Friday, 30 December 2011

Christmas: The other silly season

I hope you've all had a lovely Christmas/ Holiday period and I'd just thought I'd share a couple of corking papers in this month's British Journal of Medicine. Traditionally, the BMJ treats Christmas as a bit of a silly season when it comes to content and publishes papers which might be considered a bit frivolous at other times of the year. Anyway, these are my favourites from this year:

"Relevance of the expression “obs stable” in nursing observations: retrospective study"

"Orthopaedic surgeons: as strong as an ox and almost twice as clever? Multicentre prospective comparative study"

Both papers are freely available as PDFs for your consideration.

See you all in the new year!

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