BMJ


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BMJ

abbreviation for
(Medicine) British Medical Journal
Translations

BMJ

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sid=dc43cb31-06f4-440b-8895-5087d9fe74ca) the BMJ report , he had been prescribed medication to prevent another stroke and was also given instructions to monitor the feeling in his left side.
I developed a learning session to raise clinicians' awareness of BMJ Case Reports and to use its specific features to update and reinforce knowledge about medical publishing.
The BMJ also released an interactive graphic in conjunction with the findings, which is online at www.
He said he told the BMJ about the error last December but it wasn't corrected for months.
Our extensive knowledge and experience working with governments around the world, including the UK's National Health Service and the Ministry of Health in Brazil, make BMJ the perfect partner to drive the development of high quality, evidence-based health care in Saudi Arabia.
Kieran Walsh, BMJ Learning, BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JR; kmwalsh@bmjgroup.
In 2009 the BMJ started its first 'open data campaign'.
A BMJ online commentary about the Ramsden study states: "UK dietary recommendations are cautious about high intakes of omega 6 PUFAs, but some other health authorities, including the American Heart Association, have recently repeated advice to maintain, and even to increase, intake of omega 6 PUFAs.
Education and debate Guidelines for authors and peer reviewers of economic submissions to the BMJ BMJ 1996; 313 doi: 10.
Fiona Godlee, BMJ editor-in-chief, writes: "A change in the law, with all the necessary safeguards, is an almost inevitable consequence of the societal move towards greater individual autonomy and choice"
Dr Fiona Godlee, BMJ editor in chief, said: "While our survey can't provide a true estimate of how much research misconduct there is in the UK, it does show that there is a substantial number of cases and that UK institutions are failing to investigate adequately, if at all.
It is being hosted by the BMJ and the Committee on Publication Ethics (Cope).