British Medical Journal, ‎0959-8138

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  1. Article › Research › Not peer-reviewed
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    Observational evidence for determining drug safety

    Nick Freemantle & , 1 Mar 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 336(7645), p. 627-8 2 p.

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    Opening up the primary medical care market

    Jo Ellins, Chris Ham & , 1 Mar 2009, In: British Medical Journal. 338, p. 798-800 3 p.

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    Over the counter medicines: proceed with caution

    29 Mar 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 336, 7646, p. 694-6 3 p.

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    Overuse of institutional care for children in Europe

    Kevin Browne, Catherine Hamilton-Giachritsis, Rebecca Johnson & , 25 Feb 2006, In: British Medical Journal. 332, p. 485-487 3 p.

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    Parkinson's disease

    Carl E Clarke, 1 Sep 2007, In: British Medical Journal. 335, p. 441-445 5 p.

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    Patients' preference for the management of non-metastatic prostate cancer: a discrete choice experiment

    Stirling Bryan, , , & , 1 Jan 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 328, p. 382-385 4 p.

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    Payment for performance in health care

    Russell Mannion & , 1 Jan 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 303, p. 306-308 3 p.

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    Performance league tables: the NHS deserves better

    Peymane Adab, Andrew Rouse, Mohammed Mohammed & Tom Marshall, 23 Apr 2005, In: British Medical Journal. 324, 7339, p. 95-98 4 p.

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    Personal medical services: a barometer for the NHS?

    Jonathan Shapiro, 2 Dec 2000, In: British Medical Journal. 321, 7273, p. 1359-1360 2 p.

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    Practice based commissioning: applying the research evidence

    Judith Smith, , , Hugh McLeod, , , & , 10 Dec 2005, In: British Medical Journal. 331, p. 1397 - 1399 3 p.

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    Prescribing of lipid lowering drugs to South Asian patients: ecological study

    Paramjit Gill, , & , 6 Jul 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 325, 7354, p. 25-26 2 p.

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    Prospective health impact assessment:pitfalls, problems, and possible ways forward

    Jayne Parry & Andrew Stevens, 17 Nov 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, 7322, p. 1177 - 1182 6 p.

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    Protease inhibitors for treatment of genotype 1 hepatitis C virus infection.

    Ian Rowe & David Mutimer, 1 Jan 2011, In: British Medical Journal. 343, p. d6972

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    Qualitative methods: an alternative view

    Richard Lilford, 9 Feb 2011, In: British Medical Journal. 342, feb09 1, p. d424-d424

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    Quality failures in the NHS

    Chris Ham, 16 Feb 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 336, p. 340-1 2 p.

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    Randomised controlled trials in primary care: case study

    Sue Wilson, Brendan Delaney, Andrea Roalfe, Lesley Roberts, , Andy Wearn & Richard Hobbs, 1 Jul 2000, In: British Medical Journal. 321, 7252, p. 24-7 4 p.

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    Reasons for considering UK medicine: questionnaire study of junior doctors' comments

    Phil Moss, , & , 1 Jan 2004, In: British Medical Journal. 329, p. 1263-8 6 p.

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    Recent developments in gastroenterology.

    Paul Moayyedi & , 14 Dec 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 325, 7377, p. 1399-402 4 p.

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    Recommendations for patients undertaking self management of oral anticoagulation

    David Fitzmaurice & , 27 Oct 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, 7319, p. 985-989 5 p.

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    Regulation--the real threat to clinical research

    Paul Stewart, , Jeremy Tomlinson & , 16 Oct 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 337, oct16 2, p. a1732-a1732

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    Rising to the Challenge: will the NHS support people with long term conditions?

    Chris Ham, & , 19 Mar 2005, In: British Medical Journal. 330, p. 657-61 5 p.

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    Risk of breast cancer in women who attend the NHS breast screening programme: A cohort study

    21 Jul 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, p. 140 1 p.

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    Science, Medicine, and the Future: Virtual Reality in Surgery

    Bob Stone, 20 Oct 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, p. 912-915 4 p.

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    Selecting general practitioner registrars: the West Midlands model

    Wakefield Burke, Celia Taylor, Alison Bullock, & , 1 Jan 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 325, 7354

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    Selecting medical students

    Richard Lilford, 1 Jan 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 336, p. (7648) 786

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    Sharing patient information electronically throughout NHS: Patients must be involved too

    Michael Innes & , 13 Sep 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 327, p. 623 1 p.

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    Should the NHS strive to eradicate all unexplained variation? No.

    Richard Lilford, 1 Jan 2009, In: British Medical Journal. 339, p. b4809

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    Supplementation with antioxidants and folinic acid for children with Down's syndrome: randomised controlled trial

    Miles Pumphrey, , , , , & , 15 Mar 2008, In: British Medical Journal. 336, p. 594-7 4 p.

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    Systematic reviews of evaluations of diagnostic and screening tests

    Jon Deeks, 21 Jul 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, p. 157-162 6 p.

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