“A gem of a book”

The current BMJ includes an obituary to Brice Pitt: emeritus professor of old age psychiatry who died in January of this year. He was clearly regarded highly by his colleagues … Continue reading “A gem of a book”

Inside Science

In today’s Scotsman, the Inside Science column is by Stephen Lawrie, Professor of Psychiatry at Edinburgh University. It can be read here . As a native of Edinburgh and a … Continue reading Inside Science

CHEMIST and DRUGGIST [heard the whisper?]

Featuring old front covers of this weekly journal. The film closes with out-takes from Corridors of Power by C P Snow. Music Credit: A cover of ‘No Surprises’ by Regina … Continue reading CHEMIST and DRUGGIST [heard the whisper?]

‘Exposing a transparency crisis’

This feature investigation by Paul Thacker is published in this week’s BMJ. The article is open-access and can be read here. Sunshine legislation would help address this issue. Baroness Cumberlege, … Continue reading ‘Exposing a transparency crisis’