenhalgh T 332:762 Dunstan EJ, Boom to bust in the NHS 332:1096 (L) Dupuy A-M, see Ancelin ML 332:455 Dupuytrens contracture, unfolded (WA Townley, et al) 332:397 (C) Durnian JM, et al, Gabapentin may cause reversible visual field constriction 332:1511 (L) Durrington PN, see Hooper L 332:752 Dushoff J, see Simonsen L 332:177 Dutton S, see Johnson J 332:1403 Duxbury, Brian John McDougall, Obituary (NK Shinton) 332:492 Dwivedi G et al. Interactive case report. A 28 year old postpartum woman with right sided chest discomfort case presentation 332:406 (P) case progression 332:471 (P) case outcome 332:643 (P) Dyer C Attorney general is to intervene in case of expert witness immunity 332:1229 (N) Cleared GP faces further investigation into more deaths 332:8 (N) Code sets out framework for living wills 332:623 (N) Derbyshire primary care trust failed to consult over contract 332:1233 (N) Expert witnesses are issued with new advice after high profile failings 332:381 (N) GMC appeals against extending immunity for expert witnesses 332:568 (N) GMC must consider case against paediatricians who suspected parents of fabricating childs illness 332:1110 (N) GPs facing removal from primary care trusts lists may get legal representation 332:197 (N) HFEA widens its criteria for preimplantation genetic diagnosis 332:1174 (N) Hospital is fined 100 000 for failing to supervise junior staff 332:930 (N) Hospital trust prosecuted for not supervising junior doctors 332:135 (N) Judge rules that baby boy should not be allowed to die 332:685 (N) Killer tries to stop publication of inquiry into his care 332:872 (N) Meadow should never have been brought before the GMC 332:439 (N) Medias treatment of Roy Meadow was unfair says High Court judge 332:196 (N) Mental Health Bill for England and Wales may be postponed 332:444 (N) New coroners system is to be set up in England and Wales 332:323 (N) NHS must reimburse patients treated abroad because of delays 332:1175 (N) Paired kidney transplants to start in the United Kingdom 332:989 (N) Patient is to appeal High Court ruling on breast cancer drug 332:443 (N) Patient takes her fight for trastuzumab to the High Court 332:320 (N) Police question former GP about assisted suicide 332:256 (N) Trastuzumab wins backing of European drug regulator 332:1050 (N) Trusts can take cost into account when deciding drug treatment 332:928 (N) Trusts refusal to fund trastuzumab was arbitrary 332:747 (N) UK government scraps mental health bill 332:748 (N) UK House of Lords rejects physician assisted suicide 332:1169 (N) Woman loses fight for parents right to know of abortion advice 332:198 (N) Dyer O Air force doctor imprisoned for refusing third tour in Iraq 332:931 (N), 1094 (L) Councillor loses legal battle over Derbyshire general practice 332:1469 (N) Court delays takeover of Derbyshire practice 332:684 (N) Disease awareness campaigns turn healthy people into patients 332:871 (N) England will ban smoking in enclosed public places 332:440 (N) Force feeding at Guantanamo breaches ethics, doctors say 332:569 (N) GMC finds no case to answer against Ian Craft 332:747 (N) GMC finds three doctors guilty of irresponsible prescribing to addicts 332:747 (N) GMC hears complaints about UK fertility specialist 332:567 (N) Nine drug company chiefs are charged with conspiracy to defraud NHS 332:872 (N)

Payment offered to injured trial participants has strings attached 332:990 (N) Private group wins Derbyshire GP contract 332:194 (N) Watchdog gives spoof awards for aggressive marketing of drugs 332:1050 (N) Watchdog rules that Merck violated the UK industry code of practice 332:323 (N) dysmenorrhoea, diagnosis and management (M Proctor, et al) 332:1134 (C) Dyson H, Postgraduate diploma in medical ethics and law (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:125

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Eapen K et al, New visa regulationsthe IMG perspective BMJ Careers 332:219 et al, New visa rules for IMGs: cutting through the confusion BMJ Careers 332:191 earthquakes see also disasters Indonesia, supplies sought for survivors (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1289 (N) Pakistan rebuilding from the rubble (D Cohen) 332:10 (N) volunteers experiences (I Anwar) BMJ Careers 332:161 Eastman N, Reforming mental health law in England and Wales 332:737 (E) Easton G Dr Pods Healthcast (Website) 332:1340 (R) Wanted: Spunky TV doctor (TV) 332:1457 (R) Eaton L Amnesty says human rights have been eclipsed by war on terror 332:1231 (N) Antismoking groups lobby against House of Lords report 332:1410 (N) Art for healths sake 332:72 (N) Care of Englands older people still unacceptably poor 332:746 (N) Charity warns of climate impact on poorer nations 332:1170 (N) Cord blood banks claims are often unfounded, says royal college 332:1411 (N) European agency approves use of fluoxetine for children and teens 332:1407 (N) Foundation trusts fear that PCTs will renege on payments 332:1351 (N) Having fewer hospital beds does not mean less health care 332:1229 (N) Health secretary urges better management of chronic disease 332:688 (N) Healthy response to climate change. Commentary: Green buildings (Contraction and convergence) 332:1389 (A) Norwegian researcher admits that his data were faked 332:193 (N) Patients fail to benefit from consultant contract 332:1113 (N) Portrait gallery displays a picture of health 332:1291 (N) Reform group calls for shake up in NHS funding 332:813 (N), 973 (L) Tossed aside 332:932 (N) UK defies US by funding abortion programmes 332:322 (N) Ebbetts, John Hilary, Obituary (C Barlow) 332:1338 Ebrahim S, see Ramsay SE 332:144 Ebrahim SBJ, see Hooper L 332:752 Ebsteins anomaly, living with it (C Briscoe) 332:1141 eclipse, on Libyan holiday (K Barraclough) (Soundings) 332:921 (R) economics, medical, pragmatic and ethical priorities (S Peacock, et al) (Health economics) 332:482 (A) ecstasy see also drug abuse adolescence overview: antecedents of illicit drug use (K Poikolainen) 332:803 (E) symptoms of anxiety and depression in childhood and (AC Huizink, et al) 332:825 (S) eczema review (S Brown, et al) 332:584 (C) structured age-related educational programmes for management in children overview (HC Williams) 332:923 (E) multicentre trial (D Staab, et al) 332:933 (S) Edelin KC, see Carr PL 332:740 Edema O, see Richardson NG 332:1033 Edmonds ME, et al, ABC of wound healing. Diabetic foot ulcers 332:407 (P) education, medical see also academic medicine; examinations; learning; research; schools, medical; students, medical; teaching challenges of training doctors in new English NHS (L Hutchinson) (Medical education) 332:1502 (A) Endpiece 332:518 exciting lessons (MJ Leong) 332:268 videos (K Walsh) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:222 education, medical, postgraduate assessment of doctors in training: should patients give consent? (PG Lawler) (Personal view) 332:431 (R), 549 (L) survive tips (R Dias, et al) BMJ Careers 332:252 training, prescribing for RITA (GP Kalamangalam) 332:1188 education, medical, undergraduate, broadband learning for doctors (J Johnson, et al) 332:1403 (E) Edwards M, see Sikorski J 332:491 Egberts JFM, see Cohen AT 332:325 Egger M see Lane LA 332:199 see Low N 332:14 see Whiting P 332:875 Egred M, et al, Drug points. Nicorandil may be associated with gastrointestinal ulceration 332:889 (S) Ehrhard I, see Hahn SJM 332:1299 Einstein, Albert, on truth. Endpiece (RK Choudhary) 332:698 Eisenberg J, Using Terri: The Religious Rights Conspiracy to Take Away Our Rights (Books) 332:309 (R) Eke T, Gabapentin may cause reversible visual field constriction 332:1511 (L) el Moussaoui R, et al, Effectiveness of discontinuing antibiotic treatment after three days versus eight days in mild to moderate-severe community acquired pneumonia: randomised, double blind study 332:1355 (S) El Nahas AM, see Hamer RA 332:563 elderly abuse: 21st century style (RA Fisken) (Personal view) 332:801 (R) depression overview (G Simon) 332:249 (E)

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long term outcomes from IMPACT randomised trial (EM Hunkeler, et al) 332:259 (S) falls geriatric neologism (C Ramsden) 332:451 syncope and falls due to timolol eye drops (ME Mller, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:960 fondaparinux safety in prevention of venous thromboembolism (AT Cohen, et al) 332:325 (R) hip fractures overview (SE de Rooij) 332:559 (E) effectiveness of hip protectors in prevention: systematic review (MJ Parker, et al) 332:571 (S), 729 (L) hospitalisation increases partners risk of death (JH Tanne) 332:442 (N) non-degenerative mild cognitive impairment and anticholinergic drugs (ML Ancelin, et al) 332:452 (S) nutrition, improved food intake in frailty (AC Milne, et al) 332:1165 (E) electromagnetic hypersensitivity mobile phones overview (M Maier, et al) 332:864 (E) double blind randomised provocation study (GJ Rubin, et al) 332:886 (S) glioma risk in adults (SJ Hepworth, et al) 332:883 (S), 1035 (L) electronic journals see also journals archive of 16 journals launch (M Cross) 332:174 (N) search engines v open access (S Mayor) 332:1353 (N) electronic medical records see also medical records England sets up task force (M Cross) 332:1467 (N) GPs leader sets conditions (M Cross) 332:627 (N) NHS plan and public acceptance (M Cross) (Information technology) 332:656 (A) electronic publishing see also Public Library of Science; publishing Project Gutenberg (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:370 (R) street addresses and middle names: uploading problems (R Giacaman) (Personal view) 332:556 (R) Eliasson E, Ethnicity and adverse drug reactions 332:1163 (E) Ellis C, Ter die sumendus 332:1378 Elston GE, et al, Localised lipoatrophy after intramuscular corticosteroid injections (Minerva) 332:432 (R) Elwell VA, See Sritharan K BMJ Careers 332:221 (GP edition) Elwyn G Dame Janets disappointments (Personal view) 332:1161 (R), 1274 (L), 1275 (L) see Davies M 332:844 Emberson JR, see Kearney PM 332:1302 embryology, career advice on specialising in field which includes embryology (PM Rea) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:122 emergency medical services Palestinian West Bank, effects of armed conflict on access (MJH Rytter, et al) 332:1122 (S), 1275 (L), 1276 (L) telephone contact and further suicide attempts in patients discharged from an emergency department (G Vaiva, et al) 332:1241 (S) US, overtaxed system needs reorganisation (N Bristol) 332:1468 (N) emergency medicine, education, Modernising Medical Careers and specialist training (B Irish) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:198 Emery P, Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis 332:152 (C) Emiroglu N, see Banatvala J 332:804 Empey D, see Peskett S BMJ Careers 332:194 emphysema, surgery (F Venuta, et al) 332:375 (E) empyema thoracis, still increasing in UK children 332:1333 (L) end of life, old mans friend (T Greenhalgh) (Soundings) 332:431 (R) endocrine surgery, observerships: process? (A Poole) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:132 endocrine therapy, ABC of breast diseases (IE Smith, et al) 332:101 (P) endoscopy carpal tunnel syndrome, comparison with open surgery: outcomes (I Atroshi, et al) 332:1473 (S) gastrointestinal capsule endoscopy: from tertiary centres to primary care (R Sidhu, et al) 332:528 (P) England E, Improving the management of dementia 332:681 (E) Enkin MW, see Jadad AR 332:925 enlightenment, seeking. Endpiece (H Lashin, et al) 332:658 Enoch S et al, ABC of wound healing. Non-surgical and drug treatments 332:900 (P), 1156 (L), 1275 (L) et al, ABC of wound healing. Recent advances and emerging treatments 332:962 (P) see Grey JE 332:285, 347, 472 environmental pollution becoming an environmentally friendly doctor (A Abood) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:255 carbon rationing (I Roberts) (Personal view) 332:497 (R) epidemiology, applying clinical epidemiological methods: equity effectiveness loop (P Tugwell, et al) (Health policy) 332:358 (A) epilepsy secondary drowning (S Milne, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:775 (P) supplementary nurse prescribing (PG Hosking) 332:2 (E) episiotomy, perineal massage (bmjupdates) 332 (18 March 2006) Epstein E et al, Accidental hypothermia (BMJ Learning) 332:706 (P) et al, Blood pressure lowering in elderly patients with stroke 332:793 (L) Epstein PR, An Inconvenient Truth (TV) 332:1397 (R) erectile dysfunction (J Rees, et al) (10-minute consultation) 332:593 (P) treatment when PDE5 inhibitors fail (CN McMahon, et al) (Practice pointer) 332:589 (P) Ernst, Edzard, interview (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:140 Escherichia coli, outbreak recommends review of guidance (R Dobson) 332:72 (N) Espinosa-Brito AD, see Espinosa-Roca AA 332:668 Espinosa-Roca AA, et al, Where patients with cancer die in Cuba 332:668 (L) Esprit S, et al, Injury from lightning strike while using mobile phone 332:1513 (L) Esquivel A, et al, Accuracy and self correction of information received from an internet breast cancer list: content analysis 332:939 (S), 1095 (L) Essex C Advice that shaped my practice. Doctor who? 332:583, 796 (L) Daniel Isnt Talking (Books) 332:1159 (R)

esteem, GP registrars, low self esteem (R Hooke) BMJ Careers 332:239 (GP edition) ethics, medical see also advance directives; confidentiality; conflict of interest; euthanasia; human rights; informed consent; suicide, assisted; torture; treatment refusal committees: two decades on (G Masterton) (Personal view) 332:615 (R), 730 (L) conscientious objection in medicine (J Savulescu) (Ethics) 332:294 (A), 425 (L) education doctors in prisons: course on human rights and ethical dilemmas (M Volpellier) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:223 MA in bioethics (H Barratt) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:245 MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Healthcare Ethics and Law (K Leask) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:9 magical education (DK Sokol) (Personal view) 332:1399 (R) postgraduate diploma in medical ethics and law (H Dyson) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:125 Guantanamo call for action (M Wilks, et al) 332:560 (E), 854 (L), 855 (L) force feeding breaches ethics (O Dyer) 332:569 (N) research ethics committees bureaucracy of applications 332:238 (L), 365 (L), 491 (L) waiving confidentiality for the greater good (A-W Chan, et al) (Research protocols) 332:1086 (A) using economics to set pragmatic and ethical priorities (S Peacock, et al) (Health economics) 332:482 (A) using personal health information in medical research (T Walley) 332:130 (E) ethnic groups see also racial discrimination adverse drug reactions overview (E Eliasson) 332:1163 (E) systematic review and meta-analysis of drugs used in cardiovascular medicine (SE McDowell, et al) 332:1177 (S), 1335 (L), 1393 (L) alcohol drinking and misuse (R Rao) 332:682 (E) hypertension and (MJ Brown, et al) 332:833 (P) (correction, 1138), 974 (L) increasing number of medical students from underrepresented minorities (PL Carr, et al) 332:740 (E) obesity in adolescence: longitudinal study in Britain (J Wardle, et al) 332:1130 (S) etymology, very last word. When I use a word (J Aronson) 332:535 Euro Heart Survey Investigators, see Daly CA 332:262 Europe antibiotics overuse targeted (R Watson) 332:686 (N) institutional care for children: overuse (K Browne, et al) (Child health) 332:485 (A) orphan drugs development is too slow (R Dobson) 332:506 (N) in vitro fertilisation, proportion of babies born varies 20-fold (R Dobson) 332:626 (N) European Computer Driving Licence, (M Taubert) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:89 European Union clinical trials directive, harmful impact (A Hemminki, et al) 332:501 (E), 666 (L) drug industry, generic versions of patented drugs: export to poor countries (R Watson) 332:1112 (N) food labelling regulations tightened (R Watson) 332:1233 (N) generic medicines and governments spending (J Burgermeister) 332:992 (N) health budget may be almost halved (T Richards) 332:257 (N) incentives to firms to make medicines for children (R Watson) 332:1352 (N) MEPs fight to reinstate health funding (R Watson) 332:686 (N) public health funding cut back (R Watson) 332:1291 (N) scientific journals: debate on future (R Watson) 332:928 (N) tobacco, warns four countries over advertising (R Watson) 332:872 (N) trastuzumab, drug regulator backing (C Dyer) 332:1050 (N) UK report supports proposals to test drugs in children (S Mayor, et al) 332:322 (N) euthanasia see also ethics, medical; suicide, assisted Belgium, row after mercy killing (J Burgermeister) 332:382 (N) Netherlands, remanded doctor wins record damages (T Sheldon) 332:443 (N) Evans I, et al, Testing Treatments: Better Research for Better Healthcare (Books) 332:1516 (R) Evans S, see Rothman KJ 332:489 Evans T, see Perkins G BMJ Careers 332:13 Evans WD, What social marketing can do for you. How social marketing works in health care (Health education) 332:1207 (A) (correction, 333:299) Everitt BS, see Rubin GJ 332:886 evidence-based medicine improving health care through redesign (D Bell, et al) 332:1286 (E) Knowledge to Action: Evidence-Based Health Care in Context (Dopson, et al, eds) (Books) 332:495 (R) primary care? (S Mickan, et al) 332:619 (E) systematic reviews, participants in research 332:489 (L) Ewing, Cecil Cameron, Obituary (E Ewing) 332:1278 examination, blind obedience (S Nayak) 332:160 examinations see also education, medical; objective structured clinical examinations many heads make light of membership exams (S Malik) BMJ Careers 332:86 MRCP examiner: is omniscience enough? (C Douglas) (Soundings) 332:801 (R) parent power (J Leonard) 332:1301 exercise active commuting and (R Dobson) 332:1352 (N) adolescence, early determinants of physical activity (PC Hallal, et al) 332:1002 (S) anomalous origin of left coronary artery in young athletes with syncope (M Kumpf, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:1139 (P) reduces risk of dementia and Alzheimers disease (S Mayor) 332:137 (N) Rocky in suburbia (D Spence) (Soundings) 332:185 (R) expedition medicine Arctic diary (J Windsor) BMJ Careers 332:156 Belize (J Varley) BMJ Careers 332:148 dive doctor (V Mohan) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:241 (GP edition) expert witnesses see also jurisprudence immunity extension attorney general intervention (C Dyer) 332:1229 (N) GMC appeals (C Dyer) 332:568 (N) new advice after high profile failings (C Dyer) 332:381 (N) protection in UK (MEJ Wise) 332:500 (E)

eyelashes, loss indicates basal cell carcinoma (O Baylis, et al) (Minerva) 332:1042

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Faculty of Forensic and Legal medicine, progress at last (J PayneJames, et al) BMJ Careers 332:25 Fahey T, see Madhok V 332:1422 Fairer JG Endpiece. Optimistic lies 332:1212 Endpiece. A textbook type of mind 332:1126 Falkland Islands, nuclear war retreat: unexpected response (AM Clarfield) 332:103 Fallon M et al, ABC of palliative care. Principles of control of cancer pain 332:1022 (P) see Colvin L 332:1081 falls elderly geriatric neologism (C Ramsden) 332:451 syncope and falls due to timolol eye drops (ME Mller, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:960 vitamin D plus calcium (bmjupdates) 332 (15 April 2006) Falvey S, see Barber K 332:1124 Farmer A, Clinical value of the metabolic syndrome for long term prediction of total and cardiovascular mortality: prospective, population based cohort study. Commentary: Metabolic syndrome and mortality 332:882 (S) Farmer PE, see Koenig SP 332:602 Farquhar C, see Proctor M 332:1134 Farrell L Great Toe of This Assembly (Soundings) 332:371 Medicine is not a club (Soundings) 332:861 (R) The threat (Soundings) 332:1399 (R) Farrow S, Pulmonary tuberculosis: diagnosis and management 332:1334 (L) Fartasch M, see Staab D 332:933 Fazel M, et al, Detention of refugees 332:251 (E) Fear N, see Iversen A 332:165 Felson DT, see Hunter DJ 332:639 Feltbower T, Variety is the spice of a GPs life BMJ Careers 332:212 (GP edition) Felton JR, et al, Alopecia areata (Minerva) 332:1102 (R) femoral fractures, prevention, hip protectors (SE de Rooij) 332:559 (E) Ferdinand RF, see Huizink AC 332:825 Ferguson, Anthony John Alexander, Obituary (C Waine) 332:554 Fergusson DM, et al, Cannabis and psychosis (Drugs) 332:172 (A), 303 (L) Fernandez CV, see MacNeil SD 332:188 Fernndez-Casteleiro E, see Espinosa-Roca AA 332:668 Ferner RE et al, NICE work. How NICE may be outflanked (Resource allocation) 332:1268 (A), 1394 (L) see McDowell SE 332:1177 Ferraz MB, Reconciling 21st century temptations with 20th century resources and problems (Personal view) 332:861 (R) Ferriman A, Science meets art in exhibition of the role of botanical specimens in medicine 332:1232 (N) Feskens EJM, see Geleijnse JM 332:915 fetal nuchal translucency, early prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities by rapid aneuploidy screening (LS Chitty, et al) 332:452 (S), 668 (L) fetus, feel pain? (SWG Derbyshire) (Controversy) 332:909 (A), 1036 (L) Fidler H, et al, Barriers to implementing a policy not to attempt resuscitation in acute medical admissions: prospective, cross sectional study of a successive cohort 332:461 (S) Fidler S, see Fox JM 332:179 Field M, see Burke J 332:365 file transfer, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:1160 (R) Filippini G, see Whiting P 332:875 fillers Advice that shaped my practice. Doctor who? (C Essex) 332:583, 796 (L) Blade Runner (S Workman) 332:695 Blind obedience (S Nayak) 332:160 bmjlearning.com Are you a globalist or an analyst (K Walsh) 332:524 Class war (K Walsh) 332:1499 How to put NICE guidelines into practice (K Walsh) 332:143 Learning for consultants (K Walsh) 332:454 Learning outcomes (K Walsh) 332:771 The Napsterisation of learning (K Walsh) 332:652 Reusable learning objects (K Walsh) 332:1193, 1511 (L) A case of proper flu (N Williams) 332:37 A cautionary tale (J Burge) 332:1260 A complaint that changed my practice (A Munno) 332:1092 Concealment is power (W Loebl) 332:832 Consciousness: a surprising encounter (J Spencer) 332:1017 Do it yourself thermotherapy (J Buijs, et al) 332:841 Do-it-yourself cardioversion (C McGavin) 332:50 Double trouble (SB Naik) 332:1429 Dr No (JC Nicholls) 332:898 Endpiece The ABC of pharmacy (RG Hamilton) 332:212 The art of medicine (E Tullo) 332:1054, 1373 Bonds of the profession (B Judge) 332:145 Computers and compassion (RK Choudhary) 332:1192 Computers (RK Choudhary) 332:908 Coping with change (S Johnson) 332:40 Education 332:518 Einstein on truth (RK Choudhary) 332:698 Fashionable successions and popular rages (JH Baron) 332:265 For surgeons (MJ Thompson) 332:1255 The force of truth (A Vradi) 332:604 Knives rather than swords (MJ Thompson) 332:1201 Making themselves sicke by phantsye (E Wager) 332:1152 A match for heaven and earth? (C Harris) 332:946 The name of the illness (HM Worthington) 332:1070 Not lucrative (L Mason) 332:169 Optimistic lies (JG Fairer) 332:1212 Pain 332:1132 Reading and reflecting (K Samanta) 332:1080 Seeking enlightenment (H Lashin, et al) 332:658 A textbook type of mind (JG Fairer) 332:1126 The tortures that result from high living (JH Baron) 332:229 A warning to scholars (E Wager) 332:1305 Whats in a name (HM Worthington) 332:1311

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The enigma (SA Collins) 332:1449 Exciting lessons (MJ Leong) 332:268 Geriatric neologism (C Ramsden) 332:451 A good surgeon should know when to abandon a procedure (AM Abeygunasekera) 332:1390 Hoax bomb calls and psychiatry (S George) 332:541 How times have changed (M Hussain) 332:1488 Immediate, underlying, and macro-underlying causes (A Goodman) 332:1425 An instrumental history of medicine (R Khasriya) 332:638 Let Ruth into palliative medicine (C-K Ong) 332:462 Letter home (S Sareen) 332:955 Living with an anomaly (C Briscoe) 332:1141 A major medical decision (F Morgan) 332:468 Memorable patients. Prisoners of war (ID Conacher) 332:350 A memorable accident (C Wright) 332:176 A memorable patient Ben (JSN Anderson) 332:1258 Fear (LJ Morrison) 332:448 A funny kind of flu (H Davies) 332:1001 Heartbroken, not heartsink (R Booker) 332:894 Her final days (C Tucker) 332:117 (A) Keep me in the loop (V Suresh) 332:279 A rank offence (G Narayan) 332:851 A salutory lesson (JP Fisher) 332:1076 Sticking with tradition (SH Oram) 332:766 Students forever (SB Naik) 332:346 When a medical qualification is not good enough (G Houghton) 332:827 Middle East perspectives. Call for papers (C Rehwagen, et al) 332:818 My worst day (AM Phillips) 332:1250 The 1918 influenza pandemic: a survivors tale (KJ Moriarty) 332:889 One hundred years ago Colour blindness on the football field 332:214 The cultivation of liquorice in Mesopotamia 332:1021 Medicine and men of letters 332:475 Modern prescriptions 332:270 Parent power (J Leonard) 332:1301 Physician, treat thyself (ECH Lim) 332:1323 Pictures from the past (F Charatan) 332:1133 PPUD syndrome (post PLAB unemployed doctors syndrome) (S Sareen) 332:283 Prescribing for RITA (GP Kalamangalam) 332:1188 Primum non nocere (L Wilkins) 332:97 Privates (EA Rider) 332:792 The red sticker (AC Leong) 332:648 Seeing is believing (S Verma) 332:780 A shaky moment (D Chatterjee) 332:1314 So, those who cant do it, teach it? (FB Naini) 332:219 Spellbound by CO2 (F Crummy, et al) 332:961 Ter die sumendus (C Ellis) 332:1378 Tinnitus, listening, and learning why telephone consultations can be useful (B Raschkes) 332:607 An unexpected response (AM Clarfield) 332:103 A valuable lesson (M Bajaj) 332:100 Walk the line (MJ Thompson) 332:1434 What medicines really about (KH Khan) 332:776 When I use a word Nauseated/nauseous (J Aronson) 332:1271 The very last word (J Aronson) 332:535 financial planning, advice for doctors in financial trouble (M Baber) BMJ Careers 332:136 Findley H, Why do a foundation programme job in anaesthetics? BMJ Careers 332:239 Finegold L, et al, Magnet therapy 332:4 (E), 180 (L) Finlay IG, see Noble SIR 332:577 fish, omega 3 fatty acids and oily fish (E Brunner) 332:739 (E) Fisher JP, A salutory lesson. A memorable patient 332:1076 Fisher T, The long and winding roads BMJ Careers 332:224 Fisken RA, Elder abuse, 21st century style (Personal view) 332:801 (R) Fisker N, et al, Identifying a hepatitis B outbreak by molecular surveillance: a case study 332:343 (P) Fister K, Short cuts 332:477, 1383, 1442 fitness to practice, standards, criteria, and thresholds for assessment (R Baker) (Professional regulation) 332:230 (A), 424 (L) Fitzgerald R, I am approaching my third year of specialist training in endocrinology/diabetes. I feel Ive made the wrong choice and want to change to gastroenterology. How feasible is this? Would the year of high intensity medicine at SpR level be counted for another number? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:92, BMJ Careers 332:198 Flamm BL, see Finegold L 332:4 Fleming, Ian, spies in restaurant (JC Nicholls) 332:898 Fleming PJ, see Blair PS 332:178 Fletcher J, et al, Interactive case report. A 28 year old postpartum woman with right sided chest discomfort: case outcome. Commentary: Pattern recognition versus bayesian approach for diagnosis in primary care 332:646 (P) flexible training, general practice (A Hastie) BMJ Careers 332:103 (GP edition) flexible working, GP career scheme: past, present, and future (A Hastie, et al) BMJ Careers 332:13 (GP edition) Florida State University, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:1340 fluoxetine, Europe, approval for children and adolescents (L Eaton) 332:1407 (N) Flynn G, Oh no, not again? BMJ Careers 332:27 Flynn P, see Weir P 332:1020 Foden A, see Trewby P 332:913 Fogarty DG, see Conway BR 332:345 Foley CL, see Hussain M 332:1488 folic acid, neural tube defects and, public consultation on compulsory folate fortification (R Short) 332:873 (N) follow-up studies, randomised controlled trials, reporting attrition (JC Dumville, et al) (Research methods) 332:969 fondaparinux, safety in prevention of venous thromboembolism in older acute patients (AT Cohen, et al) 332:325 (R) Fontanarosa PB, et al, JAMAs policy on industry sponsored studies 332:177 (L), 305 (L), 489 (L) food buying habits of people who buy wine or beer: cross sectional study (D Johansen, et al) 332:519 (S) EU labelling regulations tightened (R Watson) 332:1233 (N) food industry, time to adopt signposting model 332:549 (L) foot ulcers, diabetic: ABC of wound healing (ME Edmonds, et al) 332:407 (P) football colour blindness on football field. One hundred years ago 332:214 England might win world cup (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:129

toxic shock syndrome from new boots (CM Taylor, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:1376 (P) football see also World Cup Forbes J, see Mackenzie DG 332:793 Forbes K, see Colvin L 332:1081 Ford, Muriel Leigh (ne Bennett), Obituary (H Ford) 332:1158 Ford E, Working for the drug industry BMJ Careers 332:53 Ford GA see Jenkinson D 332:318 see Stobbart L 332:1405 forensic medicine, Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine: progress at last (J Payne-James, et al) BMJ Careers 332:25 Forgacs I, see Fox M 332:88 Forrest G, et al, Breast cancer in the familychildrens perceptions of their mothers cancer and its initial treatment: qualitative study 332:998 (S) Forrest K, see Cooper N BMJ Careers 332:47 Forsyth, Constance (Connie) Catherine, Obituary (R Mitchell, et al) 332:1396 Fossey J, et al, Effect of enhanced psychosocial care on antipsychotic use in nursing home residents with severe dementia: cluster randomised trial 332:752 (S) Foster AVM, see Edmonds ME 332:407 Foster P, Spirituality and the Healthy Mind (Books) 332:555 Foster-Turner J, Coaching and Mentoring in Health and Social Care: the Essentials of Practice for Professionals and Organisations BMJ Careers 332:80 foundation trusts see also trusts fear that PCTs will renege on payments (L Eaton) 332:1351 (N) strong financial performance (A ODowd) 332:686 (N) foundation year programmes anaesthesiology (H Findley) BMJ Careers 332:239 competences: part 5: leadership and teamwork (N Cooper, et al) BMJ Careers 332:46 drunken driving conviction and (G Cunningham) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:198 general medicine: current application process and job advertisements (H Clark) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:228 (GP edition) general practice, everyone can benefit (S Abusin) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:15 is future any clearer? (Y Al-Wakeel, et al) BMJ Careers 332:3 Jobscore (A Wood, et al) (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:251 learning (M Lajeunesse) BMJ Careers 332:16 year two: what do students and trainees want? (L Jenkinson, et al) BMJ Careers 332:66 Fountain-Polley S, Wear your name badge well 332:796 (L) Fox, John Bernard, Obituary (M Polkinhorn) 332:1515 Fox JM, et al, Resistance to HIV drugs in UK may be lower in some areas 332:179 (L) Fox KM, see Daly CA 332:262 Fox KR, see Truby H 332:1309 Fox M et al, Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease 332:88 (C), 236 (L) et al, Interactive case report. A 22 year old man with persistent regurgitation and vomiting case progression 332:1496 (P) case presentation 332:1438 (P) Fox R, see Fletcher J 332:646 Foy R, see Marteau T 332:437 fractures, tibolone: LIFT study 332:667 (L) Frame M, The problem with doctors (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:231 France hip replacement after internet search (M Clark) (Personal view) 332:1101 (R) mortality, high risk operating theatres (B Spurgeon) 332:992 (N) work experience (J Wilson) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:162 France, John Horn, Obituary (DJM Sinclair) 332:612 Francescutti C, see Franzo A 332:1093 Franssen MTM, et al, Reproductive outcome after chromosome analysis in couples with two or more miscarriages: casecontrol study 332:759 (S) (correction, 1012) Franzo A, et al, Mortality associated with delay in operation after hip fracture 332:1093 (L) Fraser RJ, see Bampton PA 332:1320 Freebody, Douglas Francis, Obituary (B Parker) 332:307 Freedman A, see Healy B 332:838 Freeman A, see Fidler H 332:461 Freeman M Being on call from home (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:200 Im only on the end of the phone BMJ Careers 332:199 Freshwater G, Dame Janets disappointments 332:1274 (L) Freud, Sigmund, sculpture (C Martin) (Art) 332:613 (R) Friis K, see Johansen D 332:519 Frisch M, Inverse association between appendicectomy and ulcerative colitis 332:561 (E) Frizelle FA, see Janes SEJ 332:271 Frost H, et al, Acupressure for low back pain 332:680 (E) Fuller, Sidney, Obituary (K Kirkman) 332:978 fundoscopy, dilate or not to dilate? (G Liew, et al) 332:3 (E), 179 (L) Funnell E, see Noble D BMJ Careers 332:7 Furness PN Introducing new health interventions 332:235 (L), 364 (L) One-time general consent for research on biological samples 332:665 (L) Fysh C, Changes to UK managed migration schemes BMJ Careers 332:75

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gabapentin, reversible visual field constriction (SI Bekkelund, et al) (Drug points) 332:1193 (S), 1511 (L) Gabbay J et al, Diagnostics is not Cinderella of health technology assessment 332:364 (L) et al, Introducing new health interventions 332:64 (E), 235 (L) Gaffney JT, see Chang AB 332:11 galactorrhoea, methadone use and (J Bennett, et al) (Drug points) 332:1071 (R) Galanter M, Spirituality and the Healthy Mind: Science, Therapy, and the Need for Personal Meaning (Books) 332:555 (R) Galazka, Leszek Stanislaw, Obituary (D Lynch) 332:1338 Galbraith N, et al, Research governance 332:238 (L), 365 (L), 491 (L) Gale R, see Bastawrous A BMJ Careers 332:18 Galloway, James Brown Wallace, Obituary (WH Duthie) 332:492 Gallus AS, see Cohen AT 332:325

Gamage B, see Darnill S 332:1494 Gandhi, Naresh, Obituary (P Tyrer) 332:182 Ganguli R, et al, Are older antipsychotic drugs obsolete? 332:1346 (E), 1511 (L) Garbharran V, see Beckmann KM BMJ Careers 332:167 Gardner, Justin David, Obituary (H Ball, et al) 332:978 Gardner, Richard, Obituary (J Gray, et al) 332:798 Garne JP, see Zackrisson S 332:689 Garrow J, et al, Alternative Medicine (TV) 332:241 (R) Garske LA, see Chang AB 332:11 Gass M, see Kumpf M 332:1139 gastro-oesophageal reflux disease interventions for chronic cough (AB Chang, et al) 332:11 (S) review (M Fox, et al) 332:88 (C), 236 (L) gastroenterology, career advice on changing from specialist training in endocrinology and diabetes (R Fitzgerald) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:92, BMJ Careers 332:198 gastrointestinal cancers screening: hanging in the balance? (R Coombes) 332:384 (N) (correction, 701) screening national programme (WS Atkin) 332:742 (E) gastrointestinal ulcers, nicorandil and (M Egred, et al) (Drug points) 332:889 (S) gastroschisis, incidence (MD Kilby) 332:250 (E), 423 (L) Gattellari M, et al, Barriers to using warfarin in non-valvular atrial fibrillation 332:303 (L) (correction, 396) Gatzoulis MA, see Uebing A 332:401 Gaw A, see Dinnett EM 332:549 Gayed W, et al, Mortality and morbidity meetings (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:127 Geary R, Do enforced bicycle helmet laws improve public health? 332:852 (L) Geddes CC, et al, Kidneys for transplant 332:1105 (E) Geddes J My bipolar expedition. Commentary: Bipolar disorderservices need to catch up with rapidly developing evidence base (Patients journey) 332:32 see Burgner D 332:1392 Geleijnse JM, et al, Risks and benefits of omega 3 fats 332:915 (L) Gemmell, Elizabeth, Obituary (R Kerry) 332:240 gene therapy immune system disorder men cured (A Tuffs) 332:812 (N) oncolytic viruses in cancer prevention (Y Chernajovsky) (Controversy) 332:170 (A) General Medical Council doctors faith falls while that of public rises (M Brettingham) 332:1232 (N) doctors guilty of irresponsible prescribing to addicts (O Dyer) 332:747 (N) expert witness immunity appeals against extension (C Dyer) 332:568 (N) attorney general intervention (C Dyer) 332:1229 (N) Graham Catto interview (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:196 paediatricians who suspected parents of fabricating childs illness (C Dyer) 332:1110 (N) general practice see also primary care trusts; primary health care alcohol screening, comparative study (S Coulton, et al) 332:511 (S), 667 (L) depression, advice for GP applying for partnerships (B Keighley) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:22 for all? (P Hall) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:78 assessment centres, Scottish situation (B Keighley) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:42 B.A.R.D. in the Practice: A Guide for Family Doctors to Consult Efficiently, Effectively and Happily (Warren) (Books) BMJ Careers 332:186 career advice 56 years old who runs diabetes clinic (B Irish) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:82 academic general practice (G Watts) BMJ Careers 332:33 (GP edition) GP who has worked in US since 1992 (K Mohanna) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:142, BMJ Careers 332:238 contract GPs are being paid more for doing less, MPs are told (A Cole) 332:1470 (N) payment incentives/health benefits (R Dobson) 332:71 (N) flexible training (A Hastie) BMJ Careers 332:103 (GP edition) foray into unfamiliar territory (CP Swainson) (Personal view) 332:557 (R) foundation year programmes, everyone can benefit (S Abusin) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:15 history over last century (Z Kmietowicz) (Primary care) 332:39 (A) Lambeth: career tailoring (V Morley) BMJ Careers 332:189 (GP edition) Langwith surgery summary (S Arie) 332:1172 (N), 1335 (L), 1336 (L) councillor loses battle (O Dyer) 332:1469 (N) court delays takeover (O Dyer) 332:684 (N) Derbyshire PCT failed to consult over contract (C Dyer) 332:1233 (N) wins Derbyshire GP contract (O Dyer) 332:194 (N) leadership part 1 (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:65 (GP edition) leadership part 2 (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:83 (GP edition) locums, starting out (D Mirza) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:115 (GP edition) mission statements (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:229 (GP edition) partnership, questions before becoming a partner? (J Harvey) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:164 portfolio practice: art of (V Mohan) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:116 (GP edition) provider contract bids (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1048 (N) registrars how to make the most of your year (S Rushd) BMJ Careers 332:39 (GP edition) low self esteem (R Hooke) BMJ Careers 332:239 (GP edition) sexually transmitted infection trends 1990-2000 (JA Cassell, et al) 332:332 (S), 551 (L) special interests overview (S Malik) BMJ Careers 332:133 (GP edition) dermatology outcomes evaluation 332:53 (L), 54 (L) mental health training (R Rao) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:2 multiple sclerosis (N Pimenta) BMJ Careers 332:23 (GP edition) staff: what makes them happy? (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:179 (GP edition) Suburban Shaman: Tales from Medicines Frontline (Helman) (Books) 332:495 (R) sutures in wound management (C Heal, et al) 332:1053 (S)

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variety is spice of GPs life (T Feltbower) BMJ Careers 332:212 (GP edition) vocational training schemes applications (J Blythe) (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:191 (GP edition) difficult pregnancy: delay start of my post? (K Mohanna) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:248 GPVTS website and DH website conflicting advice to overseas doctors (B Irish) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:208 interdeanery transfer from Scotland to England? (R Charlton) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:248 London Deanery exam: tips (A Hastie) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:12 generic drugs, EU governments spending (J Burgermeister) 332:992 (N) genetic testing babies born after preimplantation genetic diagnosis need follow-up (S Mayor) 332:254 (N) Germany data protection legislation implications for family history (A Lucassen, et al) (Ethics) 332:299 (A) family medical history? (D Schmitz, et al) (Ethics) 332:297 (A) genetics, medical common susceptibility genes for cancer: search for end of rainbow (Cancer genetics) 332:1150 (A) new technique makes it easier to test for genetic conditions (S Mayor) 332:1471 (N) UK Biobank, pay off? (G Watts) 332:1052 (N) genitourinary medicine see also sexual health services career advice for SHO in obstetrics and gynaecology (P Kell) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:82 Oxford Handbook of Genitourinary Medicine, HIV , and AIDS (Pattman, et al, eds) (Books) BMJ Careers 332:213 (GP edition) George A, et al, Reducing dialysis associated bacteraemia and recommendations for surveillance in the United Kingdom: prospective study (Quality improvement report) 332:1435 (P) George S Hoax bomb calls and psychiatry 332:541 see Al-Ruzzeh S 332:1365 Germany AIDS, Becker promotes condom use (M Leidig) 332:812 (N) aspirin sculpture at World Cup exhibition (M Leidig) 332:814 (N) avian influenza, cats indoors (K Duke) 332:568 (N) doctors protest at cuts (A Tuffs) 332:196 (N) drug costs cuts angers doctors (A Tuffs) 332:1051 (N) drug testing rules after debacle in England (A Tuffs) 332:746 (N) genetic testing: family medical history? (D Schmitz, et al) (Ethics) 332:297 (A) hospital doctors strike over pay (A Tuffs) 332:686 (N) prostitutes retrained as care workers (K Duke) 332:685 (N) university hospital privatised (A Tuffs) 332:8 (N) Ghersi D, see Chan A-W 332:1086 Ghouri N, et al, Influence of Islam on smoking among Muslims (Public health) 332:291 (A) Giacaman R, On street addresses and middle names: my struggle to upload a scientific paper (Personal view) 332:556 (R) Gibb DM, see Menson EN 332:1183 Gibberd, Frederick Brian, Obituary (R Zeegen) 332:1338 Gibbins J, see Reid C 332:488 Gibbon NK, Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease 332:236 (L) Giblin V, see Thomas JM 332:987 Gibson, Isabel Young (ne Gebbie), Obituary (JNA Gibson) 332:917 Gibson CS, et al, Neurotropic viruses and cerebral palsy: population based case-control study 332:76 (S) Gibson GJ, Oxygen treatment at home 332:191 (E) Gieler U, see Staab D 332:933 gifts, rank offence. A memorable patient (G Narayan) 332:851 Gilbody S, et al, Should we screen for depression? (Health policy) 332:1027 (A) Gill JS, et al, People seem confused about sensible drinking messages 332:302 (L) Gillespie LD, see Parker MJ 332:571 Gillespie WJ, see Parker MJ 332:571 Gillett, George Bryan, Obituary (D Wilkinson) 332:1338 Gillick, Victoria, Gillick test: plea for consistency over competence in children (R Wheeler) 332:807 (E), 975 (L) Gillies CL, see Middleton JF 332:1238 Gillies J, et al, Interactive case report. An alcoholic patient who continues to drink: Case outcome. Commentary: When should patients be held responsible for their lifestyle choices? 332:279 (P) Gilmore AB, et al, British American Tobaccos erosion of health legislation in Uzbekistan (Public health) 332:355, 491 (L) Gilmour WH, see Jones RB 332:942 Giovino GA, see OConnor RJ 332:302 Girling A, see Lilford R 332:542 Gladman JRF see Conroy SP 332:479 Glantz SA, see Sebri E 332:313 Glaser, Sholem, Obituary (TL Schofield) 332:612 Glasziou P see Bossuyt PM 332:1089 see Irwig L 332:678 global health see also developing countries 2006 Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic (JH Tanne) 332:1289 (N) great medicines scandal (T Richards) 332:1345 (E) global health see also inequalities in health; World Health Organization global warming see also climate change An Inconvenient Truth (PR Epstein) (TV) 332:1397 (R) glomerular filtration, rate needs UK consensus 332:794 (L) Glouberman S, see Jadad AR 332:925 glucose control, in critically ill (P Watkinson, et al) 332:865 (E) glucose intolerance, young adults, and smoking: CARDIA study (TK Houston, et al) 332:1064 (R) (correction, 1298) Gluud C, see Lee C 332:328 Glyn, John Harry Howard, Obituary (KW Symons) 332:1038 Glynn, Leonard, Obituary (M Denman) 332:731 Gtzsche PC Ramifications of screening for breast cancer 332:727 (L) see Jrgensen KJ 332:538 Goadsby PJ, Recent advances in the diagnosis and management of migraine 332:25 (C) God, letter to (P Brown) (Personal view) 332:1341 (R), 1454 (L) Godden S, see Raine R 332:1226 Goddijn M, see Franssen MTM 332:759 Godfrey C, see Coulton S 332:511 Godfrey E, et al, Revision aids for the intercollegiate MRCS parts 1 and 2 (Internet) BMJ Careers 332:241 Godlee F, The BMJ is evolving 332:1 (E)

Godlee, Fiona, interview with BMJ editor (P Cross) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:30 Godlee F, An international standard for disclosure of clinical trial information 332:1107 (E) (correction, 1418) Godwin J, see Kearney PM 332:1302 Gol, Berta (Betty), Obituary (R Foist) 332:1278 Goldblatt P, Epidemiology, Consent, confidentiality, and the Data Protection Act. Commentary: Evidence will help achieve consensus 332:169 (A) Goldman RH, see Kaptchuk TJ 332:391 Goldwater PN, see Gibson CS 332:76 golf, impressing your boss (N Davies) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:69 Gomes B, et al, Factors influencing death at home in terminally ill patients with cancer: systematic review 332:515 (S) (correction, 1012), 668 (L) Gong Y, see Lee C 332:328 Goodacre S, see McDonnell A 332:109 Gooderham P, Referrals between consultants 332:490 (L) Goodman A, Immediate, underlying, and macro-underlying causes 332:1425 Goodman M, Defending referrals between consultants (Personal view) 332:371 (R), 490 (L) Goodman NW, Turning round NHS deficits 332:363 (L) Goodyear M, Learning from the TGN1412 trial 332:677 (E) Goossens H, et al, Community acquired pneumonia in primary care 332:1045 (E) Gopaul SR, With regard to the new immigration rule changes, my current position is that I am an SHO applying for SpR rotations with an HSMP visa, Each trust and deanery has its own interpretations of this visa. What chances do I have of being shortlisted? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:208 Gordon AE, see Shaughnessy AF 332:1287 Gordon C, see Dinnett EM 332:549 Gordon JJ, Challenges of training doctors in the new English NHS. Commentary: Australian perspective (Medical education) 332:1505 (A) Gore, Al, An Inconvenient Truth (PR Epstein) (TV) 332:1397 (R) Gore M, Ditch the digraph 332:1071 (R) Goth subculture, suicide prevalence: longitudinal cohort study (R Young, et al) 332:1058 (S), 1215 (L), 1216 (L), 1335 (L) Goudemand M, see Vaiva G 332:1241 Gould M, Independent treatment centres will have to provide training 332:139 (N) gout diagnosis and management (M Underwood) 332:1315 (C) new drug shows early promise (bmjupdates) 332 (7 January 2006) Goyder, John Francis, Obituary (P Goyder) 332:978 Graham B, The diagnosis and treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome 332:1463 (E) Graham C, see Taylor CM 332:1376 Graham D, see Heal C 332:1053 Grainger C, I have been off work for two long periods with an autoimmune condition. Through various self help means I have got back to work and have had little sick leave in the past two years. Because of some challenging symptoms I would like to have complementary treatment over two to three weeks. My medical advisers are happy with this. Would I have to take this as annual leave? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:122 Granich R, see Dewan PK 332:574 Grant, Clare Passmore, Obituary (RF Crellin) 332:554 Grant VJ, Entrenched misinformation about X and Y sperm 332:916 (L) grants, application (S Datta, et al) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:39 Gray, Ian Ramsay, Obituary (H Jones) 332:492 Gray, John (Ian) Gowan, Obituary (J Buchanan) 332:1218 Gray A see Legood R 332:79 see Moss S 332:83 Gray C, What should you do if you think your references are unfair and the superior you worked for has a personal vendetta against you? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:132 Gray J, et al, Legal qualifications for doctors: the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth BMJ Careers 332:184 Gray R, see Latthe P 332:749 Greaves S, see Aquilina C 332:608 Green D, Management of Clostridium difficile in NHS trusts 332:238 (L) Green EM, see Pountney T 332:772 Greenberg D, see Bell CM 332:699 Greenfield, David, Obituary (R Graham, et al) 332:239 Greenhalgh T Gifted and black (Soundings) 332:981 (R) The old mans friend (Soundings) 332:431 (R) Referral management centres 332:975 (L) Slugs and snails and puppy dog tails (Soundings) 332:1519 (R) et al, We were treated like adultsdevelopment of a premedicine summer school for 16 year olds from deprived socioeconomic backgrounds: action research study 332:762 (S) Gregoor PJHS, Drug points. Atorvastatin may cause nightmares 332:950 (S) Gregory, Peter, cricket doctor (D Mather) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:150 Greig J, et al, More on pneumonia 332:1334 (L) Grey JE et al, ABC of wound healing Pressure ulcers 332:472 (P) Venous and arterial leg ulcers 332:347 (P) Wound assessment 332:285 (P) see Enoch S 332:900, 962 see Jones V 332:777 see Patel GK 332:594 Griese M, see Kappler M 332:618 Griffiths M Developing trust with work colleagues (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:193 Making the most of your job (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:241 To do lists (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:215 (GP edition) Grimley, Ronald Patrick, Obituary (R Blunt) 332:671 Grbk M, see Johansen D 332:519 see Tolstrup J 332:1244 Grobbelaar AO, see Townley WA 332:397 Groff P, see Jadad AR 332:925 Grue R, see Crossingham IR 332:1214 Grypma LM, see Hunkeler EM 332:259 Guantanamo, call for action (M Wilks, et al) 332:560 (E), 854 (L), 855 (L) Gudena R, see Jenkinson L BMJ Careers 332:66

guidelines coronary disease, effectiveness and efficiency of different guidelines on statin treatment for preventing deaths (DG Manuel, et al) 332:1419 (S) on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:1160 (R) overload forgets staff needed to implement them (YC Looi) (Personal view) 332:1160 (R) Guldberg, Ann Mary Rathie (ne Black), Obituary (CH Cameron) 332:1515 Gunnell D, see Saperia J 332:1453 Gupta N, New UK policy on overseas doctors 332:1033 (L) Gupta R Can I take MRCPCH exams directly after my MD training in India? Are there any centres providing training for the part 3 clinical round of the exam and do I need to clear any hurdles if I dont want to work in the UK? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:188 I have recently joined as a staff grade in obstetrics and gynaecology for 12 sessions a week. I want to know how many sessions for administration, study, teaching, CPD, special interest, non-clinical commitments that staff grades are entitled to. What are the rules regarding prospective cover, and should I be paid for an extra session if I am working for 12 sessions? Is there any compensation for the prospective cover? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:164 Gupta RC, see Vaidya A BMJ Careers 332:83 Gutierrez JP, see Walker D 332:1189 gyms, Rocky in suburbia (D Spence) (Soundings) 332:185 (R) gynaecomastia, testicular cancers and (M Harris, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:837 (P)

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Haan EA, see Gibson CS 332:76 Haber P, Interactive case report. An alcoholic patient who continues to drink: Case outcome. Commentary: Challenge for doctors and policy makers 332:277 (P) Haberman E, Missionary work for beginners BMJ Careers 332:153 Hadden, Kathleen Murray (ne Morrison), Obituary (H Hinton) 332:493 Hagan P, Four in five asthma deaths may be due to long acting agonists 332:1467 (N) Hagel B, et al, Do enforced bicycle helmet laws improve public health? Arguments against helmet legislation are flawed (Public health) 332:725 (A), 852 (L) Hahn G, see Rubin GJ 332:886 Hahn SJM, et al, Effectiveness of antibiotics given before admission in reducing mortality from meningococcal disease: systematic review 332:1299 (S) Haigh, Basil, Obituary (P Haigh) 332:123 Hall E, see Pace V 332:728 Hallal PC, et al, Early determinants of physical activity in adolescence: prospective birth cohort study 332:1002 (S) Hallinan R, see Byrne A 332:53 Halls H, see Kearney PM 332:1302 Halnan, Keith, Obituary (C Vernon) 332:917 Halperin DT, see Cassell MM 332:605 Halpin D, see Burns-Cox CJ 332:855 Ham C Creative destruction in the NHS 332:984 (E) Turning around NHS deficits 332:131 (E), 363 (L) Hamblin T, The Secret Life of Dr Chandra (TV) 332:369 (R) Hamer RA, et al, The burden of chronic kidney disease 332:563 (E) Hamilton, Barbara (ne Hunter), Obituary (D Hamilton) 332:1515 Hamilton C, see Barber K 332:1124 Hamilton L, see Spencer DA 332:1333 Hamilton RG, Endpiece. The ABC of pharmacy 332:212 Hamilton W, et al, Patient agendas in primary care 332:1225 (E) Hamilton-Giachritsis C, see Browne K 332:485 Hammerton, John, Obituary (B Hammerton) 332:427 hand surgery, on internet (N Shamsian, et al) (Internet) BMJ Careers 332:235 Handa A, see Al-Wakeel Y BMJ Careers 332:3 handovers, thats all I got handed over (M Sithamparanatham) (Personal view) 332:496 (R), 610 (L) Hanks G see Fallon M 332:1022 see Reid C 332:488 Hanning CD, et al, Harmful impact of EU clinical trials directive 332:666 (L) Hanson, Harry, Obituary (J Hanson) 332:1278 Hanson J, Head for northern Oz BMJ Careers 332:238 happiness, general practice staff: what makes them happy? (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:179 (GP edition) Harbord R, see Whiting P 332:875 Hardell L, et al, Mobile phone use and risk of glioma in adults 332:1035 (L) Hardicre J, see Purandare N 332:1119 Harding KG see Enoch S 332:900, 962 see Grey JE 332:285, 347, 472 see Jones V 332:777 see Leaper DJ 332:532 see Patel GK 332:594 Hardy JN, Underfunding of primary care in deprived areas affects everyone 332:236 (L) Hare R, see Mant J 332:635 Hargreaves WA, see Hunkeler EM 332:259 Harnden A Dealing with uncertainty: perspective from primary care 332:791 (A) et al, Parenteral penicillin for children with meningococcal disease before hospital admission: case-control study 332:1295 (S), 1451 (L) Harper, James, Obituary (M Williams) 332:240 Harper S, see Jackson R 332:617 Harpole LH, see Hunkeler EM 332:259 Harris, Alan Margeston, Obituary (SD Rosen, et al) 332:367 Harris C, Endpiece. A match for heaven and earth? 332:946 Harris DA, et al, Plain radiography showing distal phalanx destruction from renal cell carcinoma (Minerva) 332:1282 (R) Harris M, et al, Lesson of the week. Testicular tumour presenting as gynaecomastia 332:837 (P) Harrison E, see Bhardwaj VR 332:1259 Harrison RA, see Hooper L 332:752 Harrison RN, Rise and demise of the hospital 332:52 (L) Harrison-Woolrych M, Who will fund hypothesis testing studies? 332:666 (L) Hart A, et al, Training in plastic surgery BMJ Careers 332:103 Hart JT, Call for shake up in NHS funding 332:973 (L)

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Hartling L, see Buscemi N 332:385 Harvey IM, see Lane LA 332:199 Harvey J, What should I ask a GP practice before becoming a partner? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:164 Harvey RF, see Lane LA 332:199 Harwood RH, see Conroy SP 332:479 Hasan A, see Spencer DA 332:1333 Haseeb F, see Thekkott D BMJ Careers 332:170 Hasselbach P, see Strmer T 332:1359 Hastie A Flexible training for general practice BMJ Careers 332:103 (GP edition) I am about to take the GP VTS exam for the London Deanery. Can you tell me what they are looking for and how they shortlist candidates? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:12 I have just returned to work as a flexible paediatric specialist registrar (SpR) in a new trust after 12 months maternity leave after the birth of my first child. I am now pregnant again and considering a career break after the birth because our family circumstances make it difficult to obtain appropriate child care. I am concerned about the implications for my progression to a certificate of completion of specialist training (CCST) . . .(Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:248 et al, The GP flexible career schemepast, present, and future BMJ Careers 332:13 (GP edition) Hastings G, et al, What social marketing can do for you. Putting social marketing into practice (Health education) 332:1210 (A) Hawker G, see Tugwell P 332:358 Hawkins K see Iglesias C 332:1416 see Nixon J 332:1413 Hawley C, see Galbraith N 332:238 Hayanga AJ, When to test women for human papillomavirus 332:237 (L) Hayat SA, see Dwivedi G 332:406, 471, 643 Hayes SF, Are GPs who specialise in dermatology effective? 332:54 (L) Haynes J, et al, 10-minute consultation. Proteinuria 332:284 (P), 489 (L) Hayward AC, see Cassell JA 332:332 He K, et al, Risks and benefits of omega 3 fats 332:915 (L) head and neck cancers, Peter Rhys-Evans interview (E Kiverniti) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:40 Head P, see Wood A BMJ Careers 332:251 Heal C, et al, Can sutures get wet? Prospective randomised controlled trial of wound management in general practice 332:1053 (S) health, art of medicine. Endpiece (E Tullo) 332:1054 health care rationing, treatment refusal adjustment in rationing decisions (R Lilford, et al) (Health policy) 332:542 (A) health informatics see also computers revolutionise medicine (AR Parikh, et al) (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:246 health policy applying clinical epidemiological methods to health equity: (P Tugwell, et al) (Health policy) 332:358 (A) evaluating and implementing new services (A McDonnell, et al) (Health policy) 332:109 (A), 305 (L) have targets improved performance in the English NHS? (G Bevan, et al) (Health policy) 332:419 (A) importance of relative measures in policy on health inequalities (A Low, et al) (Health economics) 332:967 (A) NICEs social value judgements: improvement (JA Michaels) (Health policy) 332:48, 48 (A) treatment refusal in rationing decisions (R Lilford, et al) (Health policy) 332:542 (A) health prevention, disease awareness campaigns turn healthy people into patients (O Dyer) 332:871 (N) health services, evaluation and implementation (A McDonnell, et al) (Health policy) 332:109 (A), 305 (L) health services for the elderly see also ageing; long-term care basic level of care guarantee (M Day) 332:810 (N) decent health care for older people (J Morris, et al) 332:1166 (E) doctors charged with ensuring dignity for older patients (A ODowd) 332:993 (N) Living Well in Later Life (L Eaton) 332:746 (N) Health services research, Process evaluation in randomised controlled trials of complex interventions (A Oakley, et al) 332:413 (A) health staffing 2.4 million additional health professionals needed: WHO report (Z Kmietowicz) 332:809 (N) obstetrics, UK trainee doctors spurn (M Brettingham) 332:323 (N) UK policy to reduce skills drain from Africa is ineffective (Z Kmietowicz) 332:9 (N) WHO urges that another 2.4 million health professionals needed (Z Kmietowicz) 332:809 (N) health status, information and intelligence for healthy populations (R Raine, et al) 332:1226 (E) health technology assessment, introducing new health interventions (J Gabbay, et al) 332:64 (E), 235 (L) healthpoints, off the wall solutions (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:105 (GP edition) Healy B, et al, ABC of wound healing, Infections 332:838 (P) Heard S, Choosing your hospital specialty BMJ Careers 332:221 heart attack Jerusalem Arabs have higher rate than Jews (S Osman) 332:1113 (N) trans fatty acids ban (D Spurgeon) 332:931 (N) heart diseases congenital disease and pregnancy (A Uebing, et al) 332:401 (P) US, tests increase, but incidence is unchanged (JH Tanne) 332:257 (N) heart failure, is amiodarone safe? (M Coceani, et al) 332:317 (E) Heath I, Referral management centres: promising innovations or Trojan horses? Commentary: Patients are not commodities (Health policy) 332:846 (A) Hebert K, The Medical Job Interview 2nd ed. (Books) BMJ Careers 332:80 Hegazy D, see Ironside JW 332:1186 Heitz M, see Puhan MA 332:266 Helicobacter pylori infections eradication and dyspepsia, health resource use, and quality of life overview: who benefits? (BC Delaney) 332:187 (E) Bristol helicobacter project (JA Lane, et al) 332:199 (S) eradication in smokers (bmjupdates) 332 (10 June 2006) smoking, peridontitis and 332:1513 (L) Helman C, Suburban Shaman: Tales from Medicines Frontline (Books) 332:495 (R)

Helweg-Larsen K, see Rytter MJH 332:1122 Hemming, Michael, Obituary (T Hemming) 332:55 Hemminki A, et al, Harmful impact of EU clinical trials directive 332:501 (E), 666 (L) Hempel S, The Medical Detective: John Snow and the Mystery of Cholera (Books) 332:1220 (R) Hemsted, Henry, Obituary (JR Hemsted) 332:732 Henriksen PA, et al, Interactive case report. A 28 year old postpartum woman with right sided chest discomfort: case outcome. Commentary: Cardiological management 332:644 (P) hepatitis A, should all children be immunised? (JL Temte) (Child health) 332:715 (A) hepatitis B vaccines newborn infants of mothers positive for hepatitis B: systematic review (C Lee, et al) 332:328 (S) outbreak identification by molecular surveillance: case study (N Fisker, et al) 332:343 (P) time to change? (J Banatvala, et al) 332:804 (E), 976 (L) hepatitis C clinical course of infection (S Vento, et al) 332:374 (E) diagnosis and treatment (K Patel, et al) 332:1013 (C) hepatitis E, indigenous infection in England and Wales (H Lewis, et al) 332:1509 (L) Heptonstall JP, Time to make paracetamol with methionine available 332:795 (L) Hepworth SJ, et al, Mobile phone use and risk of glioma in adults: case-control study 332:883 (S), 1035 (L) Herer B, Disappearing teaspoons 332:121 (L) heroes, medical (P Hutt) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:96 heroin see also drug abuse; methadone buprenorphine: safer than methadone? 332:53 (L) Herxheimer A, Does melatonin help people sleep? 332:373 (E) Hetreed, Vincent William Joseph (Bill), Obituary (M Hetreed) 332:917 Heuberger S, see Hahn SJM 332:1299 Hewitt CE et al, Is restricted randomisation necessary? (Research methods) 332:1506 (A) see Dumville JC 332:969 Hewitt DW, Incapable patients and the law 332:237 (L) Heylen E, et al, Mediterranean spotted fever (Minerva) 332:862 (R) (correction, 1138) Higgins JPT, see Hooper L 332:752 Higgins M, et al, Journal club: chore or golden opportunity? BMJ Careers 332:212 Higginson IJ, see Gomes B 332:515 Higgitt, Alan, Obituary (D Spalton) 332:182 Hill D, see Whiteman DC 332:1274 Hill J, On and off the wagon BMJ Careers 332:43 (GP edition) Hillman M Healthy response to climate change. Commentary: Personal carbon allowances (Contraction and convergence) 332:1387 (A) et al, How We Can Save the Planet (Books) 332:1398 (R) Hills R, see Latthe P 332:749 Hilton C, see Owen D 332:1213 Hilton DA, see Ironside JW 332:1186 Hindmarsh J, see Harris M 332:837 hip dislocation, in cerebral palsy (T Pountney, et al) (Practice pointer) 332:772 (P) hip fractures elderly overview (SE de Rooij) 332:559 (E) effectiveness of hip protectors in prevention: systematic review (MJ Parker, et al) 332:571 (S), 729 (L) mortality associated with delay in operation (A Bottle, et al) 332:947 (S), 1093 (L) Hippisley-Cox J, et al, Effect of combinations of drugs on all cause mortality in patients with ischaemic heart disease: nested case-control 330:1059 (correction, 332:912) Hirsch MS, see Koenig SP 332:602 history of medicine, Islam, basis for European medicine 332:120 (L) Hitchen L Adverse drug reactions result in 250 000 UK admissions a year 332:1109 (N), 1273 (L), 1393 (L) Doctors are failing to tell diabetic people about UK driving rules 332:812 (N) Poverty is crucial to mental health problems among children, says BMA 332:1471 (N) HIV infections see also acquired immunodeficiency syndrome primary drug UK time trends 332:179 (L) risk compensation: Achilles heel of innovations (MM Cassell, et al) (HIV and risk behaviour) 332:605 (A) Hoare Z et al, Pneumonia: update on diagnosis and management (BMJ Learning) 332:1077 (P), 1213 (L), 1214 (L), 1333 (L), 1334 (L) see Lim WS 332:1214 Hobbs FDR, et al, How should we rate research? 332:983 (E), 1214 (L), 1215 (L) Hochhauser M, Paying for research related injuries in the US 332:610 (L) Hocking M, Lightning injury (Minerva) 332:128 Hodgkins disease, sticking with tradition. A memorable patient (SH Oram) 332:766 Hoes AW, see Rutten FH 332:1129 Hoey, John interview (D Spurgeon) 332:1175 (N) sacked by Canadian Medical Association (D Spurgeon) 332:503 (N) Hofbeck M, see Kumpf M 332:1139 Hofer M, see Atroshi I 332:1473 Hoffman HJ, see Li D-K 332:18 Hogan D, see Fidler H 332:461 Holden WA, Number of consultant posts has fallen 332:1394 (L) Holding J, et al, Googling your treatment for analgesia in labour 332:795 (L) holistic health, does the whole in health care need to be filled holistically? (J Sladden) BMJ Careers 332:133 Holloway A, see Low N 332:14 Holmes AH, see George A 332:1435 Holmes MV, see Holding J 332:795 homelessness managed alcohol intake improves health of homeless alcoholic people (B Kermode-Scott) 332:70 (N) Project: London, supporting vulnerable populations (K McColl, et al) (Primary care) 332:115 (A), 236 (L) homosexuality, lymphogranuloma venereum in men who have sex with men (L Collins, et al) 332:66 (E) Hood C, see Bevan G 332:419 Hooke R Advanced driving for doctors BMJ Careers 332:254 Coaching and Mentoring in Health and Social Care (Books) BMJ Careers 332:80

Doctors should undergo manual handling training (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:201 I want to know how I can work as a medical journalist. I have worked in this field in addition to general practice for more than eight years (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:188 Low self esteem in GP registrars BMJ Careers 332:239 (GP edition) Mr Motivator (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:234 NHS Jobs website (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:211 et al, Things youre too embarrassed to ask BMJ Careers 332:97 Hooper L, et al, Risks and benefits of omega 3 fats for mortality, cardiovascular disease, and cancer: systematic review 332:752 (S), 915 (L) Hooton N, see Buscemi N 332:385 Hope T, see Tan JOA 332:119 Hopkins, Elizabeth Weir (ne Hall), Obituary (A Scott) 332:732 hormone replacement therapy, incontinence in postmenopausal women (bmjupdates) 332 (18 February 2006) Horn, Robin Frank Holloway, Obituary (M Green) 332:427 Horne DC, Postscripts to letter to God 332:1454 (L) Horner P, see Low N 332:14 Horrocks, James Ewart, Obituary (AW Horrocks) 332:427 Horwood J, see Reid CM 332:1452 Hosking PG, Epilepsy and supplementary nurse prescribing 332:2 (E) hospital attendance, no easy solutions for frequent attendances 332:552 (L) hospital specialties see specialties, medical hospitals food services (CA Johnson) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:215 A History of Britains Hospitals and the Background to the Medical, Nursing and Allied Professions (Barry, et al) (Books) 332:57 (R) rise and demise: reappraisal of nursing 332:52 (L) specialty of admitting physician and myocardial infarction outcome (J Birkhead, et al) 332:1306 (S) streamline medical care (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:28 training courses (R Natarajan) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:245 US, quality improvement (CJ McCannon, et al) (Quality improvement) 332:1328 Hst A, see Fisker N 332:343 Hotopf M, see Iversen A 332:165 Houghton A Career review part 1: first aid BMJ Careers 332:88 Career review part 2: what does work bring you in life? BMJ Careers 332:108 Career review part 3: the importance of research BMJ Careers 332:126 Houghton G A memorable patient. When a medical qualification is not good enough 332:827 et al, Obituaries please BMJ Careers 332:178 housing, Stuart: A Life Backwards (A Masters) (Books) 332:555 (R) Houssami N, see Irwig L 332:678 Houston MC, see Ravnskov U 332:1330 Houston N, see Taylor F BMJ Careers 332:85 (GP edition) Houston TK, et al, Active and passive smoking and development of glucose intolerance among young adults in a prospective cohort: CARDIA study 332:1064 (R) (correction, 1298) Howard E, Surgerythe Bajan experience BMJ Careers 332:172 Howard R, see Fossey J 332:756 Howie K, see Downs M 332:692 Hoyle A, A basic guide to patient safety (3) BMJ Careers 332:26 Hsieh LL-C, et al, Treatment of low back pain by acupressure and physical therapy: randomised controlled trial 332:696 (S) Huck, Patrick, Obituary (G Sandler) 332:307 Hudson LD, East Australia is not the only way to go BMJ Careers 332:238 Hudson M, An alcoholic patient who continues to drink: endoscopic treatment is preferred 332:423 (L) Huengsberg M, see Low N 332:14 Hughes, Elizabeth, interview (J Bonner) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:120 Hughes G, see Cassell JA 332:332 Hughes, John Martel, Obituary (V Evans) 332:427 Huizink AC, et al, Symptoms of anxiety and depression in childhood and use of MDMA: prospective, population based study 332:825 (S) Hull SA, et al, Primary care for refugees and asylum seekers 332:62 (E) human African trypanosomiasis, diagnosis using card agglutination test: Angola (WO Inojosa, et al) 332:1479 (S) human genome, common susceptibility genes for cancer: search for end of rainbow (Cancer genetics) 332:1150 (A) human papillomavirus testing overview (M Schiffman, et al) 332:61 (E) lifetime effects, costs and cost effectiveness (R Legood, et al) 332:79 (S) observational before and after study (S Moss, et al) 332:83 (S), 237 (L) when to test women (M Schiffman, et al) 332:61 (E) human papillomavirus vaccination, adolescents sexual activity and (B Lo) 332:1106 (E) human rights see also ethics, medical The State of the Worlds Human Rights (L Eaton) 332:1231 (N) humanitarian aid see also developing countries; disasters are we really helping? (A Bastawrous, et al) (The Way I See it) BMJ Careers 332:18 overseas volunteers do more harm than good? (H Tahir, et al) (Personal view) 332:244 (R) humanities, teaching medicine using art and humanities (K Mohanna) BMJ Careers 332:249 Hunkeler EM, et al, Long term outcomes from the IMPACT randomised trial for depressed elderly patients in primary care 332:259 (S) Hunt A, see Lashin H 332:658 Hunter D, One-time general consent for research on biological samples 332:665 (L) Hunter DJ, et al, Osteoarthritis 332:639, 852 (L) Hunter RD, Waiting for radiotherapy 332:235 (L) Hurley R, Ways of seeing (Film) 332:1219 (R) Hurt RD, see Leavell NR 332:227 Hussain M, et al, How times have changed 332:1488 Hustinx WN, see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 Hutchinson L, Challenges of training doctors in the new English NHS (Medical education) 332:1502 (A) Hutchinson PJ, et al, Deficiencies in rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury 332:118 (L) Hutt P Balint or bust BMJ Careers 332:123 (GP edition) General practice for all (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:78 Hero worship (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:96 The new MRCGP exam BMJ Careers 332:199 (GP edition)

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Huxley R, et al, Excess risk of fatal coronary heart disease associated with diabetes in men and women: meta-analysis of 37 prospective cohort studies 332:73 (S) Hwang, Woo-suk on being downstream from faked scientific reports (TF Murphy) (Personal view) 332:674 (R) cloning studies were fakes (J Parry) 332:67 (N) denies intentionally falsifying results (J Parry) 332:138 (N) resignation (J Parry) 332:7 (N) Schatten cleared of misconduct but accused of misbehaviour (J Parry) 332:382 (N) hyperbilirubinaemia, normal development after treatment (bmjupdates) 332 (17 June 2006) hyperhidrosis, injections. Physician, treat thyself (ECH Lim, et al) 332:1323 hypersensitivity, clarinet lip (A Duke, et al) (Minerva) 332:558 (R) hypertension see also blood pressure ethnic group and (MJ Brown, et al) 332:833 (P) (correction, 1138), 974 (L) US, initiative on better prescribing (J Lenzer, et al) 332:379 (N) hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, management (P Spirito, et al) 332:1251 (C) hypochondriasis Making themselves sicke by phantsye. Endpiece (E Wager) 332:1152 Shaadi se Pehle (S Bagchi) (Film) 332:1040 (R) warning to scholars. Endpiece (E Wager) 332:1305 hypothermia, accidental (E Epstein, et al) (BMJ Learning) 332:706 (P) hysterectomy, readmission and prophylactic low molecular weight heparin (G Cook, et al) 332:819 (S)

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Iggulden C, et al, The Dangerous Book for Boys (T Greenhalgh) (Soundings) 332:1519 (R) Iglesias C et al, Pressure relieving support surfaces (PRESSURE) trial: cost effectiveness analysis 332:1416 (S) (correction, 333) see Nixon J 332:1413 Iheanacho I Big Pharma (Books) 332:672 (R) Drug Trialsthe Dark Side: This World (TV) 332:1039 (R), 1155 (L) Testing Treatments (Books) 332:1516 (R) Ijaz S, see Lewis H 332:1509 Iliffe S, see Downs M 332:692 Ilsley C, see Al-Ruzzeh S 332:1365 immunisation see vaccination in vitro fertilisation business should be better regulated (A Cole) 332:748 (N) Europe, proportion of babies born varies 20-fold (R Dobson) 332:626 (N) The Family Man (JO Drife) (TV) 332:734 (R) fertility treatment regulator steps up warning about multiple births (C White) 332:1353 (N) follow-up needed for babies born after preimplantation genetic diagnosis (S Mayor) 332:254 (N) HFEA widens criteria for preimplantation genetic diagnosis (C Dyer) 332:1174 (N) Russia, woman may lose grandson conceived from dead son (M Leidig) 332:627 (N) independence, price of (J Collier) (First person) 332:1447 (A) independent treatment centres experience and spin 332:796 (L) Healthcare Commission review (A ODowd) 332:1050 (N) network set up (M Brettingham) 332:442 (N) NHS is left to pick up pieces (WA Wallace) (Personal view) 332:614 (R) surgeons claim produce poor results (A ODowd) 332:623 (N) will have to provide training (M Gould) 332:139 (N) India avian influenza, oseltamivir production for developing countries (G Mudur) 332:5 (N), 178 (L) education, affirmative action for lower castes (G Mudur) 332:931 (N) The Hills of Angheri (Nambisan) (Books) 332:429 (R) medical schools, expansion of places after protests (G Mudur) 332:1291 (N) MRCPCH exams directly after Indian training (R Gupta) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:188 placebo in psychiatry trials (G Mudur) 332:566 (N), 796 (L) public health, public-private initiative (G Mudur) 332:813 (N) sex determination convictions (G Mudur) 332:257 (N) tuberculosis, control through public-private collaboration (PK Dewan, et al) 332:574 (S) Indonesia, earthquakes, supplies sought for survivors (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1289 (N) induction, things youre too embarrassed to ask (R Hooke, et al) BMJ Careers 332:97 industry, origin and funding of most frequently cited papers in medicine (NA Patsopoulos, et al) 332:1061 (S) inequalities in health AIDS (D Dorling, et al) (HIV and global health) 332:662 (A) applying clinical epidemiological methods: equity effectiveness loop (P Tugwell, et al) (Health policy) 332:358 (A) importance of relative measures in policy (A Low, et al) (Health economics) 332:967 (A) intelligence quotient and: Scotland (GD Batty, et al) 332:577 (S) Project: London, supporting vulnerable populations (K McColl, et al) (Primary care) 332:115 (A), 236 (L) Russia, gap between educated and less educated widens (R Dobson) 332:1350 (N) smoking, partial ban and 332:362 (L) inequality in health care, lets be fair about equity and equality (I Loefler) (Soundings) 332:735 (R) infant milk formulas see also breast feeding standards (B Koletzko, et al) 332:621 (E) infant, newborn intestinal obstruction, colour of bile vomiting (GM Walker, et al) 332:1363 (S), 1510 (L) no adverse outcomes of continuous negative extrathoracic pressure (S Mayor) 332:745 (N) infant, premature Mozart and stress reduction? (R Dobson) 332:688 (N) primiparous women at low risk in Denmark (J LanghoffRoos, et al) 332:937 (S), 1094 (L) infections, ABC of wound healing (B Healy, et al) 332:838 (P)

infertility, female drugs in polycystic ovary syndrome overview (H Al-Inany, et al) 332:1461 (E) should obese women receive treatment? (AH Balen, et al) 332:434 (E), 609 (L) influenza antibiotics in pandemic flu (MJM Bonten, et al) 332:248 (E), 490 (L), 669 (L) case of proper flu (N Williams) 332:37 funny kind of flu. A memorable patient (H Davies) 332:1001 1918 pandemic: survivors tale (KJ Moriarty) 332:889 oseltamivir and zanamivir should be kept for epidemics (S Mayor) 332:196 (N) US, mortality: more PR than science? 332:177 (L) information technology see also computers engaging clinicians: one step forward, two back (Anonymous) (Personal view) 332:127 (R), 305 (L) on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:58 (R) NHS national programme computer scientists call for audit (M Cross) 332:930 (N) England sets up task force to hasten electronic medical records (M Cross) 332:1467 (N) GPs leader sets conditions for electronic care records (M Cross) 332:627 (N) new campaign to encourage use begins (M Cross) 332:139 (N) patients who do not want their information shared will have to opt out (M Cross, et al) 332:383 (N) public acceptance (M Cross) (Information technology) 332:656 (A) roughly to timetable (M Cross) 332:1408 (N) will Connecting for Health deliver its promises? (M Cross) (Information technology) 332:599 (A) informed choice, screening: implications for evaluation (L Irwig, et al) (Screening and choice) 332:1148 (A) informed consent see also ethics, medical assessment of doctors in training: should patients give consent? (PG Lawler) (Personal view) 332:431 (R), 549 (L) Data Protection Act and research (A Iversen, et al) 332:165 (A) one-time general consent for research on biological samples (D Wendler) (Ethics) 332:544 (A), 665 (L) research in hyperacute stroke (L Stobbart, et al) 332:1405 (E) when lecturers need patient consent (S Yentis) (Personal view) 332:1100 (R) inhalers, ABC of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (GP Currie, et al) 332:1439 (P) injections for hyperhidrosis. Physician, treat thyself (ECH Lim, et al) 332:1323 intramuscular gluteal injections in obesity (AC Nisbet) 332:637 (S), 795 (L) medically supervised safer injection facility and community drug use patterns (T Kerr, et al) 332:220 (P) Innes E, see Bhardwaj VR 332:1259 Inojosa WO, et al, Diagnosing human African trypanosomiasis in Angola using a card agglutination test: observational study of active and passive case finding strategies 332:1479 (S) insulin see also diabetes inhaled insulin overview (E Morton-Eggleston, et al) 332:1043 (E), 1273 (L) Europe and US approval (J Lenzer) 332:321 (N), 730 (L) recurrent diabetic ketoacidosis after changing injection pen devices (VR Bhardwaj, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:1259 (P) insurance, health US: few insurers monopolise market (JH Tanne) 332:992 (L) US: uninsured middle class increases (JH Tanne) 332:1047 (N) intelligence quotient inequalities in health and: Scotland (GD Batty, et al) 332:577 (S) racial studies? (T Greenhalgh) (Soundings) 332:981 (R) intensive care avian influenza, hard decisions will have to be made (R Marsh) 332:790 (A) career advice (G Perkins, et al) BMJ Careers 332:13 foundation year 1 (K Miller) (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:222 organ donation potential and intensive care records (K Barber, et al) 332:1124 (S), 1274 (L) US, suboptimal care (JH Tanne) 332:1292 (N) Interactive case report An alcoholic patient who continues to drink case presentation (S McPherson, et al) 332:33 (P) case progression (S McPherson, et al) 332:98 (P) case outcome (S McPherson, et al) 332:276 (P) (correction, 396), 423 (L) contents 332:160, 222 70 year old man with scrotal swelling, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and renal lesions case report (SK Das, et al) 332:899 (P) case progression (SK Das, et al) 332:959 (P) case outcome (SK Das, et al) 332:1198 (P) contents (SK Das, et al) 332:1021 (P), 1079 (P), 1141 (P) A 28 year old postpartum woman with right sided chest discomfort case presentation (G Dwivedi, et al) 332:406 (P) case outcome (G Dwivedi, et al) 332:643 (P) case progression (G Dwivedi, et al) 332:471 (P) contents 332:531 A 22 year old man with persistent regurgitation and vomiting case presentation (M Fox, et al) 332:1438 (P) case progression (M Fox, et al) 332:1496 (P) international medical graduates see also doctors Canada, certification (C Abbott) BMJ Careers 332:160 career advice Indian doctor with MD in anaesthesia and PLAB part 2 (P Shirley) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:52 postgraduate studies in anaesthetics or paediatrics (P Strube) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:92 health care improvement in Africa (T Richards) 332:744 (N) health (J Sladden) BMJ Careers 332:8, BMJ Careers 332:9 (GP edition) letter home (S Sareen) 332:955 new visa rules betrayal of trust (U Prabhu) (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:214 changes to UK managed migration schemes (C Fysh) BMJ Careers 332:75 criticised by BMA (Z Kmietowicz) 332:930 (N) cutting through confusion (K Eapen, et al) BMJ Careers 332:191 feel penalised (A ODowd) 332:744 (N), 914 (L), 1033 (L) IMG perspective (K Eapen, et al) BMJ Careers 332:219

protest at changes (B Ravichandran) 332:989 (L) SHO applying for SpR rotations with HSMP visa (SR Gopaul) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:208 UK regulations (L Eaton) 332:932 (N) post PLAB unemployed doctors syndrome (S Sareen) 332:283 troubled times (J Bonner) BMJ Careers 332:123, BMJ Careers 332:238 troubled times (U Prabhu) BMJ Careers 332:178 vocational training schemes, GPVTS website and DH website conflicting advice (B Irish) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:208 International Planned Parenthood Federation, Death and Denial (L Eaton) 332:322 (N) internet see also Netlines breast cancers, accuracy and self correction of information received (A Esquivel, et al) 332:939 (S), 1095 (L) cancers, different forms of information and patients information use, social support, and anxiety (RB Jones, et al) 332:942 (S) consumer guide to e-learning (J Sandars, et al) BMJ Careers 332:106 free access to BMJ research articles and submission decision: authors survey (S Schroter) 332:394 (S) free content for doctors and patients (U Sadat) (Internet) BMJ Careers 332:226 good for our health? (AR Jadad, et al) 332:925 (E) Googling analgesia in labour treatment 332:795 (L) hospital training courses (R Natarajan) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:245 learning for doctors (J Johnson, et al) 332:1403 (E) MMR vaccine decision aid and parental attitudes (C Wallace, et al) 332:146 (S) interprofessional relations, how to be nurses favourite doctor (M Vouros, et al) (tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:223 interviews feedback: You were good but someone else was better (O Picard) BMJ Careers 332:138 The Medical Job Interview: Secrets for Success 2nd ed. (Mumford) (Books) BMJ Careers 332:80 intestinal obstruction, colour of bile vomiting in newborn (GM Walker, et al) 332:1363 (S), 1510 (L) intramuscular gluteal injections, in obesity (AC Nisbet) 332:637 (S), 795 (L) intrapleural streptokinase, for pleural infection (D Bouros, et al) 332:133 (E), 552 (L) intrauterine devices, scratch marks on penis (ML Bandell, et al) (Minerva) 332:1222 (R) Ioannidis JPA, see Patsopoulos NA 332:1061 Iqbal SM, see Spencer DA 332:1333 Iqbal Z, see Tahir H 332:244 Iraola-Ferrer MD, see Orduez-Garca PO 332:551 Iraq air force doctor imprisoned for tour refusal (O Dyer) 332:931 (N), 1094 (L) war: The State of the Worlds Human Rights (L Eaton) 332:1231 (N) Ireland Irish Songs and Ballads (CD) BMJ Careers 332:40 (GP edition) UK degree recognition (J Sherifi) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:92, BMJ Careers 332:198 Iribarren C, see Houston TK 332:1064 Irish B B.A.R.D. in the Practice (Books) BMJ Careers 332:186 I am 56 years old and have been in medicine for 33 years. I have worked in the United Kingdom since 1980 and have done jobs in general medicine, chest medicine, and geriatrics. During my rotation in medicine I also worked in subspecialties such as cardiology, diabetes, and gastroenterology. I have full membership of the Royal College of Physicians, and two years ago I was awarded a fellowship. In my current job I do a diabetes clinic for the independent elderly and non-invasive cardiology. I am thinking of moving into full or part time general practice. What are my chances? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:82 I am a staff grade doctor in accident and emergency, and a member of the Royal College of Physicians. How will the advent of MMC affect any future decisions to enter specialist training in accident and emergency, or do vocational training, or train in another specialty (from SHO level?) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:198 The General Practice Vocational Training Scheme (GPVTS) website clearly states that we are eligible to apply for the GPVTS programme as long as we meet the eligible criteria, and says that the new immigration rules do not apply to those applying to these schemes. On the Department of Healths website there is a section that states that we are allowed to complete our training if we are in the middle of it . . .. (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:208 Ironside JW, et al, Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: prion protein genotype analysis of positive appendix tissue samples from a retrospective prevalence study 332:1186 (S) irritable bowel syndrome diagnosis and management (A Agrawal, et al) (BMJ Learning) 332:280 (P) self help guidebook reduces primary care consultations (bmjupdates) 332 (24 June 2006) Irwig L et al, Evaluating new screening tests for breast cancer 332:678 (E) et al, Informed choice for screening: implications for evaluation (Screening and choice) 332:1148 (A) see Bossuyt PM 332:1089 Irwin, Michael, questioned about womans suicide (C Dyer) 332:256 (N) Islam basis for European medicine 332:120 (L) postmortems, rate improvement (M Al-Adnani, et al) (Personal view) 332:310 (R) smoking among Muslims and (N Ghouri, et al) (Public health) 332:291 (A) Islam A, see Cassell JA 332:332 Israel cancers, patients wanting drugs call off hunger strike (J SiegelItzkovich) 332:1352 (N) conscientious objectors: mental patient as way out (D Moldavsky) (Personal view) 332:1041 (R) heart attacks, Jerusalem Arabs have higher rate than Jews (S Osman) 332:1113 (N) human rights group calls on Israel to save Palestinian health services (D Macintyre) 332:1231 (N) transplantation, must show organ is legal (J Siegel-Itzkovich) 332:687 (N) Israel Cancer Organisation, hits out at medical research funded by tobacco companies (J Siegel-Itzkovich) 332:6 (N)

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Jackson, Tony, Obituary (S Jackson, et al) 332:426 Jackson C, see Dixon-Woods M 332:206 Jackson R, et al, Preventing coronary heart disease 332:617 (E) Jacobsson B see Langhoff-Roos J 332:937 see Vogel I 332:1094 Jacoby R, see Fossey J 332:756 Jacoby RA, A sexist celebration 332:976 (L), 1095 (L) Jadad AR, et al, Are virtual communities good for our health? 332:925 (E) Jader L, Is it time to separate the NHS from direct government involvement (Personal view) 332:1518 (R) Jagiello JM, see Al-Hakim WI 332:1227 Jain A, I am about to take up a training number as a specialist registrar in general surgery. I am interested in a career in breast surgery and would like to be able to do oncoplastic procedures. I have no plastics experience to date. Is it possible to become an oncoplastic breast surgeon through a general surgical route, with perhaps a clinical fellowship in oncoplastics? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:102, BMJ Careers 332:228 (GP edition) JAMA, scrutiny for industry funded trials 332:177 (L), 305 (L), 489 (L) James D see Coulton S 332:511 see Yates J 332:1009 James I, see Fossey J 332:756 Janes S, Assisting in theatre (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:24 Janes SEJ, et al, Management of diverticulitis 332:271 (C) Jankowski J, et al, Improving surveillance for Barretts oesophagus 332:1512 (L) Janzon L, see Zackrisson S 332:689 Jarrett RJ, Predictive value of metabolic syndrome is not clear 332:1036 (L) Jarvis MJ, see Wardle J 332:1130 Jayaprakasam A, et al, Pupillary reflex (leucocoria) in a 15 month old child (Minerva) 332:1162 (R) Jayasundere, Haris Dias, Obituary (R Perumal) 332:798 Jeffries D, Return of a system based on social values (Visions of primary care in 2015) 332:44 (A) Jelley DM, Which patients with which needs are leading the patient-led NHS? (Personal view) 332:1221 (R) Jenkins, Ian Anthony Rowland, Obituary (M Helliwell) 332:978 Jenkins D, see Bhardwaj VR 332:1259 Jenkinson D, et al, Research and development in stroke services 332:318 (E), 551 (L) Jenkinson L, et al, Firm foundations? Foundation programme year two rotationswhat do students and trainees want ? BMJ Careers 332:66 Jenks P, see Greig J 332:1334 Jensen MK, see Tolstrup J 332:1244 jewellery, human tissue (C Martin) (Art) 332:243 (R) Jewkes RK, see Christofides NJ 332:209 Jeyaretna DS, see Balakrishnan A BMJ Careers 332:17 job applications Jobscore, important resource for foundation year doctors (A Wood, et al) (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:251 multiple deanery appointment process multiple disasters and problems? (S Khan, et al) BMJ Careers 332:98 online system (Z Kmietowicz) 332:625 (N) students view (N Koralage) (Personal view) 332:675 (R) NHS Jobs website (R Hooke) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:211 unfair references and personal vendettas (C Gray) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:132 withdrawing from SHO post after accepting it? (T Pickersgill) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:52 job satisfaction, making most of your job (M Griffiths) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:241 Jobscore, important resource for foundation year doctors (A Wood, et al) (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:251 Jodrell D, see Camidge R BMJ Careers 332:43 Johansen D, et al, Food buying habits of people who buy wine or beer: cross sectional study 332:519 (S) Johns Hopkins, cosmetics deal scaled down (D Brown) 332:929 (N) Johnson AM, see Cassell JA 332:332 Johnson CA, Getting food in hospitals (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:215 Johnson J, et al, Broadband learning for doctors 332:1403 (E) Johnson M, see Bjordal JM 332:853 Johnson N see Al-Inany H 332:1461 see Peskett S BMJ Careers 332:194 Johnson R, see Browne K 332:485 Johnson S Endpiece. Coping with change 332:40 see Killaspy H 332:815 Johnsson R, see Atroshi I 332:1473 Johnston SG, My bipolar expedition (Patients journey) 332:30 (P) Johnstone C, see Wills M BMJ Careers 332:97 (GP edition) Jolly A, see Vickers AP 332:132 Jolly B, What the educators are saying (Learning and teaching) 332:234 (A) Jolobe OM Hypertension and ethnic group 332:974 (L) Venous thromboembolism 332:364 (L) Jones, David Rowland, Obituary (E Hooper, et al) 332:798 Jones A, Stuart (Books) 332:555 (R) Jones CW, see Keaney F BMJ Careers 332:63 Jones R Clinical research in primary care needs urgent boost 332:1036 (L) see Lashin H 332:658 Jones RB, et al, Effect of different forms of information produced for cancer patients on their use of the information, social support, and anxiety: randomised trial 332:942 (S) Jones V, et al, ABC of wound healing. Wound dressings 332:777 (P), 916 (L) Jong-wook, Lee Obituary (M Day) 332:1337 WHO director generals death (M Day, et al) 332:1234 (N) Jrgensen KJ, et al, Content of invitations for publicly funded screening mammography (Public health) 332:538 (A) Jose P, see Tonelli M 332:1426 Josenado T, see Inojosa WO 332:1479 Joseph AEA, Assessing fitness to practise 332:424 (L)

Joseph Rowntree Federation, Financial Care Models in Scotland (B Christie) 332:322 (N) Joseph SA, Psychological treatment centres 332:1154 (L) journal clubs, chore or golden opportunity? (M Higgins, et al) BMJ Careers 332:212 Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, bans authors who hide conflict of interest (S Mayor) 332:135 (N) journalism, career advice (R Hooke) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:188 journals, commercial influence and content (J Lexchin, et al) (Commercial bias in medical journals) 332:1444 (A) journals see also electronic journals European Union debate on future (R Watson) 332:928 (N) Judaism circumcision suction practice criticisms (JH Tanne) 332:137 (N) lessons for doctors (N Lear) (Personal view) 332:311 (R) Judge B, Endpiece. Bonds of the profession 332:145 junior doctors see also doctors career paths: long and winding roads (T Fisher, et al) BMJ Careers 332:224 handovers (M Sithamparanatham) (Personal view) 332:496 (R), 610 (L) Multi-Deanery Appointment Process multiple disasters and problems? (S Khan, et al) BMJ Careers 332:98 online system for allocating posts (Z Kmietowicz) 332:625 (N) students view (N Koralage) (Personal view) 332:675 (R) person specifications (G Ros) BMJ Careers 332:178 (S Azeez) BMJ Careers 332:113 unemployment, BMAs claim is rejected (C White) 332:1471 (N) (correction, 333:299) jurisprudence see also expert witnesses Axon loses fight for parents right to know of abortion advice (O Dyer) 332:198 (N) breast cancers, patient is to appeal High Court ruling on breast cancer drug (C Dyer) 332:443 (N) Michael Irwin, questioned about womans suicide (C Dyer) 332:256 (N) MB, baby boy should not be allowed to die (C Dyer) 332:685 (N) Ann Marie Rogers trastuzumab in early breast cancer High Court case (C Dyer) 332:320 (N) trusts refusal was arbitrary (C Dyer) 332:747 (N) Michael Stone, tries to stop publication of inquiry into his care (C Dyer) 332:872 (N) Justo L, Doctors, interrogation, and torture 332:1462 (E) Juszczak E, see Fossey J 332:756

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Kaczmarski E, see Tully J 332:445 Kagan KO, see Chitty LS 332:452 Kain K, Postscripts to letter to God 332:1454 (L) Kaiser GM, Pay for efficiency, not simply more work 332:974 (L) Kalamangalam GP, Prescribing for RITA 332:1188 Kalaskar S, A great clinical teacher (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:60 Kale A, see Mansfield PR 332:976 Kamerow D, Hollywood fights bird flu (TV) 332:1220 (R) Kandasamy J, see Taubert M 332:1216 Kane RL, et al, Meeting the Challenge of Chronic Illness (Books) 332:1159 (R) Kaplan J, Contact Wounds: A War Surgeons Education (Books) 332:428 (R) Kaposis sarcoma, lesions on penis in HIV infection (D Mital) (Minerva) 332:1400 (R) Kappler M et al, Detection of secretory IgA antibodies against gliadin and human tissue transglutaminase in stool to screen for coeliac disease in children: validation study 332:213 (S) et al, Nutritional supplements in cystic fibrosis 332:618 (E) Kaprio J, see Baker SG 332:1150 Kaptchuck TJ, et al, Sham device versus inert pill: randomised controlled trial of two placebo treatments 332:391 (S) Karam, Khalid, Obituary (D Joselin) 332:1278 Kashani S, et al, Eyelash growth and density increase after prostaglandin analogue (Minerva) 332:498 (R) Katon W, see Hunkeler EM 332:259 Katsahian S, see Biau DJ 332:995 Kaulitz R, see Kumpf M 332:1139 Kavanagh J, see Woolf K BMJ Careers 332:242 Keady J, see Downs M 332:692 Keane, Brendan, Obituary (D Collins) 332:240 Keaney F, et al, Working with NHS managers: finding a common language BMJ Careers 332:63 Kearney PM, et al, Do selective cyclo-oxygenase-2 inhibitors and traditional non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs increase the risk of atherothrombosis? Meta-analysis of randomised trials 332:1302 (S), 1451 (L), 1452 (L) Keeley D, Parenteral penicillin before admission to hospital for meningitis 332:1283 (E) Keeley P, The Philosophy of Palliative Care (Books) 332:800 (R) Keen J, see Deeming C 332:867 Keene D, Referral management centres 332:975 (L) Keighley B Id like to apply for partnerships when I qualify this year, but am worried because I have had depression a couple of times, most recently after a relationship ended. Ive only ever had a couple of weeks off. My trainer tells me not to worry, but Im concerned that I will be looked on less favourably at interviews. Do I need to tell prospective partners about this? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:22 In England and Wales, GP assessment centres are the order of the day, but in Scotland it would appear that recruitment remains relatively traditional. Is that correct? I struggle with assessment centres and would welcome the opportunity not to have to go through them (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:42 Kell P, I have been a senior house officer (SHO) in obstetrics and gynaecology for the past 12 months and have done part 1 membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG). I am interested in pursuing a career in genitourinary medicine . . ..(Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:82 Kellett, Herbert (Bert) Spencer, Obituary (M Kellett) 332:1515 Kellokumpu-Lehtinen P-L, see Hemminki A 332:501 Kelly SP, Independent sector treatment centres: experience and spin 332:796 (L) Kendall-Smith, Malcolm, air force doctor imprisoned for tour refusal (O Dyer) 332:931 (N), 1094 (L)

Kenny, Gavin, interview with (A Salmin) (Fifteen minutes with) BMJ Careers 332:216 Kent J, et al, Regulating the collection and use of fetal stem cells 332:866 (E) Kenyon S, see Dixon-Woods M 332:206 Kermode-Scott B Coffee is associated with lower risk of breast cancer in women with BRCA mutations 332:70 (N) Managed alcohol intake improves health of homeless alcoholic people, study shows 332:70 (N) Kernoff, Peter Bernard Allan, Obituary (C Lee, et al) 332:797 Kerr CE, see Kaptchuk TJ 332:391 Kerr T, et al, Impact of a medically supervised safer injection facility on community drug use patterns: a before and after study 332:220 (P) Kerrison S, see Pollock AM 332:247 Kersley SE, Medical mentoring on the phone BMJ Careers 332:58 (GP edition) Kesmodel U see Langhoff-Roos J 332:937 see Vogel I 332:1094 ketamine children having fracture reduction (bmjupdates) 332 (8 April 2006) misunderstood analgesic? (NA Akporehwe, et al) 332:1466 (E) Kettlewell S, et al, Value of sentinel node status as a prognostic factor in melanoma: prospective observational study 332:1423 (S) Khan K, see Latthe P 332:749 Khan KH, What medicines really about 332:776 Khan MAI, Non-European doctors and change in UK policy 332:914 (L), 1033 (L) Khan S, et al, MDAP Monday: multiple disasters and problems? BMJ Careers 332:98 Khasriya R, An instrumental history of medicine 332:638 Kiani F, Post-presentation questions (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:137 kidney failure, chronic burden (RA Hamer, et al) 332:563 (E) proteinuria, renal impairment, and adverse outcomes overview (J Levy) 332:1402 (E) randomised trial (M Tonelli, et al) 332:1426 (S) kidney failure, opiate toxicity (BR Conway, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:345 (P), 488 (L) kidney transplantation changes in UK (CC Geddes, et al) 332:1105 (E) paired transplants to start in UK (C Dyer) 332:989 (N) US, specialists call for legalised trade (D Spurgeon) 332:443 (N) Kiefe CI, see Houston TK 332:1064 Kilby MD, The incidence of gastroschisis 332:250 (E), 423 (L) Kilgour, David Ronald (Ronnie), Obituary (H Kilgour, et al) 332:1158 Kiljander TO, see Chang AB 332:11 Killaspy H, et al, The REACT study: randomised evaluation of assertive community treatment in north London 332:815 (S) Kilpatrick, Francis Rankin, Obituary (S Kilpatrick) 332:240 Kilpatrick ES, Disorders of sodium balance 332:854 (L) Kindness, Hugh, guilty of irresponsible prescribing to addicts (O Dyer) 332:747 (N) King M, see Killaspy H 332:815 Kingdon D, Health research funding 332:1510 (L) Kinghorn GR, see Cassell JA 332:332 Kings Fund Assessing the New Consultant Contract (L Eaton) 332:1113 (N) Designing the New NHS (D Singh) 332:1353 (N) Kingsnorth A, et al, Acute pancreatitis 332:1072 (C) Kinmonth A-L, see Marteau T 332:437 Kipping RR, et al, UK experience of smoke-free young offenders institute 332:120 (L) Kirkby, John Arundel, Obituary (P Bowen, et al) 332:671 Kirsch I, see Kaptchuk TJ 332:391 Kitchener H, see Moss S 332:83 Kiverniti E The chairman of a head and neck cancer charity (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:40 et al, Effective time management (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:117 see Vouros M BMJ Careers 332:223 Kivipelto M, et al, Cerebral embolism and Alzheimers disease 332:1104 (E) Kjldgaard A-L, see Rytter MJH 332:1122 Klassen TP, see Buscemi N 332:385 Klein N, see Tully J 332:445 Kmietowicz Z AIDS in Russiaglasnost arrives at last 332:1176 (N) Another 2.4 million health professionals needed, says WHO 332:809 (N) Ban on smoking in public places disproportionate to the problem 332:1349 (N) BMA criticises new visa requirements for overseas doctors 332:930 (N) A century of general practice (Primary care) 332:39 Doctors defend online system for allocating junior doctor posts 332:625 (N) Fighting the white plague 332:1354 (N) GPs can shape services by bidding for provider contracts 332:1048 (N) Improving safety could save 15 000 childrens lives a year in Europe, says WHO 332:1470 (N) Indonesia seeks supplies for earthquake survivors 332:1289 (N) NHS trust is losing out to private investors, says watchdog 332:1051 (N) Sickle cell screening makes genetic counselling everybodys business 332:570 (N) UK government to shift NHS power to community health care 332:253 (N) UK policy to reduce skills drain from Africa is ineffective 332:9 (N) UK trusts urged to stamp out bullying and harassment 332:138 (N) Where GPs go, politicians will follow 332:258 (N) knee pain see also pain bilateral bipartite patellas after stepping machine use (A Parsons, et al) (Minerva) 332:922 Knight, Robert Kingston, Obituary (R Rubens) 332:917 knowledge warfarin prescription in atrial fibrillation and doctors knowledge overview (K Sweeney) 332:129 (E) matched pair analysis (NK Choudhry, et al) 332:141 (S)

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Koenig SP, et al, Monitoring HIV treatment in developing countries (HIV and global health) 332:602 (A) Koes BW, et al, Diagnosis and treatment of low back pain 332:1430 (C) Koga T, et al, Pneumonia 332:1214 (L) Kok FJ, see Nijs KAND 332:1180 Koletzko B, et al, Standards for infant formula milk 332:621 (E) Koletzko S, see Kappler M 332:213 Kolmos HJ, see Fisker N 332:343 Konarzewski WH, Disorders of sodium balance 332:853 (L) Koralage N, Online selection of junior doctors: a students view (Personal view) 332:675 (R) Korea Hwang, Woo-suk on being downstream from faked scientific reports (TF Murphy) (Personal view) 332:674 (R) cloning studies were fakes (J Parry) 332:67 (N) denies intentionally falsifying results (J Parry) 332:138 (N) resigns (J Parry) 332:7 (N) Schatten cleared of misconduct but accused of misbehaviour (J Parry) 332:382 (N) Korevaar JC see Franssen MTM 332:759 see Moll E 332:1485 Kotagal S, et al, Sleep disorders in children and adolescents 332:828 (C) Kothari P, see Esprit S 332:1513 Kozlowski LT, see OConnor RJ 332:302 Krauss-Etschmann S, see Kappler M 332:213 Kroeger A, et al, Effective control of dengue vectors with curtains and water container covers treated with insecticide in Mexico and Venezuela: cluster randomised trials 332:1247 (S) Kroenke K, see Hunkeler EM 332:259 Krosnar K, Roma women were unlawfully sterilised 332:138 (N) Krouwels FH, see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 Krulder JWM, see Mller ME 332:960 Kumar A, see Epstein E 332:793 Kumar R, Boom to bust in the NHS 332:1096 (L) Kumar S, et al, How to become an oral and maxillofacial surgeon BMJ Careers 332:36 Kumpf M, et al, Lesson of the week. Anomalous origin of left coronary artery in young athletes with syncope 332:1139 (P) Kundi M, Mobile phone use and risk of glioma in adults 332:1035 (L) Kunii O, see Nishikiori N 332:334 Kuo C-H, see Hsieh LL-C 332:696 Kupfer J, see Staab D 332:933 Kurelek, William, pictures from past (F Charatan) 332:1133 Kuritzkes DR, see Koenig SP 332:602 Kuschel CA, et al, Its difficult being green (as in vomit) 332:1510 (L) Kuulasmaa K, see Tunstall-Pedoe H 332:629 Kuzel, Ryta, Roche denies whistle blowing dismissal (M Brettingham) 332:441 (N), 1175 (N) Kuznetsov S, see Coker R 332:85 Kvalsvig AJ, et al, Prehospital parenteral penicillin for meningitis 332:1451 (L) Kwong K, see Manuel DG 332:1419

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laboratories, research visit to laboratory abroad with biological research samples (A Solomon) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:169 laboratory tests, comparative accuracy: assessing new tests against existing diagnostic pathways (PMM Bossuyt, et al) (Diagnosis) 332:1089 (A) (correction, 1368) labour see also pregnancy cross infection, naked from elbow down 332:669 labour, premature rate is rising overview (AH Shennan, et al) 332:924 (E) primiparous women at low risk in Denmark (J LanghoffRoos, et al) 332:937 (S), 1094 (L) Labriola M, see Lund T 332:449 Lai V, et al, Severe hepatic injury and adulterated Chinese medicines 332:304 (L) Laing IA, The importance of being naked from the elbow down 332:669 (L) Lajeunesse M, Learning in the foundation years BMJ Careers 332:16 Lakhani M, et al, Good general practitioners will continue to be essential (Visions of primary care in 2015) 332:41 (A), 180 (L) Lal SS, see Dewan PK 332:574 Lambalk CB, see Moll E 332:1485 Lambeth, career tailoring for GPs (V Morley) BMJ Careers 332:189 (GP edition) Lamer, Antonio, quits as chairman of CMAJ governance panel (D Spurgeon) 332:1114 (N) Lancet, Norwegian researcher admits fake data (L Eaton) 332:193 (N) Lane JA, et al, Impact of Helicobacter pylori eradication on dyspepsia, health resource use, and quality of life in the Bristol helicobacter project: randomised controlled trial 332:199 (S) Langenbeck, Conrad Johann Martin, history of medicine (R Khasriya) 332:638 Langhoff-Roos J et al, Spontaneous preterm delivery in primiparous women at low risk in Denmark: population based study 332:937 (S), 1094 (L) see Vogel I 332:1094 language, ditch the digraph (M Gore) 332:1071 (R) Lapsley P Age related, structured educational programmes for the management of atopic dermatitis in children and adolescents: multicentre, randomised controlled trial. Commentary: The double benefits of educational programmes for patients with eczema 332:936 (S) Visions of primary care in 2015: the magic roundabout 332:43 (A) Lapsley PM, Are GPs who specialise in dermatology effective? 332:53 (L) Laredo SE, Obesity, polycystic ovary syndrome, infertility treatment 332:609 (L) Larsson G-U, see Atroshi I 332:1473 laser eye surgery, risk warnings, says NICE (S Mayor) 332:746 (N) Lashin H, et al, Endpiece. Seeking enlightenment 332:658 Lassen MR, see Cohen AT 332:325 Lasserson TJ, see Chang AB 332:11

Latthe P, et al, Factors predisposing women to chronic pelvic pain: systematic review 332:699 (S) Lau T, Switching statins 332:1513 (L) Laumon B, et al, Cannabis intoxication and fatal road crashes in France: population based case-control study 331:1371 (P) (correction, 332:1298) Laupacis A see Choudhry NK 332:141 see Manuel DG 332:659, 1419 Laurence DR, Compensation for non-negligent harm in trials remains shaky 332:489 (L), 610 (L) Law J, Big Pharma:How the Worlds Biggest Drug Companies Control Illness (Books) 332:672 (R) Lawler PG, Assessment of doctors in training: should patients give consent? (Personal view) 332:431 (R), 549 (L) Lawlor DA, see Ramsay SE 332:144 Lawson R, Gloomy prognoses keep lawyers happy but are bad for patients (Personal view) 332:1459 (R) Layard R, The case for psychological treatment centres (Health policy) 332:1030 (A), 1154 (L), 1155 (L) Layward L, see Chernajovsky Y 332:170 Le Cocq H, et al, The Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 4626 Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron BMJ Careers 332:204 Le Grice M, see Ironside JW 332:1186 leadership foundation year programmes competences (N Cooper, et al) BMJ Careers 332:46 general practice part 1 (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:63 (GP edition) part 2 (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:83 (GP edition) Landre F, see Koenig SP 332:602 Leaper DJ, et al, ABC of wound healing. Traumatic and surgical wounds 332:532 (P) Lear N, Lessons for doctors from Jewish philosophy (Personal view) 332:311 (R) learning see also education, medical consumer guide to e-learning (J Sandars, et al) BMJ Careers 332:106 foundation years (M Lajeunesse) BMJ Careers 332:16 globalist or analyst? bmjlearning.com 332:524 outcomes. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 332:771 practical rather than theoretical. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 332:1499 reusable objects. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 332:1193 Leask J, see Wallace C 332:146 Leask K, MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Healthcare Ethics and Law (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:9 Leavell NR, et al, Blowing smoke: British American Tobaccos air filtration scheme (Public health) 332:227 (A) Lee C, et al, Effect of hepatitis B immunisation in newborn infants of mothers positive for hepatitis B surface antigen: systematic review and meta-analysis 332:328 (S) Lee DKC, see Currie GP 332:1497 Lee J, et al, Transdiscal gas seen in the context of ankylosing spondylitis (Minerva) 332:186 (R) Lee LH, see Hsieh LL-C 332:696 Leen, Guillaume Lam Shang (Bill), Obituary (AE Clason) 332:1338 Lefford F, see Greenhalgh T 332:762 leg ulcers, venous: ABC of wound healing (JE Grey, et al) 332:347 (P) legal medicine see medicolegal medicine Legedza ATR, see Kaptchuk TJ 332:391 Legge JS, see Currie GP 332:1261 Legood R et al, Lifetime effects, costs, and cost effectiveness of testing for human papillomavirus to manage low grade cytological abnormalities: modelling study 332:79 (S) see Moss S 332:83 Lehman R, Diagnosis at all costs wont make Bentham turn in his grave 332:610 (L) Leidig M Aspirin will loom large in World Cup shindig 332:814 (N) Becker promotes condom use in Germany 332:812 (N) Coming in from the cold 332:508 (N) Russian woman may lose grandson conceived from dead sons frozen sperm 332:627 (N) Leimbach M, Daniel Isnt Talking (Books) 332:1159 (R) Lemoine N, see Chernajovsky Y 332:170 Lenhart A, see Kroeger A 332:1247 Lennon LT, see Ramsay SE 332:144 Lensing AWA, see Cohen AT 332:325 Lenzer J Antidepressants double suicidality in children, says FDA 332:626 (N) Company admits increase in suicidal behaviour in patients taking paroxetine 332:1175 (N) Conflicts of interest are common at FDA 332:991 (N) Doctors outraged at Patriot Acts potential to seize medical records 332:69 (N) Inhaled insulin is approved in Europe and United States 332:321 (N), 730 (L) Secret report surfaces: Pfizer was at fault in Nigerian drug tests 332:1233 (N) US agency launches initiative on better prescribing for hypertension 332:379 (N) US agency wants to limit lawsuits against drug manufacturers 332:196 (N) US cancer mortality falls for the first time 332:444 (N) When drug news is no news (TV) 332:919 (R), 1034 (L) Leonard J, Parent power 332:1301 Leong AC, The red sticker 332:648 Leong MJ, Exciting lessons 332:268 leprosy, Romania (M Leidig) 332:508 (N) Leschot NJ, see Franssen MTM 332:759 Leslie, Douglas Reginald Sturrock, Obituary (A Hauck, et al) 332:427 Lesslie, William Thomas, Obituary (J Lesslie) 332:123 Lesson of the week Anomalous origin of left coronary artery in young athletes with syncope (M Kumpf, et al) 332:1139 (P) Cushings syndrome without excess cortisol (DR Woods, et al) 332:469 (P) New football boots and toxic shock syndrome (CM Taylor, et al) 332:1376 (P) Normal skull suture variant mimicking intentional injury (P Weir, et al) 332:1020 (P) Opiate toxicity in patients with renal failure (BR Conway, et al) 332:345 (P), 488 (L) Parental suicide after the expected death of a child at home (DE Davies) 332:647 (P), 794 (L) Recurrent diabetic ketoacidosis after changing pen devices for insulin injection (VR Bhardwaj, et al) 332:1259 (P)

Secondary drowning in a patient with epilepsy (S Milne, et al) 332:775 (P) Syncope and falls due to timolol eye drops (ME M[0081]ller, et al) 332:960 Testicular tumour presenting as gynaecomastia (M Harris, et al) 332:837 (P) Ulcerative proctitis in men who have sex with men: an emerging outbreak (D Williams, et al) 332:99 (S) leucocoria, in 15 month old child (A Jayaprakasam, et al) (Minerva) 332:1162 (R) Levin E, see Downs M 332:692 Levin M, see Harnden A 332:1295 Levine S, see Hunkeler EM 332:259 Levitra, erectile dysfunction treatment (CN McMahon, et al) (Practice pointer) 332:589 (P) Levy J, Proteinuria, renal impairment, and death 332:1402 (E) Levy M, see Kroeger A 332:1247 Levy ML, et al, Should UK allergy services focus on primary care? 332:1347 (E) Lewis C, I am looking for information on post-graduate courses in traditional Chinese medicine that are suitable for UK medical practitioners as part of a VTS scheme, or alongside it. A variety of courses can be identified via the internet; does anyone have experience or knowledge of accredited training in this area? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:42 Lewis DM Patients get four choices for NHS treatments 332:180 (L) Referrals between consultants 332:490 (L) Lewis GH, et al, Partial smoking ban would worsen health inequalities 332:362 (L) Lewis H, et al, Indigenous hepatitis E virus infection in England and Wales 332:1509 (L) Lewis J, et al, Training in child and adolescent psychiatry for paediatric specialist registrars BMJ Careers 332:179 Lewis LS Call for shake up in NHS funding 332:973 (L) Lipid lowering drugs in diabetes 332:1272 (L) Lewis RQ, A new direction for NHS community services 332:315 (E) Lexchin J, et al, Commercial influence and the content of medical journals (Commercial bias in medical journals) 332:1444 (A) Leyland AH, see Belsky J 332:1476 Li D-K, et al, Use of a dummy (pacifier) during sleep and risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS): population based case-control study 332:18, 178 (L) Li K, see Kerr T 332:220 Libersa C, see Vaiva G 332:1241 Lichterman BL, Nerve Endings (Books) 332:308 (R) Liddell K, see Iversen A 332:165 lies, optimistic. Endpiece (JG Fairer) 332:1212 Liew G, et al, Fundoscopy: to dilate or not to dilate? 332:3 (E), 179 (L) life expectancy see also mortality AIDS, global inequality (D Dorling, et al) (HIV and global health) 332:662 (A) women, exceeds men even in poorest countries (A Barford, et al) 332:808 (E), 976 (L), 1095 (L) lifestyle, tortures that result from high living. Endpiece (JH Baron) 332:229 Light DW, see Lexchin J 332:1444 Light RW, see Bouros D 332:133 lightning injury, mistaken for fall (M Hocking) (Minerva) 332:128 Lilford R et al, Adjusting for treatment refusal in rationing decisions (Health policy) 332:542 (A) see Parry J 332:1005 Lilleng H, see Bekkelund SI 332:1193 Lilleyman, Professor Sir John, interview with (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:50 Lim ECH, et al, Physician, treat thyself 332:1323 Lim J, see Manuel DG 332:659, 1419 Lim M-K, Bird flu 332:913 (L) Lim WS et al, Pneumonia 332:1214 (L) see Hoare Z 332:1077 Lin EHB, see Hunkeler EM 332:259 Lind L, see Sundstrm J 332:878 Lip GYH, see Blann AD 332:215 lipids diabetes and lipid lowering overview: where are we? (JPD Reckless) 332:1103 (E) meta-analysis (J Costa, et al) 332:1115 (S), 1272 (L) lipoatrophy, after intramuscular corticosteroid injections (GW Elston, et al) (Minerva) 332:432 (R) Lipworth BJ, see Currie GP 332:1439, 1497 Liquid Based Cytology/Human Papillomavirus Cervical Pilot Studies Group, see Moss S 332:83 liquorice, cultivation in Mesopotamia. One hundred years ago 332:1021 Lishman G, Please do not resuscitate 332:609 (L) Lisi A, see Mastroiacova P 332:423 Lithell, Hans O, Obituary (I Koupil, et al) 332:182 Lithell H, see Sundstrm J 332:878 Little P, see Goossens H 332:1045 Liu K, see Houston TK 332:1064 Liu L, see Li D-K 332:18 liver transplantation, from non-heart beating donors (SA White, et al) 332:376 (E) Living Medical Tradition, exhibition explores diversity of medical traditions (C Rehwagen) 332:568 (N) living wills see advance directives Livingstone MBE, see Truby H 332:1309 Lloyd D, see Burke J 332:365 Lloyd M, see Parikh AR BMJ Careers 332:246 Lloyd ME, et al, One step forward in engaging clinicians in IT 332:305 (L) Lo B, HPV vaccine and adolescents sexual activity 332:1106 (E) Lob-Corzilius T, see Staab D 332:933 locum doctors see also doctors GP, starting out (D Mirza) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:115 (GP edition) Locum Doctor Survival Guide (Coull) (Books) BMJ Careers 332:186 Loebl W, Concealment is power 332:832 Loefler I Advice to science writers (Soundings) 332:1281 (R) Emerging infections (Soundings) 332:245 (R) How to halt the brain drain (Personal view) 332:921 (R) Lets be fair about equity and equality (Soundings) 332:735 (R) Logan CM, see Truby H 332:1309

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Loke YK, et al, Case reports of suspected adverse drug reactionssystematic literature survey of follow-up 332:335 (S), 488 (L), 666 (L) long-term care see also health services for the elderly Scotland charities laud free personal care for elderly (B Christie) 332:322 (N) free care runs into trouble (B Christie) 332:1470 (N) Securing Good Care for Older People overview (C Deeming, et al) 332:867 (E) summary (M Day) 332:810 (N) Longmore, Murray, Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine interview (K Chinthapalli) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:70 Lonnroth K, see Dewan PK 332:574 Looi YC, Guideline overload forgets the staff needed to implement them (Personal view) 332:1160 (R) Lopes-Martins RAB, see Bjordal JM 332:853 Lord JM, et al, Obesity, polycystic ovary syndrome, infertility treatment 332:609 (L) Lotrionte M, see Biondi-Zoccai GGL 332:202 Lough M, What the educators are saying 332:1450 (A) Louw SJ, see Stobbart L 332:1405 Low A, et al, Importance of relative measures in policy on health inequalities (Health economics) 332:967 (A) Low Anne, see Low A 332:967 low back pain see also pain acupressure and physical therapy overview (H Frost, et al) 332:680 (E) controlled trial (LL-C Hsieh, et al) 332:696 (S) diagnosis and treatment (BW Koes, et al) 332:1430 (C) low molecular weight heparin readmission after hysterectomy and (G Cook, et al) 332:819 (S) thromboprophylaxis for inpatients receiving palliative care: qualitative study (SIR Noble, et al) 332:577 (S), 728 (L), 729 (L) Low N, et al, Partner notification of chlamydia infection in primary care: randomised controlled trial and analysis of resource use 332:14 (S) Lowcay B, et al, Research postersthe way to display (2) BMJ Careers 332:29 Lowe D, see Birkhead J 332:1306 Lowrie S, see Ironside JW 332:1186 Lucassen A, et al, Implications of data protection legislation for family history (Ethics) 332:299 (A) Lund T, et al, Physical work environment risk factors for long term sickness absence: prospective findings among a cohort of 5357 employees in Denmark 332:449 (S) lung cancers, radiotherapy, outcome improvement (D Spurgeon) 332:1411 (N) Luxton T, see Conroy SP 332:479 Lyall EGH, see Menson EN 332:1183 Lydall G, et al, A year in South Africaa home for the lost tribe? BMJ Careers 332:174 lymphogranuloma venereum ulcerative proctitis in men who have sex with men overview (L Collins, et al) 332:66 (E) emerging outbreak (D Williams, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:99 (S) Lynch J, see Jackson R 332:617

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Ma R, Call for shake up in NHS funding 332:973 (L) McAlindon ME, see Sidhu R 332:528 Macalister, Ian, Obituary (PN Paterson-Brown, et al) 332:307 McAloon J, Disorders of sodium balance 332:854 (L) Macara A, Time for food industry to adopt signposting model 332:549 (L) Macartney, Fergus James, Obituary (B Anderson) 332:240 Macaulay, Alastair, Obituary (HH Gebbie) 332:1038 MacAuley D, Helping Patients Understand Risk (Books) 332:1040 (R) McAuley D, see Weir P 332:1020 McBain F, Make a difference to a charity BMJ Careers 332:76 McCaffery K, see Irwig L 332:1148 McCall PJ, see Kroeger A 332:1247 McCannon CJ, et al, Saving 100 000 lives in US hospitals (Quality improvement) 332:1328 McCardle LM, see Ironside JW 332:1186 MacCarthy, Brendan Francis, Obituary (M Johns, et al) 332:1038 McCarthy A, see Low N 332:14 McClusky J, Preventing coronary heart disease 332:793 (L) McColl K, et al, Project: Londonsupporting vulnerable populations (Primary care) 332:115 (A), 236 (L) McCollum C, see Purandare N 332:1119 McCoy R, I have a passion for HIV and infectious diseases and dream to be a specialist in this field. What pathways are there? I will be eligible for GMC registration soon (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:92 McCullough LB, see Chervenak FA 332:425 McDade G, Disorders of sodium balance 332:853 (L) McDermott L, see Hastings G 332:1210 McDonagh JE, et al, Lost in transition? Between paediatric and adult services 332:435 (E), 669 (L) Macdonald AJ, Cannabis and psychosis 332:303 (L) McDonald F, see Brown S BMJ Careers 332:183, 203 Macdonald IA, see Truby H 332:1309 McDonnell A, et al, Evaluating and implementing new services (Health policy) 332:109 (A), 305 (L) McDougall T, see Das AK 332:1334 McDowell SE et al, Systematic review and meta-analysis of ethnic differences in risks of adverse reactions to drugs used in cardiovascular medicine 332:1177 (S), 1335 (L), 1393 (L) see Ferner RE 332:1268 McElduff P, see Cook G 332:819 Macfarlane G, see Purandare N 332:1119 Macfarlane JJ, Rugby union should ban contested scrums 332:1391 (L) McGavin C, Do-it-yourself cardioversion 332:50 McGreal C, Aid withdrawal is bringing health service in Gaza to brink of collapse 332:1171 (N) McGregor, Roy, Kentish Town employment advisers (Z Kmietowicz) 332:258 (N) McGuire A, et al, More money for medical research 332:1285 (E) McHutchison JG, see Patel K 332:1013 McIntosh KM Camelford womans death is linked to poisoned water supply 332:992 (N) NHS trusts are using cash meant for sexual health services to balance their books 332:139 (N) MacIntyre CR, Bird flu 332:913 (L)

Macintyre D, Human rights group calls on Israel to save Palestinian health services 332:1231 (N) McIntyre E, see Lowcay B BMJ Careers 332:29 Macintyre S see Batty GD 332:580 MacKay A, see Kettlewell S 332:1423 McKee M see Coker R 332:85 see Gilmore AB 332:355 see Raine R 332:1226 Mackenzie DG Switching statins 332:1512 (L) et al, Mortality associated with delay in operation after hip fracture 332:1093 (L) et al, Prehospital parenteral penicillin for meningitis 332:1451 (L) et al, Preventing coronary heart disease 332:793 (L) Mackenzie G, Referral management centres 332:975 (L) MacKie R, see Kettlewell S 332:1423 McKinley RK, see Middleton JF 332:1238 McKinney PA, see Hepworth SJ 332:883 Mackinnon, Jacob, Obituary (P Hill) 332:307 McKinstry B, see Simm EA 332:669 McLean G, see Sutton M 332:389 MacLennan AH, see Gibson CS 332:76 Macleod J, see Low N 332:14 McMahon CN, et al, Treating erectile dysfunction when PDE5 inhibitors fail (Practice pointer) 332:589 (P) McManus RJ, see Mant J 332:635 McNally N, see Pollock AM 332:247 McNaney N, see Bell D 332:1286 MacNee W, ABC of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Pathology, pathogenesis, and pathophysiology 332:1202 (P) MacNeil SD, et al, Offering results to research participants 332:188 (E) McNeill A, see OConnor RJ 332:302 McPherson S et al, Interactive case report. An alcoholic patient who continues to drink case progression 332:98 (P) case outcome 332:276 (P) (correction, 396), 423 (L) case presentation 332:33 (P) MacRorie, Norman Dallas, Obituary (R MacRorie) 332:918 Madhok V, et al, Effectiveness and efficiency of different guidelines on statin treatment for preventing deaths from coronary heart disease: modelling study. Commentary: Cardiovascular risk estimation: important but may be inaccurate 332:1422 (S) Mhlen J, see Zahl P-H 332:727 Magbadelo, Camilla Maria (ne Rodrigues), Obituary (S Vogt) 332:55 Magennis S, The nursing professions coming of age 332:52 (L) magic, magical education (DK Sokol) (Personal view) 332:1399 (R) magnet therapy, proven benefits? (L Finegold, et al) 332:4 (E), 180 (L) magnetic resonance imaging, multiple sclerosis, diagnostic accuracy (P Whiting, et al) 332:875 (S), 1034 (L) Magri, Joseph, Obituary (OM Jonathan, et al) 332:427 Mahaffey PJ Dame Janets disappointments 332:1275 (L) Something old, something new in wound dressings 332:916 (L) Mahboob S, How do I apply for clinical attachmentsto the dean, consultant, or medical staffing? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:12 Mahon D, et al, Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease 332:236 (L) Mahon W, et al, Interactive case report. 70 year old man with scrotal swelling, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and renal lesions: case outcome. Commentary: Patients view 332:1199 (P) Maier M, Brains and mobile phones 332:864 (E) Main, John Mein, Obituary (MG Roberts) 332:1038 Main C, see Whiting P 332:875 Majeed A, see Cassell JA 332:332 Majumder B, see Kettlewell S 332:1423 malaria experts criticise World Bank (B Ravichandran) 332:1050 (N) treatment, subsides could save lives (JH Tanne) 332:569 (N) treatment of moderately severe malaria in children, safety and efficacy of rectal v. intramuscular quinine (H Barennes, et al) 332:1055 (S), 1216 (L) Malawi, missionary work for beginners (E Haberman) BMJ Careers 332:153 Malaysia, tips for overseas doctor (J Sherifi) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:198 Malik S Celebrating the Advice Zone BMJ Careers 332:182 Fair gain BMJ Careers 332:232 GPs with special interests BMJ Careers 332:133 (GP edition) Many heads make light of membership exams BMJ Careers 332:86 1 of 48 (Art) 332:734 (R) An OSCE actress (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:110 Study groups (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:87 malnutrition diarrhoea in children and (AR Bacqui, et al) 332:378 (E) programmes are most effective before age of 2 (J Zarocostas) 332:569 (N) Unicef warning of epidemic (P Moszynski) 332:1051 (N) malpractice see also complaints by patients; mistakes Ian Craft GMC finds no case to answer (O Dyer) 332:747 (N) GMC hears complaints (O Dyer) 332:567 (N) GPs facing removal from primary care trust lists may get legal representation (C Dyer) 332:197 (N) Howard Martin, further investigation into more deaths (C Dyer) 332:8 (N) Sir Roy Meadow appeal: media was unfair (C Dyer) 332:196 (N) should never have been brought before GMC (C Dyer) 332:439 (N) Amit Misra, lack of supervision by Trust (C Dyer) 332:135 (N) Rajeev Srivastava, lack of supervision by Trust (C Dyer) 332:135 (N) mammography overview (JM Dixon, et al) 332:499 (E), 728 (L) content of invitations for publicly funded screening mammography (KJ Jrgensen, et al) (Public health) 332:538 (A) management, Open University professional certificate (S Auty) BMJ Careers 332:65 Mandeville K, My life as a guinea pig (Personal view) 332:735 (R) Manjer J, see Zackrisson S 332:689 Mann, David Alexander (Sandy), Obituary (C Booth, et al) 332:857

Mannan K, see Al-Hakim WI 332:1227 mannequins, clinical work centre at Nottingham (J Bonner) BMJ Careers 332:48 Mansfield PR, et al, Blanket hepatitis B vaccination is questionable in India 332:976 (L) Mant D, see Harnden A 332:1295 Mant J, et al, Applicability to primary care of national clinical guidelines on blood pressure lowering for people with stroke: cross sectional study 332:635 (S), 793 (L) manual handling training, for doctors (R Hooke) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:201 Manuel DG et al, Effectiveness and efficiency of different guidelines on statin treatment for preventing deaths from coronary heart disease: modelling study 332:1419 (S) et al, Revisiting Rose: strategies for reducing coronary heart disease (Preventive medicine) 332:659 (A), 793 (L) Marchetti F, et al, Pneumonia 332:1213 (L) Marcovitch H, BMJ family highlights 332:104, 476, 653, 904, 1095, 1145, 1382 marijuana, use in early pregnancy increases childs cancer risk (R Dobson) 332:1292 (N) Mariotti R, see Coceani M 332:317 maritime medicine see naval medicine Marks N, Scientists seek chemical reaction from journalists (The Press) 332:242 (R) Marmot M, see Chandola T 332:521 marriage, hospitalisation increases partners risk of death (JH Tanne) 332:442 (N) Marsh R, Hard decisions will have to be made: view from intensive care 332:790 (A) Marshall T, see Burns-Cox CJ 332:855 Marteau T, et al, Behavioural medicine: changing our behaviour 332:437 (E) Martin, Howard, further investigation into more deaths (C Dyer) 332:8 (N) Martin, Margaret Melville Rae, Obituary (CE Fozzard) 332:554 Martin C Bio-bling: making jewellery from human tissue (Art) 332:243 (R) Freuds Sculpture (Art) 332:613 (R) The unkindest Cut: emasculated musicians (Art) 332:980 (R) The Welfare Show (Art) 332:430 (R) When flesh thinks (Art) 332:1517 (R) Martin J, see Kipping RR 332:120 Martin NM, et al, Inhaled insulin 332:1273 (L) Martnez-Fras M-L, see Bermejo E 332:424 Martyn C, Short cuts 332:105, 966 Mashta O, Work of staff grade doctors does not get proper recognition 332:383 (N) Maskell N, et al, Intrapleural streptokinase for pleural infection 332:552 (L) Mason, Gwyn Meirion, Obituary (RW Galloway) 332:857 Mason L, Endpiece. Not lucrative 332:169 Mason S see Iglesias C 332:1416 see Nixon J 332:1413 Masoud F, see Masoud MT 332:120 Masoud MT Diagnosis and treatment of multiple sclerosis 332:668 (L) How Islam changed medicine 332:120 (L) mass media chemicals campaign for journalists (N Marks) (The Press) 332:242 (R) disease awareness campaigns turn healthy people into patients (O Dyer) 332:871 (N) Masters A, Stuart: A Life Backwards (Books) 332:555 (R) Masterton G, Two decades on an ethics committee (Personal view) 332:615 (R), 730 (L) Mastroiacovo P, et al, The incidence of gastroschisis 332:423 (L) maternal health care, UK progress report (R Short) 332:1470 (N) maternal-child relations childrens perceptions of mothers breast cancer and its initial treatment (G Forrest, et al) 332:998 (S) palliative care, parents view of sons death (D Darnill, et al) 332:1494 (P) Mather D, The Team England cricket doctor (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:150 Mathers J, see Parry J 332:1005 Mathieu D, see Vaiva G 332:1241 Matthew RG, see Burke J 332:365 Mauffrey C, Postgraduate training in the United States: joining a residency programme as a foreign medical graduate BMJ Careers 332:155 Mavromaras K, et al, Promotion to hospital consultant: regression analysis using NHS administrative data 332:148 (S) maxillofacial surgery see also oral medicine career advice (S Kumar, et al) BMJ Careers 332:36 Maynard A, et al, Seven years of feast, seven years of famine: boom to bust in the NHS? (Health Service reform) 332:906 (A), 1096 (L), 1216 (L) Mayon-White R, see Harnden A 332:1295 Mayor S All change for funding of medical research in the United Kingdom 332:994 (N) Babies born after preimplantation genetic diagnosis need follow-up 332:254 (N) Cancer charity is to borrow candidate drugs shelved by companies 332:1112 (N) (correction, 1368) Conceptions in England and Wales are falling in women under 18 but rising overall 332:506 (N) Critically ill men in drug trial continue to improve 332:746 (N) Follow-up shows no adverse outcomes of CNEP in neonates 332:745 (N) Guidance does not require mandatory reporting of underage sex 332:872 (N) Inquiry into adverse events in trial blames drug, not study design 332:870 (N), 1035 (L) Many cancer networks are failing to improve services 332:193 (N) Men who became ill in drug trial improve 332:812 (N) New technique makes it easier to test for genetic conditions 332:1471 (N) NICE advocates community services for skin cancer patients 332:507 (N) NICE advocates computerised CBT 332:504 (N) NICE approves aromatase inhibitors for early breast cancer 332:1292 (N) NICE approves trastuzumab for early stage breast cancer 332:1409 (N) NICE calls for wider use of statins 332:256 (N)

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NICE recommends drugs for moderate Alzheimers disease 332:195 (N) Obesity in middle age is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease 332:71 (N) People considering laser eye surgery should be warned of risks, says NICE 332:746 (N) PLoS launches open access journal for trials 332:1174 (N) Prostate cancer patients get worse care than other cancer patients 332:139 (N) The public needs better understanding of drug regulation 332:990 (N) Regular exercise reduces risk of dementia and Alzheimers disease 332:137 (N) Report gives snapshot health research funding in the UK 332:1230 (N), 1510 (L) Review says oseltamivir and zanamivir should be kept for epidemics of flu 332:196 (N) Search engines increase online journal use more than open access 332:1353 (N) Severe adverse reactions prompt call for trial design changes 332:683 (N) Strategy launched to boost research in England 332:256 (N) Surgery journal bans authors who hide conflicts of interest 332:135 (N) UK report supports EU proposals to test drugs in children 332:322 (N) UK website publishes cardiac surgery survival rates 332:1049 (N) Mayor V, see Burns-Cox CJ 332:855 MB, baby boy should not be allowed to die (C Dyer) 332:685 (N) Mbokazi AJ, see Mhlongo SWP 332:1393 Meadow, Sir Roy appeal, media was unfair (C Dyer) 332:196 (N) expert witness immunity (C Dyer) 332:1229 (N) should never have been brought before GMC (C Dyer) 332:439 (N) Meagher A, see Janes SEJ 332:271 meals, family style mealtimes and quality of life, physical performance, and body weight of nursing home residents (KAND Nijs, et al) 332:1180 (S), 1334 (L) measles, mumps and rubella vaccine lawyers have had 1.3m from public funds (R Dobson) 332:383 (N) web based decision aid on parental attitudes (C Wallace, et al) 332:146 (S) medical mysteries, Medical Mysteries: The Testament of a Clinical Scientist (J Dickinson) (Books) 332:184 (R) medical records see also electronic medical records; personal child health records children: millennium cohort study findings (S Walton, et al) 332:269 (R) confidentiality, British publics views on use of identifiable data by National Cancer Registry (G Barrett, et al) 332:1068 (R) DH backing for Dr Foster venture (M Day) 332:197 (N) medicine art of. Endpiece (E Tullo) 332:1373 practice is becoming less fun (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:36 (GP edition) medicine, traditional, Chinese, severe hepatic injury and adulterated medicines 332:304 (L) medicolegal medicine Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine: progress at last (J Payne-James, et al) BMJ Careers 332:25 qualifications for doctors (J Gray, et al) BMJ Careers 332:184 Mediterranean spotted fever, in woman (E Heylen, et al) (Minerva) 332:862 (R) (correction, 1138) Meeran K, see Martin NM 332:1273 meetings, multidisciplinary meetings on rehabilitation wards or stroke units (A Salam) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:45 Meher S, see Duley L 332:463 Meijer CJ, see Berkhof J 332:237 melanoma, sentinel node status as prognostic factor (S Kettlewell, et al) 332:1423 (S) melatonin efficacy and safety for secondary sleep disorders overview (A Herxheimer) 332:373 (E) meta-analysis (N Buscemi, et al) 332:385 (S), 550 (L) Meldrum H, General practice under pressure (Visions of primary care in 2015) 332:46 (A) Melhuish E, see Belsky J 332:1476 Mellett, Peter George, Obituary (M Carruthers) 332:1396 Mellon AF, et al, Logical debate on problem based learning 332:550 (L) Mellon J, see Mellon AF 332:550 Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP), see also Royal College of General Practitioners new exam (P Hutt) BMJ Careers 332:199 (GP edition) Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) how to pass (S Brennan) BMJ Careers 332:85 Mendioroz J, see Bermejo E 332:424 meningococcal infections adolescence, risk and protective factors (J Tully, et al) 332:445 (S) parenteral penicillin before hospital admission overview (D Keeley) 332:1283 (E) case-control study (A Harnden, et al) 332:1295 (S), 1451 (L) systematic review (SJM Hahn, et al) 332:1299 (S) undiagnosed. A complaint that changed my practice (A Munno) 332:1092 menopause, Menopause the Musical (C Veltman) (Art) 332:124 (R) Menson EN, et al, Underdosing of antiretrovirals in UK and Irish children with HIV as an example of problems in prescribing medicines to children, 1997-2005: cohort study 332:1183 (S) Mental Capacity Act 2005, decision making capacity 332:118 (L), 119 (L), 237 (L) Mental Capacity Bill, framework for living wills (C Dyer) 332:623 (N) mental health Child and Adolescent Mental Health (L Hitchen) 332:1471 (N) Inner Worlds Outside: exhibition (S Dosani) (Art) 332:1517 (R) Mind over Matter (R Coombes) 332:194 (N) Proof (K Ali) (Film) 332:430 (R) special interest training for GPs (R Rao) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:2 Mental Health Bill England and Wales may be postponed (C Dyer) 332:444 (N) reforming law in England and Wales (N Eastman) 332:737 (E) UK government scraps (C Dyer) 332:748 (N) mentoring Coaching and Mentoring in Health and Social Care: the Essentials of Practice for Professionals and Organisations (Foster-Turner) BMJ Careers 332:80

interviews on good mentors (S Dosani) BMJ Careers 332:93, BMJ Careers 332:178 Kamran Abbasi on Richard Smith (P Cross) BMJ Careers 332:100 on phone (S Kersley) BMJ Careers 332:58 (GP edition) Mercer CH, see Cassell JA 332:332 Merck rofecoxib withdrawal heart attacks in first weeks of use (JH Tanne) 332:1114 (N) NEJM editor gives pretrial evidence (JH Tanne) 332:255 (N) US court makes $13.5m award (JH Tanne) 332:927 (N) violation of UK industry code of practice (O Dyer) 332:323 (N) Meric-Bernstam F, see Esquivel A 332:939 metabolic syndrome cardiovascular mortality prediction (J Sundstrm, et al) 332:878 (S), 1036 (L) chronic stress at work and (T Chandola, et al) 332:521 (R), 667 (L), 1153 (L) Metcalfe N, see Bhardwaj VR 332:1259 methadone see also heroin galactorrhoea and (J Bennett, et al) (Drug points) 332:1071 (R) too dangerous for opiate addiction? 332:53 (L) methamphetamine, US, epidemic hits middle America (JH Tanne) 332:382 (N) Metten, Anne Cecilia, Obituary (L Baker) 332:732 Mexico AIDS, HIV prevention in schools (D Walker, et al) 332:1189 (S) dengue vector control with curtains and water container covers treated with insecticide (A Kroeger, et al) 332:1247 (S) tobacco industry: doing wrong thing for right reason? (J Samet, et al) (Public health) 332:353 (A), 548 (L) Meyer P, see Vaiva G 332:1241 Mhlongo SWP, et al, Ethnic differences in risks of adverse reactions 332:1393 (L) Michaels JA, Improving NICEs social value judgements (Health policy) 332:48 (A) Mickan S, et al, What sort of evidence do we need in primary care? 332:619 (E) microbiology avian influenza, pandemic preparations (TH Pennington) (Avian influenza) 332:789 (A) postgraduate studies in India: exams to work in UK (A Wilson) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:102 middle age, white people are healthier in England than US (JH Tanne) 332:1047 (N) Middle East, bmj call for papers (C Rehwagen) 332:818 Middleton JF, et al, Effect of patient completed agenda forms and doctors education about the agenda on the outcome of consultations: randomised controlled trial 332:1238 (S) (correction, 1418) Middleton S, see Gattellari M 332:303 Midmer D, Screening for abuse of women (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:109 mifepristone, Australia, health minister stripped of right to veto (C Zinn) 332:441 (N) Mighell A, see Atkin P BMJ Careers 332:33 Mignini L, see Latthe P 332:749 migraine, diagnosis and management: recent advances (PJ Goadsby) 332:25 (C) Mild KH, see Hardell L 332:1035 Millar, Sam Porter, Obituary (J Millar) 332:1218 Millennium Cohort Study Child Health Group see Samad L 332:1312 see Walton S 332:269 Miller DH, Role of MRI in diagnosing multiple sclerosis 332:1034 (L) Miller K, Intensive time (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:222 Miller M, see Simonsen L 332:177 Mills G, see Kvalsvig AJ 332:1451 Millson DS, Ethnic differences in risks of adverse reactions 332:1393 (L) Millward DJ, see Truby H 332:1309 Milne AC, et al, Improved food intake in frail older people 332:1165 (E) Milne S, et al, Lesson of the week. Secondary drowning in a patient with epilepsy 332:775 (P) Minhas R New ethical framework for pharmaceutical physicians 332:1034 (L) NICE work 332:1394 (L) minor surgery, postgraduate diploma: setting one up (J Botting) BMJ Careers 332:6 (GP edition) Mirza D, Starting out as a GP locum (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:115 (GP edition) miscarriage see also abortion, induced management overview: spontaneous in first trimester (A Weeks, et al) 332:1223 (E) expectant, medical, or surgical? (J Trinder, et al) 332:1235 (S), 1454 (L) reproductive outcome after chromosome analysis (MTM Franssen, et al) 332:759 (S) (correction, 1012) misoprostol, induction of labour at term: comparison with prostaglandin gel (JM Dodd, et al) 332:509 (S) Misra, Amit, lack of supervision by Trust (C Dyer) 332:135 (N) Missen, George Anthony Knight (Tony), Obituary (AM Hanby, et al) 332:1456 mission statements, in general practice (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:229 (GP edition) missionary work, for beginners (E Haberman) BMJ Careers 332:153 mistakes see also malpractice; negligence; patient safety child abuse, Safeguarding Children course (R Coombes) 332:140 (N) fetal distress case (G Flynn) BMJ Careers 332:27 Mital D, Kaposis sarcoma lesions on penis (Minerva) 332:1400 (R) Mitchell CD, Harmful impact of EU clinical trials directive 332:666 (L) Mitchell P, see Liew G 332:3 Mitchell S, see Trewby P 332:913 Mitton C, see Peacock S 332:482 mobile medical teams, time to rethink? (EM Walsh) (Personal view) 332:59 (R), 179 (L) mobile phones see also telephones electromagnetic hypersensitivity overview (M Maier, et al) 332:864 (E) double blind randomised provocation study (GJ Rubin, et al) 332:886 (S)

glioma risk in adults (SJ Hepworth, et al) 332:883 (S), 1035 (L) just call me (JO Drife) (Soundings) 332:127 (R) lightning strike injuries 332:1513 (L) Mohammed F, Thats all I got handed over 332:610 (L) Mohammed MA, see Lilford R 332:542 Mohan V The art of portfolio general practice (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:116 (GP edition) Life as an expedition dive doctor (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:241 (GP edition) Mohanna K Education for lifeteaching medicine using art and humanities BMJ Careers 332:249 I am about to start year two of my anaesthetic rotation next month but have decided I want to be a GP. The earliest I would be eligible to take up a GP VTS post is in six months because I have just missed the last round of applications. I do not really want to do a full six months of anaesthetics until then, however. Please advise. (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:62 I am interested in returning to the UK. I graduated in 1988, completed GP training in 1992, and moved to the USA, where I have worked as a GP ever since. I have applied for salaried posts without much luck. Any other recommendations? How do I apply for the returner scheme? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:142, BMJ Careers 332:238 Is it possible to defer a GPVTS post after accepting it? I am going through a difficult pregnancy and would like to delay the start of my post (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:248 Moji K, see Nishikiori N 332:334 Moldavsky D, A way out for the conscientious objector: become a mental patient (Personal view) 332:1041 (R) Molina FS, see Chitty LS 332:452 Moll E, et al, Effect of clomifene citrate plus metformin and clomifene citrate plus placebo on induction of ovulation in women with newly diagnosed polycystic ovary syndrome: randomised double blind clinical trial 332:1485 (S) Mller H, et al, Rate of over-diagnosis of breast cancer 15 years after end of Malm mammographic screening trial: follow-up study. Commentary: Over-diagnosis in breast cancer screening 332:691 (S) Montaner J, see Kerr T 332:220 Montgomery K, How Doctors Think: Clinical Judgment and the Practice of Medicine (Books) 332:979 (R) Moon JC, et al, Switching statins 332:1344 (E), 1512 (L), 1513 (L) Moons KGM, see Rutten FH 332:1129 Moore E, HIV is changing the face of tropical medicine (Personal view) 332:1280 (R) Moore HJ, see Hooper L 332:752 Morabia A, The Medical Detective (Books) 332:1220 (R) Moran, Christopher, Obituary (E Moran, et al) 332:857 Morcom A, see Low N 332:14 Mordani JK, see Das SK 332:1198, 1199 Morgan D, see Lewis H 332:1509 Morgan F, A major medical decision 332:468 Morgan LL, Mobile phone use and risk of glioma in adults 332:1035 (L) Morgan LM, see Truby H 332:1309 Moriarty, Kieran, Irish Songs and Ballads (CD) BMJ Careers 332:40 (GP edition) Moriarty KJ, The 1918 influenza pandemic: a survivors tale 332:889 Morley V, Career tailoring in Lambeth BMJ Careers 332:189 (GP edition) Morreau P, see Kuschel CA 332:1510 Morris J et al, Decent health care for older people 332:1166 (E) see Purandare N 332:1119 Morris RW, see Ramsay SE 332:144 Morrison, Andrew William, Obituary (G Morrison) 332:1097 Morrison LJ, A memorable patient. Fear 332:448 Morrison WL, see Egred M 332:889 mortality see also life expectancy hip fractures, delay in operation and (A Bottle, et al) 332:947 (S), 1093 (L) mortality and morbidity meetings (W Gayed, et al) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:127 omega 3 fatty acids and: risks and benefits (L Hooper, et al) 332:752 (S), 915 (L) Sri Lanka, timing among internally displaced persons (N Nishikiori, et al) 332:334 (S) Morton-Eggleston E, et al, Inhaled insulin 332:1043 (E), 1273 (L) Moslems see under Islam Moss S et al, Effect of testing for human papillomavirus as a triage during screening for cervical cancer: observational before and after study 332:83 (S), 237 (L) see Legood R 332:79 Moszynski P Africa is ill equipped to fight a bird flu epidemic 332:380 (N) AIDS robs millions of their childhood 332:748 (N) Bird flu adds to Sudans woes 332:993 (N) Charity campaigners win radio awards 332:930 (N) Corruption in health care kills en masse 332:257 (N) One in four African children has to work 332:1112 (N) Rains fails to bring relief in Zimbabwe 332:72 (N) Rebuilding of Afghanistan is hampered by the Taliban 332:324 (N) Sudanese health ministers advocacy of condoms sparks controversy 332:1233 (N) Unicef warns of epidemic of childhood malnutrition 332:1051 (N) World Cup fever boosts fight against neglected diseases 332:1410 (N) Zambia scraps healthcare fees for poor rural people 332:813 (N) mother-child relations combining specialist registrar training with early parenthood (S Brown, et al) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:183 combining specialist registrar training with pregnancy (S Brown, et al) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:203 motivation, John Adsett interview (R Hooke) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:234 motivational deficiency disorder, new disease? (R Moynihan) 332:745 (N), 916 (L) mountaineering, training for mountain medicine (M Wilson) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:2 Moyes C, see Kettlewell S 332:1423 Moynihan R Expanding definitions of obesity may harm children 332:1412 (N) Hope or Hype (Books) 332:859 (R) Obesity task force linked to WHO takes millions from drug firms 332:1412 (N) Scientists find new disease: motivational deficiency disorder 332:745 (N), 916 (L)

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Mozart, Wolfgang, stress reduction in babies (R Dobson) 332:688 (N) Mrak P, Hamstring v patellar tendon autografts 332:1153 (L) Mudur G Doctors in India prosecuted for sex determination, but few convicted 332:257 (N) India will expand number of medical school places after protests 332:1291 (N) Indian doctors debate increased affirmative action for lower castes 332:931 (N) Indian firm to produce oseltamivir for developing countries 332:5 (N), 178 (L) Indian study sparks debate on the use of placebo in psychiatry trials 332:566 (N), 796 (L) Joint public-private initiative aims to boost public health in India 332:813 (N) Muggli ME, see Leavell NR 332:227 Muir AJ, see Patel K 332:1013 Muir KR, see Hepworth SJ 332:883 Muir R, see Mackenzie DG 332:1093 Muirhead D, see Christofides NJ 332:209 Mukamal KJ, see Tolstrup J 332:1244 Mukherjee A, et al, Estimated glomerular filtration rate needs UK consensus 332:794 (L) Mukherjee JS, see Koenig SP 332:602 Mller ME, et al, Lesson of the week, Syncope and falls due to timolol eye drops 332:960 Mullins C Great expectations BMJ Careers 332:209 (GP edition) Leadership in general practice: part 1 BMJ Careers 332:63 (GP edition) Leadership in general practice: part 2 BMJ Careers 332:83 (GP edition) Mission statements BMJ Careers 332:229 (GP edition) What makes general practice staff happy? BMJ Careers 332:179 (GP edition) Multi-Deanery Appointment Process see also foundation year programmes multiple disasters and problems? (S Khan, et al) BMJ Careers 332:98 online system for allocating posts (Z Kmietowicz) 332:625 (N) students view (N Koralage) (Personal view) 332:675 (R) multiple sclerosis diagnosis and treatment (TJ Murray) 332:525 (C), 668 (L) GP special interest (N Pimenta) BMJ Careers 332:23 (GP edition) magnetic resonance imaging: diagnostic accuracy (P Whiting, et al) 332:875 (S), 1034 (L) natalizumab: lessons (A Chaudhuri) (Drugs) 332:416 (A) multitasking, not without risk (JH Simpson, et al) BMJ Careers 332:178 Mumford C, The Medical Job Interview: Secrets for Success 2nd ed. (Books) BMJ Careers 332:80 Mungall MMB, see Dinnett EM 332:549 Munno A, A complaint that changed my practice 332:1092 Munro D, see Powis DA 332:1156 Munthe, Axel, The Story of San Michele (Soundings) 332:557 (R) Murphy J, see Trewby P 332:913 Murphy TF, On being downstream from faked scientific reports (Personal view) 332:674 (R) Murray BJ, Mental health legislation and decision making capacity 332:119 (L) Murray E, et al, Conscientious objection in medicine 332:425 (L) Murray LJ, see Lane LA 332:199 Murray TJ, Diagnosis and treatment of multiple sclerosis 332:525 (C), 668 (L) Murtagh MJ see Peacock S 332:482 see Stobbart L 332:1405 Muslims see Islam Mustard CA, see Manuel DG 332:659, 1419 myocardial infarction see also cardiovascular diseases; coronary disease specialty of admitting physician and hospital type on care and outcome (J Birkhead, et al) 332:1306 (S) myths, clinical (K Barraclough) (Soundings) 332:1341

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Nagot N, see Barennes H 332:1055 Naheed S, A medic and TV presenter (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:50 (GP edition) Naik SB Double trouble 332:1429 A memorable patient. Students forever 332:346 Naini FB, So, those who cant do it, teach it? 332:219 Nair P, see Lane LA 332:199 Nakas, Abdullah, Obituary (ME Black) 332:856 Naltrexone, problems in pain management (AP Vickers, et al) 332:132 (E) Nam BH, see Kaptchuk TJ 332:391 Nambisan K, The Hills of Angheri (Books) 332:429 (R) name badges, Doctor who? Advice that shaped my practice (C Essex) 332:583, 796 (L) Namibia, polio outbreak (P Sidley) 332:1408 (N) Nandan N, see Rai S 332:795 Naples, fashionable successions and popular rages. Endpiece (JH Baron) 332:265 Napster, Napsterisation of learning. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 332:652 Narayan G, A memorable patient. A rank offence 332:851 Narayan K, Non-European doctors and change in UK policy 332:914 (L) natalizumab, in multiple sclerosis: lessons (A Chaudhuri) (Drugs) 332:416 (A) Natarajan R, Making the most of online and in hospital training courses (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:245 Nathanson V, Healthcare crisis in Gaza: the BMA responds 332:1336 (L) National Audit of Myocardial Infarction Project (MINAP) Steering Group, see Birkhead J 332:1306 National Audit Office The Provision of Out of Hours Care in England (A ODowd) 332:1113 (N) Tackling Child Obesity (A Cole) 332:505 (N) National Evaluation of Sure Start Research Team, see Belsky J 332:1476 National Health Service see also private finance initiative appeals to all sections of society (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:19 Cameron commits Tory party to an NHS that is free to all (F van Emmerik) 332:70 (N) child care (J Sladden) BMJ Careers 332:37 (GP edition)

creative destruction (C Ham) 332:984 (E) Nigel Crisp, resignation amid financial pressures (R Coombes) 332:565 (N) Designing the New NHS (D Singh) 332:1353 (N) discrimination: Surinder Sharma interview (C White) 332:874 (N) energy consciousness (M Day) 332:382 (N) funding deficit doubles (A ODowd) 332:1411 (N) extra money: gone on pay rises (A ODowd) 332:319 (N) job cuts as financial crisis deepens (M Day) 332:743 (N), 914 (L), 1394 (L) reform group calls for shake up (L Eaton) 332:813 (N), 973 (L) remain funded by tax (A ODowd) 332:1050 (N) seven years of feast, seven years of famine: boom to bust? (A Maynard, et al) (Health Service reform) 332:906 (A), 1096 (L), 1216 (L) turning around deficit (C Ham) 332:131 (E), 363 (L) government favours creative destruction (A ODowd) 332:814 (N) information technology national programme computer scientists call for audit (M Cross) 332:930 (N) English task force to hasten electronic records (M Cross) 332:1467 (N) GPs leader sets conditions for electronic records (M Cross) 332:627 (N) patients who do not want their information shared will have to opt out (M Cross, et al) 332:383 (N) roughly to timetable (M Cross) 332:1408 (N) trusts fined because they cannot spare staff (M Cross) 332:1353 (N) jobs website (R Hooke) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:211 management, working with NHS managers (F Keaney) BMJ Careers 332:63 NHS: The Musical (P Brown) (Theatre) 332:1279 patient satisfaction with care: growing (A Cole) 332:1292 (N) performance, have targets improved performance? (G Bevan, et al) (Health policy) 332:419 (A) reimbursement of patients treated abroad because of delays (C Dyer) 332:1175 (N) separation from direct government involvement (L Jader) (Personal view) 332:1518 (R) Wales, 32m deficit (R Dobson) 332:930 (N) National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence Alzheimers disease, cholinesterase inhibitors recommended (S Mayor) 332:195 (N) aromatase inhibitors for early breast cancer (S Mayor) 332:1292 (N) Breast Cancer (Early) (S Mayor) 332:1292 (N) Depression and Anxiety (S Mayor) 332:504 (N) doctors could help 165 000 more smokers to quit (B Ravichandran) 332:811 (N) how NICE may be outflanked (RE Ferner) (Resource allocation) 332:1268 (A), 1394 (L) how to put guidelines into practice (K Walsh) (bmjlearning.com) 332:143 Improving Outcomes for People with Skin Tumours Including Melanoma (S Mayor) 332:507 (N) Photorefractive (Laser) Surgery for the Correction of Refractive Error (S Mayor) 332:746 (N) review of recommendations: 1999-2005 (J Raftery) (Resource allocation) 332:1266 (A), 1394 (L) (correction, 333:137) social value judgements (JA Michaels) (Health policy) 332:48, 48 (A) trastuzumab approval for early stage breast cancer (S Mayor) 332:1409 (N) wider use of statins (S Mayor) 332:256 (N) National Institutes of Health, scientists urge overhaul of clinical trials to restore confidence (M Day) 332:991 (N) National Patient Safety Association, Sir John Lilleyman interview (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:50 National Portrait Gallery, A Picture of Health (L Eaton) 332:1291 (N) Naughton MT, see Crummy F 332:961 nausea, etymology. When I use a word (J Aronson) 332:1271 naval medicine, career advice (K Sritharan) BMJ Careers 332:146 Nawaz S, see De Souza B BMJ Careers 332:128 Nayak S, Blind obedience 332:160 Nazem AG, see McCannon CJ 332:1328 Neale G, et al, Rise and demise of the hospital 332:52 (L) neckties, disease spreading doctors (M Day) 332:442 (N) neglected diseases developing countries: great medicines scandal (T Richards) 332:1345 (E) World Cup airline tax boost (P Moszynski) 332:1410 (N) negligence see also mistakes corporate manslaughter charges in NHS (A Samanta, et al) 332:1404 (E) Neilson A, see Walker GM 332:1363 Neilson JP, et al, Optimising prenatal diagnosis of Downs syndrome 332:433 (E) (correction, 701) Nel M, see Das SK 332:899, 959, 1198, 1199 Nelson, Maurice Gerald, Obituary (JM Bridges, et al) 332:182 Nelson A, see Noble SIR 332:577 Nelson EA see Iglesias C 332:1416 see Nixon J 332:1413 Nelson WE, see Conway BR 332:345 neoadjuvant treatment, early breast cancers: ABC of breast diseases (IE Smith, et al) 332:223 (P) neonatal cutaneous lupus, (W Dennes, et al) (Minerva) 332:676 (R) neonatal lupus erythematosus, not always benign 332:796 (L) Nepal, doctors in democracy protests (KR Pandey) 332:931 (N) Nesbitt K, Effectiveness of hip protectors 332:729 (L) Ness AR, see Hooper L 332:752 Netherlands adolescence, ecstasy and symptoms of anxiety (AC Huizink, et al) 332:825 (S) alcohol drinking, adolescence campaign launch (T Sheldon) 332:6 (N) alternative medicine, doctors suspended (T Sheldon) 332:929 (N) cannabis and hard drugs adoption (T Sheldon) 332:197 (N) education, challenges of training doctors (AJJA Scherpbier) (Medical education) 332:1504 (A) euthanasia, remanded doctor wins record damages (T Sheldon) 332:443 (N) heart surgery data published (T Sheldon) 332:1049 (N) insurance company will pay doctors to prescribe cheap drugs (T Sheldon) 332:254 (N)

uninsured are denied hospital care (T Sheldon) 332:1293 (N) nursing homes, family style mealtimes and quality of life (KAND Nijs, et al) 332:1180 (S), 1334 (L) smoking, doctors campaign for ban in hospitality industry (T Sheldon) 332:746 (N) stem cell treatment warning (T Sheldon) 332:1232 (N) Netlines see also internet (H Brown) 332:58 (R), 370 (L), 673 (R), 1160 (R), 1340 (R) Neumann PJ, see Bell CM 332:699 neural tube defects, folic acid and, public consultation on compulsory folate fortification (R Short) 332:873 (N) neuropsychiatric functioning, traumatic brain injuries 332:118 (L) neurotropic viruses cerebral palsy and overview (E Alberman, et al) 332:63 (E) case-control study (CS Gibson, et al) 332:63 (E) New England Journal of Medicine editor gives pretrial evidence in Vioxx case (JH Tanne) 332:255 (N) stands by criticism of Vioxx study (JH Tanne) 332:505 (N) New J, see Mukherjee A 332:794 new jobs, things youre too embarrassed to ask (R Hooke, et al) BMJ Careers 332:97 New Zealand complaints by patients and compensation 332:1095 (L) work experience (E Welch) BMJ Careers 332:165 Newdick C, et al, The effect on patients rights of private commissioning of NHS services (Personal view) 332:126 (R) Ng KJ, see Das SK 332:899, 959, 1198, 1199 Nicholl DJ, Guantanamo: a call for action 332:854 (L) Nicholl JP, Health research funding 332:1510 (L) Nicholls JC, Dr No 332:898 Nicolaides KH, see Chitty LS 332:452 nicorandil, gastrointestinal ulcers and (M Egred, et al) (Drug points) 332:889 (S) Nigeria, clinical trials, Pfizer was at fault in drug tests (J Lenzer) 332:1233 (N) night shifts see shift work Nijs KAND, et al, Effect of family style mealtimes on quality of life, physical performance, and body weight of nursing home residents: cluster randomised controlled trial 332:1180 (S), 1334 (L) Nimmo G, see Simpson JH BMJ Careers 332:178 Ninis N, see Harnden A 332:1295 Nisbet AC, Intramuscular gluteal injections in the increasingly obese population: retrospective study 332:637 (S), 795 (L) Nishikiori N, et al, Timing of mortality among internally displaced persons due to the tsunami in Sri Lanka: cross sectional household survey 332:334 (S) Nitch-Smith H, Merits of a convoluted career path (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:135, BMJ Careers 332:178 Nixon J et al, Randomised, controlled trial of alternating pressure mattresses compared with alternating pressure overlays for the prevention of pressure ulcers: PRESSURE (pressure relieving support surfaces) trial 332:1413 (S) (correction, 333:30) see Iglesias C 332:1416 Nizard RS, see Biau DJ 332:995 Nobili V, see Vento S 332:374 Noble D, Surviving night shifts (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:7 Noble DW, see Vale L 332:1401 Noble S, see Lane LA 332:199 Noble SIR, et al, Acceptability of low molecular weight heparin thromboprophylaxis for inpatients receiving palliative care: qualitative study 332:577 (S), 728 (L), 729 (L) Nolan F, see Killaspy H 332:815 nomenclature name of the illness. Endpiece (HM Worthington) 332:1070 whats in a name. Endpiece (HM Worthington) 332:1311 non-Hodgkins lymphoma, 1 of 48 (S Malik) (Art) 332:734 (R) non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs atherosclerosis risk: meta-analysis of randomised trials (PM Kearney, et al) 332:1302 (S), 1451 (L), 1452 (L) related risk of vascular events (HE Vonkerman, et al) (Practice pointer) 332:895 (P) Norfolk GA, see Payne-James JJ BMJ Careers 332:25 Norfolk and Norwich NHS trust, losing out to private investors (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1051 (N) Norman GR, Admissions processes for five year medical courses at English schools: review. Commentary: Standardising the process versus improving the methods 332:1008 (S) Norman R, see Lord JM 332:609 Normand C, New term may be needed for data categorisation 332:1216 (L) Normand S-LT, see Choudhry NK 332:141 Norris J, see Bastawrous A BMJ Careers 332:18 Northwick Park Hospital, London TGN1412 trial overview (M Goodyear) 332:677 (E) summary (S Mayor) 332:683 (N) agency criticises drug trial (M Day) 332:1290 (N) men continue to improve (S Mayor) 332:746 (N), 812 (N) inquiry blames drug not design (S Mayor) 332:870 (N) MHRA criticisms (M Day) 332:677 (E) payment has strings attached (O Dyer) 332:990 (N) Norway, research fraud, researcher admits fake data (L Eaton) 332:193 (N) Nottingham University Medical School, predicting strugglers: case study (J Yates, et al) 332:1009 (S) Nunn A, see Maskell N 332:552 nursing epilepsy and supplementary nurse prescribing (PG Hosking) 332:2 (E) extended prescribing, professions coming of age 332:51 (L), 52 (L) fast track medical school programme for newly qualified nurse (R Charlton) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:188 rise and demise of hospitals 332:52 (L) tips for doctors (M Vouros, et al) (tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:223 nursing homes cardiopulmonary resuscitation: time for a rethink? (SP Conroy, et al) (Controversy) 332:479 (A), 608 (L) (correction, 701), 609 (L) enhanced psychosocial care and antipsychotic use in severe dementia (J Fossey, et al) 332:752 (S) nutrition see also vitamin supplements elderly, improved food intake in frail people (AC Milne, et al) 332:1165 (E)

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Oakley A, et al, Process evaluation in randomised controlled trials of complex interventions (Health services research) 332:413 (A) Oates TM, More on pneumonia 332:1333 (L) obesity children development in adolescence: ethnically and socioeconomically diverse longitudinal study (J Wardle, et al) 332:1130 (S) expanding definitions may harm children (R Moynihan) 332:1412 (N) sugary drinks (bmjupdates) 332 (22 April 2006) Tacking Child Obesity (A Cole) 332:505 (N) intramuscular gluteal injections (AC Nisbet) 332:637 (S), 795 (L) middle age, risk factor for cardiovascular diseases (S Mayor) 332:71 (N) WHO task force takes millions from drug firms (R Moynihan) 332:1412 (N) women with polycystic ovary syndrome and treatment for infertility? (AH Balen, et al) 332:434 (E), 609 (L) objective structured clinical examinations see also examinations actresss experiences (S Malik) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:110 OBrien, Donagh Declan, Obituary (D OBrien, et al) 332:1218 observerships, endocrine surgery: process? (A Poole) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:132 obstetrics staff grade entitlement for sessions of administration or nonclinical commitments (R Gupta) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:164 staffing, UK trainee doctors spurn (M Brettingham) 332:323 (N) obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome, didgeridoo (MA Puhan, et al) 332:266 (S) OCarroll R, see Downs M 332:692 occupational health see also work faking happiness can make you ill (K Duke) 332:747 (N) occupational medicine arsenic leak: major medical decision (F Morgan) 332:468 chronic stress at work and metabolic syndrome: prospective study (T Chandola, et al) 332:521 (R), 667 (L), 1153 (L) Occupied Palestinian Territory, street addresses and middle names: uploading problems (R Giacaman) (Personal view) 332:556 (R) Ochoa M, see Kroeger A 332:1247 OConnor RJ, et al, How did UK cigarette makers reduce tar to 10 mg or less? 332:302 (L) ODonaghue D, see Mukherjee A 332:794 Odouli R, see Li D-K 332:18 ODowd A Cost of out of hours care was 22% higher than predicted in England 332:1113 (N) Doctors charged with ensuring dignity for older patients 332:993 (N) Foundation trusts turn in strong financial performance 332:686 (N) Government favours creative destruction of the NHS 332:814 (N) Half of extra money for the NHS has gone on pay rises 332:319 (N) Healthcare Commission to review independent treatment centres 332:1050 (N) Keep community hospitals open, primary care trusts told 332:873 (N) NHS deficit doubles to 512m, but true figure may be higher 332:1411 (N) NHS should remain funded by tax 332:1050 (N) Non-European doctors feel penalised by change in UK policy 332:744 (N), 913 (L), 914 (L), 1033 (L) Surgeons claim independent centres produce poor results 332:623 (N) Surgeons may need to work from chambers to meet local demand 332:688 (N) Three hospital PFI schemes delayed while government looks at their cost 332:196 (N) Three quarters of indebted trusts are cutting staff 332:256 (N) off-pump coronary bypass surgery, effect on clinical, angiographic, neurocognitive, and quality of life outcomes (S Al-Ruzzeh, et al) 332:1365 (S) Offit P, The Cutter Incident: How Americas First Polio Vaccine Led to the Growing Vaccine Crisis (Books) 332:733 (R) Ogilvy, Andrew James, Obituary (AJ Fox) 332:493 OGorman C, see Higgins M BMJ Careers 332:213 OHalloran PD, Effectiveness of hip protectors 332:729 (L) Okosieme OE, Hypertension and ethnic group 332:974 (L) Oldroyd JC, Benefits of family mealtimes for nursing home residents 332:1334 (L) Oliver D Ethics committees 332:730 (L) see Morris J 332:1166 Olsen N, see Macara A 332:549 Olsen S, see Neale G 332:52 OMay F, see Gill JS 332:302 omega 3 fatty acids mortality, cardiovascular disease, and cancer (L Hooper, et al) 332:752 (S), 915 (L) oily fish and (E Brunner) 332:739 (E) risks and benefits, for mortality, cardiovascular disease, and cancer (L Hooper, et al) 332:752 (S), 915 (L) OMorain C, see Sebastian S 332:1511 on call see also out of hours care advice (M Freeman) BMJ Careers 332:199 communication with consultants (D Srivastava) BMJ Careers 332:189 from home (M Freeman) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:200 oncology see also cancers with clinical pharmacology, career advice (R Camidge, et al) BMJ Careers 332:43 ONeill, Pauline (ne Ripley), Obituary (I Phillips) 332:918 ONeill D, see Tuite H 332:548 ONeill P, Is there funding available for medical students who are experiencing financial difficulty? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:12 Ong C-K, Let Ruth into palliative medicine 332:462 Oosterhuis W, see Coebergh JWW 332:665 open access publishing see also publishing search engines increase online journal use more than (S Mayor) 332:1353 (N) ophthalmology career advice for salaried GP (S Burnett) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:122

Raymond Brown interview (RS Thampy, et al) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:90 opiate toxicity, patients with renal failure (BR Conway, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:345 (P), 488 (L) Opmeer BC, see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 oral medicine see also maxillofacial surgery career advice (P Atkin, et al) BMJ Careers 332:33 Oram SH, A memorable patient. Sticking with tradition 332:766 Orduez-Garca PO, et al, Cuba: better care for stroke 332:551 (L) OReilly D, see Kingsnorth A 332:1072 organ transplantation audit of intensive care records and potential for donation (K Barber, et al) 332:1124 (S), 1274 (L) China, rules do not go far enough (J Parry) 332:810 (N) Israel, must show organ is legal (J Siegel-Itzkovich) 332:687 (N) ORiordan B, see Tokode M 332:610 Ornstein E, see Atroshi I 332:1473 orphan drugs, Europe, development is too slow (R Dobson) 332:506 (N) Orr, Charles James Kirkpatrick, Obituary (I Orr, et al) 332:671 orthopaedic surgery career advice (Q Bismil, et al) BMJ Careers 332:229 hip replacement in France after internet search (M Clark) (Personal view) 332:1101 (R) orthopaedics, palliative care role (WI Al-Hakim, et al) 332:1227 (E) Osborne DC, see Lewis GH 332:362 OSCE see objective structured clinical examinations oseltamivir India, production for developing countries (G Mudur) 332:5 (N), 178 (L) influenza epidemics: review (S Mayor) 332:196 (N) uncertainty over use after 13 year old dies (J Parry) 332:5 (N) OShea J, Thoughts about working in Australia (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:145, BMJ Careers 332:238 Osman S, Jerusalem Arabs have higher rate of heart attacks than Jews, study finds 332:1113 (N) Osmun WE, Dame Janets disappointments 332:1275 (L) osteoarthritis diclofenac gel provides modest pain relief (bmjupdates) 332 (11 February 2006) (DJ Hunter, et al) 332:639, 852 (L) osteochondroma, under nail on great toe (R Winterton, et al) (Minerva) 332:616 (R) osteogenesis imperfecta, bone growth estimation (D Chakravarty, et al) (Minerva) 332:802 (R) Ostergren MR, see Browne K 332:485 out of hours care see also on call cost was 22% higher than predicted in England (A ODowd) 332:1113 (N) overseas doctors see international medical graduates Overvad K, see Tolstrup J 332:1244 ovulation, clomifene citrate plus metformin: effect on ovulation induction in polycystic ovary syndrome (E Moll, et al) 332:1485 (S) Owen D, et al, Pneumonia 332:1213 (L), 1333 (L), 1334 (L) Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine, interview with Murray Longmore (K Chinthapalli) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:70 oxygen, treatment at home (GJ Gibson) 332:191 (E)

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Pace V, et al, Prophylactic heparin in palliative care 332:728 (L) PACES. see Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills pacifiers see dummies Padbury RTA, see Bampton PA 332:1320 Padfield PL, see Reynolds RM 332:702 Padhan P, Rectal quinine for malaria 332:1216 (L) Padmanabhan B, Role of MRI in diagnosing multiple sclerosis 332:1034 (L) paediatrics, Maire Cooney on her mentor Dr Syme (M Cooney) BMJ Careers 332:130 Pai SA, The Hills of Angheri (Books) 332:429 (R) pain see also analgesia; knee pain; low back pain can fetuses feel pain? (SWG Derbyshire) (Controversy) 332:909 (A), 1036 (L) difficult: ABC of palliative care (L Colvin, et al) 332:1081 (P) Naltrexone and problems in pain management (AP Vickers, et al) 332:132 (E) special interest in pain control and palliative care (S Auty) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:62 Pakistan earthquake rebuilding from the rubble (D Cohen) 332:10 (N) volunteers experiences (I Anwar) BMJ Careers 332:161 Pal SN, see Couper MR 332:1393 Palestinian West Bank aid withdrawal is bringing Gaza health service to brink of collapse (C McGreal) 332:1171 (N), 1276 (L), 1336 (L) armed conflict and access to emergency health care (MJH Rytter, et al) 1276 (L), 332:1122 (S), 1275 (L), 1276 (L) human rights group calls on Israel to save health services (D Macintyre) 332:1231 (N) Paling J, Helping Patients Understand Risk: 7 Simple Strategies for Successful Communication (Books) 332:1040 (R) palliative care see also death ABC of palliative care Difficult pain (L Colvin, et al) 332:1081 (P) Principles of control of cancer pain (M Fallon, et al) 332:1022 (P) assisted suicide and (B Ravichandran) 332:993 (N) diploma (S Auty) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:45 (GP edition) factors influencing death at home in terminally ill patients with cancer: systematic review (B Gomes, et al) 332:515 (S) (correction, 1012), 668 (L) low molecular weight heparin thromboprophylaxis (SIR Noble, et al) 332:577 (S), 728 (L), 729 (L) parents view of sons death (D Darnill, et al) 332:1494 (P) The Philosophy of Palliative Care: Critique and Reconstruction (Randall, et al) (Books) 332:800 (R) role of orthopaedics (WI Al-Hakim, et al) 332:1227 (E) Ruth (C-K Ong) 332:462 what medicines really about (KH Khan) 332:776 Palmer I, Will joining one of the reservist organisations (such as the Territorial Army) as a junior doctor have any negative impact on my future career? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:42 Palmer N, et al, Contracting out health services in fragile states (Health policy) 332:718 (A)

Panagiotakos DB, et al, Passive smokings role in diabetes 332:1044 (E) Pancevski B Parents vigil ends in tragedy after mix-up in identities of car crash victims 332:1410 (N) Swiss child has successful bone marrow transplant from saviour sibling after treatment in Belgium 332:1352 (N) Swiss judge orders HIV positive woman to disclose partners names 332:809 (N) Woman takes Polish government to court over denial of abortion 332:382 (N) pancreatitis, acute, review (A Kingsnorth, et al) 332:1072 (C) Pandey KR, Doctors in Nepal take part in democracy protests 332:931 (N) Pandya R, see Buscemi N 332:385 panic disorder, review (CB Taylor) 332:951 (C), 1094 (L) Panja AS Medical Mysteries (Books) 332:184 (R) The nursing professions coming of age 332:52 (L) Papacosta O, see Ramsay SE 332:144 Papagiannis A, The nursing professions coming of age 332:52 (L) paracetamol local reactions to DTaP vaccine (bmjupdates) 332 (1 April 2006) with methionine 332:795 (L) parental suicide, after expected death of child at home (DE Davies) (Lesson of the week) 332:647 (P), 794 (L) parents, measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, web based decision aid and parental attitudes (C Wallace, et al) 332:146 (S) Parikh AR, et al, How health informatics will revolutionise medicine (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:246 Parker M, see Lucassen A 332:299 Parker MJ, et al, Effectiveness of hip protectors for preventing hip fractures in elderly people: systematic review 332:571 (S), 729 (L) Parkinson, Thomas (Tom) John, Obituary (CJS Duff) 332:1338 Parmentier H, see Aquilina C 332:608 Parr R, see Allen D BMJ Careers 332:192 Parrott S, see Coulton S 332:511 Parry J Children in Turkey die after contracting avian flu 332:67 (N) Chinese rules on transplantation do not go far enough 332:810 (N) Cloning pioneer denies intentionally falsifying results 332:138 (N) Korean cloning studies were fakes 332:67 (N) Korean stem cell pioneer resigns 332:7 (N) Scientist is cleared of misconduct but is accused of misbehaviour 332:382 (N) Turkey reports more cases as Asia prepares for bird flu 332:136 (N) Uncertainty still surrounds oseltamivir after 13 year old dies 332:5 (N) et al, Admissions processes for five year medical courses at English schools: review 332:1005 (S), 1156 (L) Parsons A et al, Bilateral bipartite patellas after stepping machine use (Minerva) 332:922 see Parry J 332:1005 partner notification, chlamydia, in primary care: analysis of resource use (N Low, et al) 332:14 (S) Partridge J, From burns unit to boardroom (Patients journey) 332:956 (P) passive smoking see also smoking BAT air filtration scheme (NR Leavell, et al) (Public health) 332:227 (A) glucose intolerance among young adults and: CARDIA study (TK Houston, et al) 332:1064 (R) (correction, 1298) role in diabetes (DB Panagiotakos, et al) 332:1044 (E) Patel, Anilkumar (Anil), Obituary (K Somers) 332:1456 Patel B, see Rees J 332:593 Patel G, Hello Kittygoodbye career BMJ Careers 332:143, BMJ Careers 332:238 Patel GK, et al, ABC of wound healing. Uncommon causes of ulceration 332:594 (P) Patel K, et al, Diagnosis and treatment of chronic hepatitis C infection 332:1013 (C) Patel Mrs, Interactive case report. A 28 year old postpartum woman with right sided chest discomfort: case outcome. Commentary: Patients experience 332:644 (P) Patel R, see Low N 332:14 paternity leave, entitlement during GP registrar post (S Burnett) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:142 pathology, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:58 (R), 370 (R) patient advocacy, UK drug companies must disclose funding (M Day) 332:69 (N) patient agendas in primary health care overview (W Hamilton, et al) 332:1225 (E) effect of patient completed agenda forms and consultation outcome (JF Middleton, et al) 332:1238 (S) (correction, 1418) patient choice four choices for NHS treatments (R Coombes) 332:8 (N) (correction, 396), 136 (L) good quality monitoring is crucial for informed choice 332:118 (L) screening: implications for evaluation (L Irwig, et al) (Screening and choice) 332:1148 (A) whats so new? (PJ Steer) (Personal view) 332:981 (R) patient participation see also decision making research offering results (SD MacNeil, et al) 332:188 (E) qualitative study of participants views 332:206 (S), 549 (L) systemic lupus erythematosus (J Robinson) 332:1374 (P) patient rights Bradford NHS Trust: Panorama (N Bundred) (TV) 332:858 (R) private commissioning of NHS services and (C Newdick, et al) (Personal view) 332:126 (R) patient safety see also mistakes basic guide (A Hoyle) BMJ Careers 332:26 culture, and leadership (S Peskett, et al) BMJ Careers 332:194 fetal distress case (G Flynn) BMJ Careers 332:27 interaction with colleagues (S Uddin) BMJ Careers 332:28 Sir John Lilleyman interview (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:50 patient satisfaction, NHS care: growing (A Cole) 332:1292 (N) patients bipolar expedition (SG Johnston) (Patients journey) 332:30 burns unit to boardroom (J Partridge) (Patients journey) 332:956 (P)

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with great expectations (C Mullins) BMJ Careers 332:209 (GP edition) palliative care: parents view (D Darnill, et al) 332:1494 (P) patient-led NHS? (DM Jelley) (Personal view) 332:1221 (R) personal health care access is limited (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:105 Patnick J, see Moss S 332:83 Patrono C, see Kearney PM 332:1302 Patsopoulos NA, et al, Origin and funding of the most frequently cited papers in medicine: database analysis 332:1061 (S) Patterson M, see Bismil Q BMJ Careers 332:229 Pattman R, et al, eds, Oxford Handbook of Genitourinary Medicine, HIV , and AIDS (Books) BMJ Careers 332:213 (GP edition) Paul, Robert Thomas, Obituary (J Quarrie) 332:857 Paul J, Effectiveness of discontinuing antibiotic treatment after three days versus eight days in mild to moderate-severe community acquired pneumonia: randomised, double blind study. Commentary: What is the optimal duration of antibiotic therapy? 332:1358 (S) Payne-James J, et al, Forensic and legal medicinea new faculty: progress at last BMJ Careers 332:25 PDE5 inhibitors, erectile dysfunction treatment (CN McMahon, et al) (Practice pointer) 332:589 (P) Peacock JL, see Barrett G 332:1068 Peacock S, et al, Using economics to set pragmatic and ethical priorities (Health economics) 332:482 (A) Pearce EN, Diagnosis and management of thyrotoxicosis 332:1369 (C) Pearson J, see Jones RB 332:942 Peckham C see Alberman E 332:63 see Samad L 332:1312 see Tully J 332:445 Peckham CS, see Rahi JS 332:820 Peel, Sir John, Obituary (C Richmond) 332:366 (correction, 701) peer review, scrutiny for industry funded trials 332:177 (L), 305 (L), 489 (L) Pegg, Philip John, Obituary (DE Pegg) 332:367 Peile E Interactive case report. An alcoholic patient who continues to drink: Case outcome. Commentary: Integrated learning 332:278 (P) Interactive case report. 70 year old man with scrotal swelling, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and renal lesions: case outcome. Commentary: Interactivity and case learning 332:1201 (P) Interactive case report. A 28 year old postpartum woman with right sided chest discomfort: case outcome. Commentary: Knowing and knowing about 332:645 (P) penicillin parenteral penicillin before hospital admission for meningitis overview (D Keeley) 332:1283 (E) case-control study (A Harnden, et al) 332:1295 (S), 1451 (L) Penn-Kekana L, see Christofides NJ 332:209 Pennington TH, Preparing for the pandemic. A slippery disease: a microbiologists view (Avian influenza) 332:789 (A) Perera R Parenteral penicillin for children with meningococcal disease before hospital admission: case-control study. Commentary: Statistics and death from meningococcal disease in children 332:1297 (S) see Harnden A 332:1295 Perez-Padilla R, see Samet J 332:353 performance criteria, and thresholds for assessment of fitness to practice (R Baker) (Professional regulation) 332:230 (A), 424 (L) doctors, tips on responding to criticism (S Preece, et al) BMJ Careers 332:35 (GP edition) independent treatment centres, surgeons claim produce poor results (A ODowd) 332:623 (N) peripheral arterial disease, still on periphery? 332:1213 (L) Perkins G, et al, Intensive care medicine BMJ Careers 332:13 Perrins, David John Dyson, Obituary (PB James) 332:56 Perros P, see Woods DR 332:469 Person SD, see Houston TK 332:1064 person specifications junior doctors (G Ros) BMJ Careers 332:178 junior doctors (S Azeez) BMJ Careers 332:113 personal child health records see also medical records millennium cohort study findings (S Walton, et al) 332:269 (R) Personal view Assessment of doctors in training: should patients give consent? (PG Lawler) 332:431 (R), 549 (L) Changing titles (S Ramaiah) 332:370 (R) Dame Janets disappointments (G Elwyn) 332:1161 (R), 1274 (L), 1275 (L) Defending referrals between consultants (M Goodman) 332:371 (R), 490 (L) Diagnosing Pinochet syndrome (ME Black) 332:185 (R) Do doctors who volunteer their services in disasters overseas do more harm than good? (H Tahir, et al) 332:244 (R) The doctor-patient relationship in reverse (W Ullah) 332:58 (R) The effect on patients rights of private commissioning of NHS services (C Newdick, et al) 332:126 (R) Elder abuse, 21st century style (RA Fisken) 332:801 (R) Engaging clinicians in ITone step forward, two back (Anonymous) 332:127 (R), 305 (L) A foray into unfamiliar territory (CP Swainson) 332:557 (R) The French connection: how I found orthopaedic surgery on the internet (M Clark) 332:1101 (R) Gloomy prognoses keep lawyers happy but are bad for patients (R Lawson) 332:1459 (R) Guideline overload forgets the staff needed to implement them (YC Looi) 332:1160 (R) HIV is changing the face of tropical medicine (E Moore) 332:1280 (R) How can we improve the rate of autopsies among Muslims? (M Al-Adnani, et al) 332:310 (R) How to halt the brain drain (I Loefler) 332:921 (R) Independent sector treatment centres: how the NHS is left to pick up the pieces (WA Wallace) 332:614 (R) Is it time to rethink mobile medical teams? (EM Walsh) 332:59 (R), 179 (L) Is it time to separate the NHS from direct government involvement (L Jader) 332:1518 (R) Lessons for doctors from Jewish philosophy (N Lear) 332:311 (R) Letter to God (P Brown) 332:1341 (R), 1454 (L) A magical education (DK Sokol) 332:1399 (R) My life as a guinea pig (K Mandeville) 332:735 (R) On being downstream from faked scientific reports (TF Murphy) 332:674 (R) On street addresses and middle names: my struggle to upload a scientific paper (R Giacaman) 332:556 (R)

Online selection of junior doctors: a students view (N Koralage) 332:675 (R) Poverty, health, and the role of doctors (B Saab, et al) 332:860 (R) Prostitution shake-up: one sex workers view (Anonymous) 332:245 (R) Reconciling 21st century temptations with 20th century resources and problems (MB Ferraz) 332:861 (R) Rugby union should ban contested scrums (JB Bourke) 332:1281 (R), 1391 (L) So whats so new about patient choice? (PJ Steer) 332:981 (R) Thats all I got handed over (M Sithamparanatham) 332:496 (R), 610 (L) Two decades on an ethics committee (G Masterton) 332:615 (R), 730 (L) A way out for the conscientious objector: become a mental patient (D Moldavsky) 332:1041 (R) When doctors learned to speak carbon (I Roberts) 332:497 (R) When lecturers need patient consent (S Yentis) 332:1100 (R) Which patients with which needs are leading the patient-led NHS? (DM Jelley) 332:1221 (R) Why is it so hard to work abroad? (T Villanueva) 332:1519 (R) personality, cardiovascular disease and cancer risk (T Strmer, et al) 332:1359 (S) Peskett, Timothy Roper, Obituary (JG Thomas) 332:732 Peskett S, et al, Safety, culture, and leadership BMJ Careers 332:194 Peters T, see Coulton S 332:511 Petersen I, see Cassell JA 332:332 Petitti DB, see Li D-K 332:18 Pfeffer M, see Tonelli M 332:1426 Pfeffer N, see Kent J 332:866 Pfizer, at fault in Nigerian drug tests (J Lenzer) 332:1233 (N) Phadke A, see Mansfield PR 332:976 pharmacology (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:370 (R) ter die sumendus (C Ellis) 332:1378 pharmacy, ABC. Endpiece (RG Hamilton) 332:212 Philippe A, see Vaiva G 332:1241 Phillipov M, Self harm in Goth youth subculture 332:1215 (L), 1335 (L) Phillips, Alan Hewett, Obituary (M Phillips, et al) 332:182 Phillips A see Iglesias C 332:1416 see Nixon J 332:1413 Phillips AM, My worst day 332:1250 physical examination on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:1340 salutory lesson. A memorable patient (JP Fisher) 332:1076 phytophotodermatitis, caused by limes (SN Cohen, et al) (Minerva) 332:312 (R) Pianosi P, see Kotagal S 332:828 Picard O, You were good but someone else was better: a look at interview feedback BMJ Careers 332:138 Pickard JD, see Hutchinson PJ 332:118 Pickersgill T, What are the implications of withdrawing from an SHO post after accepting it? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:52 Pickles HG More on bird flu 332:975 (L) Preparing for the pandemic. Using lessons from the past to plan for pandemic flu (Avian influenza) 332:783 (A), 913 (L) Turning round NHS deficits 332:363 (L) Pickworth S, see McColl K 332:115 Pilling S, see Killaspy H 332:815 Pimenta N, A GP with a special interest in multiple sclerosis BMJ Careers 332:23 (GP edition) Pinochet syndrome, diagnosis (ME Black) (Personal view) 332:185 (R) Pitsavos C, see Panagiotakos DB 332:1044 PLAB see Professional and Linguistics Assessments Board (PLAB) placebos The Placebo Effect and Health: Combining Science and Compassionate Care (Thompson) (Books) 332:243 (R) psychiatry trials (G Mudur) 332:566 (N), 796 (L) sham device v. inert pill: randomised controlled trial (TJ Kaptchuck, et al) 332:391 (S) plants, medicinal, exhibition of role of botanical specimens in medicine (A Ferriman) 332:1232 (N) Plaut, Gustav (Gus) Siegmund, Obituary (W Carver) 332:918 Pletcher MJ, see Houston TK 332:1064 pleural infections, intrapleural streptokinase (D Bouros, et al) 332:133 (E), 552 (L) Plumb C, see Forrest G 332:998 PMETB see Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board pneumonia community acquired overview: primary health care (H Goossens, et al) 332:1045 (E) antibiotics discontinuation after three v. eight days (R el Moussaoui, et al) 332:1355 (S) diagnosis and management (Z Hoare, et al) (BMJ Learning) 332:1077 (P), 1213 (L), 1214 (L), 1333 (L), 1334 (L) Pocock SJ, Statistics in practice. The simplest statistical test: how to check for a difference between treatments 332:1256 (P) podcasts, Dr Pods Healthcast (G Easton) (Website) 332:1340 (R) Pohlmann-Eden B, et al, The first seizure and its management in adults and children 332:339 (C) Poikolainen K, Ecstasy and the antecedents of illicit drug use 332:803 (E) Poland, abortion, court case over denial of abortion (B Pancevski) 332:382 (N) Polani, Paul, Obituary (P Harper) 332:670 Poley J-W, see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 police, making statements (GF Cornish) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:185 polio The Cutter Incident: How Americas First Polio Vaccine Led to the Growing Vaccine Crisis (Offit) (Books) 332:733 (R) Namibia, outbreak (P Sidley) 332:1408 (N) Pollock, Alan, Obituary (I Chalmers) 332:918 Pollock AM, et al, Best research 332:247 (E), 491 (L) Pololi L, Career development for academic medicinea nine step strategy BMJ Careers 332:38 polycystic ovary syndrome clomifene citrate plus metformin and clomifene citrate plus placebo on induction of ovulation overview (H Al-Inany, et al) 332:1461 (E) double blind trial (E Moll, et al) 332:1485 (S) obese women: treatment for infertility? (AH Balen, et al) 332:434 (E), 609 (L)

Poole A, I would like to visit the United Kingdom as an observer in colorectal or endocrine surgery. How do I start the process? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:132 Porter, Richard William, Obituary (D Porter) 332:182 Porter K, Combining SpR training with breast feeding BMJ Careers 332:238 Porter R, see Trinder J 332:1235 Portet F, see Ancelin ML 332:455 Portugal, A Cano de Lisboa (T Villanueva) (Theatre) 332:1099 (R) post-nominals, bring back to BMJ (JO Drife) (Soundings) 332:1101 (R) poster presentations, way to display (2) (B Lowcay, et al) BMJ Careers 332:29 postgraduate courses accreditation (R Dhillon) BMJ Careers 332:8 (GP edition) diploma in minor surgery: setting one up (J Botting) BMJ Careers 332:6 (GP edition) Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board, demystifying (B De Souza, et al) BMJ Careers 332:128 postgraduate training, prescribing for RITA (GP Kalamangalam) 332:1188 postmortems, rate improvement among Muslims (M Al-Adnani, et al) (Personal view) 332:310 (R) postoperative complications, [00e1] blockers, cardiac risk during non-cardiac surgery, patients with diabetes (DIPOM Trial Group) 332:1482 (S) Potter J, see Milne AC 332:1165 Poulton R, see Fergusson DM 332:172 Pountney T, et al, Hip dislocation in cerebral palsy (Practice pointer) 332:772 (P) Poustie VJ, et al, Oral protein energy supplements for children with cystic fibrosis: CALICO multicentre randomised controlled trial 332:632 (S) poverty health and role of doctors (B Saab, et al) (Personal view) 332:860 (R) on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:1340 partial and no immunisation in first year of life (L Samad, et al) 332:1312 (S) pre-medicine summer school for 16 year olds from deprived socioeconomic backgrounds (T Greenhalgh, et al) 332:762 (S) Sure Start local programmes: effect on children and families (J Belsky, et al) 332:1476 (S) Powis DA, et al, Selecting medical students 332:1156 (L) Pozo A, see Godfrey E BMJ Careers 332:241 Prabhu U New immigration rulesa betrayal of trust (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:214 Troubled times ahead for IMGs BMJ Careers 332:178 Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills, passing (J Blakey) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:115 Prasad KR, see White SA 332:376 Pratt, Michael Alexander, Obituary (D Millar, et al) 332:123 Praveen CV, Pulmonary tuberculosis: diagnosis and management 332:1334 (L) pre-eclampsia, management 332:463 (C) Preece S, et al, The savvy doctor BMJ Careers 332:35 (GP edition) pregnancy see also labour analgesia, Googling labour treatment 332:795 (L) cone biopsy (bmjupdates) 332 (25 March 2006) congenital heart disease and (A Uebing, et al) 332:401 (P) reproductive outcome after chromosome analysis in couples with two or more miscarriages (MTM Franssen, et al) 332:759 (S) (correction, 1012) prenatal diagnosis Downs syndrome overview: optimisation (JP Neilson, et al) 332:433 (E) (correction, 701) chromosomal abnormalities by rapid aneuploidy screening (LS Chitty, et al) 332:452 (S), 668 (L) prescriptions, drug children antiretroviral underdosing in UK and Irish children with HIV (EN Menson, et al) 332:1183 (S) rational prescribing (AG Sutcliffe, et al) 332:1464 (E) (correction, 333:137) elderly women: threat (L Farrell) (Soundings) 332:1399 (R) epilepsy and supplementary nurse prescribing (PG Hosking) 332:2 (E) extended prescribing by UK nurses and pharmacists, nursing professions coming of age 332:51 (L), 52 (L) hypertension, US initiative on better prescribing (J Lenzer, et al) 332:379 (N) modern prescriptions. One hundred years ago 332:270 warfarin in atrial fibrillation and doctors knowledge, overview (K Sweeney) 332:129 (E) presentations post-presentation questions (F Kiani) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:137 tips (K Woolf, et al) BMJ Careers 332:242 PRESSURE Trial Group see Iglesias C 332:1416 see Nixon J 332:1413 pressure ulcers ABC of wound healing (JE Grey, et al) 332:472 (P) prevention: mattresses v. overlays overview (L Vale) 332:1401 (E) cost effectiveness analysis (C Iglesias et al) 332:1416 (S) (correction, 333:30) trial (J Nixon, et al) 332:1413 (S) Price, Walter Rostron, Obituary (A Hamlyn) 332:798 Price D, see Loke YK 332:335 Priest K, see Gibson CS 332:76 (correction, 333) primary care trusts see also general practice; trusts community hospitals (A ODowd) 332:873 (N) continue direct provision of services (A Cole) 332:627 (N) foundation trusts fear that PCTs will renege on payments (L Eaton) 332:1351 (N) Langwith surgery awarded to United Health Europe summary (S Arie) 332:1172 (N), 1335 (L), 1336 (L) councillor loses legal battle (O Dyer) 332:1469 (N) struck off GPs may get legal representation (C Dyer) 332:197 (N) primary health care see also general practice allowing different providers is good news for GPs (M Wills, et al) (Off the fence) BMJ Careers 332:97 (GP edition) avian influenza, dealing with uncertainty (A Harnden) 332:791 (A) blood pressure, national clinical guidelines on lowering in stroke (J Mant, et al) 332:635 (S), 793 (L) community acquired pneumonia (H Goossens, et al) 332:1045 (E)

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Concordia Health wins south London contract (R Dobson) 332:1048 (N) dementia, effectiveness of educational interventions (M Downs, et al) 332:692 (S), 916 (L) depression in elderly: IMPACT randomised trial (EM Hunkeler, et al) 332:259 (S) evidence needed (S Mickan, et al) 332:619 (E) patient agendas (W Hamilton, et al) 332:1225 (E) Project: Londonsupporting vulnerable populations (K McColl, et al) (Primary care) 332:115 (A), 236 (L) quality determinants measured under new UK contract: (M Sutton, et al) 332:389 (S) refugees and asylum seekers (SA Hull, et al) 332:62 (E) UK allergy services: focus on primary care? (ML Levy, et al) 332:1347 (E) urinary tract infections in women, diagnosis and management in primary care (J Car) (BMJ Learning) 332:94 (P) US, verge of collapse: ACP report (JH Tanne) 332:320 (N) visions in 2015 general practice under pressure (H Meldrum) (Visions of primary care in 2015) 332:46 (A) good GPs will continue to be essential (M Lakhani, et al) (Visions of primary care in 2015) 332:41 (A), 180 (L) magic roundabout (P Lapsley) (Visions of primary care in 2015) 332:43 (A) return of a system based on social values (D Jeffries) (Visions of primary care in 2015) 332:44 (A) still striving for utopia (C Black) (Visions of primary care in 2015) 332:47 (A) Prins JM see Bonten MJM 332:248 see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 Prins MH, see Cohen AT 332:325 prion protein genotype analysis, variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (JW Ironside, et al) 332:1186 (S) prisoners AIDS, still a double sentence 332:119 (L) in general hospitals: doctors attitudes and practice 332:548 (L) prisons Gladiator Games (Sen) (Theatre) 332:309 (R) human rights and ethical dilemmas (M Volpellier) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:223 US, experience of smoke-free prisons 332:120 (L) private finance initiative see also National Health Service hospital schemes delayed while government looks at costs (A ODowd) 332:196 (N) NHS trust is losing out to private investors (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1051 (N) problem based learning, students validate 332:365 (L) process evaluation, randomised controlled trials of complex interventions (A Oakley) (Health services research) 332:413 (A) Proctor M, et al, Diagnosis and management of dysmenorrhoea 332:1134 (C) Professional and Linguistics Assessments Board (PLAB), PPUD syndrome (S Sareen) 332:283 professional practice see also doctors role bonds. Endpiece (B Judge) 332:145 not lucrative. Endpiece (L Mason) 332:169 professional regulation see accreditation prostaglandins eyelash growth and density increase after (S Kashani, et al) (Minerva) 332:498 (R) induction of labour at term: comparison with misoprostol (JM Dodd, et al) 332:509 (S) prostate cancers, Tackling Cancer (S Mayor) 332:139 (N) prostitution Germany, retrained as care workers (K Duke) 332:685 (N) Paying the Price, health effects (P Boynton, et al) 332:190 (E), 362 (L) Project: London, supporting vulnerable populations (K McColl, et al) (Primary care) 332:115 (A), 236 (L) sex workers view (Anonymous) (Personal view) 332:245 (R) proteinuria (J Haynes, et al) (10-minute consultation) 332:284 (P), 489 (L) renal impairment and adverse outcomes overview (J Levy) 332:1402 (E) randomised trial (M Tonelli, et al) 332:1426 (S) Proust, Marcel, on reading (G Dunea) (Soundings) 332:59 (R) psoriasis, minimal erythemal dose testing before phototherapy (SK Attili, et al) (Minerva) 332:372 psychiatry see also adolescent psychiatry career break in Tokyo (G Patel) BMJ Careers 332:143, BMJ Careers 332:238 on internet (A Sanati) (Internet) BMJ Careers 332:20 (R) MRCPsych Part 1: Passing the OSCE (Sauer) (Books) BMJ Careers 332:20 (R) MRCPsych Parts I & II: Individual Statements and EMI Practice Exams (Sauer) (Books) BMJ Careers 332:20 (R) referrals (L Watkin) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:79 psychogenic amnesia, Unknown White Male (P Sen) (Film) 332:859 (R) psychological treatment centres, case for (R Layard) (Health policy) 332:1030 (A), 1154 (L), 1155 (L) psychology, staffing, UK needs 10 000 extra psychologists (R Short) 332:1471 (N) psychoses, cannabis and (DM Fergusson, et al) (Drugs) 332:172 (A), 303 (L) puberty, girls attract hormones (EA Rider) 332:792 public health Canada, reforms may end monopoly (D Spurgeon) 332:569 (N) EC funding cut back (R Watson) 332:1291 (N) Public Library of Science, open access journals (S Mayor) 332:1174 (N) publishing see also electronic publishing; open access publishing science, big thrusters (S Carter) (The Press) 332:800 (R) PubMed, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:1340 PubMed Central electronic archive of 16 journals launch (M Cross) 332:174 (N) NIH projects not freely available (JH Tanne) 332:684 (N) Puhan MA et al, Didgeridoo playing as alternative treatment for obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome: randomised controlled trial 332:266 (S) see Bachmann LM 332:1127 pulmonary embolism, in hospital practice (GV Robinson) 332:156 (P), 304 (L) pulmonary rehabilitation, ABC of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (GP Currie, et al) 332:1379 (P)

pulmonary tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment (IA Campbell, et al) 332:1194 (C), 1334 (L), 1392 (L) Russia, case-control study (R Coker, et al) 332:85 (S) Purandare N, et al, Cerebral emboli as a potential cause of Alzheimers disease and vascular dementia: casecontrolled study 332:1119 (S) Purcell B, see Hahn SJM 332:1299 Purkayastha S, Hamstring v patellar tendon autografts 332:1153 (L) Pusey C, see George A 332:1435 Pussard E, see Barennes H 332:1216 Pye K, see Low N 332:14

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Qazi, Hamid Shafi, Obituary (D Brooks) 332:1515 quality assurance, health care bacteraemia reduction in dialysis and UK surveillance recommendations (Quality improvement report) 332:1435 (P) equality and excellence (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:67 primary health care determinants measured under new UK contract (M Sutton, et al) 332:389 (S) surveillance for Barretts oesophagus (PA Bampton, et al) 332:1320 (P), 1511 (L), 1512 (L) quality improvement, saving 100 000 lives in US hospitals (CJ McCannon, et al) (Quality improvement) 332:1328 quality of life family style mealtimes and in nursing home residents (KAND Nijs, et al) 332:1180 (S), 1334 (L) off-pump coronary bypass surgery (S Al-Ruzzeh, et al) 332:1365 (S) Quibell R, see Akporehwe NA 332:1466 Quin J, Everyman (Books) 332:1458 (R) quinine, safety and efficacy of rectal compared with intramuscular quinine for early treatment of moderately severe malaria in children (H Barennes, et al) 332:1055 (S), 1216 (L) QUOROM, compliance and quality of reporting of overlapping meta-analysis on role of acetylcysteine in prevention of contrast associated nephropathy (CGL Biondi-Zoccai, et al) 332:202 (S)

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Raasch B, see Heal C 332:1053 racial discrimination see also ethnic groups English GP in Scotland (D Spence) (Soundings) 332:1161 (R) Gladiator Games (Sen) (Theatre) 332:309 (R) Surinder Sharma interview (C White) 332:874 (N) Rack, Philip Horsman, Obituary (J Rack) 332:493 radiation exposure, Chernobyl disaster, breast cancer increase (R Dobson, et al) 332:567 (N) radiography, distal phalanx destruction from renal cell carcinoma (DA Harris, et al) (Minerva) 332:1282 (R) radiology career advice for Russian doctor (A Denison) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:164 making requests (A Balakrishnan) A (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers radiotherapy outcome improvement in some lung cancer patients (D Spurgeon) 332:1411 (N) waiting lists (D Dodwell, et al) (Cancer care) 332:107 (A), 235 (L) Raffan, Alfred William, Obituary (A Adam, et al) 332:732 Raftery J, NICE work. Review of NICEs recommendations, 1999-2005 (Resource allocation) 332:1266 (A), 1394 (L) (correction, 333:137) Raghava N, et al, Wegeners granulomatosis (Minerva) 332:60 (R) Rgo L, see Couper MR 332:1393 Rahi JS, et al, Does amblyopia affect educational, health, and social outcomes? Findings from 1958 British birth cohort 332:820 (S) Rai S, et al, Gluteal injections in increasingly obese population 332:795 (L) Raikou M, see McGuire A 332:1285 Raine PAM, see Walker GM 332:1363 Raine R, et al, Information and intelligence for healthy populations 332:1226 (E) Rajaratnam V, see Dias R BMJ Careers 332:252 Ramaiah S Changing titles (Personal view) 332:370 (R) Sex workers to pay the price 332:362 (L) Raman VS, see Lai V 332:304 (L) Ramsay SE, et al, Secondary prevention of coronary heart disease in older patients after the national service framework: population based study 332:144 (S) Ramsden C, Geriatric neologism 332:451 Randall F, et al, The Philosophy of Palliative Care: Critique and Reconstruction (Books) 332:800 (R) randomisation, is restricted randomisation necessary? (CE Hewitt, et al) (Research methods) 332:1506 (A) randomised controlled trials see also clinical trials; research process evaluation in trials of complex interventions: Health services research (A Oakley, et al) 332:413 (A) reporting attrition (JC Dumville, et al) (Research methods) 332:969 Ranstam J, see Atroshi I 332:1473 Rao R Alcohol misuse and ethnicity 332:682 (E) Alcohol use disorders identification test has bias 332:667 (L) Is there any special interest training in mental health for GPs? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:2 MSc in clinical and public health aspects of addiction (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:255 Protecting the heart may not protect the public health 332:1392 (L) Rao VP Introducing new health interventions 332:236 (L) The nursing professions coming of age 332:51 (L) rape, South Africa, womens experiences and preferences of services after rape (NJ Christofides, et al) 332:209 (S) Raphael B, Grieving the death of a child 332:620 (E) Rapport R, Nerve Endings: The Discovery of the Synapse (Books) 332:308 (R) Raschkes B, Tinnitus, listening, and learning why telephone consultations can be useful 332:607 Rasmussen S see Langhoff-Roos J 332:937 see Vogel I 332:1094 rationing see health care rationing Ratnasingham, Kumaran (Bob), Obituary (V Clark, et al) 332:1278

Raven MK, Depression should be managed like a chronic disease 332:1154 (L) Raven T, Do enforced bicycle helmet laws improve public health? 332:852 (L) Ravichandran B International medical graduates protest at UK visa changes 332:989 (L) Legalising assisted dying does not affect palliative care, says expert 332:993 (N) Malaria experts criticise World Bank 332:1050 (N) Morals, memes, and gerin oil 332:1294 (N) NICE says doctors could help 165 000 more smokers to quit 332:811 (N) Science and art mix creates animal magic (Theatre) 332:980 (R) Ravnskov U, et al, Should we lower cholesterol as much as possible? (Controversy) 332:1330 (A), 1452 (L), 1453 (L) Rawlins, Professor Sir Michael, interview (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:20 (GP edition) Ray JG, see Bell CM 332:699 Raymond I, see McColl K 332:115 Rayner, Mary Millicent (ne Dale), Obituary (CM Rayner) 332:56 Rea PM, I am interested in specialising in a field which includes embryology. Where can I find more information about this area of medicine? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:122 Read, Lucien, Obituary (P Edgson) 332:367 Read M, see Trinder J 332:1235 reading, reflection and. Endpiece (K Samanta) 332:1080 Reckless JPD, Diabetes and lipid lowering: where are we? 332:1103 (E) reconstructive surgery see under plastic surgery Redenski A, see Mukherjee A 332:794 Rees CJ see Bond A 332:277 see McPherson S 332:33, 98, 276 Rees J Asthma control in adults 332:767 (C) et al, 10-minute consultation. Erectile dysfunction 332:593 (P) references, unfair references and personal vendettas (C Gray) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:132 referral management centres promising innovations or Trojan horses? (M Davies, et al) (Health policy) 332:844 (A), 975 (L) Referral Management, schemes are used to restrict access to hospitals (R Coombes) 332:504 (N) referrals see also consultations; doctor-patient relations defending referrals between consultants (M Goodman) (Personal view) 332:371 (R), 490 (L) psychiatry (L Watkin) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:79 refractory epilepsy, treatment in adults (E Reynolds) 332:562 (E) (correction, 912) refugees Australia, detention (M Fazel, et al) 332:251 (E) primary health care (SA Hull, et al) 332:62 (E) Project: London, supporting vulnerable populations (K McColl, et al) (Primary care) 332:115 (A), 236 (L) valuable resource (E Stewart) BMJ Careers 332:73 (correction, 84) Regnard C, Please do not resuscitate 332:608 (L) rehabilitation, multidisciplinary meetings on rehabilitation wards or stroke units (A Salam) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:45 Rehwagen C Exhibition explores diversity of medical traditions 332:568 (N) et al, Middle East perspectives. Call for papers 332:818 see Richards T 332:1290 Reichert FF, see Hallal PC 332:1002 Reid CM et al, Life without COX 2 inhibitors 332:1452 (L) et al, Pain is an issue in renal impairment 332:488 (L) Reid, Douglas Andrew Campbell, Obituary (H Henderson) 332:240 Reid, Kathleen May, Obituary (P Schutte) 332:554 Reid S, see Lydall G BMJ Careers 332:174 Reilly PA, see Lloyd ME 332:305 Reinhardt U, President Bushs proposals for healthcare reform 332:314 (E) religion and medicine conscientious objection (J Savulescu) (Ethics) 332:294 (A), 425 (L) match for heaven and earth? Endpiece (C Harris) 332:946 Spirituality and the Healthy Mind: Science, Therapy, and the Need for Personal Meaning (Galanter) (Books) 332:555 (R) US, screening (R Dobson) 332:138 (N) Remigi E, see Biondi-Zoccai GGL 332:202 renal transplantation see kidney transplantation Rentowl P, see Hanning CD 332:666 Repace J, see Leavell NR 332:227 research see also academic medicine; clinical trials; education, medical; randomised controlled trials academic medicine: failing patients and clinicians (PM Rothwell) 332:863 (E), 1036 (L) Africa, regulation of biomedical research (SC Chima, et al) (Global medicine) 332:848 (A) assessment, rating system (FDR Hobbs, et al) 332:983 (E), 1214 (L), 1215 (L) Best Research for Best Health overview (AM Pollock, et al) 332:247 (E), 491 (L) summary (S Mayor, et al) 332:256 (N) biological samples (A Solomon) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:169 career advice for A level student (H Clark) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:52 career development review part 3 (A Houghton) BMJ Careers 332:126 confidentiality, waiving for the greater good (A-W Chan, et al) (Research protocols) 332:1086 (A) epidemiological overview: personal health information in medical research (T Walley) 332:130 (E) consent, confidentiality, and Data Protection Act (A Iversen, et al) (Epidemiology) 332:165 (A) funding, UK increase (A McGuire, et al) 332:1285 (E) governance 332:238 (L), 365 (L), 491 (L) MD opportunities (B Angus) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:2 one-time general consent for research on biological samples (D Wendler) (Ethics) 332:544 (A), 665 (L) origin and funding of most frequently cited papers in medicine (NA Patsopoulos, et al) 332:1061 (S) patient participation, offering results (SD MacNeil, et al) 332:188 (E)

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process evaluation in randomised controlled trials of complex interventions (A Oakley, et al) (Health services research) 332:413 (A) project tips for SHOs part 2 (A Alwitry) BMJ Careers 332:58 Testing Treatments: Better Research for Better Healthcare (Evans, et al) (Books) 332:1516 (R) UK, funding changes (S Mayor) 332:994 (N) UK Biobank, pay off? (G Watts) 332:1052 (N) UK Health Research Analysis (S Mayor) 332:1230 (N), 1510 (L) US NIH projects not freely available (JH Tanne) 332:684 (N) productive science across pond (A Solomon) BMJ Careers 332:168 research fraud Ranjit Kumar Chandra, The Secret Life of Dr Chandra (T Hamblin) (TV) 332:369 (R) Norway, researcher admits fake data (L Eaton) 332:193 (N) Gerald Schatten, cleared of misconduct but accused of misbehaviour (J Parry) 332:382 (N) UK panel launched (A Cole) 332:871 (N) Woo-suk Hwang, on being downstream from faked scientific reports (TF Murphy) (Personal view) 332:674 (R) research methods is restricted randomisation necessary? (CE Hewitt, et al) (Research methods) 332:1506 (A) randomised controlled trials, reporting attrition (JC Dumville, et al) (Research methods) 332:969 resident medical officers see also doctors stimulating and satisfying (H Skarda) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:181 restricted randomisation, necessary? (CE Hewitt, et al) (Research methods) 332:1506 (A) resuscitation barriers to implementing a policy not to attempt resuscitation in acute medical admissions (H Fidler, et al) 332:461 (S) red sticker (AC Leong) 332:648 retirement, GP career tailoring in Lambeth (V Morley) BMJ Careers 332:189 (GP edition) Reveiz L, How should we rate research? 332:1214 (L) Reynolds E, Treating refractory epilepsy in adults 332:562 (E) (correction, 912) Reynolds NJ, see Brown S 332:584 Reynolds RM, et al, Disorders of sodium balance 332:702 (C), 853 (L), 854 (L) rheumatoid arthritis, treatment (P Emery) 332:152 (C) Rhodes M, see Mahon D 332:236 Rhys-Evans, Peter, interview (E Kiverniti) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:40 Ribeiro, Bernie, interview (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:256 Richards T African doctors abroad need to work together to improve health care at home 332:744 (N) Chairwoman of Shipman inquiry protests at lack of action 332:1111 (N), 1274 (L), 1275 (L) EU health budget may be almost halved 332:257 (N) The great medicines scandal 332:1345 (E) Links between doctors across the world bring benefits 332:873 (N) et al, Avian flu tops WHA agenda 332:1290 (N) see Day M 332:1234 see Rehwagen C 332:818 Richardson HC, et al, Helping a trainee in difficulty (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:95 Richardson NG, et al, New UK policy on overseas doctors 332:1033 (L) Richter ED, et al, Access to emergency care in Palestinian West Bank 332:1276 (L) Ricketts DM, see Bismil Q BMJ Careers 332:229 Ricketts MN, see Wilson K 332:1164 Rider EA, Privates 332:792 Riemersma RA, see Hooper L 332:752 right to die, US, Using Terri: The Religious Rights Conspiracy to Take Away Our Rights (Eisenberg) (Books) 332:309 (R) Rimmer T, Dream Anatomy: online exhibition (Website) 332:242 (R) Ring J, see Staab D 332:933 Riordan FAI see Menson EN 332:1183 see Taylor CM 332:1376 RIPPLE Study Team, see Oakley A 332:413 Risrus U, see Sundstrm J 332:878 risk communicating risk to patients is difficult (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:139 Helping Patients Understand Risk: 7 Simple Strategies for Successful Communication (Paling) (Books) 332:1040 (R) risk compensation, HIV, Achilles heel of innovations in HIV prevention? (MM Cassell, et al) (HIV and risk behaviour) 332:605 (A) risk factors alcohol drinking, moderate drinking benefits challenged (JH Tanne) 332:811 (N) breast cancers, coffee in women with BRCA mutations (B Kermode-Scott) 332:70 (N) cancers marijuana use in early pregnancy and childs cancer risk (R Dobson) 332:1292 (N) personality and (T Strmer, et al) 332:1359 (S) cardiovascular diseases, metabolic syndrome (J Sundstrm, et al) 332:878 (S), 1036 (L) dementia, exercise (S Mayor) 332:137 (N) diabetes, passive smoking and (DB Panagiotakos, et al) 332:1044 (E) ecstasy, anxiety and depression (K Poikolainen) 332:803 (E) NSAID related risk of vascular events (HE Vonkerman, et al) (Practice pointers) 332:895 (P) partial and no immunisation in first year of life (L Samad, et al) 332:1312 (S) pulmonary tuberculosis, Russia (R Coker, et al) 332:85 (S) sudden infant death syndrome, dummies and (D-K Li, et al) 332:18, 178 (L) ritalin, US, FDA warning label for stimulant drugs (F Charatan) 332:380 (N) Ritchie DL, see Ironside JW 332:1186 Ritchie K, see Ancelin ML 332:455 Rivkind A, see Richter ED 332:1276 Rizvi S, see Harris M 332:837 road traffic accidents, Austria, mix-up in identities (B Pancevski) 332:1410 (N) Roberts, Barbara Jean (ne Simpson), Obituary (J Graves) 332:1038 Roberts, George Battersby Shuttleworth, Obituary (WGS Spilg) 332:1038

Roberts I How We Can Save the Planet (Books) 332:1398 (R) When doctors learned to speak carbon (Personal view) 332:497 (R) Roberts JA, Funding the global control of bird flu 332:189 (E) Roberts TE, see Low N 332:14 Robertson, Denis Wilson, Obituary (D Bull) 332:367 Robertson, Peter Cowe, Obituary (GC Ferguson) 332:978 Robinson, Derek Conmar, Obituary (K Anderson, et al) 332:56 Robinson DL, Do enforced bicycle helmet laws improve public health? No clear evidence from countries that have enforced the wearing of helmets (Public health) 332:722 (A) (correction, 837) Robinson GV, Pulmonary embolism in hospital practice 332:156 (P), 304 (L) Robinson J, The patients journey: systemic lupus erythematosus 332:1374 (P) Robinson JS, see Dodd JM 332:509 Robinson S, see Sikorski J 332:491 Robinson SM, see Low N 332:14 Robinson V, see Tugwell P 332:358 Roche, claims it sacked employee for whistle blowing (M Brettingham) 332:441 (N), 1175 (N) Roderick, John, Obituary (JAJ Roderick) 332:1038 Rodger RSC, see Geddes CC 332:1105 Rodgers H, see Stobbart L 332:1405 Roehr B California will be only state to meet government target on smoking 332:1470 (N) Christian supporters of science oppose fundamentalists 332:442 (N) rofecoxib withdrawal by Merck heart attacks in first weeks of use (JH Tanne) 332:1114 (N) NEJM editor gives pretrial evidence (JH Tanne) 332:255 (N) stands by criticisms (JH Tanne) 332:505 (N) Rogers, Ann Marie, trusts can take cost into account when deciding drug treatment (C Dyer) 332:928 (N) Romagnoli E, see Biondi-Zoccai GGL 332:202 Romania, leprosy colony (M Leidig) 332:508 (N) Romaniuk H, see Belsky J 332:1476 Ronald ES, see Dinnett EM 332:549 Ros C, Junior doctors and person specifications BMJ Careers 332:178 Rosch PJ, see Ravnskov U 332:1330 Roscoe TJ, The nursing professions coming of age 332:51 (L) Rose, Geoffrey, revisiting: coronary disease reduction strategies (DG Manuel, et al) (Preventive medicine) 332:659 (A), 793 (L) Rosen AB, see Bell CM 332:699 Ross F, The sexually transmitted infection foundation (STIF) course BMJ Careers 332:99 Ross JD, see Cassell JA 332:332 Ross-Degnan D, see Choudhry NK 332:141 Roth P, Everyman (Books) 332:1458 (R) Rothman LJ, et al, More on JAMAs policy on industry sponsored studies 332:489 (L) Rothwell PM, Medical academia is failing patients and clinicians 332:863 (E), 1036 (L) Rouse A, see Burns-Cox CJ 332:855 Royal Auxiliary Air Force, career advice (H Le Cocq, et al) BMJ Careers 332:204 Royal College of Anaesthetists, Peter Simpson (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:176 Royal College of General Practitioners, retreat on star rating system for GP clinics (M Brettingham) 332:1410 (N) Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists A Career in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (M Brettingham) 332:323 (N) cord blood banks claims are often unfounded (L Eaton) 332:1411 (N) Royal College of Physicians Carol Black interview (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:236 membership examination: is omniscience enough? (C Douglas) (Soundings) 332:801 (R) Royal College of Surgeons of England Bernie Ribeiro (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:256 how to pass MRCS (S Brennan) BMJ Careers 332:85 revision aids for intercollegiate MRCS 1 and 2 (E Godfrey, et al) (Internet) BMJ Careers 332:241 Royal London Hospital, London, redevelopment to go ahead (M Brettingham) 332:626 (N) Royston GH, NHS Direct did not emerge from an evidence free void 332:305 (L) Royston P, see Altman DG 332:1080 RSS, really simple guide (A Abdellaoui) BMJ Careers 332:244 Rubin GJ, et al, Are some people sensitive to mobile phone signals? Within participants double blind randomised provocation study 332:886 (S) Rudge C, see Barber K 332:1124 Rudman, David John, Obituary (D Honeybourne) 332:427 rugby union, contested scrums ban? (JB Bourke) (Personal view) 332:1281 (R), 1391 (L) Ruz-Gaytn C, see Tapia-Conyer R 332:548 Rushd S, How to make the most of your GP registrar year BMJ Careers 332:39 (GP edition) Russell, Cecilia Valentine (ne Urquhart), Obituary (H Lancaster) 332:367 Russell J, see Greenhalgh T 332:762 Russell JE, see Poustie VJ 332:632 Russia AIDS, glasnost arrives at last (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1176 (N) inequalities in health, gap between educated and less educated widens (R Dobson) 332:1350 (N) tuberculosis fighting white plague (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1354 (N) risk factors for pulmonary tuberculosis (R Coker, et al) 332:85 (S) in vitro fertilisation, grandson conceived from dead son (M Leidig) 332:627 (N) Russmann S, Case reports of suspected adverse drug reactions 332:488 (L) Ruta D, see Peacock S 332:482 Rutledge P, see Mackenzie DG 332:793 Rutten FH, et al, Sample sizes of studies on diagnostic accuracy: literature survey. Commentary: Improving the quality and clinical relevance of diagnostic studies 332:1129 (S) Ryan JM, see Tai NRM 332:805 Rytter MJH, et al, Effects of armed conflict on access to emergency health care in Palestinian West Bank: systematic collection of data in emergency departments 332:1122 (S), 1275 (L), 1276 (L)

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Saab B, et al, Poverty, health, and the role of doctors (Personal view) 332:860 (R) Sabats-Llerandi T, see Espinosa-Roca AA 332:668 Sacks F, see Tonelli M 332:1426 Sadat U, Free online content for doctors and patients (reviews) BMJ Careers 332:226 Sahu S, see Dewan PK 332:574 St Bartholomews Hospital, London, redevelopment to go ahead (M Brettingham) 332:626 (N) Salam A, Conducting multidisciplinary meetings on rehabilitation wards or stroke units (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:45 Salas S, see Keaney F BMJ Careers 332:63 Salfield, Derek Julius, Obituary (S Salfield, et al) 332:1098 Salisbury C, see Low N 332:14 Salkeld G, see Irwig L 332:1148 Salmin A, An acclaimed anaesthetist (Fifteen minutes with) BMJ Careers 332:216 Samad L, et al, Differences in risk factors for partial and no immunisation in the first year of life: prospective cohort study 332:1312 (S) Samanta A, et al, Charges of corporate manslaughter in the NHS 332:1404 (E) Samanta J, see Samanta A 332:1404 Samanta K, Endpiece. Reading and reflecting 332:1080 Samet J, et al, Mexico and the tobacco industry: doing the wrong thing for the right reason? (Public health) 332:353 (A), 548 (L) sample size, diagnostic accuracy studies: literature survey (LM Bachmann, et al) 332:1127 (S) Samuelsson S, see Hahn SJM 332:1299 Sanai L As others treat me BMJ Careers 332:68 A History of Britains Hospitals and the Background to the Medical, Nursing and Allied Professions (Books) 332:57 (R) I worked in anaesthetics for 12 months and finished in May 2005. Unfortunately I was referred to Doctors with Difficulties; the deanery could not help me. The royal college has agreed to give me an extension for another six months of my limited registration and has asked me to secure an SHO post (training position only) as early as possible. Any advice? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:22 President of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:176 The president of the GMC (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:196 The president of the Royal College of Physicians (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:236 The president of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:256 Professor Sir John Lilleyman (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:50 Professor Sir Michael Rawlins (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:20 (GP edition) A professor of complementary medicine (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:140 Sanati A, Psychiatry on the web (Internet) BMJ Careers 332:20 (R) Snchez-Delgado EJ, Life without COX 2 inhibitors 332:1451 (L) Sandars J, et al, A consumer guide to the world of e-learning BMJ Careers 332:106 Sanders, Samuel (Sam) Chandrarajan, Obituary (D Brooks) 332:1515 Sanders DS, see Sidhu R 332:528 Sanderson, Thomas Allan, Obituary (M Eastwood) 332:671 Sanderson J, see Fox M 332:1438, 1496 Sanford E, see Low N 332:14 Sanjobo N, see Simooya OO 332:119 Santamaria M, see Hahn SJM 332:1299 Saperia J, et al, Suicidal behaviour and SSRIs: updated metaanalysis 332:1453 (L) Sareen S Letter home 332:955 PPUD syndrome (post PLAB unemployed doctors syndrome) 332:283 Sarkar, Arun Kumar, Obituary (PG Flanagan) 332:56 Sarraff, Eric, Obituary (P Holmes, et al) 332:857 Sarwate D, see Das SK 332:1198, 1199 Sauer J MRCPsych Parts I & II: Individual Statements and EMI Practice Exams (Books) BMJ Careers 332:20 (R) et al, MRCPsych Part 1: Passing the OSCE (Books) BMJ Careers 332:20 (R) Saunders CJP, see Mackenzie DG 332:1451 Save the Children, Missing Millions (P Moszynski) 332:748 (N) Savulescu J, Conscientious objection in medicine (Ethics) 332:294 (A), 425 (L) Sawyer J, see Couper MR 332:1393 Saxena R, et al, BCG lymphadenitis (Minerva) 332:1520 (R) Schachter M, End of contract for Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin 332:1273 (L) Schall MW, see McCannon CJ 332:1328 Schatten, Gerald, cleared of misconduct but accused of misbehaviour (J Parry) 332:382 (N) Scheewe S, see Staab D 332:933 Scheidt R, see Staab D 332:933 Scheimberg I, see Al-Adnani M 332:310 Scherpbier AJJA, Challenges of training doctors in the new English NHS. Commentary: Dutch perspective (Medical education) 332:1504 (A) Scheuer, Peter, Obituary (R MacSween, et al) 332:1455 Schiavo, Terri, Using Terri: The Religious Rights Conspiracy to Take Away Our Rights (Eisenberg) (Books) 332:309 (R) Schiffman M, et al, When to test women for papillomavirus 332:61 (E) Schill, Eleanor Beatrice (Mrs Sykes), Obituary (M Sykes) 332:918 Schloithe A, see Bampton PA 332:1320 Schmid-Ott G, see Staab D 332:933 Schmidt V, see Jenkinson L BMJ Careers 332:66 Schmitz D, et al, Just a family medical history? (Ethics) 332:297 (A) Schneiderman N, see Marteau T 332:437 Schnopp C, see Staab D 332:933 Schnyer RN, see Kaptchuk TJ 332:391 Schoemaker MJ, see Hepworth SJ 332:883 schools, medical see also education, medical India, expansion of places after protests (G Mudur) 332:1291 (N) selection of students, admissions processes for five year medical courses at English schools: review (J Parry, et al) 332:1005 (S), 1156 (L) Schranz PJ, see Biau DJ 332:995

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Schroter S, Importance of free access to research articles on decision to submit to the BMJ: survey of authors 332:394 (S) Schubert B, see Jenkinson L BMJ Careers 332:66 Schwartz LM, see Welch HG 332:727 sciatica, epidural steroids and (bmjupdates) 332 (28 January 2006) science, Catharsis: On the Art of Medicine (Szczeklik) (Books) 332:1458 (R) scleroderma, doctors experiences of being a patient (L Sanai) BMJ Careers 332:68 Scotland consultants contract increases pay bill by 38% (B Christie) 332:568 (N) elderly charities laud free personal care (B Christie) 332:322 (N) free personal care runs into trouble (B Christie) 332:1470 (N) general practice assessment centres (B Keighley) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:42 intelligence quotient and inequalities in health (GD Batty, et al) 332:577 (S) mortality, published death rates may distort work of Scottish surgical heroes (B Christie) 332:324 (N) waiting times, fall but watchdog urges caution (B Christie) 332:383 (N) Scott A, see Mavromaras K 332:148 Scott EM, see Balen AH 332:434 Scott J, Depression should be managed like a chronic disease 332:985 (E), 1154 (L) screening depression, should we screen? (S Gilbody, et al) (Health policy) 332:1027 (A) informed choice: implications for evaluation (L Irwig, et al) (Screening and choice) 332:1148 (A) US, religious women (R Dobson) 332:138 (N) scrotal swelling abdominal aortic aneurysm, renal lesions and: in elderly man: Interactive case report case report (SK Das, et al) 332:899 (P) case progression (SK Das, et al) 332:959 (P) case outcome (SK Das, et al) 332:1198 (P) contents (SK Das, et al) 332:1021 (P), 1079 (P), 1141 (P) scrums, rugby union: ban? (JB Bourke) (Personal view) 332:1281 (R), 1391 (L) seasonal affective disorder, light therapy and fluoxetine 332 (3 June 2006) Sebastian S, et al, Improving surveillance for Barretts oesophagus 332:1511 (L) Sebire NJ, Hydatidiform mole and medical management of miscarriage 332:1454 (L) Sebri E, et al, The tobacco industry in developing countries 332:313 (E), 548 (L) Seckl JR, see Reynolds RM 332:702 secretory IgA antibodies, coeliac disease stool screening test in children (M Kappler, et al) 332:213 (S) Seeley, Charles, Obituary (H Seeley) 332:1098 Seet RCS, see Lim ECH 332:1323 seizures, first seizure: management in adults and children (B Pohlmann-Eden) 332:339 (C) selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors suicide and: updated meta-analysis 332:1453 (L) suicide risk in elderly 332 (20 May 2006) self harm, prevalence, contemporary Goth youth subculture: longitudinal cohort study (R Young, et al) 332:135 (L), 1058 (S), 1215 (L), 1216 (L), 1335 (L) Sen P Gladiator Games (Theatre) 332:309 (R) Unknown White Male (Film) 332:859 (R) senior house officers see also doctors job applications, implications of withdrawing from post after accepting it? (T Pickersgill) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:52 research projects, and getting it published: part 2 (A Alwitry) BMJ Careers 332:58 time management effectiveness (E Kiverniti, et al) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:117 Senior R, see Dwivedi G 332:406, 471, 643 Senn SJ, JAMAs policy does not go far enough 332:305 (L) sentinel nodes, status as prognostic factor in melanoma (S Kettlewell, et al) 332:1423 (S) sex determination, India, convictions (G Mudur) 332:257 (N) sex workers see prostitution sexism, in Blandys Transurethral Resection 1971 (M Hussain, et al) 332:1488 sexual behaviour, adolescence, guidance does not require mandatory reporting of underage sex (S Mayor) 332:872 (N) sexual health services see also genitourinary medicine NHS trusts are using cash to balance books (KM McIntosh) 332:139 (N) UK has inadequate services for victims (R Dobson) 332:993 (N) sexually transmitted infections foundation (STIF) course (F Ross) BMJ Careers 332:99 general practice trends 1990-2000 (JA Cassell, et al) 332:332 (S), 551 (L) Seymour CA, see Payne-James JJ BMJ Careers 332:25 Shabsigh R, see McMahon CN 332:589 Shaerf DA, Venous thromboembolism 332:364 (L) Shah, Ramanlal Bhikhabhai, Obituary (D Whiteford, et al) 332:554 Shah A, Anatomy demonstration: a personal perspective BMJ Careers 332:116 Shah N, see Kumar S BMJ Careers 332:36 Shamir R, see Koletzko B 332:621 Shamsian N, et al, Hand surgery (Internet) BMJ Careers 332:235 shared care see collaborative care Sharland M, see Menson EN 332:1183 Sharma, Surinder, interview with (C White) 332:874 (N) Sharman N, see Le Cocq H BMJ Careers 332:205 Sharvill J, Pulmonary embolism in hospital practice 332:304 (L) Shaughnessy AF, et al, Life without COX 2 inhibitors 332:1287 (E) Shaw M see Barford A 332:808, 1095 see Dorling D 332:662 Shearer, James Malcolm Latham, Obituary (M Shearer, et al) 332:56 Sheehan M, see Gillies J 332:279 Sheffield, Frank William, Obituary (M Philpott) 332:493 Sheikh A see Ghouri N 332:291 see Levy ML 332:1347

Sheldon T Doctor who was remanded for murder wins record damages 332:443 (N) Dutch doctors campaign for smoking ban in hospitality industry 332:746 (N) Dutch doctors suspended for use of complementary medicine 332:929 (N) Dutch insurance company will pay doctors to prescribe cheap drugs 332:254 (N) Dutch launch campaign against drinking 332:6 (N) Dutch patients are warned against stem cell treatment 332:1232 (N) Dutch want publication of data on heart surgery 332:1049 (N) Twin study shows cannabis makes moving to hard drugs more likely 332:197 (N) Uninsured Dutch patients are being denied hospital care, say doctors 332:1293 (N) see Gilbody S 332:1027 Shelton JD, see Cassell MM 332:605 Shennan AH, et al, Why should preterm births be rising? 332:924 (E) Sheppard N, see Townley WA 332:397 Sherburn, Vincent England, Obituary (B Redfern) 332:732 Sherifi J, I am a Malaysian citizen thinking of going to the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland to study medicine. Is a UK degree recognised in the Republic of Ireland, and vice versa? Would I have to take exams before seeking jobs in the other country (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:92, BMJ Careers 332:198 Sherley-Dale A, Merits of a convoluted career path BMJ Careers 332:178 Sheth HG, et al, Lipid lowering drugs in diabetes 332:1272 (L) shift work hard days night (AD Sobande, et al) BMJ Careers 332:118 surviving night shifts (D Noble, et al) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:7 weekend change from 1:8 to 1:7: legal? (D Adsett) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:228 (GP edition) Shiner T, see Owen D 332:1213 Shingadia D, see Burgner D 332:1392 Shipman, Harold Dame Janet protests at lack of action (T Richards) 332:1111 (N), 1274 (L), 1275 (L) Dame Janets disappointments (G Elwyn) (Personal view) 332:1161 (R), 1274 (L), 1275 (L) ships doctors see naval medicine Shirley P, I will complete my postgraduate degree (MD in anaesthesia) in India in March 2006, and I have passed the Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board test part 2. However, the current situation for overseas doctors in the UK and the development of super specialties in the field of anaesthesia in India is making me think twice before I move to the UK. What should I do? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:52 Shoaib T, see Kettlewell S 332:1423 Shokrollahi K, see Boyce DE 332:710 Shooter, Mike, on David Clark (M Cooney) BMJ Careers 332:206 Short cuts (A Tonks) 332:38, 163, 225, 289, 351, 411, 536, 597, 654, 713, 781, 842, 905, 1025 (correction, 1138), 1084, 1146, 1205, 1264 (correction, 1418), 1327, 1501 (C Martyn) 332:105, 966 (K Fister) 332:477, 1383, 1442 Short R Poor checks for bedside blood transfusion put patients at risk 332:1171 (N) UK government consults public on compulsory folate fortification 332:873 (N) UK needs 10 000 extra psychologists 332:1471 (N) UK urges free basic health care in poor countries 332:1470 (N) Shumway, Norman, Obituary (C Richmond) 332:552 Shuster S, NICE work 332:1394 (L) Sibanda V, see Bakker A 332:53 sick doctors alcohol drinking, lessons from writers (J Hill) BMJ Careers 332:43 (GP edition) doctors health (J Sladden) (Internet) BMJ Careers 332:40 (GP edition) drug misuse: face spot checks (M Day) 332:322 (N) sick leave complementary treatment for chronic diease: annual leave? (C Grainger) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:122 Denmark, work environment risk factors (T Lund, et al) 332:449 (S) sickle cell screening, genetic counselling (Z Kmietowicz) 332:570 (N) Siddiqui WA, Tokyo is a must BMJ Careers 332:238 Sidhu R, et al, Gastrointestinal capsule endoscopy: from tertiary centres to primary care 332:528 (P) Sidley P Promoter of vitamins for AIDS calls off lawsuits 332:507 (N) Seven die in polio outbreak in Namibia 332:1408 (N) Zumas trial leaves confused messages on AIDS 332:1112 (N) SIDS see sudden infant death Siegel-Itzkovich J Cancer organisation hits out at medical research funded by tobacco companies 332:6 (N) Israelis wont get cover for transplantation unless they can show organ is legal 332:687 (N) Patients wanting access to cancer drugs call off hunger strike 332:1352 (N) Siegler, Gerald Joseph, Obituary (TD Wauchob) 332:493 Sieverding L, see Kumpf M 332:1139 Sikorski J, et al, Best research 332:491 (L) Silove D, see Fazel M 332:251 Silver DA, Disappearing teaspoons 332:121 (L) Simm EA, et al, GPs provide valuable continuity during age transition 332:669 (L) Simmons IG, see Brogden PR 332:118 Simmons J, see Parikh AR BMJ Careers 332:246 Simms I, see Cassell JA 332:332 Simon G Collaborative care for depression 332:249 (E) see Franzo A 332:1093 Simonsen L, et al, US flu mortality estimates are based on solid science 332:177 (L) Simooya OO, et al, HIV/AIDS is still a double sentence in prisons 332:119 (L) Simpson, Peter, interview (L Sanai) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:176 Simpson JH, et al, Multitasking is not without risk BMJ Careers 332:178

Sinclair, John Maxwell, Obituary (DM Sinclair) 332:123 Singh D, Clarify role of NHS market or patients may suffer, says Kings Fund 332:1353 (N) Singh JA, see Chan A-W 332:1086 Singh M, see Cook G 332:819 Sithamparanatham M, Thats all I got handed over (Personal view) 332:496 (R), 610 (L) Siva T, The World Medical and Health Games: the annual Olympics for medics BMJ Careers 332:59 Sivakumar R, see Owen D 332:1213 Skarda H, Working as a resident medical officer is stimulating and satisfying (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:181 skin cancers, Improving Outcomes for People with Skin Tumours Including Melanoma (S Mayor) 332:507 (N) Skovenborg E, see Johansen D 332:519 skull fractures, suture variant mimicking intentional injury (P Weir, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:1020 (P) Sladden J Child care in the NHS BMJ Careers 332:37 (GP edition) Doctors health (Internet) BMJ Careers 332:40 (GP edition) Does the whole in health care need to be filled holistically? BMJ Careers 332:133 Overseas doctors health BMJ Careers 332:8, BMJ Careers 332:9 (GP edition) Sleath JD, Bird flu 332:913 (L) sleep, dummies and sudden infant death syndrome risk (D-K Li, et al) 332:18, 178 (L) sleep apnoea syndrome, treatment, didgeridoo (MA Puhan, et al) 332:266 (S) sleep disorders children and adolescents (S Kotagal, et al) 332:828 (C) melatonin: efficacy and safety overview (A Herxheimer) 332:373 (E) meta-analysis (N Buscemi, et al) 332:385 (S), 550 (L) Smith, Janet, protests at lack of action on Shipman inquiry (T Richards) 332:1111 (N), 1274 (L), 1275 (L) Smith, Richard, Kamran Abbasi on his mentor (P Cross) BMJ Careers 332:100 Smith A, see Lai V 332:304 (L) Smith CJ, see McMahon CN 332:589 Smith IE et al, ABC of breast diseases. Medical treatment of early breast cancer I: Adjuvant treatment 332:34 (P) II: Endocrine therapy 332:101 (P) III: Chemotherapy 332:161 (P) IV: Neoadjuvant treatment 332:223 (P) Smith L, see Trinder J 332:1235 Smith PF Climate change 332:1509 (L) see Fergusson DM 332:172 Smith VP, Conscientious objection in medicine 332:425 (L) Smithson JAJ, see Das AK 332:1334 smoking see also passive smoking glucose intolerance among young adults and: CARDIA study (TK Houston, et al) 332:1064 (R) (correction, 1298) helicobacter pylori, peridontitis and 332:1513 (L) Muslims, and Islam (N Ghouri, et al) (Public health) 332:291 (A) Netherlands, doctors campaign for ban in hospitality industry (T Sheldon) 332:746 (N) pregnancy and birth weight (bmjupdates) 332 (25 February 2006) public ban antismoking groups lobby against House of Lords report (L Eaton) 332:1410 (N) complete ban for England predicted (M Day) 332:136 (N) disproportionate to the problem (Z Kmietowicz) 332:1349 (N) in enclosed public places from summer 2007 (O Dyer) 332:440 (N) MPs ridicule proposed partial ban (M Day) 332:9 (N) partial ban would worsen inequalities in health 332:362 (L) World Cup criticisms (K Duke) 332:1351 (N) US, California: government target (B Roehr) 332:1470 (N) smoking cessation ABC of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (P Srivastava, et al) 332:1324 (P) catastrophic pathways: national survey (R West, et al) 332:458 (S) doctors could help more smokers to quit: NICE report (B Ravichandran) 332:811 (N) telephone counselling access (bmjupdates) 332 (29 April 2006) Smyth RL, see Poustie VJ 332:632 Snijders PJ, see Berkhof J 332:237 Snow, John on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:58 (R) The Medical Detective (Hempel) (Books) 332:1220 (R) Sobande AD, et al, A hard days night BMJ Careers 332:118 social marketing practice in health care (WD Evans) (Health education) 332:1207 (A) (correction, 333:299) putting it into practice (G Hastings, et al) (Health education) 332:1210 (A) social security Kentish Town employment advisers (Z Kmietowicz) 332:258 (N) The Welfare Show (C Martin) (Art) 332:430 (R) social value, NICE judgements (JA Michaels) 332:48, 48 (A) socioeconomic factors amblyopia and educational, health, and social outcomes: 1958 British birth cohort (JS Rahi, et al) 332:820 (S) obesity in adolescence: longitudinal study of ethnically and socioeconomically diverse sample in Britain (J Wardle, et al) 332:1130 (S) partial and no immunisation in first year of life (L Samad, et al) 332:1312 (S) poorest children under 10 are 40% more likely to die than richest (R Dobson) 332:627 (N) sodium balance disorders (RM Reynolds, et al) 332:702 (C), 853 (L), 854 (L) soluble paracetamol and raised blood pressure (L Douglas) (Drug points) 332:1133 (S) Sohal T, see West R 332:458 Sokol DK, A magical education (Personal view) 332:1399 (R) Solomon A Organising a research visit to a laboratory abroad with biological research samples (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:169 Productive science across the pond BMJ Careers 332:168 see Kivipelto M 332:1104 Solutions.doc Access to personal health care is limited BMJ Careers 332:105

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Clinicians spend too long on the phone BMJ Careers 332:77 Communicating risk to patients is difficult BMJ Careers 332:139 Doctors favour drug treatments BMJ Careers 332:159 Doctors titles are underselling the profession BMJ Careers 332:49 England might win the football world cup BMJ Careers 332:129 How to create an NHS that appeals to all sections of society BMJ Careers 332:19 How to re-establish trust within the doctor-patient relationship BMJ Careers 332:89 Need to streamline medical care in hospitals BMJ Careers 332:28 Off the wall solutions for on the ball doctors BMJ Careers 332:105 (GP edition) The practice of medicine is becoming less fun BMJ Careers 332:36 (GP edition) We all want equality and excellence in health care BMJ Careers 332:67 Sondorp E see Palmer N 332:718 Song Y, see He K 332:915 Soumerai SB, see Choudhry NK 332:141 Soutar D, see Kettlewell S 332:1423 South Africa AIDS promoter of vitamins for AIDS calls off lawsuits (P Sidley) 332:507 (N) Zumas trial leaves confused messages (P Sidley) 332:1112 (N) rape, womens experiences and preferences of services after rape (NJ Christofides, et al) 332:209 (S) work experience (G Lydall, et al) BMJ Careers 332:174 South Australian Cerebral Palsy Research Group, see Gibson CS 332:76 Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust fined 100 000 for failing to supervise junior staff (C Dyer) 332:930 (N) prosecuted for not supervising junior doctors (C Dyer) 332:135 (N) Southern SJ, see Shamsian N BMJ Careers 332:235 Spathis MGS, The nursing professions coming of age 332:51 (L) specialist registrars see also doctors night shift work (AD Sobande, et al) BMJ Careers 332:118 specialties, medical choice (S Heard) BMJ Careers 332:221 myocardial infarction outcome and speciality of admitting physician (J Birkhead, et al) 332:1306 (S) Speelman P, see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 Spence D The Far Wrong (Soundings) 332:1161 (R) Money for nothing, and your kicks for free 332:1096 (L), 1216 (L) Research for profit 332:1155 (L) Rocky in suburbia (Soundings) 332:185 (R) A sporting chance (Soundings) 332:675 (R) Suburban Shaman (Books) 332:495 (R) Spencer DA, et al, Empyema thoracis is still increasing in UK children 332:1333 (L) Spencer J, Consciousness: a surprising encounter 332:1017 sperm, misinformation about X and Y sperm 332:916 (L) Spirito P, et al, Management of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy 332:1251 (C) splitting pills, unauthorised practices (G Dunea) (Soundings) 332:1459 (R) spontaneous miscarriage, in first trimester (A Weeks, et al) 332:1223 (E) sport anomalous origin of left coronary artery in young athletes with syncope (M Kumpf, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:1139 (P) sporting chance (D Spence) (Soundings) 332:675 (R) World Medical and Health Games, annual Olympics for medics (T Siva) BMJ Careers 332:59 Spurgeon B, France urged to close high risk operating theatres 332:992 (N) Spurgeon D Authors threaten to withhold articles from CMAJ 332:812 (N) Banning trans fatty acids will reduce risk of heart attacks, study says 332:931 (N) CMA draws criticism for sacking editors 332:503 (N) CMAJ editorial board members vent anger at lack of openness 332:624 (N) CMAJ owner fails to guarantee editorial independence 332:565 (N) FDA regulations make it harder to sue drug companies 332:1350 (N) Lamer quits as chairman of CMAJ governance panel 332:1114 (N) Most of CMAJ editorial board resigns 332:687 (N), 854 (L) Poor patients in rich countries have fair access to GPs but not to specialists 332:138 (N) Quebec introduces more private care into its health system 332:507 (N) Radical reforms may end Canadas public health service monopoly 332:569 (N) Radiotherapy can improve outcomes in some lung cancer patients 332:1411 (N) Saw palmetto extract is not effective for BPH 332:323 (N) Specialists call for legalised trade in kidneys 332:443 (N) To expunge sensitive topics from medical journals is folly 332:1175 (N) US study questions use of black box warning on antidepressants 332:68 (N) Vitamin D is associated with a lower risk of cancer 332:70 (N) Spurgeon P, see Parry J 332:1005 Sri Lanka, mortality, timing among internally displaced persons due to the tsunami (N Nishikiori, et al) 332:334 (S) Sritharan K Maritime medicine BMJ Careers 332:146 et al, Writing a transfer letter (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:221 (GP edition) Srivastava, Rajeev, lack of supervision by Trust (C Dyer) 332:135 (N) Srivastava D, Communicating with the on-call consultant BMJ Careers 332:189 Srivastava P, et al, ABC of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Smoking cessation 332:1324 (P) Staab D, et al, Age related, structured educational programmes for the management of atopic dermatitis in children and adolescents: multicentre, randomised controlled trial 332:933 (S) staff grade doctors see also doctors the Hidden Heroes of the NHS (O Mashta) 332:383 (N)

Standfield RW, Rugby union should ban contested scrums 332:1391 (L) Stansby G, see Belch J 332:1213 Stanton D, see Cassell MM 332:605 Stason WB, see Kaptchuk TJ 332:391 statins cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes, lipid lowering: where are we? (JPD Reckless) 332:1103 (E) coronary disease, effectiveness and efficiency of different guidelines on statin treatment for preventing deaths (DG Manuel, et al) 332:1419 (S) elderly, secondary prevention of coronary disease after national service framework (SE Ramsay, et al) 332:144 (S) NICE calls for wider use (S Mayor) 332:256 (N) serious side effects are rare (bmjupdates) 332 (6 May 2006) should we lower cholesterol as much as possible? (U Ravnskov, et al) (Controversy) 332:1330 (A), 1452 (L) switching (JC Moon, et al) 332:1344 (E), 1512 (L), 1513 (L) Statistics Notes, The cost of dichotomising continuous variables (DG Altman, et al) 332:1080 (P), 1216 (L) Statistics in practice, The simplest statistical test: how to check for a difference between treatments (SJ Pocock) 332:1256 (P) Staunton, Dudley, Obituary (W Shand) 332:56 Steer CR, see Mackenzie DG 332:1451 Steer PJ So whats so new about patient choice? (Personal view) 332:981 (R) see Uebing A 332:401 Stein A, see Forrest G 332:998 stem cell transplantation Korea on being downstream from faked scientific reports (TF Murphy) (Personal view) 332:674 (R) Hwang denies intentionally falsifying results (J Parry) 332:138 (N) Hwang faked cloning studies (J Parry) 332:67 (N) Hwang resigns (J Parry) 332:7 (N) Schatten cleared of misconduct but accused of misbehaviour (J Parry) 332:382 (N) Netherlands, warning (T Sheldon) 332:1232 (N) regulating collection and use (J Kent, et al) 332:866 (E) Stephenson J, see Jenkinson L BMJ Careers 332:66 Stephenson JM see Cassell JA 332:332 see Oakley A 332:413 Stepwice Research Team, see Coulton S 332:511 sterilization, sexual, Czech Republic, Roma women were unlawfully sterilised (K Krosnar) 332:138 (N) Stern A, see Jadad AR 332:925 Sterne JAC see Low N 332:14 see Whiting P 332:875 steroids see corticosteroids Sterrick MJ, Competence in children has a Scottish twist 332:975 (L) Stevens A see Lilford R 332:542 see Parry J 332:1005 Stevens J, see Bhat Suneel B 332:668 Stewart E, Refugee doctorsa valuable resource BMJ Careers 332:73 (correction, 84) Stewart, Iain Douglas, Obituary (S Pringle) 332:612 Stewart GD, Surgical training: gaining operating experience overseas BMJ Careers 332:158 Stewart PM, see Hobbs FDR 332:983 Stewart R, Mental health legislation and decision making capacity 332:118 (L), 237 (L) Stewart-Brown S, see Frost H 332:680 Stich A, see Inojosa WO 332:1479 Stobbart L, et al, Consent for research in hyperacute stroke 332:1405 (E) Stoltz J-A, see Kerr T 332:220 Stone, Michael, tries to stop publication of inquiry into his care (C Dyer) 332:872 (N) Stone DA, see Kaptchuk TJ 332:391 Stott R, Healthy response to climate change (Contraction and convergence) 332:1385 (A), 1509 Strain, George Andrew, Obituary (H Isaacs) 332:1158 Strange V, see Oakley A 332:413 Strassnig M, see Ganguli R 332:1346 Street A, see Maynard A 332:906 Streetly, Alison, interview (Z Kmietowicz) 332:570 (N) streptokinase, pleural infection: intrapleural (D Bouros, et al) 332:133 (E), 552 (L) stress, chronic stress at work and metabolic syndrome (T Chandola, et al) 332:521 (R), 667 (L), 1153 (L) stroke informed consent, research in hyperacute stroke (L Stobbart, et al) 332:1405 (E) national clinical guidelines on lowering blood pressure: applicability to primary care (J Mant, et al) 332:635 (S), 793 (L) pain reported for long time (bmjupdates) 332 (27 May 2006) research and development in services (D Jenkinson, et al) 332:318 (E), 551 (L) Strong L, see Palmer N 332:718 Strube P, I wish to do postgraduate studies in anaesthetics or paediatrics in either the United Kingdom or Australia. Please advise me on selecting one field, taking into consideration job opportunities, risk, salary, and other aspects (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:92 Stuart JM see Hahn SJM 332:1299 see Tully J 332:445 students, medical see also education, medical ethnic groups, increasing numbers (PL Carr, et al) 332:740 (E) funding, financial difficulties (P ONeill) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:12 predicting strugglers: Nottingham University Medical School case study (J Yates, et al) 332:1009 (S) summer school for deprived 16 year olds (T Greenhalgh, et al) 332:762 (S) textbook type of mind. Endpiece (JG Fairer) 332:1126 validate problem based learning 332:365 (L) study groups for membership exams (S Malik) BMJ Careers 332:86 (S Malik) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:87 Strmer T, et al, Personality, lifestyle, and risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer: follow-up of population based cohort 332:1359 (S) Sturrock NDC, Secondary care is not evil 332:552 (L) Suarez A, see Puhan MA 332:266 subarachnoid haemorrhage, gloomy prognoses keep lawyers happy but are bad for patients (R Lawson) (Personal view) 332:1459 (R)

Sudan AIDS, health ministers advocacy of condoms sparks controversy (P Moszynski) 332:1233 (N) avian influenza (P Moszynski) 332:993 (N) sudden infant death, dummies and (D-K Li, et al) 332:18, 178 (L) suicide, assisted Irwin questioned about womans suicide (C Dyer) 332:256 (N) palliative care and (B Ravichandran) 332:993 (N) Switzerland hospital allows suicide in its beds (C Chapman) 332:7 (N) neighbours complain of Dignitas bodies in lift (C Chapman) 332:1292 (N) UK House of Lords rejects (C Dyer) 332:1169 (N) US, Oregon Death with Dignity Act upheld (F Charatan) 332:195 (N) suicide children, antidepressant risk (J Lenzer) 332:626 (N) Goth youth subculture: longitudinal cohort study (R Young, et al) 332:1058 (S), 1215 (L), 1216 (L), 1335 (L) parental suicide after expected death of child at home (DE Davies) (Lesson of the week) 332:647 (P), 794 (L) paroxetine and (J Lenzer) 332:1175 (N) selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and: updated metaanalysis 332:1453 (L) telephone contact and further suicide attempts after discharge (G Vaiva, et al) 332:1241 (S) US, antidepressants black box warning (D Spurgeon) 332:68 (N) Summerbell CD, see Hooper L 332:752 Summerfield DA Depression should be managed like a chronic disease 332:1154 (L) Humanitarian crisis in Israeli occupied territories 332:1276 (L), 1336 (L) Sundstrm J, et al, Clinical value of the metabolic syndrome for long term prediction of total and cardiovascular mortality: prospective, population based cohort study 332:878 (S), 1036 (L) supervisors, helping a trainee in difficulty (HC Richardson, et al) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:95 Sure Start local programmes, effect on children and families (J Belsky, et al) 332:1476 (S) Suresh V, A memorable patient, Keep me in the loop 332:279 surgery Cultivating a Thinking Surgeon: New Perspectives on Clinical Teaching, Learning and Assessment (de Cossart, et al) (Books) 332:429 (R) education how to pass MRCS (S Brennan) BMJ Careers 332:85 postgraduate diploma in minor surgery : setting one up (J Botting) BMJ Careers 332:6 (GP edition) surgeons may need to work from chambers to meet local demand (A ODowd) 332:688 (N) surgery, operative ABC of wound healing (DJ Leaper, et al) 332:532 (P) assisting in theatre (S Janes) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:24 Endpiece (MJ Thompson) 332:1255 oncoplastic breast surgery through a general surgical route (A Jain) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:102, BMJ 332:228 (general practice) trauma surgery, neglect (NRM Tai, et al) 332:805 (E) surgery, plastic career advice (A Hart, et al) BMJ Careers 332:103 reconstructive: ABC of wound healing (DE Boyce, et al) 332:710 (P) Sutcliffe AG, et al, Rational prescribing for children 332:1464 (E) (correction, 333:137) Sutcliffe L, see Cassell JA 332:332 Sutter MC, see Ravnskov U 332:1330 Suttner NJ, see Weir P 332:1020 Sutton M, et al, Determinants of primary medical care quality measured under the new UK contract: cross sectional study 332:389 (S) sutures, wound management in general practice (C Heal, et al) 332:1053 (S) Swainson CP, A foray into unfamiliar territory (Personal view) 332:557 (R) Swamy A, et al, Calciphylaxis (Minerva) 332:982 Sweden, breast cancers, over-diagnosis rate after end of Malm mammographic screening trial (S Zackrisson, et al) 332:689 (S), 727 (L), 728 (L) Sweeney K, Personal knowledge 332:129 (E) Sweeting H, see Young R 332:1058, 1335 Swerdlow AJ, see Hepworth SJ 332:883 Switzerland AIDS HIV positive woman ordered to disclose partners names (B Pancevski) 332:809 (N) naked poster campaign (K Duke) 332:1174 (N) bone marrow transplant from saviour sibling (B Pancevski) 332:1352 (N) euthanasia in hospital beds (C Chapman) 332:7 (N) neighbours complain of Dignitas bodies in lift (C Chapman) 332:1292 (N) Syme, Dr, Maire Cooney on her mentor (M Cooney) BMJ Careers 332:130 synapse, Nerve Endings: The Discovery of the Synapse (Rapport) (Books) 332:308 (R) syncope anomalous origin of left coronary artery in young athletes (M Kumpf, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:1139 (P) falls due to timolol eye drops and (ME Mller, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:960 systemic lupus erythematosus patients journey (J Robinson) 332:1374 (P) review (DP DCruz) 332:890 (C) Szczeklik A, Catharsis: On the Art of Medicine (Books) 332:1458 (R) Szczepanski R, see Staab D 332:933

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Tanne JH AMA develops measures of doctors performance 332:506 (N) Antipsychotic use among US young people has risen sixfold 332:1407 (N) The Body at Risk: Photography of Disorder, Illness, and Healing (Art) 332:125 (R) Bush administration promotes health savings accounts 332:992 (N) CDC to call for routine AIDS testing for people aged 13-64: 332:1169 (N) Congresswoman criticises drug plan for elderly people 332:1352 (N) Court awards claimant $13.5m in rofecoxib lawsuit 332:927 (N) Drug company trials tend to find positive results 332:1174 (N) End drug firms influence on CME, says AMA journal 332:1410 (N) An eye opening technique 332:1472 (N) FDA rejected contraception for political reasons 332:624 (N) A few insurers monopolise US health market 332:992 (L) Gap in contraceptive use between rich and poor is growing in US 332:1170 (N) Heart disease tests increase, but attack rate is unchanged 332:257 (N) Hospitalisation increases partners risk of death 332:442 (N) Meta-analysis challenges benefits of moderate drinking 332:811 (N) Methamphetamine epidemic hits middle America 332:382 (N) Middle aged white people are healthier in England than US 332:1047 (N) Miracle workers (TV) 332:673 (R) Nearly 40 million people worldwide are infected with HIV 332:1289 (N) NEJM editor gives pretrial evidence in Vioxx case 332:255 (N) NEJM stands by its criticism of Vioxx study 332:505 (N) Number of uninsured middle class US citizens grows 332:1047 (N) Researchers funded by NIH are failing to make data available 332:684 (N) Rofecoxib may cause heart attacks in first weeks of use 332:1114 (N) Senators block Bushs nominee to head FDA 332:686 (N) South Dakota abortion ban encourages other states 332:626 (N) Subsidies for malaria treatment could save 25 000 lives a month 332:569 (N) Two thirds of US intensive care patients get suboptimal care 332:1292 (N) Ultra-Orthodox Jews criticised over circumcision practice 332:137 (N) UN conference on AIDS settles on compromise statement 332:1349 (N) US administration announces plan to combat bird flu 332:1113 (N) US campaign to save 100 000 lives exceeds its target 332:1468 (N) US doctors debate safety of abortifacient drug 332:71 (N) US experts revise heart treatment guidelines 332:1293 (N) US health spending reaches a sixth of gross domestic product 332:198 (N) US primary care is on verge of collapse, says doctors body 332:320 (N) US Supreme Court to review partial birth abortion law 332:506 (N) Vaccines against cervical cancer provoke US controversy 332:814 (N) (correction, 1138) Tanuseputro P, see Manuel DG 332:659, 1419 Tanzania, cancer doctor returns home (G Watts) BMJ Careers 332:209 Tapia-Conyer R, et al, Mexico and the tobacco industry 332:548 (L) Tarrant J, see Aquilina C 332:608 Taslaq S, et al, Steroid psychosis dose related adverse drug reaction (Minerva) 332:246 (R) Tate, Austin, Obituary (B Crossley, et al) 332:1098 Tate AR, see Samad L 332:1312 Taubert M European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) (diplomatosis) BMJ Careers 332:89 et al, Self harm in Goth youth subculture 332:1216 (L), 1335 (L) taxation, new legislation (J Ward) BMJ Careers 332:56 Taylor, John Gibson (Ian), Obituary (A Green, et al) 332:182 Taylor CB, Panic disorder 332:951 (C), 1094 (L) Taylor CM, et al, Lesson of the week. New football boots and toxic shock syndrome 332:1376 (P) Taylor F, et al, Launch of online career development toolkit BMJ Careers 332:85 (GP edition) Taylor MA, see Truby H 332:1309 Taylor R, see Simonsen L 332:177 Taylor S, Psychological treatment centres 332:1155 (L) Taylor SM, Selecting medical students 332:1156 (L) teaching see also education, medical Pradip Datta interview (S Kalaskar) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:60 students forever. A memorable patient (SB Naik) 332:346 those who cant do it, teach it? (FB Naini) 332:219 teamwork, foundation year programmes competences (N Cooper, et al) BMJ Careers 332:46 teaspoons, case of disappearing teaspoons: Australian research institute 332:121 (L) technology, medical adoption of new surgical technology (CB Wilson) (Surgery) 332:112 (A), 236 (L) Brazil, 21st century temptations v. 20th century resources (MB Ferraz) (Personal view) 332:861 (R) Hope or Hype (Deyo, et al) 332:859 (R) introducing new health interventions (J Gabbay, et al) 332:64 (E), 235 (L) Tee J-LJ, New UK policy on overseas doctors 332:1033 (L) telephones see also mobile phones clinicians spend too long on phone (Solutions.doc) BMJ Careers 332:77 further suicide attempts in discharged patients and telephone contact (G Vaiva, et al) 332:1241 (S) mentoring (S Kersley) BMJ Careers 332:58 (GP edition) television, David Bull interview (S Naheed) (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:50 (GP edition) Temte JL, Should all children be immunised against hepatitis A? (Child health) 332:715 (A)

10-minute consultation Erectile dysfunction (J Rees, et al) 332:593 (P) Proteinuria (J Haynes, et al) 332:284 (P), 489 (L) Teo JTH, Dont discount magnet therapy 332:180 (L) ter Braak E, Patients need not give consent in all clinical education 332:549 (L) ter Riet G, see Bachmann LM 332:1127 terminal care see palliative care Testa L, see Biondi-Zoccai GGL 332:202 testicular cancers, gynaecomastia presentation (M Harris, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:837 (P) Thaler L, Access to emergency care in Palestinian West Bank 332:1276 (L) thalidomide, Thalidomide!! A Musical (A Abbara, et al) 332:369 (R) Thampy RS, et al, A consultant ophthalmologist (Fifteen minutes with . . .) BMJ Careers 332:90 theatre, privates on parade (JO Drife) (Soundings) 332:615 (R) Thekkott D, et al, Across the Atlantic BMJ Careers 332:170 thermotherapy, do it yourself (J Buijs, et al) 332:841 Thomas H, see Parry J 332:1005 Thomas JM, et al, Cure of cutaneous melanoma 332:987 (E) Thomas MC, see Ramsay SE 332:144 Thomas S et al, Vacuums and maggots in orthopaedic surgery 332:1156 (L), 1275 (L) see Koes BW 332:1430 Thompson C, see Fidler H 332:461 Thompson M, see Harnden A 332:1295 Thompson MJ Endpiece. For surgeons 332:1255 Endpiece. Knives rather than swords 332:1201 Walk the line 332:1434 Thompson RL, see Hooper L 332:752 Thompson WG, The Placebo Effect and Health: Combining Science and Compassionate Care (Books) 332:243 (R) Thomson, David Alexander, Obituary (D Neden) 332:732 Thomson, Stanley Andrew, Obituary (RS Thomson) 332:1218 Thoppil, Mathew Philip, Obituary (J Thoppil) 332:367 thoracic surgery, new training for old specialty (D West, et al) BMJ Careers 332:6 Thorburn D, see Lai V 332:304 (L) Thornton H Ramifications of screening for breast cancer 332:728 (L) Research governance 332:238 (L), 365 (L) thrombolysis, low molecular weight heparin in palliative care (SIR Noble, et al) 332:577 (S), 728 (L), 729 (L) thyrotoxicosis, diagnosis and management (EN Pearce) 332:1369 (C) ties, disease spreading doctors (M Day) 332:442 (N) Tighe M, Fetuses can feel pain 332:1036 (L) Till JE, Policing of information from internet breast cancer list 332:1095 (L) time management effectiveness (E Kiverniti, et al) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:117 multitasking: not without risk (JH Simpson, et al) BMJ Careers 332:178 to do lists (M Griffiths) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:215 (GP edition) Timmins N, How the mighty came to fall 332:628 (N) tinnitus, telephone consultations can be useful (B Raschkes) 332:607 titles, changing (S Ramaiah) (Personal view) 332:370 (R) Tjnneland A, see Tolstrup J 332:1244 Tjosvold L, see Buscemi N 332:385 to do lists, (M Griffiths) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:215 (GP edition) tobacco industry advertising, film makers should show they accept no gifts (R Dobson) 332:440 (N) developing countries, BATs erosion of health legislation in Uzbekistan (AB Gilmore, et al) (Public health) 332:355, 491 (L) in developing countries (E Sebri, et al) 332:313 (E), 548 (L) European Union warns four countries over advertising (R Watson) 332:872 (N) firms covertly hired scientists (R Dobson) 332:321 (N) how did UK cigarette makers reduce tar to 10 mg or less? 332:302 (L) Israel Cancer Organisation hits out (J Siegel-Itzkovich) 332:6 (N) Mexico, doing wrong thing for right reason? (J Samet, et al) (Public health) 332:353 (A), 548 (L) US cigarette consumption lowest since 1951 (R Dobson) 332:687 (N) Thank You for Smoking (G Yamey) (Film) 332:920 (R) toes, Great Toe of This Assembly (L Farrell) (Soundings) 332:371 Tokars JI, see George A 332:1435 Tokode M, et al, Thats all I got handed over 332:610 (L) Tolonen H, see Tunstall-Pedoe H 332:629 Tolstrup J, et al, Prospective study of alcohol drinking patterns and coronary heart disease in women and men 332:1244 (S) Tomkowski W, see Cohen AT 332:325 Tomson C, Proteinuria in chronic renal disease was not mentioned 332:489 (L) Tonelli M, et al, Proteinuria, impaired kidney function, and adverse outcomes in people with coronary disease: analysis of a previously conducted randomised trial 332:1426 (S) Tonks A, Short cuts 332:38, 105, 163, 225, 289, 351, 411, 536, 597, 654, 713, 781, 842, 905, 1025 (correction, 1138), 1084, 1146, 1205, 1264 (correction, 1418), 1327, 1442, 1500 Tnning-Srensen L, see Fisker N 332:343 Tnseth S, see Bekkelund SI 332:1193 tooth, maxillary sinus lining prolapse after extraction (K-y Chong, et al) (Minerva) 332:1342 (R) Torgerson DJ see Dumville JC 332:969 see Hewitt CE 332:1506 see Iglesias C 332:1416 see Nixon J 332:1413 Torres P, see Walker D 332:1189 torture see also ethics, medical doctors, interrogation, and (L Justo) 332:1462 (E) Touchon J, see Ancelin ML 332:455 Tournoux C, see Biau DJ 332:995 Tovey, Ronald, guilty of irresponsible prescribing to addicts (O Dyer) 332:747 (N) Townley WA, et al, Dupuytrens contracture unfolded 332:397 (C) toxic shock syndrome, new football boots (CM Taylor, et al) (Lesson of the week) 332:1376 (P)

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Wager E Endpiece. Making themselves sicke by phantsye 332:1152 Endpiece. A warning to scholars 332:1305 Wahn U, see Staab D 332:933 waiting lists hip fractures, mortality associated with delay in operation (A Bottle, et al) 332:947 (S), 1093 (L) radiotherapy (D Dodwell, et al) (Cancer care) 332:107 (A), 235 (L) Scotland, fall but watchdog urges caution (B Christie) 332:383 (N) Wakeford R, Developing standards, criteria, and thresholds to assess fitness to practice. Commentary: criteria, competencies and confidence tricks (Professional regulation) 332:233 (A) Wales, NHS heads for 32m deficit (R Dobson) 332:930 (N) Wali A, see Palmer N 332:718 Walker, Michael Frank Cumnor, Obituary (DMC Walker) 332:554 Walker, William Martin, Obituary (E ONeill, et al) 332:1158 Walker AS, see Menson EN 332:1183 Walker D, et al, HIV prevention in Mexican schools: prospective randomised evaluation of intervention 332:1189 (S) Walker G, see Fidler H 332:461 Walker GM, et al, Colour of bile vomiting in intestinal obstruction in the newborn: questionnaire study 332:1363 (S), 1510 (L) Walker RD, Wishful thinking about primary care in 2015: 332:180 (L) Walker S, see Levy ML 332:1347 Walkers crisps, time for food industry to adopt signposting model 332:549 (L) walking, diagnostic aid (MJ Thompson) 332:1434 Wall D, see Houghton G BMJ Careers 332:178 Wallace C, et al, Effects of a web based decision aid on parental attitudes to MMR vaccination: a before and after study 332:146 (S) Wallace WA, Independent sector treatment centres: how the NHS is left to pick up the pieces (Personal view) 332:614 (R) Walley T Using personal health information in medical research 332:130 (E) see Gabbay J 332:64, 364 Walls, William Kenneth Johnstone, Obituary (LM Adams) 332:367 Walsh EM, Is it time to rethink mobile medical teams? (Personal view) 332:59 (R), 179 (L) Walsh K bmjlearning.com Are you a globalist or an analyst 332:524 Class war 332:1499 How to put NICE guidelines into practice 332:143 Learning for consultants 332:454 Learning outcomes 332:771 The Napsterisation of learning 332:652 Reusable learning objects 332:1193 Irish Songs and Ballads (CD) BMJ Careers 332:40 (GP edition) Making an educational video (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:222 see Sandars J BMJ Careers 332:106 Walter, Kenneth Herbert, Obituary (M Walter) 332:671 (correction, 755) Walter D Mobile medical teams rethink 332:179 (L) see Challen K 332:669, 1333 Walton S, et al, Use of personal child health records in the UK: findings from the millennium cohort study 332:269 (R) Wang JJ, see Liew G 332:3 Wanless Report Securing Good Care for Older People overview (C Deeming, et al) 332:867 (E) summary (M Day) 332:810 (N) still patchy (J Morris, et al) 332:1166 (E) Wantoch E, see Aquilina C 332:608

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war see also armed forces Contact Wounds: A War Surgeons Education (Kaplan) (Books) 332:428 (R) Guantanamo, call for action (M Wilks, et al) 332:560 (E), 854 (L), 855 (L) Guantanamo force feeding breaches ethics (O Dyer) 332:569 (N) prisoners. Memorable patients (ID Conacher) 332:350 Ward J, New tax legislation and the world of business angels BMJ Careers 332:56 Wardle J, et al, Development of adiposity in adolescence: five year longitudinal study of an ethnically and socioeconomically diverse sample of young people in Britain 332:1130 (S) Wares F, see Dewan PK 332:574 warfarin, atrial fibrillation, impact of adverse events and doctors knowledge (NK Choudhry, et al) 332:141 (S) Warren E, B.A.R.D. in the Practice: A Guide for Family Doctors to Consult Efficiently, Effectively and Happily (Books) BMJ Careers 332:186 Wasswa H Thousands of Ugandans with AIDS dont get free drugs 332:1112 (N) Uganda sees a rise of 12% in TB cases 332:872 (N) Wasti SA, et al, Guantanamo: a call for action 332:855 (L) water supply, Camelford inquiry, womans death linked (KM McIntosh) 332:992 (N) Waters JJ, see Chitty LS 332:452 Watkin L Making a psychiatry referral (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:79 MRCPsych Part 1 (Books) BMJ Careers 332:20 (R) MRCPsych Parts I & II (Books) BMJ Careers 332:20 (R) Watkinson P, et al, Strict glucose control in the critically ill 332:865 (E) Watling RM, see Poustie VJ 332:632 Watson, Howard, Obituary (AES Rainey) 332:1278 Watson DI, see Bampton PA 332:1320 Watson JD, see Hart A BMJ Careers 332:103 Watson M, Harmful impact of EU clinical trials directive 332:666 (L) Watson R Belgium to tighten drug advertising laws 332:1110 (N) EC launches debate on the future of scientific journals 332:928 (N) EU companies can export generic versions of patented drugs to poor countries 332:1112 (N) EU offers incentives to firms to make medicines for children 332:1352 (N) EU tightens regulations on food labelling 332:1233 (N) EU warns four countries over tobacco advertising 332:872 (N) European group targets overuse of antibiotics 332:686 (N) European public health funding is cut back 332:1291 (N) MEPs fight to reinstate EU health funding 332:686 (N) WHO calls for registration of all clinical trials 332:1232 (N) Watts, Joan Ellen Maude (ne Lambert), Obituary (RWE Watts, et al) 332:1158 Watts G Cannabis and psychosis. Science commentary: Cannabis confusions (Drugs) 332:175 (A) Careers in academic general practice BMJ Careers 332:33 (GP edition) Returning home to make a difference BMJ Careers 332:209 Will UK Biobank pay off? 332:1052 (N) Woolly views on alternative treatments (The Press) 332:1339 (R) Watts TLP Disappearing teaspoons 332:121 (L) End of contract for Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin 332:1273 (L) Smoking, Helicobacter pylori, and periodontitis 332:1513 (L) Webb DJ, see Camidge R BMJ Careers 332:43 Weber J, see Fox JM 332:179 weekend shift work see shift work Weeks A, et al, Spontaneous miscarriage in the first trimester 332:1223 (E) Weenink C, see el Moussaoui R 332:1355 Wegeners granulomatosis, in woman (N Raghava, et al) (Minerva) 332:60 (R) Weinman J, see Fidler H 332:461 Weir P, et al, Lesson of the week. Normal skull suture variant mimicking intentional injury 332:1020 (P) Welch, Ronald F, Obituary (P Clark, et al) 332:857 Welch E, The Kiwi experience BMJ Careers 332:165 Welch HG, et al, Ramifications of screening for breast cancer 332:727 (L) Weller, Stanley Douglas Victor (Sam), Obituary (R Weller) 332:612 Wells C, see Menson EN 332:1183 Wells JCK, see Hallal PC 332:1002 Wendler D, One-time general consent for research on biological samples (Ethics) 332:544 (A), 665 (L) Werfel T, see Staab D 332:933 Wessely S see Gilbody S 332:1027 see Iversen A 332:165 see Rubin GJ 332:886 West, James Neville Frederick, Obituary (J Burke) 332:1278 West Bank and Gaza Strip aid withdrawal is bringing health service to brink of collapse (C McGreal) 332:1171 (N), 1276 (L), 1336 (L) armed conflict and access to emergency health care (MJH Rytter, et al) 332:1122 (S), 1275 (L), 1276 (L) human rights group calls on Israel to save Palestinian health services (D Macintyre) 332:1231 (N) West D, et al, Thoracic surgery: new training for an old specialty BMJ Careers 332:6 West P, see Young R 332:1058, 1335 West PA, No easy solutions for frequent hospital attendances 332:552 (L) West R, et al, Catastrophic pathways to smoking cessation: findings from national survey 332:458 (S) West RM, see Das AK 332:1334 Weston C, see Birkhead J 332:1306 Whale R, see Bennett J 332:1071 What the educators are saying 332:234 (A), 972 (A), 1450 (A) Wheeler R Gillick or Fraser? A plea for consistency over competence in children 332:807 (E), 975 (L) see Lucassen A 332:299 Whincup PH, see Ramsay SE 332:144 whistleblowing Roche denies claims (M Brettingham) 332:1175 (N) Roche sued for unfair dismissal (M Brettingham) 332:441 (N)

Whitaker, Anthony John (Tony), Obituary (PT Bull, et al) 332:1218 White, Clement John (Jack), Obituary (D Davies) 332:1338 White C BMAs claim of unemployment among junior doctors is rejected 332:1471 (N) (correction, 333:299) Creating a level playing field can be an uphill task 332:874 (N) Fertility treatment regulator steps up warning about multiple births 332:1353 (N) Venous thromboembolism 332:364 (L) White CA, see Jones RB 332:942 White J, see Jones RB 332:942 White JA, see Collins L 332:66 White SA, et al, Liver transplantation from non-heart beating donors 332:376 (E) Whitehall II Study, chronic stress at work and metabolic syndrome (T Chandola, et al) 332:521 (R), 667 (L), 1153 (L) Whiteman DC, et al, Australian publics view on privacy and health research 332:1274 (L) Whiteside, Mary Lorraine (ne Stringer), Obituary (T Whiteside) 332:367 Whitfield R, see Creagh-Brown BC 332:1392 Whiting P, et al, Accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging for the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis: systematic review 332:875 (S), 1034 (L) Whitty CJM, see Inojosa WO 332:1479 Whorwell PJ, see Agrawal A 332:280 Wickes, Alan Douglas, Obituary (J Whimster) 332:123 Wide, Edgar Ralph (Mike), Obituary (G Cooper) 332:857 Wiesing U, see Schmitz D 332:297 Wilcock J, see Downs M 332:692 Wild S, see Mackenzie DG 332:793, 1093 Wildsmith JAW, Disorders of sodium balance 332:853 (L) Wilkins L, Primum non nocere 332:97 Wilkinson, Rupert Walker, Obituary (F Wilkinson, et al) 332:671 Wilkinson PR, see Akporehwe NA 332:1466 Wilks M, Guantanamo: a call for action 332:560 (E), 854 (L), 855 (L) Williams, Brian David Morgan, Obituary (JVV Lewis) 332:978 Williams D, et al, Lesson of the week. Ulcerative proctitis in men who have sex with men: an emerging outbreak 332:99 (S) Williams, Robert Edward Duncan, Obituary (J Blandy, et al) 332:123 Williams, Rowland James, Obituary (JHS Wakelin) 332:493 Williams G, see Trewby P 332:913 Williams HC, Educational programmes for young people with eczema 332:923 (E) Williams JW, see Hunkeler EM 332:259 Williams M, Knowledge to Action (Books) 332:495 (R) Williams N, A case of proper flu 332:37 Williamson P, see Trewby P 332:913 Willinger M, see Li D-K 332:18 Wills M, et al, Allowing different providers to compete for primary care services is good news for GPs (Off the fence) BMJ Careers 332:97 (GP edition) Wills P, Oxford Handbook of Genitourinary Medicine, HIV , and AIDS (Books) BMJ Careers 332:213 (GP edition) Wilson A, I am doing postgraduate studies in microbiology in India. What exams do I need to do to work in the United Kingdom? Also, please advise me on the prospects of specialising in immunology (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:102 Wilson CB, Adoption of a new surgical technology (Surgery) 332:112 (A), 236 (L) Wilson DM, Rugby union should ban contested scrums 332:1391 (L) Wilson G, Returners reference is out of date BMJ Careers 332:238 Wilson J, April in Paris (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:162 Wilson K, et al, A new human genotype prone to variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 332:1164 (E) Wilson M, I am a fourth year medical student and am interested in mountain medicine, medical rescue operations, and expedition medicine. What should I do and how should I train for this? Is it super-specialisation? Do I need to complete my postgraduation in general surgery or medicine or general practice before getting enrolled in this field? (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:2 Wilson MH, The CMAs legitimation crisis 332:854 (L) Wilson N, Is any involvement with the UK military unethical? 332:1094 (L) Wilson R, see McDonnell A 332:109 Windridge KC, see Dixon-Woods M 332:206 Windsor J, Walking off the map BMJ Careers 332:156 wine, food buying habits of people who buy wine or beer: cross sectional study (D Johansen, et al) 332:519 (S) Winterton R, et al, Osteochondroma under nail on great toe (Minerva) 332:616 (R) Wipfli H, see Samet J 332:353 Wise MEJ Does melatonin improve sleep? 332:550 (L) Where expert witnesses fear to tread 332:500 (E) Withering, William, Account of the Foxglove (H Brown) (Netlines) 332:370 (R) Withey S, see Parikh AR BMJ Careers 332:246 Wittenmeier M, see Staab D 332:933 Woloshin S, see Welch HG 332:727 Wolstenholme J, see Legood R 332:79 women Afghanistan, reconstruction hampered by Taliban (P Moszynski) 332:324 (N) alcohol drinking and coronary disease overview: how much and how often? (A Britton) 332:1224 (E), 1392 (L) drinking patterns in women and men (J Tolstrup, et al) 332:1244 (S) chronic pelvic pain: systematic review (P Latthe, et al) 332:699 (S) life expectancy, exceeds men even in poorest countries (A Barford, et al) 332:808 (E), 976 (L), 1095 (L) screening for abuse (D Midmer) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:109 South Africa, experiences and preferences of services after rape (NJ Christofides, et al) 332:209 (S) urinary tract infections, diagnosis and management in primary care (J Car) (BMJ Learning) 332:94 (P) Wong ICK, see Sutcliffe AG 332:1464 Wong TY, see Liew G 332:3 Wood, Stuart Fotheringham, Obituary (G Watt, et al) 332:918 Wood A Postscripts to letter to God 332:1454 (L) et al, Jobscore: an important resource for foundation year doctors (The way I see it . . .) BMJ Careers 332:251 Wood CPJ, see Bismil Q BMJ Careers 332:229

Wood E, see Kerr T 332:220 Wood J, Patients get four choices for NHS treatments 332:180 (L) Woodall AA, Disappearing teaspoons 332:121 (L) Woodham, Colin Henry, Obituary (B Shepstone) 332:123 Woods A, see Levy ML 332:1347 Woods DR, et al, Lesson of the week. Cushings syndrome without excess cortisol 332:469 (P) Woodward M see Huxley R 332:73 see Tunstall-Pedoe H 332:629 Woolf K, et al, Giving presentations without palpitations BMJ Careers 332:242 Woolford, David John, Obituary (M Woolford) 332:671 work see also occupational health environmental risk factors for long term sick leave: Denmark (T Lund, et al) 332:449 (S) faking happiness can make you ill (K Duke) 332:747 (N) overseas advantages of membership of British college (M Dobson) (Advice zone) BMJ Careers 332:12 Australia: Alice Springs (LD Hudson) BMJ Careers 332:238 Australia (J Hanson) BMJ Careers 332:238 Australia (J OShea) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:145, BMJ Careers 332:238 Australia (KM Beckmann, et al) BMJ Careers 332:167 Barbados (E Howard) BMJ Careers 332:172 France (J Wilson) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 332:162 for NGO (C Collett) (Tips on . . .) BMJ Careers 332:147 South Africa (G Lydall, et al) BMJ Careers 332:174 why is it so hard to work abroad? (T Villanueva) (Personal view) 332:1519 (R) work-life balance, career development review part 2 (A Houghton) BMJ Careers 332:108 Workman S, Blade Runner 332:695 World Bank Health Financing Revisited (J Zarocostas) 332:1293 (N) malaria experts criticisms (B Ravichandran) 332:1050 (N) World Cup see also football aspirin sculpture (M Leidig) 332:814 (N) boosts fight against neglected diseases (P Moszynski) 332:1410 (N) public smoking ban criticisms (K Duke) 332:1351 (N) World Health Organization see also global health avian influenza tops WHA agenda (T Richards, et al) 332:1290 (N) blood pressure decline in MONICA project surveys (H Tunstall-Pedoe, et al) 332:577 (S) director generals death (M Day, et al) 332:1234 (N) obesity task force takes millions from drug firms (R Moynihan) 332:1412 (N) registration of all clinical trials (R Watson) 332:1232 (N) Working Together for Health (Z Kmietowicz) 332:809 (N) World Medical and Health Games, annual Olympics for medics (T Siva) BMJ Careers 332:59 Worthington HM Endpiece. The name of the illness 332:1070 Endpiece. Whats in a name 332:1311 Worthington HV, see Hooper L 332:752 Worthington JM, see Gattellari M 332:303 wounds ABC of wound healing Burns (A Benson, et al) 332:649 (P) (correction, 755) Diabetic foot ulcers (ME Edmonds, et al) 332:407 (P) Infections (B Healy, et al) 332:838 (P) Non-surgical and drug treatments (S Enoch, et al) 332:900 (P), 1156 (L), 1275 (L) Pressure ulcers (JE Grey, et al) 332:472 (P) Recent advances and emerging treatments (S Enoch, et al) 332:962 (P) Reconstructive surgery (DE Boyce, et al) 332:710 (P) Traumatic and surgical wounds (DJ Leaper, et al) 332:532 (P) Uncommon causes of ulceration (GK Patel, et al) 332:594 (P) Venous and arterial leg ulcers (JE Grey, et al) 332:347 (P) Wound assessment (JE Grey, et al) 332:285 (P) Wound dressings (V Jones, et al) 332:777 (P), 916 (L) brain, long term outcome 332:118 (L) management in general practice, keeping dry (C Heal, et al) 332:1053 (S) surgery, neglect of trauma surgery (NRM Tai, et al) 332:805 (E) Wozniak E, see Lewis J BMJ Careers 332:179 Wray J, see Al-Ruzzeh S 332:1365 Wrede CDH, Call for shake up in NHS funding 332:973 (L) Wright C, A memorable accident 332:176 Wright JL, see Sobande AD BMJ Careers 332:118 writers advice to science writers (I Loefler) (Soundings) 332:1281 (R) alcohol and: lessons for doctors (J Hill) BMJ Careers 332:43 (GP edition) medicine and men of letters. One hundred years ago 332:475

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Zambia, healthcare fees for poor rural people scrapped (P Moszynski) 332:813 (N) Zambon M, see Tully J 332:445 zanamivir, influenza epidemics: review (S Mayor) 332:196 (N) Zarocostas J Malnutrition programmes are most effective before age of 2: 332:569 (N) Serious birth defects kill at least three million children a year 332:256 (N) World Bank warns of financial crises in healthcare systems 332:1293 (N) Zeilhofer H, see Kappler M 332:213 Zethelius B, see Sundstrm J 332:878

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