The following is an article published in the current BMJ:
I would suggest that these hints matter today as much as any time in history:
As part of the 2019 Summer Meeting the British Association for Psychopharmacology has organised a ‘Trainees’ Workshop’ chaired by Professor Jeremy Hall and with the following five speakers: I have … Continue reading Trainees’ Workshop
This is the front and back cover of the current BMJ (1 June 2019) Generally speaking – industry adverts such as this are not recorded in Journal archives.
This was the lesson of the week as published in the BMJ, June 2002:
The Royal College of Psychiatrists Position Statement on antidepressants and depression was published on the 30th May 2019. The very same day, the President, Registrar and CEO of the Royal … Continue reading Position Statement: “FACTS”
References: Davies J, Moncrieff J, Kinderman P, et al; Council for Evidence-Based Psychiatry. Stigma and efficacy of taking antidepressants. Letter to the editor. Times 2018 Feb 23. Burns W. Pills for … Continue reading A letter in the BMJ
When I worked in Kampala I was fed by local families. They were ever so kind to me. Every day we eat matoke (green bananas) – it was delicious. This … Continue reading The matoke eaters
This is a letter from 1954 by Dr Alfred Letchner and published in the British Medical Journal
This letter to the BMJ from December 1963 interested me. I worked in Kampala, Uganda between 1989 and 1990 and experienced the green banana diet.
This paper was published in the British Medical Journal in 1954. It was one of the first papers published in Britain on Serotonin:
Many, if not all British newspapers have now been digitised for the British Newspaper Archive. Until relatively recently this had covered a period only up to the 1950s. However digitalisation … Continue reading BBC2: 7.30pm, Tuesday 18th July 1995