British Medical Journal

Some articles on british medical journal, medical, journal:

Hypnotherapy - Research - Systematic Reviews - 1950s
... After two years of study and research, its final report was published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), under the title ‘Medical use of Hypnotism’ ... consider the uses of hypnotism, its relation to medical practice in the present day, the advisability of giving encouragement to research into its nature and application, and the lines upon which such research ... British Medical Journal, 1955) In addition to the treatment of psychiatric disabilities, there is a place for hypnotism in the production of anesthesia or analgesia for surgical and dental operations, and in ...
Julian Tudor Hart - Publications - Scientific Articles
... care and epidemiology continuous anticipatory care of whole populations in a state medical service ... Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London ... Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners ...
Ernest Abraham Hart
... Ernest Abraham Hart (26 June 1835 – 7 January 1898) was an English medical journalist ... His real life-work, however, was as a medical journalist, beginning with the Lancet in 1857 ... He was appointed editor of the British Medical Journal on 11 August 1866 ...
Insult - Medical
... sense may be better understood by an appreciation of how the term is used in a medical setting ... a popular idiom refers to "adding insult to injury", in a medical context, they are one and the same physicians examine injuries resulting from an insult to flesh and bones, caused by various traumatic events ...

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