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Views & Reviews: From the Frontline
f3061 Stop protecting the NHS budget
Des Spence, general practitioner, Glasgow
f3186 Preventing admission of older people to hospital
Shaun D’Souza, specialist registrar, medicine for older people; Sunku Guptha, consultant physician, medicine for older people
f3204 Suicide among Falkland war veterans
J Holmes, medical student; N T Fear, reader in epidemiology; K Harrison, head of Defence Statistics (Health); J Sharpley, defence consultant adviser in psychiatry; S Wessely, chair of psychological medicine
Views & Reviews: Personal View
f3242 Admission to hospital could be considered a disease
Hugh McIntyre, consultant physician, Conquest Hospital, The Ridge, Hastings, East Sussex TN37 7RD, UK
Views & Reviews
f3254 The Kumbh Mela stampede: disaster preparedness must bridge jurisdictions
P Gregg Greenough, assistant professor of medicine, emergency medicine, Harvard Medical School; and fellow, FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard University
f3265 Healthcare in South Sudan is jeopardised by attacks on hospitals
f3273 Specialists hit back at psychologists who want to ditch biomedical diagnoses: Mental diagnostic labels defended
f3279 Twelve senior doctors back physician assisted suicide bill
f3280 Nicholson is unable to protect whistleblowers from legal action by foundation trusts, despite pledge to do so
f3281 Mental disorders common among US children, CDC says
f3283 Surgeon has 19 conditions placed on his practice
Observations: On the Contrary
f3293 Slip an extra locust on the barbie?
Tony Delamothe, deputy editor, BMJ
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