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    September 2022
  1. HODKINSON A, Zhou A, Johnson J, Geraghty K, et al
    Associations of physician burnout with career engagement and quality of patient care: systematic review and meta-analysis.
    BMJ. 2022;378:e070442.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    August 2022
  2. MITCHELL DM, Lo YTE
    Downplaying the catastrophic health impact of heatwaves costs lives.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o1940.
    PubMed    


    July 2022
  3. MACKENZIE G
    Triage in general practice: the trick is working out whether telephone triage works for the condition.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o1857.
    PubMed    


  4. WISE J
    Hospitals ordered to take action to stop ambulances waiting longer than half an hour.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o1791.
    PubMed    


  5. MAHASE E
    Covid-19: High prevalence and lack of hospital beds putting "intense pressure" on ambulances.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o1763.
    PubMed    


  6. HOLGATE S
    Air pollution is a public health emergency.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o1664.
    PubMed    


  7. WATERS A
    Emergency care plan is "inadequate" on every level, say doctors.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o1668.
    PubMed    


    June 2022
  8. SUNKERSING J
    Triage in general practice: key hurdles to overcome.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1585.
    PubMed    


  9. WARD PW
    Triage in general practice: more impersonal, industrialised medicine.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1581.
    PubMed    


  10. TYMENS D
    Triage in general practice: design processes around the needs of patients, not systems.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1584.
    PubMed    


  11. MELNICK ER, Nath B, Dziura JD, Casey MF, et al
    User centered clinical decision support to implement initiation of buprenorphine for opioid use disorder in the emergency department: EMBED pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial.
    BMJ. 2022;377:e069271.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  12. SAUL H, Gursul D, Bion J
    Emergency care in hospitals is as good at the weekend as on weekdays.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1304.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2022
  13. GRIFFIN S
    Emergency care is in "dire" situation after loss of NHS beds, says royal college.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1376.
    PubMed    


  14. RODRIGUES D, Kreif N, Saravanakumar K, Delaney B, et al
    Formalising triage in general practice towards a more equitable, safe, and efficient allocation of resources.
    BMJ. 2022;377:e070757.
    PubMed    


  15. WISE J
    50 candidates in Royal College of Emergency Medicine exam incorrectly told they had passed.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1283.
    PubMed    


    April 2022
  16. WATTS IVC
    Emergency department attendance is an opportunity to help homeless people.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1057.
    PubMed    


  17. SHEPHERD A
    Africa's lifesaving medical drones fly into action.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1035.
    PubMed    


  18. NANA M, Hodson K, Lucas N, Camporota L, et al
    Diagnosis and management of covid-19 in pregnancy.
    BMJ. 2022;377:e069739.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  19. IACOBUCCI G
    Primary care led triage in emergency departments decreases waiting times, study finds.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1002.
    PubMed    


  20. MAHASE E
    Covid-19: Hospital and ambulance services struggle with huge demand and staff illness.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o950.
    PubMed    


    March 2022
  21. CLUVER L, Perks B, Rakotomalala S, Maalouf W, et al
    Ukraine's children: Use evidence to support child protection in emergencies.
    BMJ. 2022;376:o781.
    PubMed    


    February 2022
  22. KAMPF G
    Fact checkers should declare conflicts of interest.
    BMJ. 2022;376:o399.
    PubMed    


  23. CHAN DC, Danesh K, Costantini S, Card D, et al
    Mortality among US veterans after emergency visits to Veterans Affairs and other hospitals: retrospective cohort study.
    BMJ. 2022;376:e068099.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  24. RICHARDS T
    The gift of death.
    BMJ. 2022;376:o393.
    PubMed    


  25. MARTIN PM
    Calls from the NHS should not have the number withheld.
    BMJ. 2022;376:o332.
    PubMed    


    January 2022
  26. MAGNUSSON K, Skyrud KD, Suren P, Greve-Isdahl M, et al
    Healthcare use in 700 000 children and adolescents for six months after covid-19: before and after register based cohort study.
    BMJ. 2022;376:e066809.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  27. VIJAYAN T
    Raining in Los Angeles.
    BMJ. 2022;376:o113.
    PubMed    


  28. HENDERSON K
    Recognising how big a problem we currently have in the NHS is the beginning of trying to solve it.
    BMJ. 2022;376:o103.
    PubMed    


    December 2021
  29. GAHUNGU N, Trueick R, Coopes M, Gabbay E, et al
    Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.
    BMJ. 2021;375:e058568.
    PubMed    


  30. NIEDERKROTENTHALER T, Tran US, Gould M, Sinyor M, et al
    Association of Logic's hip hop song "1-800-273-8255" with Lifeline calls and suicides in the United States: interrupted time series analysis.
    BMJ. 2021;375:e067726.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  31. KRZYZANOWSKA MK, Julian JA, Gu CS, Powis M, et al
    Remote, proactive, telephone based management of toxicity in outpatients during adjuvant or neoadjuvant chemotherapy for early stage breast cancer: pragmatic, cluster randomised trial.
    BMJ. 2021;375:e066588.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    November 2021
  32. HOPSON C
    As we head into a tough winter, the NHS is under huge pressure.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2945.
    PubMed    


  33. EDGELL C
    Open access for human-and planetary-health.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2913.
    PubMed    


  34. SUN S, Weinberger KR, Nori-Sarma A, Spangler KR, et al
    Ambient heat and risks of emergency department visits among adults in the United States: time stratified case crossover study.
    BMJ. 2021;375:e065653.
    PubMed     Abstract available



  35. The world must act now to be prepared for future health emergencies.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2879.
    PubMed    


  36. HAM C
    How can we relieve current pressures on NHS hospitals?
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2815.
    PubMed    


  37. JONES B
    Climate emergency: what should one do in the face of a failure of government?
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2778.
    PubMed    


  38. THORNS A
    Proper investment in unscheduled community care would reduce unnecessary emergency department visits.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2642.
    PubMed    


  39. MACKENZIE GM
    A good 10 minutes of GP time can save hours in the emergency department.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2645.
    PubMed    


    October 2021
  40. BENGTSEN MB, Farkas DK, Borre M, Sorensen HT, et al
    Acute urinary retention and risk of cancer: population based Danish cohort study.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2305.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  41. GOODACRE S, Thomas B, Smyth M, Dickson JM, et al
    Should prehospital early warning scores be used to identify which patients need urgent treatment for sepsis?
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2432.
    PubMed    


  42. MCCARTHY M, Saini P, Nathan R, McIntyre J, et al
    Improve coding practices for patients in suicidal crisis.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2480.
    PubMed    


  43. SHOLZBERG M, Tang GH, Rahhal H, AlHamzah M, et al
    Effectiveness of therapeutic heparin versus prophylactic heparin on death, mechanical ventilation, or intensive care unit admission in moderately ill patients with covid-19 admitted to hospital: RAPID randomised clinical trial.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2400.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    September 2021
  44. GRAY AJ, Roobottom C, Smith JE, Goodacre S, et al
    Early computed tomography coronary angiography in patients with suspected acute coronary syndrome: randomised controlled trial.
    BMJ. 2021;374:n2106.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    June 2021
  45. MURRAY R
    The NHS needs a comprehensive plan for recovery.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n1555.
    PubMed    


  46. SIVARAJASINGAM V
    Total triage is the future for general practice.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n1532.
    PubMed    


  47. KNIGHTS FAE, Carter J, Deal A, Hargreaves S, et al
    Face-to-face GP consultations: avoiding digital exclusion of marginalised groups.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n1542.
    PubMed    


    April 2021
  48. SUNDAR S
    Misconceptions about CPR distress patients at the end of life and bereaved people.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n1060.
    PubMed    


  49. SHARMA A, Sharma A
    Discussion of DNACPR processes in medical education would improve practice.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n1045.
    PubMed    


    March 2021

  50. Update to living systematic review on drug treatments for covid-19.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n858.
    PubMed    


  51. ATTAWAY AH, Scheraga RG, Bhimraj A, Biehl M, et al
    Severe covid-19 pneumonia: pathogenesis and clinical management.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n436.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  52. RUBENS JH, Akindele NP, Tschudy MM, Sick-Samuels AC, et al
    Acute covid-19 and multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n385.
    PubMed    


    February 2021
  53. WARLOW CP
    Covid-19: What happened to randomised controlled trials?
    BMJ. 2021;372:n387.
    PubMed    


  54. PERRY JJ, Sivilotti MLA, Emond M, Stiell IG, et al
    Prospective validation of Canadian TIA Score and comparison with ABCD2 and ABCD2i for subsequent stroke risk after transient ischaemic attack: multicentre prospective cohort study.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n49.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    January 2021
  55. MCCREARY EK, Meyer NJ
    Covid-19 controversies: the tocilizumab chapter.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n244.
    PubMed    


  56. VEIGA VC, Prats JAGG, Farias DLC, Rosa RG, et al
    Effect of tocilizumab on clinical outcomes at 15 days in patients with severe or critical coronavirus disease 2019: randomised controlled trial.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n84.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  57. SOKOL D
    The NHS is not at risk of being overwhelmed-it already is.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n62.
    PubMed    


    October 2020
  58. MURPHY DC, Harvey A
    Sian Kerwin is an adult nurse.
    BMJ. 2020;371:m2064.
    PubMed    


  59. KIM F, Polin RA, Hooven TA
    Neonatal sepsis.
    BMJ. 2020;371:m3672.
    PubMed    


    August 2020
  60. SWANN OV, Holden KA, Turtle L, Pollock L, et al
    Clinical characteristics of children and young people admitted to hospital with covid-19 in United Kingdom: prospective multicentre observational cohort study.
    BMJ. 2020;370:m3249.
    PubMed     Abstract available


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