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.
The Royal Society of Medicine describes itself as “one of the country’s major providers of postgraduate medical education. Independent and apolitical, the Society provides a neutral platform for informed debate about … Continue reading The Royal Society of Medicine and sponsored medical education (an update)
The June 2017 Agenda of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Psychopharmacology Committee confirms that a discussion on ‘involuntary addiction to prescription medications’ was scheduled. My view is that such discussions … Continue reading Psychopharmacology Committee (Strategy Meeting)
A senior Scottish figure once gave me advice that it is very important to be perceived as “credible”. I was thinking about this advice recently when the convener of the … Continue reading Credible or incredible: experience is evidence
Sunday 23rd July 2017. “Dementia overload“: how the Scotland on Sunday titled their front cover My view is that there is no shortage of “awareness” of dementia in Scotland! The Editor … Continue reading ‘Dementia overload?’
I recently noted this request: Anybody who has read my writings on Hole Ousia will be aware that I have a dislike of the current mechanical language that would seem … Continue reading “Costometer”
I have found myself under relentless pressure from a local GP, Dr Neil Houston, to expand the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease to include people who do not meet established clinical criteria for dementia. I … Continue reading Dr Neil Houston