We live in a world that is getting smaller mainly because of global friendship, the Internet and the ease of travel. The British contribution to this should be a matter of pride fo[...]
Wikipedia defines social media as a means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks. In 1965 [...]
I recall participating many elective major procedures on Friday nights and Saturday mornings during my residency training, thinking to myself that not only should I be home, but th[...]
I was at an international cricket match, when during one of the very few lulls in the action I noticed a camera operator.  He was riding a Segway around the field in order to get c[...]
Type 1 mesh is used in vaginal surgery for pelvic organ prolapse repair, along with the mid-urethral tapes for stress incontinence surgery. Tapes for incontinence surgery are well-[...]
For as long as I have been operating independently, music has been an essential part of my operating theatre environment. If there is no music playing in the background, it is to m[...]
Although I enjoyed reading Jim Duthie’s Blog Post ‘Surgery Isn’t Normal’, I would argue that no profession, particularly those constituting a high degree of specialization, are nor[...]
Its happening and its happening fast. What the cardiothoracic surgeons in the UK have lived with for 8 years is coming to a specialty near you very soon. Individual urological surg[...]
Every week the Editor-in-Chief selects the Article of the Week from the current issue of BJUI. The abstract is reproduced below and you can click on the button to read the full art[...]
Robert Pickard and Luke Vale Governments of all nations struggle to work out how best to use the limited resources available for health care. One key area of uncertainty is long te[...]