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Bring some cheer to your Monday with The BMJ's new word game, Clinicle. Move the horizontal word clues to spell the answer vertically, then share your times on social media with friends and colleagues using #bmjclinicle bmj.com/content/380/bmj.o296…
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"Targets for #airpollution in England [are] aiming to be double the current WHO min standard by 2040... a child born today would still be breathing dirty air [aged] 16...our stretched health service will [still] be impacted by poor air". @DrElaineMulcahy on the need for #ellaslaw
“Accepting polluted air is accepting thousands of children being admitted to hospital with asthma & lung infections, thousands of vulnerable people dying every year as a consequence of breathing unsafe air” @DrElaineMulcahy bmj.com/content/380/bmj.p224
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Wish your daily word games were just a little bit more clinical? The BMJ's Clinicle may be just the puzzle you were waiting for. Have a go at a different challenge every day at this link 👇 #bmjclinicle bmj.com/content/380/bmj.o296…
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"About a third of patients attending outpatient clinics have functional disorders, meaning that they do not have a physical cause that can be detected. These are patients whom medicine has failed more than almost any other group," writes @richard56 bmj.com/content/380/bmj.p221
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Screening for colorectal cancer is widespread in high income countries. Looking at new evidence, for most people, and societies, there are more important health concerns and more effective strategies to reduce mortality, writes @minnajohansson1 bmj.com/content/380/bmj.p200
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About a third of patients attending almost every outpatient clinic have functional disorders, meaning that they do not have a physical cause that can be detected with tests. These are patients whom medicine has failed more than almost any other group. bmj.com/content/380/bmj.p221
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“We are doing all we can” is very different from “we are doing all that you need”.
"When I treat a critically ill patient, what’s worse than having no treatments left to use is knowing that treatments are available but being unable to deliver them. For staff, the inability to deliver care takes a moral toll" @dr_mattmorgan bmj.com/content/380/bmj.p154
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Transforming our #FoodSystems can advance multiple solutions for #planetaryhealth ✅ The medical community can make a difference 🔑 Thank you @bmj_latest sharing our editorial 🙏🏻 @FoodSystems @UNEP @ph_alliance @KlimaGesundheit @ph_alliance @FOLUCoalition @w_leadersph
More people are facing hunger and food insecurity while food systems continue to damage the environment and undermine public health. They need fundamental change, say @nicoledepaula @stefanosfotiou bmj.com/content/380/bmj.p126
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With chronic shortages of both staff and beds undermining efficiency, how can surgical teams meet government targets to deliver 30% more elective activity by 2024-25 compared with pre-pandemic levels? bmj.com/content/380/bmj.o245…
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"We need high quality evidence to give clinicians the confidence to alter antibiotic protocols and switch from intravenous to oral treatment sooner or offer shorter courses of treatment altogether." bmj.com/content/380/bmj.p169
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"When I treat a critically ill patient, what’s worse than having no treatments left to use is knowing that treatments are available but being unable to deliver them. For staff, the inability to deliver care takes a moral toll" @dr_mattmorgan bmj.com/content/380/bmj.p154
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“It doesn’t make sense to have global health conferences discussing matters that affect African populations with no Africans to discuss them." With just 4% of global health conferences held in low income countries, @abdultsanni reports on calls for change bmj.com/content/380/bmj.p78
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Photopsia is a common presenting symptom in general practice and emergency departments, and can be caused by several ocular and systemic conditions. How should clinicians investigate and decide if specialist assessment is required? bmj.com/content/380/bmj-2021…
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An editorial by Sam Patel & others in the @bmj_latest on shared medication records. One of the best bits of working in #HospitalAtHome was that you had to get the “meds reconciliation” right, with all parties agreeing on what was to be taken. Link here: bmj.com/content/380/bmj.o306…
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