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14:56 EDT 17th July 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 962 from BMJ (Clinical research ed.)

Healthcare outcomes and quality in the NHS: how do we compare and how might the NHS improve?

CCG blocks GP at Hand's request to expand to Birmingham over safety concerns.

We should eat freshly cooked meals.

Communicating, consulting, and caring differently.

Start-up e-cigarette brand aims to "improve smokers' lives".

Managing blood pressure in older adults.

We must make clear that racism is unacceptable.

Time to design a "real health system".

NHS must work harder to retain clinical workforce, says NHS Confederation chief.

Scotland identifies public health priorities.

Measles outbreak hotspots are in US states where parents can opt out of vaccinations.

Harms of screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm outweigh benefits, says study.

Swiss doctors object to new suicide guidance.

Family behind OxyContin named in lawsuit for the first time.

Google tech company must spell out how it will make money from the NHS.

Helping patients choose wisely.

Visa cap: Reactions to government's announcement.

Overseas doctors must not be used just to fill rota gaps, says leading consultant.

Global health engagement with North Korea.

Assisted dying: Doctors could organise locally for law change while BMA refuses national poll, says US activist.

Over 600 general practices will be lost by 2020 without more funding, BMA warns.

Paternal use of antidepressants and offspring outcomes in Sweden: nationwide prospective cohort study.

To examine the association between paternal antidepressant use at conception and offspring preterm birth, malformations, autism spectrum disorder, and intellectual disability.

Antidepressant induced weight gain.

Digital clinical encounters.

Severe and predominantly active atopic eczema in adulthood and long term risk of cardiovascular disease: population based cohort study.

To investigate whether adults with atopic eczema are at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and whether the risk varies by atopic eczema severity and condition activity over time.


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