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Entries for editorials, news, papers, primary care, information in practice, clinical review, education and debate, learning in practice,
quality improvement report, letters and reviews are indicated by the use of symbols (E), (N), (P), (PC), (IP), (C), (ED), (LP), (Q), (L),
and (R) respectively. Series entries are made for the ABC series, Drug points, Extracts from “Clinical Evidence Concise”, Fillers, Lesson of
the week, Personal view, Recent developments, Science, medicine, and the future, 10-minute consultation and the other subject series. Arti-
cles in BMJ Careers are also included in this index.

                               A                                      — resuscitating clinical research in UK 328:48 (L), 328:49 (L),          — cancers, prognosis fails to improve (Z Kmietowicz) 328:540
                                                                        328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                                  (N)
Aaby P, see Benn CS 328:1223                                          — revitalisation campaign kicks off (P Tugwell) 328:597 (E),             — depression, treatment of major depressive disorder (P Ram-
Abassi K, see Bhutta ZA 328:777                                         328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                                  chandani, et al) 328:3 (E), 328:524 (L), 328:525 (L), 328:711
Abbas, Khudair, interview with (F Fleck) 328:1280 (N)                 — Peter Tugwell interview (J Clark) 328:604 (N)                             (L)
Abbasi K                                                              — WMA calls for retired academics to teach in developing world           — Difficult Consultations with Adolescents (Donovan) (Books)
— et al, India versus Pakistan and the power of a six: an analysis      (S Pincock) 328:602 (N)                                                   328:1443 (R)
   of cricket results 328:800 (P), 328:1500 (L)                      accidents, traffic, risks to life. One hundred years ago 328:1258         — health behaviour sex differences (B Christie) 328:1395 (N)
— see Roberts I 328:845                                              ACE inhibitors, ramipril and cardiovascular and renal outcomes            — India, use of tobacco products as dentifrice (DN Sinha, et al)
Abbasian C, Psychiatry in the Caribbean (The way I see it) BMJ             in type 2 diabetes (M Marre, et al) 328:495 (PC) (correction,          328:323 (P), 328:958 (L)
      Careers 328:s187 (8 May 2004)                                        686)                                                                — pregnancy and childbirth are leading causes of death in girls
Abbott J                                                             acetazolamide, acute mountain sickness prevention and: with                  (S Mayor) 328:1152 (N)
— see Garry R 328:129                                                      ginkgo biloba (JH Gertsch, et al) 328:797 (P)                       — Sexual Orientation in Child and Adolescent Health Care (Perrin)
— see Sculpher M 328:134                                             Aclimandos WA, see Goyal S 328:1075                                          (Books) 328:469 (R)
Abbs S, et al, Nature Encyclopaedia of the Human Genome 328:172      acquired immunodeficiency syndrome see also antiretrovirals;             Adsett J, The human resources perspective on the PLAB di-
      (R)                                                                  HIV                                                                       lemma BMJ Careers 328:s259 (19 June 2004)
ABC of burns                                                          — Africa                                                                Adshead G, Working with Dangerous People (Books) 328:1324 (R)
— First aid and treatment for minor burns (J Hudspith, et al)         — — AIDS Africa: Continent in Crisis (Jackson) (Books) 328:1081         advance directives
   328:1487 (C)                                                            (R)                                                                 — Mental Capacity Bill, clarifies legal gap (C Dyer) 328:1516 (N)
— Initial management of a major burn: I-overview (S Hetti-            — — antiretroviral treatment access (R Loewenson, et al)                 — specify treatments that patient is refusing (C Dyer) 328:1035
   aratchy, et al) 328:1555 (C)                                            328:241 (E)                                                            (N)
— Introduction (S Hettiaratchy, et al) 328:1366 (C)                   — children, decline in mortality 328:523 (L), 328:524 (L)               adverse events
— Pathophysiology and types of burns (S Hettiaratchy, et al)          — "Letting Them Die": Why HIV/AIDS Prevention Programmes Fail            — acute care hospitals, methods for estimating rates (P Michel, et
   328:1427 (C) (correction, 329:148)                                   (Campbell) (Books) 328:1081 (R)                                           al) 328:199 (P)
ABC of eyes                                                           — Libya, health workers sentenced to death (K Krosnar)                   — advice (K Dalby) BMJ Careers 328:s173 (1 May 2004)
— Glaucoma—1: Diagnosis (PT Khaw, et al) 328:97 (C) (correc-            328:1153 (N)                                                           — harmful reactions. When I use a word (J Aronson) 328:1173
   tion, 762)                                                         — Mortal Secrets: Truth and Lies in the Age of AIDS (Klitzman, et al)   Aeschbach E, see Voth EA 328:229
— Glaucoma—2: Treatment (PT Khaw, et al) 328:156 (C) (cor-              (Books) 328:1080 (R)                                                  affirmative action, ethnic groups, lessons for health care (F Sassi,
   rection, 762)                                                      — prevention                                                                   et al) 328:1213 (E)
— Injury to the eye (PT Khaw, et al) 328:36 (C) (correction, 762),    — — partner reduction: overview (D Wilson) 328:848 (E)                  Afghanistan see also Asia
   328:643 (L), 328:644 (L)                                           — — partner reduction and balanced “ABC” approach (JD Shel-              — MSF work suspended after staff killed (T Sheldon) 328:1398
ABC of rheumatology                                                        ton, et al) 328:891 (ED)                                               (N)
— Low back pain (C Speed) 328:1119 (C)                                — Russia, government accused of hampering efforts (A Osborn)            Africa see also Angola; Libya; Malawi; Mali; Nigeria; Rwanda;
— Pain in the hip and knee (AJ Hamer) 328:1067 (C)                      328:1154 (N)                                                                 Sierra Leone; South Africa; Sudan; Uganda; Zambia
ABC of sexually transmitted infections                                — Rwanda, genocide survivors denied treatment (L Hilsum)                 — AIDS
— Main presentations of sexually transmitted infections in men          328:913 (N)                                                            — — antiretroviral treatment access (R Loewenson, et al)
   (J Richens) 328:1251 (C)                                           — South Africa, infection control measures (P Sidley) 328:366                  328:241 (E)
— Vaginal discharge—causes, diagnosis, and treatment (H                 (N)                                                                    — — antiretrovirals (W Stevens, et al) 328:280 (ED)
   Mitchell) 328:1306 (C)                                             — south-east Asia, burden (AKM Zaidi, et al) 328:811 (C)                 — disease control programmes: linking (DH Molyneux, et al)
ABC of smoking cessation                                              — stable partnership and progression in antiretroviral therapy              328:1129 (ED)
— Assessment of dependence and motivation to stop smoking               patients: Swiss study (J Young, et al) 328:15 (P)                      — malaria, treatment (B Greenwood) 328:534 (E)
   (R West) 328:338 (C)                                               — UK, 20% increase (S Pincock) 328:425 (N)                               — microbicide trials launch (S Pincock) 328:786 (N)
— Bupropion and other non-nicotine pharmacotherapies (E               — US                                                                     — polio, WHO warning (F Fleck) 328:1513 (N)
   Roddy) 328:509 (C)                                                 — — cheap drugs access blocked (O Dyer) 328:783 (N)                     ageing see also elderly
— Cessation interventions in routine health care (T Coleman)          — — drugs price increase (F Charatan) 328:974 (N)                        — end of party. Endpiece (F Charatan) 328:1416
   328:631 (C)                                                        — WHO drugs target may be unrealistic (F Fleck) 328:1151 (N)             — growing old. Endpiece (F Charatan) 328:1039
— Economics of smoking cessation (S Parrott, et al) 328:947 (C)       — women, let down? (Z Kmietowicz) 328:305 (N)                            — Merchants of Immortality: Chasing the Dream of Human Life
— Harm reduction (A McNeill) 328:885 (C)                              — World Health Report 2003 (F Fleck) 328:10 (N)                             Extension (Hall) (Books) 328:715 (R)
— Nicotine replacement therapy (A Molyneux) 328:454 (C)              acupuncture see also alternative medicine                                 — theories and old men. Endpiece (JH Baron) 328:675
   (correction, 686)                                                  — chronic headache in primary care                                      Agell I, Problem-Based Learning for Health Improvement (Books)
— Policy priorities for tobacco control (K Jamrozik) 328:1007         — — cost effectiveness (D Wonderling, et al) 328:747 (PC)                      328:113 (R)
   (C)                                                                — — trial (AJ Vickers, et al) 328:744 (PC)                              Agerbo E, see Eaton WW 328:438, 328:1017
— Population strategies to prevent smoking (K Jamrozik)              acute coronary syndromes, hospital discharge rates 1990-2000             Agius R, see Ayres JG 328:1450
   328:759 (C)                                                             (NF Murphy, et al) 328:1413 (P)                                    Agrawal N, Neuropsychiatry BMJ Careers 328:s35 (24 January
— The problem of tobacco smoking (R Edwards) 328:217 (C)             acute haemorrhage, bradycardia in (I Thomas, et al) (Lesson of the              2004), s149 (10 April 2004)
— Setting up a cessation service (P Spice) 328:699 (C)                     week) 328:451 (C)                                                  Ahmad K, Karachi’s quiet revolutionary 328:790 (N)
— Special groups of smokers (T Coleman) 328:575 (C)                  acute medicine                                                           Ahmad N, et al, Burden of non-communicable diseases in South
— Tobacco control policy priorities (K Jamrozik) 328:1007 (C)         — Acute Medicine: Making it Work for Patients (L Eaton) 328:1091               Asia 328:1499 (L)
— Use of simple advice and behavioural support (T Coleman)              (N)                                                                   Ahmed A, 10-minute consultation. Management of diastolic heart
   328:397 (C)                                                        — new initiative to improve undergraduate teaching (R Mac-                     failure in older adults 328:1114 (PC), 328:1378 (L),
— Why people smoke (MJ Jarvis) 328:277 (C)                              Donald) (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s29 (17 January                       328:1379 (L)
abdominal aortic aneurysms see also aortic aneurysms                    2004)                                                                 Ahmed M, et al, Surgery in South Asia 328:782 (E)
— screening, in men (JJ Earnshaw, et al) 328:1122 (ED)               acute mountain sickness, prevention, ginkgo biloba and aceta-            Ahmed RI, PLAB: myth and reality (Advice) BMJ Careers
abdominal hysterectomy see also hysterectomy                               zolamide (JH Gertsch, et al) 328:797 (P)                                  328:s272 (19 June 2004)
— cost effectiveness, laparoscopic v. standard (M Sculpher, et al)   acute otitis media, adenoidectomy v. chemoprophylaxis in chil-           air pollution, south-east Asia (S Kumar) 328:787 (N) (correction,
   328:134 (P)                                                             dren (P Koivunen, et al) 328:487 (P)                                      1104)
— laparoscopic v. abdominal comparison with laparoscopic v.          acute pancreatitis, management (DA O’Reilly, et al) 328:968 (E)          Aitken JM, Acquiring accurate crash data is important 328:1261
   vaginal: eVALuate study (R Garry, et al) 328:129 (P) (correc-     acute respiratory infections, “drink plenty of fluids": sytematic               (L)
   tion, 494), 328:642 (L), 328:643 (L)                                    review (MPB Guppy, et al) 328:499 (PC), 328:957 (L),               Al-Ubaydli M, Handheld computers 328:1181 (C), 328:1565 (L)
Abeygunasekera AM, South Asian health: what is to be done?                 328:958 (L)                                                        Albertazzi P, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:46
      328:838 (L)                                                    acute stroke units, lower in-hospital mortality rates and (Dr                   (L), 328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)
Abhinav A, see Abhishek A BMJ Careers 328:s138                             Foster’s case notes) 328:369                                       Alberti KGMM, see Amiel SA 328:1215
Abhishek A, et al, Being a successful SHO in emergency medi-         Adami H-O, see Hall P 328:19                                             albumin, resuscitation, comparison with saline in critically ill (S
      cine (A&E) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s138 (3 April          Adams KM, et al, Healthcare challenges from the developing                      Mayor) 328:852 (N)
      2004)                                                                world: post-immigration refugee medicine 328:1548 (C)              Albuquerque A, see Maria V 328:572
Aborigines see also ethnic groups                                    Adams T                                                                  Albuquerque VMG, see Miranda-Filho DdeB 328:615
— Canada, clinic privatisation fears (D Spurgeon) 328:972 (N)
abortion, induced                                                     — Sharing electronic health records 328:1438 (L)                        Alcock S, Misinformation, poverty, and overseas doctors BMJ
— Abortion, Motherhood, and Mental Health: Medicalizing Reproduc-     — et al, Lessons from the central Hampshire electronic health                  Careers 328:s219 (29 May 2004), s274 (19 June 2004)
   tion in the United States and Great Britain (Lee) (Books)            record pilot project: issues of data protection and consent           alcohol drinking
   328:1022 (R)                                                         328:871 (IP), 328:1437 (L), 328:1438 (L)                               — advertising, ban? (R Coombes) (Ads) 328:1572 (R)
— C4 “My Foetus” (DJ Murphy) (TV) 328:1021 (R)                        — see Sanderson H 328:875                                                — Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy for England (M Plant, et al)
— postmortems after fetal anomaly (PA Boyd, et al) 328:137 (P)       Adams, Thomas David Meurig, Obituary (DB Hargrave)                           328:905 (E), 328:1202 (L), 328:1203 (L)
Abrams KR, see Minelli C 328:371                                           328:467                                                             — drink-driving level, limit should be much lower 328:895 (L)
Aburugba, Khalil Zarroug, Obituary (OZ Abdelkafi) 328:646            Addis GJ, Alcohol evidence and policy 328:1203 (L)                           (correction, 1284)
Abyssinia, hypnotism. One hundred years ago 328:155 (correction,     Adeel A-H, Roll Back Malaria: a failing global health challenge           — ethnic groups, cross cultural adaption review (R Bhopal, et al)
      384), 328:155                                                        328:1378                                                               328:76 (P) (correction, 563)
academic medicine see also research                                  adenoidectomy, recurrent acute otitis media, comparison with              — evidence-based policy or policy based evidence? (MG Mar-
— BMJ Publishing Group campaign 328:45 (L), 328:46 (L),                    chemoprophylaxis in children (P Koivunen, et al) 328:487               mot) 328:906 (E), 328:1202 (L), 328:1203 (L)
   328:47 (L), 328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                    (P)                                                                 — screening, opportunistic brief interventions in general hospi-
— campaign calls for radical thinking (Z Kmietowicz) 328:1454        Adhikari RK, see Mendis L 328:779                                            tals (MJ Emmen, et al) 328:318 (P)
   (N)                                                               Adkoli BV, see Mendis L 328:779                                           — UK government plan (L Eaton) 328:659 (N)
— chink of light in gloom (G Easton) (News feature) BMJ Ca-          adolescence see also young adults                                         — violent crime and: Sweden (M Grann, et al) 328:1233 (P)
   reers 328:s79 (21 February 2004)                                   — ABC of smoking cessation (T Coleman) 328:575 (C)                      Alcolado JC, Death of the teaching autopsy 328:165 (L), 328:406
— developing countries, practising just medicine in unjust world      — antidepressants, efficacy and safety (JN Jureidini, et al)                   (L)
   328:47 (L), 328:49 (L)                                               328:879 (C) (correction, 1170)                                        Alderson P



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                           AAB-ALD             1
 — Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence 328:476 (E),        — protease inhibitors or non-nucleoside analogue reverse tran-        assessment, doctors, review of instruments (R Evans, et al)
   328:1016 (L)                                                          scriptase inhibitors: indirect comparison of controlled trials           328:1240 (LP)
 — et al, What doesn’t work and how to show it 328:473 (E),              (Y Yazdanpanah, et al) 328:249 (P)                                 assisted reproduction see in vitro fertilisation
   328:1015 (L), 328:1016 (L)                                         — stable partnership and progression to AIDS or death: Swiss          assisted suicide see suicide, assisted
Alho O-P, see Koivunen P 328:487                                         cohort study (J Young, et al) 328:15 (P)                           asthma
Allen D, see Lyratzopoulos G BMJ Careers 328:s196                    antisocial behaviour, children, mentoring in reduction (H Rob-          — aspirin-induced asthma prevalence (C Jenkins, et al) 328:434
Allen, James Taylour Doyle, Obituary (D Magennis, et al) 328:467           erts, et al) 328:512 (ED)                                           (P), 328:1076 (L)
Allen ME, Hospital bed utilisation in the NHS and Kaiser Per-        Anwar ZK, “Stop moaning. In my day we did a one in two and              — Australia, prevalence in schoolchildren (BG Toelle, et al)
      manente 328:584 (L)                                                  enjoyed it” (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s138 (3 April        328:386 (P)
Alles, Terrence Noel Joseph, Obituary (R Perumal) 328:960                  2004)                                                             — children
Allinson MD, see Duerden MG 328:168                                  anxiety                                                                 — — bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:147
Als-Nielsen B, et al, Non-absorbable disaccharides for hepatic        — cardiovascular diseases and (SJC Davies, et al) 328:939 (C)          — — new cases decline (R Dobson) 328:542 (N)
      encephalopathy: systematic review of randomised trials          — Pakistan, risk factors, prevalence and treatment (I Mirza, et al)    — — pertussis vaccination in infancy and (A Maitra, et al)
      328:1046 (P)                                                       328:794 (P)                                                              328:925 (P)
Alshafey H, A positive experience of a clinical attachment (Clini-   Anya I, Public involvement in health care 328:462 (L)                   — — trends in prevalence of symptoms in British Isles, 1995-
      cal attachment) BMJ Careers 328:s265 (19 June 2004)            aortic aneurysms see also abdominal aortic aneurysms                         2002 (HR Anderson, et al) 328:1052 (P), 328:1380 (L)
Altemimi BJ, et al, Thoracic aneurysm in elderly woman (Min-          — national screening programme (RM Greenhalgh) 328:1087                — India, traditional remedy challenge (S Kumar) 328:1457 (N)
      erva) 328:414 (R)                                                  (E) (correction, 1486)                                              — specialist nurse intervention in deprived multiethnic area:
alternative medicine see also acupuncture                             — US, high prevalence (D Spurgeon) 328:852 (N)                           ELECTRA trial (C Griffiths, et al) 328:144 (PC)
 — Netherlands, crack down (T Sheldon) 328:485 (N)                   aortic stenosis, surgery (GP McCann, et al) 328:63 (E)                 AstraZeneca, advertising, digs in over criticisms (B Burton)
 — US, “dirty dozen” dietary supplements (JH Tanne) 328:975          Aparna G, The overseas doctor hurdle race (The way I see it)                 328:1035 (N)
   (N)                                                                     BMJ Careers 328:s105 (13 March 2004)                             Atkins diet
Althahabi MM, Q&A. Effects of ginkgo extract 328:1072                Appleby J, What is the Real Cost of More Patient Choice? (Books)        — Horizon: The Atkins Diet (N Koralage) (TV) 328:234 (R)
Altman DG                                                                  328:54 (R)                                                        — on internet (V Katikireddi) (Website of the week) 328:234 (R)
 — et al                                                             Appleby L, see Shaw J 328:734                                          Atkinson SW, Results of eVALuate study of hysterectomy tech-
 — — Confidence intervals illuminate absence of evidence             Appleton R, see Pritchard J 328:1537                                         niques 328:642 (L)
      328:1016 (L)                                                   Arafa M, What do overseas doctors think? BMJ Careers                   atopic dermatitis, sibling effect, infectious diseases, and (CS
 — — Turning a blind eye 328:1135 (L)                                      328:s243 (19 June 2004)                                                Benn, et al) 328:1223 (P)
 — see Bland JM 328:1073                                             Arakelian C, Are you ready to work in the United Kingdom? (Job         attendance benefits, evaluating health effects (H Thomson, et al)
 — see Campbell MK 328:702                                                 hunting) BMJ Careers 328:s269 (19 June 2004)                           328:282 (ED)
Alzheimer’s disease                                                  Arasu A                                                                attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Patrick Cosgrove, sus-
 — Rajit Kumar Chandra, journals raise validity doubts (C White)      — Becoming a medical diving referee (Tips on...) BMJ Careers                pended for undermining patients’ trust in treatment (O
   328:67 (N) (correction, 257), 328:465 (L)                             328:s186 (8 May 2004)                                                    Dyer) 328:1516 (N)
 — donepezil probably better than galantamine 328 (10 January         — Carer of torture victims (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s126 (27         Audit Commission
   2003)                                                                 March 2004)                                                         — Information and Data Quality in the NHS (Z Kmietowicz)
Amarasinghe AW, WHO’s world health report 2003: 328:288               — PLAB is good for you (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s282 (26                328:786 (N)
      (L)                                                                June 2004)                                                          — primary care trusts to improve if they want to survive (N
Ambache, Nachman, Obituary (D Greaves) 328:960                       architecture, difference from medicine. Endpiece (F Charatan)             Koralage) 328:974 (N)
amenalotic lentigo maligna, in woman (E Ladoyanni, et al) (Min-            328:1544                                                         Austin JB, see Anderson HR 328:1052
      erva) 328:356 (R)                                              archives, LOCKSS, preservation of scientific record (V Reich, et       Austin PC, see Mamdani M 328:1415
American College of Chest Physicians, Medscape conference cover-           al) 328:61 (E)                                                   Australia see also Oceania
      age 328:503                                                    Arends B, et al, eds, Experiment: Conversations in Art and Science      — asbestos-induced diseases fund (B Burton) 328:728 (N)
Amiel SA, et al, Inhaled insulin 328:1215 (E)                              (Books) 328:114 (R)                                               — asthma, prevalence in schoolchildren (BG Toelle, et al)
aminotransferase, liver disease mortality and (HC Kim, et al)        Arie S                                                                    328:386 (P)
      328:983 (P)                                                     — Italians are offered “do it yourself” paternity testing kits         — back pain, changing beliefs (R Buchbinder, et al) 328:321 (P)
Ammann P, et al, Raised cardiac troponins 328:1028 (E)                   328:1275 (N)                                                        — cancers, what do palliative care patients want to be told? (P
Amorim MR, et al, Is there a familial link between Down’s             — Plastic surgery reality show angers doctors (TV) 328:590 (R)           Kirk, et al) 328:1343 (P)
      syndrome and neural tube defects? Population and familial      army see also war                                                       — drug industry
      survey 328:84 (P)                                               — smoking, urgent action needed (R Dobson) 328:125 (N)                 — — approvals concessions after US pressure (B Burton)
Amos A, see Bhopal R 328:76                                          Arnold B, Patient power? (Personal view) 326:1042 (correction,               328:425 (N)
Amos T, see Shaw J 328:734                                                 328:1284)                                                         — — free trade agreement with US and (P Drahos, et al)
amoxicillin, pneumonia, three v. five day treatment (ISCAP           Arnold J, see Goodacre S 328:254                                             328:1271 (E)
      Study Group) 328:791 (P) (correction, 1066), 328:1566 (L),     Aronson J, When I use a word, Harmful reactions 328:1173                — — pricing scheme under pressure in free trade talks (B Bur-
      328:1567 (L)                                                   Aroori S, et al, Giant cell arteritis causing sudden onset blindness         ton) 328:247 (N)
Ana J                                                                      and painful tongue (Minerva) 328:296                              — global health fund contribution provokes dismay (B Burton)
 — Health in South Asia 328:1498 (L)                                 Arroll B, et al, Corticosteroid injections for osteoarthritis of the      328:486 (N)
 — The role of a general medical journal (Personal view) 328:591           knee: meta-analysis 328:869 (PC)                                  — refugees, accused of blocking doctors’ visit (C Zinn) 328:186
   (R), 328:1498 (L)                                                 arsenicosis, clinicians’ roles in management in Bangladesh (R             (N)
anaesthesiology, US, nightmare (D Kamming) (The way I see it)              Murshed, et al) 328:493 (P)                                       — scientific fraud, Bruce Hall allowed to relocate (C Zinn)
      BMJ Careers 328:s188 (8 May 2004)                              Arslandemir C, see Hetzel M 328:1051                                      328:66 (N)
analgesia see also pain                                              art                                                                     — tobacco, graphic images on cigarette packs (B Burton)
 — neglected in war areas (P Moszynski) 328:1398 (N)                  — cat on hot tiled wall (L Eaton) 328:484 (N)                            328:366 (N)
 — nitrous oxide toxicity after intermittent inhalation (M Doran,     — encouraging future doctors through art (S Bagchi, et al) BMJ        authors see also publishing; writing
   et al) (Lesson of the week) 328:1364 (C)                              Careers 328:s107 (13 March 2004)                                    — electronic publishing perceptions: two cross sectional surveys
analgesia, epidural                                                  Arvanitis TN, see Chryssafidou E 328:839                                  (S Schroter, et al) 328:1350 (P)
 — caesarean section rates in nulliparous women (EHC Liu, et al)     asbestos                                                               autism
   328:1410 (P)                                                       — Australia, fund (B Burton) 328:728 (N)                               — Autism and Creativity: Is there a Link between Autism in Men and
 — effective for low back pain? (A Samanta, et al) 328:1509 (E)       — mesothelioma, radical surgery (T Treasure, et al) 328:237 (E)          Exceptional Ability (Fitzgerald) (Books) 328:1139 (R)
Anderson AM, see Smith WCS 328:1459                                  Asen E, et al, Ten Minutes for the Family: Systemic Interventions in    — children, apparent increase has stopped 328:226 (L)
Anderson, Edward, Obituary (D Crowley) 328:1079                            Primary Care (Books) 328:961 (R)                                  — diagnosis 328:226 (L)
Anderson HR, et al, Trends in prevalence of symptoms of              Asfour, Thelma Rowett (née Gaunt), Obituary (M Asfour)                  — George and Sam (Moore) (Books) 328:1571 (R)
      asthma, hay fever, and eczema in 12-14 year olds in the              328:290                                                           — increase due to diagnostic changes (V Katikireddi) 328:364
      British Isles, 1995-2002: questionnaire survey 328:1052        Ashrafian H, et al, Portable echocardiography 328:300 (E)                 (N)
      (P), 328:1380 (L)                                              Asia see also Afghanistan; Bangladesh; China; India; Iran; Iraq;        — measles, mumps and rubella vaccine and
Anderson R, et al, The maxillofacial factor: not just for dentists         Israel; Korea; Nepal; Pakistan; Palestine; Singapore; Thai-       — — authors reject interpretation (S Mayor) 328:602 (N)
      BMJ Careers 328:s55 (7 February 2004)                                land; United Arab Emirates; Vietnam                               — — Evan Harris raises new allegations (A Ferriman) 328:726
Anderson, Tom, Obituary (J Anderson) 328:1020                        Asia, south-east                                                             (N)
Andrews PA, Transplant (Tilney) (Books) 328:470 (R)                   — BMJ theme issue 328:288 (L)                                          — — media scare (G Watts) (The Press) 328:773 (R)
Angelini K, see Goodacre S 328:254                                    — — overview: cardiovascular and infectious diseases: double           — — no connection found (S Gottlieb) 328:421 (N)
angioplasty                                                                whammy (B Basnyat, et al) 328:781 (E)                             — — pressure mounts for inquiry (C Dyer) 328:483 (N)
 — myocardial infarction                                              — — overview: drug industry marketing (CM Gulhati) 328:778            Avery AJ, see Fernando B 328:1171
 — — should be first line treatment (D Smith) (For and against)            (E)                                                              avian influenza
      328:1254 (ED), 328:1567 (L)                                     — — overview: postgraduate medical education (L Mendis, et al)         — Asia, deaths increase (J Parry) 328:245 (N)
 — — v. thrombolysis: topical parable (P Bogaty, et al) 328:1257           328:779 (E)                                                       — Canada, WHO confirmation (B Kermode-Scott) 328:913 (N)
      (ED)                                                            — — overview: surgery (M Ahmed, et al) 328:782 (E)                     — death toll mounts (J Parry) 328:243 (N)
angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, cardiovascular dis-         — — air pollution (S Kumar) 328:787 (N) (correction, 1104)             — mortality is higher than in previous outbreak (J Parry)
      eases, conundrum of HOPE study 328:167 (L)                      — — burden of communicable diseases (AKM Zaidi, et al)                   328:368 (N)
Angola see also Africa                                                     328:811 (C)                                                       — pandemic risks (WS Barclay) 328:238 (E)
 — Jacqui Mukoyogo (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s27 (17 January          — — burden of non-communicable diseases (A Ghaffar, et al)             — structure of 1918 flu virus uncovered (D Singh) 328:368 (N)
   2004)                                                                   328:807 (C), 328:1499 (L)                                         — Vietnam outbreak, WHO confirms (J Parry) 328:123 (N)
animal research                                                       — — community development and its impact on health (SMM                — WHO investigates human to human transmission (J Parry)
 — Colin Blakemore, threatens to resign over honours debacle               Hossain, et al) 328:830 (ED)                                        328:308 (N)
   (R Dobson) 328:7 (N)                                               — — cricket: magic glue that unites South Asia? (S Shafqat, et al)    aviation medicine, career advice (M Glanfield) BMJ Careers
 — evidence for human benefits (P Pound, et al) 328:514 (ED),              (Personal view) 328:843 (R)                                            328:s13 (10 January 2004)
   328:1017 (L)                                                       — — cricket between India and Pakistan: analysis of results (K        Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children Study Team
                                                                           Abbasi, et al) 328:800 (P), 328:1500 (L)                          — see Bingley PJ 328:322
Anonymous                                                             — — depression in Pakistan (I Mirza, et al) 328:794 (P)                — see Maitra A 328:925
 — Help! I’m a medic, get me out of here (The way I see it) BMJ       — — effect of maternal mental health on infant growth in low          Avorn J, see Schneeweiss S 328:560
   Careers 328:s18 (10 January 2004), s119 (20 March 2004)                 income countries (V Patel, et al) 328:820 (ED)                   Awasthi S
 — Parents as well as children need protection (Personal view)        — — gender in health disparity (FF Fikree, et al) 328:823 (ED)         — et al, Amoxicillin for non-severe pneumonia in young chil-
   328:775 (R)                                                        — — hope for? (ZA Bhutta, et al) 328:777 (E), 328:1497 (L)               dren 328:1567 (N)
 — A time to live or a time to die? (Personal view) 328:1445 (R)      — — importance of health research (R Sadana, et al) 328:826            — see Bhutta ZA 328:816
anorexia nervosa see also eating disorders                                 (C), 328:1497 (L)                                                 — see Zaidi AKM 328:811
 — management, revisited (J Russell) 328:479 (E), 328:1075 (L),       — — on internet (C Osdigwe) (Websites) 328:842 (R)                    Awofeso N
   328:1076 (L)                                                       — — maternal and child health, ready for change? (ZA Bhutta, et        — Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:47 (L),
Anthony-Pillai R, Fluffy thinking 328:574                                  al) 328:816 (ED)                                                    328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)
antibiotic resistance, clinical outcomes and (M Woodhead, et al)      — — technological divide (G Mudur) 328:788 (N)                         — Five Ps in mix of public health advocacy 328:110 (L)
      328:1270 (E)                                                    — — tobacco consumption patterns and distribution in India (S         Aylin P, see Bottle A 328:1568
antibiotics, effectiveness in preventing meningococcal disease:            Subramanian, et al) 328:801 (PC), 328:1498 (L), 328:1499         Aylward M, Sickness certification system in the United Kingdom
      systematic review (B Purcell, et al) 328:1339 (P)                    (L)                                                                    328:461 (L)
antidepressants see also depression                                   — — what is to be done? 328:837 (L), 328:838 (L), 328:839 (L)         Ayres JG, et al, Health protection and sustainable development
 — brain activity: v. cognitive behaviour therapy (S Mayor) 328:69   aspirin                                                                      328:1450 (E)
   (N) correction, 396)                                               — asthma and, implications for clinical practice (C Jenkins, et al)   Azim, Nayeem, (A Arasu) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s282 (26
 — children, efficacy and safety (JN Jureidini, et al) 328:879 (C)       328:434 (P), 328:1076 (L)                                                June 2004)
                                                                      — breast cancers and, daily aspirin and risk (JH Tanne) 328:1336
   (correction, 1170)                                                    (N)
 — suicide, US FDA panel calls for warnings (R Moynihan)
   328:303 (N)
                                                                      — cardiovascular diseases                                                                             B
                                                                      — — polypill 328:289 (L), 328:405 (L)
antiepileptics, children, NICE guidance (S Mayor) 328:1093 (N)        — — prevention insights from modelling incremental cost effec-        Babb S, see Pechacek TF 328:980
antihypertensives, responses of black patients and white patients          tiveness 328:404 (L), 328:405 (L)                                babies see infant, newborn
      are similar (S Mayor) 328:602 (N)                               — resistance (GJ Hankey, et al) 328:477 (E)                           back pain, intervention to change beliefs (R Buchbinder, et al)
antipsychotics, stroke warning 328:1262 (L)                           — thrombosis in polycythaemia vera (POEM*) 328 (10 April                   328:321 (P)
antiretrovirals see also acquired immunodeficiency syndrome              2004)                                                              back surgery, discitis with paravertebral abscess (PR Padala, et al)
 — in Africa (W Stevens, et al) 328:280 (ED)                         Assefi N, see Adams KM 328:1548                                             (Minerva) 328:1024 (R)



2    ALH-BAC                                                                                                                                                                     January−June 2004
bacteriuria, trimethoprim resistant bacteria in patients pre-        — ABC of smoking cessation (T Coleman) 328:397 (C)                      blindness, smoking and (SP Kelly, et al) 328:537 (E) (correction,
      scribed antibiotics (PT Donnan, et al) 328:1297 (IP)           — specific guidelines (S Michie, et al) 328:343 (ED)                          997)
Badenoch D, et al, How electronic communication is changing          Behranwala AA, Health in South Asia 328:1497 (L)                        Blofeld report, Reid refuses to accept all recommendations (M
      health care 328:1564 (L)                                       Belarus see also Europe                                                       Gould) 328:423 (N) (correction, 563)
Badrinath P, Hospital bed utilisation in the NHS and Kaiser          — thyroid cancers, 12-fold increase in women since Chernobyl            blood donors, variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, recipients of
      Permanente 328:583 (L)                                             (R Dobson) 328:1394 (N)                                                   blood products “at vCJD risk” (SM Bird) 328:118 (E)
Bagchi S, et al, Powerful paintings: encouraging future doctors      Bell C, Long term mortality after starvation during the Lenin-          blood pressure see also hypertension
      through art BMJ Careers 328:s107 (13 March 2004)                      grad siege 328:346 (L)                                           — dietary advice for single high reading in primary care (P
Bahl R, et al, Outcome of subsequent pregnancy three years after     Bell JP, Timing of simvastatin treatment 328:168 (L)                       Little, et al) 328:1054 (PC)
      previous operative delivery in the second stage of labour:     Belousova E, see Toelle BG 328:385                                      — haemorrhagic stroke, and ischaemic stroke: Korean study
      cohort study 328:311 (P)                                       Belsky L, et al, Medical researchers’ ancillary clinical care respon-      (Y-M Song, et al) 328:324 (P)
Baiev K, The Oath: A Surgeon Under Fire (Books) 328:354 (R)                 sibilities 328:1494 (ED)                                         — on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:716 (R)
Baiev, Khassan, (I Vlad) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s158 (17          Benetton, WHO road safety posters (J Maskalyk) (ads) 328:902            — misclassification effects (T Marshall) 328:933 (PC)
      April 2004), s209 (22 May 2004)                                       (R)                                                              — stroke secondary prevention: benefit in normal blood pres-
Bailey S, see Banks E 328:1291                                       Benger JR, Response to radiation incidents and radionuclear                sure (KW Muir) 328:297 (E), 328:896 (L), 328:897 (L)
Bain B, see Althahabi MM 328:1072                                           threats 328:1074 (L)                                             blood transfusion
Bainbridge M, see Fernando B 328:1171                                Benians, Richard Gore, Obituary (R Benians) 328:1570                    — effect of flow charts on use of blood transfusions in primary
Baker, Henry de Chair, Obituary (PF Roberts) 328:1382                Benn CS, et al, Cohort study of sibling effect, infectious diseases,       total hip and knee replacement (U Müller, et al) 328:934 (Q)
Baker M, see Shaw J 328:723                                                 and risk of atopic dermatitis during first 18 months of life     — Samuel Pepys (DF Scott) 328:334
Bakhle YS, Missing evidence that animal research benefits hu-               328:1223 (P)                                                     — transfusion with red cells filtered to remove leucocytes: pa-
      mans 328:1017 (L)                                              Bennell KL, see Haines TP 328:676                                          tients undergoing major surgery (JA van Hilten, et al)
Bal AM, Hit for six 328:1500 (L)                                     Bennewith O, et al, Variations in the hospital management of self          328:1281 (P)
Balicer RD, et al, Tackling the next influenza pandemic 328:1391            harm in adults in England: observational study 328:1108          Bloom S, see Park A BMJ Careers 328:s153
      (E)                                                                   (P), 328:1440 (L)                                                BMJ
Ball C, et al, Critical care outreach team’s effect on patient       Bentham J, et al, The internet—friend or foe? 328:133                   — academic medicine international campaign 328:45 (L),
      outcome 328:347 (L)                                            Benuri-Silbiger I, see Paul M 328:668                                      328:46 (L), 328:47 (L), 328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378
Bamforth I, Endpiece. Your time’s up 328:990                         Beral V, see Banks E 328:1291                                              (L)
Bamji A, Saving the past: where do we stop? (Personal view)          Bérard A, see Maisonneuve H 328:229                                     — Christmas quiz answers 328:459
      328:717 (R)                                                    bereavement see also death                                              — Dr Foster case notes (J Clark) 328:362 (E)
bananas, ripeness. One hundred years ago 328:1196                    — Excerpts from a Family Medical Dictionary (Brown) (Books)             — editor to take up new post (Z Kmietowicz) 328:1276 (N)
Banerjee S                                                               328:1571 (R)                                                        — ELPS, authors’ perceptions (S Schroter, et al) 328:1350 (P)
— see Scoote M BMJ Careers 328:s205                                  — sudden death in infants and children, investigation and family        — exchanging health lessons globally (T Richards) 328:239 (E)
— see Worrall A 328:867                                                  care (PJ Fleming, et al) 328:331 (C), 328:1262 (L)                  — Iona Heath, ethics committee chairperson (A Ferriman)
Bangladesh see also Asia                                             Berelowitz M, Management of anorexia nervosa revisited                     328:246 (N)
— arsenicosis, clinicians’ roles in management (R Murshed, et al)           328:1075 (L)                                                     — honesty box for research warts 328:1320 (L)
   328:493 (P)                                                       Bernacki RE, Use of healthcare resources in the last six months         — peer review quality and training
bank holidays, Mondays (P Kirkbride) (Personal view) 328:1325               of life 328:1202 (L)                                             — — overview (S Schroter, et al) 328:658 (E)
      (R)                                                            Bernasconi E, see Young J 328:15                                        — — trial (S Schroter, et al) 328:673 (P)
Banks E, et al, Impact of use of hormone replacement therapy on      Bertand D, see Maisonneuve H 328:229                                    — photography award for medical image (L Eaton) 328:306 (N)
      false positive recall in the NHS breast screening pro-         Berwick DM                                                              — rapid responses (M Fazel) (Personal view) 328:413 (R), 328:644
      gramme: results from the million women study 328:1291          — Escape Fire: Designs for the Future of Health Care (Books)               (L), 328:645 (L)
      (P)                                                                328:1139 (R)                                                        — South Asia theme issue 328:288 (L)
Banks J, Two memorable patients. Two nil 328:285                     — Lessons from developing nations on improving health care              BMJ Publishing Group, books department sale (O Dyer)
Barber MD, Omega 3 fatty acids and cardiovascular disease                328:1124 (ED) (correction, 1301)                                          328:854 (N)
      328:406 (L)                                                    BestTreatments, launch 328:724                                          bmj.com, top tens in 2003: 328:303 (opposite)
Barbour R, see Hussey S 328:88                                         lactam, sepsis in immunocompetent patients, comparison with           Body R, The recurrent attender with a difference 328:1554
Barchana M, see Paltiel O 328:919                                           lactam-aminoglycoside (M Paul, et al) 328:668 (P) (correc-       Bogaty P, et al, Primary angioplasty or thrombolysis? a topical
Barclay WS, et al, Pandemic risks from bird flu 328:238 (E)                 tion, 884)                                                             parable 328:1257 (ED)
Barden, Margaret Elizabeth, Obituary (AE Gerbie) 328:1205            Bevan G, et al, Targets, inspections, and transparency 328:598 (E)      Boggild M, see Jacob A 328:1552
Barham LM, Is the NHS getting better or worse? 328:106 (L)           Bhansali A, et al, Insulin given intradermally in faulty injection      Bogle RG, see Ashrafian H 328:300
Barker M, see Black N 328:1478                                              technique (Minerva) 328:1268 (R)                                 Bognolo G
Barley S, Endpiece, Deafness makes you depressed 328:1132            Bharucha N, see Shafqat S 328:843                                       — Doctors and Nurses (TV) 328:114 (R)
Barnes D, Follow up of hypertension by family practitioners          Bhopal R                                                                — Grand Rounds (Journals) 328:353 (R)
      328:641 (L)                                                    — et al, Review of prevalence data in, and evaluation of methods        — Your life in their hands (TV) 328:716 (R)
Barnes N, see Griffiths C 328:144                                        for cross cultural adaption of, UK surveys on tobacco and           Boia L, Forever Young: A Cultural History of Longevity (Books)
Barnett J, see Little P 328:1054                                         alcohol in ethnic minority groups 328:76 (P) (correction, 563)            328:1504 (R)
Barnish G, et al, Newer drug combinations for malaria 328:1511       — see Ahmad N 328:1499                                                  Bonati M
      (E)                                                            — see Katikireddi V 328:770                                             — et al, Children need international formulary to guarantee
Baron JH                                                             BHS guidelines working party, see Williams B 328:634                       rational use of drugs 328:227 (L), 328:525 (L)
— Endpiece                                                           Bhuiya A, see Hossain SMM 328:830                                       — see Clavenna A 328:711
— — Boston medical students 1827: 328:44                             Bhutta ZA                                                               — see Schiavetti B 328:108
— — The brutalised poor of our manufacturing districts               — et al, Is there hope for South Asia? 328:777 (E), 328:1497 (L)        bone metastases, reliability of symptoms to determine use of
      328:994                                                        — et al, Maternal and child health: is South Asia ready for                   bone scans to identify bone metastases in lung cancer (M
— — Expelling patients 1778: 328:342                                     change? 328:816 (ED)                                                      Hetzel, et al) 328:1051 (P)
— — Old theories and old men 328:675                                 Bianco E, et al, Tobacco should be excluded from free trade             Boniface, Simon John, Obituary (J Hodges) 328:1322
— — Paris and London consultants 1815: 328:506                              agreement 328:581 (L)                                            Booth, Christopher C, A Physician Reflects (Books) 328:470 (R)
— — A physician’s tooth as an infallible amulet 328:930              Billings K, Learning to live in a medical household (Personal view)     Boreham J, see Doll R 328:1519
— — Students at Guy’s and St Thomas’s, 1819: 328:25                         328:235 (R)                                                      Borja J, et al, Amoxicillin for non-severe pneumonia in young
— — When to discharge a patient 328:1342                             Binder C, see Hovind P 328:1105                                               children 328:1567 (N)
Barone AA, see Miranda-Filho DdeB 328:615                            Bingley PJ, et al, Undiagnosed coeliac disease at age seven:            Borman E, Health tourism 328:60 (E)
Barraclough K                                                               population based prospective birth control study 328:322         Bossuyt PMM, see Bayram N 328:192
— Cotswold churches (Soundings) 328:591 (R)                                 (P)                                                              Bottle A, et al, Implementing guidance on hip fracture 328:1568
— Endless evaluation (Soundings) 328:57 (R)                          biochemistry, career advice (A Park, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s153              (L)
— Meetings (Soundings) 328:903 (R)                                          (17 April 2004)                                                  Bowcock SJ, et al, Chemotherapy for cancer patients who present
— Stayin’ alive with quantum physics (Soundings) 328:1385 (R)        biofeedback, pelvic floor dysfunction in constipation (G Bassotti,            late 328:1430 (ED)
Barratt H, see Schroter S 328:673, 328:742, 328:1350                        et al) 328:393 (C)                                               bowel cancers see gastrointestinal cancers
Barrero SAP, Editing embargo is bad news for US scientists too       biphosphonate, severe hypocalcaemia after being given (R Peter,         Bowen-Simpkins P, et al, Royal College of Obstetricians and
      328:898 (L)                                                           et al) (Lesson of the week) 328:335 (C), 328:1439 (L)                  Gynaecologists mentoring scheme BMJ Careers 328:s56
Barrett N, see Banks E 328:1291                                      Bird SM, Recipients of blood products “at vCJD risk” 328:118 (E)              (7 February 2004)
Bartlett A                                                           birth rate, diminishing. One hundred years ago 328:1469                 Boyd J, see Murphy NF 328:1413
— see Smith G 328:427                                                birth weight see also pregnancy                                         Boyd PA, et al, Autopsy after termination of pregnancy for fetal
— see King M 328:429                                                 — India, smokeless tobacco use and (PC Gupta, et al) 328:1538                 anomaly: retrospective cohort study 328:137 (P)
Barton AC, Flaw and order BMJ Careers 328:s148 (10 April                 (PC)                                                                Boynton P
      2004)                                                          Birtwhistle RV, et al, Randomised equivalence trial comparing           — More on treating homosexuality as a sickness 328:1261 (L)
Barts and The London, resuscitation of disabled girl High Court             three and six months of follow up of patients with hyper-        — et al, How PR firms use research to sell products (The Press)
      case (C Dyer) 328:125 (N)                                             tension by family practitioners 328:204 (PC), 328:641 (L)           328:530 (R)
Barwood, Philip Fairbrother, Obituary (G Barwood) 328:714            Bjordal JM, et al, Review of tennis elbow was biased 328:897 (L)        — see Greenhalgh T 328:1541
Basnyat B                                                            Björkstén B, see Benn CS 328:1223                                       — see Russell J 328:1174
— South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:839 (L)                Black A, Reconfiguration of surgical, emergency, and trauma             Boynton PM
— et al, Cardiovascular and infectious diseases in South Asia: the          services in the United Kingdom 328:178 (E), 328:522 (L),         — Hands-on guide to questionnaire research. Administering, analys-
   double whammy 328:781 (E)                                                328:523 (L)                                                         ing, and reporting your questionnaire 328:1372 (ED) (correc-
— see Gertsch JH 328:797                                             Black N                                                                    tion, 329:323)
Bass D, Flaw and order BMJ Careers 328:s148 (10 April 2004)          — et al, Cross sectional survey of multicentre clinical databases       — et al, Hands-on guide to questionnaire research
Bassotti G, et al, Biofeedback for pelvic floor dysfunction in           in the United Kingdom 328:1478 (IP)                                 — — Reaching beyond the white middle classes 328:1433 (ED)
      constipation 328:393 (C)                                       — see Raine R 328:1354                                                  — — Selecting, designing, and developing your questionnaire
BAT Industries                                                       — see Rowan K 328:924                                                         328:1312 (ED)
— fights order to hand over memorandum (JH Tanne) 328:1456           — see Schroter S 328:673                                                Bracken MB, see Pound P 328:514
   (N)                                                               Black S, et al, Hospital bed utilisation in the NHS and Kaiser          Bradfield, William John Dickson ("Bill"), Obituary (M Gough)
— secret smoking documents go on web (C Dyer) 328:1335 (N)                  Permanente 328:582 (L)                                                 328:409 (L)
Bates C, Flaw in WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco                 Black, Sue, (T MacMahon) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s88 (28              Bradford A, Hysterectomy and sexual wellbeing 328:107 (L)
      Control 328:1320 (L)                                                  February 2004)                                                   Bradshaw H, Labouring in water 328:767 (L)
Bates I, see Barnish G 328:1511                                      Blackburn, Raymond, Obituary (L Bartlet) 328:52                         Brady A, see Rowan K 328:924
Battegay M, see Young J 328:15                                       blacks, antihypertensive drug responses (S Mayor) 328:602 (N)           bradycardia, in acute haemorrhage (I Thomas, et al) (Lesson of the
Batty GD, et al, Physical activity and coronary heart disease        bladder calculi, multiple (A Thomas, et al) (Minerva) 328:176 (R)             week) 328:451 (C)
      328:1089 (E)                                                   Blair M, et al, Child Public Health (Books) 328:1384 (R)                Brailsford S, see Young T 328:162
Baum M, Making Amends misses the point 328:407 (L)                   Blair PS, see Fleming PJ 328:331                                        Brand A, see van Hilten JA 328:1281
Baxter AJ, see Ramesh P 328:708                                      Blakely TA, see Hill SE 328:988                                         Brand R, see van Hilten JA 328:1281
Baxter NN, see Urbach DR 328:737                                     Blakemore C                                                             Braspenning JCC, see Laurent MGH 328:927
Bayram N, et al, Using an electrocautery strategy or recombinant     — et al, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:49 (L)             Brazier J, see Wailoo A 328:536
      follicle stimulating hormone to induce ovulation in poly-      — et al, Missing evidence that animal research benefits humans          Brazil, prisons, Carandiru (W Rashid) (Film) 328:1082 (R)
      cystic ovary syndrome: randomised controlled trial                 328:1017 (L)                                                        Brborovic O, Printing error reveals effectiveness of public health
      328:192 (P)                                                    Blakemore, Colin, resignation threat over honours debacle (R                  promotion 328:874
Beales ILP, Ethics review in research 328:710 (L)                           Dobson) 328:7 (N)                                                breast cancers
Bearn J, see Reed LJ 328:228                                         Bland JM                                                                — aromatase inhibitor cuts risk of recurrence (C White) 328:599
Beaumont B, see Hurwitz BS 328:163                                                                                                              (N)
Beckaya A, Reluctance in child protection must be for several        — et al, Statistics Notes. The logrank test 328:1073 (ED) (correc-      — aspirin and, daily aspirin and risk (JH Tanne) 328:1336 (N)
      reasons 328:767 (L)                                                tion, 1412)                                                         — breast augmentation and (POEM*) 328 (12 June 2004)
bed occupancy see also patient admission                             — see Altman DG 328:1016                                                — Canada, treatment delay suit (D Spurgeon) 328:660 (N)
— NHS, Kaiser Permanente, and US Medicare programme                  Bland M, see Poloniecki J 328:375                                       — doctors’s communication of trust, care and respect (EB
   328:582 (L), 328:583 (L), 328:584 (L)                             Blanken P, see van den Brink W 328:229                                     Wright, et al) 328:864 (P), 328:1317 (L), 328:1318 (L),
beer, CAMRA shy? (JO Drife) (Soundings) 328:1445 (R)                 Bleijenberg G, see Emmen MJ 328:318                                        328:1319 (L)
Begum S, see Griffiths C 328:144                                     blinding, success of blinding reported in randomised placebo            — ductal carcinoma in situ: US variation (JH Tanne) 328:785 (N)
Beh PSL, Death of the teaching autopsy 328:166 (L)                          controlled trials (D Fergusson, et al) 328:432 (P), 328:1135     — genetics, charity makes gene available (S Mayor) 328:423 (N)
behaviour modification                                                      (L), 328:1136 (L)                                                — hormone replacement therapy and



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                         BAC-BRE            3
— — another HRT trial is stopped early (C Dyer) 328:305 (N)             Burgess, Charles Terence Anthony, Obituary (P Burgess)             Campbell S, see Goodacre S 328:254
— — benefits and harms: clinical decision therapy (C Minelli, et             328:1442                                                      Campi R, see Schiavetti B 328:108
      al) 328:371 (P)                                                   Burke K                                                            Canada see also North America
— — where are we now? (K McPherson) 328:357 (E)                         — Health tsars: spin or substance? 328:126 (N)                      — Aborigines, clinic privatisation fears (D Spurgeon) 328:972
— Norway and Sweden, incidence during introduction of na-               — Palliative care at home to get further funds if it saves money      (N)
   tionwide screening (P-H Zahl, et al) 328:921 (P)                       328:544 (N)                                                       — AIDS, Quebec: doctor disclosure (D Spurgeon) 328:304 (N)
— oestrogen only arm of trial is stopped (JH Tanne) 328:602 (N)         — Poverty gap for cancer survival widens 328:599 (N)                — avian flu, WHO confirmation (B Kermode-Scott) 328:913 (N)
— screening                                                             — Trusts are ill prepared for 58 hour week for junior doctors       — breast cancers, treatment delay suit (D Spurgeon) 328:660 (N)
— — annual mammograms (Z Kmietowicz) 328:1515 (N)                         328:484 (N)                                                       — cancers, what do palliative care patients want to be told? (P
— — impact of use of hormone replacement therapy on false               — UK government moves to tackle lottery of cancer drugs               Kirk, et al) 328:1343 (P)
      positive recall (E Banks, et al) 328:1291 (P)                       328:1453 (N)                                                      — Clostridium difficile infections (D Spurgeon) 328:1457 (N)
— — website presentation of possible benefits and harms (KJ             Burke, Leslie, GMC treatment withdrawal guidance challenged         — drug industry, generic drugs for developing countries plan
      Jørgensen, et al) 328:148 (IP), 328:769 (L)                            (C Dyer) 328:541 (N)                                             threatened (D Spurgeon) 328:728 (N)
— sentinel node biopsy (RM Kell, et al) 328:1330 (E)                    Burn KE, “Neuroprimaritry” BMJ Careers 328:s149 (10 April           — SARS, public health initiatives welcomed (B Kermode-Scott)
— surgery in early stages should be followed by radiotherapy (S              2004)                                                            328:785 (N)
   Gottlieb) 328:186 (N)                                                Burnell, Hubert Cedric, Obituary (JC Burnell) 328:53                — tobacco industry, healthcare cost suit (C Dyer) 328:1279 (N)
breast feeding see also infant milk formulas                            Burnett R, see Maden A 328:1534                                    Cancer Research UK, cancer gene freely available across Europe
— electioneering nipple shot banned (C White) 328:1337 (N)              burns                                                                    (S Mayor) 328:423 (N)
— volunteer counsellor support for mothers considering breast           — ABC of burns                                                     cancers
   feeding (J Graffy, et al) 328:26 (PC), 328:349 (L)                   — — First aid and treatment for minor burns (J Hudspith, et al)     — adolescence, prognosis fails to improve (Z Kmietowicz)
breathlessness                                                               328:1487 (C)                                                     328:540 (N)
— elderly woman: Interactive case report                                — — Initial management of a major burn: I—overview (S Hetti-        — after pre-eclampsia
— — case presentation (D Lowdon, et al) 328:698 (C)                          aratchy, et al) 328:1555 (C)                                   — — overview (A Taylor) 328:909 (E)
— — case progression (D Lowdon, et al) 328:758 (C)                      — — Introduction (S Hettiaratchy, et al) 328:1366 (C)               — — Jerusalem perinatal cohort follow up (O Paltiel, et al)
— — case outcome (D Lowdon, et al) 328:944 (C)                          — — Pathophysiology and types of burns (S Hettiaratchy, et al)           328:919 (P)
Breay S, Hypocalcaemia after intravenous bisphosphonate                      328:1427 (C) (correction, 329:148)                             — children
      328:1439 (L)                                                      — children, from steam inhalation (SM Murphy, et al) (Lesson of     — — follow up for cancer survivors needs clarification (O Dyer)
Breen J, Road safety advocacy 328:888 (ED), 328:1261 (L)                  the week) 328:757 (C)                                                  328:365 (N)
Brennan, Mary Theresa (née Rahill), Obituary (F O’Connor)               Burns H, Health tsars 328:117 (E), 328:407 (L)                      — — needless deaths (V Katikireddi) 328:422 (N)
      328:1382                                                          Burns, Lizzie, encouraging future doctors through art (S Bagchi,    — drug therapy
Brewer NJ, Quality of randomised controlled trials 328:286 (L)               et al) BMJ Careers 328:s107 (13 March 2004)                    — — "arrogant doctors” not to blame prescribing variability (B
Bridgman S, see Garry R 328:129                                         Burns, William, Obituary (R Hinchcliffe) 328:1441                        Rushforth) 328:1516 (N)
Bridgwater FHG, see Metcalfe MS 328:507                                 Burr M, see Anderson HR 328:1052                                    — — patients who present late (SJ Bowcock, et al) 328:1430 (ED)
Brierley, James Brunskill, Obituary (DI Graham) 328:1138                Burton B                                                            — — UK government moves to tackle lottery (K Burke)
Briers P, see Banks E 328:1291                                          — AstraZeneca digs in over advertising criticisms 328:1035 (N)           328:1453 (N)
Briley DP, et al, Scan immediately for stroke using MRI when            — Australia makes concessions on drug approvals after US            — internet
      possible 328:1135 (L)                                               pressure 328:425 (N)                                              — — (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:1081 (R)
British Hypertension Society                                            — Australian drug pricing scheme under pressure in free trade       — — patients’ experience of cancer (S Ziebland, et al) 328:564
— guidelines for hypertension management 2004 (BHS-IV)                    talks 328:247 (N)                                                      (IP), 328:898 (L)
— — overview (S Laurent) 328:593 (E)                                    — Australia’s contribution to global health fund provokes dis-      — mobile phones, unclear risk (C White) 328:124 (N)
— — summary (B Williams, et al) 328:634 (ED)                              may 328:486 (N)                                                   — mortality, 12% fall 1972-2002 (Z Kmietowicz) 328:303 (N)
— see Williams B 328:634                                                — Cigarette packs to feature graphic images 328:366 (N)               (correction, 494)
British Medical Association                                             — Fund for patients with asbestos induced diseases may run out      — poverty and, survival gap widens (K Burke) 328:599 (N)
— benefit levels must increase to allow healthy living (L Eaton)          328:728 (N)                                                       — research information exchange launched (S Pincock)
   328:366 (N)                                                          — New Zealand moves to ban direct advertising of drugs 328:68         328:728 (N)
— Rajendara Chaundhary, wins £815 000 in race case (C Dyer)               (N)                                                               — satisfaction of uncertainty principle in cancer clinical trials (S
   328:786 (N)                                                          — New Zealand widens access to “no fault” compensation for            Joffe, et al) 328:1463 (P)
— Council election candidates 2004-2006: 328:404 (opposite)               medical mishaps 328:729 (N)                                       — south-east Asia, burden of non-communicable diseases (A
— Genetically Modified Food and Health (Z Kmietowicz) 328:602           — Tobacco campaigners worried by slow progress on conven-             Ghaffar, et al) 328:807 (C), 328:1499 (L)
   (N)                                                                    tion 328:1220 (N)                                                 — symptoms, GPs need help in spotting (Z Kmietowicz) 328:659
— pay award for doctors on old contract frustration (Z Kmieto-          Burtt GJ, Prejudiced, poignant, pathetic, or publishable? BMJ         (N)
   wicz) 328:663 (N)                                                         Careers 328:s119 (20 March 2004)                              candesartan, rash and acute nephritic syndrome (A Morton, et
— Smoking and Reproductive Life (Z Kmietowicz) 328:364 (N)              Bury B, Sustainability of medical imaging 328:1201 (L)                   al) (Drug points) 328:25
Britten N, Patients’ expectations of consultations 328:416 (E)          Busari JO, et al, How to investigate and manage the child who is   Canis MJ, et al, Results of eVALuate study of hysterectomy
Britton J, see Coleman T 328:965                                             slow to speak 328:272 (C)                                           techniques 328:642 (L)
Brock, Samuel Henry, Obituary (H Barnes, et al) 328:960                 Buscombe JR, Response to radiation incidents and radionuclear      Cannings, Angela
Broder MS, et al, Surgical quality: review of Californian measures           threats 328:1074 (L)                                           — Roy Meadow, GMC charges over evidence given in child
      328:152 (IP)                                                      Bussoli T, see Abbs S 328:172                                         death cases (O Dyer) 328:9 (N)
Brody LC, see Kirke PN 328:1535                                         Busuttil A, see Minns RA 328:766                                    — parents convicted of killing to have their cases reviewed (C
bronchiolitis, treatment data is severely limited (POEM*) 328 (5        Busza J, et al, Trafficking and health 328:1369 (ED)                  Dyer) 328:183 (N)
      June 2004)                                                        Butler, Thomas, infectious diseases expert imprisoned (JH           — suspected mothers might be dealt with outside criminal sys-
Bronner KK, see Wennberg JE 328:607                                          Tanne) 328:662 (N)                                               tem (C Dyer) 328:425 (N)
Brook, Charles Peter Beynon, Obituary (T Dening) 328:1020               Buxton M, see Grant J 328:48                                       Capewell SJ
Brook H, see Worrall A 328:867                                          Byrne, David, interview (R Watson) 328:1096 (N)                     — see Goodacre S 328:254
Brook RH, see Broder MS 328:152                                         Byrne M, see Eaton WW 328:438, 328:1017                             — see McAlister FA 328:1110
Broom DH, see Taft A 328:618                                            Byrne P, Capturing the Friedmans (Film) 328:901 (R)                 — see Murphy NF 328:1413
Brophy JM, see Bogaty P 328:1257                                        Byron A, A memorable patient. The price of presumption 328:21      Caplehorn J, Prescription of heroin to treatment resistant heroin
Brotherton JML, Internet is indeed useful source for patients                                                                                    addicts 328:228 (L)
      with cancer 328:898 (L)                                                                                                              Capoore, Harbaksh Singh, Obituary (P Capoore, et al) 328:1570
Brown, Carole Susan, Obituary (T Luxton, et al) 328:409 (L)                                           C                                    capsaicin, chronic pain treatment, efficacy and safety (L Mason, et
Brown H, Netlines 328:56 (R), 328:293 (R), 328:529 (R), 328:716                                                                                  al) 328:991 (PC)
      (R), 328:1081 (R)                                                 Caan W                                                             Capstick B, The future of clinical negligence litigation? 328:457
Brown J, see Garry R 328:129                                             — Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:48 (L),                   (ED)
Brown MJ, see Williams B 328:634                                           328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                        carbonated drinks, obesity in children (J James, et al) 328:1237
Brown R, Excerpts from a Family Medical Dictionary (Books)               — Paediatricians as child protectors? BMJ Careers 328:s208 (22          (PC) (correction, 1236)
      328:1571 (R)                                                         May 2004)                                                       cardiac rehabilitation, acute myocardial infarction (H Dalal, et al)
Bruce D, et al, Revalidation for general practitioners: randomised       — Random drug testing in schools fails screening criteria               328:693 (C)
      comparison of two revalidation models 328:687 (LP),                  328:641 (L)                                                     cardiac troponins, raised (P Ammann, et al) 328:1028 (E)
      328:1077 (L)                                                       — see Sobic EM 328:1365                                           cardiology, training update (M Scoote, et al) BMJ Careers
Bruhat MA, see Canis MJ 328:642                                         caesarean section see also labour                                        328:s205 (22 May 2004)
Brunton G, see Thomas J 328:1010                                         — emergencies, decision to delivery interval (J Thomas, et al)    cardiothoracic imaging, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines)
Bryan J, GPs may offer dialysis to kidney patients under new               328:665 (P)                                                           328:293 (R)
      framework 328:186 (N)                                              — NICE advises against on demand (Z Kmietowicz) 328:1031          cardiothoracic surgery, education, UK training (Z Khalpey, et al)
Bryan S, see Sculpher M 328:382                                            (N), 328:1320 (L)                                                     BMJ Careers 328:s3 (3 January 2004), s118 (20 March
Buchan A, see Munday P 328:1214                                          — nulliparous women after low concentration epidural infu-              2004)
Buchan, Alexander Campbell, Obituary (AB Sutherland)                       sions or opioid analgesia (EHC Liu, et al) 328:1410 (P)         cardiovascular diseases see also coronary disease; myocardial
      328:1020                                                           — social class in English NHS and (Dr Foster’s case notes)              infarction; stroke
Buchbinder R, et al, Population based intervention to change               328:1399                                                         — anxiety and depressive disorders in (SJC Davies, et al) 328:939
      back pain beliefs: three year follow up population survey          — US, mother accused of murder after refusal (C Marwick)             (C)
      328:321 (P)                                                          328:663 (N)                                                      — aspirin and, prevention insights from modelling incremental
Bucher HC, see Young J 328:15                                           Caldwell B, see Murshed R 328:493                                     cost effectiveness 328:404 (L), 328:405 (L)
Buchthal, Fritz, Obituary (J Payan) 328:1322                            Callaghan CJ, see Goldstone AR 328:379                              — developing countries, threat (S Mayor) 328:1032 (N)
Buck, Hubert Anthony, Obituary (D Davies) 328:1079                      Callaghan N, How to become a lawyer BMJ Careers 328:s215            — long term mortality after starvation during siege of Lenin-
Buck L, see Magos A 328:1565                                                  (29 May 2004)                                                   grad (P Sparén, et al) 328:11 (P), 328:346 (L)
Buckland Y, Parents key to reducing overweight in children              Callaghan W, see Boynton P 328:530                                  — omega 3 fatty acids and: fish oils as natural treatment (JN Din,
      328:169 (L)                                                       Callahan D, What Price Better Health? Hazards of the Research         et al) 328:30 (C), 328:406 (L), 328:407 (L)
Budden M                                                                      Imperative (Books) 328:1140 (R)                               — ramipril and, in type 2 diabetes (M Marre, et al) 328:495 (PC)
— see Adams T 328:871                                                   Calle EE, see Harris JE 328:72                                        (correction, 686)
— see Sanderson H 328:875                                               Calvert M, et al, Timing of simvastatin treatment 328:167 (L)       — South-east Asia
Budzinski LA, see Joffe S 328:1463                                      Camaroni I, see Purcell B 328:1339                                  — — burden of non-communicable diseases (A Ghaffar, et al)
Bulgaria see also Europe                                                Cameron, Alexander ("Alastair"), Obituary (DNL Ralphs)                   328:807 (C), 328:1499 (L)
— health workers sentenced to death in Libya (K Krosnar)                      328:1382                                                      — — and infectious diseases: double whammy (B Basnyat, et al)
   328:1153 (N)                                                         Campbell B, et al, Views of doctors on clinical correspondence:          328:781 (E)
Buljevac D, see Hintzen RQ 328:287                                            questionnaire survey and audit of content of letters         career mobility
Bull D, see Banks E 328:1291                                                  328:1060 (PC)                                                 — A levels and intelligence as predictors in UK doctors 328:585
bullying see also violence                                              Campbell C, "Letting Them Die": Why HIV/AIDS Prevention Pro-          (L)
— managing your boss (R Persaud) BMJ Careers 328:s203 (22                     grammes Fail (Books) 328:1081 (R)                             — leaving your job
   May 2004)                                                            Campbell CMA, Volunteer counsellors for supporting breast           — — part 1 (A Houghton) BMJ Careers 328:s93 (6 March
— overseas doctors (R Shroff) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s259               feeding 328:349 (L)                                                2004), s208 (22 May 2004)
   (19 June 2004)                                                       Campbell EB, et al, Coeliac disease and schizophrenia 328:1017      — — part 2 (A Houghton) BMJ Careers 328:s106 (13 March
Bulstrode C, Retraining: scary but worth it (The way I see it) BMJ            (L)                                                                2004), s208 (22 May 2004)
      Careers 328:s117 (20 March 2004)                                  Campbell JL                                                         — — part 3 (A Houghton) BMJ Careers 328:s115 (20 March
Bundy C, Doctors’ communication of trust, care, and respect              — see Campbell B 328:1060                                               2004)
      328:1318 (L)                                                       — see Dalal H 328:693                                             Carelli F
bupropion, ABC of smoking cessation (E Roddy) 328:509 (C)               Campbell MJ                                                         — Doctors are tending to be perceived as inherently bad
Burgermeister J                                                          — Extending CONSORT to include cluster trials 328:654 (E)            328:407 (L)
— EU trials database is criticised for lack of openness 328:1094         — Interactive case report. Treating nausea and vomiting during     — Suspension of doctors 328:710 (L)
   (N)                                                                     pregnancy. Commentary: Statistical aspects 328:506 (C)          carers
— German prosecutors probe again into bribes by drug compa-             Campbell MK, et al, CONSORT statement: extension to cluster         — disabled stroke survivors
   nies 328:1333 (N)                                                          randomised trials 328:702 (ED)                                — — overview (GJ Hankey) 328:1085 (E)
— Sweden bans privatisation of hospitals 328:484 (N)                    Campbell, Naomi, privacy: new model (C Dyer) (The Press)            — — training: economic evaluation (A Patel, et al) 328:1102 (P)
— UN warns of dangers of drugs sold on internet 328:603 (N)                   328:1265 (R)                                                  — — training randomised controlled trial (L Kalra, et al)
Burgess A, Cellular Phones, Public Fears, and a Culture of Precaution   Campbell R, Courage to change BMJ Careers 328:s208 (22 May               328:1099 (P)
      (Books) 328:292 (R)                                                     2004)                                                        Carey KA, see Cooper CP 328:1179



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Carleton B, see Schneeweiss S 328:560                                   Chêne G, see Yazdanpanah Y 328:249                                    — — verdict (O Dyer) 328:1455 (N)
Carlisle D, UK’s “ethical recruitment policy” needs to be               Cheng JR, see Xu WH 328:1285                                          — Roy Meadow, GMC charges over evidence given in child
      strengthened 328:1218 (N)                                         Cheong E, see Yeung J BMJ Careers 328:s163                              death cases (O Dyer) 328:9 (N)
Carnall D, Is there a future for links pages? (Website) 328:1207 (R)    Chernobyl fallout, thyroid cancers 12-fold increase in women (R       — media survey of doctors’ response (C White) (The Press)
Carpenter J, see Schroter S 328:673                                           Dobson) 328:1394 (N)                                              328:649 (R)
Carrell JL, The Speckled Monster: A Historical Tale of Battling         Chesser A, A career in renal medicine BMJ Careers 328:s23 (17         — parents convicted of killing to have their cases reviewed (C
      Smallpox (Books) 328:233 (R)                                            January 2004)                                                     Dyer) 328:183 (N)
Carrier J, see Sassi F 328:1213                                         chest pain                                                           Clark V, see Thompson S 328:269
cars, for medical men. One hundred years ago 328:91                      — cardiac, diagnosis (AL Mahajan) 328:1001                          Clarke, Derek Herbert, Obituary (J Clarke) 328:526 (correction,
Carter JM                                                                — economic evaluation of chest pain observation unit com-                 762)
 — Doctors’ communication of trust, care, and respect 328:1318             pared with routine care (S Goodacre, et al) 328:254 (P)           Clarke, Edward Granville Woodchurch, Obituary (C French)
   (L)                                                                  Cheung YW, “Drink plenty of fluids” 328:958 (L)                            328:1205
 — Saddam Hussein’s medical examination should not have                 Chew R, Flung in at the deep end (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s27       Clarke M
   been broadcast 328:51                                                      (17 January 2004)                                               — Treatment of unilateral visual impairment on preschool vi-
Carter S, see Raine R 328:1354                                          Chiarioni G, see Bassotti G 328:393                                     sion screening 328:348 (L)
Casals-Ariet, Jordi, Obituary (J Lenzer) 328:959                        Chikwe J, et al, No time to train the surgeons 328:418 (E),           — see Soares HP 328:22
Casson RI, see Birtwhistle RV 328:204, 328:641                                328:1133 (L), 328:1134 (L)                                     Clarke R, see Donnan PT 328:1297
Castilla EE, see Amorim MR 328:84                                       child abuse see also shaken baby syndrome                            Clavenna A
Castle S, see Busza J 328:1369                                           — Capturing the Friedmans (P Byrne) (Film) 328:901 (R)               — et al, Increase in non-evidence based use of antidepressants in
cataract surgery, customising (M Woodcock, et al) 328:92 (C)             — complaints against doctors have increased fivefold (Z Kmi-           children is cause for concern 328:711 (L)
Cavan D, see James J 328:1237                                              etowicz) 328:601 (N)                                               — see Schiavetti B 328:108
Central America see also Cuba; Jamaica                                   — court dismisses mothers’ appeals (C Dyer) 328:1219 (N)            Clayton R, see Garry R 328:129
cereals, we are not “amueslied” 328:1136 (L)                             — Michael Curtis, cleared over failure to spot signs of abuse (O    cleft lip, survival analysis of cleft lip and palate at birth (K
cerebral palsy, management in primary care. bmjlearning.com (K             Dyer) 328:186 (N)                                                       Christensen, et al) 328:1405 (P)
      Walsh) 328:743                                                     — doctors reluctant to work on child protection committees (O       clinical attachments
cervical screening                                                         Dyer) 328:307 (N), 328:767 (L)                                     — overseas doctors
 — human papillomavirus testing, psychological impact in bor-            — experts disagree (C Dyer) 328:1517 (N)                             — — positive experience (H Alshafey) (Clinical attachment)
   derline or results (E Maissi, et al) 328:1293 (PC)                    — fewer care cases to be reopened than originally thought (C              BMJ Careers 328:s265 (19 June 2004)
 — UK policy (AE Raffle) 328:1272                                          Dyer) 328:482 (N)                                                  — — supervision (EB Turya) (Clinical attachment) BMJ Careers
Challacombe BJ, et al, Prejudiced, poignant, pathetic, or publish-       — media survey of doctors’ response (C White) (The Press)                 328:s262 (19 June 2004)
      able? BMJ Careers 328:s119 (20 March 2004)                           328:649 (R)                                                        — — user’s guide (U Prabhu) (Clinical attachment) BMJ Ca-
Challand S, Wasting time with people (Personal view) 328:1573            — parents as well as children need protection (Anonymous)                 reers 328:s263 (19 June 2004)
      (R)                                                                  (Personal view) 328:775 (R)                                       clinical ethics committees see ethics, medical
Chalmers I                                                               — Colin Paterson, accused of misrepresenting evidence (O            clinical judgement, electronic learning and (DJ Klass) 328:1147
 — Well informed uncertainties about the effects of treatments             Dyer) 328:187 (N)                                                       (E)
   328:475 (E), 328:1018 (L)                                             — perimacular retinal folds from childhood head trauma (PE          clinical trials see also randomised controlled trials
 — see Blakemore C 328:45                                                  Lantz, et al) (Evidence based case report) 328:754 (C)             — assessing ethics in systematic reviews (MA Weingarten, et al)
 — see Glasziou P 328:39, 328:121                                        — rising complaints (N Koralage) (News feature) BMJ Careers            328:1013 (ED)
Chalmers J                                                                 328:s159 (17 April 2004), s208 (22 May 2004)                       — cancers, satisfaction of uncertainty principle (S Joffe, et al)
 — see McAlister FA 328:1110                                            child abuse, sexual, GMC pornography website cases (C White)            328:1463 (P)
 — see Murphy NF 328:1413                                                     328:973 (N)                                                     — delays in publication of cost utility analyses (D Greenberg, et
Chamberlain ME, see Kariminia A 328:490                                 child development, slow to speak, investigation and manage-             al) 328:1536 (P)
Chamberlain PF, see Boyd PA 328:137                                           ment (JO Busari, et al) 328:272 (C)                             — ethics, researchers’ ancillary responsibilities (L Belsky, et al)
Chambers M                                                              Chimpeni P, see Plowe CV 328:545, 328:1260                              328:1494 (ED)
 — et al, Scottish general practitioners’ willingness to take part in   China see also Asia                                                   — Europe, clinical trials directive (K Woods) 328:240 (E)
   a post-retirement retention scheme: questionnaire survey              — HIV, free testing and treatment (N Koralage) 328:975 (N)           — European Union
   328:329 (PC)                                                          — SARS                                                               — — database criticised for lack of openness (J Burgermeister)
 — see Griffiths C 328:144                                               — — breaks out again (J Parry) 328:1034 (N)                               328:1094 (N)
Chambers R, Helping refugee doctors gain entry into the NHS              — — journalist (J Parry) 328:65 (N)                                  — — scientists urge repeal of rules (R Watson) 328:187 (N),
      BMJ Careers 328:s281 (26 June 2004)                                — soya intake and endometrial cancer risk among Shanghai                  328:522 (L)
Chandra, Rajit Kumar, three journals raise doubts on validity of           women (WH Xu, et al) 328:1285 (P) (correction, 329:85)             — GlaxoSmithKline
      studies (C White) 328:67 (N) (correction, 257), 328:465 (L)       Chinn D, see Wallace A 328:168                                        — — US lawsuit over concealment (O Dyer) 328:1395 (N)
Chandra RK, Validity of Canadian studies 328:465 (L)                    Chinthapalli K, The horse communicator (Profile) BMJ Careers          — — web register (L Gibson) 328:1513 (N)
ChandraBose RB, see Griffiths SJ 328:110                                      328:s146 (10 April 2004)                                        — integrating qualitative research with systematic reviews (J
Chandratre S, see Jacob A 328:1552                                      Chistolini F, see Bassotti G 328:393                                    Thomas, et al) 328:1010 (ED)
Chang JT, et al, Interventions for the prevention of falls in older     chlamydia, screening, doctors demand (R Coombes) 328:1397             — WHO online register (F Fleck) 328:854
      adults: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised               (N)                                                            cloning see also genetics, medical
      clinical trials 328:680 (PC)                                      Chondros P, see Hegarty K 328:621                                     — claim of human reproductive cloning provokes calls for inter-
Channer KS, see Smith D 328:1254                                        Chong Y-S, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:45 (L),          national ban (S Mayor) 328:185 (N)
Chapman B                                                                     328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                        — human cells from cloned embryos in research and therapy (I
 — Double act (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s8 (3 January 2004)             Choong YF, see Goyal S 328:1075                                         Wilmut) 328:415 (E)
 — From finance to medicine to the media (Profile) BMJ Careers          Chopra M, et al, Tobacco and obesity epidemics: not so different      — justified in preventing genetic disease (D Singh) 328:484 (N)
   328:s129 (27 March 2004)                                                   after all? 328:1558 (ED)                                        — Korea, scientists clone 30 human embryos (T Radford)
 — Private practice in the United Kingdom BMJ Careers 328:s15           Choudhari K, Northern Ireland—poetic sectarianism 328:1414              328:421 (N)
   (10 January 2004)                                                    Chow KY, et al, Outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome in      — Panos Zavos, newspapers cannot ignore maverick claims (J
Chapple A                                                                     a tertiary hospital in Singapore, linked to an index patient      Laurance) (The Press) 328:294 (R)
 — et al, Stigma, shame, and blame experienced by patients with               with atypical presentation: epidemiological study 328:195      Clostridium difficile infections, Canada (D Spurgeon) 328:1457
   lung cancer: qualitative study 328:1470 (PC)                               (P)                                                                  (N)
 — see Ziebland S 328:564                                               Chowdhury AMR, see Sadana R 328:826                                  Cluett ER, et al, Randomised controlled trial of labouring in
Charatan F                                                              Christensen H, et al, Delivering interventions for depression by           water compared with standard of augmentation for man-
 — Appeal court upholds Oregon’s assisted suicide law                         using the internet: randomised controlled trial 328:265              agement of dystonia in first stage of labour 328:314 (P),
   328:1337 (N)                                                               (PC), 328:1200 (L)                                                   328:767 (L), 328:768 (L)
 — Drug company raises US price of AIDS drugs five-fold                 Christensen K, et al, Long term follow up study of survival          cluster randomised controlled trials
   328:974 (N)                                                                associated with cleft lip and palate at birth 328:1405 (P)      — extending CONSORT
 — Endpiece                                                             Christie B                                                            — — overview (MJ Campbell) 328:654 (E)
 — — The difference 328:1544                                             — Pregnant women should have two scans, Scottish agency says         — — extension (MK Campbell, et al) 328:702 (ED)
 — — The doctor within 328:1426                                            328:424 (N)                                                       Clyne, Jeffrey Robert, Obituary (JM Walker) 328:1205
 — — The end of the party 328:1416                                       — Report shows sex differences in teenage health behaviour          Coakes RL, see Goyal S 328:1075
 — — Growing old 328:1039                                                  328:1395 (N)                                                      Coats T, see Griffiths C 328:144
 — — Illness 328:1006                                                    — Reports recommend shorter training for hospital doctors           cocaine, amphetamine combination. Q&A (EM Sobic, et al)
 — — Life 328:672                                                          and longer training for GPs in Scotland 328:1456 (N)                    328:1365
 — — Life according to Wilde 328:206                                     — Scottish doctors will have to register financial links to drug    cochlear implantation, prognosis (RT Ramsden) 328:419 (E)
 — — No health foods 328:271                                               companies 328:69 (N)                                              Cochrane A, Effectiveness and Efficiency: Random Reflections on
 — — The truth about exercise 328:1315                                  Christmas, quiz answers 328:459                                            Health Services (Books) 328:529 (R)
 — — Worse for the fish 328:1371                                        chronic disease                                                      Cochrane Library
 — Judge finds Governor Bush’s law to be unconstitutional                — care (EH Wagner) 328:177 (E)                                       — drug industry sponsorship
   328:1154 (N)                                                          — coordination needed between primary and secondary care (S          — — commercial funding limits proposed (J Lenzer) 328:366
 — Merchants of Immortality (Books) 328:715 (R)                            Mayor) 328:1396 (N)                                                     (N)
 — Protecting America’s Health (Books) 328:1080 (R)                      — management, rethinking (R Lewis, et al) 328:220 (ED)               — — new policy tightens limits (J Lenzer) 328:976 (N)
 — US doctors debate refusing treatment to malpractice lawyers           — US, end of life care in highly respected hospitals (JE Wen-       coeliac disease
   328:1518 (N)                                                            nberg, et al) 328:607 (P), 328:1201 (L), 328:1202 (L)              — children, undiagnosed at seven (PJ Bingley, et al) 328:322 (P)
 — Widespread flu in the United States exposes shortage of              chronic fatigue syndrome                                              — myth buster. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:868
   vaccine 328:8 (N)                                                     — bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:399                                  — schizophrenia and: Denmark (WW Eaton, et al) 328:438 (P)
Chard, Tim, Obituary (G Grudzinskas) 328:232                             — GP perceptions and beliefs compared with irritable bowel             (correction, 563), 328:1017 (L)
Charles AR, South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:838 (L)            syndrome (R Raine, et al) 328:1354 (PC)                           Coffin, Frank, Obituary (D Winstock) 328:1502
Charles Bonnet syndrome, elderly and visual hallucinations (A           chronic myelogenous leukaemia, online discussion lists (JD Ra-       cognition
      Jacob, et al) (Lesson of the week) 328:1552 (C)                         mos, et al) (Infopoints) 328:1177 (IP)                          — childhood ability and decline in mid-life (M Richards, et al)
Charles, Laurence Justin, Obituary (PK Charles) 328:771                 chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases, guidelines aim to im-           328:552 (P)
Charlett A, see Purcell B 328:1339                                            prove management (S Mayor) 328:1336 (N)                         — elderly, long term cognitive dysfunction after non-cardiac
Charlton JS, Health risks of overseas travel 328:465 (L)                Chryssafidou E, et al, South Asian health: what is to be done?          surgery (A Selwood, et al) 328:120 (E)
Charlwood JD, Roll Back Malaria: a failing global health chal-                328:839 (L)                                                     — radiation exposure in infancy and cognitive function in adult-
      lenge 328:1378                                                    cigarettes see tobacco                                                  hood: Sweden (P Hall, et al) 328:19 (P), 328:581 (L), 328:582
Charman S, see Goldstone AR 328:379                                     circumcision, excessive removal of foreskin (M Yadav) (Minerva)         (L)
Chatellier G, see Marre M 328:495                                             328:592 (R)                                                     — type 2 diabetes and cognitive decline in elderly women (G
Chaudhry S                                                              circumcision, female                                                    Logroscino, et al) 328:548 (P)
 — Working to end female genital mutilation BMJ Careers                  — symbolic alternative proposed by doctor (F Turone) 328:247        cognitive behaviour therapy
   328:s125 (27 March 2004)                                                (N)                                                                — brain activity: v. antidepressants (S Mayor) 328:69 (N) (correc-
 — see Schroter S 328:742                                                — working to end (S Chaudhry) BMJ Careers 328:s125 (27                 tion, 396)
Chaudhury P, see Bagchi S BMJ Careers 328:s107                             March 2004)                                                        — hypochondriasis and (S Gottlieb, et al) 328:725 (N)
Chaundhary, Rajendara, wins ’a3815 000 from BMA in race case            Clark DWJ, see Harrison-Woolrych M 328:1416                          Cohn A, Marcus 328:758
      (C Dyer) 328:786 (N)                                              Clark J                                                              Coiera E, Four rules for the reinvention of health care 328:1197
Chavez-Troya O, see Espinosa-Brito A 328:166                             — Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:49 (L)                      (ED)
Cheal C, see Jewels C BMJ Careers 328:s123                               — Polishing the tarnished image of academic medicine 328:604        Coker R, Compulsory screening of immigrants for tuberculosis
Chechnya                                                                   (N)                                                                     and HIV 328:298 (E), 328:897 (L)
 — Khassan Baiev (I Vlad) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s158 (17             — World Bank conference debates how to reach the poor               colchicine, acute gout 328:288 (L), 328:289 (L)
   April 2004), s209 (22 May 2004)                                         328:486 (N)                                                       Coleman T
 — The Oath: A Surgeon Under Fire (Baiev) (Books) 328:354 (R)            — et al, Dr Foster case notes 328:362 (E)                            — ABC of smoking cessation
Cheetham, Christopher, paediatrician cleared (C Dyer)                   Clark, Malcolm “Callum” Walker, Obituary (D Clark, et al)             — — Cessation interventions in routine health care 328:631 (C)
      328:1035 (N)                                                            328:1570                                                        — — Special groups of smokers 328:575 (C)
Chelvarajah R, Brain surgery...not rocket science BMJ Careers           Clark, Sally                                                          — — Use of simple advice and behavioural support 328:397 (C)
      328:s95 (6 March 2004)                                             — David Southall misconduct charge over murder claim                 — et al, Nicotine replacement therapy in pregnancy 328:965 (E)
Chen R, et al, Eating more vegetables might explain reduced              — — cleared by GMC but faces new charges (O Dyer) 328:601           Collier J, Let Them Eat Prozac (Books) 328:411 (R)
      asthma symptoms 328:1380 (L)                                            (N)                                                            Colligan D, Alcohol evidence and policy 328:1203 (L)
Chen, Zhong Wei, Obituary (C Richmond) 328:1019                          — — summary (O Dyer) 328:1393 (N)                                   Collignon P, “Drink plenty of fluids” 328:958 (L)



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                         CAR-COL              5
colorectal cancers                                                      — One hospitality worker a week dies from passive smoking,               cruise medicine, career advice (A Duby) BMJ Careers 328:s83
 — fine needle aspiration (MS Metcalfe, et al) (Lesson of the week)       study shows 328:1222 (N)                                                    (28 February 2004)
   328:507 (C)                                                          — Payments for operations will be standardised 328:367 (N)               crying, persistent crying in babies. 10-minute consultation (AR
 — resection, intensive v. conventional follow up: cost-                — Ribbon development 328:589 (R)                                              Gatrad, et al) 328:330 (PC), 328:956 (L)
   effectiveness (V Reich, et al) 328:81 (P)                           Coonar AS, No time to train surgeons 328:1134 (L)                         cryotherapy, blisters after (R Shah, et al) (Minerva) 328:472 (R)
 — screening, advertising campaign on major internet search            Cooper CP, et al, Advertising campaign on a major internet                Cuba see also Central America
   engine (CP Cooper, et al) 328:1179 (IP)                                   search engine to promote colorectal cancer screening                 — US conference ban (L Eaton) 328:914 (N)
Colquitt PJ, Joy of rapid responses 328:645 (L)                              328:1179 (IP)                                                       Cubie, Alex, Obituary (RML Weir) 328:351
Colthart I, see Chambers M 328:329                                     Cooper E, Review of Hear the Silence 328:50 (L)                           Cunningham C, see Pearce N 328:1070
Colvin HP, Polypill debate continues 328:289 (L)                       Cooper NJ, see Minelli C 328:371                                          Cunningham D, see Gibbs JL 328:611
Commission for Health Improvement                                      Copeland J, see Rogers H 328:463                                          curriculum vitae
 — Children’s Voices (C Odigwe) 328:600 (N)                            Cornell J, et al, eds, Problem-Based Learning for Health Improvement:      — growing (EB Turya) BMJ Careers 328:s226 (5 June 2004)
 — methods for inspecting trusts are flawed, says King’s Fund (D             Practical Public Health for Every Professional (Books) 328:113       — personal statement syndrome (T Greenhalgh) (Soundings)
   Singh) 328:542 (N)                                                        (R)                                                                    328:1083 (R)
 — Trust’s mental health services are threadbare (R Dobson)            coronary care units, pacemaker induced ventricular fibrillation            — writing tips for overseas doctors (EB Turya) (Job hunting)
   328:662 (N)                                                               (AA McLeod, et al) 328:1249 (C)                                        BMJ Careers 328:s266 (19 June 2004)
Commission for Patient and Public Involvement, public voice (M         coronary disease see also cardiovascular diseases; myocardial              — writing tips (S McErin) BMJ Careers 328:s225 (5 June 2004)
      Gould) 328:424 (N) (correction, 563)                                   infarction                                                          Currie C, Clinical arithmetic 327:1418 (E) (correction, 328:257)
commissioning, Practice-led Commissioning (D Singh) 328:1396            — clustering of risk factors and social class in childhood and           Currie DG, Reconfiguration of surgical, emergency, and trauma
      (N)                                                                 adulthood (S Ebrahim, et al) 328:861 (correction, 1104) (P)                 services 328:522 (L)
Committee on Safety of Medicines, atypical psychotics and               — Europe, statins, variations and increase: data from administra-        Curtis, Michael, cleared over failure to spot signs of abuse (O
      stroke warning 328:1262 (L)                                         tive databases (T Walley, et al) 328:385 (P) (correction,                   Dyer) 328:186 (N)
committees, (G Dunea) (Soundings) 328:413 (R)                             329:323)
communicable diseases                                                   — hormone replacement therapy and, where are we now? (K
 — atopic dermatitis, sibling effect, and (CS Benn, et al) 328:1223       McPherson) 328:357 (E)                                                                                D
   (P)                                                                  — management has improved (S Mayor) 328:544 (N)
 — new diseases will continue to emerge (D Singh) 328:186 (N)           — physical activity and (GD Batty, et al) 328:1089 (E)                   da Cunha F, A paediatric emergency 328:1419
 — serious. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:1045                          — statins, payment (M Raithatha, et al) 328:400 (ED)                     Dahle UR
 — South-east Asia                                                     coronary syndrome, prolonged antithrombotics do not improve               — Compulsory screening of immigrants for TB and HIV
 — — burden (AKM Zaidi, et al) 328:811 (C)                                   (POEM*) 328 (7 February 2004)                                          328:897 (L)
 — — and cardiovascular diseases: double whammy (B Basnyat, et         coroners                                                                  — Public health programmes: you don’t know what you’ve got
      al) 328:781 (E)                                                   — fatal accident inquiries: how to survive them (J McCulloch, et            till its gone 328:1568 (L)
communication see also doctor-patient relations                           al) BMJ Careers 328:s216 (29 May 2004)                                 — et al, Health risks of overseas travel 328:464 (L)
 — doctors, trust, care and respect in breast cancer (EB Wright, et     — new system requires two people to verify cause of death (C             Dai Q, see Xu WH 328:1285
   al) 328:864 (P), 328:1317 (L), 328:1318 (L), 328:1319 (L)              Dyer) 328:727 (N)                                                      Dalal H, et al, Recent developments in secondary prevention and
 — does your heart go on vacation? (E Rider) 328:890                   Corrah T see Stevens W 328:280                                                   cardiac rehabilitation after acute myocardial infarction
 — door handle sign (J Williams) 328:1187                              Corrall RJM, see Smith JC 328:215                                                328:693 (C)
 — patient monologue and rate of completion in consultations (I        correspondence see letters                                                Dalby K, Adverse incident reporting and significant event audit-
   Rabinowitz, et al) 328:501 (PC) (correction, 1236)                  corticosteroids see steroids                                                     ing: AIR and SEA rescue BMJ Careers 328:s173 (1 May
 — psychology or cytology? (JS Dawson) 328:926                         cortisol, misinterpretation of serum cortisol in hyponatraemia                   2004)
community health care                                                        (JC Smith, et al) 328:215 (C)                                       D’Alessandro U, Extracts from “Clinical Evidence Concise". Severe
 — mental disorders in people who kill strangers (J Shaw, et al)       Cosgrove, Patrick, suspended for undermining patients’ trust in                  life threatening malaria in endemic areas 328:155 (C)
   328:734 (P)                                                               treatment (O Dyer) 328:1516 (N)                                     Dally A, The Trouble with Doctors: Fashions, Motives and Mistakes
 — south-east Asia, development and its impact on health (SMM          Cosgrove PVF, Diagnosis of autism 328:226 (L)                                    (Books) 328:55 (R)
   Hossain, et al) 328:830 (ED)                                        cost effectiveness                                                        Dalmeny K, Parents key to reducing overweight in children
compensation see under negligence                                       — acupuncture for chronic headache in primary care (D Won-                      328:169 (L)
complaints by patients                                                    derling, et al) 328:747 (PC)                                           Dalton, Robert George, Obituary (J Ropner, et al) 328:290
 — child protection complaints against doctors have increased           — laparoscopic hysterectomy v. standard hysterectomy (M Scul-            Daly L, see Kirke PN 328:1535
   fivefold (Z Kmietowicz) 328:601 (N)                                    pher, et al) 328:134 (P)                                               Damera, Anupama, Obituary (A Evans, et al) 328:1442
 — emotional and financial cost of litigation (D Thornton) (The         — resection for colorectal cancer, intensive v. conventional fol-        Dandona L, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:47
   way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s38 (24 January 2004), s148 (10          low up (V Reich, et al) 328:81 (P)                                            (L), 328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)
   April 2004)                                                         cost utility analyses, clinical trials, delays in publication (D Green-   Daniels S, see Soares HP 328:22
 — resolution (A Kilpatrick) BMJ Careers 328:s33 (24 January                 berg, et al) 328:1536 (P)                                           Darby, Brian James, Obituary (H Halliday, et al) 328:352
   2004)                                                               Costa LJ, see del Giglio A 328:24                                         Darnton-Hill I, see Chopra M 328:1558
computers see also handheld computers; information technol-            Costello J, see Jenkins C 328:434, 328:1076                               Darrah, Alexander Coulter, Obituary (R Logan) 328:772
      ogy                                                              Cotton P, et al, What the educators are saying 328:1547 (LP)              Dash P, New providers in UK health care 328:340 (C)
 — doctors’ experience with handheld computers (AS McAlear-            cough                                                                     data collection, staff don’t see point (Z Kmietowicz) 328:786 (N)
   ney, et al) 328:1162 (P), 328:1565 (L)                               — acute, in children (AD Hay, et al) (10-minute consultation)            data protection
 — prescribing safety features of general practice systems: evalu-        328:1062 (PC)                                                          — central Hampshire electronic health record pilot project (T
   ation (B Fernando, et al) 328:1171 (PC), 328:1565 (L),               — injection pain reduction (R Dobson) 328:424 (N)                           Adams, et al) 328:871 (IP), 328:1437 (L), 328:1438 (L)
   328:1566 (L)                                                        Coull AJ, et al, Population based study of early risk of stroke after     — research, informed consent and (J Peto, et al) 328:1029 (E),
 — south-east Asia, technological divide (G Mudur) 328:788 (N)               transient ischaemic attack or minor stroke implications for            328:1437 (L)
conferences, young researcher competition (T Greenhalgh)                     public education and organisation of services 328:326 (PC)          databases, multicentre clinical databases survey (N Black, et al)
      (Soundings) 328:1505 (R)                                         Coull R, Everything you always wanted to know about whistle-                     328:1478 (IP)
confidentiality see also ethics, medical                                     blowing but were afraid to ask BMJ Careers 328:s5 (3                D’Avanzo WC, Prevention of coronary heart disease 328:405 (L)
 — HIV positive witness learns status in courtroom (C Dyer)                  January 2004)                                                       Davey PG, see Donnan PT 328:1297
   328:1334 (N)                                                        Coulter A, Doctors’ communication of trust, care, and respect             Davey Smith G
 — Saddam Hussein, medical examination should not have been                  328:1318 (L)                                                        — see Ebrahim S 328:583
   broadcast 328:51                                                    Council for the Regulation of Healthcare Professionals, watch-            — see Song Y-M 328:324
 — Naomi Campbell case: new model (C Dyer) (The Press)                       dog can overturn GMC acquittals (C Dyer) 328:783 (N)                — see Subramanian SV 328:801, 328:1499
   328:1265 (R)                                                        counselling, volunteer counsellor support for mothers consider-           Davidoff F, Improving peer review: who’s responsible? 328:657
conflict, resolution in workplace (M Griffiths) (Tips on...) BMJ             ing breast feeding (J Graffy, et al) 328:26 (PC), 328:349 (L)              (E)
      Careers 328:s169 (24 April 2004)                                 courses, making most of (AN Morritt, et al) (Tips on...) BMJ              Davies CW, A memorable patient. My first case 328:1477
conflict of interest, type of statement and reader perceptions of            Careers 328:s87 (28 February 2004)                                  Davies E
      credibility (S Schroter, et al) 328:742 (P)                      Cove-Smith, John Rodney, Obituary (J Cove-Smith) 328:1205                 — A memorable patient A nanny’s stamina 328:345
congenital heart disease                                               COX 2 inhibitors, gastrointestinal haemorrhage after: ecological          — Studying for a PhD (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s38 (24
 — monitoring interventions (T Treasure) 328:594 (E)                         study (M Mamdani, et al) 328:1415 (P)                                  January 2004)
 — survival after surgery or therapeutic catheterisation in UK         Cox AR, Colchicine in acute gout 328:288 (L)                              Davies H, A memorable patient. Aggie 328:559
   children (JL Gibbs, et al) 328:611 (P) (correction, 997)            Cox D, see Mohr DC 328:731                                                Davies P
Conley M, see Kirke PN 328:1535                                        Cox, Desiree, (G Yamey) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s37 (24                 — Is the NHS getting better or worse? 328:107 (L)
Connell C, see Young T 328:162                                               January 2004)                                                       — et al, Vaccinations against influenza and pneumococcus in
Connell DG, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:47             Craft, Alan, postgraduate medical education and overseas doc-                children with diabetes: telephone questionnaire survey
      (L), 328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                          tors (R MacDonald) (Interview) BMJ Careers 328:s257 (19                328:203 (P)
Connor J, see Wells S 328:857                                                June 2004)                                                          Davies R, see Young T 328:162
Conradi P, see Taylor D 328:404                                        Craft AW, et al, Munchausen syndrome by proxy and sudden                  Davies, Rhys Glyn, Obituary (A Davies) 328:1442
CONSORT Group, see Campbell MK 328:702                                       infant death 328:1309 (ED)                                          Davies, Samuel Howard, Obituary (CA Ludlam) 328:1138
Constable J, Updated quick guide to working in the United              Craig A, Public involvement in health care 328:462 (L)                    Davies SJC, et al, Treatment of anxiety and depressive disorders
      Kingdom BMJ Careers 328:s245 (19 June 2004)                      Craig JC, et al, Treatment of acute pyelonephritis in children                   in patients with cardiovascular disease 328:939 (C)
constipation, biofeedback for pelvic floor dysfunction (G Bas-               328:179 (E), 328:957 (L)                                            Davis, Albert, Obituary (C Davis) 328:467
      sotti, et al) 328:393 (C)                                        Craig N, see Thomson H 328:282                                            Davis M, see Williams B 328:634
consultants see also doctors                                           Craighead IB, Prescription of heroin to treatment resistant               Davison CM, see Patnick J 328:464
 — characteristics of distinction award holders in England and               heroin addicts 328:228 (L)                                          Dawson C, see Griffiths C 328:144
   Wales (TW Lambert, et al) 328:1347 (P)                              Crawley FP, New European clinical trials directive 328:522 (L)            Dawson JS, Is Dad mad, doctor? 328:926
 — contract, Auchendreich diary (C Douglas) (Soundings)                Crawley, Francis Exton, Obituary (E MacLeod, et al) 328:467               De Geest S, see Young J 328:15
   328:355 (R)                                                         creativity, prevention is better than cure (I Loefler) (Soundings)        de Graaf L, see van Puijenbroek E 328:1353
 — letters, views on (B Campbell, et al) 328:1060 (PC)                       328:115 (R), 328:350 (L)                                            de Leval MR, Facing up to surgical deaths 328:361 (E)
 — New Consultant Entry Scheme (R MacDonald) (News fea-                Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, treatment, trials’ protocol agreement          de Lobinière, Henry, facial surgery centre (Z Kmietowicz)
   ture) BMJ Careers 328:s39 (24 January 2004)                               (O Dyer) 328:603 (N)                                                       328:1396 (N)
 — several grades? (R Hayward) (Personal view) 328:651 (R)             Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, variant                                        de Paepe P, see Unger J-P 328:1497
 — ward round preparations (F Mohammed) (Tips on...) BMJ                — incidence, higher numbers than previously predicted could              de Roberto G, see Bassotti G 328:393
   Careers 328:s18 (10 January 2004)                                      be incubating vCJD (Z Kmietowicz) 328:1279 (N)                         De Rosa M, see Clavenna A 328:711
consultations see also referrals                                        — recipients of blood products “at vCJD risk” (SM Bird) 328:118          de Sarasqueta AM, see Michel P 328:199
 — influenza epidemic. A memorable consultation (DDR Wil-                 (E)                                                                    de Souza AC, see Chikwe J 328:418
   liams) 328:551                                                      cricket, India v. Pakistan: analysis of results (K Abbasi, et al)         de Valk HW, see Evers IM 328:915
 — leaflets: effect in empowering patients (P Little, et al) 328:441         328:800 (P), 328:1500 (L)                                           de Vries CS, see Murray ML 328:524
   (PC)                                                                critical care, mailing list: growth of online forum (AL DeWitt, et        de Wet C, see Reed LJ 328:228
 — patients’ expectations (N Britten) 328:416 (E)                            al) 328:1180 (IP)                                                   de Winter P, see Sculpher M 328:382
 — patient’s monologue and rate of completion in (I Rabinowitz,        Croft MD, Long term mortality after starvation during the Len-            deafness, makes you depressed. Endpiece (S Barley) 328:1132
   et al) 328:501 (PC) (correction, 1236)                                    ingrad siege 328:346 (L)                                            Dearlove OR, Suspension of doctors 328:709 (L)
 — three memorable consultations (S Potter) 328:998                    Croft P, Constructing RSI (Books) 328:354 (R)                             death see also bereavement; palliative care
Conteh, Aniru, Obituary (N Mellor) 328:1078                            Croft RP, see Smith WCS 328:1459                                          — my first case (CW Davies) 328:1477
contraceptives, postcoital, US, counter status rejected (JH Tanne)     Crome P, Forever Young (Books) 328:1504 (R)                               — perfect death (C Katona) 328:202
      328:1219 (N) (correction, 329:148)                               Crosby D, Ward rounds ain’t what they used to be 328:402                  — perspectives on death: exhibition (C White) 328:911 (N) (cor-
Cooke GA, Prevention of coronary heart disease 328:405 (L)             Cross E, see Goodacre S 328:254                                              rection, 1412)
Coomarasamy A, see Chryssafidou E 328:839                              Cross P                                                                   death certificates
Coombes C, see Palmieri C 328:1439                                      — Keeping up the tradition (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s68 (14             — completion (AN Morritt, et al) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers
Coombes R                                                                 February 2004)                                                            328:s217 (29 May 2004)
 — All hospital bookings to be done electronically by end of            — NHS Professionals: what’s it all about? BMJ Careers                    — two people to verify cause of death (C Dyer) 328:727 (N)
   2005: 328:1157 (N)                                                     328:s239 (12 June 2004)                                                decision making, clinical behaviour changes by making guide-
 — Doctors demand national screening for chlamydia 328:1397             — Refugee medicine in the United Kingdom BMJ Careers                            lines specific (S Michie, et al) 328:343 (ED)
   (N)                                                                    328:s283 (26 June 2004)                                                Deeming C, et al, Choice and equity: lessons from long term care
 — GPs worried about having to change to new untested software          — see Dosani S BMJ Careers 328:s155, s177, s195, s207, s218,                    328:1389 (E)
   systems 328:1157 (N)                                                   s228, s237, s253, s260                                                 deep vein thrombosis, bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:938
 — The new tobacco? (Ads) 328:1572 (R)                                 Crossley B, see Banks E 328:1291                                          deferiprone, thalassaemia major (J Savulescu) 328:358 (E)



6    COL-DEF                                                                                                                                                                        January−June 2004
defibrillators, implantable cardiac defibrillator, heart failure ben-   — US, WHO’s attempts to improve diet rejected (O Dyer)                 Donaldson N, see Kalra L 328:1099
      efits (JH Tanne) 328:664 (N)                                         328:185 (N)                                                         Doney ASF, see Ray S 328:896
Dehue T, Prescription of heroin to treatment resistant heroin           dietary supplements, US, “dirty dozen” (JH Tanne) 328:975 (N)          Doniach, Deborah, Obituary (C Richmond) 328:351
      addicts 328:228 (L)                                               Dimoliatis I, Should reviewers of papers have their names pub-         Donker D, see Helmerhorst FM 328:261
del Giglio A, et al, Bad reporting does not mean bad methods for              lished? (Personal view) 328:1267 (R)                             Donnan PT, et al, Presence of bacteriuria caused by trimetho-
      randomised trials: observational study of randomised con-         Din JN, et al, Science, medicine and the future. Omega 3 fatty acids         prim resistant bacteria in patients prescribed antibiotics:
      trolled trials performed by Radiation Therapy Oncology                  and cardiovascular disease—fishing for a natural treatment             multilevel model with practice and individual patient data
      Group. Commentary: The quality of randomised control-                   328:30 (C), 328:406 (L)                                                328:1297 (IP)
      led trials may be better than assumed 328:24 (P), 328:286         directly observed treatment, tuberculosis, MsF criticises policy (G    Donnez J, et al, Results of eVALuate study of hysterectomy
      (L)                                                                     Mudur) 328:784 (N)                                                     techniques 328:643 (L)
Del Mar CB                                                              disabled people                                                        Donovan C, et al, Difficult Consultations with Adolescents (Books)
— see Doust J 328:474                                                   — London hospital to face High Court for allegedly refusing to               328:1443 (R)
— see Guppy MPB 328:499, 328:958                                           resuscitate disabled girl (C Dyer) 328:125 (N)                      Donovan JL, see Harvey RF 328:1417
Delamothe T                                                             — stroke survivors                                                     Doran M, et al, Lesson of the week. Toxicity after intermittent
— et al, Open access publishing takes off 328:1 (E)                     — — overview (GJ Hankey) 328:1085 (E)                                        inhalation of nitrous oxide for analgesia 328:1364 (C)
— see Jadad AR 328:1143                                                 — — training: economic evaluation (A Patel, et al) 328:1102 (P)        Doran T, et al, Is there a north-south divide in social class
Delaney B, et al, Eradicating H pylori 328:1388 (E)                     — — training randomised controlled trial (L Kalra, et al)                    inequalities in health in Great Britain? Cross sectional
Delaney JAC, see Entminan M 328:558                                           328:1099 (P)                                                           study using data from the 2001 census 328:1043 (P)
Delva MD, see Birtwhistle RV 328:204, 328:641                           — students who want to enter medicine (R MacDonald) (News              Dorling D
Demmink JH, see Bjordal JM 328:897                                         feature) BMJ Careers 328:s109 (13 March 2004)                       — Top up fees and medicine 328:712 (L)
Dempsey, Mrs, et al, Interactive case report. A 66 year old woman       disaccharides, hepatic encephalopathy, systematic review (B Als-       — see Seyan K 328:1545
      with breathlessness: case outcome. Commentary: Patient’s                Nielsen, et al) 328:1046 (P)                                     Dormandy T, Moments of Truth: Four Creators of Modern Medicine
      view 328:944 (C)                                                  disasters, dead bodies do not pose health risk (S Gottlieb)                  (Books) 328:1443 (R)
Dening TR, Lithium and motor vehicle crashes 328:895 (L)                      328:1336 (N)                                                     Dorrian F, The Scottish refugee and asylum seekers doctors
Denmark see also Europe                                                 discrete choice experiments                                                  programme BMJ Careers 328:s280 (26 June 2004)
— cleft lip, survival analysis (K Christensen, et al) 328:1405 (P)      — NICE and (M Ryan) 328:360 (E)                                        Dorward M, see Little P 328:441, 328:444, 328:1054
Department of Health                                                    — prostate cancer management (M Sculpher, et al) 328:382 (P)           Dosani S
— Making Amends 328:407 (L)                                             discussion lists, chronic myelogenous leukaemia (JD Ramos, et          — Caring for Lesbian and Gay People (Books) 328:469 (R)
— NHS Standards for Better Health (Z Kmietowicz) 328:363 (N)                  al) (Infopoints) 328:1177 (IP)                                   — Sexual Orientation in Child and Adolescent Health Care (Books)
— Securing Good Health for the Whole Population (M Gould)               dislocations, reduction immediately after accident. One hundred           328:469 (R)
   328:10 (N)                                                                 years ago 328:1113                                               — The Nature of Panic (Art) 328:410 (R)
depression see also antidepressants                                     dissociative identity disorder, May 33rd (A Panja) (TV) 328:1082       — et al
— abuse by partners of women attending general practice (K                    (R)                                                              — — How to pass the FRCA BMJ Careers 328:s218 (29 May
   Hegarty, et al) 328:621 (PC)                                         distinction awards, characteristics of consultant holders in Eng-            2004)
— adolescence, treatment (P Ramchandani, et al) 328:3 (E),                    land and Wales (TW Lambert, et al) 328:1347 (P)                  — — How to pass the MRCGP BMJ Careers 328:s195 (15 May
   328:524 (L), 328:525 (L), 328:711 (L)                                diving, medical referee (A Arasu) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers                   2004) (correction 328:1486)
— cardiovascular diseases and (SJC Davies, et al) 328:939 (C)                 328:s186 (8 May 2004)                                            — — How to pass the MRCOG BMJ Careers 328:s228 (5 June
— homeless families (T Villanueva) 328:1396 (N)                         Dix FP, see Simon DA 328:1358                                                2004)
— internet, interventions delivery (H Christensen, et al) 328:265       Dixon J                                                                — — How to pass the MRCP BMJ Careers 328:s155 (17 April
   (PC), 328:1200 (L)                                                   — Payment by results—new financial flows in the NHS 328:969                  2004)
— nanny’s stamina. A memorable patient (E Davies) 328:345                  (E)                                                                 — — How to pass MRCPath BMJ Careers 328:s237 (12 June
— Pakistan, risk factors (I Mirza, et al) 328:794 (P)                   — et al, Can the NHS learn from US managed care organisa-                    2004)
Derbyshire SWG                                                             tions? 328:223 (ED)                                                 — — How to pass MRCPCH and DCH BMJ Careers 328:s177
— Abortion, Motherhood, and Mental Health (Books) 328:1022 (R)          — see Florin D 328:159                                                       (1 May 2004)
— Cellular Phones, Public Fears, and a Culture of Precaution (Books)    — see Lewis R 328:220                                                  — — How to pass the MRCPsych BMJ Careers 328:s207 (22
   328:292 (R)                                                          — see Thomas I 328:451                                                       May 2004)
dermatitis, atopic, sibling effect, infectious diseases, and (CS        Dixon M, see Light D 328:763                                           — — How to pass the MRCS BMJ Careers 328:s165 (24 April
      Benn, et al) 328:1223 (P)                                         Dixon S, see Goodacre S 328:254                                              2004)
Derry S, see Mason L 328:991, 328:995                                   Dixon T, et al, Hospital admissions, age, and death: retrospective     — — How to pass PLAB BMJ Careers 328:s260 (19 June 2004)
Desapriya EBR                                                                 cohort study 328:1288 (P)                                        — — Making the decision to come to the United Kingdom (Tips
— Alcohol limit for drink driving should be much lower 328:895          Djulbegovic B                                                                on...) BMJ Careers 328:s253 (19 June 2004)
   (L) (correction, 1284)                                               — Well informed uncertainties about the effects of treatment           Doshi J, Medical trivia 328:679
— South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:838 (L)                      328:1018 (L)                                                        Double DB
de’Silva H, see Bhutta ZA 328:816                                       — see Soares HP 328:22                                                 — Nature and Narrative (Books) 328:113 (R)
deSilva HJ, see Zaidi AKM 328:811                                       Dobson R                                                               — Suspension of doctors 328:709 (L)
developing countries see also global health                             — Coughing can reduce pain of injection, study shows 328:424           Douglas C
— AIDS, partner reduction (D Wilson) 328:848 (E)                           (N)                                                                 — A day in the country (Soundings) 328:1573 (R)
— cardiovascular diseases, threat (S Mayor) 328:1032 (N)                — Half of UK patients taking drugs for epilepsy continue to have       — Dear diary (Soundings) 328:355 (R)
— drugs, World Trade Organization deal 328:349 (L)                         seizures 328:68 (N)                                                 — Fast forward? (Soundings) 328:775 (R)
— education, retired academics as teachers (S Pincock) 328:602          — Leading scientist threatens to resign over honours debacle           — Hello again (Soundings) 328:1267 (R)
   (N)                                                                     328:7 (N)                                                           Douglas RM, see Murshed R 328:493
— health care improvement: lessons from (DM Berwick)                    — Medical students with good science A levels less likely to drop      Dougliss C, Q&A. Face masks in operating theatres 328:1481
   328:1124 (ED) (correction, 1301)                                        out 328:1221 (N)                                                    Doust J, et al, Why do doctors use treatments that do not work?
— healthcare challenges: post-immigration refugee medicine              — Mental illness should be recognised as a disability 328:1337               328:474 (E) (correction, 1066), 328:1015 (L), 328:1016 (L)
   (KM Adams, et al) 328:1548 (C)                                          (N)                                                                 Dove, John Roger, Obituary (M Collinson) 328:1079
— HINARI, bridging global information divide (V Katikireddi)            — New cases of acute childhood asthma decline 328:542 (N)              Dowell J, see Hussey S 328:88
   328:1190 (ED)                                                        — Photo diagnosis can cut waiting times for dermatology                Down syndrome
— India, unqualified practitioners (S Kumar) 328:975 (N)                   328:367 (N)                                                         — Netherlands, screening row (T Sheldon) 328:1456 (N)
— infant development, effect of maternal mental health on               — Staff may be disciplined over “fiddling” their waiting lists         — neural tube defects and, population and familial survey (MR
   infant growth (V Patel, et al) 328:820 (ED)                             328:1220 (N)                                                           Amorim, et al) 328:84 (P)
— maternal mortality, leading cause of death in girls (S Mayor)         — Stroke prevention opportunities are being lost, study shows          Downey P, see Duncan R BMJ Careers 328:s193
   328:1152 (N)                                                            328:975 (N)                                                         downsizing, on internet (T Jackson) (Website of the week) 328:590
— practising just medicine in unjust world 328:47 (L), 328:49           — Survey highlights health risks of overseas travel 328:7 (N),               (R)
   (L), 328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                           328:464 (L), 328:465 (L)                                            Downward J, Science, medicine, and the future. RNA interference
— research, author representation in countries with different           — Thyroid cancer has increased 12-fold in women since Cher-                  328:1245 (C)
   human development indexes (J Keiser, et al) 328:1229 (P)                nobyl 328:1394 (N)                                                  Dowrick C, see Ring A 328:1057
— road traffic accidents, research on prevention needed                 — Trust’s mental health services are threadbare, says CHI              Doyle J, see Waters E 328:585
   328:895 (L)                                                             328:662 (N)                                                         Dr Foster’s case notes
— water supply, lags behind (F Fleck) 328:972 (N)                       — Urgent action is needed to tackle smoking in armed forces            — overview (J Clark) 328:362 (E)
Devendra D, et al, Type 1 diabetes: recent developments 328:750            328:125 (N)                                                         — Acute stroke units and early CT scans are linked to lower
      (C)                                                               doctor-patient relations see also communication; patient partici-         in-hospital mortality rates 328:369
Dewhurst J                                                                    pation                                                           — Discharge destination for elderly: UK/US 328:605
— The evidence base: rock of certainty or shifting sands? (Per-         — how (not) to be a good patient (DK Sokol) (Personal view)            — Hip fracture guidance 328:1097, 328:1568 (L)
   sonal view) 328:963 (R), 328:1203 (L)                                   328:471 (R)                                                         — Social class and elective caesareans in the English NHS
— Listen to grandmother 328:1436                                        — price of presumption. A memorable patient (A Byron) 328:21              328:1399
DeWitt AL, et al, Critical care medicine mailing list: growth of an     — pride comes... (H Tunstall-Pedoe) 328:460                            — Trends in admissions and deaths in English NHS hospitals
      online forum 328:1180 (IP)                                        — time’s up. Endpiece (I Bamforth) 328:990                                328:855
Dhikav V, More on treating homosexuality as a sickness                  — ward rounds ain’t what they used to be (D Crosby) 328:402            Drahos P, et al, The free trade agreement between Australia and
      328:1261 (L)                                                      doctors see also consultants; general practitioners; junior doctors;         the United States 328:1271 (E)
Dhillon C, see Bowen-Simpkins P BMJ Careers 328:s56                           overseas doctors; specialist registrars; staff associate spe-    Drever F, see Doran T 328:1043
Dhillon T, see Palmieri C 328:1439                                            cialists                                                         Drew, Alfred John ("Jack"), Obituary (K Stewart) 328:1264
diabetes see also type 1 diabetes; type 2 diabetes                      — Improving Working Lives for Doctors conference (R Mac-               Drife JO
— children                                                                 Donald) (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s59 (7 February              — Bodies (TV) 328:1266 (R)
— — influenza and pneumococcus vaccinations (P Davies, et al)              2004)                                                               — CAMRA shy? (Soundings) 328:1445 (R)
      328:203 (P)                                                       — learning to live in medical household (K Billings) (Personal         — Hank at The Shed (Soundings) 328:471 (R)
— — may be undetected 328:1261 (L)                                         view) 328:235 (R)                                                   — Pedalling up the Amazon (Soundings) 328:1023 (R)
— internet diagnosis by mother (J Bentham, et al) 328:133               — sexual preference disclosure (D Hughes) 328:1211 (E)                 — Student selected caesareans (Soundings) 328:175 (R)
— lipid lowering is crucial (POEM*) 328 (24 January 2003)               — smoking                                                              Drion, Huibert, Obituary (T Sheldon) 328:1204
— mortality, young people admitted to hospital (SR Roberts, et          — — new study insights (M Stampfer) 328:1507 (E)                       driving
   al) 328:741 (P)                                                      — — original 1954 article (R Doll, et al) 328:1529 (P)                 — elderly, in-person licence renewal cuts deaths (JH Tanne)
— patient experience interactive electronic medical record (JD          — tending to be perceived as inherently bad 328:407 (L)                   328:1455 (N)
   Ralston, et al) 328:1159 (P)                                         — treating our own (P Helliwell) (Personal view) 328:1505 (R)          — speed cameras, media survey (N Marks) (The Press) 328:174
— south-east Asia, burden of non-communicable diseases (A               doctors’ role                                                             (R)
   Ghaffar, et al) 328:807 (C), 328:1499 (L)                            — Rebuilding Trust in Healthcare (Harrison, et al, eds) (Books)        drug abuse see also heroin dependence
Diacon A, et al, Pleural malignant mesothelioma after chest drain          328:54 (R)                                                          — schools, random drug testing fails screening criteria 328:641
      (Minerva) 328:116 (R)                                             — social aspect. One hundred years ago 328:18                             (L)
diagnosis                                                               — The Trouble with Doctors: Fashions, Motives and Mistakes (Dally)     — supervised injecting centres (NMJ Wright, et al) 328:100 (ED)
— cardiac chest pain (AL Mahajan) 328:1001                                 (Books) 328:55 (R)                                                  — violent crime and: Swedish population study (M Grann, et al)
— my lousy doctor (ME Gatt) 328:219                                     Doecke CJ, see Jureidini JN 328:879                                       328:1233 (P)
dialysis, GPs may offer to kidney patients under new framework          Doey, William David, Obituary (L Doey) 328:714                         drug hypersensitivity syndrome, teicoplanin and (CM Perrett, et
      (J Bryan) 328:186 (N)                                             Doll R                                                                       al) (Drug points) 328:1292 (P)
Diarra A, see Busza J 328:1369                                          — et al, Mortality in relation to smoking: 50 years’ observations      drug industry
diastolic heart failure, management in older adults. 10-minute             on male British doctors 328:1519 (P)
                                                                        — et al, The mortality of doctors in relation to their smoking         — advertising
      consultation (A Ahmed) 328:1114 (PC), 328:1378 (L),                                                                                      — — AstraZeneca digs in over criticisms (B Burton) 328:1035
      328:1379 (L)                                                         habits a preliminary report (original 1954 article) 328:1529
                                                                           (P)                                                                       (N)
Dickey RA, see Stusser RJ 328:1209                                                                                                             — — journal rejects article after marketing department objec-
                                                                        domestic violence see also violence
Dickinson C, see Scoote M BMJ Careers 328:s205                          — general practice                                                           tions (O Dyer) 328:244 (N)
Dickson, Niall, interview with (G Watts) 328:309 (N)                    — — overview: intimate partner violence (LE Ferris) 328:595 (E)        — — No Free Lunch (U Tayal) BMJ Careers 328:s199 (15 May
diet                                                                          (correction, 997)                                                      2004)
— blood pressure, dietary advice for single high reading in             — — depression and abuse by partners of women attending                — — only 6% of material is supported by evidence (A Tuffs)
   primary care (P Little, et al) 328:1054 (PC)                               general practice (K Hegarty, et al) 328:621 (PC)                       328:485 (N)
— Horizon: The Atkins Diet (N Koralage) (TV) 328:234 (R)                — — treatment of whole family (A Taft, et al) 328:618 (PC)             — — Pfizer guilty plea but gabapentin sales increase (J Lenzer)
— on internet (V Katikireddi) (Website of the week) 328:234 (R)         — on internet (C Odigwe) (Website of the week) 328:649 (R)                   328:1217 (N)



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                           DEF-DRU            7
— Australia, pricing scheme under pressure in free trade talks (B     — Secret smoking documents finally to go on the web 328:1335           — et al, Hospital bed utilisation in the NHS and Kaiser Perma-
   Burton) 328:247 (N)                                                   (N)                                                                   nente 328:583 (L)
— Cochrane Library sponsorship                                        — Shortage of sperm donors predicted when anonymity goes               — see Dixon T 328:1288
— — commercial funding limits proposed (J Lenzer) 328:366                328:244 (N)                                                         — see Pound P 328:514
      (N)                                                             — Surgeons wins ’a3815 000 from BMA in race case 328:786               — see Song Y-M 328:324
— — new policy tightens limits (J Lenzer) 328:976 (N)                    (N)                                                                Eccles R, et al, “Drink plenty of fluids” 328:957 (L)
— developing countries: World Trade Organization deal                 — Suspended consultant is reinstated 328:187 (N)                      echocardiography, portable (H Ashrafian, et al) 328:300 (E)
   328:349 (L)                                                        — Thousands of families to sue over retained organs 328:184           eclampsia drills, clinical risk management (S Thompson, et al)
— Germany, bribes probes (J Burgermeister) 328:1333 (N)                  (N) (correction, 384), 328:642 (L)                                       328:269 (Q) (correction, 762)
— India, marketing (CM Gulhati) 328:778 (E)                           — Whistleblower vows to fight on 328:187 (N)                          economics, medical
— Merck Sharp & Dohme sues Spanish bulletin over fraud                Dyer O                                                                 — ABC of smoking cessation (S Parrott, et al) 328:947 (C)
   claim (L Gibson) 328:188 (N)                                       — Another HRT trial is stopped early 328:305 (N)                       — chest pain observation unit compared with routine care (S
— Netherlands, lay media and prescriptions of terbinafine in          — BMA settles in race discrimination cases 328:1154 (N)                  Goodacre, et al) 328:254 (P)
   primary care (GW Jong, et al) 328:931 (PC)                         — BMJ Publishing Group sells its books department 328:854              — cost utility analyses, delays in publication (D Greenberg, et al)
— New Zealand, moves to ban direct advertising (B Burton)                (N)                                                                   328:1536 (P)
   328:68 (N)                                                         — Bush accused of blocking access to cheap AIDS drugs                  — NHS “payment by results” policy (J Dixon) 328:969 (E)
— pharmacogenomic strategies, criteria influencing clinical up-          328:783 (N)                                                         — reimbursement restriction of nebulised respiratory therapy in
   take (J Shah) (Recent developments) 328:1482 (C)                   — Doctor accused of misrepresenting evidence in child abuse              adults (S Schneeweiss, et al) 328:560 (PC)
— research, rapid grasp of fundamentals (AJ Vickers) 328:1290            cases 328:187 (N)                                                  eczema, children, trends in prevalence of symptoms in British
— Scotland, doctors will have to register financial links (B Chris-   — Doctor charged with misconduct over murder claim                          Isles (HR Anderson, et al) 328:1052 (P), 328:1380 (L)
   tie) 328:69 (N)                                                       328:1393 (N)                                                       Eddleston M, et al, Self poisoning with pesticides 328:42 (ED)
— US                                                                  — Doctors reluctant to work on child protection committees,           Edhi, Abdul Sattar, interview (K Ahmad) 328:790 (N)
— — 11% spending increase in 2003 (R Moynihan) 328:727 (N)               survey shows 328:307 (N), 328:767 (L)                              Edington, Francis Cameron, Obituary (HC Barr) 328:1020
— — comparative drug study budget (C Marwick) 328:603 (N)             — Doctors suspended for removing wrong kidney 328:246 (N)             education, effect on poor in manufacturing districts. Endpiece (JH
— — junior doctors’ ignorance of tactics (D Spurgeon)                 — Ethnic minority groups criticise US report on healthcare                  Baron) 328:994
      328:1032 (N)                                                       disparities 328:308 (N)                                            education, medical see also examinations; schools, medical; teach-
— — UN warning of internet drugs (J Burgermeister) 328:603            — Five cases of child murder to be reopened 328:1154 (N)                    ing
      (N)                                                             — Follow up for childhood cancer survivors needs clarification         — clinical fellow (T Wong, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s77 (21
— Wyeth, guilty of paying to boost specific medicine use (Z              328:365 (N)                                                           February 2004), s148 (10 April 2004)
   Kmietowicz) 328:1515 (N)                                           — GlaxoSmithKline faces US lawsuit over concealment of trial           — general practice, to improve delivery systems for prevention
Drug points                                                              results 328:1395 (N)                                                  in primary care (PA Margolis, et al) 328:388 (PC)
— Guillain-Barré syndrome seen in users of isotretinoin (J            — GMC finds paediatrician guilty of abusing his position               — postgraduate, PMETB, view from top (R MacDonald) BMJ
   Pritchard, et al) 328:1537                                            328:1455 (N)                                                          Careers 328:s103 (13 March 2004)
— Nose bleeds associated with use of risperidone (M Harrison-         — GMC regrets failure to act on police warning about gynae-            — surgery, no time to train the surgeons (J Chikwe, et al) 328:418
   Woolrych, et al) 328:1416 (P)                                         cologist 328:1035 (N)                                                 (E), 328:1133 (L), 328:1134 (L)
— Rash and acute nephritic syndrome due to candesartan (A             — Government figures show rapid increase in NHS staff                  — What the educators are saying 328:210 (LP) (correction, 762),
   Morton, et al) 328:25                                                 328:729 (N)                                                           328:692 (LP), 328:1244 (LP), 328:1547 (LP)
— Slipped capital femoral epiphyses associated with the with-         — Israeli army accused of obstructing medical access to civilians     education, medical, continuing
   drawal of a gonadotrophin releasing hormone (E van Puijen-            328:1278 (N)                                                        — European/US standards (A Harding) 328:1279 (N)
   broek, et al) 328:1353 (P)                                         — Journal rejects article after objections from marketing depart-      — heart attack care (JH Tanne) 328:664 (N), 328:1077 (L)
— Teicoplanin induced drug hypersensitivity syndrome (CM                 ment 328:244 (N)                                                    — need for needs assessment (GR Norman, et al) 328:999 (LP)
   Perrett, et al) 328:1292 (P)                                       — Meadow faces GMC over evidence given in child death cases           education, medical, postgraduate
drug regulation                                                          328:9 (N (correction, 209)                                          — cardiothoracic surgery, UK training (Z Khalpey, et al) BMJ
— stifling development of new drugs (Z Kmietowicz) 328:600            — NHS meets financial targets, but some trusts could do better           Careers 328:s3 (3 January 2004), BMJ Careers 328:s118 (20
   (N)                                                                   328:1094 (N)                                                          March 2004)
— synthesising licensing data to assess drug safety (K McPher-        — One million people die on world’s roads every year 328:851           — Modernising Medical Careers, doctors’ opinions (R MacDon-
   son, et al) 328:518                                                   (N)                                                                   ald) (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s139 (3 April 2004)
drugs see also generic drugs; prescriptions, drug                     — Pathologist cleared over failure to spot signs of abuse 328:186      — overseas doctors and (R MacDonald) (Interview) BMJ Ca-
— children need international formulary 328:227 (L), 328:525             (N)                                                                   reers 328:s257 (19 June 2004)
   (L)                                                                — Psychiatrist suspended for undermining patients’ trust in            — PMETB, interviews (R MacDonald) BMJ Careers 328:s223 (5
— patients will able to report side effects (K Williams) 328:1095        treatment 328:1516 (N)                                                June 2004)
   (N)                                                                — Research groups fail to reach agreement on protocol for              — retraining: scary but worth it (C Bulstrode) (The way I see it)
drugs, non-prescription, statins, raises concerns (L Gibson)             treatment trials for CJD 328:603 (N)                                  BMJ Careers 328:s117 (20 March 2004)
      328:1221 (N)                                                    — Seven doctors accused of over-prescribing heroin 328:483             — South Asia (L Mendis, et al) 328:779 (E)
drugs, prescription, electronic (G Watts) 328:1156 (N) (correc-          (N)                                                                 — studying for PhD (E Davies) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s38
      tion, 329:85)                                                   — Shipman found dead in prison cell 328:123 (N)                          (24 January 2004)
D’Souza C, see Sadana R 328:826                                       — Southall is cleared by GMC but faces new charges 328:601            education, medical, undergraduate
DuBois D, see Roberts H 328:512                                          (N)                                                                 — acute medicine initiative (R MacDonald) (News feature) BMJ
Duby A, Cruise medicine BMJ Careers 328:s83 (28 February              — United States wins more time to lobby against WHO diet plan            Careers 328:s29 (17 January 2004)
      2004)                                                              328:245 (N)                                                         — death of teaching autopsy 328:165 (L), 328:166 (L), 328:167
ductal carcinoma in situ, US, variation (JH Tanne) 328:785 (N)        — US government rejects WHO’s attempts to improve diet                   (L), 328:406 (L)
Dudley N, Suspension of doctors 328:709 (L)                              328:185 (N)                                                         — exam performance of students learning in community set-
Duerden MG                                                            — US societies to defy ban on editing articles from embargoed            tings (P Worley, et al) 328:207 (LP)
— Secondary prevention for stroke and transient ischaemic                countries 328:543 (N), 328:898 (L)                                  — fee changes may deter poor students (S Mayor) 328:128 (N),
   attacks 328:896 (L)                                                — US universities threaten to cancel subscriptions to Elsevier           328:712 (L)
— et al, Timing of simvastatin treatment 328:168 (L)                     journals 328:543 (N)                                                — obstetrics, gender gap in experience and performance (J
Dumelow C, see Ziebland S 328:564                                     dyspareunia, 10-minute consultation (L Ryan, et al) 328:1357 (PC)        Higham, et al) 328:142 (P)
Dumville JC, see Torgerson DJ 328:710                                 dyspnoea, BNP improves outcomes (POEM*) 328 (29 May                    — student selected caesareans (JO Drife) (Soundings) 328:175
Duncan R, et al, Foundation programmes in general practice                  2004)                                                              (R)
      BMJ Careers 328:s193 (15 May 2004)                              dystocia, water delivery v. standard of augmentation for manage-      Edwards A, see Evans R 328:1240
Duncan RDD, Prejudiced, poignant, pathetic, or publishable?                 ment in first stage of labour (ER Cluett, et al) 328:314 (P),   Edwards JE, see Mason L 328:991, 328:995
      BMJ Careers 328:s119 (20 March 2004)                                  328:767 (L), 328:768 (L)                                        Edwards R
Dunea G                                                               Dzenowagis J, see Kuruvilla S 328:1193                                 — ABC of smoking cessation. The problem of tobacco smoking
— Discontents (Soundings) 328:1209 (R)                                Dziewulski P, see Hettiaratchy S 328:1366, 328:1427                      328:217 (C)
— In committee (Soundings) 328:413 (R)                                Dzinjalamala FK, see Plowe CV 328:545, 328:1260                        — see Kelly SP 328:537
— On covering one’s mouth (when yawning) (Soundings)                                                                                        Edwards SG, see Prime KP 328:524
   328:963 (R)                                                                                                                              Edwards-Brown R, see LeFanu J 328:767
Dunne, Michael, Obituary (M Houston) 328:112                                                          E                                     Egger M, see Yazdanpanah Y 328:249
Duong T, see Gibb DM 328:524                                                                                                                Eggli S, see Müller U 328:934
Dwivedi R, see Kuruvilla S 328:1193                                   Eapen K, see Perel P 328:895                                          eggs, penetrating ocular trauma from exploding microwaved
Dyer C                                                                Earnshaw JJ, et al, Screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms in             egg (S Goyal, et al) 328:1075 (L)
— Bill clarifies gap in law over living wills 328:1516 (N)                  men 328:1122 (ED)                                               Ehrhard I, see Purcell B 328:1339
— Bill will set up court of prosecution for those lacking mental      ears, blocked ears and flying. Q&A 328:708                            Ehrle LH, Ionising radiation in infancy and adult cognitive
   capacity 328:484 (N)                                               Easton G                                                                    function 328:582 (L)
— British Columbia can sue tobacco industry for healthcare            — A chink of light in the academic gloom (News feature) BMJ           Eifell R, see Campbell B 328:1060
   costs 328:1279 (N)                                                    Careers 328:s79 (21 February 2004)                                 Eikelboom JW, see Hankey GJ 328:477
— Court dismisses appeals of two mothers 328:1219 (N)                 — Human Mutants (TV) 328:1383 (R)                                     Eisenbarth GS, see Devendra D 328:750
— Fewer care cases to be reopened than originally thought             — Let me through—I’m a part time general practitioner BMJ             Ekbom A, see Hall P 328:19
   328:482 (N)                                                           Careers 328:s67 (14 February 2004)                                 Ekman P
— GMC faces challenge over withdrawing treatment 328:68 (N)           — Working in the media 1: options for doctors BMJ Careers              — Emotions revealed: gripped by emotion BMJ Careers
— Gulf war syndrome case collapses 328:367 (N)                           328:s127 (27 March 2004)                                              328:s85 (28 February 2004)
— HIV positive witness learns of his status in courtroom              — Working in the media 2: getting a foot in the door BMJ               — et al, Emotions revealed: recognising facial expressions BMJ
   328:1334 (N)                                                          Careers 328:s135 (3 April 2004)                                       Careers 328:s75 (21 February 2004)
— Hospital breached boy’s human rights by treating him                — Working in the media 3: getting your message across BMJ             Ekstrand J, et al, eds, Football Medicine (Books) 328:1384 (R)
   against his mother’s wishes 328:661 (N)                               Careers 328:s144 (10 April 2004), s209 (22 May 2004)               Elbourne DR, see Campbell MK 328:702
— Human Tissue Bill is modified because of research needs             — see MacDonald R BMJ Careers 328:s147 (10 April 2004)                elderly see also ageing; health services for the elderly; long-term
   328:1518 (N)                                                       eating disorders see also anorexia nervosa; obesity                         care
— Judge may report drug company executive to attorney gen-            — psychotherapy, recommendation (Z Kmietowcz) 328:245 (N)              — abuse, Commons report (Z Kmietowicz) 328:971 (N)
   eral 328:243 (N)                                                   Eaton L                                                                — breathless woman (D Lowdon, et al) (Interactive case report)
— Living wills will have to specify treatments that patient is        — Benefit levels must increase to allow healthy living 328:366           328:698 (C), 328:758 (C), 328:944 (C)
   refusing 328:1035 (N)                                                 (N)                                                                 — caring for those who refuse help. A memorable patient (M Jones)
— London hospital to face High Court for allegedly refusing to        — BMJ sponsors photography award for medical image 328:306               328:1546
   resuscitate disabled girl 328:125 (N)                                 (N)                                                                 — choice and responsiveness in “patient centred” NHS (DR
— Mothers suspected of killing their babies might be dealt with       — Cat on a hot tiled wall 328:484 (N)                                    Rowland, et al) 328:4 (E), 328:350 (L)
   outside criminal system 328:425 (N)                                — College proposes better deal for acute medical patients              — discharge destination: UK/US (Dr Foster’s case notes)
— New coroner’s system will require two people verify cause of           328:1091 (N)                                                          328:605
   death 328:727 (N)                                                  — Documenting life at a renal centre 328:544 (N)                       — driving, in-person licence renewal cuts deaths (JH Tanne)
— New council takes GMC to High Court for undue leniency              — The European working time directive: the final countdown               328:1455 (N)
   328:541 (N)                                                           BMJ Careers 328:s229 (5 June 2004)                                  — falls prevention programme
— New watchdog given power to overturn GMC acquittals                                                                                        — — overview (L Gillespie) 328:653 (E)
                                                                      — Robin Cook warns of threat to aid from war against terrorism
   328:783 (N)                                                           328:1154 (N)                                                        — — effectiveness in subacute hospital setting (TP Haines, et al)
— A new model of patient privacy (The Press) 328:1265 (R)                                                                                         328:676 (P)
                                                                      — Smoking habits of ethnic groups lead to higher risk of heart         — — systematic review and meta-analysis (JT Chang, et al)
— Paediatrician cleared of serious professional misconduct               disease 328:1397 (N)                                                     328:680 (PC)
   328:1035 (N)                                                       — UK government announces plan to tackle alcohol 328:659               — health foods. Endpiece (F Charatan) 328:271
— Parents convicted of killing to have their cases reviewed              (N)                                                                 — long term cognitive dysfunction after non-cardiac surgery (A
   328:183 (N)                                                        — US bans doctors from conference in Cuba 328:914 (N)                    Selwood, et al) 328:120 (E)
— Patient challenges GMC guidance on withdrawing treatment            Eaton WW, et al, Coeliac disease and schizophrenia: population         — prescribed wrong drug (JH Tanne) 328:424 (N)
   328:541 (N)                                                              based case control study with linkage of Danish national         — road traffic crashes and lithium use (M Etminan, et al) 328:558
— Payments announced for patients infected with hepatitis C                 registers 328:438 (P) (correction, 563), 328:1017 (L)              (P), 328:895 (L) (correction, 1284), 328:896 (L)
   328:246 (N)                                                        Ebrahim S                                                              — type 2 diabetes and cognitive decline in women (G Logros-
— Pressure mounts for inquiry into MMR furore 328:483 (N)             — et al, Clustering of risk factors and social class in childhood        cino, et al) 328:548 (P)
— Review finds child experts disagreed in 47 cases out of 5000:          and adulthood in British women’s heart and health study:            — visual hallucinations: Charles Bonnet syndrome (A Jacob, et
   328:1517 (N)                                                          cross sectional analysis 328:861 (correction, 1104) (P)               al) (Lesson of the week) 328:1552 (C)



8    DRU-ELD                                                                                                                                                                     January−June 2004
Eldridge S                                                            — hospitals, physician visits, and hospice care in US highly            — Lithuania, disaster for new members? (K Krosnar) 328:310
 — see Graffy J 328:26                                                   respected hospitals (JE Wennberg, et al) 328:607 (P), 328:1201         (N)
 — see Griffiths C 328:144                                               (L), 328:1202 (L)                                                    — public health commissioner, David Byrne interview (R
electrocardiography, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:56 (R)      — (S Gada) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s178 (1 May 2004)                 Watson) 328:1096 (N)
electrocautery, polycystic ovary syndrome, comparison with re-        Enderby, George Edward Hale, Obituary (D Enderby) 328:1263              — recognition of qualifications’ loophole closed (B Watson)
      combinant follicle stimulating hormone (N Bayram, et al)        endometrial cancers, soya food and, Chinese women in Shang-               328:425 (N)
      328:192 (P)                                                           hai (WH Xu, et al) 328:1285 (P) (correction, 329:85)              — "roadmap” for ehealth (R Watson) 328:1155 (N)
electroconvulsive therapy, acme of efficiency (A Gibson)              endoscopy, capsule impacting area of stenosis (G Grammat-               — working time directive
      328:1050                                                              opoulos, et al) (Minerva) 328:776 (R)                             — — final countdown (L Eaton) BMJ Careers 328:s229 (5 June
electronic communication                                              Englesakis M, see Eysenbach G 328:1166                                       2004)
 — BMJ special issue                                                  English B, Sports and exercise medicine BMJ Careers 328:s53 (7          — — hospital at night project (R MacDonald) (News feature)
 — — overview: beyond gadgets (NM Lorenzi) 328:1146 (E)                     February 2004), s148 (10 April 2004)                                   BMJ Careers 328:s19 (10 January 2004)
 — — overview: clinical judgement and electronic learning (DJ         English R, see Banks E 328:1291                                         — — new on-call work category suggested (R Watson) 328:1278
      Klass) 328:1147 (E)                                             enteral nutrition, acute pancreatitis, comparison with parenteral            (N)
 — — overview: evaluation of ehealth systems and services (DH               nutrition (PE Marik, et al) 328:1407 (P)                          — — pressure mounts (T Sheldon) 328:911 (N)
      Gustafson, et al) 328:1150 (E)                                  environment, lesson on sustainable living (D Menon) 328:567            Eustace SJ, et al, Whole body magnetic resonance imaging
 — — overview: first generation of e-patients (T Fergusson, et al)    environmental chemicals, reproductive health and: evidence?                  328:1387 (E)
      328:1148 (E), 328:1564 (L)                                            (RM Sharpe, et al) 328:447 (C)                                   euthanasia see also ethics, medical; suicide, assisted
 — — overview: information technology national programme (M           epidemics, obesity v. tobacco (M Chopra, et al) 328:1558 (ED)           — France, cases referred to police (B Spurgeon) 328:1221 (N)
      Humber) 328:1145 (E)                                            epidemiology, representativeness of general practice list samples       — Netherlands, reporting of cases falls (T Sheldon) 328:1336
 — — overview: new tools (AR Jadad, et al) 328:1143 (E) (correc-            (AG Smith, et al) 328:932 (PC)                                      (N)
      tion, 329:85) 328:1564 (L)                                      epidural analgesia see analgesia, epidural                              — putting down pets and (R Anthony-Pillai) 328:574
 — — clinician’s perspective on electronic health records and         epilepsy                                                               evaluation
      patient care (SH Walsh) 328:1184 (C)                            — The Brainstorms Village: Epilepsy in our World (Schachter, et al,     — ehealth systems and services (DH Gustafson, et al) 328:1150
 — — concern over new untested software systems (R Coombes)              eds) (Books) 328:715 (R)                                               (E)
      328:1157 (N)                                                    — children, NICE drugs guidance (S Mayor) 328:1093 (N)                  — endless (K Barraclough) (Soundings) 328:57 (R)
 — — critical care medicine mailing list (AL DeWitt, et al)           — NICE guidance on drugs for adults (E Perucca) 328:1273 (E)           Evans A
      328:1180 (IP)                                                   — patients taking drugs continue to have seizures (R Dobson)            — see Hughes C 328:464
 — — Cuba and internet health research (RJ Stusser) 328:1209             328:68 (N)                                                           — see Kalra L 328:1099
      (R)                                                             epistaxis see nose bleeds                                               — see Patel A 328:1102
 — — diabetes mellitus, patient experience with interactive elec-     ER, nursing shortage and 328:51 (L)                                    Evans DA, Hospital bed utilisation in the NHS and Kaiser Per-
      tronic medical record (JD Ralston, et al) 328:1159 (P)          erectile dysfunction, treatment, qualitative study of sildenafil (JM         manente 328:583 (L)
 — — e-prescribing savings (JH Tanne) 328:1155 (N)                          Tomlinson, et al) 328:1037 (P)                                   Evans J, see Ziebland S 328:564
 — — EU “roadmap” for ehealth (R Watson) 328:1155 (N)                 ergonomics, medicine and surgery (R Stone, et al) 328:1115 (C)         Evans PH, see Dalal H 328:693
 — — four rules for reinvention of health care (E Coiera)             Erslev, Allan J, Obituary (JH Tanne) 328:52 (correction, 209)          Evans R, et al, Review of instruments for peer assessment of
      328:1197 (ED)                                                   Esmail A, The prejudices of good people 328:1448 (E)                         physicians 328:1240 (LP)
 — — handheld computers review (M Al-Ubaydli) 328:1181 (C),           Eso DA, Handheld computers in clinical practice 328:1565 (L)           Evans S, see Schroter S 328:673
      328:1565 (L)                                                    Espinosa-Brito A, et al, Death of the teaching autopsy 328:166         Evans TW, see Ashrafian H 328:300
 — — health related virtual communities and electronic support              (L)                                                              Evers IM, et al, Risk of complications of pregnancy in women
      groups (G Eysenbach, et al) 328:1166 (PC)                       Esterman A, see Worley P 328:207                                             with type 1 diabetes: nationwide prospective study in the
 — — HINARI: bridging global information divide (V Ka-                ethics, medical see also confidentiality; euthanasia; Hippocratic            Netherlands 328:915 (P)
      tikireddi) 328:1190 (ED)                                              oath; human rights; informed consent; torture; treatment         Evidence based case report, Perimacular retinal folds from child-
 — — HINARI: Indian lessons (S Kuruvilla, et al) 328:1193 (ED)              withdrawal                                                             hood head trauma (PE Lantz, et al) 328:754 (C)
 — — hospital bookings to be done electronically by 2005 (R           — assessing ethics of trials in systematic reviews (MA Weingar-        evidence-based medicine see also POEM*
      Coombes) 328:1157 (N)                                              ten, et al) 328:1013 (ED)                                            — absence of evidence is not evidence of absence (P Alderson)
 — — Massachusetts General Hospital, learning from e-patients         — bioethics needs to rethink its agenda (L Turner) (Personal              328:476 (E), 328:1016 (L)
      (J Lester, et al) 328:1188 (ED)                                    view) 328:175 (R)                                                    — CHAIN evaluation: bridging the gap between research and
 — — NHS “electronic highway” launch (G Watts) 328:1156 (N)           — evaluation of health effects of social interventions (H Thom-           practice (J Russell, et al) 328:1174 (IP), 328:1564 (L)
      (correction, 329:85)                                               son, et al) 328:282 (ED)                                             — drug advertising (A Tuffs) 328:485 (N)
 — — online discussion lists on chronic myelogenous leukaemia         — health tourism (E Borman) 328:60 (E)                                  — Effectiveness and Efficiency: Random Reflections on Health Services
      (JD Ramos, et al) (Infopoints) 328:1177 (IP)                    — Human Tissue Bill, research threat (P Furness, et al) 328:533           (T Greenhalgh) (Books) 328:529 (R)
 — — paper prescriptions: “last season” (G Watts) 328:1156 (N)           (E), 328:898 (L), 328:1203 (L)                                       — innovation may be stifled (I Loefler) (Soundings) 328:842 (R)
      (correction, 329:85)                                            — international recruitment policy (D Carlisle) 328:1218 (N)            — policy or policy based evidence? (MG Marmot) 328:906 (E),
 — — payment for email consultations (S Gottlieb) 328:1155 (N)        — medical researchers’ ancillary clinical care responsibilities (L        328:1202 (L), 328:1203 (L)
 — — Ron LaPorte interview on “telepreventive medicine” (G               Belsky, et al) 328:1494 (ED)                                         — public health, making interventions more evidence based (B
      Yamey) 328:1158 (N)                                             — organ transplantation, thousands of families to sue over re-            Kirkwood) 328:966 (E)
 — — safety features of general practice prescribing systems (B          tained organs (C Dyer) 328:184 (N) (correction, 384), 328:642        — what’s the E for EBM? (SE Straus) 328:535 (E), 328:1077 (L)
      Fernando, et al) 328:1171 (PC), 328:1565 (L), 328:1566 (L)         (L)                                                                 Ewald DP, Timing of simvastatin treatment 328:167 (L)
 — — soft networks for bridging the gap between research and          — private prescriptions for statins (M Raithatha, et al) 328:400       Ewald H, see Eaton WW 328:438
      practice: illuminative evaluation of CHAIN (J Russell, et al)      (ED)                                                                Exadaktylos A, see Müller U 328:934
      328:1174 (IP), 328:1564 (L)                                     — research ethics committees                                           examinations see also education, medical
 — — webchat. How electronic communication is changing health care    — — development (A Slowther, et al) 328:950 (ED)                        — FRCA (S Dosani, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s218 (29 May 2004)
      328:1178                                                        — — internet applications (T Greenhalgh) (Soundings) 328:651            — MRCGP (S Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s195 (15 May 2004)
electronic journals see also journals                                       (R), 328:1018 (L)                                                   (correction, 1486)
 — US, universities review “package deals” (S Mayor) 328:68 (N)       — — requirements in 11 European countries (H Hearnshaw)                 — MRCOG (S Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s228 (5 June 2004)
Electronic Long, Paper Short, authors’ perceptions of electronic            328:140 (P), 328:710 (L)                                          — MRCP
      publishing (S Schroter, et al) 328:1350 (P)                     — — roulette: what can we learn? (P Glasziou, et al) 328:121 (E),       — — middle aged GP (M Houghton) (The way I see it) BMJ
electronic medical records see under medical records                        328:710 (L), 328:711 (L)                                               Careers 328:s156 (17 April 2004)
electronic publishing see also Public Library of Science; publish-    — thalassaemia major, murky story of deferiprone (J Savulescu)          — — (S Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s155 (17 April 2004)
      ing                                                                328:358 (E)                                                          — MRCPath (S Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s237 (12 June 2004)
 — authors’ perceptions: two cross sectional surveys (S Schroter,     — time to live or time to die? (Anonymous) (Personal view)              — MRCPCH and DCH (S Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s177 (1
   et al) 328:1350 (P)                                                   328:1445 (R)                                                           May 2004)
 — clinical judgement and learning (DJ Klass) 328:1147 (E)            ethnic groups see also Aborigines; racial discrimination                — MRCPsych (S Dosani, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s207 (22 May
 — LOCKSS, preservation of scientific record (V Reich, et al)         — ABC of smoking cessation (T Coleman) 328:575 (C)                        2004)
   328:61 (E)                                                         — affirmative action, lessons for health care (F Sassi, et al)          — MRCS (S Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s165 (24 April 2004)
Elijovich F, Campaign to revitalise academic medicine 328:1376           328:1213 (E)                                                         — PLAB (S Dosani, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s260 (19 June 2004)
      (L)                                                             — genetics, ethnicity and health (N Pearce, et al) 328:1070 (ED)        — RCP practical assessment (C Douglas) (Soundings) 328:1573
Elkington A, see Scoote M BMJ Careers 328:s233                        — medical schools                                                         (R)
Elkington AR, see Khaw PT 328:36, 328:97, 328:156, 328:644            — — class, ethnic, and sex differences in school pupils’ percep-        — undergraduate performance in community settings (P Wor-
Elliott-Binns, Christopher Plunkett, Obituary (B Baillon)                   tions (T Greenhalgh, et al) 328:1541 (LP)                           ley, et al) 328:207 (LP)
      328:772                                                         — — standardised admission ratio for measuring widening par-           exemestane, breast cancer recurrence and (C White) 328:599 (N)
Ellis G, NHS change management (or how many people it take                  ticipation (K Seyan, et al) 328:1545 (LP)                        exercise
      to change a light bulb) 328:987                                 — smoking, higher risk of heart disease (L Eaton) 328:1397 (N)          — coronary disease and (GD Batty, et al) 328:1089 (E)
Ellis N, see Vickers AJ 328:744                                       — specialist nurse asthma intervention in deprived multiethnic          — pedalling up the Amazon (JO Drife) (Soundings) 328:1023 (R)
Elmes, Peter Cardwell, Obituary (I Campbell, et al) 328:352              area: ELECTRA trial (C Griffiths, et al) 328:144 (PC)                — training meta-analysis of trials in patients with chronic heart
Elwyn G, see Evans R 328:1240                                         — tobacco and alcohol consumption (R Bhopal, et al) 328:76 (P)            failure (ExTraMATCH Collaborative) 328:189 (P), 328:711
email see also internet                                                  (correction, 563)                                                      (L)
 — US, communication with patients and payment (S Gottlieb)           — US, inequalities report criticised (O Dyer) 328:308 (N)               — truth about. Endpiece (F Charatan) 328:1315
   328:1155 (N)                                                       Etminan M                                                              Extracts from “Clinical Evidence Concise", Severe life threatening
Emanuel J, see Joffe S 328:1463                                       — et al, Use of lithium and the risk of injurious motor vehicle              malaria in endemic areas (A Omari, et al) 328:154 (C)
Emberton M, see Sculpher M 328:382                                       crash in elderly adults: case-control study nested within a         ExTraMATCH Collaborative, Exercise training meta-analysis of
embryology, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:1081 (R)                cohort 328:558 (P), 328:895 (L) (correction, 1284), 328:896               trials in patients with chronic heart failure (ExTraMATCH)
emergencies                                                              (L)                                                                       328:189 (P), 328:711 (L)
 — caesarean section, decision to delivery interval (J Thomas, et     — see Suissa S 328:896                                                 eyelids, cicatricial ectropion after facial laceration repair (JD
   al) 328:665 (P)                                                    eugenics, War Against the Weak (Lelliott) (Books) 328:411 (R)                Rossiter, et al) (Minerva) 328:1574 (R)
 — on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:529 (R)                       Europe see also Belarus; Bulgaria; Denmark; Finland; France;           eyes
 — messages to medical men. One hundred years ago 328:1165                  Germany; Hungary; Ireland; Italy; Lithuania; Netherlands;         — ABC of eyes
 — paediatric emergency (F da Cunha) 328:1419                               Northern Ireland; Norway; Russia; Scotland; Spain; Swe-           — — Glaucoma-1: Diagnosis (PT Khaw, et al) 328:97 (C) (correc-
 — portable echocardiography (H Ashrafian, et al) 328:300 (E)               den                                                                    tion, 762)
emergency contraception see contraceptives, postcoital                — hypertension, guidelines more flexible than US (JH Tanne)             — — Glaucoma-2: Treatment (PT Khaw, et al) 328:156 (C) (cor-
emergency medical services                                               328:1279 (N)                                                              rection, 762)
 — Adrian Noon (C Hughes) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s17 (10           — influenza pandemic, stronger measures needed (R Watson)               — — Injury to the eye (PT Khaw, et al) 328:36 (C) (correction,
   January 2004)                                                         328:854 (N)                                                               762), 328:643 (L), 328:644 (L)
 — career advice (S Hearns, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s133 (3 April      — multidrug resistant tuberculosis soars (C Odigwe) 328:663             — blow out fracture (B Parmar, et al) (Minerva) 328:532 (R)
   2004)                                                                 (N)                                                                  — exploding microwaved egg (S Goyal, et al) 328:1075 (L)
 — education, telemedicine (J Mardon) BMJ Careers 328:s45 (31         — research ethics committees requirements in 11 European               Eysenbach G
   January 2004)                                                         countries (H Hearnshaw) 328:140 (P)                                  — Websites on screening for breast cancer 328:769
 — Jamaica, career advice (C Hayes-Bradley) BMJ Careers               — Save European research campaign 328:286 (L), 328:522 (L)              — et al, Health related virtual communities and electronic sup-
   328:s183 (8 May 2004)                                              — statins, variations and increase: data from administrative da-          port groups: systematic review of the effects of online peer to
 — reconfiguration of surgical, emergency, and trauma services           tabases (T Walley, et al) 328:385 (P) (correction, 329:323)            peer interactions 328:1166 (PC)
   in UK (A Black) 328:178 (E), 328:522 (L), 328:523 (L)              European Union
 — recurrent attender with a difference (R Body) 328:1554             — clinical trials
 — successful SHO (A Abhishek, et al) (A&E) (Tips on...) BMJ          — — database criticised for lack of openness (J Burgermeister)                                          F
   Careers 328:s138 (3 April 2004)                                          328:1094 (N)
 — team phone numbers should be standardised (V Katikireddi)          — — implementation (K Woods) 328:240 (E)                               face
   328:481 (E) (correction, 884)                                      — — scientists urge repeal of rules (R Watson) 328:187 (N),             — de Lobinière Facial Surgery Research Centre (Z Kmietowicz)
 — waiting times improved (S Mayor) 328:729 (N)                             328:522 (L)                                                         328:1396 (N)
Emmen MJ, et al, Effectiveness of opportunistic brief interven-       — enlargement                                                           — emotions revealed (P Ekman) BMJ Careers 328:s85 (28 Feb-
      tions for problem drinking in a general hospital setting:       — — implications for health (M McKee, et al) 328:1025 (E)                 ruary 2004)
      systematic review 328:318 (P)                                   — — non-UK doctors’ views (I Vlad) (News feature) BMJ Ca-               — recognising expressions (P Ekman, et al) BMJ Careers
Empey D, Suspension of doctors 328:181 (E), 328:709 (L),                    reers 328:s99 (6 March 2004)                                        328:s75 (21 February 2004)
      328:710 (L)                                                     — — patient floodgates, minister warns (K Krosnar) 328:912 (N)         face masks, in operating theatres. Q&A (C Dougliss, et al)
Emson, Daksha, Obituary (D Emson) 328:291                             — — ten accession states (R MacDonald) (News feature) BMJ                   328:1481
end of life decisions                                                       Careers 328:s89 (28 February 2004)                               Fahey T



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                            ELD-FAH            9
 — Influence of socioeconomic deprivation on the primary care           — — The end of the party (F Charatan) 328:1416                          — Spending on neglected diseases has increased, says report
    burden and treatment of patients with a diagnosis of heart          — — Growing old (F Charatan) 328:1039                                     328:1220 (N) (correction, 329:85)
    failure in general practice in Scotland: population based           — — Illness (F Charatan) 328:1006                                       — Swapping Ilford for Baghdad 328:1280 (N)
    study. Commentary: Valuable insights from morbidity coding          — — Knowledge (A Panja) 328:446                                         — Top health officials adopt global plan to cut obesity 328:1278
    in primary care 328:1113 (PC)                                       — — Knowledge and comfort (S Nundy) 328:860                               (N)
 — see Harker N 328:276, 328:337, 328:503                               — — Life according to Wilde (F Charatan) 328:206                        — West Africa campaign boycotted by Nigerian states 328:485
 — see Hay AD 328:1062                                                  — — Life (F Charatan) 328:672                                             (N)
 — see Love T 328:1201                                                  — — Many a true word spoken in jest (M Warner) 328:986                  — WHO admits its target on AIDS drugs may be unrealistic
Fairer JG, et al, Endpiece. Owning up 328:161                           — — No health foods (F Charatan) 328:271                                  328:1151 (N)
Fallowfield L, Doctors’ communication of trust, care, and respect       — — Old theories and old men (JH Baron) 328:675                         — WHO report says AIDS offers healthcare opportunity 328:10
       328:1317 (L)                                                     — — On healing (N Goyal) 328:799                                          (N)
falls                                                                   — — Only one good (Z Shah) 328:143                                      — WHO resists food industry pressure on its diet plan 328:973
 — elderly: prevention programme                                        — — Owning up (JG Fairer, et al) 328:161                                  (N)
 — — overview (L Gillespie) 328:653 (E)                                 — — Paris and London consultants 1815 (JH Baron) 328:506                — WHO and science publishers team up on online register of
 — — effectiveness in subacute hospital setting (TP Haines, et al)      — — A physician’s tooth as an infallible amulet (JH Baron)                trials 328:854
       328:676 (P)                                                            328:930                                                           — WHO warns of a polio epidemic in Africa 328:1513 (N)
 — — systematic review and meta-analysis (JT Chang, et al)              — — Students at Guy’s and St Thomas’s, 1819 (JH Baron)                 Fleming D, see Woodhead M 328:1270
       328:680 (PC)                                                           328:25                                                           Fleming PJ, et al, Investigating sudden unexpected deaths in
familial hypercholesterolaemia, statin treatment and life assur-        — — Time (N Hayes) 328:1250                                                  infancy and childhood and caring for bereaved families: an
       ance (HAW Neil, et al) 328:500 (PC)                              — — The truth about exercise (F Charatan) 328:1315                           integrated multiagency approach 328:331 (C), 328:1262
family planning, Sex on the Rates: Memoirs of a Family Planning         — — When to discharge a patient (JH Baron) 328:1342                          (L)
       Doctor (Wilson) (Books) 328:1504 (R)                             — — Worse for the fish (F Charatan) 328:1371                           Flepp M, see Young J 328:15
family relations                                                        — — Your time’s up (I Bamforth) 328:990                                Fletcher J, et al, Data protection, informed consent, and research
 — AIDS, stable partnership and progression to AIDS or death in         — The essence remains unchanged (HR Offman) 328:691                          328:1437 (L)
    antiretroviral therapy patients: Swiss cohort study (J Young, et    — General practice 2035 (J Langfield) 328:511                          Fletcher O, see Peto J 328:1029
    al) 328:15 (P)                                                      — Health initiatives in poor countries: what can we learn from         Florin D, et al, Public involvement in health care 328:159 (ED),
 — domestic violence: GP treatment of whole family (A Taft, et al)         them? 328:894 (ED)                                                        328:462 (L)
    328:618 (PC)                                                        — Hindu mythology and medicine (RR Varma) 328:819                      flow charts, effect on use of blood transfusions in primary total
Farrall AJ, see Wardlaw JM 328:655                                      — How electronic communication is changing health care. Webchat              hip and knee replacement (U Müller, et al) 328:934 (Q)
Farrar K, et al, Computer aided prescribing 328:1565 (L)                   328:1178                                                            fluids, acute respiratory infections and, systematic review (MPB
Farrell L                                                               — The internetfriend or foe? (J Bentham) 328:133                             Guppy, et al) 328:499 (PC), 328:957 (L), 328:958 (L)
 — I don’t know much, but this I do know (Soundings) 328:1141           — Is Dad mad, doctor? (JS Dawson) 328:926                              Flynn S
    (R)                                                                 — Jaw droppers (G Vaidya) 328:520                                       — et al, Penny gets pregnant: the pitfalls of pregnancy and work
 — Love’s a funny thing (Soundings) 328:717 (R)                         — Listen to grandmother (J Dewhurst) 328:1436                             BMJ Careers 328:s167 (24 April 2004)
 — The quest (Soundings) 328:295 (R)                                    — Marcus (A Cohn) 328:758                                               — see Shaw J 328:734
 — Saddam Hussein’s medical examination should not have                 — Medical trivia (J Doshi) 328:679                                     Fogelholm R, Ionising radiation in infancy and adult cognitive
    been broadcast 328:51                                               — Medscape conference coverage                                               function 328:581 (L)
fatal accident inquiries, how to survive them (J McCulloch, et al)      — — 13th Annual conference of the European Respiratory So-             Foliaki S, see Pearce N 328:1070
       BMJ Careers 328:s216 (29 May 2004)                                     ciety (ERS) 328:209                                              folic acid
Fazel M, Why I’m a reluctant rapid responder (Personal view)            — — 69th Annual meeting of the American College of Chest                — cardiovascular diseases: polypill 328:404 (L), 328:405 (L)
       328:413 (R), 328:644 (L), 328:645 (L)                                  Physicians 328:503                                                — — combination of drugs 328:289 (L)
Fazel S, see Grann M 328:1233                                           — A memorable consultation 328:551                                      — ischaemic stroke and, risk reduction (S Gottlieb) 328:247 (N)
Fear NT, see Smith AG 328:932                                           — A memorable call. A house call in Nepal’s Himalayas (P Gu-            — ultimate functional food component for disease prevention?
Feder GS, see Griffiths C 328:144                                          rung) 328:806                                                          (M Lucock) (Science, medicine, and the future) 328:211 (C),
Feenan, Steven Dominic, Obituary (S Noble, et al) 328:587               — A memorable conversation. Did my wife elope with someone                328:768 (L), 328:769 (L)
Fehr T, see Ammann P 328:1028                                              else? (W Misaki) 328:29                                             Folino-Gallo P, see Walley T 328:385
Fehrenbach J, see Zendron L 328:629                                     — A memorable patient                                                  food industry
female genital mutilation see circumcision, female                      — — Aggie (H Davies) 328:559                                            — advertising, junk food ban? (R Coombes) (Ads) 328:1572 (R)
femoral epiphyses, leuprorelin withdrawal and (E van Puijen-            — — Caring for those who refuse help (M Jones) 328:1546                 — health claims for functional foods (MB Katan) 328:180 (E)
       broek, et al) (Drug points) 328:1353 (P)                         — — Happiness is... 328:453, 328:712 (L)                                — pressure on WHO diet plan resisted (F Fleck) 328:973 (N)
Fenn P, et al, Making amends for negligence 328:417 (E)                 — — My first case (CW Davies) 328:1477                                 foot, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:56 (R)
Fenton T, see Ramesh P 328:708                                          — — A nanny’s stamina (E Davies) 328:345                               football, Football Medicine (Ekstrand, et al, eds) (Books) 328:1384
Fergus C, Hypocalcaemia after intravenous bisphosphonate                — — The price of presumption (A Byron) 328:21                                (R)
       328:1439 (L)                                                     — — Spiritual relief (S Hull) 328:815                                  Forbes K, If it doesn’t work, stop it 328:1015 (L)
Ferguson T, et al, The first generation of e-patients 328:1148 (E),     — — Telling it how it is (P Keech) 328:918                             forceps, use in delivery (RR Patel, et al) 328:1302 (C)
       328:1564 (L)                                                     — My lousy doctor (ME Gatt) 328:219                                    Ford, Hubert Talbot ("Joe"), Obituary (J-C Gazet) 328:408 (L)
Fergusson D, et al, Turning a blind eye: the success of blinding        — My most useful surgery instrument (P Vincent) 328:630                Ford S, Alcohol evidence and policy 328:1202 (L)
       reported in a random sample of randomised, placebo con-          — NHS change management (or how many people it take to                 forensic medicine, Sue Black (T MacMahon) (Profile) BMJ Ca-
       trolled trials 328:432 (P), 328:1135 (L), 328:1136 (L)              change a light bulb) (G Ellis) 328:987                                    reers 328:s88 (28 February 2004)
Fernando B, et al, Prescribing safety features of general practice      — Northern Ireland—poetic sectarianism (K Choudhari)                   Fortson R, see Strang J 328:102
       computer systems: evaluation using simulated test cases             328:1414                                                            Foster G, see Griffiths C 328:144
       328:1171 (PC), 328:1565 (L), 328:1566 (L)                        — An obstinate patient (S Kothari) 328:1473                            Fountain, Frances Mary, Obituary (S Moore) 328:1205
Ferner RE, Prescribing safety features of general practice com-         — One hundred years ago                                                Fountain J
       puter systems: evaluation using simulated test cases. Com-       — — Automobiles for medical men 328:91                                  — see Garry R 328:129
       mentary: Computer aided prescribing leaves holes in the          — — The diminishing birth-rate 328:1469                                 — see Sculpher M 328:134
       safety net 328:1172 (PC), 328:1565 (L), 328:1566 (L)             — — The doctor in his social aspect 328:18                             Fowler A, Courage to change BMJ Careers 328:s208 (22 May
Ferraro A, see Perel P 328:895                                          — — Gardening for women 328:14                                               2004)
Ferrie JE, see Vahtera J 328:555                                        — — Hypnotism in Abyssinia 328:155 (correction, 384)                   Fowler CS, see Cooper CP 328:1179
Ferriman A                                                              — — Illegible prescriptions 328:1053                                   Fowlie D, see Mowat D 328:1262
 — BMJ ethics committee appoints new chairperson 328:246 (N)            — — Messages to medical men 328:1165                                   Frame S, see Murphy NF 328:1413
 — Cancer centre wins building of the year award 328:1453 (N)           — — Professional jealousy 328:887                                      France see also Europe
 — FDA warns on antidepressant use 328:729 (N)                          — — Reduction of dislocations immediately after the accident            — euthanasia, cases referred to police (B Spurgeon) 328:1221
 — MP raises new allegations against Andrew Wakefield 328:726                 328:1113                                                            (N)
    (N)                                                                 — — The risks to life in London 328:1258                                — GP access to specialists (B Spurgeon) 328:1278 (N)
 — Where doctors, actors, and athletes meet on equal footing            — — When is a banana ripe? 328:1196                                     — Paris and London consultants 1815. Endpiece (JH Baron)
    328:1034 (N)                                                        — — Winter holidays 328:387                                               328:506
Ferris LE, Intimate partner violence 328:595 (E) (correction,           — A paediatric emergency (F da Cunha) 328:1419                          — working abroad (P Shannon) BMJ Careers 328:s65 (14 Feb-
       997)                                                             — A perfect death (C Katona) 328:202                                      ruary 2004)
fetal medicine, recent developments (S Kumar, et al) 328:1002           — Pride comes... (H Tunstall-Pedoe) 328:460                            Francis DP, see Piepoli MF 328:711
       (C)                                                              — Printing error reveals effectiveness of public health promo-         Frank M, see Cooper CP 328:1179
Field, Steve, overseas doctors and Modernising Medical Careers (R          tion (O Brborovic) 328:874                                          Frankel E, Polypill debate continues 328:289 (L)
       MacDonald) (Interview) BMJ Careers 328:s256 (19 June             — Q&A                                                                  Frankel S
       2004)                                                            — — Blocked ears and flying 328:708                                     — see Dixon T 328:1288
Fielder AR, et al, Campaign to revitalise academic medicine             — — Cocaine and amphetamine combined (EM Sobic, et al)                  — see Ebrahim S 328:583
       328:1376 (L)                                                           328:1365                                                         Franklin, Alan James, Obituary (N Speight) 328:112
Fikree FF, et al, Role of gender in health disparity: the South         — — Effects of ginkgo extract (MM Althahabi, et al) 328:1072           Fraser WD, see Peter R 328:335, 328:1439
       Asian context 328:823 (ED)                                       — — Face masks in operating theatres (C Dougliss) 328:1481             Frayling IM, Universal consent form might help 328:1203 (L)
fillers see also POEM*                                                  — A rapid grasp of the fundamentals (AJ Vickers) 328:1290              Fried BJ, see Margolis PA 328:388
 — The acme of efficiency (A Gibson) 328:1050                           — The recurrent attender with a difference (R Body) 328:1554           Friedland JS, see Handforth J 328:1026
 — Am I my father’s keeper? (J Young) 328:1375                          — Three memorable consultations (S Potter) 328:998
 — Apple crumble or a selection from the sweet trolley? (A Panja)       — Two memorable patients. Two nil (J Banks) 328:285                    Friedlander Y, see Paltiel O 328:919
    328:268                                                             — Ward rounds ain’t what they used to be (D Crosby) 328:402            Friend, John Henry, Obituary (K Prowse) 328:1079
 — Balancing benefits and harms in health care. webchat 328:1560        — When I use a word. Harmful reactions (J Aronson) 328:1173            Frisch M, Health needs of women who have sex with women
 — Birth of a baby girl and social stigma (A Salim) 328:1563           Findlay, Mary Graham, Obituary (ID Findlay, et al) 328:1322                   328:464 (L)
 — bmjlearning.com                                                     Fine B, see Jewels C BMJ Careers 328:s123                               frostbite, toe treatment advice via web (D Hillebrandt, et al)
 — — Childhood asthma (K Walsh) 328:147                                fine needle aspiration, hepatic colorectal metastases (MS Met-                (Minerva) 328:1210 (R)
 — — Coeliac disease: myth buster (K Walsh) 328:868                           calfe, et al) (Lesson of the week) 328:507 (C)                   Frühbeck G, Death of the teaching autopsy 328:165 (L)
 — — Copying letters to patients (K Walsh) 328:733                     Finegan Y, see Lester J 328:1188                                        Fry P, see Sculpher M 328:382
 — — Deep vein thrombosis (K Walsh) 328:938                            finger schwannoma, in elderly woman (H Sharma, et al) (Min-             Frydman G, see Ferguson T 328:1148
 — — Heart failure: an update on management (K Walsh)                         erva) 328:58 (R)                                                 Fuhrer R, see Richards M 328:552
       328:198                                                         Finland see also Europe                                                 Fulford B, et al, eds, Nature and Narrative:An Introduction to the New
 — — Hepatitis C (K Walsh) 328:1296                                     — research fraud case (J Palo) (Personal view) 328:1083 (R)                  Philosophy of Psychiatry (Books) 328:113 (R)
 — — Managing cerebral palsy in primary care (K Walsh)                  — sick leave and organisational downsizing (J Vahtera, et al)          Fuller C, see Murray E 328:437
       328:743                                                             328:555 (P)                                                         functional food
 — — Menorrhagia (G Yamey) 328:1199                                    Finlayson B, see Dixon J 328:223
 — — Post-traumatic stress disorder 328:624                                                                                                     — folic acid, ultimate functional food component for disease
                                                                       Finlayson ND, see Lowe GDO 328:229                                         prevention? (M Lucock) (Science, medicine, and the future)
 — — Promoting smoking cessation in general practice (K Walsh)         Finn, Ronald, Obituary (DLJ Freed) 328:1501                                328:211 (C), 328:768 (L), 328:769 (L)
       328:328                                                         first aid, burns: ABC of burns (J Hudspith, et al) 328:1487 (C)
 — — Serious communicable diseases (K Walsh) 328:1045                  fish oils, cardiovascular diseases and omega 3 fatty acids (JN Din,      — health claims (MB Katan) 328:180 (E)
 — — Tuberculosis: an update on management (K Walsh)                          et al) 328:30 (C), 328:406 (L), 328:407 (L)                      Furness P
       328:1356                                                        Fisher ES, see Wennberg JE 328:607                                       — Transplanting Human Tissue (Books) 328:469 (R)
 — — Understanding statistics—"Is there a significant differ-          Fisher P, see Vickers AJ 328:744                                         — et al, The human tissue bill 328:533 (E), 328:898 (L), 328:1203
       ence?” (K Walsh) 328:508                                        fishes, materia medica. Endpiece (F Charatan) 328:1371                     (L)
 — Diagnosing cardiac chest pain (AL Mahajan) 328:1001                 Fison, Lorimer, Obituary (J Talbot) 328:1441                            Furrer H, see Young J 328:15
 — Does your heart go on vacation? (E Rider) 328:890                   Fitzgerald M, Autism and Creativity:Is there a Link between Autism in
 — The door handle sign (J Williams) 328:1187                                 Men and Exceptional Ability (Books) 328:1139 (R)
 — Endpiece                                                            Fitzmaurice D, see Murray E 328:437                                                                      G
 — — Boston medical students 1827 (JH Baron) 328:44
 — — The brutalised poor of our manufacturing districts (JH            Fitzpatrick M                                                           gabapentin, Pfizer guilty plea but sales increase (J Lenzer)
       Baron) 328:994                                                   — Are ribbon campaigns making us loopy? 328:588 (R)                        328:1217 (N)
 — — Clamming up (A Sarwal) 328:325                                     — George and Sam (Books) 328:1571 (R)                                  Gach JE, et al, Trichophyton mentagrophytes infection from pet rat
 — — Deafness makes you depressed (S Barley) 328:1132                  Flapan AD, see Din JN 328:30, 328:406                                       (Minerva) 328:1142 (R)
 — — The difference (F Charatan) 328:1544                              Fleck F                                                                 Gada S, et al, Dealing with end of life decisions (Tips on...) BMJ
 — — The doctor within (F Charatan) 328:1426                            — Poor countries lag behind on water goals 328:972 (N)                     Careers 328:s178 (1 May 2004)



10     FAI-GAD                                                                                                                                                                       January−June 2004
Gadsby R, Interactive case report. Treating nausea and vomiting       — patients’ residency status check to stop “health tourism” (Z        — spending increase on neglected diseases (F Fleck) 328:1220
      during pregnancy. Commentary: General practitioners are            Kmietowicz) 328:1217 (N)                                              (N) (correction, 329:85)
      wary of treating sickness in pregnancy 328:505 (C)              — revalidation, randomised comparison of two revalidation             global warming
Galanti MR                                                               models (D Bruce, et al) 328:687 (LP), 328:1077 (L)                 — abrupt health impacts (JA Patz) 328:1269 (E)
— see Sparén P 328:11                                                 — workload and impact of nurse practitioners (MGH Laurant, et         — Climate Change and Human Health: Risks and Responses (Mc-
— see Vagero D 328:346                                                   al) 328:927 (PC)                                                      Michael, et al, eds) (Books) 328:1324 (R)
Galea I, et al, Stress and exacerbations in multiple sclerosis        generic drugs see also drugs                                          — The Day after Tomorrow (Hajat) (Film) 328:1323 (R)
      328:287 (L)                                                     — Canada, developing countries’ plan threatened (D Spurgeon)          glucagons, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:293 (R)
Gallagher JR, et al, ABC of eyes: Injury to the eye 328:644 (L)          328:728 (N)                                                        Gluud C, see Als-Nielsen B 328:1046
Gallen D, et al, A firm foundation for senior house officers          genetic counselling, role of next of kin in accessing health          Gluud LL, see Als-Nielsen B 328:1046
      328:1390 (E)                                                          records of deceased relatives (AM Lucassen, et al) 328:952      Glynn RJ, see Schneeweiss S 328:560
Gandhi N, see Gupta N BMJ Careers 328:s58                                   (ED)                                                            Gotzsche PC, see Jorgensen KJ 328:148
Gandy M, et al, eds, The Return of the White Plague: Global Poverty   genetically modified food, Genetically Modified Food and Health (Z    Godfrey C, see Parrott S 328:947
      and the New Tuberculosis (Books) 328:1206 (R)                         Kmietowicz) 328:602 (N)                                         Godlee F, see Schroter S 328:673
ganglions, resolve spontaneously (POEM*) 328 (3 April 2004)           genetics, medical see also cloning                                    Godwin MS, see Birtwhistle RV 328:204, 328:641
      328:1262 (L)                                                    — career advice (A Murray) BMJ Careers 328:s175 (1 May                Goel, Manesh, suspended for removing wrong kidney (O Dyer)
Ganse E van, see Walley T 328:385                                        2004)                                                                    328:246 (N)
Gao YT, see Xu WH 328:1285                                            — chromosomes 13 and 19 (S Mayor) 328:853 (N)                         Goland S, see Malnick S 328:769
Gardiner LD, see Adams KM 328:1548                                    — nicotine patch effectiveness in relation to genotype in women       Goldacre MJ
Garner P, see Omari A 328:154                                            v. men (P Yudkin, et al) 328:989                                   — et al, Hospital admission for acute pancreatitis in an English
Garrard ON, Omega 3 fatty acids and cardiovascular disease            — race, ethnicity, and health (N Pearce, et al) 328:1070 (ED)            population, 1963-98: database study of incidence and mortal-
      328:406 (L)                                                     — RNA interference (J Downward) (Science, medicine, and the              ity 328:1466 (P)
Garrow JS, Editors and their priorities about libel and fraud            future) 328:1245 (C)                                               — see Lambert TW 328:1347
      328:230 (L)                                                     Genuis SJ, et al, Partner reduction is crucial for balanced “ABC”     — see Roberts SE 328:741
Garry R                                                                     approach to HIV prevention. Commentary: adolescent              — see Seagroatt V 328:1235
— et al, The eVALuate study: two parallel randomised trials, one            behaviour should be priority 328:894 (ED)                       Goldberg HI, see Ralston JD 328:1159
   comparing laparoscopic with abdominal hysterectomy, the            Genuis SK, see Genuis SJ 328:894                                      Goldman MH, Dicycloverine for persistent crying in babies
   other comparing laparoscopic with vaginal hysterectomy             George SL, see Joffe S 328:1463                                             328:956 (L)
   328:129 (P) (correction, 494), 328:642 (L), 328:643 (L)            Germany see also Europe                                               Goldstone AR, et al, Should surgeons take a break after an
— see Sculpher M 328:134                                              — drug industry, bribes probes (J Burgermeister) 328:1333 (N)               intraoperative death? Attitude survey and outcome evalu-
gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, helicobacter pylori infections     — health services                                                           ation 328:379 (P)
      and: Bristol helicobacter project (RF Harvey, et al)            — — charging system mixed results (A Tuffs) 328:366 (N)               Goodacre S, et al, Randomised controlled trial and economic
      328:1417 (PC)                                                   — — rush before new charge (A Tuffs) 328:8 (N)                              evaluation of a chest pain observation unit compared with
gastrointestinal cancers                                              Gertsch JH, et al, Randomised, controlled trial of ginkgo biloba            routine care 328:254 (P)
— poverty gap widens (K Burke) 328:599 (N)                                  and acetazolamide for prevention of acute mountain sick-        Goodall J, see Slowther A 328:950
— survival rates vary across England (S Mayor) 328:974 (N)                  ness: the prevention of high altitude illness trial (PHAIT)     Goodman J, et al, eds, Useful Bodies:Humans in the Service of Medical
gastrointestinal haemorrhage, COX 2 inhibitors, ecological                  328:797 (P)                                                           Science in the Twentieth Century (Books) 328:1207 (R)
      study (M Mamdani, et al) 328:1415 (P)                           Getliffe K, see Cluett ER 328:314, 328:768                            Goodman NW
Gatrad AR                                                             Ghaffar A, et al, Burden of non-communicable diseases in South        — No time to train surgeons 328:1133 (L)
— et al, 10-minute consultation. Persistent crying in babies                Asia 328:807 (C), 328:1499 (L)                                  — The power of five 328:1380 (L)
   328:330 (PC), 328:956 (L)                                          Ghilbert P, see Unger J-P 328:1497                                    Goodyear-Smith F, see Arroll B 328:869
— et al, Dicycloverine for persistent crying in babies 328:956 (L)    giant cell arteritis, sudden onset blindness and painful tongue (S    Goonaratna C, see Samarasinghe D 328:780
Gatrad, Rashid, (P Cross) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s68 (14                 Aroori) (Minerva) 328:296                                       Gordon D, see Subramanian SV 328:801, 328:1499
      February 2004)                                                  Gibb DM, et al, Decline in mortality, AIDS, and hospital admis-       Gordon, David Sydney, Obituary (PE Gordon) 328:960
Gatt ME, My lousy doctor 328:219                                            sions in perinatally HIV-1 infected children in the United      Gothard J, The highs and lows of cardiothoracic surgery BMJ
Gaw A, et al, New European clinical trials directive 328:522 (L)            Kingdom and Ireland 327:1019 (P) (correction, 328:686)                Careers 328:s118 (20 March 2004)
Gayle HD, see Shelton JD 328:891                                            328:524 (L)                                                     Gottlieb S
Geddes J, see Taylor MJ 328:768                                       Gibbons DC, Top up fees and medicine 328:712 (L)                      — Cognitive behaviour therapy can reduce hypochondriasis
Geddes JF, et al, The evidence base for shaken baby syndrome          Gibbs JL, et al, Survival after surgery or therapeutic catheterisa-      328:725 (N)
      328:719 (E), 328:1316 (L), 328:1317 (L)                               tion for congenital heart disease in children in the United     — Dead bodies do not pose health risk in natural disasters
Geelkerken RH, see van Hilten JA 328:1281                                   Kingdom: analysis of the central cardiac audit database for        328:1336 (N)
Gelb CA, see Cooper CP 328:1179                                             2000-1: 328:611 (P) (correction, 997)                           — Frequent ejaculation may be linked to decreased risk of pros-
General Medical Council                                               Gibson A, The acme of efficiency 328:1050                                tate cancer 328:851 (N)
— child pornography website cases (C White) 328:973 (N)               Gibson L                                                              — Liposuction does not achieve metabolic benefits of weight
— CRHP can overturn acquittals (C Dyer) 328:783 (N)                   — Drug company sues Spanish bulletin over fraud claim                    loss 328:1457 (N)
— Roy Meadow, charges over evidence given in child death cases           328:188 (N)                                                        — Metapneumovirus is a leading cause of respiratory tract in-
   (O Dyer) 328:9 (N) (correction, 209)                               — GlaxoSmithKline to publish clinical trials after US lawsuit            fection in infants 328:246 (N)
— Richard Neale, regrets failure to act on police warning (O             328:1513 (N)                                                       — More evidence that folic acid reduces risk of ischaemic stroke
   Dyer) 328:1035 (N)                                                 — Move to sell statins over the counter raises concerns 328:1221         328:247 (N)
— overseas doctors                                                       (N)                                                                — New York’s war on tobacco produces record fall in smoking
— — (R MacDonald) BMJ Careers 328:s254 (19 June 2004)                 — Newer hypnotics no better for insomnia than short acting               328:1222 (N)
— — revalidation implications (R MacDonald) (Interview) BMJ              benzodiazepines 328:1093 (N)                                       — Obese men can regain sexual function by losing weight and
      Careers 328:s255 (19 June 2004)                                 — Spanish drug editor wins case brought by Merck, Sharp &                exercising 328:1517 (N)
— punishment by process (A Spencer) (Personal view) 328:774              Dohme 328:307 (N)                                                  — Open surgery better than laparoscopic for repair of inguinal
   (R)                                                                Gidron Y, see Galea I 328:287                                            hernia 328:1033 (N)
— treatment withdrawal guidance challenged (C Dyer) 328:68            Gilfillan IS, The highs and lows of cardiothoracic surgery BMJ        — Patients with type 2 diabetes should take statins 328:1095 (N)
   (N), 328:541 (N)                                                         Careers 328:s118 (20 March 2004)                                — People with sickle cell disease should be screened for pulmo-
— undue leniency? (C Dyer) 328:541 (N)                                Gilham C, see Peto J 328:1029                                            nary hypertension 328:543 (N)
general practice see also primary care trusts                         Gill, Geoff, (E Welch) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s189 (8 May          — Reducing homocysteine levels does not prevent stroke recur-
— 2035 (J Langfield) 328:511                                                2004)                                                              rence 328:307 (N)
— blood pressure                                                      Gill PS, “Born in the USA"—not BMJ Careers 328:s149 (10 April         — Resectable pancreatic cancer needs surgery, then chemo-
— — dietary advice for single high reading (P Little, et al)                2004)                                                              therapy 328:661 (N)
      328:1054 (PC)                                                   Gillen LM                                                             — Safest and cheapest antiemetics should be used first for post-
— — misclassification effects (T Marshall) 328:933 (PC)               — et al, Managing nocturia 328:1438 (L)                                  operative nausea 328:1396 (N)
— career mobility: apple crumble or trolley selection? (A Panja)      — see Marinkovic SP 328:1063                                          — Study finds no connection between MMR vaccine and autism
   328:268                                                            Gillespie L, Preventing falls in elderly people 328:653 (E)              328:421 (N)
— disparities need to be tackled by primary care trusts (D Singh)     Gillespie, William Alexander, Obituary (D Speller, et al) 328:291     — Surgery in early stage breast cancer should be followed by
   328:603 (N)                                                        ginkgo biloba                                                            radiotherapy 328:186 (N)
— domestic violence                                                   — acute mountain sickness prevention and: with acetazolamide          — US doctors want to be paid for email communication with
— — overview (LE Ferris) 328:595 (E) (correction, 997)                   (JH Gertsch, et al) 328:797 (P)                                       patients 328:1155 (N)
— — depression and abuse by partners of women attending               — effects of. Q&A (MM Althahabi) 328:1072                             — US researchers produce 17 new embryonic stem cell lines
      general practice (K Hegarty, et al) 328:621 (PC)                Ginsburg, Jean, Obituary (C Richmond) 328:1321 (correction,              328:539 (N)
— — treatment of whole family (A Taft, et al) 328:618 (PC)                  329:85)                                                         — Vasopressin for cardiac arrest increases chances of survival
— education to improve delivery systems for prevention in pri-        Glanfield M, Aviation medicine BMJ Careers 328:s13 (10 Janu-             328:128 (N)
   mary care (PA Margolis, et al) 328:388 (PC)                              ary 2004)                                                       Gøtzsche PC, see Jørgensen K 328:769
— essence remains unchanged (HR Offman) 328:691                       Glantz SA                                                             Gould M
— foundation programmes (R Duncan) BMJ Careers 328:s193               — Effect of public smoking ban in Helena, Montana 328:1380            — England’s health standards lag behind those of other West-
   (15 May 2004)                                                         (L)                                                                   ern countries 328:10 (N)
— going paperless (DE Morris) BMJ Careers 328:s97 (6 March            — see Sargent RP 328:977                                              — Government moves to end stigma of mental illness 328:1456
   2004)                                                              Glaser AN, Computer aided prescribing 328:1565 (L)                       (N)
— on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:529 (R)                        Glashan, Robin Wattie, Obituary (MA Ferro, et al) 328:772             — New body aims to give public a bigger voice in shaping health
— most useful instrument (P Vincent) 328:630                          Glass KC, see Fergusson D 328:432, 328:1136                              care 328:424 (N)
— New Zealand, work abroad (C Smith) BMJ Careers 328:s185             Glasziou P                                                            — Reid refuses to accept all recommendations of Blofeld report
   (8 May 2004)                                                       — et al, Assessing the quality of research 328:39 (ED)                   328:423 (N) (correction, 563)
— Parkinson’s disease, who should look after people? (R Kale, et      — et al, Ethics review roulette: what can we learn? 328:121 (E),      — Report accuses NHS of institutional racism 328:367 (N)
   al) 328:62 (E)                                                        328:710 (L), 328:711 (L)                                           Goulder F, et al, Herniation after blunt trauma (Minerva)
— part time GPs (G Easton) BMJ Careers 328:s67 (14 February           glaucoma                                                                    328:1446 (R)
   2004)                                                              — diagnosis: ABC of eyes (PT Khaw, et al) 328:97 (C) (correction,     Goulding R, see Anderson HR 328:1052
— Practice-led Commissioning (D Singh) 328:1396 (N)                      762)                                                               Goulston, Roy Frank, Obituary (A Ruben, et al) 328:900
— refugee training and funding 328:770 (L)                            — treatment 2: ABC of eyes (PT Khaw, et al) 328:156 (C) (correc-      gout, colchicine 328:288 (L), 328:289 (L)
— representativeness of list samples in epidemiological studies          tion, 762)                                                         Goyal N, Endpiece. On healing 328:799
   (AG Smith, et al) 328:932 (PC)                                     GlaxoSmithKline                                                       Goyal S, et al, Penetrating ocular trauma from an exploding
— Scottish GPs’ willingness to take part in post-retirement re-       — clinical trials to be published (L Gibson) 328:1513 (N)                   microwaved egg 328:1075 (L)
   tention scheme (M Chambers, et al) 328:329 (PC)                    — Italy, doctors face criminal allegations over bribes (F Turone)     Graae M, see Hovind P 328:1105
— sick notes, qualitative study of Scottish GP views (S Hussey, et       328:1333 (N)                                                       Grades of Recommendation, Assessment, Development, and
   al) 328:88 (PC), 328:461 (L)                                       — judge may report executive to attorney general (C Dyer)                   Evaluation (GRADE) Working Group, Grading quality of
— smoking cessation, promotion. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh)                328:243 (N)                                                              evidence and strength of recommendations 328:1490 (ED)
   328:328                                                            — paroxetine, staff told not to publicise ineffectiveness (D Spur-    Graffy J, et al, Randomised controlled trial of support from
— somatic treatment, do patients with unexplained physical               geon) 328:422 (N)                                                        volunteer counsellors for mothers considering breast feed-
   symptoms pressurise GPs? (A Ring, et al) 328:1057 (PC),            — US, lawsuit over concealment of trial results (O Dyer)                    ing 328:26 (PC), 328:349 (L)
   328:1319 (L)                                                          328:1395 (N)                                                       Grammatopoulos G, et al, Capsule impacting area of stenosis in
general practitioners see also doctors                                global health see also developing countries; World Health Or-               small bowel after capsule endoscopy (Minerva) 328:776 (R)
— cancers, need help in spotting symptoms (Z Kmietowicz)                    ganization                                                      Granat P, American medicine meets the American dream
   328:659 (N)                                                        — Australian contribution provokes dismay (B Burton) 328:486                328:349 (L)
— chronic fatigue syndrome, perceptions and beliefs compared             (N)                                                                Granath F, see Hall P 328:19
   with irritable bowel syndrome (R Raine, et al) 328:1354 (PC)       — developing countries lag behind on water goals (F Fleck)            Grann M, et al, Substance misuse and violent crime: Swedish
— hypertension, three and six months GP follow up (RV Birt-              328:972 (N)                                                              population study 328:1233 (P)
   whistle, et al) 328:204 (PC), 328:641 (L)                          — exchanging health lessons globally (T Richards) 328:239 (E)         Grant J, et al, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328.48
— Italy, strike over threat to break up state health service (F       — journals, fail to publish trials on major global diseases (D              (L). 328.1376 (L), 328.1377 (L), 328.1378 (L)( L
   Turone) 328:976 (N)                                                   Spurgeon) 328:1337 (N)                                             Grant P
— letters, views on (B Campbell, et al) 328:1060 (PC)                 — regular report will monitor issues (V Katikireddi) 328:728 (N)      — Physician’s Guide to Terrorist Attack (Books) 328:1022 (R)
— patient mortality investigation: and Shipman inquiry (MA            — Roll Back Malaria, failing campaign (G Yamey) 328:1086 (E),         — Working in New Zealand—a positive experience (The way I
   Mohammed, et al) 328:1474(PC)                                         328:1378 (L)                                                          see it) BMJ Careers 328:s187 (8 May 2004)



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Grant VJ, et al, Sex ratios in healthcare occupations: population       Hall P, et al, Effect of low doses of ionising radiation in infancy on   healing, Mother Teresa. Endpiece (N Goyal) 328:799
      based study 328:141 (P)                                                cognitive function in adulthood: Swedish population based           health, illness as convent. Endpiece (F Charatan) 328:1006
Gray A                                                                       cohort study 328:19 (P), 328:581 (L), 328:582 (L)                   health care services, four rules for reinvention of health care (E
— see Fenn P 328:417                                                    Hall SS, Merchants of Immortality: Chasing the Dream of Human Life             Coiera) 328:1197 (ED)
— see Maissi E 328:1293                                                      Extension (Books) 328:715 (R)                                       health inequalities see inequalities in health
Gray D, see Dixon J 328:223                                             hallucinations, elderly: Charles Bonnet syndrome (A Jacob, et al)        health policy, smoking, priorities: ABC of smoking cessation (K
Gray JD, Campaign to revitalise academic medicine 328:1377                   (Lesson of the week) 328:1552 (C)                                         Jamrozik) 328:1007 (C)
      (L)                                                               Halpenny D, Postgraduate versus undergraduate entry schemes              health promotion
Greenberg D, et al, Delays in publication of cost utility analyses           into medicine: the Irish proposals (News feature) BMJ               — pariah class (D Spence) (Personal view) 328:1141 (R),
      conducted alongside clinical trials: registry analysis                 Careers 328:s49 (31 January 2004), s149 (10 April 2004)                328:1380 (L)
      328:1536 (P)                                                      Halperin DT, see Shelton JD 328:891                                      — ribbon campaigns
Greenhalgh R, see Wong T BMJ Careers 328:s77                            Ham C, et al, Hospital bed utilisation in the NHS and Kaiser             — — development (R Coombes) (The Press) 328:589 (R)
Greenhalgh RM, National screening programme for aortic an-                   Permanente 328:584 (L)                                              — — making us loopy? (M Fitzpatrick) 328:588 (R)
      eurysm 328:1087 (E) (correction, 1486)                            Hamer AJ, ABC of rheumatology. Pain in the hip and knee                  health protection, sustainable development (JG Ayres, et al)
Greenhalgh T                                                                 328:1067 (C)                                                              328:1450 (E)
— Effectiveness and Efficiency (Books) 328:529 (R)                      Hamer, John, Obituary (D Chamberlain) 328:352                            health services
— Judgment day (Soundings) 328:1505 (R)                                 Hamilton, Allan, (K Chinthapalli) (Profile) BMJ Careers                  — Escape Fire: Designs for the Future of Health Care (Berwick)
— Land of the free (Soundings) 328:235 (R)                                   328:s146 (10 April 2004)                                               (Books) 328:1139 (R)
— The New Ethics (Soundings) 328:651 (R), 328:1018 (L)                  Hamilton, Guy Tancred, Obituary (WF Cavenagh) 328:409 (L)                — India, rural unqualified practitioners (S Kumar) 328:975 (N)
— Personal statement syndrome (Soundings) 328:1083 (R)                  Hamilton WT, et al, BMJ papers could include honesty box for             — Italy, doctors’ strike (F Turone) 328:976 (N)
— et al, “Not a university type": focus group study of social class,         research warts 328:1320 (L)                                         health services for the elderly see also elderly
   ethnic, and sex differences in school pupils’ perceptions            Hammond P, The Trouble with Doctors: Fashions, Motives and Mis-          — choice and responsiveness in “patient centred” NHS (DR
   about medical school 328:1541 (LP)                                        takes (Books) 328:55 (R)                                               Rowland, et al) 328:4 (E), 328:350 (L)
— see Boynton PM 328:1312, 328:1433                                     Hammond T, see Neil HAW 328:500                                          health staffing
— see Russell J 328:1174                                                Han KH, see Kim HC 328:983                                               — international recruitment policy (D Carlisle) 328:1218 (N)
— see Seyan K 328:1545                                                  Hancock, Percy Ellis Thompson, Obituary (T Hudson) 328:1322              — sex ratios: population based study (VJ Grant, et al) 328:141 (P)
Greenwood B, Treating malaria in Africa 328:534 (E)                     Handforth J, et al, Prevention of respiratory syncytial virus infec-     health status see also inequalities in health
Greer IA, Interactive case report. Treating nausea and vomiting              tion in infants 328:1026 (E)                                        — comparability of self rated health: anchoring vignettes survey
      during        pregnancy.      Commentary:        Obstetrician’s   handheld computers see also computers                                       (JA Salomon, et al) 328:258 (P)
      perspective-therapeutic trial and error? 328:504 (C)              — doctors’ experience in clinical practice (AS McAlearney, et al)        — England’s standards lag behind other Western countries (M
Gregson BA, see Mitchell P 328:1234                                        328:1162 (P), 328:1565 (L)                                               Gould) 328:10 (N)
Grieve R, see Wonderling D 328:747                                      — review (M Al-Ubaydli) 328:1181 (C), 328:1565 (L)                       — evaluating health effects of social interventions (H Thomson,
Griffin, Gilbert Vincent, Obituary (M Sibellas, et al) 328:587          Handoll HHG, Quality of randomised controlled trials 328:286                et al) 328:282 (ED)
Griffith, Iolo Wyn, Obituary (JP Griffith) 328:53                            (L)                                                                 health tourism
Griffiths B, Parents key to reducing overweight in children             hands                                                                    — ethical issues (E Borman) 328:60 (E)
      328:169 (L)                                                       — posturing and incidence of occiput posterior position at birth         — GP patients’ residency check (Z Kmietowicz) 328:1217 (N)
Griffiths C, et al, Specialist nurse intervention to reduce unsched-       (A Kariminia, et al) 328:490 (P)                                      health tsars
      uled asthma care in a deprived multiethnic area: the east         — unilateral fungal infection (S Jain, et al) (Minerva) 328:844 (R)      — comparison with Russian tsars (H Burns) 328:117 (E),
      London randomised controlled trial for high risk asthma           Hands-on guide to questionnaire research                                    328:407 (L)
      (ELECTRA) 328:144 (PC)                                            — Administering, analysing, and reporting your questionnaire             — survey of achievements: spin or substance? (K Burke) 328:126
Griffiths KM, see Christensen H 328:265                                    (PM Boynton) 328:1372 (correction, 329:323)                              (N)
Griffiths M                                                             — Reaching beyond the white middle classes (PM Boynton, et al)           Hearing SD, Refeeding syndrome 328:908 (E)
— Report writing (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s28 (17 January              328:1433 (ED)                                                         Hearns S, et al, The helicopter emergency medical service BMJ
   2004)                                                                — Selecting, designing, and developing your questionnaire (PM                  Careers 328:s133 (3 April 2004)
— Resolving conflict in the workplace (Tips on...) BMJ Careers             Boynton, et al) 328:1312 (ED)                                         Hearnshaw H, Comparison of requirements of research ethics
   328:s169 (24 April 2004)                                             Hankey GJ                                                                      committees in 11 European countries for a non-invasive
— see Maitra A 328:925                                                  — Informal care giving for disabled stroke survivors 328:1085                  interventional study 328:140 (P), 328:710 (L)
Griffiths S, see Yudkin P 328:989                                          (E)                                                                   heart arrest, vasopressin and, increases chances of survival (S
Griffiths SJ, et al, Different versions of Glasgow coma scale in        — et al, Aspirin resistance 328:477 (E)                                        Gottlieb) 328:128 (N)
      British hospitals 328:110 (L)                                     Hankins M, see Maissi E 328:1293                                         heart attack, continuing education and care (JH Tanne) 328:664
Grodstein F, see Logroscino G 328:548                                   Hanna L, see Bhopal R 328:76                                                   (N), 328:1077 (L)
Grol RPTM, see Laurent MGH 328:927                                      Hanney S, see Grant J 328:48                                             heart disease, congenital
Grosch EN, see Dougliss C 328:1481                                      Hanson G, Websites on screening for breast cancer 328:769                — monitoring interventions (T Treasure) 328:594 (E)
Grotto I, see Balicer RD 328:1392                                       happiness, confused father’s definition. A memorable patient (N          — survival after surgery or therapeutic catheterisation in UK
Groves T                                                                     Jefferies) 328:453, 328:712 (L)                                        children (JL Gibbs, et al) 328:611 (P) (correction, 997)
— see Alderson P 328:473                                                Harden A, see Thomas J 328:1010                                          heart diseases, ethnic groups, higher risk from smoking (L Ea-
— see Schroter S 328:658                                                Harden R, see Bruce D 328:687                                                  ton) 328:1397 (N)
growth hormone, uses and abuses (RL Hintz) 328:907 (E)                  Harding A, European and US groups draw up standards for                  heart failure
guidelines                                                                   CME 328:1279 (N)                                                    — exercise training meta-analysis of trials (ExTraMATCH Col-
— British Hypertension Society (S Laurent) 328:593 (E)                  Harding B, et al, Shaken baby syndrome 328:720 (E)                          laborative) 328:189 (P), 328:711 (L)
— chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (S Mayor) 328:1336             Hardwick, Linda Anne, Obituary (C Trotter) 328:409 (L)                   — general practice, socioeconomic deprivation: Scotland (FA
   (N)                                                                  Hardy JN                                                                    McAlister, et al) 328:1110 (PC)
— clinical behaviour changes by making guidelines specific (S           — Sickness certification system in the United Kingdom 328:461            — implantable cardiac defibrillator benefits (JH Tanne) 328:664
   Michie, et al) 328:343 (ED)                                             (L)                                                                      (N)
— grading quality of evidence and strength of recommenda-               — Tsars are the limit 328:407 (L)                                        — management in older adults. 10-minute consultation (A
   tions (GRADE Working Group) 328:1490 (ED)                            Harker N                                                                    Ahmed) 328:1114 (PC), 328:1378 (L), 328:1379 (L)
— spinal injuries, risk assessment after trauma (J Wardrope, et al)     — et al, Interactive case report, Treating nausea and vomiting           — management update. BMJlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:198
   328:721 (E)                                                             during pregnancy                                                      heart murmurs, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:1081 (R)
Guillain-Barré syndrome, isotretinoin users. Drug points (J             — — presentation 328:276 (C) (correction, 762, 1104)                     heart transplantation
      Pritchard, et al) 328:1537                                        — — case progression 328:337 (C) (correction, 762), 328:396              — false alarm rates and: case for hospital mortality monitoring
Gulf war syndrome see also war                                          — — case outcome 328:503 (C)                                                groups (J Poloniecki, et al) 328:375 (P)
— case collapses (C Dyer) 328:367 (N)                                   Harlap S, see Paltiel O 328:919                                          — Hamilton Naki (E Pereira) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s98 (6
Gulhati CM, Marketing of medicines in India 328:778 (E)                 Harnden A, see Symmonds M 328:227                                           March 2004)
Gulich M, see Dougliss C 328:1481                                       Harper P, see Young T 328:162                                            heartburn, helicobacter pylori infections and: Bristol helicobacter
Guly HR, see Smith JE 328:1426                                          Harper PG, see Bowcock SJ 328:1430                                             project (RF Harvey, et al) 328:1417 (PC)
Günalp B, see Turai I 328:568, 328:1075                                 Harrad R, et al, Treatment of unilateral visual impairment on            heat wave, mortality 328:50 (L)
Gunn J, see Hegarty K 328:621                                                preschool vision screening 328:348 (L)                              Heath I, Ten Minutes for the Family (Books) 328:961 (R)
Gunn SR, see DeWitt AL 328:1180                                         Harrington DP, see Joffe S 328:1463                                      Heath, Iona, BMJ ethics committee chairperson (A Ferriman)
Gunnell D, see Bennewith O 328:1108, 328:1440                           Harris JE, et al, Cigarette tar yields in relation to mortality from           328:246 (N)
Guppy MPB, et al, “Drink plenty of fluids": a systematic review of           lung cancer in the cancer prevention study II prospective           Heather BP, see Earnshaw JJ 328:1122
      evidence for this recommendation in acute respiratory                  cohort, 1982-8: 328:72 (P)                                          Hedges Team, see Haynes RB 328:1040
      infections 328:499 (PC), 328:957 (L), 328:958 (L)                 Harris R, see Griffiths C 328:144                                        Hegarty K, et al, Association between depression and abuse by
Gupta I, see Bhutta ZA 328:816                                          Harrison D, see Rowan K 328:924                                                partners of women attending general practice: descriptive,
Gupta PC                                                                Harrison J, et al, eds, Rebuilding Trust in Healthcare (Books) 328:54          cross sectional survey 328:621 (PC)
— et al, Smokeless tobacco use, birth weight, and gestational age:           (R)                                                                 Heintz APM, see Roovers J-P 328:108
   population based, prospective cohort study of 1217 women             Harrison-Woolrych M, et al, Drug points. Nose bleeds associated          helicobacter pylori infections
   in Mumbai, India 328:1538 (PC)                                            with use of risperidone 328:1416 (P)                                — eradication
— see Sinha DN 328:323                                                  Hart, Frank Dudley, Obituary (A StJ Dixon) 328:1501                      — — overview (B Delaney, et al) 328:1388 (E)
Gupta S, et al, Clearing your desk (Tips on...) BMJ Careers             Hart SL, see Mohr DC 328:731                                             — — effects on heartburn and gastro-oesophageal reflux: Bristol
      328:s58 (7 February 2004)                                         Hartley, Gillian Anne, Obituary (S Charles) 328:1570                           helicobacter project (RF Harvey, et al) 328:1417 (PC)
Gurung P, A memorable call. A house call in Nepal’s Himalayas           Harvey IM, see Harvey RF 328:1417                                        — gastric cancer risk and (POEM*) 328. (24 April 2004)
      328:806                                                           Harvey RF, et al, Randomised controlled trial of effects of Helico-      helicopter emergency medical service, career advice (S Hearns,
Gustafson DH, et al, Evaluation of ehealth systems and services              bacter pylori infection and its eradication on heartburn and              et al) BMJ Careers 328:s133 (3 April 2004)
      328:1150 (E)                                                           gastro-oesophageal reflux: Bristol helicobacter project             Helliwell P, Treating our own (Personal view) 328:1505 (R)
Guthrie, William ("Bill"), Obituary (Guthrie Family) 328:714                 328:1417 (PC)                                                       Helliwell TR, Human tissue bill has impact on professional
gynaecology, gender gap in undergraduate experience and per-            Hasan AS, see Khan SA 328:839                                                  examinations 328:898 (L)
      formance (J Higham, et al) 328:142 (P)                            Hawe J, see Garry R 328:129, 328:643                                     Helmerhorst FM, et al, Perinatal outcome of singletons and twins
                                                                        Hawe P, et al, Complex interventions: how “out of control” can a               after assisted conception: a systematic review of controlled
                                                                             randomised controlled trial be? 328:1561 (ED)                             studies 328:261 (P)
                                 H                                      Hawton K                                                                 Hemmelgarn B
                                                                        — see Bennewith O 328:1108, 328:1440                                     — see Entminan M 328:558
Haby MM, see Jureidini JN 328:879                                       — see Ryan L 328:1357                                                    — see Suissa S 328:896
Haegi, Marcel, Obituary (I Roberts) 328:899                             Hay AD, et al, 10-minute consultation. Acute cough in children           Hemminki E, see McPherson K 328:518
haemorrhage, bradycardia in (I Thomas, et al) (Lesson of the week)           328:1062 (PC)                                                       Henderson J, see Maitra A 328:925
      328:451 (C)                                                       Hay AE, Volunteer counsellors for supporting breast feeding              Hendriks VM, see van den Brink W 328:229
haemorrhagic stroke, blood pressure and ischaemic stroke: Ko-                328:349 (L)                                                         Hendry, William Garden, Obituary (H Caplan) 328:170
      rean study (Y-M Song, et al) 328:324 (P)                          hay fever, children, trends in prevalence of symptoms in British         Henein M, see Ashrafian H 328:300
Hafeez A, et al, Integrating health care for mothers and children            Isles, 1995-2002 (HR Anderson, et al) 328:1052 (P),                 Heng DMK, see Chow KY 328:195
      in refugee camps and at district level 328:834 (ED) (correc-           328:1380 (L)                                                        Henry D, see Drahos P 328:1271
      tion, 1236)                                                       Hay, John Duncan, Obituary (A Craft) 328:527                             hepatic colorectal metastases, fine needle aspiration (MS Met-
Hahné SJM, see Purcell B 328:1339                                       Hayes N, Endpiece. Time 328:1250                                               calfe, et al) (Lesson of the week) 328:507 (C)
Haigh, Philip, Obituary (A Burroughs, et al) 328:1570                   Hayes-Bradley C, Accident and emergency in Jamaica BMJ                   hepatic encephalopathy, non-absorbable disaccharides, system-
Haines TP, et al, Effectiveness of targeted falls prevention pro-            Careers 328:s183 (8 May 2004)                                             atic review (B Als-Nielsen, et al) 328:1046 (P)
      gramme in subacute hospital setting: randomised control-          Hayler T, see Fleming PJ 328:331                                         hepatitis, severe cholestatic hepatitis induced by pyritinol (V
      led trial 328:676 (P)                                             Haynes RB, et al, Optimal search strategies for retrieving scien-              Maria, et al) (Lesson of the week) 328:572 (C)
Hajat S, The Day after Tomorrow (Film) 328:1323 (R)                          tifically strong studies of diagnosis from Medline: analytical      hepatitis C
Hajnal A, see Kovac C 328:662                                                survey 328:1040 (P)                                                 — bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:1296
                                                                        Hayward R, What’s wrong with having more than one consult-               — transmission, carriers must be found and treated to avert
Hall A, see Zimmern RL 328:954                                               ant grade? (Personal view) 328:651 (R)                                 crisis (P Stephenson) 328:1031 (N)
Hall AJ, see Thomas SL 328:439                                          headache                                                                 Hermens RPMG, see Laurent MGH 328:927
Hall, Anthony William Inglis, Obituary (P Hall) 328:527                 — acupuncture in primary care                                            hernia, inguinal
Hall, Bruce, allowed to relocate (C Zinn) 328:66 (N)                    — — cost effectiveness (D Wonderling, et al) 328:747 (PC)                — after blunt trauma (F Goulder) (Minerva) 328:1446 (R)
Hall DMB, see Craft AW 328:1309                                         — — trial (AJ Vickers, et al) 328:744 (PC)                               — surgery, open surgery v. laparoscopic (S Gottlieb) 328:1033
Hall J, see Morritt AN BMJ Careers 328:s66, s87, s217                   — revised classification (R Peatfield) 328:119 (E)                          (N)



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— treatment (AN Kingsnorth) 328:59 (E), 328:403 (L), 328:404         Hop WCJ, see Hintzen RQ 328:287                                       Humphris G, see Ring A 328:1057
   (L)                                                               Hope T                                                                Hungary see also Europe
heroin dependence see also drug abuse                                — see Mitchell P 328:1234                                             — Roma woman claims sterilisation without consent (C Kovac,
— doctors accused of over-prescribing heroin (O Dyer) 328:483        — see Slowther A 328:950                                                 et al) 328:662 (N)
   (N)                                                               Hopkins P, see DeWitt AL 328:1180                                     Hunt IM, see Shaw J 328:734
— medical prescription to treatment resistant addicts 328:228        Hopkins SJ, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:48 (L),       Hunt S, see Bhopal R 328:76
   (L), 328:229 (L)                                                       328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                         Hunter DJ, Use of hospitals, physician visits, and hospice care
herpes simplex, valcyclovir (POEM*) 328 (27 March 2004)              Hoptiar V, see Sparén P 328:11                                              during last six months of life among cohorts loyal to highly
herpes zoster, mechanical trauma and risk of (SL Thomas, et al)      hormone replacement therapy                                                 respected hospitals in the United States. Commentary:
      328:439 (P)                                                    — benefits and harms: clinical decision analysis (C Minelli, et al)         Getting a grip on clinical variations in hospital services
Herskind AM, see Christensen K 328:1405                                328:371 (P)                                                               328:610 (P)
Herxheimer A, Treating major depression in children and ado-         — breast cancers and, stopped early (C Dyer) 328:305 (N)              Huq MM, see Mendis L 328:779
      lescents 328:525 (L)                                           — does not prevent chronic disease after menopause (C White)          Hurwitz BS, et al, Death of the teaching autopsy 328:165 (L)
Hettiaratchy S                                                         328:912 (N)                                                         Hussein, Saddam
— et al, ABC of burns                                                — false positive recall in NHS breast screening programme (E          — failure of ethics (S Jabbour) (Personal view) 328:115 (R)
— — Initial management of a major burn: I—overview 328:1555            Banks, et al) 328:1291 (P)                                          — medical examination should not have been broadcast 328:51
      (C)                                                            — where are we now? (K McPherson) 328:357 (E)                         Hussey S, Sickness certification system in the United Kingdom:
— — Introduction 328:1366 (C)                                        horses, Allan Hamilton (K Chinthapalli) (Profile) BMJ Careers               qualitative study of views of general practitioners in Scot-
— — Pathophysiology and types of burns 328:1427 (C) (correc-              328:s146 (10 April 2004)                                               land 328:88 (PC), 328:461 (L)
      tion, 329:148)                                                 Horsfield P, see Fernando B 328:1171                                  Hutchinson, Ursula Margaret, Obituary (M Ions, et al) 328:171
Hetzel J, see Hetzel M 328:1051                                      Hosker, Kathryn Jane, Obituary (J Thomas) 328:112                     Huxtable R, Assisted suicide 328:1088 (E), 328:1440 (L)
Hetzel M, et al, Reliability of symptoms to determine use of bone    Hoskins R, see Thomson H 328:282                                      Hyder AA
      scans to identify bone metastases in lung cancer: prospec-     hospitals see also National Health Service                            — Reconfiguration of surgical, emergency, and trauma services
      tive study 328:1051 (P)                                        — at night project (R MacDonald) (News feature) BMJ Careers              328:523 (L)
Heuberger S, see Purcell B 328:1339                                    328:s19 (10 January 2004)                                           — see Sadana R 328:826
Hewspear, David, Obituary (J Lester) 328:1138                        — heart attack, improve on “door to needle” time (S Mayor)            hypercholesterolaemia, statin treatment and life assurance
Hey K, see Yudkin P 328:989                                            328:1516 (N)                                                              (HAW Neil, et al) 328:500 (PC)
Heyes, Janet, Obituary (J Gillies, et al) 328:647                    — Lullaby (C Martin) (Art) 328:650 (R)                                hyperparathyroidism, minimally invasive parathyroidectomy
Hick E, see Livesey A 328:1262                                       — mortality league tables, influence of place of death (V Sea-              (FF Palazzo, et al) 328:849 (E) (correction, 1066)
Hicks NR, see Boyd PA 328:137                                          groatt, et al) 328:1235 (P)                                         hypertension see also blood pressure
Higham J, et al, Gender gap in undergraduate experience and          — preservation: where do we stop? (A Bamji) (Personal view)           — guidelines, Europe more flexible than US (JH Tanne)
      performance in obstetrics and gynaecology: analysis of           328:717 (R)                                                            328:1279 (N)
      clinical experience logs 328:142 (P)                           — specificity of hospital volume-outcome associations for surgi-      — management guidelines 2004 (BHS-IV)
Hill AB, see Doll R 328:1529                                           cal procedures (DR Urbach, et al) 328:737 (P)                       — — overview (S Laurent) 328:593 (E)
Hill KD, see Haines TP 328:676                                       — star ratings and clinical outcomes: ecology (K Rowan, et al)        — — summary (B Williams, et al) 328:634 (ED)
Hill P, see Worrall A 328:867                                          328:924 (P)                                                         — treatment, three v. six months GP follow up (RV Birtwhistle, et
Hill SE, et al, Mortality among “never smokers” living with          — Sweden, privatisation ban (J Burgermeister) 328:484 (N)                al) 328:204 (PC), 328:641 (L)
      smokers: two cohort studies, 1981-4 and 1996-9: 328:988        — working time directive, quarter of hospitals not ready (D           — US, lower cost drugs promoted (D Spurgeon) 328:539 (N)
      (P)                                                              Singh) 328:1034 (N)                                                 Hypertension Follow-up Study Group, see Birtwhistle RV
Hillebrandt D, et al, Toe frostbite treatment advice via web (Min-   hospitals, acute, methods for estimating rates of adverse events            328:204
      erva) 328:1210 (R)                                                  and rates of preventable adverse events (P Michel, et al)        hypnotism, Abyssinia. One hundred years ago 328:155 (correction,
Hillis WS, see McCann GP 328:63                                           328:199 (P)                                                            384), 328:155
Hilsum L, Rwandan genocide survivors denied AIDS treatment           hospitals, psychiatric, inappropriate admission of young people       hypocalcaemia, biphosphonate and (R Peter, et al) (Lesson of the
      328:913 (N)                                                         with mental disorder to adult psychiatric wards and paedi-             week) 328:335 (C), 328:1439 (L)
Hilton E, see Banks E 328:1291                                            atric wards (A Worrall, et al) 328:867 (P)                       hypochondriasis, cognitive behaviour therapy and (S Gottlieb, et
Hilton S, et al, Opening doors to medicine 328:1508 (E)              Hossain S, Reduce door to needle, not door to balloon, times first          al) 328:725 (N)
Hilts PJ, Protecting America’s Health: The FDA, Business, and One         328:1567 (L)                                                     hypoglycaemia, recurrence in diabetic patient after unexpected
      Hundred Years of Regulation (Books) 328:1080 (R)               Hossain SMM                                                                 renal failure (MS Parmar) (Lesson of the week) 328:883 (C)
HINARI, bridging global information divide (V Katikireddi)           — et al, Community development and its impact on health:                    (correction, 1170)
      328:1190 (ED)                                                    South Asian experience 328:830 (ED)                                 hyponatraemia, misinterpretation of serum cortisol in (JC
Hincks JR, see Walsh AM 328:1136                                     — see Bhutta ZA 328:816                                                     Smith, et al) 328:215 (C)
Hinduism, mythology and medicine (RR Varma) 328:819                  Houghton A                                                            hysterectomy see also abdominal hysterectomy
Hinshelwood, Gill, (A Arasu) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s126 (27      — Leaving your job: part 1 BMJ Careers 328:s93 (6 March               — cost effectiveness, laparoscopic v. standard (M Sculpher, et al)
      March 2004)                                                      2004), s208 (22 May 2004)                                              328:134 (P)
Hintz RL, Growth hormone: uses and abuses 328:907 (E)                — Leaving your job: part 2 BMJ Careers 328:s106 (13 March             — laparoscopic v. abdominal comparison with laparoscopic v.
Hintzen RQ, et al, Stress and exacerbations in multiple sclerosis      2004), s208 (22 May 2004)                                              vaginal: eVALuate study (R Garry, et al) 328:129 (P) (correc-
      328:287 (L)                                                    — Leaving your job: part 3 BMJ Careers 328:s115 (20 March                tion, 494), 328:642 (L), 328:643 (L)
hip, pain: ABC of rheumatology (AJ Hamer) 328:1067 (C)                 2004)                                                               — sexual wellbeing 328:107 (L), 328:108 (L)
hip fractures, guidance. Dr Foster’s case notes 328:1097,            Houghton M, Why a middle aged general practitioner sat the
      328:1568 (L)                                                        MRCP (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s156 (17 April
hip prosthesis                                                            2004)                                                                                             I
— flow charts on use of blood transfusions (U Müller, et al)         House A, see Bennewith O 328:1108, 328:1440
   328:934 (Q)                                                       Hovind P, Predictors for the development of microalbuminuria          Iboro J, see Barnish G 328:1511
— incentives to use prostheses (J Kmietowicz) 328:1091 (N)                and macroalbuminuria in patients with type 1 diabetes:           Igbokwe UO, Treating homosexuality as a sickness 328:955 (L),
— pyoderma gangrenosum after (JML White, et al) (Minerva)                 inception cohort study 328:1105 (P)                                     328:1261 (L)
   328:1386 (R)                                                      Howard R, see Pritchard J 328:1537                                    imaging, sustainability (E Picano) 328:578 (ED), 328:1201 (L)
Hippocratic oath see also ethics, medical                            Howell F, Ireland’s workplaces, going smoke free 328:847 (E)          immigrants
— The Oath: A Surgeon Under Fire (Baiev) (Books) 328:354 (R)         Hu Z, see Chen R 328:1380                                              — HIV and tuberculosis screening (R Coker) 328:298 (E),
Hirschel B, see Young J 328:15                                       Hudson C, Anecdotage may be associated with age 328:110 (L)              328:897 (L)
history of medicine, Moments of Truth: Four Creators of Modern       Hudson, James Ralph, Obituary (T Ffytche) 328:714                      — post-immigration refugee medicine (KM Adams, et al)
      Medicine (Dormandy) (Books) 328:1443 (R)                       Hudspith J, et al, ABC of burns. First aid and treatment for minor       328:1548 (C)
HIV see also acquired immunodeficiency syndrome                           burns 328:1487 (C)                                               immunisation, south-east Asia (AKM Zaidi, et al) 328:811 (C)
— China, free testing and treatment (N Koralage) 328:975 (N)         Huerta M, see Balicer RD 328:1392                                     implantable cardiac defibrillator, heart failure benefits (JH
— screening of immigrants (R Coker) 328:298 (E), 328:897 (L)         Hughes C                                                                     Tanne) 328:664 (N)
— testing, compulsory patient testing to protect doctor (T Shel-     — Career changer (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s17 (10 January            in vitro fertilisation see also Human Fertilisation and Embryology
   don) 328:304 (N)                                                    2004)                                                                      Authority
— witness learns status in courtroom (C Dyer) 328:1334 (N)           — et al, Health needs of women who have sex with women                 — human reproductive cloning claim provokes calls for interna-
HIV infections, stable partnership and progression to AIDS or          328:464 (L)                                                            tional ban (S Mayor) 328:185 (N)
      death in antiretroviral therapy patients: Swiss cohort study   Hughes D                                                               — infertile couples to be given three shots (C White) 328:482
      (J Young, et al) 328:15 (P)                                    — Disclosure of sexual preferences and lesbian, gay, and bi-             (N)
Hoare C                                                                sexual practitioners 328:1211 (E)                                    — Israel, new method (J Siegel-Itzkovich) 328:306 (N)
— see Adams T 328:871                                                — see Farrar K 328:1565                                                — Italy
— see Sanderson H 328:875                                            Hughes, Elwyn Trefor, Obituary (WJC Roberts) 328:772                   — — couple with genetic disease forced to implant IVF embryos
Hobbs FDR, Interactive case report. A 66 year old woman with         Hughes M, see Patel V 328:820                                                (F Turone) 328:1334 (N)
      breathlessness: case outcome. Commentary: An evolving          Hughes RAC, see Pritchard J 328:1537                                   — — new law (F Turone) 328:9 (N)
      picture 328:946 (C)                                            Hull A, see McCulloch J BMJ Careers 328:s216                           — Geeta Nargund, suspended consultant reinstated (C Dyer)
Hoch D, see Lester J 328:1188                                        Hull S, A memorable patient. Spiritual relief 328:815                    328:187 (N)
Hoddinott P, see Hussey S 328:88                                     human development index, tropical medicine, representation of          — sperm donor shortage predicted when anonymity goes (C
Hodge L, see Jenkins C 328:434, 328:1076                                  authors and editors (J Keiser, et al) 328:1229 (P)                  Dyer) 328:244 (N)
Hodkinson, Robert, Obituary (A Hodkinson) 328:170                    human experimentation, Useful Bodies: Humans in the Service of         — UK authority sets limit on number of embryos transferred (S
Hodson EM, see Craig JC 328:179                                           Medical Science in the Twentieth Century (Goodman, et al, eds)      Mayor) 328:65 (N)
Hoffmann, Bernard Leo, Obituary (BV Lee) 328:900                          (Books) 328:1207 (R)                                             India see also Asia
Holck PS, see Gertsch JH 328:797                                     Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority see also in vitro         — artificial feet (D Singhal, et al) 328:789 (N) (correction, 1301)
Holcombe C, see Wright EB 328:864, 328:1319                               fertilisation                                                     — asthma, traditional remedy challenge (S Kumar) 328:1457
Holdcroft A, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:46          — sets limit on number of embryos transferred (S Mayor)                  (N)
      (L), 328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                    328:65 (N)                                                           — cricket v. Pakistan: analysis of results (K Abbasi, et al) 328:800
Holdgate A, et al, Systematic review of the relative efficacy of     human genome, Nature Encyclopaedia of the Human Genome                   (P), 328:1500 (L)
      non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and opioids in the            328:172 (R)                                                       — drug industry, marketing medicines (CM Gulhati) 328:778
      treatment of acute renal colic 328:1401 (P)                    human growth hormone see growth hormone                                  (E)
Holdstock D, et al, Response to radiation incidents and radionu-     human papillomavirus testing, psychological impact in women            — girl birth and social stigma (A Salim) 328:1563
      clear threats 328:1074 (L)                                          with borderline or mildly dyskaryotic cervical smear test         — HINARI, lessons (S Kuruvilla, et al) 328:1193 (ED)
holidays, winter. One hundred years ago 328:387                           results (E Maissi, et al) 328:1293 (PC)                           — hospitals woo foreign patients (G Mudur) 328:1338 (N)
Holmes KK, see Shelton JD 328:891                                    human rights see also ethics                                           — Indian Medical Association wants off-label prescribing (G
homeless persons, families report high levels of depression (T       — boy treated against mother’s wishes (C Dyer) 328:661 (N)               Mudur) 328:974 (N)
      Villanueva) 328:1396 (N)                                       — Helena Nygren-Krug interview (G Watts) 328:730 (N)                   — jaw droppers (G Vaidya) 328:520
homicide see murder                                                  human tissue                                                           — kidney transplantation, trade arrest exposes loopholes (G
homocysteine, stroke recurrence (S Gottlieb) 328:307 (N)             — Human Tissue Bill                                                      Mudur) 328:246 (N)
homosexuality                                                        — — modified because of research needs (C Dyer) 328:1518 (N)           — pneumonia, amoxicillin treatment: three v. five day treatment
— Caring for Lesbian and Gay People: A Clinical Guide (Dosani)       — — new regulations are necessary (K Liddell, et al) 328:1510 (E)        (ISCAP Study Group) 328:791 (P) (correction, 1066),
   (Books) 328:469 (R)                                               — — research scientists’ warning (S Pincock) 328:1034 (N)                328:1566 (L), 328:1567 (L)
— disclosure of sexual preferences and lesbian, gay, and bisexual    — — research threat (P Furness, et al) 328:533 (E), 328:898 (L),       — regulations undermine health care: WHO report (G Mudur)
   healthcare practitioners                                               328:1203 (L)                                                        328:124 (N)
— — overview (D Hughes) 328:1211 (E)                                 — Transplanting Human Tissue: Ethics, Policy, and Practice (Young-     — rural unqualified practitioners (S Kumar) 328:975 (N)
— — clinical examination of patients (DC Riordan) 328:1227             ner, et al, eds) (Books) 328:469 (R)                                 — tobacco
      (P), 328:1567 (L)                                              humanitarian aid                                                       — — birth weight, gestational age and smokeless tobacco use
— evolution and (I Loefler) (Soundings) 328:1325 (R)                 — Sudan                                                                      (PC Gupta, et al) 328:1538 (PC)
— Sexual Orientation in Child and Adolescent Health Care (Perrin)    — — Darfur province (P Moszynski) 328:424 (N) (correction,             — — patterns and distribution of consumption (S Subramanian,
   (Books) 328:469 (R)                                                    762)                                                                    et al) 328:801 (PC), 328:1498 (L), 328:1499 (L)
— treatment: Britain since 1950s                                     — — "mass starvation” in Darfur (P Moszynski) 328:1275 (N)             — — use as dentifrice among adolescents (DN Sinha, et al)
— — oral history: experience of professionals (M King, et al)        — terrorism and, Robin Cook warns of threat to aid (L Eaton)                 328:323 (P), 328:958 (L), 328:1320 (L)
      328:429 (P)                                                      328:1154 (N)                                                        ineffectiveness
— — patients’ oral history (G Smith, et al) 328:427 (P), 328:955     Humber M, National programme for information technology                — BMJ theme issue
      (L), 328:956 (L), 328:1261 (L)                                      328:1145 (E)                                                      — — overview: absence of evidence is not evidence of absence (P
Hood C, see Bevan G 328:598                                          Humphries SE, see Neil HAW 328:500                                           Alderson) 328:476 (E), 328:1016 (L)



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                        HER-INE            13
 — — overview: anorexia nervosa management revisited (J Rus-            — better methods to recruit junior doctors (NRC Kumar) (The          John BV, A memorable patient. Avoiding a stab in the dark 328:392
      sell) 328:479 (E), 328:1075 (L), 328:1076 (L)                        way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s235 (12 June 2004)                 Johnson CA
 — — overview: aspirin resistance (GJ Hankey, et al) 328:477 (E)        — SpR posts (P Saha) BMJ Careers 328:s236 (12 June 2004)              — Paediatricians as child protectors? BMJ Careers 328:s208 (22
 — — overview: well informed uncertainties about effects of treat-     intraoperative mortality, surgeons’ break after death: attitude          May 2004)
      ments (I Chalmers) 328:475 (E), 328:1018 (L)                            survey and outcome evaluation (AR Goldstone, et al)             — Review of Hear the Silence 328:51 (L)
 — — overview: what doesn’t work and how to show it (P Alder-                 328:379 (P)                                                    Johnson EW, see Gertsch JH 328:797
      ton, et al) 328:473 (E), 328:1015 (L), 328:1016 (L)              Ions GK, Implementing guidance on hip fracture 328:1568 (L)           Johnston C, see Slowther A 328:950
 — — overview: why do doctors use treatments that do not work?         Iran see also Asia                                                    Johnston M, see Michie S 328:343
      (J Doust, et al) 328:474 (E) (correction, 1066), 328:1015 (L),    — earthquake, cold is main health threat (P Moszynski) 328:66        Johnstone E, see Yudkin P 328:989
      328:1016 (L)                                                         (N)                                                               Johnstone, Fred, Obituary (C Johnstone) 328:647
inequalities in health see also health status                          Iraq see also Asia                                                    Jokhi PP, see McLeod AA 328:1249
 — coronary disease, clustering of risk factors and social class in     — Khudair Abbas interview (F Fleck) 328:1280 (N)                     Jolley D, see Buchbinder R 328:321
   childhood and adulthood (S Ebrahim, et al) 328:861 (correc-          — Battle Hospital: Medics at War C4 (B Kirkup) (TV) 328:530 (R)      Jonas, Ernest George Gustav, Obituary (P Dovey) 328:291
   tion, 1104) (P)                                                      — surgical trainee’s tale (J Krysa) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers   Jones, Allan, removed from job for talking to press (J Lenzer)
 — ethnic groups, affirmative action (F Sassi, et al) 328:1213 (E)         328:s178 (1 May 2004)                                                   328:1153 (N)
 — heart failure, primary care burden and treatment: Scotland          Irby S, et al, Trigger thumbs (Minerva) 328:904 (R)                   Jones D, ed, Working with Dangerous People: The Psychotherapy of
   (FA McAlister, et al) 328:1110 (PC)                                 Ireland see also Europe                                                     Violence (Books) 328:1324 (R)
 — north-south divide in Great Britain: 2001 census (T Doran, et        — postgraduate v. undergraduate entry schemes (D Halpenny)           Jones J, et al, Doctors’ communication of trust, care, and respect
   al) 328:1043 (P)                                                        (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s49 (31 January 2004), s149              328:1318 (L)
 — poverty and                                                             (10 April 2004)                                                   Jones LM, see Doran M 328:1364
 — — benefit levels must increase to allow healthy living (L Ea-        — tobacco, smoke-free workplaces (F Howell) 328:847 (E)              Jones M, A memorable patient. Caring for those who refuse help
      ton) 328:366 (N)                                                 irritable bowel syndrome, GP perceptions and beliefs compared               328:1546
 — — cancers survival gap widens (K Burke) 328:599 (N)                        with chronic fatigue syndrome (R Raine, et al) 328:1354        Jones P, see Poloniecki J 328:375
 — US, ethnic report criticised (O Dyer) 328:308 (N)                          (PC)                                                           Jones RW, see Bingley PJ 328:322
infant development, South-east Asia, effect of maternal mental         Irvine DS, see Sharpe RM 328:447                                      Jones, Thomas Gareth, Obituary (N Martin) 328:1079
      health on infant growth in low income countries (V Patel, et     Irwin M, Am I breaking the law again? 328:1440 (L)                    Jong GW, et al, Marketing in the lay media and prescriptions of
      al) 328:820 (ED)                                                 ISCAP Study Group, Three day versus five day treatment with                 terbinafine in primary care: Dutch cohort study 328:931
infant milk formulas see also breast feeding                                  amoxicillin for non-severe pneumonia in young children: a            (PC)
 — continuing violations of marketing code (S Mayor) 328:1218                 multicentre randomised controlled trial 328:791 (P) (cor-      Jørgensen K, et al, Websites on screening for breast cancer
   (N)                                                                        rection, 1066), 328:1566 (L), 328:1567 (L)                           328:769
infant mortality see also mortality                                    ischaemic stroke                                                      Jorm AF, see Christensen H 328:265
 — New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton, low priority for mater-           — blood pressure and haemorrhagic stroke: Korean study (Y-M          Joseph SP, Healing in the valley of Jezreel (Personal view) 328:295
   nity services blamed (Z Kmietowicz) 328:1454 (N)                        Song, et al) 328:324 (P)                                                (R)
infant, newborn, persistent crying. 10-minute consultation (AR          — early risk of stroke after transient ischaemic attack (AJ Coull,   journals see also electronic journals; publishing
      Gatrad, et al) 328:330 (PC), 328:956 (L)                             et al) 328:326 (PC)                                                — fail to publish trials on major global diseases (D Spurgeon)
infection control, South Africa, health service must strengthen         — folic acid and, risk reduction (S Gottlieb) 328:247 (N)               328:1337 (N)
      measures (P Sidley) 328:366 (N)                                   — prevention, secondary prevention: benefit in normal blood           — general medical journal role (J Ana) (Personal view) 328:591
infertility see also reproduction                                          pressure (KW Muir) 328:297 (E), 328:896 (L), 328:897 (L)             (R), 328:1498 (L)
 — smoking and (Z Kmietowicz) 328:364 (N)                              Israel see also Asia                                                   — Grand Rounds (G Bognolo) (Journals) 328:353 (R)
infertility, male see also viagra                                       — army accused of obstructing medical access to civilians (O          — Transplantation and Dialysis, rejects article after marketing
 — varicoceles pathogenesis and treatment (J Sandlow) 328:967              Dyer) 328:1278 (N)                                                   objections (O Dyer) 328:244 (N)
   (E) (correction, 1486)                                               — healing in valley of Jezreel (SP Joseph) (Personal view) 328:295    — tropical medicine, representation of authors and editors from
influenza                                                                  (R)                                                                  countries with different human development indexes (J
 — Europe, stronger measures needed to avoid pandemic (R                — in vitro fertilisation new method (J Siegel-Itzkovich) 328:306        Keiser, et al) 328:1229 (P)
   Watson) 328:854 (N)                                                     (N)                                                                — whistleblowers, have editors got priorities right? 328:230 (L)
 — Flu: A Medical Mystery R4 (V Katikireddi) (Radio) 328:353 (R)       Italy see also Europe                                                 Juel K, see Christensen K 328:1405
 — structure of 1918 flu virus uncovered (D Singh) 328:368 (N)          — assisted reproduction: new law (F Turone) 328:9 (N)                Julian L, see Mohr DC 328:731
influenza vaccine                                                       — DIY paternity test (S Arie) 328:1275 (N)                           Jungmann EA, see Prime KP 328:524
 — children with diabetes (P Davies, et al) 328:203 (P)                 — doctors face criminal allegations over bribes (F Turone)           Jüni P, see Müller U 328:934
 — tackling next pandemic (RD Balicer, et al) 328:1391 (E)                 328:1333 (N)                                                      junior doctors see also doctors
 — US, shortage (F Charatan) 328:8 (N)                                  — genetics, law forces couple with genetic disease to implant all     — hours
information technology see also computers                                  their IVF embryos (F Turone) 328:1334 (N)                          — — fast forward? (C Douglas) (Soundings) 328:775 (R)
 — general practice: going paperless (DE Morris) BMJ Careers            — GPs, strike (F Turone) 328:976 (N)                                  — — hospitals not ready for working time directive (D Singh)
   328:s97 (6 March 2004)                                               — plastic surgery, reality show (S Arie) (TV) 328:590 (R)                  328:1034 (N)
 — national programme (M Humber) 328:1145 (E)                                                                                                 — — pressure mounts over European Working Time Directive
 — NHS national programme 328:1200 (L)                                                                                                             (T Sheldon) 328:911 (N)
informed consent                                                                                       J                                      — — trusts ill prepared for 58 hour week (K Burke) 328:484 (N)
 — boy treated against mother’s wishes (C Dyer) 328:661 (N)                                                                                   — — working time directive: final countdown (L Eaton) BMJ
 — central Hampshire electronic health record pilot project (T         Jabbour S, Fall of a dictator, failure of ethics (Personal view)            Careers 328:s229 (5 June 2004)
   Adams, et al) 328:871 (IP), 328:1437 (L), 328:1438 (L)                    328:115 (R)                                                      — interviews, better methods (NRC Kumar) (The way I see it)
 — doctors’ sexual preference disclosure (D Hughes) 328:1211           Jackson A, see Banks E 328:1291                                          BMJ Careers 328:s235 (12 June 2004)
   (E)                                                                 Jackson H, AIDS Africa: Continent in Crisis (Books) 328:1081 (R)       — "stop moaning": older consultant reminiscences (ZK Anwar,
 — medical records, relatives access to records of deceased rela-      Jackson M, Pain: The Science and Culture of Why We Hurt (Books)          et al) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s138 (3 April 2004)
   tives (AM Lucassen, et al) 328:952 (ED)                                   328:961 (R)                                                      — swapping on-call shifts (K Shokrollahi) BMJ Careers
 — research, and data protection (J Peto, et al) 328:1029 (E),         Jackson PR                                                               328:s137 (3 April 2004)
   328:1437 (L)                                                         — If it doesn’t work, stop it 328:1015 (L)                           Jureidini JN, et al, Efficacy and safety of antidepressants for
inguinal hernias, treatment (AN Kingsnorth) 328:59 (E),                 — see Davies SJC 328:939                                                   children and adolescents 328:879 (C) (correction, 1170)
      328:403 (L), 328:404 (L)                                         Jackson R, see Wells S 328:857                                        jurisprudence see also legislation, medical; malpractice
Ingvar M, see Hall P 328:19                                            Jackson T                                                              — boy treated against mother’s wishes (C Dyer) 328:661 (N)
inhalers                                                                — Downsizing (Website of the week) 328:590 (R)                        — Leslie Burke, GMC treatment withdrawal guidance chal-
 — insulin (SA Amiel, et al) 328:1215 (E)                               — Explicit ads seek to halt rise in sexual diseases (Ads) 328:412       lenged (C Dyer) 328:541 (N)
 — reimbursement restriction of nebulised respiratory therapy in           (R)                                                                — Rajendara Chaudhary, wins ’a3815 000 from BMA in race
   adults (S Schneeweiss, et al) 328:560 (PC)                          Jacob A, et al, Lesson of the week, Charles Bonnet                       case (C Dyer) 328:786 (N)
injections, coughing and pain reduction (R Dobson) 328:424 (N)               syndrome—elderly people and visual hallucinations                — child abuse
insomnia                                                                     328:1552 (C)                                                     — — court dismisses mothers’ appeals (C Dyer) 328:1219 (N)
 — Insomnia: Principles and Management (Szuba, et al, eds) (Books)     Jacob KS, see Patel V 328:820                                          — — parents convicted of killing to have their cases reviewed (C
   328:55 (R)                                                          Jadad AR, et al, What next for electronic communication and                 Dyer) 328:183 (N)
 — newer hypnotics no better than short acting benzodiazepines               health care? 328:1143 (E) (correction, 329:85) 328:1564 (L)      — — suspected mothers might be dealt with outside criminal
   (L Gibson) 328:1093 (N)                                             Jadoul P, see Donnez J 328:643                                              system (C Dyer) 328:425 (N)
insulin, inhaled (SA Amiel, et al) 328:1215 (E)                        Jaffa T, see Worrall A 328:867                                         — fewer care cases to be reopened than originally thought (C
insurance, health                                                      Jain A, Fighting obesity 328:1327 (E)                                    Dyer) 328:482 (N)
 — Netherlands, no-claim bonus? (T Sheldon) 328:660 (N)                Jain S, et al, Unilateral fungal infection of the hand (Minerva)       — GlaxoSmithKline executive may be reported to attorney gen-
 — statin treatment in familial hypercholesterolaemia and (HAW               328:844 (R)                                                        eral (C Dyer) 328:243 (N)
   Neil, et al) 328:500 (PC)                                           Jalil M, South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:839 (L)           — Gulf war syndrome, case collapses (C Dyer) 328:367 (N)
 — US, non-medical staff key role in access for uninsured (D           Jamaica see also Central America                                       — Roy Meadow
   Spurgeon) 328:1220 (N)                                               — emergency services: career advice (C Hayes-Bradley) BMJ             — — five cases of child murder to be reopened (O Dyer)
intensive care, colorectal cancers resection, intensive v. conven-         Careers 328:s183 (8 May 2004)                                           328:1154 (N)
      tional follow up: cost-effectiveness (V Reich, et al) 328:81     James D, see Thomas J 328:665                                          — — GMC charges over evidence given in child death cases (O
      (P)                                                              James J, et al, Preventing childhood obesity by reducing con-               Dyer) 328:9 (N) (correction, 209)
intensive care, neonatal, Marcus (A Cohn) 328:758                            sumption of carbonated drinks: cluster randomised con-           — mental competency, bill will set up court of prosecution (C
Interactive case report                                                      trolled trial 328:1237 (PC) (correction, 1236)                     Dyer) 328:484 (N)
 — A 64 year old woman with knee pain                                  Jamison, David George, Obituary (R Carter) 328:53                      — organ transplantation, thousands of families to sue over re-
 — — contents 328:1486, 328:1554                                       Jamrozik K                                                               tained organs (C Dyer) 328:184 (N) (correction, 384), 328:642
 — — case presentation (P Tugwell, et al) 328:1362 (C)                  — ABC of smoking cessation. Policy priorities for tobacco control       (L)
 — — case progression (P Tugwell, et al) 328:1425 (C)                      328:1007 (C)                                                       — resuscitation of disabled girl, Barts in High Court (C Dyer)
 — A 66 year old woman with breathlessness                              — ABC of smoking cessation. Population strategies to prevent            328:125 (N)
 — — contents 328:836, 328:884                                             smoking 328:759 (C)                                               Juurlink DN, see Mamdani M 328:1415
 — — case presentation (D Lowdon, et al) 328:698 (C)                   Janssen, US drug company targets state health officials (R
 — — case outcome (D Lowdon, et al) 328:944                                  Moynihan) 328:306 (N)
 — Treatment of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy                   Janssen ACJW, see Hintzen RQ 328:287                                                                  K
 — — case outcome (N Harker, et al) 328:503 (C)                        Jarman B, see Bottle A 328:1568
 — — case progression (N Harker, et al) 328:337 (C) (correction,       Jarvis MJ, ABC of smoking cessation. Why people smoke 328:277         Kaaijk EM, see Bayram N 328:192
      762), 328:396, 328:456                                                 (C)                                                             Kabat G, Effect of public smoking ban in Helena, Montana
 — — presentation (N Harker, et al) 328:276 (C) (correction, 762,      Jawad M, see Eccles R 328:957                                              328:1379 (L)
      1104)                                                            Jayasinghe S, Health in South Asia 328:1497 (L)                       Kabra SK, see Awasthi S 328:1567
internet see also email; Netlines                                      Jee SH, see Kim HC 328:983                                            Kahn RS, ABC of eyes: Injury to the eye 328:643 (L)
 — breast cancer screening, website presentation of possible ben-      Jefferies N, A memorable patient. Happiness is... 328:453, 328:712    Kaiser Permanente
   efits and harms (KJ Jørgensen, et al) 328:148 (IP), 328:769 (L)           (L)                                                             — bed occupancy: comparison with NHS and Medicare
 — colorectal cancer screening, advertising campaign on major          Jeffs D, see Anderson HR 328:1052                                       328:582 (L), 328:583 (L), 328:584 (L)
   search engine (CP Cooper, et al) 328:1179 (IP)                      Jenkins A, see Taylor D 328:404                                       — making NHS more like (D Light, et al) 328:763 (ED)
 — Cuba, health research (RJ Stusser) 328:1209 (R)                     Jenkins C, et al, Systematic review of prevalence of aspirin in-      Kale R, et al, Who should look after people with Parkinson’s
                                                                             duced asthma and its implications for clinical practice              disease? 328:62 (E)
 — depression, delivering interventions (H Christensen, et al)               328:434 (P), 328:1076 (L)                                       Kalman CJ, How would Britain cope? 328:571 (C)
   328:265 (PC), 328:1200 (L)                                          Jenkins R, see Mirza I 328:794                                        Kalra L
 — drugs, UN warning of internet drugs (J Burgermeister)               Jensen BR, see Hovind P 328:1105                                      — et al, Training care givers of stroke patients: randomised
   328:603 (N)                                                         Jewels C, et al, How to care for survivors of torture BMJ Careers       controlled trial 328:1099 (P)
 — future for links pages? (D Carnall) (Website) 328:1207 (R)                328:s123 (27 March 2004)                                        — see Patel A 328:1102
 — GMC child pornography cases (C White) 328:973 (N)                   Jiwa M, Older people and the “patient centred” NHS 328:350 (L)        Kamming D, An anaesthetist’s nightmare in North America
 — mother’s diagnosis of diabetes (J Bentham, et al) 328:133           Jorgensen KJ, et al, Presentation on websites of possible benefits         (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s188 (8 May 2004)
 — patients’ experience of cancer: qualitative study (S Ziebland, et         and harms from screening for breast cancer: cross sectional     Kamwendo DS, see Plowe CV 328:545, 328:1260
   al) 328:564 (IP), 328:898 (L)                                             study 328:148 (IP), 328:769 (L)                                 Kandela P, The strange world of private medicine (Personal view)
 — research ethical approval (T Greenhalgh) (Soundings)                job satisfaction, NHS staff: high (C Odigwe) 328:662 (N)                   328:355 (R)
   328:651 (R), 328:1018 (L)                                           Joffe S, et al, Satisfaction of the uncertainty principle in cancer   Kang JH, see Logroscino G 328:548
interviews                                                                   clinical trials: retrospective cohort analysis 328:1463 (P)     Kanga DRJ, see O’Connor JPB 328:45



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Kapil U, see Singh P 328:1498                                        Kilpatrick A, Resolving complaints BMJ Careers 328:s33 (24             — American Virgins: This World (TV) 328:292 (R)
Kaplan RM, Treating homosexuality as a sickness 328:956 (L)               January 2004)                                                     — Audit Commission tells trusts to improve if they want to
Kapur AK, ABC of eyes: Injury to the eye 328:644 (L)                 Kim HC, et al, Normal serum aminotransferase concentration               survive 328:974 (N)
Kapur N, see Shaw J 328:734                                               and risk of mortality from liver diseases: prospective cohort     — China to offer free HIV testing and treatment 328:975 (N)
Kariminia A, et al, Randomised controlled trial of effect of hands        study 328:983 (P)                                                 — GPs reluctant to cover out of hours work, survey shows
      and knees posturing on incidence of occiput posterior          King M                                                                   328:247 (N)
      position at birth 328:490 (P)                                  — see Smith G 328:427                                                  — Horizon: The Atkins Diet (TV) 328:234 (R)
Katan MB, Health claims for functional foods 328:180 (E)             — et al, Sexuality of health practitioners is complex 328:1567 (L)     — Rising child abuse complaints and paediatrics (News feature)
Kathane R, see Mehta R BMJ Careers 328:s273                          — et al, Treatments of homosexuality in Britain since the                BMJ Careers 328:s159 (17 April 2004), s208 (22 May 2004)
Katikireddi V                                                           1950—an oral history: the experience of professionals               Korea see also Asia
— 100 000 children die needlessly from cancer every year                328:429 (P)                                                         — blood pressure, ischaemic stroke and haemorrhagic stroke:
   328:422 (N)                                                       King’s Fund                                                              occupational cohort study (Y-M Song, et al) 328:324 (P)
— Diets and obesity (Website of the week) 328:234 (R)                — The NHS Improvers (D Singh) 328:542 (N)                              — scientists clone 30 human embryos (T Radford) 328:421 (N)
— Emergency team phone numbers should be standardised                — Niall Dickson interview (G Watts) 328:309 (N)                        Kothari S, An obstinate patient 328:1473
   328:481 (E) (correction, 884)                                     — Practice-led Commissioning (D Singh) 328:1396 (N)                    Kovac C, et al, Roma woman goes to UN claiming sterilisation
— Flu (Radio) 328:353 (R)                                            Kingsnorth AN                                                                without consent 328:662 (N)
— HINARI: bridging the global information divide 328:1190            — Treating inguinal hernias 328:59 (E), 328:403 (L), 328:404 (L)       Krach LE, see Stusser RJ 328:1209
   (ED)                                                              — see O’Reilly DA 328:968                                              Krause M, see Zendron L 328:629
— Horizon: Thalidomide: A Second Chance? (TV) 328:412 (R)            Kirk I, see Kirk P 328:1343                                            Kriel RL, see Stusser RJ 328:1209
— Increase in autism is due to changes in diagnosis, study claims    Kirk P, et al, What do patients receiving palliative care for cancer   Kristjanson LJ, see Kirk P 328:1343
   328:364 (N)                                                            and their families want to be told? A Canadian and Aus-           Kristo A, see Koivunen P 328:487
— National reporting system for medical errors is launched                tralian qualitative study 328:1343 (P)                            Krosnar K
   328:481 (N) (correction, 884)                                     Kirkbride P, I don’t like Mondays (after bank holidays) (Personal      — Could joining EU club spell disaster for the new members
— New regular report will monitor global health issues 328:728            view) 328:1325 (R)                                                  328:310 (N)
   (N)                                                               Kirkby M, see Ball C 328:347                                           — EU expansion will open patient floodgates, minister warns
— Pain: Passion, Compassion, Sensibility (Exhibition) 328:468 (R)    Kirke PN, et al, Impact of the MTHFR C677T polymorphism on               328:912 (N)
— et al, GPs need training and funding in caring for refugees and         risk of neural tube defects: case-control study 328:1535 (P)      — Six health workers sentenced to death in Libya 328:1153 (N)
   asylum seekers 328:770 (L)                                        Kirkpatrick M, see McAlister FA 328:1110                               Krous HF, see Harding B 328:720
— et al, Using physician assistants in the United Kingdom (News      Kirkpatrick, Mary Rose, Obituary (J Clegg) 328:171                     Krysa J, Mobilised to Iraq: a surgical trainee’s tale (The way I see
   feature) BMJ Careers 328:s69 (14 February 2004)                   Kirkup B, Battle Hospital: Medics at War (TV) 328:530 (R)                    it) BMJ Careers 328:s178 (1 May 2004)
Katona C, A perfect death 328:202                                    Kirkwood B, Making public health interventions more evidence           Kublin JG, see Plowe CV 328:545, 328:1260
Kavalier F                                                                based 328:966 (E)                                                 Kudva YC, The highs and lows of cardiothoracic surgery BMJ
— Quoting quotes BMJ Careers 328:s209 (22 May 2004)                  Kivimaki M, see Vahtera J 328:555                                            Careers 328:s118 (20 March 2004)
— see Abbs S 328:172                                                 Klass DJ, Will e-learning improve clinical judgement? 328:1147         Kumar A, see Soares HP 328:22
Kavanagh J, see Thomas J 328:1010                                         (E)                                                               Kumar B, see Lockwood DNJ 328:1447
Kawachi I, see Hill SE 328:988                                       Klein JH, see Young T 328:162                                          Kumar NRC, We need better interview methods to recruit junior
Kaye S see Stevens W 328:280                                         Klein R, The first wave of NHS foundation trusts 328:1332 (E)                doctors (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s235 (12 June
Keatinge WR, Author’s reply to letters on death in heat waves        Klitzman R, et al, Mortal Secrets: Truth and Lies in the Age of AIDS         2004)
      328:50 (L)                                                          (Books) 328:1080 (R)                                              Kumar S
Keech P, A memorable patient. Telling it how it is 328:918           Kmietowicz Z                                                           — Every breath you take 328:787 (N) (correction, 1104)
Keeley P, Pain (Books) 328:961 (R)                                   — Blair appoints Julian Le Grand as new advisor on health              — Much health care in rural India comes from unqualified
Keen J, see Deeming C 328:1389                                          328:1276 (N)                                                          practitioners 328:975 (N)
Keirse MJNC, see Helmerhorst FM 328:261                              — BMA is frustrated by pay award for doctors on old contract           — Traditional Indian remedy for asthma challenged in court
Keiser J, et al, Representation of authors and editors from coun-       328:663 (N)                                                           328:1457 (N)
      tries with different human development indexes in the          — British cancer death rates fell by 12% between 1972 and 2002:        — et al, Recent developments in fetal medicine 328:1002 (C)
      leading literature on tropical medicine: survey of current        328:303 (N) (correction, 494)                                       Kuruvilla S, et al, Digital bridges need concrete foundations:
      evidence 328:1229 (P)                                          — Campaign to revitalise academic medicine calls for radical                 lessons from the Health InterNetwork India 328:1193 (ED)
Kell MR, et al, Sentinel lymph node biopsy 328:1330 (E)                 thinking 328:1454 (N)                                               Kutt E, see Banks E 328:1291
Kell, Robert ("Robin") Anthony, Obituary (M Kell, et al) 328:960     — Companies offer surgeons incentives to use their prostheses
Kelly B, A career in clinical radiology BMJ Careers 328:s63 (14         328:1091 (N)
      February 2004)                                                 — Complaints against doctors in child protection work have                                               L
Kelly J, see Little P 328:1054                                          increased fivefold 328:601 (N)
Kelly M, see Subramanian SV 328:801, 328:1499                        — Data collection is poor because staff don’t see the point            labour see also caesarean section; pregnancy
Kelly S, see Welch E BMJ Careers 328:s238                               328:786 (N)                                                          — fetal fibronectin (POEM*) 328 (26 June 2004)
Kelly SP, et al, Smoking and blindness 328:537 (E) (correction,      — Editor of the BMJ to take up new post 328:1276 (N)                    — hands and knees posturing and incidence of occiput poste-
      997)                                                           — GM foods should be submitted to further studies, says BMA               rior position at birth (A Kariminia, et al) 328:490 (P)
keloids, scars and (TA Mustoe) 328:1329 (E)                             328:602 (N)                                                          — pregnancy outcome three years after previous operative de-
Kemm JR, Well informed uncertainties about the effects of            — GPs need help in spotting cancer symptoms, report says                  livery in second stage of labour (R Bahl, et al) 328:311 (P)
      treatment 328:1018 (L)                                            328:659 (N)                                                          — water delivery v. standard of augmentation for management
Kenchington, Noel Scott, Obituary (HM White) 328:647                 — GPs to check on patients’ residency status to stop “health              of dystocia in first stage of labour (ER Cluett, et al) 328:314 (P),
Kendrick T, see Little P 328:441                                        tourism” 328:1217 (N)                                                  328:767 (L), 328:768 (L)
Kennedy, John Alan, Obituary (A Innes, et al) 328:53                 — Higher numbers than previously predicted could be incubat-           Labour Party, vaccines purchase, cleared of fault (Z Kmietowicz)
Kennedy, John Thomas, Obituary (TM Paterson) 328:772                    ing vCJD 328:1279 (N)                                                     328:1034 (N)
Keogh J, see Kariminia A 328:490                                     — Low priority for maternity services blamed for deaths                Ladoyanni E, et al, Amenalotic lentigo maligna in woman (Min-
Kerin MJ, see Kell MR 328:1330                                          328:1454 (N)                                                              erva) 328:356 (R)
Kermode-Scott B                                                      — New centre is set up to promote evidence based surgery in the        Lagiou P, see Hall P 328:19
— Canadian doctors welcome public health initiatives in wake of         United Kingdom 328:1396 (N)                                         Lam M, see Birtwhistle RV 328:204, 328:641
   SARS 328:785 (N)                                                  — NICE advises against caesarean section on demand 328:1031            Lambert TW, et al, Characteristics of consultants who hold dis-
— WHO confirms avian flu infections in Canada 328:913 (N)               (N), 328:1320 (L)                                                         tinction awards in England and Wales: database analysis
Kernick DP                                                           — Palliative care services should have higher priority, says NICE            with particular reference to sex and ethnicity 328:1347 (P)
— Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:46 (L),                   328:725 (N)                                                         Lancet, MMR controversy, media survey (J Lyall) (The Press)
   328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                          — Prognosis for teenagers and young people with cancer fails to              328:528 (R)
— Is the NHS getting better or worse? 328:106 (L)                       improve 328:540 (N)                                                 Lane JA, see Harvey RF 328:1417
Kerr D                                                               — Psychological therapies recommended for eating disorders             Lange JH, Editors and their priorities about libel and fraud
— Of Struldbruggs, sugar, and gatekeepers: a tale of our times          328:245 (N)                                                               328:230 (L)
   (Ward round) 327:1451 (correction, 328:257)                       — Regulations are stifling development of new drugs 328:600            Langfield J, General practice 2035: 328:511
— see James J 328:1237                                                  (N)                                                                 Langley J, see Wells S 328:857
Kerr, James Wright, Obituary (B Stack) 328:1502                      — Reid reduces targets for NHS 328:363 (N)                             Langlois M, see Sandars JE 328:1564
Kerr S, see Liaw S-T 328:1566                                        — Report clears Labour party of fault in purchase of vaccines          Lannon CM, see Margolis PA 328:388
Kerrison S, et al, United Kingdom research governance strategy          328:1034 (N)                                                        Lantz PE, et al, Evidence based case report. Perimacular retinal folds
      328:50 (L)                                                     — Smoking is causing impotence, miscarriages, and infertility                from childhood head trauma 328:754 (C)
Kersley SE                                                              328:364 (N)                                                         laparoscopic hysterectomy
— ABC of change                                                      — Thousands of elderly people face abuse, says Commons re-              — cost effectiveness, laparoscopic v. standard (M Sculpher, et al)
— — A, B, C BMJ Careers 328:s47 (31 January 2004)                       port 328:971 (N)                                                       328:134 (P)
— — D, E, F BMJ Careers 328:s87 (28 February 2004)                   — Women aged over 40 who are at increased risk of breast                — laparoscopic v. abdominal comparison with laparoscopic v.
— — G, H, I BMJ Careers 328:s143 (10 April 2004)                        cancer should get annual mammograms 328:1515 (N)                       vaginal: eVALuate study (R Garry, et al) 328:129 (P) (correc-
— — J, K, L BMJ Careers 328:s198 (15 May 2004)                       — Women are being let down in efforts to stem HIV/AIDS                    tion, 494), 328:642 (L), 328:643 (L)
Kessler D, see Hamilton WT 328:1320                                     328:305 (N)                                                         laparoscopy, inguinal hernia (S Gottlieb) 328:1033 (N)
Keswick Jencks, Maggie, Ninewells cancer centre wins building        — Wyeth found guilty of paying to boost use of a specific              LaPorte, Ron, interview on “telepreventive medicine” (G Yamey)
      award (A Ferriman) 328:1453 (N)                                   medicine 328:1515 (N)                                                     328:1158 (N)
Keyes-Elstein L, see Margolis PA 328:388                             Knapp M                                                                Lapsley PM, Public involvement in health care 328:462 (L)
Khalpey Z                                                            — Timing of drug treatment is crucial 328:167 (L)                      Lau YS, see Yeung J BMJ Careers 328:s163
— et al, Cardiothoracic training in the United Kingdom BMJ           — see Kalra L 328:1099                                                 Laupacis A, see Mamdani M 328:1415
   Careers 328:s3 (3 January 2004), BMJ Careers 328:s118 (20         — see Patel A 328:1102                                                 Laurance J, Why newspapers cannot ignore maverick claims
   March 2004)                                                       knee                                                                         (The Press) 328:294 (R)
— see Lim E BMJ Careers 328:s78                                      — corticosteroid injections for osteoarthritis (B Arroll, et al)       Laurant MGH, et al, Impact of nurse practitioners on workload
Khan AR, see Hossain SMM 328:830                                        328:869 (PC)                                                              of general practitioners: randomised controlled trial
Khan KS                                                              — posturing and incidence of occiput posterior position at birth             328:927 (PC)
— see Abbasi K 328:800                                                  (A Kariminia, et al) 328:490 (P)                                    Laurent S, Guidelines from the British Hypertension Society
— see Chryssafidou E 328:839                                         knee pain                                                                    328:593 (E)
Khan SA                                                              — ABC of rheumatology (AJ Hamer) 328:1067 (C)                          Lavelle J, see Banks E 328:1291
— Compulsory screening of immigrants for TB and HIV                  — elderly woman: Interactive case report                               Law GR, see Smith AG 328:932
   328:897 (L)                                                       — — case presentation (P Tugwell, et al) 328:1362 (C)                  Law M, Screening without evidence of efficacy 328:301 (E),
— et al, South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:839 (L)         — — case progression (P Tugwell, et al) 328:1425 (C)                         328:521 (L)
Khanal S, see Dougliss C 328:1481                                    — — contents 328:1486, 328:1554                                        Law, Rhoda Rebecca, Obituary (A Law) 328:1264
Khaw PT                                                              knee prosthesis, effect of flow charts on use of blood transfusions    Lawlor DA
— et al, ABC of eyes: Injury to the eye 328:644 (L)                       in primary total hip and knee replacement (U Müller, et al)        — see Ebrahim S 328:861
— et al, ABC of eyes                                                      328:934 (Q)                                                        — see Song Y-M 328:324
— — Glaucoma-1: Diagnosis 328:97 (C) (correction, 762)               Knight, Francis Robert Stanley, Obituary (J Kilby) 328:1138            Lay-Yee R, see Wells S 328:857
— — Glaucoma-2: Treatment 328:156 (C (correction, 762)               Knight, Ian Cunningham Sinclair, Obituary (DC McPhail)                 Le Grand, Julian, new health advisor (Z Kmietowicz) 328:1276
— — Injury to the eye 328:36 (C) (correction, 762), 328:643 (L),          328:467                                                                 (N)
      328:644 (L)                                                    Knights, Peter Davison, Obituary (BS Cole) 328:467                     Le Roux C, see Park A BMJ Careers 328:s153
Khwaja H, Government to put extra ’a3100m into clinical re-          knowledge                                                              Leach R, see Lobstein T 328:1261
      search by 2008: 328:728 (N)                                    — Endpiece (A Panja) 328:446                                           Leacock, Sir Aubrey Gordon “Jack", Obituary (DH Harrison)
kidney failure, chronic, hypoglycaemia recurrence in diabetic        — only one good. Endpiece (Z Shah) 328:143                                   328:352
      patient after (MS Parmar) (Lesson of the week) 328:883 (C)     Koivunen PH, Adenoidectomy versus chemoprophylaxis and
      (correction, 1170)                                                  placebo for recurrent acute otitis media in children aged         Leaman AM, No time to train surgeons 328:1133 (L)
kidney stones, review (MS Parmar) 328:1420 (C)                            under 2 years: randomised controlled trial 328:487 (P)            learning disorders, health needs are neglected (C Shannon)
kidney transplantation                                               Kolbe, Anne, interview with (M Sweet) 328:70 (N)                             328:1517 (N)
— India, trade arrest exposes loopholes (G Mudur) 328:246 (N)        Kologlu, Selahattin, Obituary (PE Harris) 328:291
                                                                          ˇ                                                                 Leatherman and Sutherland, The Quest for Quality in the NHS
— Russia, doctors charged with planning to kill patient (A Os-       Koning J, see van Hilten JA 328:1281                                         328:106 (L), 328:107 (L)
   born) 328:1092 (N)                                                Koopman-van Gemert AWMM, see van Hilten JA 328:1281                    Leckridge R, Is the NHS getting better or worse? 328:107 (L)
Kievit J, see van Hilten JA 328:1281                                 Kopp A, see Mamdani M 328:1415                                         Lee CE, see Chow KY 328:195
Kiln MR, E is for equivocal in EBM 328:1077 (L)                      Koralage N                                                             Lee DJ, Sex on the Rates (Books) 328:1504 (R)



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Lee E, Abortion, Motherhood, and Mental Health: Medicalizing Re-        — Forever Young: A Cultural History of Longevity (Boia) (Books)                parison of controlled trials. Commentary: Indirect com-
       production in the United States and Great Britain (Books)           328:1504 (R)                                                                parisons: a novel approach to assessing the effect of anti-
       328:1022 (R)                                                    Light D, et al, Making the NHS more like Kaiser Permanente                      HIV drugs 328:253 (P)
Lee I-M, see Batty GD 328:1089                                                328:763 (ED)                                                       lung cancers
LeFanu J, et al, Patterns of presentation of the shaken baby           Lilford R, see Garry R 328:129                                             — mortality, cigarette tar yields and (JE Harris, et al) 328:72 (P)
       syndrome 328:767 (L)                                            Lim D, see Morton A 328:25                                                 — reliability of symptoms to determine use of bone scans to
left ventricular systolic dysfunction, exercise training meta-         Lim E                                                                        identify bone metastases (M Hetzel, et al) 328:1051 (P)
       analysis of trials with chronic heart failure (ExTraMATCH        — et al, The problems facing academic surgeons (The way I see             — stigma, shame, and blame experienced by patients (A Chap-
       Collaborative) 328:189 (P), 328:711 (L)                             it) BMJ Careers 328:s78 (21 February 2004), s149 (10 April               ple, et al) 328:1470 (PC)
leg ulcers, management (DA Simon, et al) 328:1358 (C)                      2004)                                                                 Luotonen J, see Koivunen P 328:487
Legge D, see Taft A 328:618                                             — see Khalpey Z BMJ Careers 328:s3                                       Luzzati R, see Rabinowitz I 328:501
legislation, medical see also jurisprudence                            Lim MWK, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:48 (L),              Lyall J
 — how to become a lawyer (N Callaghan) BMJ Careers                           328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                            — Alarm call over reality gameshow (TV) 328:173 (R)
    328:s215 (29 May 2004)                                             Lindon, Robert Lidstone, Obituary (P Lindon) 328:1264                      — Editor in the eye of a storm (The Press) 328:528 (R)
Legood R, see Maissi E 328:1293                                        Lindsay G, see Thomson H 328:282                                           — The rise and fall of the health glossies (The Press) 328:1444 (R)
Leibovici L                                                            Ling ML, see Chow KY 328:195                                              Lynch F, New school (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s48 (31 January
 — see Paul M 328:668                                                  linkage of disease control programmes, Africa (DH Molyneux, et                  2004)
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Leigh B, The future of clinical negligence litigation? Commen-         Linna A, see Vahtera J 328:555                                            Lyratzopoulos G
       tary: what’s the problem? 328:460 (ED)                          liposuction, metabolic benefits of weight loss (S Gottlieb)                — et al, How to manage your research and audit work BMJ
Leigh M, see Davies P 328:203                                                 328:1457 (N)                                                          Careers 328:s196 (15 May 2004)
Leinster, Sam, (F Lynch) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s48 (31             Lister, Jurek, Obituary (T Davies) 328:1322                                — see Kelly SP 328:537
       January 2004)                                                   literature searching, Medline, optimal search strategies for re-
Lelliott J, War Against the Weak (Books) 328:411 (R)                          trieving scientifically strong diagnostic studies (RB Haynes,
Lelliott P, see Worrall A 328:867                                             et al) 328:1040 (P)                                                                                M
Leningrad, long term mortality after starvation during siege of        lithium, motor vehicle crashes in elderly adults and (M Etminan,
       Leningrad: prospective cohort study (P Sparén, et al)                  et al) 328:558 (P), 328:895 (L) (correction, 1284), 328:896        Maboob S, Key points for overseas doctors to consider BMJ
       328:11 (P), 328:346 (L)                                                (L)                                                                     Careers 328:s250 (19 June 2004)
Lenzer J                                                               Lithuania see also Europe                                                 McAlearney AS, et al, Doctors’ experience with handheld com-
 — Bush plans to screen whole US population for mental illness          — EU membership (K Krosnar) 328:310 (N)                                       puters in clinical practice: qualitative study 328:1162 (P),
    328:1458 (N)                                                       Little P                                                                       328:1565 (L)
 — Cochrane proposes further limits on commercial funding               — et al, Importance of patient pressure and perceived pressure           McAlister FA, et al, Influence of socioeconomic deprivation on
    328:366 (N)                                                            and perceived medical need for investigations, referral, and               the primary care burden and treatment of patients with a
 — New Cochrane policy tightens limits on industry funding                 prescribing in primary care: nested observational study                    diagnosis of heart failure in general practice in Scotland:
    328:976 (N)                                                            328:444 (PC)                                                               population based study 328:1110 (PC)
 — Pfizer pleads guilty, but drug sales continue to soar 328:1217       — et al, Randomised controlled factorial trial of dietary advice         MacAuley D
    (N)                                                                    for patients with a single high blood pressure reading in             — Difficult Consultations with Adolescents (Books) 328:1443 (R)
 — Whistleblower removed from job for talking to the press                 primary care 328:1054 (PC)                                            — Patients, Power and Responsibility (Books) 328:54 (R)
    328:1153 (N)                                                        — et al, Randomised controlled trial of effect of leaflets to em-        — Rebuilding Trust in Healthcare (Books) 328:54 (R)
leprosy                                                                    power patients in consultations in primary care 328:441 (PC)          — What is the Real Cost of More Patient Choice? (Books) 328:54 (R)
 — steroid prophylaxis for prevention of nerve function impair-        Littlewood, Martin, Obituary (S Littlewood, et al) 328:1322               McAuley DJ, Different versions of Glasgow coma scale in British
    ment (WCS Smith, et al) 328:1459 (P)                               Liu D-K, see Li D-K 328:108                                                    hospitals 328:109 (L)
 — treatment (DNJ Lockwood, et al) 328:1447 (E)                        Liu E, see Devendra D 328:750                                             McBride SR, see Perrett CM 328:1292
Lesson of the week                                                     Liu EHC, et al, Rates of caesarean section and instrumental               McCabe C, see Wailoo A 328:536
 — Bradycardia in acute haemorrhage (I Thomas, et al) 328:451                 vaginal delivery in nulliparous women after low concentra-         McCahon D, see Murray E 328:437
    (C)                                                                       tion epidural infusions or opioid analgesia: systematic re-        McCann GP, et al, Surgery in asymptomatic aortic stenosis
 — Burns caused by steam inhalation for respiratory tract infec-              view 328:1410 (P)                                                       328:63 (E)
    tions in children (SM Murphy, et al) 328:757 (C)                   liver cancers, fine needle aspiration (MS Metcalfe, et al) (Lesson of     McCarney R
 — Charles Bonnet syndrome—elderly people and visual hallu-                   the week) 328:507 (C)                                              — see Vickers AJ 328:744
    cinations (A Jacob, et al) 328:1552 (C)                            liver diseases, aminotransferase mortality risk (HC Kim, et al)           — see Wonderling D 328:747
 — Misinterpretation of serum cortisol in a patient with hyponat-             328:983 (P)                                                        McCartney M, Screening must remain a free choice (Personal
    raemia (JC Smith, et al) 328:215 (C)                               liver transplantation, Your Life in their Hands BBC1 (G Bognolo)               view) 328:1023 (R)
 — Nalbuphine and slow release morphine (JE Smith, et al)                     (TV) 328:716 (R)                                                   McCaughey R, see McClure I 328:226
    328:1426 (C)                                                       Livesey A, et al, Implementing guidelines on sudden infant death          McCloy R, see Stone R 328:1115
 — Pacemaker induced ventricular fibrillation in coronary care                328:1262 (L)                                                       McClure I
    units (AA McLeod, et al) 328:1249 (C)                              living wills see advance directives                                       — Autism and Creativity (Books) 328:1139 (R)
 — Pitfalls in the diagnosis of phaeochromocytoma (L Zendron,          Livingstone AE, see Griffiths C 328:144                                   — The Oath (Books) 328:354 (R)
    et al) 328:629 (C)                                                 Lloyd EL, The good sports Samaritan BMJ Careers 328:s148                  — et al, Diagnosis of autism 328:226 (L)
 — Recurrent hypoglycaemia in a diabetic patient as a result of               (10 April 2004)                                                    McCollum CN, see Simon DA 328:1358
    unexpected renal failure (MS Parmar) 328:883 (C) (correc-          Loader SM, If it doesn’t work, stop it 328:1016 (L)                       McConnell, Richard Bonar, Obituary (T Bullamore) 328:111
    tion, 1170)                                                        Lobstein T, et al, Diabetes may be undetected in many children in         McCormack J, see Ramesh P 328:708
 — Severe cholestatic hepatitis induced by pyritinol (V Maria, et             the UK 328:1261 (L)                                                McCoy D, see Loewenson R 328:241
    al) 328:572 (C)                                                    Lock RJ, see Bingley PJ 328:322                                           McCulloch AC, Management of diastolic heart failure in older
 — Severe hypocalcaemia after being given intravenous biphos-          Locker T                                                                       adults 328:1378 (L)
    phonate (P Rajesh, et al) 328:335 (C), 328:1439 (L)                 — see Goodacre S 328:254                                                 McCulloch J, et al, Fatal accident inquiries and how to survive
 — Toxicity after intermittent inhalation of nitrous oxide for          — see Wardrope J 328:722                                                      them BMJ Careers 328:s216 (29 May 2004)
    analgesia (M Doran, et al) 328:1364 (C)                            Lockett J, see Duerden MG 328:168                                         MacDonald R
 — Useless and dangerous—fine needle aspiration of hepatic             LOCKSS, preservation of scientific record (V Reich, et al) 328:61         — All change at the GMC (Interview) BMJ Careers 328:s255 (19
    colorectal metastases (MS Metcalfe, et al) 328:507 (C)                    (E)                                                                  June 2004)
Lester H, see Shiers D 328:1451                                        Lockwood DNJ, et al, Treatment of leprosy 328:1447 (E)                    — The GMC view on how it can help overseas doctors (Inter-
Lester J, et al, Learning from e-patients at Massachusetts General     Loefler I                                                                   view) BMJ Careers 328:s254 (19 June 2004)
       Hospital 328:1188 (ED)                                           — Evidence based medicine (Soundings) 328:842 (R)                        — The highs and lows of cardiothoracic surgery BMJ Careers
letters                                                                 — Of evolution and homosexuality (Soundings) 328:1325 (R)                  328:s118 (20 March 2004)
 — copying letters to patients. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:733       — Prevention is better than cure (Soundings) 328:115 (R),                — The hospital at night (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s19
 — doctors’ views on clinical correspondence (B Campbell, et al)           328:350 (L)                                                             (10 January 2004)
    328:1060 (PC)                                                       — Weapons of mass destruction (Soundings) 328:531 (R),                   — Information for students with disabilities who want to enter
leukaemia, online discussion lists (JD Ramos, et al) (Infopoints)          328:770 (L)                                                             medicine (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s109 (13 March
       328:1177 (IP)                                                   Loewenson R, et al, Access to antiretroviral treatment in Africa            2004)
leuprorelin, slipped capital femoral epiphyses and withdrawal (E              328:241 (E)                                                        — Mentoring for doctors BMJ Careers 328:s179 (1 May 2004)
       van Puijenbroek, et al) (Drug points) 328:1353 (P)              logrank test, (JM Bland, et al) (Statistics Notes) 328:1073 (ED)          — Modernising Medical Careers and overseas doctors (Inter-
Levin M, see Fielder AR 328:1376                                              (correction, 1412)                                                   view) BMJ Careers 328:s256 (19 June 2004)
Lewars M, Sustainability of medical imaging 328:1201 (L)               Logroscino G, et al, Prospective study of type 2 diabetes and             — Modernising Medical Careers—what’s all the fuss about (News
Lewis DW, et al, Eye pads and smokers (Minerva) 328:964 (R)                   cognitive decline in women aged 70-81 years 328:548 (P)              feature) BMJ Careers 328:s139 (3 April 2004)
Lewis GH, see Maden A 328:1534                                         long-term care see also elderly                                           — New initiative to improve undergraduate teaching in acute
Lewis K, see Hilton S 328:1508                                          — choice and equity: lessons (C Deeming, et al) 328:1389 (E)               care (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s29 (17 January 2004)
Lewis R                                                                longevity, Forever Young: A Cultural History of Longevity (Boia)          — The New Consultant Entry Scheme (News feature) BMJ Ca-
 — et al, Rethinking management of chronic diseases 328:220                   (Books) 328:1504 (R)                                                 reers 328:s39 (24 January 2004)
    (ED)                                                               Lord of the Rings, quest (L Farrell) (Soundings) 328:295 (R)              — The PMETB interviews BMJ Careers 328:s223 (5 June 2004)
 — see Dixon J 328:223                                                 Lorenzi NM, Beyond the gadgets 328:1146 (E)                               — Postgraduate medical education and training board and over-
Lewis, Thomas Loftus Townshend, Obituary (T Coltart, et al)            Loudon MF, Continuing medical education: does “no evidence”                 seas doctors (Interview) BMJ Careers 328:s257 (19 June
       328:1570                                                               trump all? 328:1077 (L)                                              2004)
Li D-K, et al, NSAIDs during pregnancy and risk of miscarriage         Lough M, Review of instruments for peer assessment of physi-              — The Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board
       328:108 (L)                                                            cians. Commentary: “Soft” assessment—an oxymoron?                    (PMETB): the view from the top BMJ Careers 328:s103 (13
Liabo K, see Roberts H 328:512                                                328:1240 (LP)                                                        March 2004)
Liaw S-T, et al, Computer aided prescribing 328:1566 (L)               Loureiro A, see Maria V 328:572                                           — Prejudiced, poignant, pathetic, or publishable? BMJ Careers
Liberati A, An unfinished trip through uncertainties (Personal         Love T, et al, Use of healthcare resources in the last six months of        328:s119 (20 March 2004)
       view) 328:531 (R)                                                      life 328:1201 (L)                                                  — Update on improving working lives for doctors (News fea-
libraries, LOCKSS, preservation of scientific record (V Reich, et      Lovett JK, see Coull AJ 328:326                                             ture) BMJ Careers 328:s59 (7 February 2004)
       al) 328:61 (E)                                                  Lovitt CJ, Treating homosexuality as a sickness 328:955 (L)               — The way forward for non-standard grade (trust) doctors
Libya see also Africa                                                  low back pain                                                               (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s9 (3 January 2004), s118
 — AIDS, health workers sentenced to death (K Krosnar)                  — ABC of rheumatology (C Speed) 328:1119 (C)                               (20 March 2004)
    328:1153 (N)                                                        — epidural injections: effective? (A Samanta, et al) 328:1509 (E)        — What will happen in the United Kingdom when the 10
Lichterman BL                                                          Lowdon D                                                                    accession states join the European Union? (News feature)
 — A Physician Reflects (Books) 328:470 (R)                             — et al, Interactive case report, A 66 year old woman with breath-         BMJ Careers 328:s89 (28 February 2004)
 — Useful Bodies (Books) 328:1207 (R)                                      lessness                                                              — et al, Writing (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s147 (10 April
Liddell K, et al, The human tissue bill and the mental capacity bill    — — case outcome 328:944 (C)                                               2004)
       328:1510 (E)                                                     — — case presentation 328:698 (C)                                        MacDonald SE, see Birtwhistle RV 328:204
Liel Y, Screening without evidence of efficacy 328:521 (L)              — — case progression 328:758 (C)                                         MacDonald TM, see Donnan PT 328:1297
Lievre M, see Marre M 328:495                                                                                                                    McDonalds, Super Size Me (C Veltman) (Film) 328:1266 (R)
                                                                       Lowe GDO, et al, Britain’s failure to tackle research misconduct          McErin S, Writing a winning CV BMJ Careers 328:s225 (5 June
life, Endpiece (F Charatan) 328:672                                           328:229 (L)
life assurance, effect of statins treatment for familial hypercho-                                                                                    2004)
                                                                       Lozano JM, Treatment of acute pyelonephritis in children                  MacEwan T, see Mowat D 328:1262
       lesterolaemia (HAW Neil, et al) 328:500 (PC)                           328:957 (L)
life change                                                                                                                                      McGalliard, James Noel, Obituary (D Wong) 328:714
 — ABC of change                                                       Lucas P, see Roberts H 328:512                                            McGuire M, see Perel P 328:895
 — — A, B, C (SE Kersley) BMJ Careers 328:s47 (31 January              Lucassen AM, et al, Role of next of kin in accessing health               McGuire R, Blowing the whistle—safely BMJ Careers 328:s7 (3
       2004)                                                                  records of deceased relatives 328:952 (ED)                              January 2004)
 — — D, E, F (SE Kersley) BMJ Careers 328:s87 (28 February             Lucire Y, Constructing RSI: Belief and Desire (Books) 328:354 (R)         McIlroy, Malcolm, Obituary (A Craft) 328:527
       2004)                                                           Lucock M, Science, medicine, and the future. Is folic acid the ultimate   McInnes GT, see Williams B 328:634
 — — G, H, I (SE Kersley) BMJ Careers 328:s143 (10 April 2004)                functional food component for disease prevention?                  McIntosh, George Douglas, Obituary (AD McIntosh) 328:1205
 — — J, K, L (SE Kersley) BMJ Careers 328:s198 (15 May 2004)                  328:211 (C), 328:768 (L), 328:769 (L)                              MacIntyre K
 — multiple sclerosis and: meta-analysis (DC Mohr, et al) 328:731      Lundell M, see Hall P 328:19, 328:582 (L)                                 — see McAlister FA 328:1110
    (P)                                                                Lundgren JD, et al, Clinical efficacy of antiretroviral combination       — see Murphy NF 328:1413
 — multiple sclerosis exacerbations and 328:286 (L)                           therapy based on protease inhibitors or non-nucleoside             McIvor R, Ever been stalked? BMJ Careers 328:s113 (20 March
life expectancy see also mortality                                            analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors: indirect com-                2004)



16     LEE-MCI                                                                                                                                                                        January−June 2004
Mackay J, see Goldstone AR 328:379                                    — Colin Paterson, accused of misrepresenting child abuse evi-        masturbation, outcome indicator? (L Farrell) (Soundings)
McKee M                                                                 dence (O Dyer) 328:187 (N)                                              328:717 (R)
— Ethics review in research 328:711 (L)                               — John Roberts, suspended for removing wrong kidney (O               maternal and child health
— Surgical quality: review of Californian measures. Commen-             Dyer) 328:246 (N)                                                  — developing countries, effect of maternal mental health on
  tary: Not everything that counts can be counted; not every-         — Harold Shipman                                                       infant growth (V Patel, et al) 328:820 (ED)
  thing that can be counted counts 328:153 (IP)                       — — coroner’s system requires two people to verify cause of          — integrating care for mothers and children in refugee camps
— et al, The implications for health of European Union enlarge-            death (C Dyer) 328:727 (N)                                        (A Hafeez, et al) 328:834 (ED) (correction, 1236)
  ment 328:1025 (E)                                                   — — found dead in prison cell (O Dyer) 328:123 (N)                   — South Asia ready for change? (ZA Bhutta, et al) 328:816 (ED)
Mackenzie G, Sickness certification system in the United King-        — — GP investigation about high patient mortality after Ship-        maternal mortality see also mortality
     dom 328:461 (L)                                                       man inquiry (MA Mohammed, et al) 328:1474(PC)                   — developing countries, leading cause of death in girls (S
Mackey PV, Sickness certification system in the United Kingdom        — David Southall                                                       Mayor) 328:1152 (N)
     328:461 (L)                                                      — — cleared by GMC but faces new charges (O Dyer) 328:601            maternity leave, pitfalls and work (S Flynn, et al) BMJ Careers
McKiney B, see Chambers M 328:329                                          (N)                                                                  328:s167 (24 April 2004)
MacLaren RE, see Weir RE 328:585                                      — — media survey of doctors’ response (C White) (The Press)          Matheson, John Mackenzie, Obituary (M Williams) 328:467
McLearie, Matthew, Obituary (R Raymakers) 328:1138                         328:649 (R)                                                     Matheson NJ, see Symmonds M 328:227
McLeod AA, et al, Lesson of the week. Pacemaker induced ventricu-     — — misconduct charge over murder claim, verdict (O Dyer)            Matheson NW, Managing nocturia 328:1438 (L)
     lar fibrillation in coronary care units 328:1249 (C)                  328:1455 (N)                                                    Mattingly P, see Morris I 328:289
MacLeod J, see Calvert M 328:167                                      — suspensions of doctors (D Empey) 328:181 (E), 328:709 (L),         Mawdsley, Roger, Obituary (J Cunningham, et al) 328:1502
MacLeod, John William, Obituary (A MacLeod) 328:1382                    328:710 (L)                                                        maxillofacial surgery, career advice (R Anderson, et al) BMJ
Maclure M, see Schneeweiss S 328:560                                  — US, doctors debate refusing treatment to malpractice lawyers            Careers 328:s55 (7 February 2004)
McMahon G, Disrupting the student status quo BMJ Careers                (F Charatan) 328:1518 (N)                                          Mayne PD, see Kirke PN 328:1535
     328:s149 (10 April 2004)                                         Malterud K, Health needs of women who have sex with women            Mayor S
MacMahon T, Sexing up forensic medicine (Profile) BMJ Ca-                  328:463 (L)                                                     — Authors reject interpretation linking autism and MMR vac-
     reers 328:s88 (28 February 2004)                                 Mamdani H, see McClure I 328:226                                       cine 328:602 (N)
McManus R, see Calvert M 328:167                                      Mamdani M, et al, Gastrointestinal bleeding after the introduc-      — Bowel cancer survival rates vary across England 328:974 (N)
McMichael AJ, et al, eds, Climate Change and Human Health: Risks           tion of COX 2 inhibitors: ecological study 328:1415 (P)         — Cardiovascular disease threatens developing countries
     and Responses (Books) 328:1324 (R)                               mammography see also screening                                         328:1032 (N)
McMurdo M, see Lowdon D 328:698, 328:944                              — Sweden and Norway, breast cancer incidence during intro-           — Changing practice 328:248 (N)
McMurray JJV                                                            duction of nationwide screening (P-H Zahl, et al) 328:921 (P)      — Charity makes cancer gene freely available across Europe
— see McAlister FA 328:1110                                           managed care programmes                                                328:423 (N)
— see Murphy NF 328:1413                                              — can NHS learn from US organisations? (J Dixon, et al)              — Claim of human reproductive cloning provokes calls for
McNally N, see Kerrison S 328:50                                        328:223 (ED)                                                         international ban 328:185 (N)
McNeill A, ABC of smoking cessation. Harm reduction 328:885 (C)       — chronic disease care (EH Wagner) 328:177 (E)                       — Cognitive behaviour therapy affects brain activity differently
McNicol MW, Public involvement in health care 328:462 (L)             Manandhar D, see Bhutta ZA 328:816                                     from antidepressants 328:69 (N) (correction, 396)
McPherson A, see Chapple A 328:1470                                   Manaszewicz R, Websites on screening for breast cancer 328:769       — Coordination needed between primary and secondary care
McPherson K                                                           Manca A, see Sculpher M 328:134                                        for chronic diseases 328:1396 (N)
— Where are we now with hormone replacement therapy?                  Mann, Bertram, Obituary (J Naftalin) 328:1079                        — First stem cell bank in the world is opened in UK 328:1277
  328:357 (E)                                                         Mann JFE, see Marre M 328:495                                          (N)
— et al, Synthesising licensing data to assess drug safety 328:518    Mansfield PR, see Jureidini JN 328:879                               — Government task force needed to tackle obesity 328:363 (N)
McQuay HJ, see Mason L 328:991, 328:995                               Mant D, see Neil HAW 328:500                                         — Hospitals improve on “door to needle” time 328:1516 (N)
MacQueen R                                                            Mardon J, Telemedicine education in accident and emergency           — New guidelines aim to improve management of COPD
— Alcohol evidence and policy 328:1202 (L)                                 BMJ Careers 328:s45 (31 January 2004)                             328:1336 (N)
— Campaign to revitalise academic medicine 328:1377 (L)               Margetts B, see Little P 328:444, 328:1054                           — NHS improved emergency waiting times this winter 328:729
McShane, Charles Brian, Obituary (A Clarke, et al) 328:587            Margolis PA, et al, Practice based education to improve delivery       (N)
MacTaggart, Douglas Keith, Obituary (NR MacTaggart, et al)                 systems for prevention in primary care: randomised trial        — NICE gives guidance on use of new antiepileptic drugs in
     328:1382                                                              328:388 (PC)                                                      children 328:1093 (N)
MacWalter RS, see Ray S 328:896                                       Maria V, et al, Lesson of the week. Severe cholestatic hepatitis     — Open access could reduce cost of scientific publishing
Maddern GJ, see Metcalfe MS 328:507                                        induced by pyritinol 328:572 (C)                                  328:1094 (N)
Maden A, et al, Offending in psychiatric patients after discharge     Marik PE, et al, Meta-analysis of parenteral nutrition versus        — Pfizer will not apply for a licence for sildenafil for women
     from medium secure units: prospective national cohort                 enteral nutrition in patients with acute pancreatitis             328:542 (N)
     study 328:1534 (P)                                                    328:1407 (P)                                                    — Pregnancy and childbirth are leading causes of death in
Maduna PMH, see Mhlongo SWP 328:523                                   Marinkovic SP                                                          teenage girls in developing countries 328:1152 (N)
Mæhlen J, see Zahl P-H 328:921                                        — et al, Managing nocturia 328:1063 (C), 328:1438 (L)                — Report warns of continuing violations of code on breast milk
Mage G, see Canis MJ 328:642                                          — see Gillen LM 328:1438                                               substitute marketing 328:1218 (N)
Magidson, Oscar, Obituary (DM Krikler) 328:112                        Marks GB, see Toelle BG 328:386                                      — Reports show management of CHD has improved 328:544
Maglione M, see Chang JT 328:680                                      Marks N                                                                (N)
magnetic resonance imaging, whole body (SJ Eustace, et al)            — Crisis? What crisis? (The Press) 328:648 (R)                       — Research bodies disappointed by decision to cancel primate
     328:1387 (E)                                                     — Fast and furious (The Press) 328:174 (R)                             research laboratory 328:306 (N)
Magos A, et al, Handheld computers in clinical practice 328:1565      Marmor, Judd, Obituary (JH Tanne) 328:466                            — Researchers decode gene sequences for chromosomes 13
     (L)                                                              Marmot MG, Evidence based policy or policy based evidence?             and 19: 328:853 (N)
Maguire H, see Jewels C BMJ Careers 328:s123                               328.906 (E), ’a31202 (L) 328:1203 (L)                           — Responses of black patients and white patients to antihyper-
Mahabir, Deepak, Obituary (M Gulliford) 328:714                       Marre M, et al, Effects of low dose ramipril on cardiovascular and     tensive drugs are similar, study shows 328:602 (N)
Mahaffey PJ, Advice on ganglions is flawed 328:1262 (L)                    renal outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes and raised      — Saline has similar effect to albumin in critically ill patients
Mahajan AL, Diagnosing cardiac chest pain 328:1001                         excretion of urinary albumin: randomised, double blind,           328:852 (N)
Mahajan KC, South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:837                placebo controlled trial (the DIABHYCAR study) 328:495          — Squeezing academic research into a commercial straitjacket
     (L)                                                                   (PC) (correction, 686)                                            328:1036 (N)
mailing lists, critical care, growth of online forum (AL DeWitt, et   Marrett, Henry Rex, Obituary (RE Shaw, et al) 328:587                — Three quarters of young adults risk skin cancer by seeking
     al) 328:1180 (IP)                                                marriage, did my wife elope with someone else? A memorable             suntan 328:786 (N)
Maio HA, Evidence base: rock of certainty or shifting sands?               conversation (W Misaki) (W Misaki) 328:29                       — UK authority sets limit on number of embryos transferred
     328:1203 (L)                                                     Marrin ML, see Norman GR 328:999                                       328:65 (N)
Maisonneuve H, et al, Britain’s failure to tackle research miscon-    Marriott J, see Fletcher J 328:1437                                  — Universities review subscriptions to journal “package deals”
     duct 328:229 (L)                                                 Marsh P, see Farrar K 328:1565                                         as costs rise 328:68 (N)
Maissi E, et al, Psychological impact of human papillomavirus         Marshall M, The Challenge for Primary Care (Books) 328:233 (R)       — University fee changes may deter poor students from study-
     testing in women with borderline or mildly dyskaryotic           Marshall T, When measurements are misleading: modelling the            ing medicine 328:128 (N), 328:712 (L)
     cervical smear test results: cross sectional questionnaire            effects of blood pressure misclassification in the English      Mazairac G, Road Trauma, a socially accepted horror movie
     study 328:1293 (PC)                                                   population 328:933 (PC)                                              (Personal view) 328:903 (R)
Maitra A, et al, Pertussis vaccination in infancy and asthma or       Marshall TP                                                          Meadow, Roy
     allergy in later childhood: birth cohort study 328:925 (P)       — Coronary heart disease prevention: insights from modelling         — five cases of child murder to be reopened (O Dyer) 328:1154
Makin C, see Farrar K 328:1565                                          incremental cost effectiveness 327:1264 (PC) (correction,            (N)
malaria                                                                 328:209 328:405 (L)                                                — GMC charges over evidence given in child death cases (O
— Africa                                                              — If it doesn’t work, stop it 328:1015 (L)                             Dyer) 328:9 (N) (correction, 209)
— — treatment (B Greenwood) 328:534 (E)                               Marteau TM, see Maissi E 328:1293                                    Meagher T, see Briley DP 328:1135
— — WHO urges more effective medicines (G Yamey) 328:1033             Martin C, Lullaby (Art) 328:650 (R)                                  Meara J, et al, Ionising radiation in infancy and adult cognitive
     (N)                                                              Martyn C, What Price Better Health? 328:1140 (R)                          function 328:581 (L)
— health agencies end in-fighting (G Yamey) 328:1095 (N)              Maruthachalam K, Applying for research posts (Tips on...) BMJ        measles, mumps and rubella vaccine
— newer drug combinations (G Barnish, et al) 328:1511 (E)                  Careers 328:s209 (22 May 2004)                                  — autism and
— Roll Back Malaria, failing global health campaign (G Yamey)         Marvin C, see Rich A BMJ Careers 328:s264                            — — authors reject interpretation (S Mayor) 328:602 (N)
  328:1086 (E), 328:1378 (L)                                          Marwick C                                                            — — Evan Harris raises new allegations (A Ferriman) 328:726
— severe life threatening malaria in endemic areas (A Omari, et       — Federal funding for comparative drug studies not in US                  (N)
  al) (Extracts from “Clinical Evidence Concise") 328:154 (C)           budget 328:603 (N)                                                 — — Lancet media survey (J Lyall) (The Press) 328:528 (R)
— WHO accused of malpractice (G Yamey) 328:183 (N)                    — Mother accused of murder after refusing caesarean section          — — media scare (G Watts) (The Press) 328:773 (R)
Malawi see also Africa                                                  328:663 (N)                                                        — — no connection found (S Gottlieb) 328:421 (N)
— malaria, sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine sustained efficacy (CV           Marx, Gertie, Obituary (J Lenzer) 328:586                            — — pressure mounts for inquiry (C Dyer) 328:483 (N)
  Plowe, et al) 328:545 (P) (correction, 762), 328:1259 (L),          Maskalyk J, Benetton team designs WHO’s road safety posters          — Hear the Silence 328:50 (L), 328:51 (L)
  328:1260 (L)                                                             (ads) 328:902 (R)                                               Médecins Sans Frontières
— Rashid Gatrad (P Cross) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s68 (14           Mason L                                                              — Afghanistan work suspended after staff killed (T Sheldon)
  February 2004)                                                      — et al, Systematic review of topical capsaicin for the treatment      328:1398 (N)
Mali see also Africa                                                    of chronic pain 328:991 (PC)                                       — DOTS tuberculosis policy criticised (G Mudur) 328:784 (N)
— human trafficking and health (J Busza, et al) 328:1369 (ED)         — et al, Systematic review of topical rubefacients containing        — Morten Rostrop interview (T Sheldon) 328:426 (N)
malignant mesothelioma, after chest drain (A Diacon, et al)             salicylates for the treatment of acute and chronic pain            medical audit
     (Minerva) 328:116 (R)                                              328:995 (PC)                                                       — congenital heart disease, survival after surgery or therapeutic
Mallet ML, Hospital bed utilisation in the NHS and Kaiser             Mason S                                                                catheterisation in UK children (JL Gibbs, et al) 328:611 (P)
     Permanente 328:584 (L)                                           — see Garry R 328:129                                                  (correction, 997)
Mallick N, see Lambert TW 328:1347                                    — see Sculpher M 328:134                                             — project management (G Lyratzopoulos, et al) BMJ Careers
Malnick S, et al, Folic acid as ultimate in disease prevention        mass media                                                             328:s196 (15 May 2004)
     328:769 (L)                                                      — Naomi Campbell, privacy: new model (C Dyer) (The Press)            medical records
malpractice see also jurisprudence                                      328:1265 (R)                                                       — central Hampshire electronic health record pilot project
— Christopher Cheetham, paediatrician cleared (C Dyer)                — how PR firms use research to sell products (P Boynton, et al)      — — data protection and consent (T Adams, et al) 328:871 (IP),
  328:1035 (N)                                                          (The Press) 328:530 (R)                                                 328:1437 (L), 328:1438 (L)
                                                                      — media hype? not as bad as seems (D Spurgeon) (The Press)           — — patient care evaluation and secondary analysis (H Sander-
— Patrick Cosgrove, suspended for undermining patients’ trust           328:1140 (R)                                                            son, et al) 328:875 (IP)
  in treatment (O Dyer) 328:1516 (N)                                  — Michael Mosley (B Chapman) (Profile) BMJ Careers                   — clinician’s perspective and patient care (SH Walsh) 328:1184
— Michael Curtis, cleared over failure to spot signs of abuse (O        328:s129 (27 March 2004)                                             (C)
  Dyer) 328:186 (N)                                                   — survey of interest in Sierra Leone crisis (N Marks) (The Press)    — diabetes mellitus, patient experience with support pro-
— doctors accused of over-prescribing heroin (O Dyer) 328:483           328:648 (R)                                                          gramme based on a interactive electronic medical record (JD
  (N)                                                                 — working in the media                                                 Ralston, et al) 328:1159 (P)
— Manesh Goel, suspended for removing wrong kidney (O                 — — 1: options for doctors (G Easton) BMJ Careers 328:s127           — role of next of kin in accessing health records of deceased
  Dyer) 328:246 (N)                                                        (27 March 2004)                                                   relatives (AM Lucassen, et al) 328:952 (ED)
— Geeta Nargund, suspended consultant reinstated (C Dyer)             — — 2: getting foot in door (G Easton) BMJ Careers 328:s135 (3       Medical Research Council see also research
  328:187 (N)                                                              April 2004)                                                     — Colin Blakemore, threatens to resign over honours debacle
— Richard Neale, GMC regrets failure to act on police warning         — — 3: getting message across (G Easton) BMJ Careers                   (R Dobson) 328:7 (N)
  (O Dyer) 328:1035 (N)                                                    328:s144 (10 April 2004), s209 (22 May 2004)                    Medline, optimal search strategies for retrieving scientifically
— NHS staff should inform patients of negligent acts 328:407          Massachusetts General Hospital, learning from e-patients (J               strong diagnostic studies (RB Haynes, et al) 328:1040 (P)
  (L)                                                                      Lester, et al) 328:1188 (ED)                                    Medow MA, see McAlearney AS 328:1162



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                   MAC-MED             17
meetings, GP ineffectiveness (K Barraclough) (Soundings)             Mitchell AJ, Hospital management of self harm in adults in            Moszynski P
      328:903 (R)                                                         England 328:1440 (L)                                             — Cold is the main health threat after the Bam earthquake
Meguid MM, Validity of Canadian studies 328:465 (L)                  Mitchell D, The Return of the White Plague (Books) 328:1206 (R)         328:66 (N)
Mehrotra, Tarun Kumar, Obituary (I Tiwari) 328:53                    Mitchell, Geoffrey, Obituary (S Ungar) 328:1264                       — Crisis in western Sudan is delaying help for south of country
Mehta R, et al, Adapting to British culture (Advice) BMJ Careers     Mitchell H, ABC of sexually transmitted infections. Vaginal             328:1456 (N)
      328:s273 (19 June 2004)                                             discharge—causes, diagnosis, and treatment 328:1306 (C)          — Darfur teetering “on the verge of mass starvation” 328:1275
melanoma                                                             Mitchell P                                                              (N)
— sentinel node biopsy (RM Kell, et al) 328:1330 (E)                 — et al, Regional differences in outcome from subarachnoid            — Girls in southern Sudan are more likely to die in childbirth
— unfinished trip through uncertainties (A Liberati) (Personal         haemorrhage: comparative audit 328:1234 (P)                           than complete primary school 328:1514 (N)
  view) 328:531 (R)                                                  — see Kelly SP 328:537                                                — Officials warn of looming humanitarian crisis in Darfur prov-
Melbourn A, see Kalra L 328:1099                                     — see Venkatramani J 328:625                                            ince of Sudan 328:424 (N) (correction, 762)
Melbye M, see Benn CS 328:1223                                       Moayyedi P, see Delaney B 328:1388                                    — Pain control often neglected in war areas 328:1398 (N)
Mellows H, see Bowen-Simpkins P BMJ Careers 328:s56                  mobile phones                                                         motorcycles, rider conspicuity and crash related injury (S Wells,
memory, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:56 (R)                  — cancer risk is unclear (C White) 328:124 (N)                             et al) 328:857 (P)
men, sexually transmitted infections: ABC of sexually transmitted    — Cellular Phones, Public Fears, and a culture of precaution (Bur-    Moulton B, Save European research campaign 328:286 (L),
      infections (J Richens) 328:1251 (C)                              gess) (Books) 328:292 (R)                                                328:522 (L)
Ménard J, see Marre M 328:495                                        Modernising Medical Careers                                           mountaineering, medicine (E Welch) BMJ Careers 328:s57 (7
Mendelow AD, see Mitchell P 328:1234                                 — doctors’ opinions (R MacDonald) (News feature) BMJ Ca-                   February 2004)
Mendis L, et al, Postgraduate medical education in South Asia          reers 328:s139 (3 April 2004)                                       mouth, palatal surgical emphysema from blast (RS Williams, et
      328:779 (E)                                                    — general practice foundation programmes (R Duncan) BMJ                    al) (Minerva) 328:236
meningococcal infections, antibiotics, prevention effectiveness:       Careers 328:s193 (15 May 2004)                                      Mouton Y, see Yazdanpanah Y 328:249
      systematic review (B Purcell, et al) 328:1339 (P)              — overseas doctors and (R MacDonald) (Interview) BMJ Ca-              Mowat D, et al, CSM warning on atypical psychotics and stroke
Menken M, see Kale R 328:63                                            reers 328:s256 (19 June 2004)                                            may be detrimental for dementia 328:1262 (L)
Menkes DB, see Jureidini JN 328:879                                  Mogey, George Alexander, Obituary (JL Duncan) 328:960                 Moynihan R
Menon D, A lesson on sustainable living 328:567                      Mohammed A, et al, Vitiligo at site of minor trauma (Minerva)         — Controversial disease dropped from Prozac product infor-
Menon DK, see Liddell K 328:1510                                          328:1326 (R)                                                       mation 328:365 (N)
menopause, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, dropped from             Mohammed F, Preparing for a consultant ward round (Tips on...)        — Drug company targets US state health officials 328:306 (N)
      Prozac product information (R Moynihan) 328:365 (N)                 BMJ Careers 328:s18 (10 January 2004)                            — Drug spending in North America rose by 11% in 2003:
menorrhagia                                                          Mohammed MA, et al, An investigation into general practition-           328:727 (N)
— bmjlearning.com (G Yamey) 328:1199                                      ers associated with high patient mortality flagged up            — FDA advisory panel calls for suicide warnings over new de-
— progesterone IUD (POEM*) 328 (19 June 2004)                             through the Shipman inquiry: retrospective analysis of             pressants 328:303 (N)
men’s health, screening must remain a free choice (M McCart-              routine data 328:1474(PC)                                        Mudur G
      ney) (Personal view) 328:1023 (R)                              Mohan, Vik, (B Chapman) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s8 (3               — The great technological divide 328:788 (N)
mental competency                                                         January 2004)                                                    — Hospitals in India woo foreign patients 328:1338 (N)
— bill will set up court of prosecution (C Dyer) 328:484 (N)         Moher D, see Altman DG 328:1135                                       — Inadequate regulations undermine India’s health care
— Mental Capacity Bill clarifies legal gap (C Dyer) 328:1516 (N)     Mohr DC, et al, Association between stressful life events and           328:124 (N)
— Mental Incapacity Bill, new regulations are necessary (K Lid-           exacerbation in multiple sclerosis: a meta-analysis 328:731      — Indian Medical Association wants off-label prescribing
  dell, et al) 328:1510 (E)                                               (P)                                                                328:974 (N)
mental disorders                                                     Mojica WA, see Chang JT 328:680                                       — Kidney trade arrest exposes loopholes in India’s transplant
— government moves to end stigma (M Gould) 328:1456 (N)              Molloy AM, see Kirke PN 328:1535                                        laws 328:246 (N)
— in people who kill strangers (J Shaw, et al) 328:734 (P)           Molony, Pauline Edna (née Buckeridge), Obituary (Anonymous)           — Medical charity criticises shortcomings of DOTS in manage-
— prisoners, offenders are being wrongly held (P Stephenson)              328:112                                                            ment of tuberculosis 328:784 (N)
  328:1095 (N)                                                       Molyneux A, ABC of smoking cessation. Nicotine replacement            Muir J, see Morton A 328:25
— recognised as disability (R Dobson) 328:1337 (N)                        therapy 328:454 (C) (correction, 686)                            Muir KW, Secondary prevention for stroke and transient ischae-
— US, Bush plan to screen whole US population (J Lenzer)             Molyneux DH, et al, Linking disease control programmes in                  mic attacks 328:297 (E), 328:896 (L), 328:897 (L)
  328:1458 (N)                                                            rural Africa: a pro-poor strategy to reach Abuja targets and     Muir P, see Grant VJ 328:141
— young people, inappropriate admission to adult psychiatric              millennium development goals 328:1129 (ED)                       Muirhead C, see Meara J 328:581
  wards and paediatric wards (A Worrall, et al) 328:867 (P)          Molyneux ME, see Plowe CV 328:545, 328:1260                           Mukadam RAG, see Plowe CV 328:545, 328:1260
mental health                                                        Mondul AM, see Harris JE 328:72                                       Mukoyogo, Jacqui, (R Chew) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s27 (17
— Abortion, Motherhood, and Mental Health: Medicalizing Reproduc-    Money, Theodore David Fountain, Obituary (F Rutter) 328:1020               January 2004)
  tion in the United States and Great Britain (Lee) (Books)          monologues, patient monologue and rate of completion in con-          Müller U, et al, Effect of a flow chart on use of blood transfusions
  328:1022 (R)                                                            sultations (I Rabinowitz, et al) 328:501 (PC) (correction,            in primary total hip and knee replacement: prospective
— clamming up. Endpiece (A Sarwal) 328:325                                1236)                                                                 before and after study 328:934 (Q)
— South-east Asia, effect of maternal mental health on infant        Monro JL, see Gibbs JL 328:611                                        Mullin B, see Wells S 328:857
  growth in low income countries (V Patel, et al) 328:820 (ED)       Montaner D, see Ebrahim S 328:861                                     Mullin EJ, see Metcalfe MS 328:507
mental health services, Pembrokeshire and Derwen NHS Trust           Montgomery A, see Harker N 328:276, 328:337, 328:503                  multiple sclerosis
      (R Dobson) 328:662 (N)                                         Moore C, George and Sam (Books) 328:1571 (R)                          — stressful life events and: meta-analysis (DC Mohr, et al)
mentoring                                                            Moore DE, see Margolis PA 328:388                                       328:731 (P)
— antisocial behaviour reduction in childhood (H Roberts, et al)     Moore M, see Little P 328:441, 328:444                                — stressful life events and exacerbations 328:287 (L)
  328:512 (ED)                                                       Moore RA, see Mason L 328:991, 328:995                                Munafò M, see Yudkin P 328:989
— for doctors (R MacDonald) BMJ Careers 328:s179 (1 May              morale see under job satisfaction                                     Munchausen syndrome by proxy, sudden infant death and (AW
  2004)                                                              Morelli A, see Bassotti G 328:393                                          Craft, et al) 328:1309 (ED)
— RCOG scheme (P Bowen-Simpkins, et al) BMJ Careers                  Morley R, Hospital bed utilisation in the NHS and Kaiser Per-         Munday P, et al, Vulval vestibulitis 328:1214 (E)
  328:s56 (7 February 2004)                                               manente 328:584 (L)                                              Mungall MMB, see Gaw A 328:522
Merck Sharp & Dohme                                                  morphine, nalbuphine and slow release morphine (JE Smith, et          Munro, William Sim, Obituary (RTI Munro) 328:900
— Spanish drug editor wins case (O Dyer) 328:307 (N)                      al) (Lesson of the week) 328:1426 (C)                            murder, mental disorders in people who kill strangers (J Shaw, et
— sues Spanish bulletin over fraud claim (L Gibson) 328:188 (N)      Morris AM, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:46 (L),             al) 328:734 (P)
mesothelioma, radical surgery (T Treasure, et al) 328:237 (E)             328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                         Murphy DJ
Messori A, et al, Prevention of coronary heart disease 328:405 (L)   Morris DE, General practice: going paperless BMJ Careers              — My Foetus (TV) 328:1021 (R)
metapneumovirus, respiratory tract infection in infants (S Gott-          328:s97 (6 March 2004)                                           — see Bahl R 328:311
      lieb) 328:246 (N)                                              Morris F, see Goodacre S 328:254                                      — see Patel RR 328:1302
Metcalfe C, Exercise training in patients with chronic heart         Morris I, et al, Colchicine in acute gout 328:289 (L)                 Murphy M, see Yudkin P 328:989
      failure 328:711 (L)                                            Morris J, see Schroter S 328:742                                      Murphy NF
Metcalfe MS, et al, Lesson of the week. Useless and dangerous-fine   Morris PJ, No time to train surgeons 328:1133 (L)                     — et al, Hospital discharge rates for suspected acute coronary
      needle aspiration of hepatic colorectal metastases 328:507     Morrison, Hugh Hunter, Obituary (C Morrison) 328:171                    syndromes between 1990-2000: population based analysis
      (C)                                                            Morrison LG, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:45             328:1413 (P)
methadone, heroin medical prescription to treatment resistant             (L), 328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                    — see McAlister FA 328:1110
      addicts 328:228 (L), 328:229 (L)                               Morritt AN                                                            Murphy SM, et al, Lesson of the week. Burns caused by steam
Mewasingh LD, How electronic communication is changing               — Before I blew my first two pay cheques on a mountain bike                inhalation for respiratory tract infections in children
      health care 328:1564 (L)                                         (Five things I wish I’d known...) BMJ Careers 328:s59 (7                 328:757 (C)
Mhlongo SWP, et al, Decline in mortality in children with HIV in       February 2004)                                                      Murray A, Clinical genetics BMJ Careers 328:s175 (1 May 2004)
      the UK and Ireland 328:523 (L)                                 — et al, Completing a death certificate (Tips on...) BMJ Careers      Murray CJL, see Salomon JA 328:258
Michel P, et al, Comparison of three methods for estimating rates      328:s217 (29 May 2004)                                              Murray D, see Murphy SM 328:757
      of adverse events and rates of preventable adverse events in   — et al, Making the most of courses (Tips on...) BMJ Careers          Murray E, et al, Training for patients in a randomised controlled
      acute care hospitals 328:199 (P)                                 328:s87 (28 February 2004)                                               trial of self management of warfarin treatment 328:437 (P)
Michie S, et al, Changing clinical behaviour by making guidelines    — et al, Writing TTOs (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s66 (14                 (correction, 563)
      specific 328:343 (ED)                                            February 2004)                                                      Murray GD, see Lowe GDO 328:229
Mickan SM, see Guppy MPB 328:499, 328:958                            Mors O, see Eaton WW 328:438, 328:1017                                Murray JC, see Christensen K 328:1405
microbicide, Africa, trials launch (S Pincock) 328:786 (N)           mortality see also infant mortality; life expectancy; maternal mor-   Murray LJ, see Harvey RF 328:1417
Midmer D                                                                  tality; postoperative mortality                                  Murray ML, et al, Treating major depression in children and
— Practical problem solving techniques: part 1 BMJ Careers           — avian influenza, higher than in previous outbreak (J Parry)              adolescents 328:524 (L)
  328:s157 (17 April 2004)                                             328:368 (N)                                                         Murray R, Hit for six 328:1500 (L)
— Practical problem solving techniques: part 2 BMJ Careers           — cancers, UK death rates fell by 12% 1972-2002 (Z Kmietow-           Murray S, see Kirke PN 328:1535
  328:s166 (24 April 2004)                                             icz) 328:303 (N)                                                    Murshed R, et al, Clinicians’ roles in management of arsenicosis
migrants, trafficking and health (J Busza, et al) 328:1369 (ED)      — cleft lip, survival analysis (K Christensen, et al) 328:1405 (P)         in Bangladesh: interview study 328:493 (P)
Mills A, see Towse A 328:103                                         — diabetes, young people admitted to hospital (SR Roberts, et         Murthy N, see Kuruvilla S 328:1193
Mills JL, see Kirke PN 328:1535                                        al) 328:741 (P)                                                     Musaad, Musaad Ali, Obituary (S Musaad) 328:587
Mills P, see Scoote M BMJ Careers 328:s205                           — heart transplantation, false alarm rates and: case for hospital     music, Desiree Cox (G Yamey) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s37
Minelli C, et al, Benefits and harms associated with hormone           mortality monitoring groups (J Poloniecki, et al) 328:375 (P)            (24 January 2004)
      replacement therapy: clinical decision analysis 328:371 (P)    — hospital admission, age, sex and death (T Dixon, et al)             Mustoe TA, Scars and keloids 328:1329 (E)
minimally invasive parathyroidectomy, hyperparathyroidsim              328:1288 (P)                                                        mutation, Human Mutants C4 (G Easton) (TV) 328:1383 (R)
      treatment (FF Palazzo, et al) 328:849 (E) (correction, 1066)   — hospital league tables, influence of place of death (V Sea-         Myers P, see Mohammed MA 328:1474
Minnis HJ, Ethics review in research 328:710 (L)                       groatt, et al) 328:1235 (P)                                         myocardial infarction see also cardiovascular diseases; coronary
Minns RA, et al, Patterns of presentation of the shaken baby         — lung cancers, cigarette tar yields and (JE Harris, et al) 328:72         disease
      syndrome 328:766 (L)                                             (P)                                                                 — diagnosis of cardiac chest pain (AL Mahajan) 328:1001
Miranda-Filho DdeB, et al, Randomised controlled trial of teta-      — organisational downsizing, sick leave and (J Vahtera, et al)        — hospital discharge rates 1990-2000 (NF Murphy, et al)
      nus treatment with antitetanus immunoglobulin by the             328:555 (P)                                                           328:1413 (P)
      intrathecal or intramuscular route 328:615 (P)                 — patients, GP investigation after Shipman inquiry (MA Mo-            — hospitals improve on “door to needle” time (S Mayor)
Mirza I, et al, Risk factors, prevalence, and treatment of anxiety     hammed, et al) 328:1474(PC)                                           328:1516 (N)
      and depressive disorders in Pakistan: a systematic review      — smoking                                                             — primary angioplasty should be first line treatment (D Smith)
      328:794 (P)                                                    — — 50 years’ observations on male British doctors (R Doll, et al)      (For and against) 328:1254 (ED), 328:1567 (L)
Misaki W, A memorable conversation. Did my wife elope with                328:1519 (P)                                                     — and public smoking ban: before and after study (RP Sargent,
      someone else? 328:29                                           — — doctors: original 1954 article (R Doll, et al) 328:1529 (P)         et al) 328:977 (P), 328:1379 (L), 328:1380 (L)
miscarriage, smoking and (Z Kmietowicz) 328:364 (N)                  — starvation during siege of Leningrad: prospective cohort            — secondary prevention and cardiac rehabilitation (H Dalal, et
                                                                       study (P Sparén, et al) 328:11 (P), 328:346 (L)                       al) 328:693 (C)
Mishra US, Who should decide on caesarean sections? 328:1320         Mortensen PB, see Eaton WW 328:438, 328:1017
      (L)                                                            Morton A, et al, Drug points. Rash and acute nephritic syndrome
Mishra V, see Peter R 328:335, 328:1439
mistakes
                                                                          due to candesartan 328:25                                                                        N
                                                                     Morton SC, see Chang JT 328:680
— adverse incident reporting and significant event auditing (K       Mosley, Michael, (B Chapman) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s129           Nadai J, see Greenberg D 328:1536
  Dalby) BMJ Careers 328:s173 (1 May 2004)                                (27 March 2004)                                                  Naglie G, see Mamdani M 328:1415
— national reporting system launched (V Katikireddi) 328:481         Moss GE, Older people and the “patient centred” NHS 328:350           Nair P, see Harvey RF 328:1417
  (N) (correction, 884)                                                   (L)                                                              Nair S, see Walji N BMJ Careers 328:s148
— owning up. Endpiece (JG Fairer, et al) 328:161                     Moss S, see Maissi E 328:1293                                         Nair VM, Health in South Asia 328:1497 (L)



18     MEE-NAI                                                                                                                                                                  January−June 2004
Naki, Hamilton, (E Pereira) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s98 (6         Neumann PJ, see Greenberg D 328:1536                                  — — carbonated drinks (J James, et al) 328:1237 (PC) (correc-
      March 2004)                                                    neural tube defects                                                         tion, 1236)
nalbuphine, slow release morphine (JE Smith, et al) (Lesson of the   — Down syndrome and, population and familial survey (MR               — — parents are key 328:169 (L)
      week) 328:1426 (C)                                                Amorim, et al) 328:84 (P)                                          — — select committee castigated (T Sanders) (The Press)
Nam CM, see Kim HC 328:983                                           — MTHFR C677T polymorphism and: case-control study (PN                      328:1503 (R)
Nandy S, see Subramanian SV 328:801, 328:1499                           Kirke, et al) 328:1535 (P)                                         — Commons committee slates inaction (T Villanueva) 328:1335
Nantulya VM                                                          neuraminidase inhibitors, children, NICE guidelines are not              (N)
— see Molyneux DH 328:1129                                                 supported by evidence 328:227 (L), 328:523 (L)                  — effectiveness evidence (A Jain) 328:1327 (E)
— see Shelton JD 328:891                                             neuroimaging, stroke (JM Wardlow, et al) 328:655 (E), 328:1135        — epidemic, comparison with tobacco (M Chopra, et al)
Napp V, see Garry R 328:129                                                (L)                                                                328:1558 (ED)
Nargund, Geeta, suspended consultant reinstated (C Dyer)             neurology, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:716 (R)               — liposuction, metabolic benefits of weight loss (S Gottlieb)
      328:187 (N)                                                    neuropsychiatry, career advice (N Agrawal) BMJ Careers                   328:1457 (N)
Nashef SAM, see Goldstone AR 328:379                                       328:s35 (24 January 2004), s149 (10 April 2004)                 — sexual function and exercise (S Gottlieb) 328:1517 (N)
National Audit Office                                                neurosciences, research bodies disappointed by decision to can-       — Super Size Me (C Veltman) (Film) 328:1266 (R)
— The Management of Suspensions of Clinical Staff in NHS Hospital          cel primate research laboratory (S Mayor) 328:306 (N)           — UK government task force (S Mayor) 328:363 (N)
   and Ambulance Trusts in England (D Empey) 328:181 (E),            neurosurgery, career advice (R Chelvarajah) BMJ Careers               — US, wins more time to lobby against WHO diet plan (O Dyer)
   328:709 (L), 328:710 (L)                                                328:s95 (6 March 2004)                                             328:245 (N)
— Tackling Cancer in England (Z Kmietowicz) 328:659 (N)              New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton, low priority for maternity         — WHO global plan (F Fleck) 328:1278 (N)
National Health Service see also hospitals; private medicine;              services blamed for deaths (Z Kmietowicz) 328:1454 (N)          O’Brien A, see Kumar S 328:1002
      trusts                                                         New Zealand see also Oceania                                          O’Brien, Anthony, (B Chapman) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s8
— bed occupancy: comparison with Kaiser Permanente and               — drug industry, moves to ban direct advertising (B Burton)                 (3 January 2004)
   Medicare 328:582 (L), 328:583 (L), 328:584 (L)                       328:68 (N)                                                         O’Brien, Bernard ("Bernie") John, Obituary (M Buxton) 328:960
— Bodies (JO Drife) (TV) 328:1266 (R)                                — education, decline in teaching autopsy 328:165 (L), 328:166         O’Brien G, Treatment of unilateral visual impairment on pre-
— change management and light bulbs (G Ellis) 328:987                   (L), 328:167 (L), 328:406 (L)                                            school vision screening 328:348 (L)
— Doctors and Nurses BBC1 (G Bognolo) (TV) 328:114 (R)               — general practice, work abroad (C Smith) BMJ Careers                 obstetrics
— "electronic highway", smooth launch? (G Watts) 328:1156 (N)           328:s185 (8 May 2004)                                              — clinical risk management: eclampsia drills (S Thompson, et al)
   (correction, 329:85)                                              — on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:529 (R)                           328:269 (Q) (correction, 762)
— emergency waiting times improved (S Mayor) 328:729 (N)             — no fault compensation, access widened (B Burton) 328:729            — forceps delivery (RR Patel, et al) 328:1302 (C)
— funding                                                               (N)                                                                — gender gap in undergraduate experience and performance (J
— — financial targets met (O Dyer) 328:1094 (N)                      — working abroad (P Grant) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers                Higham, et al) 328:142 (P)
— — "payment by results” policy (J Dixon) 328:969 (E)                   328:s187 (8 May 2004)                                              — RCOG mentoring scheme (P Bowen-Simpkins, et al) BMJ
— getting better or worse? 328:106 (L), 328:107 (L)                  Newby DE, see Din JN 328:30, 328:406                                     Careers 328:s56 (7 February 2004)
— information technology national programme 328:1200 (L)             Newman TA, see Galea I 328:287                                        occupational exposure, asbestos, mesothelioma radical surgery
— institutional racism                                               newspapers, Naomi Campbell, privacy: new model (C Dyer) (The                (T Treasure, et al) 328:237 (E)
— — prejudices of good people (A Esmail) 328:1448 (E)                      Press) 328:1265 (R)                                             occupational health see also work
— — Reid refuses to accept all recommendations (M Gould)             Newton A, see Hearns S BMJ Careers 328:s133                           — pregnancy and safety risks (J Smith) BMJ Careers 328:s168
      328:423 (N) (correction, 563)                                  NHS Professionals, what’s it all about? (P Cross) BMJ Careers            (24 April 2004)
— — report summary (M Gould) 328:367 (N)                                   328:s239 (12 June 2004)                                         occupational medicine, career advice for GPs (K Wlodarczyk, et
— Kaiser Permanente (D Light, et al) 328:763 (ED)                    Nicholl J, see Goodacre S 328:254                                           al) BMJ Careers 328:s73 (21 February 2004)
— managed care programmes, learning from US organisations?           Nicholls PG, see Smith WCS 328:1459                                   Oceania see also Australia; New Zealand
   (J Dixon, et al) 328:223 (ED)                                     Nicholson R, Another threat to research in the United Kingdom         O’Connor AM, see Tugwell P 328:1362, 328:1425
— new providers in UK health care (P Dash) 328:340 (C)                     328:1212 (E)                                                    O’Connor JPB
— payments for operations will be standardised (R Coombes)           nicotine see also tobacco                                             — Objective assessment of technical skills in surgery 328:403
   328:367 (N)                                                       — effectiveness of patches in relation to genotype in women v.           (C)
— Reid reduces targets (Z Kmietowicz) 328:363 (N)                       men (P Yudkin, et al) 328:989                                      — et al, Academic medicine: time for reinvention 328:45 (L),
— staff from happier NHS as patients (C Douglas) (Soundings)         nicotine replacement therapy                                             328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)
   328:1267 (R)                                                      — ABC of smoking cessation (A Molyneux) 328:454 (C) (correc-          Oddi S, Prejudiced, poignant, pathetic, or publishable? BMJ
— staffing                                                              tion, 686)                                                               Careers 328:s119 (20 March 2004)
— — high job satisfaction (C Odigwe) 328:662 (N)                     — pregnancy and (T Coleman, et al) 328:965 (E)                        Odigwe C
— — rapid increase (O Dyer) 328:729 (N)                              Nielsen GL, et al, Danish group reanalyses miscarriage in NSAID       — Children say they are not involved enough in their treatment
— what to do with a medical degree if you don’t want to work in            users 328:109 (L)                                                  328:600 (N)
   the NHS                                                           Nieto-Cabrera R, see Espinosa-Brito A 328:166                         — Despite all odds, NHS staff are happy with their jobs 328:662
— — part 1: considering your options (A Poole) BMJ Careers           Nigeria see also Africa                                                  (N)
      328:s213 (29 May 2004)                                         — polio vaccination                                                   — Domestic violence (Website of the week) 328:649 (R)
— — part 2: making the decision (A Poole) BMJ Careers                — — campaign boycott (F Fleck) 328:485 (N)                            — Drug resistant tuberculosis soars in eastern Europe 328:663
      328:s227 (5 June 2004)                                         — — postponed (A Raufu) 328:1278 (N)                                     (N)
National Institute for Clinical Excellence                           — — traditional rulers call for halt (A Raufu) 328:306 (N)            — Researchers find no link between vaccination and type 1
— antiepileptic drugs in children (S Mayor) 328:1093 (N)             Ninewells Hospital, Gehry cancer centre wins building award (A           diabetes 328:854 (N)
— caesarean section, advises against on demand (Z Kmietowicz)              Ferriman) 328:1453 (N)                                          Odouli R, see Li D-K 328:108
   328:1031 (N), 328:1320 (L)                                        Nishtar S, South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:837 (L)        O’Dwyer ST, see Renehan AG 328:81
— discrete choice experiments in health care (M Ryan) 328:360        nitrous oxide, toxicity after intermittent inhalation for analgesia   oestrogen, mental function in older women (JH Tanne)
   (E)                                                                     (M Doran, et al) (Lesson of the week) 328:1364 (C)                    328:1514 (N)
— Eating Disorders (Z Kmietowicz) 328:245 (N)                        no fault compensation, New Zealand, access widened (B Burton)         Offman HR, The essence remains unchanged 328:691
— efficiency and equity (A Wailoo, et al) 328:536 (E)                      328:729 (N)                                                     Ogilvie D, see Thomson H 328:282
— guidance has failed to end “postcode prescribing” (C White)        nocturia, management (SP Marinkovic, et al) 328:1063 (C),             Oh DK, see Kim HC 328:983
   328:1277 (N)                                                            328:1438 (L)                                                    O’Herlihy A, see Worrall A 328:867
— guidance on newer drugs for epilepsy in adults (E Perucca)         Nolte E                                                               Olchanski NV, see Greenberg D 328:1536
   328:1273 (E)                                                      — et al, Measuring the health of nations: analysis of mortality       O’Leary VB, see Kirke PN 328:1535
— Improving Supportive and Palliative Care for Adults with Cancer       amenable to health care 327:1129 (P) (correction 328:494)          Olekas, Juozas, interview with (K Krosnar) 328:310 (N)
   (Z Kmietowicz) 328:725 (N)                                        — see McKee M 328:1025                                                Oliver S, see Thomas J 328:1010
— infertile couples to be given three shots (C White) 328:482        non-absorbable disaccharides, hepatic encephalopathy, system-         Olivieri, Nancy
   (N)                                                                     atic review (B Als-Nielsen, et al) 328:1046 (P)                 — deferiprone and thalassaemia major (J Savulescu) 328:358
— neuraminidase inhibitors in children guidelines are not sup-       non-standard grade (trust) doctors, way forward (R MacDonald)            (E)
   ported by evidence 328:227 (L), 328:523 (L)                             (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s9 (3 January 2004), s118        — vows to fight on (C Dyer) 328:187 (N)
Nature, Nature Encyclopaedia of the Human Genome 328:172 (R)               (20 March 2004)                                                 Omari A, et al, Extracts from “Clinical Evidence Concise". Severe life
nausea                                                               non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, acute renal colic treat-             threatening malaria in endemic areas 328:154 (C)
— postoperative, safest and cheapest antiemetics should be used            ment: systematic review (A Holdgate, et al) 328:1401 (P)        omega 3 fatty acids, cardiovascular diseases and: fish oils as
   first (S Gottlieb) 328:1396 (N)                                   Noon, Adrian, (C Hughes) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s17 (10                  natural treatment (JN Din, et al) 328:30 (C), 328:406 (L),
— treatment of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. Interac-              January 2004)                                                         328:407 (L)
   tive case report                                                  Noone A, see Donnan PT 328:1297                                       on call, swapping shifts guide (K Shokrollahi) BMJ Careers
— — contents (N Harker, et al) 328:396 (C)                           Norcross AJ, see Bingley PJ 328:322                                         328:s137 (3 April 2004)
— — presentation (N Harker, et al) 328:276 (C) (correction, 762,     Norman GR, et al, The need for needs assessment in continuing         Ong, Guan Bee, Obituary (J Parry) 328:771
      1104), 328:456 (C)                                                   medical education 328:999 (LP)                                  Onions H, see Mohammed MA 328:1474
— — case outcome (N Harker, et al) 328:503 (C)                       Norman J, New system for ethics approval is unacceptable              Onopa J, see Gertsch JH 328:797
— — progression (N Harker, et al) 328:337 (C) (correction, 762)            328:1018 (L)                                                    open access publishing see also publishing
naval medicine, cruise doctors: career advice (A Duby) BMJ           North America see also Canada; United States                          — could reduce cost of scientific publishing (S Mayor) 328:1094
      Careers 328:s83 (28 February 2004)                             Northern Ireland see also Europe                                         (N)
Nazareth I, see King M 328:1567                                      — poetic sectarianism (K Choudhari) 328:1414                          — PLOS Biology (N Turner) (Journals) 328:56 (R)
Neal S, see Thompson S 328:269                                       Norton R, see Wells S 328:857                                         — takes off (T Delamothe, et al) 328:1 (E)
Neale, Richard, GMC regrets failure to act on police warning (O      Norway see also Europe                                                ophthalmology, ABC of eyes, Glaucoma-1: Diagnosis (PT Khaw, et
      Dyer) 328:1035 (N)                                             — breast cancers, incidence during introduction of nationwide               al) 328:97 (C) (correction, 762)
nebulisers see inhalers                                                 screening (P-H Zahl, et al) 328:921 (P)                            O’Reilly DA, et al, Management of acute pancreatitis 328:968 (E)
negligence                                                           nose bleeds, risperidone and (M Harrison-Woolrych, et al) (Drug       orf, contact with sheep (S Rajagopalan, et al) (Minerva) 328:1506
— future of clinical negligence litigation? (B Capstick) 328:457           points) 328:1416 (P)                                                  (R)
   (ED)                                                              nuclear warfare, medical response to radiation incidents and          organ transplantation see also transplantation
— making amends (P Fenn, et al) 328:417 (E)                                radionuclear threats (I Turai, et al) 328:568 (C), 328:1074     — thousands of families to sue over retained organs (C Dyer)
Nehrlich HH, Medicine’s weapons of mass destruction come in                (L), 328:1075 (L)                                                  328:184 (N) (correction, 384), 328:642 (L)
      human form 328:770 (L)                                         Nundy S                                                               organisational downsizing, sick leave and mortality (J Vahtera, et
Neil HAW                                                             — Endpiece. Knowledge and comfort 328:860                                   al) 328:555 (P)
— et al, Effect of statin treatment for familial hypercholestero-    — see Ahmed M 328:782                                                 Orioli IM, see Amorim MR 328:84
   laemia on life assurance: results of consecutive surveys in       — see Bhutta ZA 328:777                                               Orr DJA, see Murphy SM 328:757
   1990 and 2002: 328:500 (PC)                                       — see Singhal D 328:789                                               Orrell M, see Selwood A 328:120
— see Roberts SE 328:741                                             nurse practitioners, impact on workload of GPs (MGH Laurant,          orthopaedics, retraining: scary but worth it (C Bulstrode) (The
Nelson E, see Eustace SJ 328:1387                                          et al) 328:927 (PC)                                                   way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s117 (20 March 2004)
Nelson M, Follow up of hypertension by family practitioners          nursing                                                               Osborn A
      328:641 (L)                                                    — asthma, specialist nurse intervention to reduce unscheduled         — Doctors charged with planning to kill a patient for his kidneys
Nepal see also Asia                                                     care in deprived multiethnic area: east London ELECTRA                328:1092 (N)
— house call in Himalayas. A memorable call (P Gurung) 328:806          trial (C Griffiths, et al) 328:144 (PC)                            — Half of Russia’s doctors face sack in healthcare reforms
Nesfield, John Clive Baird, Obituary (A Polmear) 328:291             — US, shortage and ER depiction 328:51 (L)                               328:1092 (N)
Ness AR, see Bingley PJ 328:322                                      Nüssle K, see Hetzel M 328:1051                                       — Human rights group accuses Russian government of ham-
Netherlands see also Europe                                          Nutt DJ, see Davies SJC 328:939                                          pering efforts to tackle HIV/AIDS 328:1154 (N)
— alternative medicine, crack down (T Sheldon) 328:485 (N)                                                                                 Osborne RH, see Haines TP 328:676
— Down syndrome, screening row (T Sheldon) 328:1456 (N)              Nwokoro C, see Davies P 328:203                                       Osdigwe C, Websites on South Asian health (Websites) 328:842
— drug industry, lay media and prescriptions of terbinafine in       Nygren-Krug, Helena, interview with (G Watts) 328:730 (N)                   (R)
   primary care (GW Jong, et al) 328:931 (PC)                                                                                              Osmond, Humphry, Obituary (JH Tanne) 328:713
— euthanasia, reporting of cases falls (T Sheldon) 328:1336 (N)                                                                            osteoarthritis, corticosteroid injections for osteoarthritis of knee
— heroin medical prescription to methadone resistant addicts                                         O                                           (B Arroll, et al) 328:869 (PC)
   328:228 (L), 328:229 (L)                                                                                                                otitis media, adenoidectomy v. chemoprophylaxis in children
— insurance, no-claim bonus? (T Sheldon) 328:660 (N)                 Oakley A, see Thomas J 328:1010                                             aged under 2 years (P Koivunen, et al) 328:487 (P)
— pregnancy complications, in women with type 1 diabetes (IM         Oakman, Nicholas Mark Alma, Obituary (S Harris) 328:900               out of hours care, GPs reluctant to cover (N Koralage) 328:247
   Evers, et al) 328:915 (P)                                         Øberg E, et al, Treating inguinal hernias 328:403 (L)                       (N)
Netlines see also internet                                           Obertelli, Andrea, Obituary (P Galli) 328:1442                        Ovens L, No time to train surgeons 328:1134 (L)
— (H Brown) 328:56 (R), 328:293 (R), 328:529 (R), 328:716 (R),       obesity see also eating disorders                                     over-the-counter drugs see drugs, non-prescription
   328:1081 (R)                                                      — children                                                            overseas doctors see also doctors



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                       NAK-OVE             19
— adapting to British culture (R Mehta, et al) (Advice) BMJ              Paranjothy S, see Thomas J 328:665                                       — expulsion from hospital. Endpiece 328:342
  Careers 328:s273 (19 June 2004)                                        parathyroidectomy, hyperparathyroidism treatment (FF Palazzo,            — first generation of e-patients (T Fergusson, et al) 328:1148 (E),
— are you ready to work in UK? (C Arakelian) (Job hunting) BMJ                 et al) 328:849 (E) (correction, 1066)                                328:1564 (L)
  Careers 328:s269 (19 June 2004)                                        parent-child relations, key to reducing obesity in children              — internet and patients’ experience of cancer (S Ziebland, et al)
— clinical attachments                                                         328:169 (L)                                                          328:564 (IP), 328:898 (L)
— — guide (U Prabhu) (Clinical attachment) BMJ Careers                   parenteral nutrition, acute pancreatitis, comparison with enteral        — Massachusetts General Hospital, learning from e-patients (J
     328:s263 (19 June 2004)                                                   nutrition (PE Marik, et al) 328:1407 (P)                             Lester, et al) 328:1188 (ED)
— — positive experience (H Alshafey) (Clinical attachment)               Parfenova N, see Sparén P 328:11                                         — smoking, stigma, shame, and blame experienced by lung
     BMJ Careers 328:s265 (19 June 2004)                                 Park A, et al, Clinical biochemistry BMJ Careers 328:s153 (17              cancer patients (A Chapple, et al) 328:1470 (PC)
— — supervision (EB Turya) (Clinical attachment) BMJ Careers                   April 2004)                                                       Patnick J
     328:s262 (19 June 2004)                                             Parker G, see Wlodarczyk K BMJ Careers 328:s73                           — et al, Health needs of women who have sex with women
— — time for change (A Rich, et al) (Clinical attachment) BMJ            Parker M, see Lucassen AM 328:952                                          328:464 (L)
     Careers 328:s264 (19 June 2004)                                     Parker MR, Critical care outreach team’s effect on patient out-          — see Banks E 328:1291
— Clinical Experience Scheme (P Trafford) BMJ Careers                          come 328:347 (L)                                                  Paturot D, see Sparén P 328:11
  328:s279 (26 June 2004)                                                Parker WH, Hysterectomy and sexual wellbeing 328:107 (L)                Patz JA, Global warming 328:1269 (E)
— curriculum vitae writing tips (EB Turya) (Job hunting) BMJ             Parkhurst JO                                                            Paul M
  Careers 328:s266 (19 June 2004)                                        — AIDS Africa (Books) 328:1081 (R)                                       — et al, lactam monotherapy versus lactam-aminoglycoside
— ethics of international recruitment policy (D Carlisle)                — "Letting Them Die" (Books) 328:1081 (R)                                  combination therapy for sepsis in immunocompetent pa-
  328:1218 (N)                                                           Parkinson’s disease, who should look after people? (R Kale, et al)         tients: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised
— GMC revalidation (R MacDonald) (Interview) BMJ Careers                       328:62 (E)                                                           trials 328:668 (P) (correction, 884)
  328:s255 (19 June 2004)                                                Parmar B, et al, Blow out fracture (Minerva) 328:532 (R)                 — see Weingarten MA 328:1013
— GMC view (R MacDonald) BMJ Careers 328:s254 (19 June                   Parmar MS                                                               "payment by results", NHS finance (J Dixon) 328:969 (E)
  2004)                                                                  — Joy of rapid responses 328:644 (L)                                    Payne H, see Sculpher M 328:382
— how can deaneries help (G Wright) BMJ Careers 328:s258                 — Kidney stones 328:1420 (C)                                            Payne M, see Black N 328:1478
  (19 June 2004)                                                         — Lesson of the week. Recurrent hypoglycaemia in a diabetic             Pearce N, et al, Genetics, race, ethnicity, and health 328:1070 (ED)
— human resources perspective on PLAB dilemma (J Adsett)                    patient as a result of unexpected renal failure 328:883 (C)          Pearce, Roger, Obituary (R Palmer) 328:232
  BMJ Careers 328:s259 (19 June 2004)                                       (correction, 1170)                                                   Peat JK, see Toelle BG 328:386
— hurdle race (G Aparna) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers                  — South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:838 (L)                   Peatfield R, A revised classification of headache disorders
  328:s105 (13 March 2004)                                               paroxetine, GlaxoSmithKline staff told not to publicise ineffec-              328:119 (E)
— interview and travel expenses (T Syed) (Tips on...) BMJ Ca-                  tiveness (D Spurgeon) 328:422 (N)                                 Peatfield T, see Blakemore C 328:1017
  reers 328:s270 (19 June 2004)                                          Parrott S, et al, ABC of smoking cessation. Economics of smoking        Pechacek TF, et al, Reduced incidence of admissions for myocar-
— key points (S Maboob) BMJ Careers 328:s250 (19 June 2004)                    cessation 328:947 (C)                                                   dial infarction associated with public smoking ban: before
— making decision to come to UK (S Dosani, et al) (Tips on...)           Parry J                                                                       and after study. Commentary: How acute and reversible are
  BMJ Careers 328:s253 (19 June 2004)                                    — Chinese authorities on alert as SARS breaks out again                       the cardiovascular risks of secondhand smoke? 328:980 (P),
— misinformation, poverty and (S Alcock) BMJ Careers                        328:1034 (N)                                                               328:1379 (L), 328:1380 (L)
  328:s219 (29 May 2004), s274 (19 June 2004)                            — Death toll mounts in avian flu outbreak 328:243 (N)                   Peddi KK, et al, Phlegmasia caerulea dolens (Minerva) 328:1084
— Modernising Medical Careers and (R MacDonald) (Interview)              — Mortality from avian flu is higher than in previous outbreak                (R)
  BMJ Careers 328:s256 (19 June 2004)                                       328:368 (N)                                                          Pedersen L, see Nielsen GL 328:109
— opinions on problems (M Arafa) BMJ Careers 328:s243 (19                — WHO confirms avian flu outbreak in Hanoi 328:123 (N)                  Pedersen NL, see Hall P 328:19
  June 2004)                                                             — WHO confirms SARS in Chinese journalist 328:65 (N)                    Pednekar MS, see Sinha DN 328:323
— PLAB: myth and reality (RI Ahmed) (Advice) BMJ Careers                 — WHO investigates possible human to human transmission of              peer review
  328:s272 (19 June 2004)                                                   avian flu 328:308 (N)                                                 — assessment of instruments (R Evans, et al) 328:1240 (LP)
— PLAB (S Dosani, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s260 (19 June 2004)             part time work, GPs (G Easton) BMJ Careers 328:s67 (14 Feb-              — BMJ training (S Schroter, et al) 328:658 (E)
— postgraduate medical education and overseas doctors (R                       ruary 2004)                                                        — doctors, review of instruments (R Evans, et al) 328:1240 (LP)
  MacDonald) (Interview) BMJ Careers 328:s257 (19 June                   partnership, progression to AIDS or death in antiretroviral              — health related virtual communities and electronic support
  2004)                                                                        therapy patients: Swiss cohort study (J Young, et al) 328:15         groups (G Eysenbach, et al) 328:1166 (PC)
— setting scene (P Trewby, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s244 (19 June                (P)                                                                — improvement, who’s responsible? (F Davidoff, et al) 328:657
  2004)                                                                  Parving H-H, see Hovind P 328:1105                                         (E)
— updated quick guide to working in UK (J Constable) BMJ                 Pasha O, see Fikree FF 328:823                                           — publication of reviewers’ names (I Dimoliatis) (Personal view)
  Careers 328:s245 (19 June 2004)                                        Passa P, see Marre M 328:495                                               328:1267 (R)
Oworu O, Do you Trust these posts? BMJ Careers 328:s119 (20              passive smoking see also smoking                                         — training and quality of (S Schroter, et al) 328:673 (P)
     March 2004)                                                         — "never smokers” living with smokers: two cohort studies (SE           Peile E
Oxford Vascular Study, see Coull AJ 328:326                                 Hill, et al) 328:988 (P)                                              — Interactive case report
                                                                         — public ban and myocardial infarction admissions, before and            — — A 66 year old woman with breathlessness: case outcome.
                                                                            after study (RP Sargent, et al) 328:977 (P), 328:1379 (L),                  Commentary: Clinical reasoning 328:946 (C)
                                 P                                          328:1380 (L)                                                          — — Treating nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. Com-
                                                                         — UK, hospitality industry mortality (R Coombes) 328:1222                      mentary: n of 1 learning 328:505 (C)
pacemaker induced ventricular fibrillation, coronary care units             (N), 328:1568 (L)                                                     — see Gallen D 328:1390
      (AA McLeod, et al) 328:1249 (C)                                    Patel A                                                                 Pell J, see Murphy NF 328:1413
Padala PR, et al, Discitis with a paravertebral abscess (Minerva)        — et al, Training care givers of stroke patients: economic evalu-       Pelletier D, see Mohr DC 328:731
      328:1024 (R)                                                          ation 328:1102 (P)                                                   pelvic floor dysfunction, biofeedback for constipation (G Bas-
paediatric haematology, career advice (I Roberts, et al) BMJ             — see Kalra L 328:1099                                                        sotti, et al) 328:393 (C)
      Careers 328:s43 (31 January 2004)                                  Patel D, see Mohammed MA 328:1474                                       Pembrokeshire and Derwen NHS Trust, mental health services
paediatrics                                                              Patel KJ, Passing PLAB 2 (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s261 (19                are threadbare (R Dobson) 328:662 (N)
— on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:529 (R)                                 June 2004)                                                        Pentti J, see Vahtera J 328:555
— rising child abuse complaints (N Koralage) (News feature)              Patel RR, et al, Forceps delivery in modern obstetric practice          Pepper JR, see Chikwe J 328:418
   BMJ Careers 328:s159 (17 April 2004), s208 (22 May 2004)                    328:1302 (C)                                                      Pepys, Samuel, blood transfusion (DF Scott) 328:334
Pai S, Munnabhai M.B.B.S (Film) 328:841 (R)                              Patel, Trupti                                                           Pereira E, Transplant gardener (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s98 (6
pain see also analgesia                                                  — Roy Meadow, GMC charges over evidence given in child                        March 2004)
— acute and chronic, review of topical rubefacients containing              death cases (O Dyer) 328:9 (N)                                       Perel P, et al, Research on preventing road traffic injuries in
   salicylates (L Mason, et al) 328:995 (PC)                             — suspected mothers might be dealt with outside criminal sys-                 developing countries is needed 328:895 (L)
— chronic, topical capsaicin efficacy and safety (L Mason, et al)           tem (C Dyer) 328:425 (N)                                             Perez I
   328:991 (PC)                                                          Patel V, et al, Effect of maternal mental health on infant growth in     — see Kalra L 328:1099
— hip and knee: ABC of rheumatology (AJ Hamer) 328:1067 (C)                    low income countries: new evidence from South Asia                 — see Patel A 328:1102
— on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:56 (R), 328:1081 (R)                    328:820 (ED)                                                      performance indicators
— Pain:Passion,Compassion,Sensibility (V Katikireddi) (Exhibition)       Paterson, Colin, accused of misrepresenting child abuse evi-             — falls prevention programme: effectiveness in subacute hospi-
   328:468 (R)                                                                 dence (O Dyer) 328:187 (N)                                           tal setting (TP Haines, et al) 328:676 (P)
— Pain: The Science and Culture of Why We Hurt (Jackson) (Books)         patient admission see also bed occupancy                                 — inspections and transparency (G Bevan, et al) 328:598 (E)
   328:961 (R)                                                           — age, death and: retrospective cohort study (T Dixon, et al)           perinatal outcome, singletons and twins after assisted concep-
Pais, Elizabeth, Obituary (WA Pais) 328:1322                                328:1288 (P)                                                               tion: systematic review of controlled studies (FM Helmer-
Pakistan see also Asia                                                   — electronic bookings by 2005 (R Coombes) 328:1157 (N)                        horst, et al) 328:261 (P)
— Abdul Sattar Edhi interview (K Ahmad) 328:790 (N)                      — pancreatitis, database study of incidence and mortality (MJ           Perquin DAM, see Helmerhorst FM 328:261
— cricket v. India: analysis of results (K Abbasi, et al) 328:800 (P),      Goldacre, et al) 328:1466 (P)                                        Perrett CM, et al, Drug points. Teicoplanin induced drug hyper-
   328:1500 (L)                                                          — trends in admissions and deaths in English NHS hospitals (Dr                sensitivity syndrome 328:1292 (P)
— depression, prevalence and treatment (I Mirza, et al) 328:794             Foster’s case notes) 328:855                                         Perrin EC, Sexual Orientation in Child and Adolescent Health Care
   (P)                                                                   patient care, using industrial processes (T Young, et al) 328:162             (Books) 328:469 (R)
Palazzo FF, et al, Minimally invasive parathyroidectomy 328:849                (ED)                                                              Perry, John Richard, Obituary (C Strachan) 328:1264
      (E) (correction, 1066)                                             patient discharge                                                       Persaud R, How to manage your boss BMJ Careers 328:s203 (22
Palestine see also Asia                                                  — acute coronary syndromes, hospital rates 1990-2000 (NF                      May 2004)
— health worker sentenced to death in Libya (K Krosnar)                     Murphy, et al) 328:1413 (P)                                          persistent vegetative state, US, judge finds Governor Bush’s law
   328:1153 (N)                                                          — when to. Endpiece (JH Baron) 328:1342                                       to be unconstitutional (F Charatan) 328:1154 (N)
palliative care see also death                                           patient information                                                     Personal view
— cancer, what do patients want to be told? (P Kirk, et al)              — effect of leaflets to empower patients in consultations in             — Are we creating a health pariah class? (D Spence) 328:1141
   328:1343 (P)                                                             primary care (P Little, et al) 328:441 (PC)                             (R), 328:1380 (L)
— funding, home care to get further funds (K Burke) 328:544              — rise and fall of the health glossies (J Lyall) (The Press) 328:1444    — Bioethics needs to rethink its agenda (L Turner) 328:175 (R)
   (N)                                                                      (R)                                                                   — The death of the white coat (A Panja) 328:57 (R)
— on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:716 (R)                           patient participation see also doctor-patient relations                  — Escape from normality (J Roberts) 328:962 (R)
— services should have higher priority, says NICE (Z Kmietow-            — BestTreatments launch 328:724                                          — The evidence base: rock of certainty or shifting sands? (J
   icz) 328:725 (N)                                                      — Children’s Voices: CHI report (C Odigwe) 328:600 (N)                     Dewhurst) 328:963 (R), 328:1203 (L)
Palmer, David Leslie, Obituary (R Hart) 328:527                          — Commission for Patient and Public Involvement (M Gould)                — Fall of a dictator, failure of ethics (S Jabbour) 328:115 (R)
Palmieri C, et al, Hypocalcaemia after intravenous bisphospho-              328:424 (N)                                                           — Healing in the valley of Jezreel (SP Joseph) 328:295 (R)
      nate 328:1439 (L)                                                  — elderly, responsiveness in “patient centred” NHS (DR Row-              — How the internet could help Cuba more in health research
Palo J, Why did my colleagues turn to crime? (Personal view)                land, et al) 328:4 (E), 328:350 (L)                                     (RJ Stusser) 328:1209 (R)
      328:1083 (R)                                                       — "expert patient": dream or nightmare? (J Shaw, et al) 328:723          — How (not) to be a good patient (DK Sokol) 328:471 (R)
Paltiel O, et al, Cancer after pre-eclampsia: follow up of the              (E)                                                                   — I don’t like Mondays (after bank holidays) (P Kirkbride)
      Jerusalem perinatal study cohort 328:919 (P)                       — importance of patient pressure and perceived pressure and                328:1325 (R)
Panahloo Z, Data on neuraminidase inhibitors were made avail-               perceived medical need for investigations, referral, and pre-         — If it was your brother (M Radhamanohar) 328:1385 (R)
      able 328:523 (L)                                                      scribing in primary care (P Little, et al) 328:444 (PC)               — Is cricket the magic glue that unites South Asia? (S Shafqat, et
pancreatic cancers, surgery then chemotherapy (S Gottlieb)               — partners: telling it how it is. A memorable patient (P Keech)            al) 328:843 (R)
      328:661 (N)                                                           328:918
pancreatitis                                                                                                                                      — Learning to live in a medical household (K Billings) 328:235
                                                                         — Patients, Power and Responsibility: The First Principles of              (R)
— hospital admission: database study of incidence and mortality             Consumer-Driven Reform (Spiers) (Books) 328:54 (R)
   (MJ Goldacre, et al) 328:1466 (P)                                     — prostate cancer management: discrete choice experiment (M              — Parents as well as children need protection (Anonymous)
— management of (DA O’Reilly, et al) 328:968 (E)                                                                                                    328:775 (R)
                                                                            Sculpher, et al) 328:382 (P)
— parenteral v. enteral nutrition (PE Marik, et al) 328:1407 (P)         — public involvement in health care (D Florin, et al) 328:159            — Punishment by process (A Spencer) 328:774 (R)
Pandilwar C, see Gada S BMJ Careers 328:s178                                (ED), 328:462 (L)                                                     — Road Trauma, a socially accepted horror movie (G Mazairac)
Pandolfini C, see Bonati M 328:227                                       — What is the Real Cost of More Patient Choice? (Appleby, et al)           328:903 (R)
panic, The Nature of Panic (S Dosani) (Art) 328:410 (R)                     (Books) 328:54 (R)                                                    — The role of a general medical journal (J Ana) 328:591 (R),
Panja A                                                                  patient records see medical records                                        328:1498 (L)
— Apple crumble or a selection from the sweet trolley? 328:268           patient satisfaction, palliative care, what do cancer patients want      — Saving the past: where do we stop? (A Bamji) 328:717 (R)
— The death of the white coat (Personal view) 328:57 (R)                       to be told? (P Kirk, et al) 328:1343 (P)                           — Screening must remain a free choice (M McCartney)
— Endpiece. Knowledge 328:446                                            patients                                                                   328:1023 (R)
— May 33rd (TV) 328:1082 (R)                                             — doctor within. Endpiece (F Charatan) 328:1426                          — Should reviewers of papers have their names published? (I
Papini R, see Hettiaratchy S 328:1555                                    — expectations of consultations (N Britten) 328:416 (E)                    Dimoliatis) 328:1267 (R)



20     OWO-PER                                                                                                                                                                        January−June 2004
— The strange world of private medicine (P Kandela) 328:355             — Earlier mobilisation improves pneumonia outcomes 328 (17             — — presentation (N Harker, et al) 328:276 (C) (correction, 762,
   (R)                                                                     January 2003)                                                             1104), 328:456 (C)
— A time to live or a time to die? (Anonymous) 328:1445 (R)             — Eradication of chronic H pylori reduces risk of gastric cancer       — — progression (N Harker, et al) 328:337 (C) (correction, 762)
— Treating our own (P Helliwell) 328:1505 (R)                              328 (24 April 2004)                                                 — — case outcome (N Harker, et al) 328:503 (C)
— An unfinished trip through uncertainties (A Liberati)                 — Fetal fibronectin does not affect outcomes of preterm labour         — nicotine replacement therapy and (T Coleman, et al) 328:965
   328:531 (R)                                                             (POEM*) 328 (26 June 2004)                                             (E)
— Wasting time with people (S Challand) 328:1573 (R)                    — Fondaparinux is as effective and safe as unfractionated              — obstinate patient (S Kothari) 328:1473
— What’s wrong with having more than one consultant grade?                 heparin for pulmonary embolism 328 (6 March 2004)                   — pitfalls and work (S Flynn, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s167 (24
   (R Hayward) 328:651 (R)                                              — Half of wrist ganglions resolve spontaneously 328 (3 April              April 2004)
— Why did my colleagues turn to crime? (J Palo) 328:1083 (R)               2004) 328:1262 (L)                                                  — resuscitation article omitted several points 328:168 (L)
— Why I’m a reluctant rapid responder (M Fazel) 328:413 (R),            — Lipid lowering is crucial in diabetes 328 (24 January 2003)          pregnancy complications, women with type 1 diabetes: Nether-
   328:644 (L), 328:645 (L)                                             — LMW heparin effective for pulmonary embolus 328 (8 May                     lands (IM Evers, et al) 328:915 (P)
pertussis vaccination, infant vaccination and childhood asthma             2004)                                                               pregnancy outcome, pregnancy three years after previous op-
      (A Maitra, et al) 328:925 (P)                                     — Low dose aspirin safely reduced thrombosis in polycythae-                  erative delivery in second stage of labour (R Bahl, et al)
Perucca E, NICE guidance on newer drugs for epilepsy in adults             mia vera 328 (10 April 2004)                                              328:311 (P)
      328:1273 (E)                                                      — Lowering homocysteine did not prevent recurrent stroke 328           premenstrual dysphoric disorder, dropped from Prozac product
Pervaiz J, see Hafeez A 328:834                                            (22 May 2004)                                                             information (R Moynihan) 328:365 (N)
pesticides                                                              — Many taking twice daily proton pump inhibitors can step              prescriptions, drug see also drugs
— reproductive health and: evidence? (RM Sharpe, et al)                    down (POEM*) 328 (31 January 2004)                                  — "arrogant doctors” not to blame for variability (B Rushforth)
   328:447 (C)                                                          — Once daily valcyclovir slightly reduces the risk of transmitting        328:1516 (N)
— self poisoning (M Eddleston, et al) 328:42 (ED)                          HSV-2 to uninfected partners 328 (27 March 2004)                    — elderly (JH Tanne) 328:424 (N)
Peter R, et al, Lesson of the week. Severe hypocalcaemia after being    — One day treatment is as effective as seven to eradicate H pylori     — illegible. One hundred years ago 328:1053
      given intravenous biphosphonate 328:335 (C), 328:1439                328(13 March 2004)                                                  — Indian Medical Association wants off-label prescribing (G
      (L)                                                               — Progesterone IUD is effective for menorrhagia 328 (19 June              Mudur) 328:974 (N)
Peterkin A, et al, Caring for Lesbian and Gay People:A Clinical Guide      2004)                                                               — NICE guidance has failed to end “postcode prescribing” (C
      (Books) 328:469 (R)                                               — Prolonged antithrombotics do not improve unstable coro-                 White) 328:1277 (N)
Peters TJ, see Bennewith O 328:1108, 328:1440                              nary syndrome 328 (7 February 2004)                                 — paper will be “last season” (G Watts) 328:1156 (N) (correction,
Petersen FC, see Dahle UR 328:464                                       — Risk of suicide in bipolar disorder is least with lithium 328 (14       329:85)
Peto J                                                                     February 2004)                                                      — patient pressure and and perceived medical need for investi-
— Data protection, informed consent, and research 328:1029              — Sildenafil is not effective in postmenopausal women with                gations, referral, and prescribing in primary care (P Little, et
   (E), 328:1437 (L)                                                       acquired genital sexual arousal disorder 328 (28 February              al) 328:444 (PC)
— see Treasure T 328:237                                                   2004)                                                               — safety features of general practice computer systems: evalua-
Peto R, see Doll R 328:1519                                             — Strontium reduces risk of symptomatic vertebral fracture 328            tion (B Fernando, et al) 328:1171 (PC), 328:1565 (L),
Petrovsky, Boris, Obituary (B Lichterman) 328:1381                         (15 May 2004)                                                          328:1566 (L)
pets, putting down and human euthanasia (R Anthony-Pillai)              — Symptomatic pulmonary embolisms predict recurrent ve-                — US, electronic prescribing savings (JH Tanne) 328:1155 (N)
      328:574                                                              nous thromboembolism 328 (17 April 2004)                            presentations, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:1081 (R)
Petticrew M, see Thomson H 328:282                                      — Tamsulosin is effective for renal colic 328 (20 March 2004)          Prevention of High Altitude Illness Trial Research Group, see
Peyser PM, Treating inguinal hernias 328:403 (L)                        — Use of a single course of steroids for preterm rupture of                  Gertsch JH 328:797
Pfisterer M, see Ammann P 328:1028                                         membranes 328 (1 May 2004)                                          preventive medicine
Pfizer, gabapentin: guilty plea but sales increase (J Lenzer)           poisoning, self, pesticides (M Eddleston, et al) 328:42 (ED)           — does your heart go on vacation? (E Rider) 328:890
      328:1217 (N)                                                      Pokka T, see Koivunen P 328:487                                        — general practice education to improve delivery systems (PA
phaeochromocytoma, diagnostic pitfalls (L Zendron, et al) (Les-         polio vaccination                                                         Margolis, et al) 328:388 (PC)
      son of the week) 328:629 (C)                                      — Africa, WHO warning (F Fleck) 328:1513 (N)                           — health initiatives in poor countries 328:894 (ED)
pharmacogenomic strategies, criteria influencing clinical uptake        — Nigeria                                                              — linkage of disease control programmes, Africa (DH Mo-
      (J Shah) (Recent developments) 328:1482 (C)                       — — campaign boycott (F Fleck) 328:485 (N)                                lyneux, et al) 328:1129 (ED)
pharmacology, on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:293 (R)              — — postponed (A Raufu) 328:1278 (N)                                   — second Wanless report welcomed by public health experts (C
PhD, study tips (E Davies) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s38 (24         — — traditional rulers call for halt (A Raufu) 328:306 (N)                Shannon) 328:542 (N)
      January 2004)                                                     Pollock AM                                                             — stroke opportunities being lost, study shows (R Dobson)
Pheby DFH, Sharing electronic health records 328:1437 (L)               — see Kerrison S 328:50                                                   328:975 (N)
Phillips AN, see Lundgren JD 328:253                                    — see Rowland DR 328:4                                                 Price-Forbes A, see Walji N BMJ Careers 328:s148
Phillips D, see Fletcher J 328:1437                                     Pollock T, see Holdgate A 328:1401                                     Prideaux D, see Worley P 328:207
Phillips G                                                              Pollock, Thomas Millar, Obituary (S Pollock) 328:112                   primary care trusts see also general practice
— see Donnan PT 328:1297                                                Poloniecki J, et al, Retrospective cohort study of false alarm rates   — Audit Commission report (N Koralage) 328:974 (N)
— see Garry R 328:129                                                         associated with a series of heart operations: the case for       — general practice disparities need to be tackled (D Singh)
Phillips K, see Bruce D 328:687                                               hospital mortality monitoring groups 328:375 (P)                    328:603 (N)
Phillips MR, see Eddleston M 328:42                                     polycystic ovary syndrome, electrocautery v. recombinant follicle      primary health care
Phillips PA, Campaign to revitalise academic medicine 328:1377                stimulating hormone (N Bayram, et al) 328:192 (P)                — blood pressure, dietary advice for single high reading (P
      (L)                                                               Poole A                                                                   Little, et al) 328:1054 (PC)
photographs, skin diseases, photo diagnosis can cut waiting             — What to do with a medical degree if you don’t want to work in        — The Challenge for Primary Care (Starey) (Books) 328:233 (R)
      times (R Dobson) 328:367 (N)                                         the NHS                                                             — headache: acupuncture
physician assistants, UK use (V Katikireddi) (News feature) BMJ         — — part 1: considering your options BMJ Careers 328:s213              — — cost effectiveness (D Wonderling, et al) 328:747 (PC)
      Careers 328:s69 (14 February 2004)                                      (29 May 2004)                                                    — — trial (AJ Vickers, et al) 328:744 (PC)
Picano E, Sustainability of medical imaging 328:578 (ED),               — — part 2: making the decision BMJ Careers 328:s227 (5 June           — heart failure, influence of socioeconomic deprivation on pri-
      328:1201 (L)                                                            2004)                                                               mary care burden and treatment: Scotland (FA McAlister, et
Pickering RM, see Cluett ER 328:314, 328:768                            Porter B, Campaign to revitalise academic medicine 328:1376               al) 328:1110 (PC)
Pickering WG, Regularly imbibing Dickens may inspire health-                  (L)                                                              — importance of patient pressure and perceived pressure and
      fulness 328:712 (L)                                               Poskitt KR, see Earnshaw JJ 328:1122                                      perceived medical need for investigations, referral, and pre-
Piepoli M, et al, Exercise training in patients with chronic heart      post-traumatic stress disorder, bmjlearning.com 328:624                   scribing in primary care (P Little, et al) 328:444 (PC)
      failure 328:711 (L)                                               Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board, interviews          — patient leaflets and patient empowerment in consultations (P
Pincock S                                                                     (R MacDonald) BMJ Careers 328:s223 (5 June 2004)                    Little, et al) 328:441 (PC)
— First NHS trusts awarded foundation status 328:854 (N)                postmortems                                                            — psychoses, early intervention for first episode (D Shiers, et al)
— Human Tissue Bill could jeopardise research, scientists warn          — after termination of pregnancy for fetal anomaly: retrospec-            328:1451 (E)
   328:1034 (N)                                                            tive cohort study (PA Boyd, et al) 328:137 (P)                      — Ten Minutes for the Family: Systemic Interventions in Primary Care
— Initiative to exchange cancer research information is                 — death of teaching autopsy 328:165 (L), 328:166 (L), 328:167             (Asen, et al, eds) (Books) 328:961 (R)
   launched 328:728 (N)                                                    (L), 328:406 (L)                                                    Prime KP, et al, Decline in mortality in children with HIV in the
— New HIV cases in England and Wales increase by 20% in past            Poston, Richard George Macmillan, Obituary (G Poston)                        UK and Ireland 328:524 (L)
   year 328:425 (N)                                                           328:171                                                          Prinjha S, see Ziebland S 328:564
— Trials of two microbicides to be launched in Africa 328:786           postoperative complications see also surgery, operative                Prior, Andrew William, Obituary (K Prior) 328:112
   (N)                                                                  — effects of transfusion with red cells filtered to remove leuco-      prisons
— UK government endorses national exercise regimen                         cytes: patients undergoing major surgery (JA van Hilten, et al)     — Carandiru (W Rashid) (Film) 328:1082 (R)
   328:1094 (N)                                                            328:1281 (P)                                                        — psychiatric patients
— WMA calls for retired academics to teach in developing world          postoperative mortality see also mortality                             — — being wrongly held (P Stephenson) 328:1095 (N)
   328:602 (N)                                                          — facing up to surgical deaths (MR de Leval) 328:361 (E)               — — discharge from medium secure units (A Maden, et al)
Pisan M, see Müller U 328:934                                           potassium, US intake (JH Tanne) 328:485 (N)                                  328:1534 (P)
placebos, success of blinding reported in randomised placebo            Potokar J, see Davies SJC 328:939                                      Pritchard J, et al, Drug points. Guillain-Barré syndrome seen in
      controlled trials (D Fergusson, et al) 328:432 (P), 328:1135      Potter JF, see Williams B 328:634                                            users of isotretinoin 328:1537
      (L), 328:1136 (L)                                                 Potter S, Three memorable consultations 328:998                        private medicine see also National Health Service
plague, US, infectious diseases expert imprisoned (JH Tanne)            Potts M, see Shelton JD 328:891                                        — Canada, aboriginal clinic plans (D Spurgeon) 328:972 (N)
      328:662 (N)                                                       Poulter NR, see Williams B 328:634                                     — private statins prescriptions (M Raithatha, et al) 328:400 (ED)
Plant M, The alcohol harm reduction strategy for England                Pound P, et al, Where is the evidence that animal research             — statins, payment (M Raithatha, et al) 328:400 (ED)
      328:905 (E), 328:1202 (L), 328:1203 (L)                                 benefits humans? 328:514 (ED), 328:1017 (L)                      — strange world (P Kandela) (Personal view) 328:355 (R)
Plavinskaja S, see Sparén P 328:11                                      poverty see also socioeconomic factors                                 problem based learning, Problem-Based Learning for Health Im-
Pleasant A, see Kuruvilla S 328:1193                                    — asthma, specialist nurse intervention to reduce unscheduled                provement: Practical Public Health for Every Professional (Cor-
Pless B, Road traffic injury prevention 328:846 (E)                        care in deprived multiethnic area: east London ELECTRA                    nell, et al) (Books) 328:113 (R)
Plowe CV, et al, Sustained clinical efficacy of sulfadoxine-               trial (C Griffiths, et al) 328:144 (PC)                             problem solving
      pyrimethamine for uncomplicated falciparum malaria in             — cancer survival gap widens (K Burke) 328:599 (N)                     — techniques: part 1 (D Midmer) BMJ Careers 328:s157 (17
      Malawi after 10 years as first line treatment: five year pro-     — health inequalities and, benefit levels must increase to allow          April 2004)
      spective study 328:545 (P) (correction, 762), 328:1259 (L),          healthy living (L Eaton) 328:366 (N)                                — techniques: part 2 (D Midmer) BMJ Careers 328:s166 (24
      328:1260 (L)                                                      Powell J                                                                  April 2004)
Plunkett J, see Geddes JF 328:719, 328:1317                             — NHS national programme for information technology                    Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board
pneumonia                                                                  328:1200 (L)                                                        — Nayeem Azim (A Arasu) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s282 (26
— amoxicillin treatment, three v. five day treatment (ISCAP             — see Eysenbach G 328:1166                                                June 2004)
   Study Group) 328:791 (P) (correction, 1066), 328:1566 (L),           Prabhu SP, Ionising radiation in infancy and adult cognitive           — how to pass (S Dosani, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s260 (19 June
   328:1567 (L)                                                               function 328:582 (L)                                                2004)
— earlier mobilisation improves outcomes 328 (POEM*) (17                Prabhu U                                                               — human resources perspective (J Adsett) BMJ Careers
   January 2003)                                                        — A user’s guide to clinical attachments (Clinical attachment)            328:s259 (19 June 2004)
pneumonia vaccine, children with diabetes (P Davies, et al)                BMJ Careers 328:s263 (19 June 2004)                                 — myth and reality (RI Ahmed) (Advice) BMJ Careers 328:s272
      328:203 (P)                                                       — Paediatricians as child protectors? BMJ Careers 328:s208 (22            (19 June 2004)
pneumothorax, stab in the dark. A memorable patient (BV John)              May 2004)                                                           — overseas doctors’ opinions (M Arafa) BMJ Careers 328:s243
      328:392                                                           Prady S, see Lester J 328:1188                                            (19 June 2004)
POEM* see also evidence-based medicine; fillers                         Prasad S, see Jacob A 328:1552                                         — passing PLAB 2 (KJ Patel, et al) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers
                                                                        pre-eclampsia                                                             328:s261 (19 June 2004)
— BNP improves outcomes in evaluation of dyspnoea 328 (29               — cancer risk and                                                      — tips for job hunting after (MS Rahman) (Advice) BMJ Ca-
   May 2004)                                                            — — overview (A Taylor) 328:909 (E)                                       reers 328:s271 (19 June 2004)
— Breast augmentation is unlikely to affect cancer identification       — — follow up of Jerusalem perinatal study cohort (O Paltiel, et       professions, jealousy. One hundred years ago 328:887
   328 (12 June 2004)                                                         al) 328:919 (P)                                                  prognosis
— Bupropion and telephone support helps smokers to quit 328             — precursor of vasa praevia (A Woods, et al) (Minerva) 328:652         — after cochlear implantation (RT Ramsden) 328:419 (E)
   (21 February 2004)                                                      (R)                                                                 — melanoma: unfinished trip (A Liberati) (Personal view)
— Data on treating bronchiolitis is severely limited 328 (5 June        pregnancy see also birth weight; labour                                   328:531 (R)
   2004)                                                                — ABC of smoking cessation (T Coleman) 328:575 (C)                     project management, research and audit work management (G
— Discontinuing aspirin or warfarin is optional for cataract            — health and safety risks (J Smith) BMJ Careers 328:s168 (24                 Lyratzopoulos, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s196 (15 May 2004)
   surgery 328 (3 January 2003)                                            April 2004)                                                         prostate cancers
— Donepezil is somewhat effective for Alzheimer’s, probably             — nausea and vomiting treatment. Interactive case report               — early localised may accelerate after 15 years (JH Tanne, et al)
   better than galantamine 328 (10 January 2003)                        — — contents (N Harker, et al) 328:396 (C)                                328:1394 (N)



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                           PER-PRO             21
— management, patient preferences: discrete choice experi-                 — Chernobyl fallout, thyroid cancers increase in women (R             — HIV and tuberculosis screening (R Coker) 328:298 (E),
   ment (M Sculpher, et al) 328:382 (P)                                      Dobson) 328:1394 (N)                                                  328:897 (L)
— risk factors, ejaculation (S Gottlieb) 328:851 (N)                       — cognitive function in adulthood and low doses in infancy:           — integrating health care for mothers and children (A Hafeez, et
protease inhibitors, antiretrovirals, protease inhibitors or non-            Sweden (P Hall, et al) 328:19 (P), 328:581 (L), 328:582 (L)           al) 328:834 (ED) (correction, 1236)
      nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors (Y              — medical response to radiation incidents and radionuclear            — new developments in refugee medicine (P Cross, et al) BMJ
      Yazdanpanah, et al) 328:249 (P)                                        threats (I Turai, et al) 328:568 (C), 328:1074 (L), 328:1075 (L)      Careers 328:s283 (26 June 2004)
proton pump inhibitors, step down (POEM*) 328 (31 January                  — sustainability of medical imaging (E Picano) 328:578 (ED),          — post-immigration refugee medicine (KM Adams, et al)
      2004)                                                                  328:1201 (L)                                                          328:1548 (C)
Proudlove N, see Black S 328:582                                          Radiation Therapy Oncology Group, see Soares HP 328:22                 — trafficking and health (J Busza, et al) 328:1369 (ED)
Prout, Muriel Frances ("Mona"), Obituary (JM Chalmers)                    radiology, career advice (B Kelly) BMJ Careers 328:s63 (14            Reich V, et al, Preserving today’s scientific record for tomorrow
      328:1502                                                                   February 2004)                                                       328:61 (E)
Prozac                                                                    radiotherapy, breast cancers, surgery in early stages should be       Reid R, see Bruce D 328:687
— Let Them Eat Prozac (J Collier) (Books) 328:411 (R)                            followed by radiotherapy (S Gottlieb) 328:186 (N)              Reilly DT, No time to train surgeons 328:1133 (L)
— premenstrual disease dropped from product information (R                Raffle AE, Cervical screening 328:1272                                Reis S, see Rabinowitz I 328:501
   Moynihan) 328:365 (N)                                                  Raffle, Philip Andrew Banks, Obituary (WM Dixon, et al) 328:900       relatives, role of next of kin in accessing health records of
Psiachou-Leonard E, see Roberts I BMJ Careers 328:s43                     Rahman A, see Patel V 328:820                                               deceased relatives (AM Lucassen, et al) 328:952 (ED)
psychiatry                                                                Rahman MS, From PLAB test to job: some practical considera-           religion and medicine
— Cayman Islands (C Abbasian) (The way I see it) BMJ Careers                     tions (Advice) BMJ Careers 328:s271 (19 June 2004)              — Cotswold churches (K Barraclough) (Soundings) 328:591 (R)
   328:s187 (8 May 2004)                                                  Raine R, et al, General practitioners’ perceptions of chronic          — spiritual relief. A memorable patient (S Hull) 328:815
— Desiree Cox (G Yamey) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s37 (24                        fatigue syndrome and beliefs about its management, com-        remuneration
   January 2004)                                                                 pared with irritable bowel syndrome: qualitative study          — doctors
— Dr Mukti and Other Tales of Woe (P Sen) (Books) 328:650 (R)                    328:1354 (PC)                                                   — — BMA frustration at pay award for doctors on old contract (Z
— Nature and Narrative: An Introduction to the New Philosophy of          Raithatha N, et al, Paying for statins 328:400 (ED)                         Kmietowicz) 328:663 (N)
   Psychiatry (Fulford, et al, eds) (Books) 328:113 (R)                   Raja A, see Ahmed M 328:782                                            — — financial incentives (MA Rodwin) 328:1328 (E)
— Women in Psychiatry Special Interest Group (R Ramsay)                   Rajagopalan S, et al, Cutaneous orf caused by contact with sheep      renal centres, documenting life (L Eaton) 328:544 (N)
   BMJ Careers 328:s116 (20 March 2004)                                          (Minerva) 328:1506 (R)                                         renal colic, tamsulosin (POEM*) 328 (20 March 2004)
psychoses, early intervention for first episode psychosis (D Shi-         Rajapaksa LC, see Basnyat B 328:781                                   renal medicine, career advice (A Chesser) BMJ Careers 328:s23
      ers, et al) 328:1451 (E)                                            Rajpara SM, South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:837 (L)             (17 January 2004)
psychotherapy, eating disorders, recommendation (Z Kmi-                   Ralston JD, et al, Patients’ experience with a diabetes support       Renehan AG, et al, Cost effectiveness analysis for intensive versus
      etowcz) 328:245 (N)                                                        programme based on a interactive electronic medical                  conventional follow up after curative resection for colorec-
public health                                                                    record: qualitative study 328:1159 (P)                               tal cancer 328:81 (P)
— Child Public Health (M Blair, et al) (Books) 328:1384 (R)               Rambihar VS, Hit for six 328:1500 (L)                                 Renton, Peter, Obituary (S Rubin) 328:352
— don’t know what you’ve got till its gone 328:1568 (L)                   Ramchandani P, Treatment of major depressive disorder in              repetitive strain disorder, Constructing RSI: Belief and Desire (P
— EU commissioner, David Byrne interview (R Watson)                              children and adolescence 328:3 (E), 328:524 (L), 328:525             Croft) (Books) 328:354 (R)
   328:1096 (N)                                                                  (L), 328:711 (L)                                               reports, writing (M Griffiths) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s28 (17
— making interventions more evidence based (B Kirkwood)                   Ramesh P, et al, Q&A. Blocked ears and flying 328:708                       January 2004)
   328:966 (E)                                                            ramipril                                                              reproduction see also infertility
— printing error reveals effectiveness (O Brborovic) 328:874               — cardiovascular and renal outcomes in type 2 diabetes (M             — environmental chemicals and: evidence? (RM Sharpe, et al)
— Ron LaPorte interview on “telepreventive medicine” (G                      Marre, et al) 328:495 (PC) (correction, 686)                          328:447 (C)
   Yamey) 328:1158 (N)                                                     — conundrum of HOPE study 328:167 (L)                                research see also academic medicine; Medical Research Council
— Your Life (A Tonks) (The Press) 328:293 (R)                             Ramos JD, Infopoints. International online discussion lists on         — applying for posts (K Maruthachalam) (Tips on...) BMJ Ca-
Public Library of Science see also electronic publishing                         chronic myelogenous leukaemia 328:1177 (IP)                       reers 328:s209 (22 May 2004)
— open access publishing takes off (T Delamothe, et al) 328:1 (E)         Ramsay R, Women in Psychiatry Special Interest Group BMJ               — assessing ethics of trials in systematic reviews (MA Weingar-
publishing see also authors; electronic publishing; journals; open               Careers 328:s116 (20 March 2004)                                  ten, et al) 328:1013 (ED)
      access publishing; writing                                          Ramsay-Baggs P, see Gallagher JR 328:644                               — BMJ, honesty box for research warts 328:1320 (L)
— tropical medicine, representation of authors and editors from           Ramsden RT, Prognosis after cochlear implantation 328:419 (E)          — CHAIN evaluation: bridging gap between research and prac-
   countries with different human development indexes (J                  randomised controlled trials see also clinical trials                    tice (J Russell, et al) 328:1174 (IP), 328:1564 (L)
   Keiser, et al) 328:1229 (P)                                             — bad reporting does not mean bad methods: Radiation                  — commercial straitjacket interview (S Mayor) 328:1036 (N)
pulmonary embolism                                                           Therapy Oncology Group study (HP Soares, et al) 328:22 (P),         — conflict of interest statement and reader perceptions of cred-
— fondaparinux v. unfractionated heparin (POEM*) 328 (6                      328:286 (L)                                                           ibility (S Schroter, et al) 328:742 (P)
   March 2004)                                                             — complex interventions: how “out of control"? (P Hawe, et al)        — Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease groups fail to reach agreement on
— LMW heparin (POEM*) 328 (8 May 2004)                                       328:1561 (ED)                                                         protocol (O Dyer) 328:603 (N)
— recurrent venous thromboembolism (POEM*) 328 (17 April                   — descriptive survey of UK trials 1980-2002: 328:49 (L)               — data protection, informed consent and (J Peto, et al) 328:1029
   2004)                                                                   — evaluation of health effects of social interventions (H Thom-         (E), 328:1437 (L)
pulmonary hypertension, screening, in sickle cell disease (S                 son, et al) 328:282 (ED)                                            — drug industry sponsorship: new Cochrane policy tightens
      Gottlieb) 328:543 (N)                                                — extending CONSORT                                                     limits (J Lenzer) 328:976 (N)
Purcell B, et al, Effectiveness of antibiotics in preventing menin-        — — overview (MJ Campbell) 328:654 (E)                                — Experiment: Conversations in Art and Science (Arends, et al, eds)
      gococcal disease after a case: systematic review 328:1339            — — extension (MK Campbell, et al) 328:702 (ED)                         (Books) 328:114 (R)
      (P)                                                                  — success of blinding reported in placebo controlled trials (D        — funding, extra ’a3100m by 2008 (H Khwaja) 328:728 (N)
Purwar, Shri Ram, Obituary (R Purwar) 328:171                                Fergusson, et al) 328:432 (P), 328:1135 (L), 328:1136 (L)           — how PR firms use research to sell products (P Boynton, et al)
pyelonephritis, treatment, in children (JC Craig, et al) 328:179          Ranmuthugala G, see Murshed R 328:493                                    (The Press) 328:530 (R)
      (E), 328:957 (L)                                                    rashes, and acute nephritic syndrome due to candesartan (A             — Human Tissue Bill, scientists’ warning (S Pincock) 328:1034
pyritinol, severe cholestatic hepatitis and (V Maria, et al) (Lesson of          Morton, et al) (Drug points) 328:25                               (N)
      the week) 328:572 (C)                                               Rashid W, Carandiru (Film) 328:1082 (R)                                — improvement 328:47 (L)
                                                                          Raski R, see Koivunen P 328:487                                        — integrating qualitative research with trials in systematic re-
                                                                          Rassam SMB, see Bowcock SJ 328:1430                                      views (J Thomas, et al) 328:1010 (ED)
                                  Q                                       Rassam SS, see Doran M 328:1364                                        — neurosciences, bodies disappointed by decision to cancel
                                                                          Rathbone A, see Mohammed MA 328:1474                                     primate research laboratory (S Mayor) 328:306 (N)
Qazi S, see Awasthi S 328:1567                                            rats, trichophyton mentagrophytes infections from (JE Gach, et al)     — project management (G Lyratzopoulos, et al) BMJ Careers
qualitative research, integrating with trials in systematic reviews              (Minerva) 328:1142 (R)                                            328:s196 (15 May 2004)
     (J Thomas, et al) 328:1010 (ED)                                      RATS Group, see Pound P 328:514                                        — public health, making interventions more evidence based (B
quality, research assessment (P Glasziou, et al) 328:39 (ED)              Raufu A                                                                  Kirkwood) 328:966 (E)
quality of health care                                                     — Nigeria postpones programme of polio immunisation                   — quality assessment (P Glasziou, et al) 328:39 (ED)
— effect of flow charts on use of blood transfusions in primary              328:1278 (N)                                                        — researchers’ ancillary ethical responsibilities (L Belsky, et al)
  total hip and knee replacement (U Müller, et al) 328:934 (Q)             — Traditional rulers in northern Nigeria call for halt to polio         328:1494 (ED)
— on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:293 (R)                               vaccination 328:306 (N)                                             — resuscitating clinical research in UK 328:48 (L), 328:49 (L),
— NHS, getting better or worse? 328:106 (L), 328:107 (L)                  Ravichandran G, see Wardrope J 328:722                                   328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)
— US, surgical quality: review of Californian measures (MS                Rawdon S, Role of next of kin in accessing health records of           — Save European research campaign 328:286 (L), 328:522 (L)
  Broder, et al) 328:152 (IP)                                                    deceased relatives. Commentary: needs of the living should      — south-east Asia, importance (R Sadana) 328:826 (ED),
quantum physics, stayin’ alive with (K Barraclough) (Soundings)                  come first 328:954 (ED)                                           328:1497 (L)
     328:1385 (R)                                                         Rawle, Diane, Obituary (M Rawle) 328:171                               — threat in UK (R Nicholson) 328:1212 (E)
Quenon JL, see Michel P 328:199                                           Ray S, et al, Secondary prevention for stroke and transient            — UK governance strategy 328:49 (L), 328:50 (L)
questionnaires                                                                   ischaemic attacks 328:896 (L)                                   — What Price Better Health? Hazards of the Research Imperative
— Hands-on guide to questionnaire research                                Rayatt S, see Hudspith J 328:1487                                        (Callahan) (Books) 328:1140 (R)
— — Administering, analysing, and reporting your question-                Read C, Climate Change and Human Health (Books) 328:1324 (R)          research fraud
      naire (PM Boynton) 328:1372 (ED) (correction, 329:323)              Recent advances, cataract surgery customisation (M Woodcock,           — Australia, Bruce Hall allowed to relocate (C Zinn) 328:66 (N)
— — Reaching beyond the white middle classes (PM Boynton, et                     et al) 328:92 (C)                                               — Britain prefers talk to action 328:229 (L)
      al) 328:1433 (ED)                                                   Recent developments, Criteria influencing the clinical uptake of       — Rajit Kumar Chandra, three journals raise doubts on validity
— — Selecting, designing, and developing (PM Boynton, et al)                     pharmacogenomic strategies (J Shah) 328:1482 (C)                  of studies (C White) 328:67 (N) (correction, 257), 328:465 (L)
      328:1312 (ED)                                                       recombinant follicle stimulating hormone, polycystic ovary syn-        — Finland, financial misappropriation (J Palo) (Personal view)
Quickfall JA, see Katikireddi V 328:770                                          drome, comparison with electrocautery (N Bayram, et al)           328:1083 (R)
Quilliam, Peter, Obituary (P Quilliam, et al) 328:408 (L)                        328:192 (P)                                                     — journal editors, right priorities? 328:230 (L)
Quin J                                                                    Reddy KS, see Ghaffar A 328:807, 328:1499                             respiratory diseases
— Excerpts from a Family Medical Dictionary (Books) 328:1571 (R)          Redpath A                                                              — 13th annual conference of European Respiratory Society.
— Experiment (Books) 328:114 (R)                                           — see McAlister FA 328:1110                                             Medscape conference coverage 328:209
Quinn T, see Thomson H 328:282                                             — see Murphy NF 328:1413                                              — south-east Asia, burden of non-communicable diseases (A
Quinney D, see Goodacre S 328:254                                         Reece RM, The evidence base for shaken baby syndrome                     Ghaffar, et al) 328:807 (C), 328:1499 (L)
Qureshi AF, see Mendis L 328:779                                                 328:1316 (L)                                                   respiratory syncytial virus infections, prevention in infants (J
                                                                          Reed LJ, et al, Prescription of heroin to treatment resistant               Handforth, et al) 328:1026 (E)
                                                                                 heroin addicts 328:228 (L)                                     respiratory tract infections
                                  R                                       Reene TS, see Palazzo FF 328:850                                       — burns in children from steam inhalation (SM Murphy, et al)
                                                                          Rees RW                                                                  (Lesson of the week) 328:757 (C)
Rabinowitz I, et al, Length of patient’s monologue, rate of com-           — see Thomas J 328:1010                                               — infants, metapneumovirus (S Gottlieb) 328:246 (N)
      pletion, and relation to other components of the clinical            — see Vickers AJ 328:744                                             resuscitation
      encounter: observational intervention study in primary              Reeves G, see Banks E 328:1291                                         — brother (M Radhamanohar) (Personal view) 328:1385 (R)
      care 328:501 (PC) (correction, 1236)                                Reeves, Graham, doctors suspended for removing wrong kidney            — disabled, London hospital to face High Court (C Dyer)
race, ethnicity and health (N Pearce, et al) 328:1070 (ED)                       (O Dyer) 328:246 (N)                                              328:125 (N)
racial discrimination see also ethnic groups                              refeeding syndrome, underdiagnosed (SD Hearing) 328:908 (E)            — pregnancy, article omitted several points 328:168 (L)
 — Blofeld report, Reid refuses to accept all recommendations             referrals see also consultations                                       — saline v. albumin in critically ill (S Mayor) 328:852 (N)
   (M Gould) 328:423 (N) (correction, 563)                                 — importance of patient pressure and perceived pressure and          retina, perimacular retinal folds from childhood head trauma
 — BMA settles cases (O Dyer) 328:1154 (N)                                   perceived medical need for investigations, referral, and pre-            (PE Lantz, et al) (Evidence based case report) 328:754 (C)
 — Rajendra Chaudhary wins ’a3815 000 from BMA (C Dyer)                      scribing in primary care (P Little, et al) 328:444 (PC)            retinopathy, ocular and systemic causes in patients without dia-
   328:786 (N)                                                             — private medicine: strange world (P Kandela) (Personal view)              betes mellitus (J Venkatramani, et al) 328:625 (C)
 — consultants, characteristics of distinction award holders in              328:355 (R)                                                        retirement, Scotland, general practice, GPs’ willingness to take
   England and Wales (TW Lambert, et al) 328:1347 (P)                                                                                                 part in post-retirement retention scheme (M Chambers, et
                                                                          refugees                                                                    al) 328:329 (PC)
 — NHS institutional racism report (M Gould) 328:367 (N)                   — doctors                                                            revalidation
 — prejudices of good people (A Esmail) 328:1448 (E)                       — — Clinical Experience Scheme (P Trafford) BMJ Careers               — general practitioners, randomised comparison of two revali-
Rackow, Francis Isidore, Obituary (M Hodkinson) 328:1264                         328:s279 (26 June 2004)                                           dation models (D Bruce, et al) 328:687 (LP), 328:1077 (L)
Radford T, Korean scientists clone 30 human embryos 328:421                — — helping gain entry into NHS (R Chambers) BMJ Careers              — purpose needs to be clear (T van Zwanenberg) 328:684 (LP)
      (N)                                                                        328:s281 (26 June 2004)                                        Reveiz L, If it doesn’t work, stop it 328:1015 (L)
Radhamanohar M, If it was your brother (Personal view)                     — — Scottish programme (F Dorrian) BMJ Careers 328:s280              Revere D, see Ralston JD 328:1159
      328:1385 (R)                                                               (26 June 2004)                                                 Reviewing Animal Trials Systematically (RATS) Group, see
radiation exposure                                                         — GPs need training and funding 328:770 (L)                                Pound P 328:514



22     PRO-REV                                                                                                                                                                       January−June 2004
Revill S, see Goodacre S 328:254                                     Robinson K, Working in the United Arab Emirates BMJ Careers           Sackett DL, Turning a blind eye 328:1136 (L)
Reynolds EH, The Brainstorms Village (Books) 328:715 (R)                   328:s25 (17 January 2004)                                       Sadana R, et al, Importance of health research in South Asia
Reynolds S, et al, Interactive case report, Treating nausea and      Rockall L, see Banks E 328:1291                                             328:826 (ED), 328:1497 (L)
      vomiting during pregnancy. Commentary: Patient’s per-          Roddy E, ABC of smoking cessation. Bupropion and other non-           Sadler GP, see Palazzo FF 328:850
      spective 328:504 (C)                                                 nicotine pharmacotherapies 328:509 (C)                          Saha P, Going from SAS to SpR BMJ Careers 328:s236 (12 June
rheumatology                                                         Roderick P, Normal serum aminotransferase concentration and                 2004)
 — ABC of rheumatology                                                     risk of mortality from liver diseases: prospective cohort       Sainsbury, Peter, Obituary (R Rathod) 328:1442
 — — Low back pain (C Speed) 328:1119 (C)                                  study. Commentary: Liver function tests: defining what’s        St John’s Ambulance Brigade, two nil. Two memorable patients (J
 — — Pain in the hip and knee (AJ Hamer) 328:1067 (C)                      normal 328:987 (P)                                                    Banks) 328:285
Riaz R, see Hafeez A 328:834                                         Rodwin MA, Financial incentives for doctors 328:1328 (E)              Sakula, Alex, Obituary (D Gibbs, et al) 328:409 (L)
Riaz U, Treating homosexuality as a sickness 328:955 (L)             Roeder C, see Müller U 328:934                                        Salam MA, see Bhutta ZA 328:816
ribbon campaigns                                                     Rogers H, et al, NHS Modernisation Agency’s way to improve            salicylates, topical rubefacients containing salicylates for pain
 — development (R Coombes) (The Press) 328:589 (R)                         health care 328:463 (L)                                               treatment (L Mason, et al) 328:995 (PC)
 — making us loopy? (M Fitzpatrick) 328:588 (R)                      Rollin, Sonia, Obituary (HR Rollin) 328:1442                          Salim A, Birth of a baby girl and social stigma 328:1563
Rich A, et al, Clinical attachments—time for a change (Clinical      Roman E, see Smith AG 328:932                                         saline, resuscitation, comparison with albumin in critically ill (S
      attachment) BMJ Careers 328:s264 (19 June 2004)                Room S, Data protection, informed consent, and research                     Mayor) 328:852 (N)
Richards, Brian, Obituary (L Mather, et al) 328:352                        328:1437 (L)                                                    Salmon P
Richards M, et al, Cognitive ability in childhood and cognitive      Roovers J-P, et al, Hysterectomy and sexual wellbeing 328:108 (L)      — see Ring A 328:1057
      decline in mid-life: longitudinal birth cohort study 328:552   Roscoe TJ, Do patients with unexplained physical symptoms              — see Wright EB 328:864, 328:1319
      (P)                                                                  pressurise GPs for somatic treatment? 328:1319 (L)              Salome CM, see Toelle BG 328:386
Richards T, Exchanging health lessons globally 328:239 (E)           Rose G, Aid may make roads more dangerous than landmines              Salomon JA, et al, Comparability of self rated health: cross
Richardson, Barbora, Obituary (G Livingston) 328:527                       328:1260 (L)                                                          sectional multi-country survey using anchoring vignettes
Richardson HS, see Belsky L 328:1494                                 Rose S                                                                      328:258 (P)
Richardus JH, see Smith WCS 328:1459                                 — Death of the teaching autopsy 328:166 (L)                           Samanta A, et al, Is epidural injection of steroids effective for low
Richens J, ABC of sexually transmitted infections. Main presenta-    — Payment for coroners’ postmortem examinations 328:406                     back pain? 328:1509 (E)
      tions of sexually transmitted infections in men 328:1251         (L)                                                                 Samanta J, see Samanta A 328:1509
      (C)                                                            Rosen AB, see Greenberg D 328:1536                                    Samarasinghe D, et al, Tobacco related harm in South Asia
Rickards A, see Gibbs JL 328:611                                     Rosen R, see Dixon J 328:223                                                328:780 (E)
Rickenbach M, see Young J 328:15                                     Rosen SD, see Ashrafian H 328:300                                     Samuel R, see Kuruvilla S 328:1193
Rickli H, see Ammann P 328:1028                                      Rosenberg J, see Øberg E 328:403                                      Samuelsson S, see Purcell B 328:1339
Rickman N, see Fenn P 328:417                                        Rosenfeld JA, The Speckled Monster (Books) 328:233 (R)                Sandars JE, et al, How electronic communication is changing
Rider E, Does your heart go on vacation? 328:890                     Rosenthal D, see Reich V 328:61                                             health care 328:1564 (L)
Rigau D, see Borja J 328:1567                                        Ross JR, et al, Systematic review of role of biphosphates on          Sandercock P, see Pound P 328:514
Rigby M, see Russell J 328:1174                                            skeletal morbidity in metastatic cancer 327:469 (correction,    Sanders T, Select committee castigated for citing death of 3 year
Rigby MJ, Is the NHS getting better or worse? 328:106 (L)                  328:384)                                                              old girl in obesity report (The Press) 328:1503 (R)
Riley DR, see Walji N BMJ Careers 328:s148                           Rossi E, see Clavenna A 328:711                                       Sanderson H
Riley T, see Hawe P 328:1561                                         Rossing P, see Hovind P 328:1105                                       — et al, Lessons from central Hampshire electronic health
Ring A, et al, Do patients with unexplained physical symptoms        Rossiter A, see Flynn S BMJ Careers 328:s167                             record pilot project: evaluation of the electronic health record
      pressurise general practitioners for somatic treatment? A      Rossiter JD, et al, Cicatricial ectropion of eyelid after repair of      for supporting patient care and secondary analysis 328:875
      qualitative study 328:1057 (PC), 328:1319 (L)                        facial laceration (Minerva) 328:1574 (R)                           (IP)
Ringwald P, Sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine for uncomplicated fal-         Rostrop, Morten, interview with (T Sheldon) 328:426 (N)                — see Adams T 328:871
      ciparum malaria 328:1259 (L)                                   Roth EA, see Chang JT 328:680                                         Sandhur H, see Murray E 328:437
Riordan DC, Interaction strategies of lesbian, gay and bisexual      Rothwell PM, see Coull AJ 328:326                                     Sandlow J, Pathogenesis and treatment of varicoceles 328:967
      healthcare practitioners in the clinical examination of pa-    Roulston, Jim, Obituary (C Roulston) 328:647                                (E) (correction, 1486)
      tients: qualitative study 328:1227 (P), 328:1567 (L)           Roumen RMH, see van Hilten JA 328:1281                                Santarlasci B, see Messori A 328:405
Risdon RA, see Harding B 328:720                                     Rowan K, et al, Hospitals’ star ratings and clinical outcomes:        Santesso NA, see Tugwell P 328:1362, 328:1425
risk assessment, spinal injuries after trauma (J Wardrope, et al)          ecological study 328:924 (P)                                    Saper, Jerzy, Obituary (S Zieminska) 328:53
      328:721 (E)                                                    Rowland DR, et al, Choice and responsiveness for older people         Sargent RP, et al, Reduced incidence of admissions for myocar-
risk factors                                                               in the “patient centred” NHS 328:4 (E), 328:350 (L)                   dial infarction associated with public smoking ban: before
 — anxiety, treatment in Pakistan (I Mirza, et al) 328:794 (P)       Roy M, ed, Physician’s Guide to Terrorist Attack (Books) 328:1022           and after study 328:977 (P), 328:1379 (L), 328:1380 (L)
 — breast cancers                                                          (R)                                                             SARS see severe acute respiratory syndrome
 — — daily aspirin (JH Tanne) 328:1336 (N)                           Royal College of Anaesthetists, how to pass FRCA (S Dosani, et        Sarvesvaran, Rasaratnam ("Esha"), Obituary (C Mahendra)
 — — HRT trial stopped early (C Dyer) 328:305 (N)                          al) BMJ Careers 328:s218 (29 May 2004)                                328:171
 — cancers after pre-eclampsia                                       Royal College of General Practitioners, how to pass MRCGP (S          Sarwal A, Endpiece. Clamming up 328:325
 — — overview (A Taylor) 328:909 (E)                                       Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s195 (15 May 2004) (correction          Sassi F, et al, Affirmative action: the lessons for health care
 — — follow up of Jerusalem perinatal study cohort (O Paltiel, et          328:1486)                                                             328:1213 (E)
      al) 328:919 (P)                                                Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists                     Saunders NJStG, see Cluett ER 328:314, 328:768
 — coronary disease                                                  — how to pass MRCOG (S Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s228 (5                Saunders, Peter, Obituary (P Milton, et al) 328:647
 — — hormone replacement therapy (K McPherson) 328:357 (E)             June 2004)                                                          Saunders SMF, Results of eVALuate study of hysterectomy tech-
 — — and social class in childhood and adulthood (S Ebrahim, et      — mentoring scheme (P Bowen-Simpkins, et al) BMJ Careers                    niques 328:642 (L)
      al) 328:861 (correction, 1104) (P)                               328:s56 (7 February 2004)                                           Savelyich BSP, see Fernando B 328:1171
 — eclampsia drills (S Thompson, et al) 328:269 (Q) (correction,     Royal College of Paediatrics, how to pass MRCPCH and DCH (S           Savulescu J, Thalassaemia major: the murky story of deferiprone
   762)                                                                    Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s177 (1 May 2004)                             328:358 (E)
 — on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:293 (R)                      Royal College of Pathologists, how to pass MRCPath (S Dosani)         Scales, John Tracey, Obituary (P Hampson) 328:714
 — prostate cancers, ejaculation (S Gottlieb) 328:851 (N)                  BMJ Careers 328:s237 (12 June 2004)                             scars, keloids and (TA Mustoe) 328:1329 (E)
 — schizophrenia, coeliac disease (WW Eaton, et al) 328:438 (P)      Royal College of Physicians of London                                 Scemama O, see Michel P 328:199
   (correction, 563), 328:1017 (L)                                   — Acute Medicine: Making it Work for Patients (L Eaton) 328:1091      Schachter SC, The Brainstorms Village: Epilepsy in our World
 — stroke, early risk after transient ischaemic attack or minor        (N)                                                                       (Books) 328:715 (R)
   stroke (AJ Coull, et al) 328:326 (PC)                             — Clinicians, Services and Commissioning in Chronic Disease Man-      ScHARR, future for links pages? (D Carnall) (Website) 328:1207
risperidone, nose bleeds associated with (Drug points) 328:1416        agement in the NHS (S Mayor) 328:1396 (N)                                 (R)
      (P)                                                            — how to pass MRCP (S Dosani) BMJ Careers 328:s155 (17                Schiavetti B, et al, NSAIDs during pregnancy and risk of miscar-
Rizo C, see Eysenbach G 328:1166                                       April 2004)                                                               riage 328:108 (L)
RNA interference, (J Downward) (Science, medicine, and the future)   — Staffing Levels in Acute Medicine (D Singh) 328:1034 (N)            Schippers GM, see Emmen MJ 328:318
      328:1245 (C)                                                   — Storing Up Problems (S Mayor) 328:363 (N)                           Schirrmeister H, see Hetzel M 328:1051
road traffic accidents                                               — why middle aged GP sat MRCP (M Houghton) (The way I see             schizophrenia, coeliac disease and, Danish national registers
 — alcohol limit for drink driving should be much lower 328:895        it) BMJ Careers 328:s156 (17 April 2004)                                  (WW Eaton, et al) 328:438 (P) (correction, 563), 328:1017
   (L) (correction, 1284)                                            Royal College of Psychiatrists, How to pass MRCPsych (S                     (L)
 — Benetton safety posters for WHO (J Maskalyk) (ads) 328:902              Dosani, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s207 (22 May 2004)               Schneeweiss S, et al, Clinical and economic consequences of a
   (R)                                                               Royal College of Surgeons, how to pass MRCS (S Dosani) BMJ                  reimbursement restriction of nebulised respiratory therapy
 — lithium use in elderly adults and (M Etminan, et al) 328:558            Careers 328:s165 (24 April 2004)                                      in adults: direct comparison of randomised and observa-
   (P), 328:895 (L) (correction, 1284), 328:896 (L)                  Rozmovits L, see Ziebland S 328:564                                         tional evaluations 328:560 (PC)
 — motorcycle rider conspicuity and crash related injury (S          Ruan ZX, see Xu WH 328:1285                                           Scholtz M, see Kuruvilla S 328:1193
   Wells, et al) 328:857 (P)                                         Rubenstein LZ, see Chang JT 328:680                                   schools, random drug testing fails screening criteria 328:641 (L)
 — research on prevention in developing countries is needed          Rubin G, see Wallace A 328:168                                        schools, medical see also education, medical
   328:895 (L)                                                       Rudolph RI, Use of healthcare resources in the last six months of      — Munnabhai M.B.B.S (S Pai) (Film) 328:841 (R)
 — Road Trauma: socially accepted horror movie (G Mazairac)                life 328:1201 (L)                                                — Sam Leinster (F Lynch) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s48 (31
   (Personal view) 328:903 (R)                                       Ruggles R, see Anderson HR 328:1052                                      January 2004)
 — safety advocacy (J Breen) 328:888 (ED), 328:1261 (L)              Rühland L, see Birtwhistle RV 328:204                                  — selection of students
 — war on roads: two years on (I Roberts, et al) 328:845 (E),        Rushforth B                                                            — — A levels and intelligence as predictors in UK doctors
   328:1260 (L)                                                      — "Arrogant doctors” not to blame for variability in drug pre-              328:585 (L)
 — World Report on Road Traffic Injury Prevention                      scribing 328:1516 (N)                                                — — information for disabled students (R MacDonald) (News
 — — overview (B Pless) 328:846 (E)                                  — Teaching medical students on the wards (Tips on...) BMJ                   feature) BMJ Careers 328:s109 (13 March 2004)
 — — summary (O Dyer) 328:851 (N)                                      Careers 328:s78 (21 February 2004)                                   — — opening doors (S Hilton, et al) 328:1508 (E)
Roberts CM, Take a break—the importance of sabbatical leave          Rushworth S, see Katikireddi V BMJ Careers 328:s69
      (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s28 (17 January 2004)       Russell J                                                              — — postgraduate v. undergraduate entry schemes (D
Roberts, Griffith Wyn, Obituary (M Roberts) 328:1382                 — Management of anorexia nervosa revisited 328:479 (E),                     Halpenny) (News feature) BMJ Careers 328:s49 (31 Janu-
Roberts H                                                              328:1075 (L), 328:1076 (L)                                                ary 2004), s149 (10 April 2004)
 — Child Public Health (Books) 328:1384 (R)                          — et al, Soft networks for bridging the gap between research and       — — standardised admission ratio for measuring widening par-
 — et al, Mentoring to reduce antisocial behaviour in childhood        practice: illuminative evaluation of CHAIN 328:1174 (IP),                 ticipation (K Seyan, et al) 328:1545 (LP)
   328:512 (ED)                                                        328:1564 (L)                                                         — social class, ethnic, and sex differences in school pupils’ per-
Roberts I                                                            Russia see also Europe                                                   ceptions (T Greenhalgh, et al) 328:1541 (LP)
 — Saddam Hussein’s medical examination should not have              — AIDS, group accuses government of hampering efforts (A              Schroeder K, see Hay AD 328:1062
   been broadcast 328:51                                               Osborn) 328:1154 (N)                                                Schroter S
 — et al, War on the roads: two years on 328:845 (E), 328:1260 (L)   — health services, half of doctors face sack (A Osborn) 328:1092       — et al, Authors’ perceptions of electronic publishing: two cross
 — et al, Paediatric haematology BMJ Careers 328:s43 (31 Janu-         (N)                                                                    sectional surveys 328:1350 (P)
   ary 2004)                                                         — long term mortality after starvation during siege of Lenin-          — et al, BMJ training for peer reviewers 328:658 (E)
 — see Pound P 328:514                                                 grad: prospective cohort study (P Sparén, et al) 328:11 (P),         — et al, Does the type of competing interest statement affect
Roberts J                                                              328:346 (L)                                                            readers’ perceptions of the credibility of research? Ran-
 — Escape from normality (Personal view) 328:962 (R)                 — organ transplantation, doctors charged with planning to kill           domised trial 328:742 (P)
 — see Wailoo A 328:536                                                patient for kidneys (A Osborn) 328:1092 (N)                          — et al, Effects of training on quality of peer review: randomised
Roberts, John, suspended for removing wrong kidney (O Dyer)          Rutter, Llewellyn Charles, Obituary (M Rutter) 328:527                   controlled trial 328:673 (P)
      328:246 (N)                                                    Rwanda see also Africa                                                Schulz KF, see Altman DG 328:1135
Roberts, John Keeling, Obituary (CK Roberts) 328:772                 — AIDS, genocide survivors denied treatment (L Hilsum)                Schwabe U, see Walley T 328:385
Roberts S, see Yudkin P 328:989                                        328:913 (N)                                                         Schweikhart SB, see McAlearney AS 328:1162
Roberts SE                                                           Ryan L, et al, 10-minute consultation. Female dyspareunia
                                                                           328:1357 (PC)                                                   science
 — et al, Mortality in young people admitted to hospital for         Ryan M, Discrete choice experiments in health care 328:360 (E)         — on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:56 (R)
   diabetes: database study 328:741 (P)                                                                                                     — measurement. Endpiece 328:440
 — see Goldacre MJ 328:1466                                                                                                                 — open access could reduce cost of publishing (S Mayor)
Robertson, Sheila Anne (née Martyn), Obituary (S Robertson)                                          S                                        328:1094 (N)
      328:1264                                                                                                                             Science, medicine, and the future
Robins JB, Labouring in water 328:768 (L)                            S S, see Gupta PC 328:1538                                             — Is folic acid the ultimate functional food component for
Robins LS, see Ralston JD 328:1159                                   sabbaticals, importance (CM Roberts) (The way I see it) BMJ              disease prevention? (M Lucock) 328:211 (C), 328:768 (L),
Robinson E, see Grant VJ 328:141                                           Careers 328:s28 (17 January 2004)                                  328:769 (L)



January−June 2004                                                                                                                                                                         REV-SCI           23
 — Omega 3 fatty acids and cardiovascular disease—fishing for a        — south-east Asia, gender in health disparity (FF Fikree, et al)     Shaw R, see Ham C 328:584
   natural treatment (JN Din, et al) 328:30 (C), 328:406 (L),            328:823 (ED)                                                       Shaw S, see Boynton P 328:530
   328:407 (L)                                                         — teenage health behaviour differences (B Christie) 328:1395         Shea A, see Karminia A 328:490
 — RNA interference (J Downward) 328:1245 (C)                            (N)                                                                Sheard, Christopher Richard, Obituary (P Sheard) 328:1020
Scoote M                                                              sex ratios, healthcare occupations: population based study (VJ        Shee CD, see Bowcock SJ 328:1430
 — High quality research v curriculum vitae padding BMJ Ca-                 Grant, et al) 328:141 (P)                                       Sheikh A
   reers 328:s149 (10 April 2004)                                     sexual discrimination, consultants, characteristics of distinction     — see Fernando B 328:1171
 — et al, An update on training in cardiology BMJ Careers                   award holders in England and Wales (TW Lambert, et al)           — see Gatrad AR 328:330, 328:956
   328:s205 (22 May 2004)                                                   328:1347 (P)                                                    Shekelle PG, see Chang JT 328:680
 — et al, How to prepare for your first specialist registrar inter-   sexually transmitted diseases                                         Sheldon T
   view BMJ Careers 328:s233 (12 June 2004)                            — ABC of sexually transmitted infections                              — Bearing witness 328:426 (N)
Scotland see also Europe                                               — — Main presentations of sexually transmitted infections in          — Charity suspends work in Afghanistan after five staff are killed
 — doctors will have to register financial links to drug companies          men (J Richens) 328:1251 (C)                                        328:1398 (N)
   (B Christie) 328:69 (N)                                             — — Vaginal discharge-causes, diagnosis, and treatment (H             — Dutch government demands reimbursement for charity
 — education, shorter training for hospital doctors and longer              Mitchell) 328:1306 (C)                                              worker’s ransom 328:1516 (N)
   training for GPs recommendation (B Christie) 328:1456 (N)           — explicit ads seek to halt rise (T Jackson) (Ads) 328:412 (R)        — Dutch might introduce no-claim bonus for health insurance
 — general practice, GPs’ willingness to take part in post-           Seyan K                                                                   328:660 (N)
   retirement retention scheme (M Chambers, et al) 328:329             — et al, The standardised admission ratio for measuring widen-        — Dutch minister questions integrity of health advisers
   (PC)                                                                  ing participation in medical schools: analysis of UK medical           328:1456 (N)
 — heart failure, influence of socioeconomic factors on primary          school admissions by ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and sex       — Dutch reporting of euthanasia cases falls—despite legal re-
   care burden and treatment (FA McAlister, et al) 328:1110 (PC)         328:1545 (LP)                                                          porting requirements 328:1336 (N)
 — refugee doctors programme (F Dorrian) BMJ Careers                   — see Greenhalgh T 328:1541                                           — Netherlands to crack down on complementary medicine
   328:s280 (26 June 2004)                                            Shafqat S, et al, Is cricket the magic glue that unites South Asia?       328:485 (N)
 — sickness certification system: qualitative study of GP views             (Personal view) 328:843 (R)                                      — Patients can be made to have HIV test to protect doctor
   328:88 (PC)                                                        Shah J, Recent developments. Criteria influencing the clinical up-        328:304 (N)
Scott A, see Worrall A 328:867                                              take of pharmacogenomic strategies 328:1482 (C)                  — Pressure mounts over European Working Time Directive
Scott C, see Soares HP 328:22                                         Shah P, see Khaw PT 328:36, 328:97, 328:156, 328:644                      328:911 (N)
Scott DF, Pepys and blood transfusion? 328:334                        Shah R, et al, Blisters after cryotherapy (Minerva) 328:472 (R)       Sheldon TA, see Roberts H 328:512
Scott F, see Maden A 328:1534                                         Shah S, see Woodcock M 328:92                                         Shelton JD, et al, Partner reduction is crucial for balanced “ABC”
Scott JM, see Kirke PN 328:1535                                       Shah SU, see Hafeez A 328:834                                                approach to HIV prevention 328:891 (ED)
Scott, Wendy, Obituary (C Beard) 328:1138                             Shah Z                                                                Shenderey KD, Treating major depression in children and ado-
screening see also mammography                                         — Endpiece. Measuring science 328:440                                       lescents 328:525 (L)
 — abdominal aortic aneurysms in men (JJ Earnshaw, et al)              — Endpiece. Only one good 328:143                                    Shepard RM, see Sargent RP 328:977
   328:1122 (ED)                                                      shaken baby syndrome see also child abuse                             Sheppard MN, Payment for coroners’ postmortem examina-
 — alcohol drinking, opportunistic brief interventions in general      — evidence base (JF Geddes, et al) 328:719 (E), 328:1316 (L),               tions 328:406 (L)
   hospitals (MJ Emmen, et al) 328:318 (P)                               328:1317 (L)                                                       Sherriff A, see Maitra A 328:925
 — aortic aneurysm, national screening programme (RM Green-            — pathological diagnosis (B Harding, et al) 328:720 (E)              Shestov DB
   halgh) 328:1087 (E)                                                 — patterns of presentation 328:766 (L), 328:767 (L)                   — see Sparén P 328:11
 — breast cancers                                                      — perimacular retinal folds from childhood head trauma (PE            — see Vagero D 328:346
 — — impact of use of hormone replacement therapy on false               Lantz, et al) (Evidence based case report) 328:754 (C)             Shiell A, see Hawe P 328:1561
      positive recall (E Banks, et al) 328:1291 (P)                   Shannon C                                                             Shiers D, et al, Early intervention for first episode psychosis
 — — website presentation of possible benefits and harms (KJ           — Health needs of people with learning disabilities are ne-                 328:1451 (E)
      Jørgensen, et al) 328:148 (IP), 328:769 (L)                        glected 328:1517 (N)                                               Shin Y, see Song Y-M 328:324
 — chlamydia, doctors demand (R Coombes) 328:1397 (N)                  — Second Wanless report welcomed by public health experts            Shipley B, see Richards M 328:552
 — colorectal cancers, advertising campaign on major internet            328:542 (N)                                                        Shipman, Harold
   search engine (CP Cooper, et al) 328:1179 (IP)                     Shannon P, Vive la difference! BMJ Careers 328:s65 (14 Febru-          — found dead in prison cell (O Dyer) 328:123 (N)
 — drug abuse, random drug testing in schools 328:641 (L)                   ary 2004)                                                        — GP investigation about high patient mortality after Shipman
 — mental disorders, US plan to screen whole population (J            Shannon SI, see Norman GR 328:999                                         inquiry (MA Mohammed, et al) 328:1474(PC)
   Lenzer) 328:1458 (N)                                               Shapiro S, see Fergusson D 328:432, 328:1136                           — new coroner’s system requires two people to verify cause of
 — must remain a free choice (M McCartney) (Personal view)            Sharland M, see Handforth J 328:1026                                      death (C Dyer) 328:727 (N)
   328:1023 (R)                                                       Sharma H                                                               — Obituary (T Jackson, et al) 328:231
 — without evidence of efficacy (M Law) 328:301 (E), 328:521 (L)       — et al, Combating hospital acquired infection (Tips on...) BMJ      ships, most useful surgical instrument (P Vincent) 328:630
Sculpher M                                                               Careers 328:s117 (20 March 2004)                                   Shokrollahi K, Swapping on-call shifts: a guide for junior doctor
 — et al, Cost effectiveness analysis of laparoscopic hysterectomy     — et al, Finger schwannoma in elderly woman (Minerva) 328:58                BMJ Careers 328:s137 (3 April 2004)
   compared with standard hysterectomy: results from a ran-              (R)                                                                Shroff, Minoo S, Obituary (N Siddiqui) 328:840
   domised trial 328:134 (P)                                          Sharma M, see Magos A 328:1565                                        Shroff R, Dealing with bullying and harassment (Tips on...) BMJ
 — et al, Patients’ preferences for the management of non-            Sharma R                                                                     Careers 328:s259 (19 June 2004)
   metastatic prostate cancer: discrete choice experiment              — Interhospital teleconsultation and referral (Tips on...) BMJ       Shu XO, see Xu WH 328:1285
   328:382 (P)                                                           Careers 328:s46 (31 January 2004)                                  Sia ATH, see Liu EHC 328:1410
Seagroatt V, et al, Hospital mortality league tables: influence of     — see Sharma H BMJ Careers 328:s46, s117                             Sibbald B, see Laurent MGH 328:927
      place of death 328:1235 (P)                                     Sharma S, Objective assessment of technical skills in surgery         sick leave, organisational downsizing and mortality (J Vahtera, et
Seaton A, see Chen R 328:1380                                               328:403 (L)                                                            al) 328:555 (P)
Seguin R, see Birtwhistle RV 328:204                                  Sharp N                                                               sick notes, Scotland, qualitative study of GP views (S Hussey, et al)
Sehmi KS                                                               — A bad smell (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s240 (12 June                    328:88 (PC), 328:461 (L)
 — Patterns and distribution of tobacco consumption in India             2004)                                                              sickle cell disease, pulmonary hypertension screening (S Gott-
   328:1498 (L)                                                        — Dada, dada? (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s160 (17 April                   lieb) 328:543 (N)
 — WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control has ma-                   2004)                                                              Siddique H, see Smith JC 328:215
   jor flaw 328:958 (L), 328:1320 (L)                                  — David’s new haircut (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s170 (24          Sidebotham P, see Fleming PJ 328:331, 328:931
self harm, variations in hospital management in adults in Eng-           April 2004)                                                        Sidley P
      land (O Bennewith, et al) 328:1108 (P), 328:1440 (L)             — Diggers by the doctors’ residence (Soap opera) BMJ Careers          — South African doctors march in protest 328:365 (N)
self management, warfarin, training for patients (E Murray, et al)       328:s230 (5 June 2004)                                              — South African health service must strengthen infection con-
      328:437 (P) (correction, 563)                                    — Errors of judgement (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s284 (26              trol measures 328:366 (N)
self poisoning, pesticides (M Eddleston, et al) 328:42 (ED)              June 2004)                                                         Siegel-Itzkovich J, Israeli team develops new method of in vitro
Self W, Dr Mukti and Other Tales of Woe (Books) 328:650 (R)            — Garden invaders (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s50 (31                      fertilisation 328:306 (N)
Sellars N, Football Medicine (Books) 328:1384 (R)                        January 2004)                                                      Sierra Leone see also Africa
Selwood A, et al, Long term cognitive dysfunction in older             — Hidden agendas (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s200 (15                — media coverage of crisis (N Marks) (The Press) 328:648 (R)
      people after non-cardiac surgery 328:120 (E)                       May 2004)                                                          Sietchiping-Nzepa F, see Bassotti G 328:393
Sen A, Gram negative septicaemia and otorrhoea (Minerva)               — Is this the end? (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s220 (29 May         significant event auditing, advice (K Dalby) BMJ Careers
      328:718 (R)                                                        2004)                                                                     328:s173 (1 May 2004)
Sen P, Dr Mukti and Other Tales of Woe (Books) 328:650 (R)             — Job planning (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s130 (27 March           sildenafil see viagra
senior house officers                                                    2004)                                                              Silvester K, see Rogers H 328:463
 — education, firm foundation (D Gallen, et al) 328:1390 (E)           — The march (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s210 (22 May                Simmonds M, see Banks E 328:1291
 — emergency medicine (A Abhishek, et al) (A&E) (Tips on...) BMJ         2004)                                                              Simon DA, et al, Management of venous leg ulcers 328:1358 (C)
   Careers 328:s138 (3 April 2004)                                     — Martha goes to court (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s80 (21          Simon LP, see Broder MS 328:152
 — mountain bike (AN Morritt) (Five things I wish I’d known...)          February 2004)                                                     Simpson CR, see McAlister FA 328:1110
   BMJ Careers 328:s59 (7 February 2004)                               — Martha returns to work (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s100           Simpson, Peter, interview with (S Mayor) 328:248 (N)
Senior J, see Little P 328:441, 328:444                                  (6 March 2004)                                                     simvastatin, morning v. evening administration 328:167 (L),
Senn SJ, Turning a blind eye 328:1135 (L)                              — New Year’s resolutions (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s10 (3                328:168 (L)
Sensky T, see Raine R 328:1354                                           January 2004)                                                      Sinal SH, see Lantz PE 328:754
sentinel node biopsy, established technique (RM Kell, et al)           — A prospective partner (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s30 (17         Singapore see also Asia
      328:1330 (E)                                                       January 2004)                                                       — SARS, tertiary hospital outbreak linked to index patient with
sepsis, lactam monotherapy v.             lactam-aminoglycoside in     — Public speaking (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s60 (7 Feb-               atypical presentation (KY Chow, et al) 328:195 (P)
      immunocompetent patients (M Paul, et al) 328:668 (P)               ruary 2004)                                                        Singer BH, see Keiser J 328:1229
      (correction, 884)                                                — Put patients first (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s190 (8 May        Singh D
septicaemia, otorrhoea and (A Sen) (Minerva) 328:718 (R)                 2004)                                                               — CHI’s methods for inspecting trusts are flawed, says King’s
Sethi, Karan, interview (D Singhal, et al) 328:789 (N) (correction,    — The rat in the residence (Soap Opera) BMJ Careers 328:s90              Fund 328:542 (N)
      1301)                                                              (28 February 2004)                                                  — GPs should have greater role in commissioning hospital
Sever PS, see Williams B 328:634                                       — Results (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s120 (20 March 2004)              services 328:1396 (N)
severe acute respiratory syndrome                                      — Retraining (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s110 (13 March              — Human cloning is justified in preventing genetic disease
 — Canada, doctors welcome public health initiatives (B                  2004)                                                                  328:484 (N)
   Kermode-Scott) 328:785 (N)                                          — The return of the three wise men (Soap opera) BMJ Careers           — New infectious diseases will continue to emerge 328:186 (N)
 — China, breaks out again (J Parry) 328:1034 (N)                        328:s180 (1 May 2004)                                               — Primary care trusts need to tackle disparities in general prac-
 — Singapore, tertiary hospital outbreak linked to index patient       — Super sperm (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s140 (3 April                 tice 328:603 (N)
   with atypical presentation (KY Chow, et al) 328:195 (P)               2004)                                                               — Quarter of hospitals not ready to comply with working time
 — WHO confirms in Chinese journalist (J Parry) 328:65 (N)             — Superman (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s150 (10 April                   directive 328:1034 (N)
severe cholestatic hepatitis, induced by pyritinol (V Maria, et al)      2004)                                                               — Scientists have uncovered the structure of 1918 flu virus
      (Lesson of the week) 328:572 (C)                                 — An unwanted phone call (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s40                328:368 (N)
sex behaviour                                                            (24 January 2004)                                                  Singh P, et al, Patterns and distribution of tobacco consumption
 — American Virgins:This World BBC2 (N Koralage) (TV) 328:292          — Valentine’s Day (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s70 (14 Feb-                 in India 328:1498 (L)
   (R)                                                                   ruary 2004)                                                        Singh S, Special issue on South Asia 328:288 (L)
 — hysterectomy and wellbeing 328:107 (L), 328:108 (L)                 — Wanted: workaholics (Soap opera) BMJ Careers 328:s20 (10           Singh VK, WHO’s world health report 2003: 328:287 (L)
 — masturbation outcome indicator? (L Farrell) (Soundings)               January 2004)                                                      Singhal D, et al, No mean feet 328:789 (N) (correction, 1301)
   328:717 (R)                                                        Sharp SM, see Wennberg JE 328:607                                     Singhi M, see Ghaffar A 328:807, 328:1499
 — prostate cancers and ejaculation (S Gottlieb) 328:851 (N)          Sharpe RM, et al, How strong is the evidence of a link between        singletons, perinatal outcome twins after assisted conception:
 — vulval vestibulitis (P Munday, et al) 328:1214 (E)                       environmental chemicals and adverse effects on human                   systematic review of controlled studies (FM Helmerhorst, et
 — weight loss and (S Gottlieb) 328:1517 (N)                                reproductive health? 328:447 (C)                                       al) 328:261 (P)
sex characteristics                                                   Shaw E, see Earnshaw JJ 328:1122                                      Sinha DN, et al, Use of tobacco products as dentifrice among
 — medical schools                                                    Shaw J                                                                       adolescents in India: questionnaire study 328:323 (P),
 — — class, ethnic, and sex differences in school pupils’ percep-      — et al, “Expert patient"—dream or nightmare? 328:723 (E)                   328:958 (L)
      tions (T Greenhalgh, et al) 328:1541 (LP)                        — et al, Mental illness in people who kill strangers: longitudinal   Sismanidis C, see Poloniecki J 328:375
 — — standardised admission ratio for measuring widening par-            study and national clinical survey 328:734 (P)                     Sissoko D, see Yazdanpanah Y 328:249
      ticipation (K Seyan, et al) 328:1545 (LP)                       Shaw JM, Children and parents needs better information on             Sivagnanam G, Colchicine in acute gout 328:288 (L)
 — obstetrics, gender gap in undergraduate experience and per-              medicines 328:525 (L)                                           Sivanandan I, et al, Aspirin induced asthma 328:1076 (L)
   formance (J Higham, et al) 328:142 (P)                             Shaw M, see Dixon T 328:1288                                          Skapinakis P, see Maden A 328:1534



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skin cancers, risk for young adults from suntan (S Mayor)               — promotion in general practice. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh)              — Medical journals fail to publish trials on major global diseases
      328:786 (N)                                                         328:328                                                                 328:1337 (N)
skin diseases, photo diagnosis can cut waiting times (R Dobson)        Snadden D, see Bruce D 328:687                                           — NIH promotes use of lower cost drugs for hypertension
      328:367 (N)                                                      Snaith, Philip, Obituary (A Sims) 328:527                                  328:539 (N)
Skinner JS                                                             Sorensen HT, see Nielsen GL 328:109                                      — Non-medical staff play key role in healthcare access for unin-
 — Use of healthcare resources in the last six months of life          Soares HP, et al, Bad reporting does not mean bad methods for              sured patients 328:1220 (N)
   328:1202 (L)                                                              randomised trials: observational study of randomised con-          — Plans for clinic raise fears of privatisation in Canada 328:972
 — see Wennberg JE 328:607                                                   trolled trials performed by the Radiation Therapy Oncol-             (N)
Skriver MV, see Nielsen GL 328:109                                           ogy Group 328:22 (P), 328:286 (L)                                  — Quebec will make doctors disclose their HIV status 328:304
Slade MG, The highs and lows of cardiothoracic surgery BMJ             Soares-Weiser K, see Paul M 328:668                                        (N)
      Careers 328:s118 (20 March 2004)                                 Sobic EM, et al, Q&A. Cocaine and amphetamine combined                   — Secret documents show tobacco industry’s plans to stop
Slee A, see Farrar K 328:1565                                                328:1365                                                             smoking ban 328:914 (N)
sleep deprivation, Shattered C4 (J Lyall) (TV) 328:173 (R)             social class                                                             — US junior doctors found to be ignorant of drug companies’
Slowther A, et al, Development of clinical ethics committees            — coronary heart disease, and risk factors in childhood and               tactics 328:1032 (N)
      328:950 (ED)                                                        adulthood (S Ebrahim, et al) 328:861 (correction, 1104) (P)           — US screening programme shows high prevalence of aortic
Small R, see Hegarty K 328:621                                          — elective caesareans in English NHS (Dr Foster’s case notes)             aneurysm 328:852 (N)
Small, William Porteous, Obituary (M Eastwood) 328:1322                   328:1399                                                              — Women sue over delays in treatment for breast cancer
smallpox, The Speckled Monster: A Historical Tale of Battling Small-    — medical schools                                                         328:660 (N)
      pox (Carrell) (Books) 328:233 (R)                                 — — class, ethnic, and sex differences in school pupils’ percep-       Squifflet J, see Donnez J 328:643
smallpox vaccination, US, number reacting is higher than ex-                 tions (T Greenhalgh, et al) 328:1541 (LP)                         Srinivas HV, Treatment of unilateral visual impairment on pre-
      pected (JH Tanne) 328:1220 (N)                                    — — standardised admission ratio for measuring widening par-                 school vision screening 328:348 (L)
Smart, Sir George, Obituary (C Richmond; AR Musa) 328:170                    ticipation (K Seyan, et al) 328:1545 (LP)                         Srivastava RN, South Asian health: what is to be done? 328:838
Smellie, William Buchanan, Obituary (R Affleck, et al) 328:1138         — north-south divide in inequalities in health in Great Britain:             (L)
Smets M, see Donnez J 328:643                                             2001 census (T Doran, et al) 328:1043 (P)                            staff associate specialists see also doctors
Smillie, Gavin Douglas, Obituary (IS Smith) 328:53                      — questionnaires, reaching beyond the white middle classes:             — SpR posts (P Saha) BMJ Careers 328:s236 (12 June 2004)
Smith AD, Death on the roads could be the chance of life for              Hands-on guide to questionnaire research (PM Boynton, et al)         staff management, managing your boss (R Persaud) BMJ Ca-
      some 328:1260 (L)                                                   328:1433 (ED)                                                              reers 328:s203 (22 May 2004)
Smith AG, et al, Representativeness of samples from general            social exclusion, mental disorders, government moves to end             Stafford E, Paying for statins. Patient commentary: paying to
      practice lists in epidemiological studies: case-control study          stigma (M Gould) 328:1456 (N)                                           choose 328:402 (ED)
      328:932 (PC)                                                     social security                                                         stalking, advice (R McIvor) BMJ Careers 328:s113 (20 March
Smith C                                                                 — evaluating health effects (H Thomson, et al) 328:282 (ED)                  2004)
 — General practice on the other side of the world BMJ Careers          — levels must increase to allow healthy living (L Eaton) 328:366       Stampfer M, New insights from the British doctors study
   328:s185 (8 May 2004)                                                  (N)                                                                        328:1507 (E)
 — see Vickers AJ 328:744                                              socioeconomic factors see also poverty                                  Standring P, see Anderson HR 328:1052
Smith D, et al, For and against. Primary angioplasty should be first    — influence on primary care burden and treatment of heart              Stanton CA, see Lantz PE 328:754
      line treatment for acute myocardial infarction 328:1254             failure: Scotland (FA McAlister, et al) 328:1110 (PC)                Stanton HJ, Flaw in WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco
      (ED), 328:1567 (L)                                               sodium, US intake (JH Tanne) 328:485 (N)                                      Control 328:1320 (L)
Smith, Donald ("Don") Robert, Obituary (J Perrins) 328:1382            Sokhi, Gurmit Singh, Obituary (R Sokhi) 328:232                         Stanton SL
Smith G                                                                Sokol DK, How (not) to be a good patient (Personal view) 328:471         — see Gillen LM 328:1438
 — et al, Treatments of homosexuality in Britain since the                   (R)                                                                — see Marinkovic SP 328:1063
   1950s—an oral history: the experience of patients 328:427           Somal J, Do you Trust these posts? BMJ Careers 328:s118 (20             Starey N, The Challenge for Primary Care (Books) 328:233 (R)
   (P), 328:955 (L), 328:956 (L)                                             March 2004)                                                       Starr, Philip ("Jimmy"), Obituary (R Starr) 328:232
 — see King M 328:429                                                  somatic treatment, do patients with unexplained physical symp-          starvation
Smith GD, see Subramanian SV 328:801                                         toms pressurise GPs? (A Ring, et al) 328:1057 (PC),                — long term mortality after siege of Leningrad: prospective
Smith J                                                                      328:1319 (L)                                                         cohort study (P Sparén, et al) 328:11 (P), 328:346 (L)
 — Pregnant doctors: health and safety risks in the real world         Song YM, et al, Blood pressure, haemorrhagic stroke, and ischae-         — refeeding syndrome, underdiagnosed (SD Hearing) 328:908
   BMJ Careers 328:s168 (24 April 2004)                                      mic stroke: the Korean national prospective occupational             (E)
 — see Schroter S 328:1350                                                   cohort study 328:324 (P)                                          statins
Smith JC, et al, Lesson of the week. Misinterpretation of serum        Soni V, see Althahabi MM 328:1072                                        — cardiovascular diseases: polypill 328:404 (L), 328:405 (L)
      cortisol in a patient with hyponatraemia 328:215 (C)             Souchkevitch G, see Turai I 328:568, 328:1075                            — — combination of drugs 328:289 (L)
Smith JE, et al, Lesson of the week. Nalbuphine and slow release       Sousa A, see Maria V 328:572                                             — Europe, variations and increase: data from administrative
      morphine 328:1426 (C)                                            South Africa see also Africa                                               databases (T Walley, et al) 328:385 (P) (correction, 329:323)
Smith O, see Kirke PN 328:1535                                          — AIDS, health service must strengthen infection control meas-          — familial hypercholesterolaemia treatment, effect on life assur-
Smith R                                                                   ures (P Sidley) 328:366 (N)                                             ance (HAW Neil, et al) 328:500 (PC)
 — Labouring in water 328:768 (L)                                       — doctors march in protest (P Sidley) 328:365 (N)                       — over the counter status raises concerns (L Gibson) 328:1221
 — The mortality of doctors in relation to their smoking habits a      South America, Down syndrome and neural tube defects, popu-                (N)
   preliminary report (reprint). Commentary: scientific articles             lation and familial survey (MR Amorim, et al) 328:84 (P)           — payment (M Raithatha, et al) 328:400 (ED)
   have hardly changed in 50 years 328:1533 (P)                        South-east Asia see Asia, south-east                                     — type 2 diabetes (S Gottlieb) 328:1095 (N)
 — Validity of Canadian studies 328:465 (L)                            Southall D, see Hafeez A 328:834                                        statistics
 — When to retract? 327:1262 (correction, 328:384)                     Southall, David                                                          — on internet (H Brown) (Netlines) 328:716 (R)
 — see Delamothe T 328:1                                                — cleared by GMC but faces new charges (O Dyer) 328:601 (N)             — significant difference. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:508
 — see Schroter S 328:673, 328:742                                      — media survey of doctors’ response (C White) (The Press)              Statistics notes, The logrank test (JM Bland, et al) 328:1073 (ED)
Smith RD, see Raithatha N 328:400                                         328:649 (R)                                                                (correction, 1412)
Smith, Richard, BMJ editor to take up new post (Z Kmietowicz)           — misconduct charge over murder claim                                  steam inhalation, burns in children (SM Murphy, et al) (Lesson of
      328:1276 (N)                                                      — — summary (O Dyer) 328:1393 (N)                                            the week) 328:757 (C)
Smith RJ, see Woodcock M 328:92                                         — — verdict (O Dyer) 328:1455 (N)                                      Steer PJ, see Higham J 328:142
Smith S, see Murphy SM 328:757                                          — suspected mothers might be dealt with outside criminal sys-          Steinherz R, Dicycloverine for persistent crying in babies
Smith WCS, et al, Steroid prophylaxis for prevention of nerve             tem (C Dyer) 328:425 (N)                                                   328:956 (L)
      function impairment in leprosy: randomised placebo con-          Southgate, Lesley, PMETB interviews (R MacDonald) BMJ Ca-               Steinke DT, see Donnan PT 328:1297
      trolled trial (TRIPOD 1) 328:1459 (P)                                  reers 328:s223 (5 June 2004)                                      stem cell transplantation
smoking see also passive smoking; tobacco                              Southward RD, Aspirin induced asthma 328:1076 (L)                        — first bank in the world is opened in UK (S Mayor) 328:1277
 — doctors                                                             soya, endometrial cancers and, Chinese women in Shanghai                   (N)
 — — 50 years’ observations, on male British doctors (R Doll, et             (WH Xu, et al) 328:1285 (P) (correction, 329:85)                   — human cells from cloned embryos in research and therapy (I
      al) 328:1519 (P)                                                 Spain see also Europe                                                      Wilmut) 328:415 (E)
 — — new study insights (M Stampfer) 328:1507 (E)                       — drug editor wins case brought by Merck, Sharp & Dohme (O              — US
 — — original 1954 article (R Doll, et al) 328:1529 (P)                   Dyer) 328:307 (N)                                                     — — new lines (S Gottlieb) 328:539 (N)
 — ethnic groups, higher risk of heart disease (L Eaton) 328:1397       — Merck Sharp & Dohme sues over fraud claim (L Gibson)                  — — universities get round regulations (JH Tanne) 328:1094 (N)
   (N)                                                                    328:188 (N)                                                          Stephen, William, Obituary (J Topp) 328:291
 — gamgee eye pads and (DW Lewis, et al) (Minerva) 328:964 (R)         Sparén P, et al, Long term mortality after severe starvation during     Stephens K, see Little P 328:441, 328:444
 — impotence, miscarriage, infertility and (Z Kmietowicz)                    the siege of Leningrad: prospective cohort study 328:11           Stephens, Rosemary, Obituary (D Kind, et al) 328:587
   328:364 (N)                                                               (P), 328:346 (L)                                                  Stephenson P
 — India, use of tobacco products as dentifrice among adoles-          Sparrow J, see Harrad R 328:348                                          — Hepatitis C carriers must be found and treated to avert crisis
   cents (DN Sinha, et al) 328:323 (P), 328:958 (L), 328:1320 (L)      specialist registrars see also doctors                                     328:1031 (N)
 — lung cancer patients’ stigma (A Chapple, et al) 328:1470 (PC)        — how to prepare for first interview (M Scoote, et al) BMJ              — Mentally ill offenders are being wrongly held in prisons
 — "never smokers” living with smokers: two cohort studies (SE            Careers 328:s233 (12 June 2004)                                         328:1095 (N)
   Hill, et al) 328:988 (P)                                            speech, slow to speak, investigation and management (JO Busari,         Steriu A, see Anderson HR 328:1052
 — public, myocardial infarction admissions and (RP Sargent, et              et al) 328:272 (C)                                                Stern A, see Eysenbach G 328:1166
   al) 328:977 (P), 328:1379 (L), 328:1380 (L)                         Speed C, ABC of rheumatology. Low back pain 328:1119 (C)                steroids
 — true word. Endpiece (M Warner) 328:986                              Spence D                                                                 — epidural injections: effective for low back pain? (A Samanta, et
smoking cessation                                                       — Are we creating a health pariah class (Personal view) 328:1141          al) 328:1509 (E)
 — ABC of smoking cessation                                               (R), 328:1380 (L)                                                     — injections for osteoarthritis of knee (B Arroll, et al) 328:869
 — — Assessment of dependence and motivation to stop smok-              — Management of anorexia nervosa revisited 328:1075 (L)                   (PC)
      ing (R West) 328:338 (C)                                         Spencer A, Punishment by process (Personal view) 328:774 (R)             — leprosy, prophylaxis for prevention of nerve function impair-
 — — Bupropion and other non-nicotine pharmacotherapies (E             sperm donors, shortage predicted when anonymity goes (C                    ment (WCS Smith, et al) 328:1459 (P)
      Roddy) 328:509 (C)                                                     Dyer) 328:244 (N)                                                  — preterm rupture of membranes (POEM*) 328 (1 May 2004)
 — — Cessation interventions in routine health care (T Coleman)        Spice P, ABC of smoking cessation. Setting up a cessation service       Stevens A, see Mohammed MA 328:1474
      328:631 (C)                                                            328:699 (C)                                                       Stevens, Richard Frederic, Obituary (P Crook, et al) 328:1079
 — — Economics of smoking cessation (S Parrott, et al) 328:947         Spiers J, Patients, Power and Responsibility: The First Principles of   Stevens W, et al, Antiretroviral therapy in Africa 328:280 (ED)
      (C)                                                                    Consumer-Driven Reform (Books) 328:54 (R)                         Stewart S
 — — Harm reduction (A McNeill) 328:885 (C)                            spinal injuries, risk assessment after trauma (J Wardrope, et al)        — see McAlister FA 328:1110
 — — Nicotine replacement therapy (A Molyneux) 328:454 (C)                   328:721 (E)                                                        — see Murphy NF 328:1413
      (correction, 686)                                                Spirig R, see Young J 328:15                                            Stone, Mike, football doctor (E Welch, et al) BMJ Careers
 — — Policy priorities for tobacco control (K Jamrozik) 328:1007       Sporle A, see Pearce N 328:1070                                               328:s237 (12 June 2004)
      (C)                                                              sports medicine                                                         Stone PW, see Greenberg D 328:1536
 — — Population strategies to prevent smoking (K Jamrozik)              — career advice (B English) BMJ Careers 328:s53 (7 February            Stone R, et al, Ergonomics in medicine and surgery 328:1115 (C)
      328:759 (C)                                                         2004), s148 (10 April 2004)                                          Strachan B, see Bahl R 328:311
 — — The problem of tobacco smoking (R Edwards) 328:217 (C)             — football doctor (E Welch, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s237 (12            Strachan DP, see Anderson HR 328:1052
 — — Setting up a cessation service (P Spice) 328:699 (C)                 June 2004)                                                           Strand BH, see Zahl P-H 328:921
 — — Special groups of smokers (T Coleman) 328:575 (C)                 Spurgeon B                                                              Strang, Christopher, Obituary (J Walton, et al) 328:232
 — — Tobacco control policy priorities (K Jamrozik) 328:1007            — Fourteen cases of euthanasia to be referred to French police         Strang J, et al, Supervised injecting centres. Commentary: Super-
      (C)                                                                 328:1221 (N)                                                               vised fixing rooms, supervised injectable maintenance
 — — Use of simple advice and behavioural support (T Coleman)           — French patients will have to go through family doctors to                  clinics-understanding the difference 328:102 (ED)
      328:397 (C)                                                         access specialists 328:1278 (N)                                      Straus SE, What’s the E for EBM? 328:535 (E), 328:1077 (L)
 — — Why people smoke (MJ Jarvis) 328:277 (C)                           — French researchers join mass protest over continuing cuts in         Strauss JP, How electronic communication is changing health
 — army, urgent action needed (R Dobson) 328:125 (N)                      funding for scientific research 328:662 (N)                                care 328:1564 (L)
 — blindness and (SP Kelly, et al) 328:537 (E) (correction, 997)       Spurgeon D                                                              Streat S, see DeWitt AL 328:1180
 — bupropion and telephone support (POEM*) 328 (21 Febru-               — Canada’s plan to sell generic drugs to developing countries is       stress
   ary 2004)                                                              threatened 328:728 (N)                                                — multiple sclerosis and: meta-analysis (DC Mohr, et al) 328:731
 — nicotine patches effectiveness in relation to genotype in            — Canadian hospitals fight a rise in infections with Clostridium          (P)
   women v. men (P Yudkin, et al) 328:989                                 difficile 328:1457 (N)                                                — multiple sclerosis exacerbations and 328:287 (L)
 — nicotine replacement therapy and pregnancy (T Coleman, et            — GlaxoSmithKline staff told not to publicise ineffectiveness of       Stricker BHC, see Jong GW 328:931
   al) 328:965 (E)                                                        its drug 328:422 (N)                                                 stroke see also cardiovascular disease
 — population strategies: ABC of smoking cessation (K Jamrozik)         — Media hype? It’s not as bad as it seems (The Press) 328:1140          — blood pressure and: Korean study (Y-M Song, et al) 328:324
   328:759 (C)                                                            (R)                                                                     (P)



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 — carers                                                              Sutherland I, see Doll R 328:1519                                    terbinafine, Netherlands, lay media and prescription in primary
 — — overview (GJ Hankey) 328:1085 (E)                                 Sutton AJ, see Minelli C 328:371                                           care (GW Jong, et al) 328:931 (PC)
 — — training: economic evaluation (A Patel, et al) 328:1102 (P)       Suttorp MJ, see Chang JT 328:680                                     Terpenning MS, Campaign to revitalise academic medicine
 — — training randomised controlled trial (L Kalra, et al)             Swann S, see Soares HP 328:22                                              328:1377 (L)
      328:1099 (P)                                                     Sweden see also Europe                                               terrorism
 — homocysteine level reduction does not prevent stroke recur-          — breast cancers, incidence during introduction of nationwide        — humanitarian aid and, Robin Cook warns of threat to aid (L
   rence (S Gottlieb) 328:307 (N)                                         screening (P-H Zahl, et al) 328:921 (P)                              Eaton) 328:1154 (N)
 — homocysteine (POEM*) 328 (22 May 2004)                               — privatisation of hospital ban (J Burgermeister) 328:484 (N)        — I don’t know much, but this I do know (L Farrell) (Soundings)
 — neuroimaging (JM Wardlow, et al) 328:655 (E), 328:1135 (L)           — radiation exposure in infancy and cognitive function in adult-       328:1141 (R)
 — prevention, secondary prevention: patients with normal                 hood (P Hall, et al) 328:19 (P), 328:581 (L), 328:582 (L)          — Physician’s Guide to Terrorist Attack (Roy, ed) (Books) 328:1022
   blood pressure may benefit (KW Muir, et al) 328:297 (E),             — violence and substance abuse (M Grann, et al) 328:1233 (P)           (R)
   328:896 (L), 328:897 (L)                                            Sweet M, Tough at the top 328:70 (N)                                  — smallpox vaccination, US, number reacting is higher than
 — prevention opportunities being lost, study shows (R Dobson)         Swift S, see Treasure T 328:237                                         expected (JH Tanne) 328:1220 (N)
   328:975 (N)                                                         Swiss HIV Cohort Study Group, see Young J 328:15                     tetanus, treatment, immunoglobulin by intrathecal or intramus-
Struthers AD, Interactive case report. A 66 year old woman with        Switzerland, AIDS, stable partnership and progression to AIDS              cular route (DdeB Miranda-Filho, et al) 328:615 (P)
      breathlessness, case outcome. Commentary: Atypical fea-                or death in antiretroviral therapy patients: Swiss cohort      Thailand see also Asia
      tures make echocardiography mandatory in suspected                     study (J Young, et al) 328:15 (P)                               — health reforms (A Towse, et al) 328:103 (ED)
      heart failure 328:945 (C)                                        Syed T, Interview and travel expenses (Tips on...) BMJ Careers       thalassaemia major, deferiprone, murky story (J Savulescu)
Stuart JM                                                                    328:s270 (19 June 2004)                                              328:358 (E)
 — see Margolis PA 328:388                                             Symmonds M, et al, Guidelines on neuraminidase inhibitors in         thalidomide, Horizon: Thalidomide: A Second Chance? BBC2 (V
 — see Purcell B 328:1339                                                    children are not supported by evidence 328:227 (L),                  Katikireddi) (TV) 328:412 (R)
students, medical                                                            328:523 (L)                                                    Thaventhiran J, see Scoote M BMJ Careers 328:s233
 — Guy’s and St Thomas’s 1819 (JH Baron) 328:25                        symptoms, do patients with unexplained physical symptoms             Thom SMcG, see Williams B 328:634
 — selection, good science A levels less likely to drop out (R               pressurise GPs for somatic treatment? (A Ring, et al)          Thomas A, et al, Multiple bladder calculi (Minerva) 328:176 (R)
   Dobson) 328:1221 (N)                                                      328:1057 (PC), 328:1319 (L)                                    Thomas, Anita, PMETB interviews (R MacDonald) BMJ Careers
 — teaching on wards (B Rushforth) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers            systematic reviews                                                         328:s223 (5 June 2004)
   328:s78 (21 February 2004)                                           — integrating qualitative research with trials in systematic re-    Thomas B, “Born in the USA"—not BMJ Careers 328:s149 (10
Stukel TA, see Wennberg JE 328:607                                        views (J Thomas, et al) 328:1010 (ED)                                   April 2004)
Sturge R, Late life crisis (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s147      — relative efficacy of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and    Thomas, Graham, Obituary (CJ Thomas) 328:467
      (10 April 2004)                                                     opioids in treatment of acute renal colic (A Holdgate, et al)     Thomas I, et al, Lesson of the week. Bradycardia in acute haemor-
Sturge RA, Medicine in Chechnya BMJ Careers 328:s209 (22                  328:1401 (P)                                                            rhage 328:451 (C)
      May 2004)                                                        Szuba MP, et al, et al, eds, Insomnia: Principles and Management     Thomas J
Sturkenboom CJM, see Jong GW 328:931                                         (Books) 328:55 (R)                                              — et al, Integrating qualitative research with trials in systematic
Stusser RJ, et al, How the internet could help Cuba more in                                                                                    reviews 328:1010 (ED)
      health research (Personal view) 328:1209 (R)                                                                                           — et al, National cross sectional survey to determine whether the
subarachnoid haemorrhage, outcome: regional differences                                               T                                        decision to delivery interval is critical in emergency caesarean
      comparative audit (P Mitchell, et al) 328:1234 (P)                                                                                       section 328:665 (P)
Subbe CP, Critical care outreach team’s effect on patient out-         Tactics (transfusion associated complications study), see van        Thomas P, see James J 328:1237
      come 328:347 (L)                                                        Hilten JA 328:1281                                            Thomas SL, et al, Case-control study of the effect of mechanical
Subramanian SV                                                         Taft A, et al, General practitioner management of intimate part-           trauma on the risk of herpes zoster 328:439 (P)
 — et al, Patterns and distribution of tobacco consumption in                 ner abuse and the whole family: qualitative study 328:618     Thompson S, et al, Clinical risk management in obstetrics: ec-
   India 328:1499 (L)                                                         (PC)                                                                lampsia drills 328:269 (Q) (correction, 762)
 — et al, Patterns and distribution of tobacco consumption in          Tam P, see Wong K 328:1566                                           Thomson H, et al, Evaluating the health effects of social interven-
   India: cross sectional multilevel evidence from the 1998-9          Tamir A, see Rabinowitz I 328:501                                          tions 328:282 (ED)
   national family health survey 328:801 (PC), 328:1498 (L),           Tandon A, see Salomon JA 328:258                                     thoracic aneurysms, elderly woman (BJ Altemimi, et al) (Minerva)
   328:1499 (L)                                                        Tangcharoensathien V, see Towse A 328:103                                  328:414 (R)
Sudan see also Africa                                                  Tanne JH                                                             Thornton D, The emotional and financial cost of litigation (The
 — crisis is delaying help (P Moszynski) 328:1456 (N)                   — Americans are told to reduce sodium and increase potassium              way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s38 (24 January 2004), s148
 — girls, childbirth mortality (P Moszynski) 328:1514 (N)                 intake 328:485 (N)                                                      (10 April 2004)
 — humanitarian crisis in Darfur province (P Moszynski) 328:424         — Benefits of implantable cardiac defibrillators in heart failure   Thornton H, Screening without evidence of efficacy 328:521 (L)
   (N) (correction, 762)                                                  are confirmed 328:664 (N)                                         Thornton J
 — "mass starvation” in Darfur 328:1275 (N)                             — Daily aspirin reduces risk of breast cancer, study finds           — see Coleman T 328:965
sudden infant death                                                       328:1336 (N)                                                       — see Kelly SP 328:537
 — five cases of child murder to be reopened (O Dyer) 328:1154          — Early localised prostate cancer may accelerate after 15 years     thrombolysis
   (N)                                                                    328:1394 (N)                                                       — myocardial infarction
 — investigation and caring for bereaved families: integrated           — Electronic prescribing could save at least $29bn 328:1155 (N)      — — angioplasty should be first line treatment (D Smith, et al)
   multiagency approach (PJ Fleming, et al) 328:331 (C),                — European guidelines on hypertension more flexible than                  (For and against) 328:1254 (ED), 328:1567 (L)
   328:1262 (L)                                                           those in United States 328:1279 (N)                                — — v. angioplasty: topical parable (P Bogaty, et al) 328:1257
 — Munchausen syndrome by proxy and (AW Craft, et al)                   — FDA rejects over the counter status for emergency contracep-            (ED)
   328:1309 (ED)                                                          tive 328:1219 (N) (correction, 329:148                            thrombosis, phlegmasia caerulea dolens (KK Peddi, et al) (Min-
 — parents convicted of killing to have their cases reviewed (C         — FDA warns against commercial prenatal ultrasound videos                 erva) 328:1084 (R)
   Dyer) 328:183 (N)                                                      328:853 (N)                                                       Thun MJ, see Harris JE 328:72
suicide                                                                 — Infectious diseases expert sentenced to prison and fined          thyroid cancers, Belarus, 12-fold increase in women since Cher-
 — antidepressants, US FDA panel calls for warnings (R Moyni-             328:662 (N)                                                             nobyl (R Dobson) 328:1394 (N)
   han) 328:303 (N)                                                     — Number reacting to smallpox vaccination is higher than ex-        Tilney NL, Transplant: From Myth to Reality (Books) 328:470 (R)
 — bipolar disorder and lithium (POEM*) 328 (14 February                  pected 328:1220 (N)                                               time factors, simvastatin, morning v. evening administration
   2004)                                                                — Oestrogen doesn’t protect mental function in older women                328:167 (L), 328:168 (L)
 — variations in hospital management of self harm in adults in            328:1514 (N)                                                      Timimi S, Diagnosis of autism 328:226 (L)
   England (O Bennewith, et al) 328:1108 (P), 328:1440 (L)              — Oestrogen only arm of women’s health initiative trial is          Tiram E, see Paltiel O 328:919
suicide, assisted see also euthanasia                                     stopped 328:602 (N)                                               to take outs, writing (AN Morritt) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers
 — legal compromise (R Huxtable) 328:1088 (E), 328:1440 (L)             — One in 12 older people are prescribed the wrong drug                    328:s66 (14 February 2004)
 — US, appeal court upholds Oregon’s law (F Charatan)                     328:424 (N)                                                       tobacco see also nicotine; smoking
   328:1337 (N)                                                         — Renewing licence in person cuts deaths among elderly driv-         — Australia, cigarette packs to feature graphic images (B Bur-
Suissa S                                                                  ers 328:1455 (N)                                                     ton) 328:366 (N)
 — et al, Lithium and motor vehicle crashes 328:896 (L)                 — Requiring doctors to take part in continuing medical educa-        — cigarette tar yields and lung cancer mortality (JE Harris, et al)
 — see Entminan M 328:558                                                 tion doesn’t improve heart attack care 328:664 (N), 328:1077         328:72 (P)
sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine, malaria, sustained efficacy in Ma-             (L)                                                                — epidemic, comparison with obesity (M Chopra, et al)
      lawi after 10 years as first line treatment (CV Plowe, et al)     — Tobacco company fights order to hand over mystery memo-              328:1558 (ED)
      328:545 (P) (correction, 762), 328:1259 (L), 328:1260 (L)           randum 328:1456 (N)                                                — ethnic groups, cross cultural adaption methodology review (R
Sullivan FM, see Donnan PT 328:1297                                     — US consumer group names “dirty dozen” dietary supple-                Bhopal, et al) 328:76 (P) (correction, 563)
Sullivan R                                                                ments 328:975 (N)                                                  — exclusion from free trade agreement 328:581 (L)
 — United Kingdom research governance strategy 328:49 (L)               — US healthcare lobbyists outspend other pressure groups             — India, patterns and distribution of consumption (S Subrama-
 — see Furness P 328:533                                                  328:786 (N)                                                          nian, et al) 328:801 (PC), 328:1498 (L), 328:1499 (L)
Summers S, Further nurses’ notes on ER 328:51 (L)                       — US study shows wide variation in approach to ductal carci-         — Ireland, smoke-free workplaces (F Howell) 328:847 (E)
Sun I, see Kim HC 328:983                                                 noma in situ 328:785 (N)                                           — South Asia (D Samarasinghe) 328:780 (E)
Sung J, see Song Y-M 328:324                                            — US universities get round regulations on stem cell research        — US, New York’s war produces record fall (S Gottlieb)
suntan, young adults risk skin cancer (S Mayor) 328:786 (N)               328:1094 (N)                                                         328:1222 (N)
surgery                                                                 — West Nile virus infections are occurring early in North           tobacco industry
 — career advice (J Yeung, et al) BMJ Careers 328:s163 (24 April          America 328:1397 (N)                                               — BAT Industries
   2004)                                                               Tanner M, see Keiser J 328:1229                                       — — fights order to hand over memorandum (JH Tanne)
 — education, no time to train the surgeons (J Chikwe, et al)          tar: tobacco see tobacco                                                   328:1456 (N)
   328:418 (E), 328:1133 (L), 328:1134 (L)                             Tarnow L, see Hovind P 328:1105                                       — — secret smoking documents go on web (C Dyer) 328:1335
 — problems facing academic surgeons (E Lim, et al) (The way I         Tate H, see Griffiths C 328:144                                            (N)
   see it) BMJ Careers 328:s78 (21 February 2004), s149 (10            Taverna C, see Zendron L 328:629                                      — Canada, British Columbia can sue for healthcare cost (C
   April 2004)                                                         Tayal U, No Free Lunch BMJ Careers 328:s199 (15 May 2004)               Dyer) 328:1279 (N)
 — quality, review of Californian measures (MS Broder, et al)          Taylor A, Pre-eclampsia and the risk of cancer 328:909 (E)            — US, secret documents show smoking ban plans (D Spurgeon)
   328:152 (IP)                                                        Taylor D, et al, Prevention of coronary heart disease 328:404 (L)       328:914 (N)
 — reconfiguration of surgical, emergency, and trauma services         Taylor J, see Graffy J 328:26                                         — WHO framework convention
   in UK (A Black) 328:178 (E), 328:522 (L), 328:523 (L)               Taylor MJ, et al, Folic acid as ultimate in disease prevention        — — major flaw 328:1320 (L)
 — self regulation: interview with Peter Simpson (S Mayor)                    328:768 (L)                                                    — — slow progress (B Burton) 328:1220 (N)
   328:248 (N)                                                         Taylor R, see Bottle A 328:1568                                      Todd P, see Bentham J 328:133
 — South Asia (M Ahmed, et al) 328:782 (E)                             Taylor, Ross, Obituary (TWJ Lennard) 328:646                         Toelle BG, et al, Prevalence of asthma and allergy in schoolchil-
 — surgeon’s attitudes (The way I see it) BMJ Careers 328:s18          Taylor TE, see Plowe CV 328:545, 328:1260                                  dren in Belmont, Australia: three days cross sectional sur-
   (10 January 2004), s119 (20 March 2004)                             teaching see also education, medical                                       veys over 20 years 328:386 (P)
surgery, operative see also postoperative complications                 — Aggie. A memorable patient (H Davies) 328:559                     Tomlin A, see Badenoch D 328:1564
 — asymptomatic aortic stenosis (GP McCann, et al) 328:63 (E)           — medical trivia (J Doshi) 328:679                                  Tomlinson JM, et al, Impact of erectile dysfunction and its subse-
 — elderly, long term cognitive dysfunction after non-cardiac          Teasdale S, see Fernando B 328:1171                                        quent treatment with sildenafil: qualitative study 328:1037
   surgery (A Selwood, et al) 328:120 (E)                              teeth, infallible amulet. Endpiece (JH Baron) 328:930                      (P)
surgery, plastic                                                       teicoplanin, hypersensitivity syndrome (CM Perrett, et al) (Drug     Tompkins CNE, see Wright NMJ 328:100
 — Italy, reality show angers doctors (S Arie) (TV) 328:590 (R)               points) 328:1292 (P)                                          Tondi F, see Boyd PA 328:137
 — new face of reality TV (L Turner) (TV) 328:1208 (R)                 telemedicine                                                         Tonkin AL, see Jureidini JN 328:879
Surindran S, Effect of public smoking ban in Helena, Montana            — consultation and referral (R Sharma) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers     Tonks A, Public health gets a makeover (The Press) 328:293 (R)
      328:1379 (L)                                                        328:s46 (31 January 2004)                                         Tookey PA, see Gibb DM 328:524
survival analysis                                                       — education in accident and emergency (J Mardon) BMJ Ca-            Torgerson DJ, et al, Ethics review in research 328:710 (L)
 — cleft lip and palate at birth (K Christensen, et al) 328:1405 (P)      reers 328:s45 (31 January 2004)                                   Torp I, see Hovind P 328:1105
 — congenital heart disease, after surgery or therapeutic cath-        Telenti A, see Young J 328:15                                        torture see also ethics, medical
   eterisation in UK children (JL Gibbs, et al) 328:611 (P) (cor-                                                                            — carer of victims (A Arasu) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s126 (27
   rection, 997)                                                       Telfer M, see Anderson R BMJ Careers 328:s55                            March 2004)
 — gastrointestinal cancers, rates vary across England (S Mayor)       10-minute consultation                                                — how to care for survivors (C Jewels, et al) BMJ Careers
   328:974 (N)                                                          — Acute cough in children (AD Hay, et al) 328:1062 (PC)                328:s123 (27 March 2004)
sustainable development, health protection (JG Ayres, et al)            — Female dyspareunia (L Ryan, et al) 328:1357 (PC)                  tourism see health tourism
      328:1450 (E)                                                      — Management of diastolic heart failure in older adults (A          Towse A
Sutch S, see Ham C 328:584                                                Ahmed) 328:1114 (PC), 328:1378 (L), 328:1379 (L)                   — et al, Learning from Thailand’s health reforms 328:103 (ED)
Sutcliffe K, see Thomas J 328:1010                                     tennis elbow, review was biased 328:897 (L)                           — see Fenn P 328:417



26     STR-TOW                                                                                                                                                                   January−June 2004
toys, most useful practice instrument (P Vincent) 328:630                — Summary of responses (Bite back) BMJ Careers 328:s274 (19        — — Florida judge finds law to be unconstitutional (F Charatan)
Trafford P, The Clinical Experience Scheme for refugee and                 June 2004)                                                            328:1154 (N)
       overseas doctors BMJ Careers 328:s279 (26 June 2004)              — Treating homosexuality as a sickness 328:956 (L), 328:1261       — — judge finds Governor Bush’s law to be unconstitutional (F
training, peer review quality and (S Schroter, et al) 328:673 (P)          (L)                                                                   Charatan) 328:1154 (N)
Tramèr MR, Systematic review of topical rubefacients containing         type 1 diabetes see also diabetes                                   — plague, infectious diseases expert imprisoned (JH Tanne)
       salicylates for the treatment of acute and chronic pain.          — microalbuminuria and macroalbuminuria predictors: incep-           328:662 (N)
       Commentary: It’s not just about rubbing—topical capsaicin           tion cohort study (P Hovind, et al) 328:1105 (P)                 — Protecting America’s Health:The FDA,Business,and One Hundred
       and topical salicylates may be useful as adjuvants to con-        — pregnancy complications: Netherlands (IM Evers, et al)             Years of Regulation (Hilts) (Books) 328:1080 (R)
       ventional pain treatment 328:998 (PC)                               328:915 (P)                                                      — smallpox vaccination, number reacting is higher than ex-
transexualism, escape from normality (J Roberts) (Personal view)         — recent developments (D Devendra, et al) 328:750 (C)                pected (JH Tanne) 328:1220 (N)
       328:962 (R)                                                       — vaccination and (C Odigwe) 328:854 (N)                           — sodium and potassium intake (JH Tanne) 328:485 (N)
transplantation see also organ transplantation                          type 2 diabetes see also diabetes                                   — staffing, ease of working there BMJ Careers 328:s149 (10
 — Transplant: From Myth to Reality (Tilney) (Books) 328:470 (R)         — cognitive decline in elderly women and (G Logroscino, et al)       April 2004)
Transplantation and Dialysis, rejects article after objections from        328:548 (P)                                                      — stem cell transplantation
       marketing department (O Dyer) 328:244 (N)                         — hypoglycaemia recurrence after unexpected renal failure (MS      — — new lines (S Gottlieb) 328:539 (N)
travel medicine                                                            Parmar) 328:883 (C) (correction, 1170)                           — — universities get round regulations (JH Tanne) 328:1094 (N)
 — career advice (J Zuckerman) BMJ Careers 328:s277 (26 June             — intradermal insulin in faulty injection technique (A Bhansali,   — suicide, FDA advisory panel calls for new depressant warn-
    2004)                                                                  et al) (Minerva) 328:1268 (R)                                      ings (R Moynihan) 328:303 (N)
 — survey highlights health risks of overseas travel (R Dobson)          — low dose ramipril on cardiovascular and renal outcomes in        — surgical quality: review of Californian measures (MS Broder,
    328:7 (N), 328:464 (L), 328:465 (L)                                    (M Marre, et al) 328:495 (PC) (correction, 686)                    et al) 328:152 (IP)
Treasure T                                                               — statins (S Gottlieb) 328:1095 (N)                                — tobacco industry
 — Congenital heart disease 328:594 (E)                                 typhoid, listen to grandmother (J Dewhurst) 328:1436                — — fall in smoking in New York (S Gottlieb) 328:1222 (N)
 — et al, Radical surgery for mesothelioma 328:237 (E)                                                                                      — — secret documents show smoking ban plans (D Spurgeon)
treatment outcome see also ineffectiveness                                                                                                       328:914 (N)
 — antibiotic resistance and (M Woodhead, et al) 328:1270 (E)                                          U                                    — universities, Elsevier journal subs cancellation (O Dyer)
 — hospital star ratings and: ecology (K Rowan, et al) 328:924 (P)                                                                            328:543 (N)
 — specificity of hospital volume-outcome associations for surgi-       Uganda see also Africa                                              — visa application difficulties (T Greenhalgh) (Soundings)
    cal procedures (DR Urbach, et al) 328:737 (P)                       — wasting time with people (S Challand) (Personal view)               328:235 (R)
 — well informed uncertainties about effects of treatments (I              328:1573 (R)                                                     — West Nile virus infections, occurring early (JH Tanne)
    Chalmers) 328:475 (E), 328:1018 (L)                                 Uhaa I, see Hossain SMM 328:830                                       328:1397 (N)
treatment refusal, advance directives, must specify treatments (C       Uhari M, see Koivunen P 328:487                                     — whistleblowing, Allen Jones removed from job (J Lenzer)
       Dyer) 328:1035 (N)                                               ultrasonography                                                       328:1153 (N)
treatment withdrawal                                                    — Scotland, pregnant women should have two scans (B Christie)       Unsworth DJ, see Bingley PJ 328:322
 — General Medical Council                                                 328:424 (N)                                                      Urbach DR, et al, Does it matter what a hospital is “high volume”
 — — challenge (C Dyer) 328:68 (N)                                      — US, commercial prenatal video warning (JH Tanne) 328:853               for? Specificity of hospital volume-outcome associations
 — — guidance challenged (C Dyer) 328:541 (N)                              (N)                                                                   for surgical procedures: analysis of administrative data
Trevor-Roper, Patrick, Obituary (C Richmond) 328:1137                   uncertainty principle, cancer clinical trials (S Joffe, et al)           328:737 (P)
Trewby P, Overseas doctors in the UK: Setting the scene BMJ                   328:1463 (P)                                                  Utzinger J, see Keiser J 328:1229
       Careers 328:s244 (19 June 2004)                                  Underhill S, see Doran M 328:1364
Trichopoulos D, see Hall P 328:19                                       Unger J-P, et al, Health in South Asia 328:1497 (L)
trigger thumbs, in girl (S Irby, et al) (Minerva) 328:904 (R)           United Arab Emirates see also Asia                                                                    V
trimethoprim, bacteriuria in patients prescribed antibiotics (PT        — working abroad (K Robinson) BMJ Careers 328:s25 (17
       Donnan, et al) 328:1297 (IP)                                        January 2004)                                                    vaccination, type 1 diabetes and (C Odigwe) 328:854 (N)
tropical medicine                                                       United Nations, warning of drugs sold on internet (J Burger-        Vågerö D
 — Geoff Gill (E Welch) (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s189 (8 May                 meister) 328:603 (N)                                           — et al, Long term mortality after starvation during the Lenin-
    2004)                                                               United States see also North America                                   grad siege 328:346 (L)
 — representation of authors and editors from countries with            — Abortion, Motherhood, and Mental Health: Medicalizing Reproduc-    — see Sparén P 328:11
    different human development indexes (J Keiser, et al)                  tion in the United States and Great Britain (Lee) (Books)        vaginal discharge, causes, diagnosis, and treatment: ABC of sexu-
    328:1229 (P)                                                           328:1022 (R)                                                           ally transmitted infections (H Mitchell) 328:1306 (C)
Trust PM, Reconfiguration of surgical, emergency, and trauma            — AIDS                                                              vaginal hysterectomy
       services 328:522 (L)                                             — — Bush accused of blocking access to cheap drugs (O Dyer)          — cost effectiveness, laparoscopic v. standard (M Sculpher, et al)
trusts see also National Health Service                                       328:783 (N)                                                      328:134 (P)
 — first wave of NHS foundation trusts (R Klein) 328:1332 (E)           — — drugs price increase (F Charatan) 328:974 (N)                    — laparoscopic v. abdominal comparison with laparoscopic v.
 — funding, financial targets overspent (O Dyer) 328:1094 (N)           — — patients can be made to have HIV test to protect doctor (T         vaginal: eVALuate study (R Garry, et al) 328:129 (P) (correc-
 — ill prepared for 58 hour week for junior doctors (K Burke)                 Sheldon) 328:304 (N)                                             tion, 494), 328:642 (L), 328:643 (L)
    328:484 (N)                                                         — anaesthetist’s nightmare (D Kamming) (The way I see it) BMJ       Vahtera J, et al, Organisational downsizing, sickness absence, and
 — inspection methods are flawed, says King’s Fund (D Singh)               Careers 328:s188 (8 May 2004)                                          mortality: 10-town prospective cohort study 328:555 (P)
    328:542 (N)                                                         — aortic aneurysm, high prevalence (D Spurgeon) 328:852 (N)         Vaidya G, Jaw droppers 328:520
tuberculosis                                                            — assisted suicide, appeal court upholds Oregon’s law (F Chara-     Vallance E, see Lambert TW 328:1347
 — management update. bmjlearning.com (K Walsh) 328:1356                   tan) 328:1337 (N)                                                van Alem AP, et al, Use of automated external defibrillator by first
 — MsF criticises DOTS policy (G Mudur) 328:784 (N)                     — breast cancers                                                          responders in out of hospital cardiac arrest: prospective
 — The Return of the White Plague: Global Poverty and the New           — — ductal carcinoma in situ variation (JH Tanne) 328:785 (N)             controlled trial 327:1312 (correction, 328:396)
    Tuberculosis (Gandy) (Books) 328:1206 (R)                           — — oestrogen only arm of trial is stopped (JH Tanne) 328:602       van Bockel JH, see van Hilten JA 328:1281
 — screening of immigrants (R Coker) 328:298 (E), 328:897 (L)                 (N)                                                           van Brakel WH, see Smith WCS 328:1459
tuberculosis, multidrug resistant, soars in eastern Europe (C           — caesarean section, mother accused of murder after refusal (C      van de Velde CJH, see van Hilten JA 328:1281
       Odigwe) 328:663 (N)                                                 Marwick) 328:663 (N)                                             van de Watering LMG, see van Hilten JA 328:1281
Tudor-Williams G, see Fielder AR 328:1376                               — commercial prenatal ultrasound video warning (JH Tanne)           van de Wauwer C, see Campbell B 328:1060
Tuffs A                                                                    328:853 (N)                                                      van den Brink W, et al, Prescription of heroin to treatment
 — German patients rush to doctors before new €10 charge starts         — consumer group names “dirty dozen” dietary supplements                  resistant heroin addicts 328:229 (L)
    328:8 (N)                                                              (JH Tanne) 328:975 (N)                                           van den Hout WB, see van Hilten JA 328:1281
 — Germany’s new charging system has mixed results 328:366              — Cuba, conference ban (L Eaton) 328:914 (N)                        van der Bom JG, see Roovers J-P 328:108
    (N)                                                                 — diet, WHO’s attempts to improve diet rejected (O Dyer)            van der Vaart CH, see Roovers J-P 328:108
 — Only 6% of drug advertising material is supported by evi-               328:185 (N)                                                      van der Veen F, see Bayram N 328:192
    dence 328:485 (N)                                                   — drug industry                                                     van Ganse E, see Walley T 328:385
Tugwell P                                                               — — 11% spending increase in 2003 (R Moynihan) 328:727 (N)          Van Haselen R, see Vickers AJ 328:744
 — Campaign to revitalise academic medicine kicks off 328:597           — — company targets state health officials (R Moynihan)             van Hilten JA, et al, Effects of transfusion with red cells filtered to
    (E), 328:1376 (L), 328:1377 (L), 328:1378 (L)                             328:306 (N)                                                         remove leucocytes: randomised controlled trial in patients
 — et al, Interactive case report. A 64 year old woman with knee pain   — — comparative drug study budget (C Marwick) 328:603 (N)                 undergoing major surgery 328:1281 (P)
 — — case presentation 328:1362 (C)                                     — — GlaxoSmithKline to publish clinical trials after lawsuit (L     van Leeuwen JS, Cure is better than prevention 328:350 (L)
 — — case progression 328:1425 (C)                                            Gibson) 328:1513 (N)                                          van Puijenbroek E, et al, Drug points. Slipped capital femoral
Tugwell, Peter, interview with: academic medicine (J Clark)             — — junior doctors’ ignorance of tactics (D Spurgeon)                     epiphyses associated with the withdrawal of a gonado-
       328:604 (N)                                                            328:1032 (N)                                                        trophin releasing hormone 328:1353 (P)
Tunstall-Pedoe H, Pride comes... 328:460                                — electronic journals, universities review “package deals” (S       van Wely M, see Bayram N 328:192
Tupper J, Paediatricians as child protectors? BMJ Careers                  Mayor) 328:68 (N)                                                van Zwanenberg T, Revalidation: the purpose needs to be clear
       328:s208 (22 May 2004)                                           — email communication with patients and payment (S Gottlieb)              328:684 (LP)
Turai I, et al, Medical response to radiation incidents and radio-         328:1155 (N)                                                     Vandenbroucke J, see Glasziou P 328:39
       nuclear threats 328:568 (C), 328:1074 (L), 328:1075 (L)          — embargoes, societies to defy ban on editing articles from         Vanslembroek K, see Campbell B 328:1060
Turnbull P, see Shaw J 328:734                                             embargoed countries (O Dyer) 328:543 (N), 328:898 (L)            Varatharajan D, Special issue on South Asia 328:288 (L)
Turner L                                                                — emergency contraception, counter status rejected (JH Tanne)       varicoceles, pathogenesis and treatment (J Sandlow) 328:967 (E)
 — Bioethics needs to rethink its agenda (Personal view) 328:175           328:1219 (N) (correction, 329:148)                                     (correction, 1486)
    (R)                                                                 — end of life care in highly respected hospitals (JE Wennberg, et   Varma R, Resuscitation in pregnancy article omitted several
 — Cosmetic surgery: the new face of reality TV (TV) 328:1208              al) 328:607 (P), 328:1201 (L), 328:1202 (L)                            points 328:168 (L)
    (R)                                                                 — ethnic groups                                                     Varma RR, Hindu mythology and medicine 328:819
Turner N, PLOS Biology (Journals) 328:56 (R)                            — — affirmative action (F Sassi, et al) 328:1213 (E)                Varney J
Turner TJ, Evidence base: rock of certainty or shifting sands?          — — criticise inequalities report (O Dyer) 328:308 (N)               — Health needs of women who have sex with women 328:463
       328:1203 (L)                                                     — free trade agreement between Australia and (P Drahos, et al)         (L)
Turone F                                                                   328:1271 (E)                                                      — Treating homosexuality as a sickness 328:955 (L)
 — Doctor proposes alternative to female genital mutilation             — health services                                                   Varughese G, see Morris I 328:289
    328:247 (N)                                                         — — bed occupancy: NHS, Kaiser Permanente and Medicare              Vasan RS, Diastolic heart failure 327:1181 (correction, 328:762)
 — Italian doctors face criminal allegations over bribes 328:1333             328:582 (L), 328:583 (L), 328:584 (L)                         Vasenwala M, Joy of rapid responses 328:645 (L)
    (N)                                                                 — — US medicine meets US dream 328:349 (L)                          vasopressin, cardiac arrest and, increases chances of survival (S
 — Italian doctors strike over threat to break up state health          — healthcare lobbyists outspend other pressure groups (JH                 Gottlieb) 328:128 (N)
    service 328:976 (N)                                                    Tanne) 328:786 (N)                                               Vaz VL, see Miranda-Filho DdeB 328:615
 — Italy to pass new law on assisted reproduction 328:9 (N)             — hypertension                                                      Veltman C, Super Size Me (Film) 328:1266 (R)
 — New law forces Italian couple with genetic disease to implant        — — guidelines less flexible than Europe (JH Tanne) 328:1279        Venkatramani J, et al, Ocular and systemic causes of retinopathy
    all their IVF embryos 328:1334 (N)                                        (N)                                                                 in patients without diabetes mellitus 328:625 (C)
Turya EB                                                                — — lower cost drugs promoted (D Spurgeon) 328:539 (N)              venous leg ulcers, management (DA Simon, et al) 328:1358 (C)
 — Growing your CV BMJ Careers 328:s226 (5 June 2004)                   — influenza, vaccine shortage (F Charatan) 328:8 (N)                ventricular fibrillation, pacemaker-induced, coronary care units
 — How to supervise an overseas doctor on clinical attachment           — insurance, non-medical staff key role in access for uninsured           (AA McLeod, et al) 328:1249 (C)
    (Clinical attachment) BMJ Careers 328:s262 (19 June 2004)              (D Spurgeon) 328:1220 (N)                                        Veress K, see Turai I 328:568, 328:1075
 — Writing CVs and handling job interviews (Job hunting) BMJ            — malpractice, doctors debate refusing treatment to malpractice     Verhoef E, see van Puijenbroek E 328:1353
    Careers 328:s266 (19 June 2004)                                        lawyers (F Charatan) 328:1518 (N)                                Vernazza P, see Young J 328:15
twins, perinatal outcome, singletons and twins after assisted           — managed care programmes                                           vertebral fractures, strontium reduces risk (POEM*) 328 (15 May
       conception: systematic review of controlled studies (FM          — — can NHS learn from US organisations? (J Dixon, et al)                 2004)
       Helmerhorst, et al) 328:261 (P)                                        328:223 (ED)                                                  Vettini A, see Bhopal R 328:76
Twisselmann B                                                           — — (EH Wagner) 328:177 (E)                                         viagra see also infertility, male
 — Death of the teaching autopsy 328:167 (L)                            — mental disorders, Bush plan to screen whole population (J          — erectile dysfunction treatment, qualitative study (JM Tomlin-
 — Do patients with unexplained physical symptoms pressurise               Lenzer) 328:1458 (N)                                                son, et al) 328:1037 (P)
    GPs for somatic treatment? 328:1319 (L)                             — obesity, wins more time to lobby against WHO diet plan (O          — Pfizer will not apply for licence for women (S Mayor) 328:542
 — Hit for six 328:1500 (L)                                                Dyer) 328:245 (N)                                                   (N)
 — Joy of rapid responses 328:645 (L)                                   — patient care record keeping: discontents (G Dunea) (Sound-         — postmenopausal women (POEM*) 328 (28 February 2004)
 — No time to train surgeons 328:1134 (L)                                  ings) 328:1209 (R)                                               Vickers AJ
 — Screening without evidence of efficacy 328:521 (L)                   — persistent vegetative state                                        — A rapid grasp of the fundamentals 328:1290



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    large, pragmatic, randomised trial 328:744 (PC)                         328:409 (L)                                                            hypertension management 2004 (BHS-IV): summary
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Victorino R, see Maria V 328:572                                       Watson R                                                              Williams C, see Harrad R 328:348
Vieira AG, see Miranda-Filho DdeB 328:615                              — EU wants every member to develop a “roadmap” for ehealth            Williams DDR, A memorable consultation 328:551
Viera-Yaniz J, see Espinosa-Brito A 328:166                              328:1155 (N)                                                        Williams J, The door handle sign 328:1187
Vietnam see also Asia                                                  — A lawyer with the Hygeia touch 328:1096 (N)                         Williams K, Patients will able to report drugs’ side effects
 — avian flu, outbreak in Hanoi (J Parry) 328:123 (N)                  — Loophole to be closed on recognition of qualifications                    328:1095 (N)
Vigushin D, see Palmieri C 328:1439                                      328:425 (N)                                                         Williams KN, see Cooper CP 328:1179
Villanueva T                                                           — New category of on-call work suggested 328:1278 (N)                 Williams, Professor Roger, apology 328:1432
 — Commons committee slates inaction on obesity 328:1335 (N)           — Scientists beg EU to repeal new rules for clinical trials           Williams, Robert Hildebrand Hunt, Obituary (R Wilkinson)
 — Homeless families in England report high levels of depres-            328:187 (N), 328:522 (L)                                                  328:647
    sion 328:1396 (N)                                                  — Stronger measures needed to avoid flu pandemic in Europe,           Williams RS, et al, Blast injury causing surgical emphysema and
Vincent P, My most useful surgery instrument 328:630                     commission warns 328:854 (N)                                              linear lacerations of the soft palate (Minerva) 328:236
violence see also bullying; domestic violence                          Wattiez A, see Canis MJ 328:642                                       Williams S, see Ball C 328:346
 — substance abuse and: Swedish population study (M Grann, et          Watts G                                                               Willis D, see Jones J 328:1318
    al) 328:1233 (P)                                                   — Can the new “electronic highway” for the NHS have a smooth          Willis J, Polypill debate continues 328:289 (L)
 — Working with Dangerous People: The Psychotherapy of Violence          launch? 328:1156 (N) (correction, 329:85)                           Willis TA, NHS national programme for information technol-
    (Jones, ed) (Books) 328:1324 (R)                                   — Cohort study of sibling effect, infectious diseases, and risk of          ogy 328:1200 (L)
Virtanen M, see Vahtera J 328:555                                        atopic dermatitis during first 18 months of life. Commentary:       Willocks, James, Obituary (LJ Willocks, et al) 328:1205
Virtanen P, see Vahtera J 328:555                                        the defence of dirt 328:1226 (P)                                    Wilmshurst P
vision disorders, screening, unilateral visual impairment treat-       — Doing as well as thinking 328:309 (N)                               — Editors and their priorities about libel and fraud 328:230 (L)
       ment detected at preschool vision screening 328:348 (L)         — The new MMR? (The Press) 328:773 (R)                                — Institutional corruption in medicine 325:1232 (correction,
Visser GHA, see Evers IM 328:915                                       — Paper prescriptions will soon be distinctly “last season”             328:1432)
Visvanathan, Thiagarajah, Obituary (H Markar) 328:1502                   328:1156 (N)                                                        Wilmut I, Human cells from cloned embryos in research and
vitiligo, minor trauma site (A Mohammed, et al) (Minerva)              — Waking governments up to their obligations 328:730 (N)                    therapy 328:415 (E)
       328:1326 (R)                                                    Weaver RG, see Lantz PE 328:754                                       Wilson D, Partner reduction and prevention of HIV/AIDS
Vlad I                                                                 Weeks JC, see Joffe S 328:1463                                              328:848 (E)
 — European views about accession (News feature) BMJ Careers           Weggelaar NM, see Busari JO 328:272                                   Wilson L, Sex on the Rates: Memoirs of a Family Planning Doctor
    328:s99 (6 March 2004)                                             Wehrle, Paul Francis, Obituary (C Veltman) 328:1569                         (Books) 328:1504 (R)
 — Moments of Truth (Books) 328:1443 (R)                               Wei HA, see Dougliss C 328:1481                                       Wilson M
 — Surgeon under fire (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s158 (17 April         Wei L, see Donnan PT 328:1297                                         — Planning work overseas (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s189 (8
    2004), s209 (22 May 2004)                                          Weinberg J, see Sassi F 328:1213                                        May 2004)
Vlassov VV, Quality of randomised controlled trials 328:286 (L)        Weingarten MA, et al, Assessing ethics of trials in systematic        — see Banks E 328:1291
volunteer work, Zambia: late life crisis (R Sturge) (The way I see          reviews 328:1013 (ED)                                            Wilson P
       it) BMJ Careers 328:s147 (10 April 2004)                        Weir RE, et al, School exam results matter in medical job appli-      — Presence of bacteriuria caused by trimethoprim resistant
Voth EA, et al, Prescription of heroin to treatment resistant               cations 328:585 (L)                                                bacteria in patients prescribed antibiotics: multilevel model
       heroin addicts 328:229 (L)                                      Welch E                                                                 with practice and individual patient data. Commentary: Legal
vulval vestibulitis, (P Munday, et al) 328:1214 (E)                    — In and out of Africa (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s189 (8 May            issues of data anonymisation in research 328:1300 (IP)
                                                                         2004)                                                               — see Hussey S 328:88
                                                                       — Medicine in the mountains BMJ Careers 328:s57 (7 February           Wilson, Sydney Gordon Forbes, Obituary (CC Lutton) 328:647
                                W                                        2004)                                                               Wilson, Willoughby, Obituary (R Clarke, et al) 328:1502
                                                                       — et al, Premier league doctor BMJ Careers 328:s237 (12 June          Wilton T, Mortal Secrets (Books) 328:1080 (R)
Waddy, Donald Campbell, Obituary (M Hemming) 328:1502                    2004)                                                               Wise R, see Woodhead M 328:1270
Wadsworth MEJ, see Richards M 328:552                                  Welch S, see Yudkin P 328:989                                         Withington SG, see Smith WCS 328:1459
Wagner EH, Chronic disease care 328:177 (E)                            Wells S, et al, Motorcycle rider conspicuity and crash related        Wlodarczyk K, et al, Occupational health and general practition-
Wailoo A, et al, Efficiency, equity, and NICE clinical guidelines           injury: case control study 328:857 (P)                                 ers BMJ Careers 328:s73 (21 February 2004)
      328:536 (E)                                                      Wenley, William Gilson, Obituary (NA Green, et al) 328:772            Wohlfahrt J, see Benn CS 328:1223
waiting lists, NHS staff may be disciplined over “fiddling” lists (R   Wennberg JE, et al, Use of hospitals, physician visits, and hospice   Wollersheim H, see Emmen MJ 328:318
      Dobson) 328:1220 (N)                                                  care during last six months of life among cohorts loyal to       women
Wakefield, Andrew                                                           highly respected hospitals in the United States 328:607 (P),     — AIDS, being let down in efforts to stem (Z Kmietowicz)
— MMR and autism                                                            328:1201 (L), 328:1202 (L)                                         328:305 (N)
— — Evan Harris raises new allegations (A Ferriman) 328:726            Wesselink RMJ, see van Hilten JA 328:1281                             — breast cancer increased risk: annual mammograms (Z Kmi-
      (N)                                                              West Nile virus infections, US, occurring early (JH Tanne)              etowicz) 328:1515 (N)
— — Lancet media survey (J Lyall) (The Press) 328:528 (R)                   328:1397 (N)                                                     — coronary disease, clustering of risk factors and social class in
— — pressure mounts for inquiry (C Dyer) 328:483 (N)                   West PA, Low prices for HIV drugs are only one step forward             childhood and adulthood (S Ebrahim, et al) 328:861 (correc-
Walji N, et al, For the love of teaching BMJ Careers 328:s148 (10           328:349 (L)                                                        tion, 1104) (P)
      April 2004)                                                      West R, ABC of smoking cessation. Assessment of dependence and        — gardening for. One hundred years ago 328:14
Walker R, Managing nocturia 328:1438 (L)                                    motivation to stop smoking 328:338 (C)                           — health needs of women who have sex with women 328:463
Wall B, see Meara J 328:581                                            Wharfield L, Joy of rapid responses 328:645 (L)                         (L), 328:464 (L)
Wallace A, et al, Timing of simvastatin treatment 328:168 (L)          What the educators are saying, 328.210 (LP) (correction, 762)         — India, tobacco, birth weight, gestational age and smokeless
Waller D, see Treasure T 328:237                                            328:692 (L), 328:1244 (LP)                                         tobacco use (PC Gupta, et al) 328:1538 (PC)
Waller, Tom, Obituary (GV Stimson) 328:526                             Wheastone SE, see Challacombe BJ BMJ Careers 328:s119                 — smoking, effectiveness of nicotine patches in relation to geno-
Walley T, et al, Variations and increase in use of statins across      Wheeler JG, see Thomas SL 328:439                                       type in women v. men (P Yudkin, et al) 328:989
      Europe: data from administrative databases 328:385 (P)           Wheeler R, see Lucassen AM 328:952                                    — type 1 diabetes, pregnancy complications: Netherlands (IM
      (correction, 329:323)                                            Whewell, John, Obituary (DS Strachan) 328:1442                          Evers, et al) 328:915 (P)
Wallis MG, see Banks E 328:1291                                        whistleblowing                                                        — type 2 diabetes and cognitive decline in elderly women (G
Walsh AM, et al, We are not “amueslied” 328:1136 (L)                   — everything you always wanted to know (R Coull) BMJ Ca-                Logroscino, et al) 328:548 (P)
Walsh K                                                                  reers 328:s5 (3 January 2004)                                       — Women in Psychiatry Special Interest Group (R Ramsay)
— bmjlearning.com                                                      — Nancy Olivieri                                                        BMJ Careers 328:s116 (20 March 2004)
— — Childhood asthma 328:147                                           — — deferiprone and thalassaemia major (J Savulescu) 328:358          Wonderling D, et al, Cost effectiveness analysis of a randomised
— — Chronic fatigue syndrome 328:399                                         (E)                                                                   trial of acupuncture for chronic headache in primary care
— — Coeliac disease: myth buster 328:868                               — — vows to fight on (C Dyer) 328:187 (N)                                   328:747 (PC)
— — Copying letters to patients 328:733                                — research fraud, have editors got priorities right? 328:230 (L)      Wong G
— — Deep vein thrombosis 328:938                                       — update (R McGuire) BMJ Careers 328:s7 (3 January 2004)              — Internet access is a socioeconomic issue 328:1200 (L)
— — Heart failure: an update on management 328:198                     — US, Janssen case (J Lenzer) 328:1153 (N)                            — Revalidation: swallow hard 328:1077 (L)
— — Hepatitis C 328:1296                                               White C                                                               Wong ICK, see Murray ML 328:524
— — Managing cerebral palsy in primary care 328:743                    — Aromatase inhibitor cuts risk of recurrence of breast cancer        Wong K, et al, Computer aided prescribing 328:1566 (L)
— — Promoting smoking cessation in general practice 328:328              328:599 (N)                                                         Wong T, et al, Clinical fellow in medical education BMJ Careers
— — Serious communicable diseases 328:1045                             — Death of “no comment"? (The Press) 328:649 (R)                            328:s77 (21 February 2004), s148 (10 April 2004)
— — Tuberculosis: an update on management 328:1356                     — Electioneering nipple shot banned 328:1337 (N)                      Wood GW, see Boynton PM 328:1433
— — Understanding statistics—"Is there a significant differ-           — Exploring perspectives on death 328:911 (N) (correction,            Woodcock M, et al, Recent advances in customising cataract
      ence?” 328:508                                                     1412)                                                                     surgery 328:92 (C)
Walsh KM, Management of diastolic heart failure in older adults        — GMC sees rise in doctors charged with accessing child por-          Woodhead M, et al, Antibiotics, resistance, and clinical outcomes
      328:1379 (L)                                                       nography websites 328:973 (N)                                             328:1270 (E)
Walsh SH, The clinician’s perspective on electronic health             — HRT does not prevent chronic disease after menopause                Woods A, et al, Pre-eclampsia and breech presentation as precur-
      records and how they can affect patient care 328:1184 (C)          328:912 (N)                                                               sors of vasa praevia (Minerva) 328:652 (R)
Walt G, et al, WHO’s World Health Report 2003: 328:6 (E), 328:287      — If it doesn’t work, stop it 328:1016 (L)                            Woods D, Escape Fire (Books) 328:1139 (R)
      (L), 328:288 (L)                                                 — Infertile couples to be given three shots at IVF 328:482 (N)        Woods K, Implementing the European clinical trials directive
Walton R, see Yudkin P 328:989                                         — NICE guidance has failed to end “postcode prescribing”                    328:240 (E)
Wangford, Hank, at The Shed (JO Drife) (Soundings) 328:471 (R)           328:1277 (N)                                                        Woodward A, see Hill SE 328:988
Wanless report                                                         — Risk of cancer from mobile phones is unclear 328:124 (N)            work see also occupational health
— England’s standards lag behind other Western countries (M            — Three journals raise doubts on validity of Canadian studies         — clearing your desk (S Gupta, et al) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers
  Gould) 328:10 (N)                                                      328:67 (N) (correction, 257), 328:465 (L)                             328:s58 (7 February 2004)
— second report welcomed by public health experts (C Shan-             white coats, death of (A Panja) (Personal view) 328:57 (R)            — overseas (M Wilson) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s189 (8 May
  non) 328:542 (N)                                                     White JML, et al, Pyoderma gangrenosum after total hip replace-         2004)
war see also army; Gulf war syndrome                                        ment (Minerva) 328:1386 (R)                                      Workman S, American medicine meets the American dream
— analgesia neglected (P Moszynski) 328:1398 (N)                                                                                                   328:349 (L)
— weapons of mass destruction (I Loefler) (Soundings) 328:531          White KL, Campaign to revitalise academic medicine 328:1378
                                                                            (L)                                                              World Bank, conference debates how to reach poor (J Clark)
  (R), 328:770 (L)                                                                                                                                 328:486 (N)
Wardlow JM, et al, Diagnosis of stroke on neuroimaging 328:655         White N, Sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine for uncomplicated falci-
                                                                            parum malaria 328:1259 (L)                                       world health see global health
      (E), 328:1135 (L)                                                                                                                      World Health Organization see also global health
Wardrope J, et al, Risk assessment for spinal injury after trauma      Whitehead DEJ, see Weir RE 328:585                                    — AIDS, drugs target may be unrealistic (F Fleck) 328:1151 (N)
      328:721 (E)                                                      Whitehead E, see Campbell B 328:1060                                  — avian flu
wards                                                                  Whitehead M, see Doran T 328:1043                                     — — human to human transmission (J Parry) 328:308 (N)
— rounds: medical trivia (J Doshi) 328:679                             Whitmore, John Ludlow, Obituary (M Whitmore) 328:1020                 — — outbreak in Hanoi (J Parry) 328:123 (N)
— rounds: not what they used to be (D Crosby) 328:402                  Whittaker M, see Garry R 328:129                                      — diet
— young people with mental disorders, inappropriate admis-             whole body magnetic resonance imaging, value (SJ Eustace, et al)      — — attempts to improve US diet rejected (O Dyer) 328:185 (N)
  sion to adult psychiatric wards and paediatric wards (A Wor-              328:1387 (E)                                                     — — food industry pressure on plan resisted (F Fleck) 328:973
  rall, et al) 328:867 (P)                                             Whyman MR, see Earnshaw JJ 328:1122                                         (N)
warfarin, treatment, training for patients in self management (E       Whynes DK, see Renehan AG 328:81                                      — Health Policy Research in South Asia (G Mudur) 328:124 (N)
      Murray, et al) 328:437 (P) (correction, 563)                     Wiebe S, see Bhopal R 328:76                                          — malaria
Waring D, see Fergusson D 328:432, 328:1136                            Wiese M, Different versions of Glasgow coma scale in British          — — Africa urged to use more effective medicines (G Yamey)
                                                                            hospitals 328:110 (L)                                                  328:1033 (N)
Warm D, see Little P 328:1054                                                                                                                — — researchers’ malpractice accusation (G Yamey) 328:183
Warner G, see Little P 328:441, 328:444                                Wiffen PJ, see Mason L 328:991, 328:995
                                                                       Wiggins M, see Griffiths C 328:144                                          (N)
Warner M, Endpiece. Many a true word spoken in jest 328:986                                                                                  — obesity
water delivery, comparison with standard of augmentation for           Wilczynski NL, see Haynes RB 328:1040                                 — — global plan (F Fleck) 328:1278 (N)
      management of dystocia in first stage of labour (ER Cluett,      Wilde, Oscar, life according to. Endpiece (F Charatan) 328:206        — — US wins more time to lobby against plan (O Dyer) 328:245
      et al) 328:314 (P), 328:767 (L), 328:768 (L)                     Wilkins, John Leonard, Obituary (J Powley, et al) 328:232                   (N)
water supply, developing countries lag behind (F Fleck) 328:972        Wilkinson DG, Older people and the “patient centred” NHS              — online register of trials (F Fleck) 328:854
      (N)                                                                   328:350 (L)                                                      — polio epidemic in Africa warning (F Fleck) 328:1513 (N)
Waters E, et al, Systematic reviews of public health in developing     Williams A, see Graffy J 328:26                                       — tobacco framework convention
      countries are in train 328:585 (L)                               Williams AJK, see Bingley PJ 328:322                                  — — major flaw 328:1320 (L)



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— — slow progress (B Burton) 328:1220 (N)                            Xu WH, et al, Soya food intake and risk of endometrial cancer        Youngner SJ, et al, eds, Transplanting Human Tissue: Ethics, Policy,
— World Health Report 2003                                               among Chinese women in Shanghai: population based                    and practice (Books) 328:469 (R)
— — overview (G Walt) 328:6 (E), 328:287 (L), 328:288 (L)                case-control study 328:1285 (P) (correction, 329:85)             Yousuf AK, see Althahabi MM 328:1072
— — AIDS offers healthcare opportunity (F Fleck) 328:10 (N)          Xue X, see Paltiel O 328:919                                         Yudkin P, et al, Effectiveness of nicotine patches in relation to
— World report on road traffic injury prevention                                                                                              genotype in women versus men: randomised controlled
— — overview (B Pless) 328:846 (E)                                                                                                            trial 328:989
— — summary (O Dyer) 328:851 (N)                                                                    Y
— Young People’s Health in Context (B Christie) 328:1395 (N)
World Health Survey Pilot Study Collaborating Group, see Salo-       Yadav M, et al, Excessive circumcision of foreskin (Minerva)                                          Z
      mon JA 328:258                                                       328:592 (R)                                                    Zahl P-H, et al, Incidence of breast cancer in Norway and Sweden
World Medical Association, retired academics to teach in devel-      Yahr, Melvin, Obituary (F Charatan) 328:290                               during introduction of nationwide screening: prospective
      oping world (S Pincock) 328:602 (N)                            Yamey G                                                                   cohort study 328:921 (P)
World Trade Organization, drugs deal 328:349 (L)                      — bmjlearning.com. Menorrhagia 328:1199
                                                                      — Health agencies end in-fighting on malaria 328:1095 (N)           Zaidi AKM, et al, Burden of infectious diseases in South Asia
Worley P, et al, Cohort study of examination performance of                                                                                    328:811 (C)
      undergraduate medical students learning in community            — The professor of “telepreventive medicine” 328:1158 (N)
                                                                      — Renaissance woman (Profile) BMJ Careers 328:s37 (24 Janu-         Zaidi F, see Zaidi J 328:767
      settings 328:207 (LP)                                                                                                               Zaidi FH, see Weir RE 328:585
Worrall A, et al, Inappropriate admission of young people with          ary 2004)
                                                                      — Researchers accuse WHO and Global Fund of malpractice             Zaidi J, et al, Labouring in water 328:767 (L)
      mental disorder to adult psychiatric wards and paediatric                                                                           Zaloga GP, see Marik PE 328:1407
      wards: cross sectional study of six months’ activity 328:867      328:183 (N)
                                                                      — Roll Back Malaria: a failing global health campaign 328:1086      Zambia see also Africa
      (P)                                                                                                                                 — voluntary work: late life crisis (R Sturge) (The way I see it) BMJ
wounds and injuries, herpes zoster risk and (SL Thomas, et al)          (E), 328:1378 (L)                                                    Careers 328:s147 (10 April 2004)
      328:439 (P)                                                     — WHO urges Africa to use more effective malaria medicines
                                                                        328:1033 (N)                                                      Zambon M, see Barclay WS 328:238
Wrennall L, Amoxicillin for non-severe pneumonia in young                                                                                 Zamvar V, No time to train surgeons 328:1134 (L)
      children 328:1566 (N)                                           — see Ekman P BMJ Careers 328:s75
                                                                     Yap SG, see Chow KY 328:195                                          Zavos, Panos, newspapers cannot ignore maverick claims (J Lau-
Wright D, see Tomlinson JM 328:1037                                                                                                            rance) (The Press) 328:294 (R)
Wright EB, et al, Doctors’ communication of trust, care and          yawning, covering one’s mouth (G Dunea) (Soundings) 328:963
                                                                           (R)                                                            Zendron L, Lesson of the week. Pitfalls in the diagnosis of phaeo-
      respect in breast cancer: qualitative study 328:864 (P),                                                                                 chromocytoma 328:629 (C)
      328:1317 (L), 328:1318 (L), 328:1319 (L)                       Yazbak FE, Autism seems to be increasing worldwide, if not in
                                                                           London 328:226 (L)                                             Zheng W, see Xu WH 328:1285
Wright G, How can the deaneries help overseas doctors? BMJ                                                                                Ziebland S
      Careers 328:s258 (19 June 2004)                                Yazdanpanah Y, et al, Clinical efficacy of antiretroviral combina-   — et al, How the internet affects patients’ experience of cancer:
Wright NMJ, et al, Supervised injecting centres 328:100 (ED)               tion therapy based on protease inhibitors or non-                 a qualitative study 328:564 (IP), 328:898 (L)
Wright PK, Biopsy specimens should be legally defined as dona-             nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors: indi-    — see Chapple A 328:1470
      tions 328:642 (L)                                                    rect comparison of controlled trials 328:249 (P)               Zimmern RL
writing see also authors; publishing                                 Yeung J, et al, Getting to grips with general surgery BMJ Careers    — et al, Role of next of kin in accessing health records of
— (R MacDonald) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s147 (10 April                328:s163 (24 April 2004)                                          deceased relatives. Commentary: the arguments could be
   2004)                                                             York N, see Ham C 328:584                                               extended 328:954 (ED)
— reports (M Griffiths) (Tips on...) BMJ Careers 328:s28 (17         young adults see also adolescence                                    — see Liddell K 328:1510
   January 2004)                                                      — mental disorders, inappropriate admission to adult psychiat-      Zinn C
Wyatt JC, see Gustafson DH 328:1150                                     ric wards and paediatric wards (A Worrall, et al) 328:867 (P)     — Australia accused of blocking doctors’ visit to asylum seekers
Wyatt M, see Campbell B 328:1060                                      — skin cancer risk from sunbathing (S Mayor) 328:786 (N)
                                                                                                                                             328:186 (N)
Wyeth, found guilty of paying to boost specific medicine use (Z      Young AJ, Timing of simvastatin treatment 328:167 (L)                — Immunologist accused of misconduct is allowed to relocate
      Kmietowicz) 328:1515 (N)                                       Young J                                                                 328:66 (N)
                                                                      — Am I my father’s keeper? 328:1375                                 Zisapel N, Insomnia (Books) 328:55 (R)
                                                                      — et al, Stable partnership and progression to AIDS or death in     Zollman CE, see Vickers AJ 328:744
                               X                                        HIV infected patients receiving highly active antiretroviral      Zuberi , Sarwar Jehan, Obituary (NA Jafarey) 328:840
                                                                        therapy: Swiss HIV cohort study 328:15 (P)                        Zuckerman J, Travel medicine BMJ Careers 328:s277 (26 June
Xiang YB, see Xu WH 328:1285                                         Young T, et al, Using industrial processes to improve patient care        2004)
Ximenes RAdeA, see Miranda-Filho DdeB 328:615                              328:162 (ED), 328:463 (L)                                      Zwahlen M, see Yazdanpanah Y 328:249




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