28 doctors have killed themselves while under investigation in recent years
Elderly people twice as likely as middle aged to be given these drugs despite greater risk of side effects
It’s the most effective treatment for menopausal symptoms, particularly in young women, says review
Two year placebo controlled trial backs use of most commonly prescribed prostaglandin analogue
Strikes planned for end of Jan and late Feb; ambulance service also considering 48 hour stoppage
More waste for the NHS
Doctors should pay more attention to weight and less to blood pressure
A conference to keep cancer on the political agenda
Text messages remind people to take their tablets
Are home deliveries really the safest option for women and their babies?
Does early exposure to antibiotics influence the risk of asthma?
Deciding when to prescribe antipsychotics to patients with dementia
UK Government is missing the target
Mortality is doubled in people with type 1 diabetes, even when glycaemic control is good
The Alzira model has attracted considerable interest in England, both politically and from the service. But what is it and why has it found its way into the spotlight?
Honesty is still too often taken as criticism, rather than a call to action
Declaring the intent to do more
Pharmacists are perfectly placed to help relieve both the financial and GP recruitment crises, argues Graham Phillips
One of the key themes of the Five Year Forward View is to empower patients. To achieve this vision will require the NHS to ‘do more to support people to manage their own health'
Dr Joel Ratnasothy examines how population health data could help drive step-change towards integrated care
Amanda Bassett and Laurence Ansell examine how employee engagement and workforce intelligence systems can help NHS organisations satisfy divergent Quality and Cost objectives
Momentous changes to EU rules will finally unleash the NHS' clinical research potential, says Elisabetta Zanon
This article reviews the causes and categorisation of hypoglycaemia in diabetic and non-diabetic patients
NICE updates its guidance on mental health support in maternity care; green light given to dabigatran to treat...
The third part of a CME series that looks at secondary headaches
This article covers common benign breast conditions and summarises NICE guidance on their investigation and management
NICE wants better diabetes control in adults and children; SMC approves several drugs for Scotland; pregnant women urged...
A summary of how to best care for patients with learning difficulties
This course will cover an overview and management of the most common primary headaches. This is the second...
An updated article on the key areas of importance for infection control
NICE recommends GPs use point of care tests to assess need for antibiotics in respiratory infections and advises...
This is the first part of an updated course series looking at primary and secondary headaches, as well...
A summary of common antimalarial agents available and how to decide which one to prescribe
New drugs for hepatitis C; testosterone medicines cleared of heightened heart problem risk; and cervical screening uptake low...
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