BMJ


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AcronymDefinition
BMJBritish Medical Journal
BMJBundesministerium der Justiz (German: Federal Ministry of Justice)
BMJBundesministerium für Justiz (Vienna, Austria)
BMJBuilders Merchants Journal (online journal)
BMJBill Moyers Journal (TV series)
BMJBureau of Medicine and Surgery
BMJBonvin-Messerli-Jentsch SA (Swiss staffing company)
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Dr Fiona Godlee, BMJ editor in chief, said: "While our survey can't provide a true estimate of how much research misconduct there is in the UK, it does show that there is a substantial number of cases and that UK institutions are failing to investigate adequately, if at all.
Writing in the BMJ, they concluded: "Paucity of good data has undermined previous findings for oseltamivir's (Tamiflu's) prevention of complications from influenza.
Titles from BMJ will carry the imprints of both BMJ and Blackwell as part of the sale agreement.
As part of ScholarOne Manuscripts, Reviewer Locator enables BMJ and its publishing partners to quickly and easily identify the most appropriate peer reviewers through a complex search algorithm that identifies article level meta-data in Web of ScienceTM-the premier scientific search and discovery platform and the industry's authority in science, social science, and arts and humanities citation indexes-to find reviewers with established publication records.
Unfortunately the only real information I can nd seems to be hidden behind a pay-site of the BMJ - www.
Many of the allegations made by BMJ were reported months ago in the media and have been previously addressed in full by Boehringer Ingelheim.
As reported in BMJ, between 1980 and 1985, just under 90,000 women aged 40 to 59 were randomized to five years of annual mammography or no mammography.
Richard Smith, editor of the BMJ for 13 years, is said to have expressed the hope that his journal would resemble Cosmopolitan more closely than Brain.
The winner will receive a specially commissioned award from BMA Cymru Wales and a tailored medical education package from BMJ Learning.
A BMJ analysis of the GMC's six million-word transcript of Wakefield's case confirmed "extensive falsification in the Lancet paper".
At least 1 in 6 breast cancers detected by screening will be over-diagnosed and over-treated (BMJ 2006; 332; 689-692, BMJ 2009; 339: b1425, BMJ 2009; 339: b2587).
Pre-eclampsia and risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer in later life: systematic review and meta-analysis, BMJ, 2007, doi: 10.