Category Archives: Journals

The future of publishing medical journals: 90th Anniversary symposium for the Postgraduate Medical Journal

The Postgraduate Medical Journal was launched in 1925 in the era of the discovery of insulin and penicillin, pioneering examples of development and introduction of life-saving and life-changing medicines during the latter three-quarters of the 20th Century. A Symposium was

The future of publishing medical journals: 90th Anniversary symposium for the Postgraduate Medical Journal

The Postgraduate Medical Journal was launched in 1925 in the era of the discovery of insulin and penicillin, pioneering examples of development and introduction of life-saving and life-changing medicines during the latter three-quarters of the 20th Century. A Symposium was

Diabetes – from the 1920s to new advances: 90th Anniversary symposium for the Postgraduate Medical Journal

Personalised medicine has evolved from the ethics of the Hammurabi Code and Hippocrates, judgements of the apothecary and uromancer, and good bedside manner, to modern application of genetics to guiding development, selection and monitoring of medicines. The Postgraduate Medical Journal

Diabetes – from the 1920s to new advances: 90th Anniversary symposium for the Postgraduate Medical Journal

Personalised medicine has evolved from the ethics of the Hammurabi Code and Hippocrates, judgements of the apothecary and uromancer, and good bedside manner, to modern application of genetics to guiding development, selection and monitoring of medicines. The Postgraduate Medical Journal

From the new bedside teaching to genetics to guide prescribing: 90th Anniversary of the Postgraduate Medical Journal

Personalised medicine has evolved from the ethics of the Hammurabi Code and Hippocrates, judgements of the apothecary and uromancer, and good bedside manner, to modern application of genetics to guiding development, selection and monitoring of medicines. The Postgraduate Medical Journal

From the new bedside teaching to genetics to guide prescribing: 90th Anniversary of the Postgraduate Medical Journal

Personalised medicine has evolved from the ethics of the Hammurabi Code and Hippocrates, judgements of the apothecary and uromancer, and good bedside manner, to modern application of genetics to guiding development, selection and monitoring of medicines. The Postgraduate Medical Journal

TB of the lung: from the 1920s to current treatment

In 1923, in England and Wales over 32,000 people died of tuberculosis of the lung and over 8,000 people from tuberculosis affecting other parts of the body [image of tuberculosis bacilli: Sanofi Pasteur. Used under Creative Commons]. To understand the

TB of the lung: from the 1920s to current treatment

In 1923, in England and Wales over 32,000 people died of tuberculosis of the lung and over 8,000 people from tuberculosis affecting other parts of the body [image of tuberculosis bacilli: Sanofi Pasteur. Used under Creative Commons]. To understand the

From public health to drug discovery: 90 years of the Postgraduate Medical Journal

A Symposium was organised by the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine to mark the 90th Anniversary of its first official journal, the Postgraduate Medical Journal. The Symposium was held at the Medical Society of London on 1st October 2015. Speakers on

From public health to drug discovery: 90 years of the Postgraduate Medical Journal

A Symposium was organised by the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine to mark the 90th Anniversary of its first official journal, the Postgraduate Medical Journal. The Symposium was held at the Medical Society of London on 1st October 2015. Speakers on

Public health in the workplace

The workplace provides a key opportunity to promote public health for employees, and through them, the wider community. Professor Dame Carol Black spoke on this theme at the Symposium  organised by the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine in London on 1st

Public health in the workplace

The workplace provides a key opportunity to promote public health for employees, and through them, the wider community. Professor Dame Carol Black spoke on this theme at the Symposium  organised by the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine in London on 1st

90th Anniversary Symposium for the Postgraduate Medical Journal

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine organised a Symposium in London on 1st October 2015 to mark the 90th Anniversary of its first official journal, the Postgraduate Medical Journal. Speakers on the day  commented on what medicine was like in the

90th Anniversary Symposium for the Postgraduate Medical Journal

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine organised a Symposium in London on 1st October 2015 to mark the 90th Anniversary of its first official journal, the Postgraduate Medical Journal. Speakers on the day  commented on what medicine was like in the