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The low-cost operator's history of mishaps is no secret.
New Choosing Wisely message stresses the ‘absolute lack of evidence’ for benzodiazepine for back pain.
College board director claims he has evidence of possible serious misconduct.
We should heed her latest call, writes Paul Smith.
Dr Justin Coleman reflects on a tragic case that has reverberated around the world.
American doctor Suneel Dhand finds it's best to brush them off and get on with things.
Cutting through the hype.
Michael Woodhead presents his final Journal Talk column.
Medical education expert Dr Rebecca Stewart shares her top tips.
Firstly, clearly separate clinical from bureaucratic work, writes Dr Suneel Dhand .
Dr Bruce Campbell reflects.
Will the grim premonitions pan out?
If you want a lesson on how to communicate with patients clearly, succinctly and honestly – ask a child.
Dr Eric Levi has been doing some reflecting.
Every mama bear fibrr in my being was screaming at me that I shouldn't be there...
One would think a study covered by The New York Times would be both scientifically valid and important.
Paternalism in medicine is supposed to have ended, writes Dr Joe Kosterich.
It's not better than Panadol, the weight of scientific evidence suggests
As doctors, we must acknowledge that person-first language is not a new concept, writes Dr Liz Sturgiss. ...
This is the cornerstone of good healthcare, writes Dr Suneel Dhand
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