A variety of themes is covered and others will be added in due course.
Some of the pages utilise insertions which look as if they have been typed or copied onto white paper. The reason for this includes a partial solution to the "back arrow" probably not functioning when reading etexts identified on the "Using etexts" page.
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Where possible, articles and papers have been converted to accessible text which can be pasted elsewhere for personal use. if that gives rise to a publication, please observe the custom of naming the author and giving the name of the paper etc.
Articles and papers
To distinguish between articles and papers, the latter might be in the British Medical Journal which stems from the British Medical Association [BMA] http://www.bma.org.uk/ . On 17 December, 2010, the site said:
We are the independent trade union and professional association for doctors and medical students, with over 140,000 members worldwide.
The British Medical Journal [BMJ] publishes papers such as
By how much does dietary salt reduction lower blood pressure?
The Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lansley released the White Paper on health reform 'Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS' on 12 July 2010. We aim to be involved with all key stages on the process and will keep our members up to date with what we are doing.
This is a different paper all together and a BMA response was:
BMA briefing paper
Read our latest briefing paper 'Shaping change: BMA's position on the future development of the proposed NHS reforms', detailing our policy position on our key concerns for the profession. Read the latest BMA briefing paper
What's your view?
We want to hear what you have to say about the NHS reform White Paper. How do you think the changes will effect you? Let us know your thoughts
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