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Australian exam “shambles” forces registrars into resits

2018-02-21T06:41:12-08:00

Over 1000 registrars will have to retake their medical exams after an IT meltdown forced the Royal Australasian College of Physicians to abort its online test.It was the first time the college had...(image)



Misunderstanding the goals of animal research

2018-02-21T06:11:20-08:00

We welcome the application of rigorous standards to preclinical research, but the position expressed by Ritskes-Hoitinga and Wever misses the central value of most animal experimentation.1 Medical...(image)



The art of giving life

2018-02-21T04:56:22-08:00

bmj;360/feb21_8/k824/FAF1faDr Rosalind Aughwane/University College LondonMove over Warhol, Rosalind Aughwane is the new name in pop art, thanks to this set of highly colourised photographs.Aughwane’s...(image)



Neglected or abused children still receive little help, causing problems in adulthood

2018-02-21T04:16:03-08:00

Children who experience neglect, abuse, or other adverse childhood events often receive little support and have poorer mental and physical health later in life, MPs have been told.The serious long...(image)



Vaccine development might be handled more effectively in biotech companies than in academia

2018-02-21T04:01:09-08:00

Two Editorials in The BMJ comment on the implications of Cohen’s investigation into the handling of animal testing data and a clinical trial for the MVA85A tuberculosis vaccine. 123 Another aspect to...(image)



Outcomes of non-invasive diagnostic modalities for the detection of coronary artery disease: network meta-analysis of diagnostic randomised controlled trials

2018-02-21T03:26:07-08:00

AbstractObjectiveTo evaluate differences in downstream testing, coronary revascularisation, and clinical outcomes following non-invasive diagnostic modalities used to detect coronary artery...(image)