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Why neglect of STIs and infertility could be undermining family planning programmes

  In a new blog comissioned for BMJ, DEPTH team member Professor Cicely Marston and Dr Suzanna Francis argue that neglect of STIs and infertility undermines family planning programmes worldwide. Why do people still not use effective contraceptive methods? One … Continue reading

25% discount on APC in BMJ Journals

Some rights reserved by cheeseslave http://www.flickr.com/photos/ammichaels/10610007865/sizes/l/in/photostream/ All staff and students who publish in a BMJ journal and wish to make their article immediately ‘Open Access’ now qualify for a 25% discount on the fee. This discount will be applied after … Continue reading

NEWS: BMJ investigation into the drinks industry access to Government

Under the influence: In an investigation for the British Medical Journal, Jonathan Gornall discovers that the government consultation into introducing a minimum unit price for alcohol in England and Wales was a sham and that politicians ignored the strong health evidence in favour … Continue reading