Compendium of rejected CMAJ manuscripts: 2009
- Junior Members Forum 1980. // British Medical Journal;11/17/1979, Vol. 2 Issue 6200, p1308
Focuses on the forum for junior members in the British Medical Association. Emphasis on doctor and patient relationship; List of speakers.
- Code of denial. Moyer, Tena // Discover;Oct99, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p95
Reports that doctors lack dispassionate language when talking to sick relatives. Death of the author's sister from breast cancer; Terms doctor use to describe cancer; Difficulties in breaking to her mother the news of the sister's cancer.
- Violence worse in primary care. // GP: General Practitioner;5/28/2010, p4
The article reports on a survey conducted by British Medical Association (BMA), Northern Ireland which found that primary care doctors found more problems of violence and abuse from patients than in secondary care doctor. It states that for solving this problem BMA calling relatives of patients....
- GMC advised to rethink personal belief advice. // GP: General Practitioner;10/5/2007, p65
The article reports that the British Medical Association (BMA) has urged the British General Medical Council to develop guidelines to protect both doctors and patients. The draft proposals in "Personal beliefs and medical practice" extend the right of doctors to opt out of procedures due to...
- Psoriasis and cancer. // British Medical Journal;4/7/1979, Vol. 1 Issue 6168, p941
Presents the annual report of the British Medical Association (BMA) for the year 1978-79 in Great Britain. Comments on the effort of the BMA to defend the interest of the physicians; Scope of activities of the BMA; Increase in the cost of services for the physicians.
- retirement. // Bloomsbury Business Library - Business & Management Dictionary;2007, p6410
A definition of the term retirement is presented. It refers to the voluntary or forced termination of employment because of age, illness, or disability.
- How to decipher doctor-speak. Lipman, Marvin M. // Consumer Reports on Health;Apr2014, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p11
The article discusses communication in the medical profession with a focus on improving physician and patient communication. The article notes that it is the patient's right to have an understanding of the diagnosis and prognosis. It also offers communication-related advice to patients such as...
- Towards a Clarification of Terminology in Medicine Taking Behavior: Compliance, Adherence and Concordance are Related Although Different Terms with Different Uses. De las Cuevas, Carlos // Current Clinical Pharmacology;May2011, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p74
Medical terminology is at continuous process of change since the language of medicine needs the rapid incorporation of new terms or changing the existing ones to be in touch with new ideas, concepts and practices. The evolution of the terms "compliance", "adherence" and "concordance" in the...
- BMA launches 'Your GP Cares' campaign. // Pulse;Jun2014, p15
The article reports on the Your GP Cares campaign by the British Medical Association (BMA) in which it is targeting patients in a major to highlight the pressure on general practitioners (GPs).