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Poor Britain.
TLDR
In the face of falling tax revenues and increasing the most recent survey of occupational mortality 62 of the social security claims the government has promised the 66 major causes of death among men were more common in biggest cuts in public spending this decade to hold down unskilled and partly skilled men.
Bethesda Statement on Open Access Publishing
TLDR
The purpose of this document is to stimulate discussion within the biomedical research community on how to proceed, as rapidly as possible, to the widely held goal of providing open access to the primary scientific literature.
Founding principles
  • T. Delamothe
  • Medicine, Geology
    BMJ : British Medical Journal
  • 29 May 2008
Inthe first in a series ofarticles marking the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the NHS, Tony Delamothe examines what drove its formation
Effect on peer review of telling reviewers that their signed reviews might be posted on the web: randomised controlled trial
TLDR
Although the possibility of posting reviews online was associated with a high refusal rate among potential peer reviewers and an increase in the amount of time taken to write a review, it is believed that the ethical arguments in favour of open peer review more than outweigh these disadvantages.
Casualties.
Of intended and unintended consequences
  • T. Delamothe
  • Economics
    BMJ : British Medical Journal
  • 27 October 2010
If you can judge a society by how well it treats its weakest members (the criterion variously credited to Aristotle, Churchill, Dostoevsky, Gandhi, and Pope John Paul II) how will Britain’s Big
Statistics today.
TLDR
Statistics today will lead you to love reading starting from now, because more books you read more knowledge you know, but it can mean also the bore is full.
The quality of health information on the internet
TLDR
This week's theme issue attempts to provide a framework for thinking about the quality of health information on the internet—a source of anxiety almost since its first appearance and with countries now seem poised to get in on the act.
Universality, equity, and quality of care
  • T. Delamothe
  • Political Science, Medicine
    BMJ : British Medical Journal
  • 5 June 2008
TLDR
Sixty years on, the NHS is still struggling to ensure equal access to the best care, and Tony Delamothe examines the difficulties facing the NHS in England.
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