On social media a picture of the personalised number plate of Professor Ian McKeith along with these words: “Just given a talk in Newcastle and Ian McKeith ran me back … Continue reading “The King of DLB research”
This is the last “No Holds Barred” column by Dr Margaret McCartney: Screening is only for people with no symptoms. If you have symptoms it’s not screening. Screening is often … Continue reading ‘No Holds Barred’
I do hope that Scotland’s Realistic Medicine campaign will consider all the points raised by Dr Louisa Polak in this letter to the BMJ:
This post is based on an Editorial published in the BMJ on 27 September 2017: Identifying frailty in primary care. The full article can be read here.