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Is transparency is fundamental to quality in health care?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
24.03.04
Knowledge access and sharing: An overview of access models
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Fiona Godlee,
Head of BMJ Knowledge
29.12.03
Evidence and scientific communication
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Fiona Godlee, Luisa Dillner
BMJ Knowledge
29.12.03
The future of biomedical publishing with a few extra thoughts
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
4.12.03
Is the relationship between the industry and prescribers (doctors) in trouble?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
5.11.03
Conflict of interest: my journey
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
27.10.03
Has there been any progress in exposing and dealing with editorial misconduct?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Andrew Herxheimer, Iain Chalmers & Doug Altman
Annual COPE Seminar 24 October 2003
27.10.03
Editorial misconduct: time to act
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
20.10.03
Research misconduct and biomedical journals
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
10.10.03
What information I would want as a patient (and what Iíd get in Britain)
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
06.10.03
Where are the limits of medicine: are we turning the whole world into patients?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
25.09.03
Knowledge management and information and communication technology
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Fiona Godlee
Editor, Clinical Evidence
25.09.03
An old fart attempts to impart wisdom to bright young things
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
22.09.03
Reporting on patient safety and medical errors
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
22.09.03
Trying to meet the information needs of doctors
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format][
In Georgian]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
25.07.03
Publication bias in clinical trials
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Kamran Abbasi
Deputy editor, BMJ
01.07.03
Is medicine corrupt?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
26.06.03
The evolution of peer review: e-developments
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Tony Delamothe
Web editor, BMJ
10.06.03
The role of journals in promoting prevention (beyond the publication of original research)
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
11.04.03
Conflict of interest: an editorís jaundiced view
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
7.03.03
Partnerships in paediatrics: renegotiating the contract
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
23.01.03
Communicating health information in low and middle income countries
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format][In Georgian]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
23.01.03
Impact of PubMed Central on bmj.com
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Monthly PubMed Central activity [xls]
Tony Delamothe
Web editor, BMJ
15.01.03
Too much medicine?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
13.01.03
Information Mastery: Evidence-Based Medicine in Everyday Practice
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
David C. Slawson, MD
Allen Shaughnessy, PharmD
26.11.02
The role of peer reviewed journals in providing information for doctors and patients
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
(In Chinese) 
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
21.10.02
Ethical issues in publishing research and ethics committees
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
10.10.02
The work of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics)
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Mike Farthing, editor,
GUT
Richard Horton, editor, Lancet
Richard Smith, editor,
BMJ
Alex Williamson, publishing director,
BMJ Publishing Group
07.10.02
Publication ethics: an embarrassing amount of room for improvement
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
27.09.02
If I were editor in chief of the Cochrane Collaboration what would I do to improve the quality of Cochrane reviews.
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
08.08.02
An introduction to the BMJ Publishing Group
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
22.07.02
The future for medical education: speculation and possible implications
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
15.07.02
Evidence based practice (not medicine):
perspectives of an editor
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
2.07.02
The pharmaceutical industry's influence on medical publishing
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Gavin Yamey
Assistant editor, BMJ
21.05.02
Who stands behind the word?
A journal editor's view of ghostwriting
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Gavin Yamey
Assistant editor, BMJ
21.05.02
Reflections of an editor on research and practice?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
10.05.02
The future of health care
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
3.05.02
How the BMJ triages submitted manuscripts
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
30.04.02
bmj.com:new initiatives
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Tony Delamothe
Web editor, BMJ
11.03.02
What future for medical journals?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
14.02.02
Globalisation of the empowered health care consumer
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
6.12.01
Informing health professionals, protecting patients
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
26.11.01
Ethics of Publishing: Balancing the routine and revolutionary
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Peter A. Singer
University of Toronto
02.11.01
Why I published "the albumin paper": confession of a buccaneering editor
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ 
02.11.01
Universities and Mammon: an editor's reflections
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ 
02.11.01
Conflict of interest: journals, guidelines, and specialist societies
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
26.10.01
The Tavistock Principles for everybody in health care
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
08.10.01
Beyond evidence based practice
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
05.10.01
Reducing medical error and increasing patient safety
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
05.10.01
Muckraking is an honorable trade
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
05.10.01
The unhappiness of doctors: policy implications
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
05.10.01
How editors like their papers
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Marcus Mullner
Associate editor, BMJ
10.09.01
Fraud in medical research
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
07.09.01
The future of medical journals
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
19.07.01
Doctors and leadership: oil and water?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
02.07.01
Does your journal have any influence?
[html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
29.06.01
The role of the general practitioner in tomorrow's world [html] [ppt] [Supercourse format] Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
29.05.01
The inside view on writing for medical
journals [html] [ppt] [Supercourse format]
Richard Smith
Editor, BMJ
21.05.01