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Mayor S. Report calls for action to improve careers in academic medicine. BMJ 2005;330:8. http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/full/330/7481/8

Wilkinson D, Ward RL. International Campaign to Revitalise Academic Medicine (ICRAM): what does it mean for Australia? Med J Aust. 2004 Dec 6;181(11/12):658-659. http://www.mja.com.au/public/issues/181_11_061204/wil10557_fm.html

Underwood TJ. Academic medicine: what’s in it for me? Student BMJ 2004;12:350. http://www.studentbmj.com/issues/1004/editorials/350.html

Kmietowicz Z. Campaign for academic medicine calls for radical thinking. Student BMJ 2004. http://www.studentbmj.com/issues/0704/news/270a.html

Tugwell P. Campaign to revitalise academic medicine kicks off. BMJ 2004 328:597. [Full text] ]

Jocalyn Clark. Polishing the tarnished image of academic medicine. BMJ 2004 328: 604. [Full text]

Peter Tugwell. The campaign to revitalise academic medicine kicks off. Lancet 2004 363: 836. [PDF]

Jocalyn Clark. Academic medicine: time for reinvention: Summary of responses. BMJ, 2004 328: 49. [Full Text]

Academic medicine: resuscitation in progress. Can. Med. Assoc. J. Feb 2004; 170: 309. [Full Text]

Zulfiqar Bhutta. Practising just medicine in an unjust world. BMJ 2003 327: 1000-1001. [Full text]

Paul M Stewart. Improving clinical research. BMJ 2003 327: 999-1000. [Full text]

Iain Chalmers, Cath Rounding, and Kate Lock. Descriptive survey of non-commercial randomised controlled trials in the United Kingdom, 1980-2002. BMJ 2003 327: 1017-0. [Full text]

John Bell. Resuscitating clinical research in the United Kingdom. BMJ 2003 327: 1041-1043. [Full text]

Jocalyn Clark and Richard Smith. BMJ Publishing Group to launch an international campaign to promote academic medicine. BMJ 2003 327: 1001-1002. [Full text]