BMJ


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BMJ

abbreviation for
(Medicine) British Medical Journal
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BMJ

[ˌbiːɛmˈdʒeɪ] n abbr (=British Medical Journal)B-movie [ˈbiːmuːvɪ] nfilm m de série B
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Earlier this month, health experts writing in the BMJ online warned that excluding data from clinical trials could endanger patients.
She added: "The BMJ has been told of junior academics being advised to keep concerns to themselves to protect their careers, being bullied into not publishing their findings or having their contracts terminated when they spoke out.
The second report, a joint investigation by the BMJ and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism based in London, criticized the 2004 guidelines the WHO developed based in part on the advice of three experts, who received consulting fees from the two leading manufacturers of antiviral drugs used against the virus, Roche and GlaxoSmithKline.
The BMJ research has questioned the validity of research from Roche, the pharmaceutical giant that makes Tamiflu.
Dr Fiona Godlee, BMJ editor, said: "Any of these milestones would make a deserving winner
The author said he "must confess that it took me almost a quarter of a century editing for the BMJ to wake up to what was happening.
BMJ Publishing Group president Richard Smith said the decision to sell "has not been easy to make, but it is no longer feasible for us to continue an extensive book publishing business .
A professor of nursing and the head of the Mary Seacole Centre for Nursing Practice, based at the Thames Valley University in London, Elizabeth Anionwu, disagreed with Mehan and congratulated the BMJ for publishing the obituary.
Incidentally, if you are getting ever so weary of evidence-based this and evidence-based that, I recommend that you surf over to the December 2002 issue of the BMJ (http://bmj.
A series of articles on this subject also was published in the March 9, 2002, issue of BMJ (2-10) The position of Jones and Thomasson puts the entire foundation of medicine at risk.
Their study, detailed in the same issue of BMJ, suggests that an active sex life may protect a man's health.
Doshi is an assistant professor of pharmaceutical health services research at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and an associate editor at BMJ.