07 January 2006 (Vol 332, Issue 7532)

Editor's Choice

Doing things differently

BMJ 2006;332:0.7 (Published 5 January 2006)

News

Uncertainty still surrounds oseltamivir after 13 year old dies

BMJ 2006;332:5.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

Indian firm to produce oseltamivir for developing countries

BMJ 2006;332:5.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

In brief

BMJ 2006;332:6.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

Cancer organisation hits out at medical research funded by tobacco companies

BMJ 2006;332:6.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

Dutch launch campaign against drinking

BMJ 2006;332:6.3 (Published 5 January 2006)

Korean stem cell pioneer resigns

BMJ 2006;332:7.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

Swiss hospital lets terminally ill patients commit suicide in its beds

BMJ 2006;332:7.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

MPs ridicule proposed UK partial smoking ban

BMJ 2006;332:9.3 (Published 5 January 2006)

Rebuilding from the rubble

BMJ 2006;332:10.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

Editorials

The BMJ is evolving

BMJ 2006;332:1 (Published 5 January 2006)

Epilepsy and supplementary nurse prescribing

BMJ 2006;332:2 (Published 5 January 2006)

Fundoscopy: to dilate or not to dilate?

BMJ 2006;332:3 (Published 5 January 2006)

Magnet therapy

BMJ 2006;332:4 (Published 5 January 2006)

Research

Letters

The nursing profession's coming of age: The end of medicine as a profession

BMJ 2006;332:51.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: The death of nursing, the dumbing down of medicine

BMJ 2006;332:51.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: Contribution of “maxi” nurses is exaggerated

BMJ 2006;332:51.3 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: Plus ça change

BMJ 2006;332:51.4 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: My experience of nurse practitioners

BMJ 2006;332:51.5 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: Not as successful as it looks

BMJ 2006;332:51.6 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: Sign of the times

BMJ 2006;332:51.7 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: A difference in cultures

BMJ 2006;332:52.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: Separate but complementary

BMJ 2006;332:52.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: Doctors can use their skills to the maximum

BMJ 2006;332:52.3 (Published 5 January 2006)

The nursing profession's coming of age: A team effort required?

BMJ 2006;332:52.4 (Published 5 January 2006)

Rise and demise of the hospital: Managing hospital inpatient care

BMJ 2006;332:52.5 (Published 5 January 2006)

Letters - continued

Obituaries

Emin Kaya Alpar

BMJ 2006;332:55.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

Cecil Berl Collins

BMJ 2006;332:55.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

Morrell Henry Draper

BMJ 2006;332:55.3 (Published 5 January 2006)

Michael Hemming

BMJ 2006;332:55.4 (Published 5 January 2006)

Camilla Maria Magbadelo (née Rodrigues)

BMJ 2006;332:55.5 (Published 5 January 2006)

David John Dyson Perrins

BMJ 2006;332:56.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

Mary Millicent Rayner (née Dale)

BMJ 2006;332:56.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

Derek Conmar Robinson

BMJ 2006;332:56.3 (Published 5 January 2006)

Arun Kumar Sarkar

BMJ 2006;332:56.4 (Published 5 January 2006)

James Malcolm Latham Shearer

BMJ 2006;332:56.5 (Published 5 January 2006)

Dudley Staunton

BMJ 2006;332:56.6 (Published 5 January 2006)

Roy Cooke Tyldesley

BMJ 2006;332:56.7 (Published 5 January 2006)

Clinical Review

Practice

Minerva

Minerva

BMJ 2006;332:60 (Published 5 January 2006)

This Week In the BMJ

Role of gastro-oesophageal reflux treatment for chronic cough may be in doubt

BMJ 2006;332:0.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

Let practice nurses tell partners about chlamydia

BMJ 2006;332:0.4 (Published 5 January 2006)

Use of a dummy is associated with reduced risk of SIDS

BMJ 2006;332:0.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

Clarithromycin in stable coronary heart disease may increase mortality

BMJ 2006;332:0.3 (Published 5 January 2006)

What works for migraine

BMJ 2006;332:0.5 (Published 5 January 2006)

Short cuts

What's new in the other general journals

BMJ 2006;332:38 (Published 5 January 2006)

Filler

New drug for gout shows early promise

BMJ 2006;332:0.6 (Published 5 January 2006)

Filler - continued

A case of “proper” flu

BMJ 2006;332:37 (Published 5 January 2006)

Coping with change

BMJ 2006;332:40 (Published 5 January 2006)

Do-it-yourself cardioversion

BMJ 2006;332:50 (Published 5 January 2006)

News roundup

Lords recommend “passive immunisation” if bird flu reaches UK

BMJ 2006;332:8.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

Germany privatises university hospital

BMJ 2006;332:8.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

Cleared GP faces further investigation into more deaths

BMJ 2006;332:8.3 (Published 5 January 2006)

Cough medicines' effect is mainly placebo

BMJ 2006;332:8.4 (Published 5 January 2006)

Patients get four choices for NHS treatments

BMJ 2006;332:8.5 (Published 5 January 2006)

CDC recommends new tuberculosis blood test

BMJ 2006;332:9.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

UK policy to reduce skills drain from Africa is ineffective

BMJ 2006;332:9.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

News Extra

Non-NHS treatment centres are detrimental to local health services, finds BMA survey

BMJ 2006;332:10.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

Privately financed hospital faces £100m debt

BMJ 2006;332:10.3 (Published 5 January 2006)

US health improvements stagnate

BMJ 2006;332:10.4 (Published 5 January 2006)

Proton pump inhibitors match surgery in gastroesophageal reflux

BMJ 2006;332:10.5 (Published 5 January 2006)

English trusts fail to follow guidance on infection control

BMJ 2006;332:10.6 (Published 5 January 2006)

GP contract settlement under threat

BMJ 2006;332:10.7 (Published 5 January 2006)

Pakistan starts HIV treatment programme

BMJ 2006;332:10.8 (Published 5 January 2006)

Commentary

Analysis and Comment

A century of general practice

BMJ 2006;332:39 (Published 5 January 2006)

Good general practitioners will continue to be essential

BMJ 2006;332:41 (Published 5 January 2006)

The magic roundabout

BMJ 2006;332:43 (Published 5 January 2006)

Return of a system based on social values

BMJ 2006;332:44 (Published 5 January 2006)

General practice under pressure

BMJ 2006;332:46 (Published 5 January 2006)

Still striving for utopia

BMJ 2006;332:47 (Published 5 January 2006)

Improving NICE's social value judgments

BMJ 2006;332:48 (Published 5 January 2006)

Reviews

A History of Britain's Hospitals and the Background to the Medical, Nursing and Allied Professions

BMJ 2006;332:57 (Published 5 January 2006)

NETLINES

BMJ 2006;332:58.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

The doctor-patient relationship in reverse

BMJ 2006;332:58.2 (Published 5 January 2006)

Is it time to rethink mobile medical teams?

BMJ 2006;332:59.1 (Published 5 January 2006)

On reading Proust

BMJ 2006;332:59.2 (Published 5 January 2006)