03 July 2004 (Vol 329, Issue 7456)

Editor's Choice

Think harm always

BMJ 2004;329:0.8 (Published 1 July 2004)

News

Editorials

The road to health care

BMJ 2004;329:1 (Published 1 July 2004)

Benefits and harms of drug treatments

BMJ 2004;329:2 (Published 1 July 2004)

New interventional procedures

BMJ 2004;329:3 (Published 1 July 2004)

Pharmacogenetics—expectations and reality

BMJ 2004;329:4 (Published 1 July 2004)

Collecting and sharing information about harms

BMJ 2004;329:6 (Published 1 July 2004)

Assessing the benefit-harm balance at the bedside

BMJ 2004;329:7 (Published 1 July 2004)

Letters

This week's Letters section

Open letter to Annette King, Minister of Health, New Zealand

BMJ 2004;329:51.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

Postmarketing surveillance is needed

BMJ 2004;329:51.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

Electronic incident reporting and professional monitoring transforms culture

BMJ 2004;329:51.3 (Published 1 July 2004)

North-south divide in social inequalities in Great Britain: Divide in social class inequalities may exist but is small

BMJ 2004;329:52.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

North-south divide in social inequalities in Great Britain: Self perceived health is affected by anxiety and self esteem

BMJ 2004;329:52.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

North-south divide in social inequalities in Great Britain: Health inequalities in Wirral: a living Black report?

BMJ 2004;329:52.3 (Published 1 July 2004)

North-south divide in social inequalities in Great Britain: Authors' reply

BMJ 2004;329:53.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

Fighting obesity: Physical activity has major role

BMJ 2004;329:53.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

Fighting obesity: Programme to fight obesity in primary care already exists

BMJ 2004;329:53.3 (Published 1 July 2004)

Fighting obesity: Clarification from World Health Organization

BMJ 2004;329:53.4 (Published 1 July 2004)

Childhood obesity and consumption of fizzy drinks: Diet is not that important in obesity

BMJ 2004;329:54.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

Childhood obesity and consumption of fizzy drinks: Play outside to reduce childhood obesity

BMJ 2004;329:54.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

Letters - continued

Obituaries

This week's Obituaries section

Egil Kristian Tynæs

BMJ 2004;329:55.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

Nora George (née Zaytoun)

BMJ 2004;329:56.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

Alan Proctor Grant

BMJ 2004;329:56.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

Frank Holmes

BMJ 2004;329:56.3 (Published 1 July 2004)

Terence Joseph Hypher

BMJ 2004;329:56.4 (Published 1 July 2004)

Cormac McNamara

BMJ 2004;329:56.5 (Published 1 July 2004)

Robert Kenneth Roddie

BMJ 2004;329:56.6 (Published 1 July 2004)

David Antony Charles Sharpe

BMJ 2004;329:56.7 (Published 1 July 2004)

This Week In the BMJ

Minerva

Minerva

BMJ 2004;329:60 (Published 1 July 2004)

Fillers

No long-term benefit shown for bones after HRT

BMJ 2004;329:0.7 (Published 1 July 2004)

Learning from the world

BMJ 2004;329:23 (Published 1 July 2004)

A museum of security

BMJ 2004;329:26 (Published 1 July 2004)

Balancing benefits and harms in health care

BMJ 2004;329:30 (Published 1 July 2004)

Webchat

BMJ 2004;329:40.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

Advice

BMJ 2004;329:55.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

Clinical Reviews

Balancing benefits and harms: the example of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

BMJ 2004;329:31 (Published 1 July 2004)

Antidepressants and suicide: what is the balance of benefit and harm

BMJ 2004;329:34 (Published 1 July 2004)

A 64 year old woman with knee pain: case outcome

BMJ 2004;329:38 (Published 1 July 2004)

Is evidence based patient choice feasible?

BMJ 2004;329:39.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

Decision aids in clinical practice

BMJ 2004;329:39.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

Patients' view

BMJ 2004;329:40.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

News roundup [abridged versions appear in the paper journal]

Opinions on public health are split along class lines

BMJ 2004;329:12.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

NHS takes makers of generic drugs to court for price fixing

BMJ 2004;329:12.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

News roundup [abridged versions appear in the paper journal] - continued

News extra [these stories appear only on the web]

Papers

Primary care

Education and debate

Reviews

This week's Reviews section

iWITNESS: A Retrospective Photographic Exhibition by Tom Stoddart

BMJ 2004;329:57 (Published 1 July 2004)

Internal Bleeding: The Truth Behind America's Terrifying Epidemic of Medical Mistakes

BMJ 2004;329:58.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

Doctors' Errors and Mistakes of Medicine: Must Health Care Deteriorate?

BMJ 2004;329:58.2 (Published 1 July 2004)

Balancing the benefits and harms of care

BMJ 2004;329:59.1 (Published 1 July 2004)

The good old days

BMJ 2004;329:59.2 (Published 1 July 2004)