British Medical Journal, ‎0959-8138

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    Competition and integration in the English National Health Service

    Chris Ham, 12 Apr 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 336, p. 805-7 3 p.

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    Composite and surrogate outcomes in randomised controlled trials

    Nick Freemantle & Melanie Calvert, 14 Apr 2007, In: British Medical Journal. 334, p. 756-757 2 p.

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    Conservative management of persistent postnatal urinary and faecal incontinence: randomised controlled trial

    Christine MacArthur, , & , 15 Sep 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, 7313, p. 593-596 4 p.

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    Coronary heart disease prevention: insights from modelling incremental cost effectiveness

    Tom Marshall, 29 Nov 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 327, 7426, p. 1264-1267 4 p.

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    Costs and benefits of a one-stop clinic compared with a dedicated breast clinic: Randomised controlled trial

    2 Mar 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 324, p. 507-510 4 p.

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    Dealing with uncertainties about cost effectiveness of treatments is difficult

    Richard Gray, 1 Jan 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 326, p. 1212-1213 2 p.

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    Declaration of Helsinki should be strengthened - Equipoise is essential principle of human experimentation

    Richard Lilford & , 1 Feb 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 322, 7281, p. 299-300 2 p.

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    Delivering mental health services for a diverse society. We need to marry policy and practice

    Paramjit Gill, 14 Aug 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 329, p. 363-4 2 p.

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    Developing strategies for long term follow up of survivors of childhood cancer

    Michael Hawkins, & , 4 Aug 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, p. 271-274 4 p.

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    Diagnosing brain death. Guidelines for United Kingdom were not described

    Peter Hutton, Peter Nightingale, & , 1 Jan 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 325, 7368, p. 836 1 p.

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    Diagnosis and treatment of primary hypothyroidism

    Jayne Franklyn, 26 Mar 2009, In: British Medical Journal. 338, mar26 2, p. b725-b725

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    Diagnostic tests 4: likelihood ratios

    Jon Deeks & , 1 Jan 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 329, p. 168-169 2 p.

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    Differential diagnosis for asthma should include mediastinal mass

    Andrew Peet, Richard Grundy, & , 3 Feb 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 322, 7281, p. 302 1 p.

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    Does the district general hospital have a future?

    Chris Ham, 3 Dec 2005, In: British Medical Journal. 331, p. 1331-1333 3 p.

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    Does the duration of breast feeding matter?

    Ian Booth, 1 Jan 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 332, p. 625-626 2 p.

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    Dyspepsia - 10 minute consultation

    Brendan Delaney, 31 Mar 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 322, p. 776 1 p.

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    Early intervention and first episode psychosis: everybody's business?

    Helen Lester, 1 Jan 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 328, p. 1541-1542 2 p.

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    Economic notes: Cost of illness studies

    James Raftery, 1 Jan 2000, In: British Medical Journal. 320, 1335, p. 1335 1 p.

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    Economics notes: Costing in economic evaluation

    James Raftery, 10 Jun 2000, In: British Medical Journal. 320, 7249, p. 1597 1 p.

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    Elevated troponin in IE as well as PE

    William Littler & , 1 Jan 2003, In: British Medical Journal.

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    Emergency naloxone for heroin overdose: should it be available over the counter?

    David Best, & , 23 Sep 2006, In: British Medical Journal. 333, p. 614-615 2 p.

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    Ergonomics in Medicine and Surgery

    Bob Stone & , 23 Apr 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 328, p. 1115-1118 4 p.

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    Ethics of clinical trials from a Bayesian and decision analytic prospective: whose equipoise is it anyway?

    Richard Lilford, 3 May 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 326, 7396, p. 980-981 2 p.

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    Ethnic and sex bias in discretionary awards

    James Raftery, 29 Mar 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 326, 7391, p. 671-2 2 p.

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    Evaluating service delivery interventions to enhance patient safety

    Richard Lilford, 1 Jan 2009, In: British Medical Journal. 338, p. 159-163 5 p.

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    Factors predisposing women to chronic pelvic pain: systematic review

    Richard Gray, Robert Hills & Khalid Khan, 1 Apr 2006, In: British Medical Journal. 332, p. 749-755 7 p.

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