British Medical Journal, ‎0959-8138

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  1. Article › Research › Not peer-reviewed
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    First episode psychosis- 10 minute consultation

    Helen Lester, 15 Dec 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, p. 1408-1408 1 p.

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    Formula estimation of glomerular filtration rate: have we gone wrong?

    David Fitzmaurice, 9 Jun 2007, In: British Medical Journal. 334, 7605, p. 198-200 3 p.

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    Fortification of flour with folic acid

    Ian Booth, 24 Nov 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, 7323, p. 1198-1199 2 p.

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    From targets to standards: but not just yet

    Chris Ham, 15 Jan 2005, In: British Medical Journal. 330, p. 106-107 2 p.

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    Gastroenterology

    John Jankowski, , Bertus Eksteen & Ian Perry, 1 Jan 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 325, p. S113

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    Gordon Brown's Agenda for the NHS

    Chris Ham, 12 Jan 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 336, p. 53-4 2 p.

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    Health promotion: From clinic to classroom

    Janesh Gupta, 26 Jan 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 336, 7637, p. 210-210 1 p.

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    Home delivery: Chemotherapy and pizza?

    Annie Young & David Kerr, 7 Apr 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 322, 7290, p. 809-810 2 p.

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    Hospital bed utilisation in the NHS, Kaiser Permanete, and the US Medicare programme: analysis of routine data

    Chris Ham, , & , 29 Nov 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 327, 7426, p. 1257-60 4 p.

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    How Twitter can enrich professional development

    17 Mar 2016, In: BMJ.

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    How we took control and became more efficient.

    Jon Townend, 1 Jan 2011, In: British Medical Journal. 342, p. c5072

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    Impact of NICE guidance on laparoscopic surgery for inguinal hernia: analysis of interrupted time series

    Nick Freemantle, & , 15 Mar 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 326, 7389, p. 578 1 p.

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    Improving care for young people with chronic health problems

    Janet McDonagh & , 1 Jan 2007, In: British Medical Journal. 15, p. 173 1 p.

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    In search of a good death: what is a good death?

    June Jones & Derek Willis, 24 Jul 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 327, 7408, p. 224 1 p.

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    Inclusion of cost effectiveness in licensing requirements of new drugs: the fourth hurdle

    Rodney Taylor, , & , 31 Dec 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 329, p. 972-975 4 p.

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    Influenza in elderly people in care homes

    Rachel Jordan & , 16 Dec 2006, In: British Medical Journal. 333, 7581, p. 1229-1230 2 p.

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    Initial management strategies for dyspepsia

    Brendan Delaney, Michael Innes, Jon Deeks, Sue Wilson, , Paul Moayyedi, , Richard Hobbs & , 1 Jan 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 3, p. CD001961

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    Internationally agreed strategy is needed on vaginal birth after caesarean

    Rajesh Varma & Janesh Gupta, 1 Jan 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 329, p. 403 1 p.

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    Interpretation of random effects meta-analyses.

    Richard Riley, James Higgins & Jon Deeks, 1 Jan 2011, In: British Medical Journal. 342, p. d549

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    Investigating beneficial drug reactions.

    Jim Parle, Nick Ross & June Jones, 1 Jan 2012, In: British Medical Journal. 344, p. d8337

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    Invite all donors to participate in follow-up studies

    William Moody, , Colin Chue, Nicky Edwards, & Jon Townend, 1 Apr 2012, In: British Medical Journal. 344, p. e2724

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    Is NICE delivering the goods?

    Nick Freemantle, 30 Oct 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 329, p. 1003-1004 2 p.

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    Is economic evaluation in touch with society's health values?

    Jo Coast, 20 Nov 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 329, p. 1233 - 1236 4 p.

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    Issues raised by adding fluoride to water supplies to prevent dental caries

    KK Cheng, & , 6 Oct 2007, In: British Medical Journal. 335, p. 699-702 4 p.

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    Joining the DoTS: new approach to classifying adverse drug reactions

    22 Nov 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 327, 7425, p. 1222-1225 4 p.

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    Lessons for the NHS from Kaiser Permanente

    Jonathan Shapiro & , 29 Nov 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 327, p. 1241 - 1242 2 p.

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    Lessons from the past decade for future health reforms.

    Chris Ham, 1 Jan 2009, In: British Medical Journal. 339, p. b4372

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    Making decisions about benefits and harms of medicines

    Olga Kostopoulou & , 3 Jul 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 329, 7456, p. 47-50 4 p.

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    Management of bloody diarrhoea in children in primary care

    Stephen Murphy, 3 May 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 336, 7651, p. 1010-5 6 p.

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    Managing smoking cessation

    Paul Aveyard & , 7 Jul 2007, In: British Medical Journal. 335, 7609, p. 37-41 5 p.

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    Measurement of blood pressure in primary care

    Jonathan Mant & Richard McManus, 7 Feb 2011, In: British Medical Journal. 342, feb07 1, p. d382-d382

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    Measuring inconsistency in meta-analyses

    Jon Deeks & , 1 Jan 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 327, p. 557-560 4 p.

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    Medicalisation, limits to medicine, or never enough money to go around?

    Nick Freemantle & , 13 Apr 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 324, p. 864-865 2 p.

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    Methodological reasons for not gaining prior informed consent are sometimes justified

    Angus Dawson, 10 Jul 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 329, 7457, p. 87 1 p.

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    Minerva section - Tinea facei due to T mentagrophytes from a pet rat

    23 Apr 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 328, p. 1142 1 p.

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    Money can't buy you satisfaction

    Chris Ham, 12 Mar 2005, In: British Medical Journal. 330, p. 597-99 3 p.

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    Monitoring Clinical Trials: interim data should be publicly available

    Richard Lilford, David Braunholtz, & Andrew Stevens, 25 Aug 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, 7310, p. 441-442 2 p.

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    Mortality associated with passive smoking in Hong Kong

    G Neil Thomas, , , & , 1 Jan 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 330, p. 287-288 2 p.

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    Multiple sclerosis risk sharing scheme: two year results of clinical cohort study with historical comparator

    Pelham Barton, , , & Richard Gray, 2 Dec 2009, In: British Medical Journal. 339, dec02 1, p. b4677-b4677

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    NICE and new: appraising innovation

    5 Jan 2010, In: British Medical Journal. 340, jan05 2, p. b5493-b5493

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    NICE: faster access to modern treatments? Analysis of guidance on health technologies

    James Raftery, 1 Dec 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, 7324, p. 1300-1303 4 p.

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    Neonatal jaundice: summary of NICE guidance

    Stephen Murphy & , 1 Jan 2010, In: British Medical Journal. 340, p. c2409

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    Networks for research in primary health care

    Joseph Kai & , 10 Mar 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 322, 7286, p. 588-590 3 p.

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